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References

From Edmund Jenings, 21 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:203]

To Benjamin Franklin, 16 April 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:413]+

From William Gordon, 7 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:451]

From Isaac Smith Sr., 9 October 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:521]

Subentries

– AA discusses effects of, on moods [1 reference]

– AA on U.S. [1 reference]

– European and American compared [4 references]

– London [2 references]

– U.S. summer (1785) [6 references]

– West Indian hurricane [3 references]

– affects church attendance [2 references]

– after AA sailed for Europe [2 references]

– at Bath [1 reference]

– beneficial change from Amsterdam to Paris [1 reference]

– cold [8 references]

– cool summer [1 reference]

– dark day of 1780 [2 references]

– drought [1 reference]

– drought in France and England (1785) [4 references]

– drought in Massachusetts (1784, 1785) [2 references]

– effect of on travel [7 references]

– floods (1785) [1 reference]

– fog [2 references]

– forces closing of Harvard [3 references]

– ice [1 reference]

– in Brussels [1 reference]

– in English Channel [2 references]

– influences health [1 reference]

– mentioned [5 references]

– northern lights [2 references]

– observations and records [4 references]

– on JQA's sea voyage [1 reference]

– prolonged rain in Europe (1782-1783) [2 references]

– rain [2 references]

– rain in Berlin (1785) [1 reference]

– severe fall, winter, and spring storms in Massachusetts (1783-1784) [6 references]

– severe winter in Massachusetts (1784-1785) [4 references]

– snow storms in France [2 references]

– snowstorms [18 references]

– spring in England (1785) [1 reference]

– storms in Mass. compared to Britain's [1 reference]

– summer at Paris and Versailles (1783) [2 references]

– violent thunderstorm [1 reference]

– warm [4 references]

– winter and spring at Auteuil (1785) [3 references]