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References

Adams’ Minutes of the Trial: New Hampshire Court Maritime, Portsmouth, 16 December 1777 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:378]

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:32]

Anonymous Summary of Crown Evidence: 24–25 October 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:55]

To William Tudor, 29 June 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:105]

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– Asgill case and [3 references]

– Board of War's efforts to provide permanent body of troops for [1 reference]

– British sack Mt. Vernon [2 references]

– Caughnawagas visit headquarters of in Cambridge [1 reference]

– Congress appoints committee to confer with [1 reference]

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– Dana sent unidentified miniature of [8 references]

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– David Humphreys encourages to write history of Revolution [2 references]

– Houdon's statue of [1 reference]

– JA admires “his Wisdom, his Policy, and his Patriotism” [1 reference]

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– account of victories sent to JA [1 reference]

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– and evacuation of Boston [1 reference]

– and exchange of prisoners [3 references]

– and fort at Stony Point, N.Y. [2 references]

– and intercepted letter from Benjamin Harrison [4 references]

– and ladies’ campaign to clothe troops [1 reference]

– and loss of Fort Washington [2 references]

– and mutiny of Penn. Line [1 reference]

– and operations against N.Y. [7 references]

– and proposal of American peerage [1 reference]

– and relations with congress [8 references]

– and reorganization of army [2 references]

– and riflemen [3 references]

– and sectional differences [3 references]

– and successful N.J. campaign [1 reference]

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– army reinforced [1 reference]

– arrives to defend Phila. [2 references]

– as Amer. genius [1 reference]

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– asks full complement of Mass. militia [1 reference]

– at Germantown, Penn. [1 reference]

– at Morristown, N.J. [3 references]

– attempts to increase enlistments [2 references]

– authorized to exchange Burgoyne [1 reference]

– authorizes medals for soldiers [1 reference]

– avoids Schuyler-Gates disputes [2 references]

– called by JA “Our Fabius” [2 references]

– calls up militia [2 references]

– capability of forces for attack on N.Y. [2 references]

– characterized [5 references]

– charges C. Lee with disobeying orders at Monmouth [1 reference]

– circular letter to the New England states [1 reference]

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– conference on war in Canada [1 reference]

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– correspondence with Lafayette [1 reference]

– correspondence with Lord Howe [2 references]

– declines to appoint Schuyler's successor [1 reference]

– departure for army before Boston [3 references]

– design of medal for [1 reference]

– directs Estaing to R.I. [1 reference]

– elected commander in chief [1 reference]

– elected commander in chief of Continental Army [3 references]

– elected to Amer. Phil. Soc. [1 reference]

– elected to Amer. Philosophical Soc. [1 reference]

– encourages Hessians to desert [1 reference]

– enters Boston after British evacuation [1 reference]

– exchange of Laurens and Cornwallis and [2 references]

– false quotation from, in Affaires [2 references]

– favors new Articles of War [1 reference]

– first contact with JA [1 reference]

– fortifies Fort Hill [1 reference]

– frame for portrait of [1 reference]

– generalship of, evaluated [12 references]

– goes to Mass. [6 references]

– hampered by poor communications in N.J. [1 reference]

– headquarters in Cambridge [2 references]

– his papers inspected by William Gordon [1 reference]

– honored by medal and thanks of Congress after evacuation of Boston [3 references]

– in British cartoon [2 references]

– in satirical piece on Carlisle Commission’s Manifesto in Affaires [1 reference]

– inoculates his troops [1 reference]

– instructed to build naval armament to intercept British ships [1 reference]

– learns of Battle of Bunker Hill [1 reference]

– letter of farewell and resignation from army [4 references]

– letter on confinement of Archibald Campbell [1 reference]

– letter to the congress [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1776) [1 reference]

– letters to Continental Congress [17 references]

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– medal proposed for his victory at Boston [1 reference]

– mentioned [120 references]

– naval activities of [9 references]

– not above congress’ scrutiny as commander in chief [1 reference]

– number of troops commanded by [1 reference]

– occupies John Vassall house in Cambridge [1 reference]

– officers make recommendations to [2 references]

– on Ethan Allen [1 reference]

– on Southern campaign [3 references]

– on military situation in U.S. [1 reference]

– on pay, bounties, and promotion policy [4 references]

– on revision of Articles of War [1 reference]

– opposes Burgoyne's embarking from R.I. [1 reference]

– opposes idea of brigade chaplains [1 reference]

– ordered to convene inquiry into Gates' conduct [1 reference]

– orders new fortifications for Boston [1 reference]

– orders troops to Boston [1 reference]

– personality and character [3 references]

– plan for exchanging prisoners [1 reference]

– plot against life of [2 references]

– portrait by Peale [1 reference]

– portrait by Trumbull (1780) [1 reference]

– portrait, “De Neufville Washington” [1 reference]

– position taken on loyalists in Articles of Capitulation [1 reference]

– possible letter from JA to [1 reference]

– powers delegated to [8 references]

– promises to furnish Gordon with historical materials [1 reference]

– pronunciation of his name in France [2 references]

– proposed delegation of dictatorial powers to [2 references]

– reacts to Howe pardons [2 references]

– recommendations and appointments [14 references]

– recommends deportation of A. Morris [1 reference]

– recommends promotion of John Thomas [1 reference]

– referred to as French Lt. Gen. [1 reference]

– refuses incorrectly addressed letter from Adm. Howe [2 references]

– refuses letter from Lord Howe [3 references]

– relations with Mass. [8 references]

– reprimands Arnold [1 reference]

– retirement from Presidency [1 reference]

– retreat to Harlem Heights [1 reference]

– returns to New York [1 reference]

– rumored clash with Clinton [1 reference]

– rumored dictatorial powers of [1 reference]

– rumored dispute of, with congress [1 reference]

– slaves held by [1 reference]

– story of speech by [1 reference]

– success despite army’s weakness [1 reference]

– unidentified letter to [1 reference]

– unidentified portrait of [4 references]

– victories in N.J. [1 reference]

– views on foreign officers [1 reference]

– visited by Catharine Macaulay [1 reference]

– with army in Virginia [1 reference]

– “Farewell Address” [2 references]

– “is getting into the Humour of fighting” [1 reference]

See Also

See also Continental Army

See also Continental Army

See also Marshall, John