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References

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 19 June 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:178]

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 24 August 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:231]+

Elizabeth Otis Brown to Abigail Adams, 11 August 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:318]+

Abigail Adams to Abigail Adams Smith, 23 August 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:325]+

Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 12 September 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:335]

Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 12 September 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:339]+

Abigail Adams to Cotton Tufts, 10 October 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:361]

14th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 2:289]+

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– 1787 revolt against [1 reference]

– Battle of the Saints' effect on [1 reference]

– Duke of Brunswick and [1 reference]

– Dutch-Amer. treaty negotiations slowed by influence of [1 reference]

– Franco-Dutch naval operations and [2 references]

– Frederick II’s influence on [1 reference]

– German estates of [1 reference]

– Holland sends delegation to meet with about naval operations [2 references]

– JA asks to send minister to U.S. [1 reference]

– JA attends Prince’s Review at The Hague [1 reference]

– JA confers with La Vauguyon about 19 April memorial to [3 references]

– JA criticizes [1 reference]

– JA dines with diplomatic corps at court of [5 references]

– JA takes leave of [2 references]

– JA's audiences with [4 references]

– JA’s 19 April memorial to [4 references]

– JA’s address to and audience with [5 references]

– JA’s efforts to present 19 April 1781 memorial to [3 references]

– JA’s letter of credence to [10 references]

– accepts recognition of Amer. independence [1 reference]

– allegedly favors Britain [1 reference]

– and British seizure of Dutch convoy [3 references]

– and Duke of Brunswick [1 reference]

– and Fagel [1 reference]

– and JA’s 8 March memorial [3 references]

– and JA’s ability to raise a Dutch loan [1 reference]

– and Laurens' captured papers [4 references]

– and Van Bleiswyck [1 reference]

– and accession to armed neutrality [6 references]

– and augmentation of army and navy [1 reference]

– and calls for Brunswick’s dismissal [6 references]

– and contending Dutch political factions [1 reference]

– and controversy over Dutch fleet [3 references]

– and convoys for Dutch ships carrying naval stores [3 references]

– and efforts to raise Dutch loan [5 references]

– and factional divisions in Netherlands [1 reference]

– and incitement of Dutch mobs [1 reference]

– and protests of British seizures of Dutch ships [5 references]

– and recognition of U.S. [3 references]

– and removal of Brunswick [4 references]

– and seizure of van Bylandt convoy [1 reference]

– appointment of minister and consuls to U.S. and [2 references]

– approves seeking French aid in defending possessions [1 reference]

– as Admiral General [1 reference]

– as supporter of liberty [1 reference]

– attitude toward JA [3 references]

– attitude toward U.S. compared to George III's [1 reference]

– bad morals and false politics at court of [1 reference]

– birthday of [1 reference]

– bypassed in the making of Franco-American treaty terms known [4 references]

– code name [1 reference]

– command and control of Dutch naval operations and [2 references]

– compared to Solomon [1 reference]

– conflict between grand pensionary of Holland and [1 reference]

– declarations regarding Battle of the Dogger Bank [1 reference]

– denounces Lee-Neufville treaty [2 references]

– differences with Amsterdam [2 references]

– favors deployment of Scots' brigade to America [1 reference]

– favors increase in army [4 references]

– fears that he wants to be a sovereign [1 reference]

– influence of [2 references]

– lays H. Laurens’ captured papers before States General [2 references]

– marriage of [1 reference]

– mentioned [18 references]

– merchants petition [1 reference]

– mismanagement of Dutch affairs by [1 reference]

– nephew of George III [1 reference]

– notified of ratification of Arts. of Confederation [3 references]

– on Amsterdam and Capellen tot den Pol as anti-Orangist [2 references]

– on cost of intelligence [1 reference]

– opposes Dutch recognition of U.S. [1 reference]

– policies of hinder peace negotiations [1 reference]

– portrait of [2 references]

– powers as Stadholder [1 reference]

– powers of [1 reference]

– predicts U.S. will supplant Dutch in trade [1 reference]

– presentation of letter of credence to [1 reference]

– pro-British policy of [4 references]

– proposes States General investigate Dutch unpreparedness [1 reference]

– proposes establishing marine corps [1 reference]

– receives JA [2 references]

– relations with Duke of Brunswick [2 references]

– reported arrangement with George III [3 references]

– reportedly anti-American [5 references]

– residence of [1 reference]

– reviews troops and warships [1 reference]

– rumored appointments of ministers to U.S. by [1 reference]

– seeks to augment army [1 reference]

– slandered [1 reference]

– strong influence in Zeeland [1 reference]

– supports augmentation of army and navy [2 references]

– tenure of [1 reference]

– unpopularity of [1 reference]

– “magnifique Fête” held for Russian royalty [3 references]

See Also

See also Netherlands