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C., Mr. (Paris banker) [1 reference]

CA [See redirect]

CFA [See redirect]

CFA2 [See redirect]

Cabaret (Paris stationer) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Cabarrus Jeune, B. de (Bordeaux merchant) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Cabarrus, Père & fils (Bayonne merchants) [3 references]

Cabinetmakers [2 references]

Cable, Joseph, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Cabot (Continental brig) [4 references]

Cabot family, of Beverly, Mass. [2 references]

Cabot (Cobet, Corbet), Andrew and brothers, shipowners of Beverly, Mass. [6 references]

Cabot, Andrew (shipowner of Beverly, Mass.) [4 references]

Cabot, Edward Clark, designs Stone Library for CFA [1 reference]

Cabot, Elizabeth (wife of Josiah) [1 reference]

Cabot, Maj. and Mrs. Francis [1 reference]

Cabot, John [4 references]

Cabot, Joseph (H.C. 1788) [6 references]

Cabot (Cabbitt), Josiah, in No. 10 [3 references]

Cabot, Lewes (Lewis) [1 reference]

Cabot, Mr. [1 reference]

Cabot, Mr. [1 reference]

Cabot, Sancto (Sautius) [1 reference]

Cabot, Sebastian [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cacabelos, Spain [2 references]

Cadell, Thomas [1 reference]

Cádiz, Spain [26 references + 12 subentries]

Cadleigh, England [1 reference]

Cadwalader, Brig. Gen. John [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Cadwalader, Mary [See redirect]

Cadwalader, Mr. (of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Cadwalader, Thomas [1 reference]

Caesar, Julius [37 references + 3 subentries]

Caesar (French privateer) [3 references]

Caesar (dog) [1 reference]

Caesar v. Greenleaf, No. 42 [4 references]

Caesar v. Taylor, No. 41 [7 references]

Caesar's wife, witness, No. 41 [3 references]

Caesar, defendant, No. 41 [2 references]

Caesar, plaintiff in Watson v. Caesar [1 reference]

Caesar, “a molatto man” (Caesar Hendrick), defendant, No. 42 [1 reference]

Caille, Stephen d'Audibert [1 subentry]

Calais (servant) [2 references]

Calais, France [22 references + 4 subentries]

Calbiac, Baron de [2 references]

Calchas [2 references]

Calcutta, India [1 reference]

Caldwel, Ann, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Caldwell, Capt. (of Rose) [2 references]

Caldwell, Hannah Ogden (wife of James) [2 references]

Caldwell, Rev. James (chaplain) [3 references]

Caldwell, James, victim, Boston Massacre [6 references]

Caldwell, John Edwards [1 reference]

Caldwell, Mr., commissary [1 reference]

Caldwell, William [1 reference]

Caldwell, of Braintree [1 reference]

Calef (Calf), Daniel, witness, No. 63 [2 references]

Calef, Joseph [2 references]

Calef, Capt. Robert, witness, No. 56 [1 reference]

Calendar, old and new style [2 references]

Calf, Mr. [1 reference]

Calhoun, John Caldwell (S.C. statesman) [1 subentry]

California [2 references]

Caligula (Roman emperor) [2 references]

“Caliope” [See redirect]

Calite, Cato (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Calkoen, Hendrik (Amsterdam lawyer) [9 references + 16 subentries]

Callaghan v. A. Lague Express [1 reference]

Callahan, Capt. John (of Boston) [2 references + 12 subentries]

Callahan, Lucretia (wife of John) [1 reference]

Callbeck, Philip [2 references]

Callender, Capt., of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Callender, Capt. John [1 reference]

Callihorne [1 reference]

“Callisthenes” [See redirect]

“Calm Observer, A” [See redirect]

Calomel (medicine) [1 reference]

Calonne, Charles Alexandre de (French controller general) [3 references]

Calvert County, Md. [1 reference]

Calvert, Col., of Md. [1 reference]

Calvert, Eleanor [See redirect]

Calvert, George, 1st Earl of Baltimore [1 reference]

Calvin, John [3 references + 2 subentries]

Calvinists [8 references + 2 subentries]

Calvin’s Case [8 references]

Calypso (mythical) [1 reference]

Camac, Turner (of Phila.) [1 subentry]

Camaraf, Josef Gonzales de la (of Seville, Spain) [1 subentry]

Camaran, M. de [1 reference]

Camaret, France [1 reference]

Camariñas, Spain [1 reference]

Cambrai (Cambray), Archbishop of [See redirect]

Cambrai, France [4 references]

Cambridge Platform of 1648 [2 subentries]

Cambridge Press (newspaper) [1 reference]

Cambridge River [See redirect]

Cambridge University [4 references]

Cambridge, Mass. [6 references + 58 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Camden, Battle of [10 references + 5 subentries]

Camden, Charles Pratt, 1st Earl of (president of Privy Council) [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Camels (maritime device) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Caminostrow (island near St. Petersburg) [2 references]

Cammell or Campbel, Mrs., in No. 27 [2 references]

Camp, John [1 reference]

Camp, Mr. (of Durham, Conn.) [1 reference]

“Campaign” [See redirect]

Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette Genet, Mémoires sur la vie privée de Marie-Antoinette [1 reference]

Campbell, Lt. Col. Archibald (British) [11 subentries]

Campbell (Cambell), Col. (British) [1 reference]

Campbell, Col. (British) [1 reference]

Campbell, Colen (Brit. architect) [1 reference]

Campbell, Donald [1 reference]

Campbell, Capt. James (of Md.) [2 references]

Campbell, Jo., owned copy of Van Muyden’s Tractatio [1 reference]

Campbell (Camel), John, minister at Oxford, Mass. [1 reference]

Campbell, Maj. Gen. John (British) [1 reference]

Campbell, John, 4th Earl of Loudoun [2 references + 1 subentry]

Campbell, John, A Political Survey of Britain [1 reference]

Campbell, Mr. (in Continental Army) [1 reference]

Campbell, Capt. Robert [1 reference]

Campbell (Camel), Ensign Robert, captured and jailed [1 reference]

Campbeltown, Scotland [1 reference]

Campeche, Bay of [3 references]

Campo y Pérez de la Serna, Bernardo del (Spanish diplomat) [7 references]

Campomenes, Sr. [1 reference]

Camponaraya, Spain [2 references]

Campton, N.H. [1 reference]

Canada [8 references + 65 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Canada River [See redirect]

Canada towns [1 reference]

Canada, Commissioners of Continental Congress to [8 subentries]

Canal boats, in Netherlands [1 reference]

Canal du Roi George [1 reference]

Canals [2 references + 1 subentry]

Canary Islands [2 references]

Cancale, France [2 references]

Canceau (British Navy, armed vessel) [1 reference]

“Candidus” [See redirect]

Candles [1 reference]

Cane, Lt. Col. Maurice (British) [2 references]

Cange, Mr. Du (writer for Gravenhaagse NaCourant and Gazette de la Haye) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Canker fever [1 reference]

Cannae, Battle of [2 references]

Cannon [12 subentries]

Cannon, James (Penn. politician) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Cannon, Capt. Newton (of the Lady Washington) [1 reference]

Canon (wine of Medoc) [1 reference]

Canon and feudal law [3 subentries]

Canterbury, Archbishop of [1 reference + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Canterbury, England [10 references]

Canton, China [4 references]

Canute, King [1 reference]

Cap Français (now Cap-Haïtien, Haiti) [7 references]

Capacity as a party [1 reference]

Capacity, testamentary [2 subentries]

Cape Ann, Mass. [25 references]

Cape Bonavista, and fisheries question [3 references]

Cape Breton [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cape Canso (Nova Scotia) [1 reference]

Cape Charles, Va. [4 references]

Cape Clear, Ireland [3 references]

Cape Cod, Mass. [34 references]

Cape Cod Harbor [1 reference]

Cape Elizabeth [1 reference]

Cape Fear, N.C. [4 references]

Cape Fear River, N.C. [2 references]

Cape Finisterre, Spain [11 references]

Cape Gracias á Dios, Nicaragua [3 references]

Cape Henlopen, Del. [4 references]

Cape Henry, Va. [6 references]

Cape Horn [3 references]

Cape May, N.J. [4 references]

Cape Mendocino [1 reference]

Cape Neddick (Nittick) River, Maine [2 references]

Cape North, Nova Scotia [1 reference]

Cape Ortegal, Spain [4 references]

Cape Ray [1 reference]

Cape Sable, Nova Scotia [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cape St. Nicholas Môle, Haiti [2 references]

Cape St. Vincent, Portugal [3 references + 1 subentry]

Cape Torinaña [2 references]

Cape Town, South Africa [2 references]

Cape Verde Islands [2 references]

Cape Villano [2 references]

Cape de la Hague [1 reference]

Cape of Good Hope [13 references]

Capelle, M. [1 reference]

Capellen van de Marsch, Robert Jasper, Baron van der (cousin of Capellen tot den Pol) [7 references + 3 subentries]

Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der (Dutch anti-Orangist patriot) [52 subentries]

Capen v. Spear [1 reference]

Capetown [See redirect]

Capias ad respondendum, writ of, defined [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Capias ad satisfaciendum, defined [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Capias for witness [2 references]

Capital of United States, debate over location of [1 reference]

Capital punishment [1 reference]

Capuchins [4 references]

Caracciolo, Domenico, Marchese di Villa Marina (Neapolitan minister to France) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Caraman, Maurice Riquet de [4 references]

Caramanico, Principe di [See redirect]

Carasedo River, Spain [1 reference]

Carbo [2 references]

Cardan, Mme. [1 reference]

Cards [See redirect]

Care, Henry E., English Liberties [2 references]

Care, duty of, bailee's [6 references]

Carew, Bampfylde Moore [2 subentries]

Carey, Henry, 2d Earl of Monmouth, translator of Bentivoglio's History [2 references]

Carey, Col. Simeon (of Bridgewater, Mass.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Cargill, James [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Caribs, identified [1 reference]

Cariolanus Aletta (Dutch merchant ship) [1 reference]

Carl (Carle), Benjamin, in No. 2 [2 references]

Carl, Nathaniel, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Carleton, Gen. Sir Guy (Brit. commander in chief in America, later 1st Baron Dorchester) [15 references + 11 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Carleton, Joseph (paymaster and secy. to the Board of War) [2 references]

Carleton-Digby Peace Commission [4 references]

Carlisle Peace Commission (1778) [9 references + 25 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Carlisle, Earl of [See redirect]

Carlisle, Penn. [4 references]

Carmarthen, Francis Godolphin Osborne, Marquis of (Brit. politician) [8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Carmelites [2 references]

Carmen v. Higginson [1 reference]

Carmichael, John [1 reference]

Carmichael, Scottish Jacobite on Loire River [1 reference]

Carmichael, William (secy. to John Jay) [23 references + 28 subentries]

Carnatic region, India [1 reference]

Carneau & Marlin [1 reference]

Carnes, Burrill (Amer. merchant) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Carnes (Carr), Capt. John, of the General Lincoln [3 references]

Carnes, John, witness, No. 61 [2 references]

Carnes (Carns), Miss, witness, No. 61 [1 reference]

Carnu, Mlle. (Paris shopkeeper) [1 reference]

Carolina pink root [1 reference]

Caroline of Brunswick, Queen of England (wife of George IV) [1 reference]

Caroline, Queen of England (wife of George II) [4 references]

Carpenter, Capt. Benjamin (of the Polly) [5 references]

Carpenters [4 references]

Carpenters’ Company of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Carpets [3 references + 1 subentry]

Carr, Lt. Col. Maurice (29th Regiment; Preston's commanding officer) [2 references]

Carr, Patrick, victim, Boston Massacre [2 subentries]

Carracedelo, Spain [2 references]

Carrè, author aboard La Sensible [3 references]

Carriage [See redirect]

Carrickfergus, Ireland [5 references]

Carrier, common, liability of [1 reference]

Carroll, Charles (of Carrollton) [10 references + 8 subentries]

Carroll, Charles ("the Barrister") [2 references]

Carroll, Charles (father of Charles) [2 references]

Carroll, Daniel (Md. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Carroll (Carrol, Carrall), John [2 subentries]

Carroll, John (son of Charles of Carrollton) [1 reference]

Carroll, Rev. John [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Carroll, Mary Darnell (wife of Charles of Carrollton) [2 references]

Cartagena, Colombia [2 references]

Cartagena, Spain [1 reference]

Cartel ships [3 references + 4 subentries]

Carter, Charles (of Caritowman) [1 reference]

Carter, Elizabeth Eppes Cutts (wife of Nathaniel, Jr.) [5 references]

Carter, Hannah (of Newburyport) [1 reference + 4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Carter, James, witness, No. 64 [2 references]

Carter, John [See redirect]

Carter, Joshua (son of Nathaniel, Sr.) [2 references]

Carter, Landon [1 reference]

Carter, Mary (daughter of Nathaniel, Sr.) [1 reference]

Carter, Nathaniel, Jr. [4 references]

Carter, Nathaniel, Sr. (father of Hannah) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Carter, Peter (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Carter, Theodore Parkman [1 reference]

Carter, Thomas (son of Nathaniel, Sr.) [1 reference]

Carter, Lt. William, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Carter, William Smith [1 reference]

Carteret, John, 1st earl Granville [1 reference]

Carters (occupation) [2 references]

Carthage [14 references + 2 subentries]

Cartoons, political [8 subentries]

Cartouche, stage play [2 references]

Cartwright, John [2 subentries]

Carver, Jonathan, Travels through ... North-America [1 reference]

Cary, Archibald (of Va.) [1 reference]

Cary, Jonathan, witness, No. 64 [2 references]

Cary, Lucius, 2d Viscount Falkland [2 references]

Cary, Mr., of Charlestown, Mass. [1 reference]

Cary, Mr., travels from Boston(?) to Philadelphia [1 reference]

Cary (Carry), Nathaniel, addresser of Hutchinson and Gage [1 reference]

Cary, Richard (of Md., son of Samuel) [4 references]

Cary, Richard (of Va.) [2 subentries]

Cary, Samuel, of Charlestown, Mass. [1 reference]

Cary, Rev. Thomas (of Newburyport) [4 subentries]

Cary, tavernkeeper of Windham, Conn. [1 reference]

Caryl, George (H.C. 1788) [1 reference]

Casamayor, Pedro & Co. (Madrid bankers) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Casco Bay, Maine [13 references]

Case, trespass on the, action of [See redirect]

Cases in the King's Bench at the Time Lord Hardwicke Presided There [1 reference]

Casey, Capt. [2 references]

Casey, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Casey, Mary (wife of Thomas), deposition, No. 58 [5 references]

Casey, Thomas, deposition, No. 58 [8 references]

Cash, John, witness, No. 43 [6 references]

Cass, Lewis (secretary of war) [1 subentry]

“Cassandra” [See redirect]

Cassenave, M. (attorney) [1 reference]

Cassimone, Antoine François (Köln wine merchant) [1 subentry]

Cassius [3 references]

Cassoul [See redirect]

Cast, Dr. [See redirect]

Castagni, M. (Rotterdam merchant) [1 subentry]

Castile, Spain [11 references]

Castillano, Spain [3 references]

Castine, Maine [3 references]

Castle Island, Boston Harbor [9 references]

Castle Island, Guernsey [1 reference]

Castle William on Castle Island, Boston Harbor [5 references + 7 subentries]

Castle, Joy, Philadelphia merchant [4 references + 1 subentry]

Castle, William [2 references]

Castries, Charles Eugène Gabriel de La Croix, Marquis de (French naval minister) [14 references]

Casualties [5 subentries]

Caswell, Gen. Richard (gov. of N.C.) [6 references]

Catalonia (Cataluña) Province, Spain [1 reference]

Cataract of the Gauges [See redirect]

Catarinenhoff (Russian palace) [2 references]

Catesby, Mark, Natural History of Carolina [1 reference]

Catharine (American brig) [1 reference]

Catharine (servant of Mary Barclay?) [1 reference]

Cathcart, Capt. John (of the Essex) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cathcart, Jonathan, in No. 1 [3 references]

Catherine I, Empress of Russia [2 references]

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia [6 references + 47 subentries + 5 “see also” entries]

Catherine and Petruchio [See redirect]

Catherine of Braganza (consort of Charles II) [2 references]

Catholic Church [See redirect]

Catholic Relief Act of 1778 [2 references]

Catiline (Roman conspirator) [5 references + 1 subentry]

“Cato” [See redirect]

Cato the Elder [3 references]

Cato the Younger [6 references + 1 subentry]

Cato, Marcus Porcius (son of Cato the Younger) [4 references]

Cato, in No. 52 [2 references]

Caton (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Catstick [1 reference]

Cattle [2 references]

Cau, Mr. (at The Hague) [1 reference]

Caucuses, in Boston [3 references]

Caughnawagas [See redirect]

Cavendish, Georgiana Spencer, duchess of Devonshire [2 subentries]

Cavendish, Lord John (British chancellor of exchequer) [5 references]

Cavendish, William, 5th Duke of Devonshire [2 references]

Cavendish, William, 4th Duke of Devonshire [2 references]

Caverly, Nicholas (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Caversham, England [2 references]

Cavey, Midshipman Peter [1 reference]

Cay, John and Owen Ruffhead, Statutes at Large [2 references]

Cayashuta (Indian chief) [1 reference]

Cazneau, Andrew [2 subentries]

Cazneau, Capt. (of the Betsy) [1 reference]

Cazneau, Capt. Isaac (of Boston) [13 references + 5 subentries]

Cazneau, Jerome [4 references]

Cazneau, Mr. (brother of Isaac) [1 reference]

Cazneau, Mr., in No. 64 [1 reference]

Cazneau, Mrs. [1 reference]

Cazneau, Rebecca? [2 subentries]

Cebrero, Spain [2 references]

Cecil, James, 7th Earl of Salisbury [1 reference]

Cecil, Mary Amelia, Countess of Salisbury [3 references]

Cecil, William, 1st Baron Burghley [3 references]

Cedars, The, Canada [3 subentries]

Celada de Camino, Spain [1 reference]

Celebrations [1 subentry]

Celesia, Pietro Paolo [4 references]

Censorship [2 references]

Centaur (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Centinel and Gazette, Daily [See redirect]

“Centinel” articles [2 references]

“Cerberus” [See redirect]

Ceres (Roman goddess) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Ceres (British sloop of war) [1 reference]

Cérès (French frigate) [1 reference]

Ceres (ship) [5 references + 3 subentries]

Cerf (French ship) [2 references]

Cerisier, Antoine Marie (editor of Politique hollandais) [2 references + 50 subentries]

Cermeño (Sermeño), Don Pedro Martín (gov. of Galicia) [6 references + 4 subentries]

Ceronio, Joseph (of Genoa) [2 references]

Certiorari to quash, writ of [7 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, Don Quixote [9 references + 1 subentry]

Cezarga Island, Spain [1 reference]

Chabanel, Mme. V. (of Amsterdam) [8 references + 5 subentries]

Chabanel, Mr. [3 references]

Chabert, Mr. (shoemaker) [1 reference]

Chabot, Elisabeth Louise de La Rochefoucauld, Duchesse de [1 reference]

Chace [See redirect]

Chadburn, of Berwick, Maine [1 reference]

Chadd's Ford, Penn. [2 references]

Chaddock (Chadwick, Chattuck, Shattuck, Shadwick), John, in No. 27 [1 reference]

Chaddock, John (child), in No. 27 [3 references]

Chaddock, Martha (wife of John), in No. 27 [7 references]

Chaddock, Martha (child), in No. 27 [2 references]

Chaddock, Mary (child), in No. 27 [5 references]

Chadron v. Harris [1 reference]

Chadwell, Samuel [1 reference]

Chadwick [1 “see also” entry]

Chadwick, Capt. John (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Chadwick, Joseph, drawing of “A Westerly View of the Colledges in Cambridge” [2 references]

Chadwick, S., witness, No. 7 [1 reference]

Chaffault de Besné, Louis Charles, Comte du [3 references]

Chaffee (Chafy), Dr. Hezekiah [1 reference]

Chaillot, France, Arthur Lee's residence at [5 references]

Chaise and Chaise-making [1 reference]

Chaleurs, Bay of [1 reference]

Chalier, Comte de [2 references]

Chalmers, J. M. (secy. of Provincial States of Zeeland) [1 reference]

Chalmers, James (Md. or Del. loyalist) [3 references]

Chalmers, James (pseudonym, “Candidus”), Plain Truth [1 reference]

Chaloner v. Davis [2 references]

Chalson, of Paris [1 reference]

Chalure Bay, Canada [1 reference]

Chalut de Vérin, Mlle. Lucille [4 references]

Chalut de Vérin, Mr. [3 references + 4 subentries]

Chalut de Vérin, Mme. [1 reference]

Chalut, Abbé (French cleric) [8 references + 14 subentries]

Chambaud, Louis [2 subentries]

Chamberlain, Aaron (of Chelmsford) [2 references]

Chamberlain, Mr., of London [1 reference]

Chamberlaine, Thomas (of Md.) [1 reference]

Chamberlains Rocks, Boston Harbor [1 reference]

Chamberlayne, John, translator from Dutch [1 reference]

Chamberline v. Harvey [1 reference]

Chambers v. Bowles [1 reference]

Chambers, Ephraim, Cyclopaedia [5 references]

Chambly (Chamblee), Quebec [2 references]

Champagne, France [2 references]

Champagne, J. C. (ship broker at Blaye, France) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Champion & Dickinson (London merchants) [2 references]

Champion, Henry [2 references]

Champion, Rev. Judah [1 reference]

Champion, Richard [3 references]

Champlain, Lake [4 references]

Champlin, Christopher Grant (H.C. 1786) [4 references]

Champney, John [1 reference]

Champney, Richard (owner of McClary) [1 reference]

Champsenets, Marquise de [1 reference]

Chance (British schooner) [2 references]

Chance (Penn. privateer) [2 references]

“Chancemedley” [1 reference]

Chancery, bill in, in Mass., No. 13 [1 reference + 1 subentry + 3 “see also” entries]

Chancy [See redirect]

Chandernagor, India [2 references]

Chandler family, of Worcester, Mass. [4 references]

Chandler, Col., Mass. loyalist [2 references]

Chandler, Dolly [1 reference]

Chandler, Eleanor Putnam (wife of Rufus) [1 reference]

Chandler, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Chandler, Col. Gardiner [4 subentries]

Chandler, Gardner Leonard (Chandler 3d, H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Chandler, Hannah Greene (wife of Gardiner) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Chandler, Jno., of Petersham, Mass. [1 reference]

Chandler, John [1 reference]

Chandler, Col. John (1721-1800, of Worcester) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Chandler, John (1693?-1762) [2 subentries]

Chandler, John (Chandler 1st, H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Chandler, Mary Church (wife of John) [1 reference]

Chandler, Mr., witness, No. 20 [1 reference]

Chandler, Nat., of Worcester, Mass. [1 reference]

Chandler, Philemon, in No. 36 [2 references]

Chandler, Rufus [2 references]

Chandler, Samuel [1 reference]

Chandler, Sarah [See redirect]

Chandler, Rev. Thomas Bradbury [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Chandler, Thomas (Chandler 2d, H.C. 1787) [4 subentries]

Chandler, William, witness, No. 31 [1 reference]

Chandler, of Woodstock, Vt. [1 reference]

Changuyon, Mr. (of The Hague) [1 reference]

Channel Islands [2 references + 1 subentry]

Channing, John [4 references]

Channing, Mrs. (wife of John) [2 references]

Channing, Lucy Ellery (wife of William) [1 reference]

Channing, Miss [1 reference]

Channing, Mr. (in Clapham, England) [1 reference]

Channing, William [1 reference]

Channing, Mr. and Mrs. William [1 reference]

Chantilly, France [10 references]

Chapeaurouge, Mr. de [2 subentries]

Chapelet (or Chapley), Capt., in account of de Fonte's voyage [1 reference]

Chapman, Maj. James [2 references + 1 subentry]

Chapman, John, Jr., witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Chapman, Capt. Joseph [1 reference]

Chapman, Capt. Richard (of the Lady Ann) [1 reference]

Chapman, Richard (Amer. prisoner) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Chardon, Daniel Marc Antoine [1 reference]

Chardon (Shurden), Mr., Boston house of [1 reference]

Chardon, Peter (Boston lawyer) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Charente River, France [2 references]

Charges to the jury [4 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Charity [6 subentries]

Charles August Frederick, Prince (of Zweibrücken) [4 references]

Charles I, King of England [15 references + 4 subentries]

Charles II, Duke of Zweibrücken [3 references]

Charles II, King of England [26 references + 8 subentries]

Charles II, King of Spain [1 reference]

Charles III, King of Spain [16 references]

Charles River [11 references + 6 subentries]

Charles River Bridge [6 references]

Charles V, Emperor [10 references]

Charles V, King of Spain [4 references]

Charles VII, king of France [1 reference]

Charles X, King of France [1 “see also” entry]

Charles XII, King of Sweden [4 references]

Charles XII, King of France [2 references]

Charles of Prussia [1 reference]

Charles, Jacques Alexandre César [3 references]

Charles, Prince of Asturias (later Charles IV of Spain) [1 reference]

Charles, Prince of Mecklenburgh-strelitz [1 reference]

Charles, Prince of the Austrian Netherlands [1 reference]

Charles-Théodor, elector of Palatine [2 references]

Charleston, S.C. [27 references + 52 subentries]

Charlestown Neck [5 references]

Charlestown Point, fortifications on [4 references]

Charlestown ferry [3 references]

Charlestown, Mass. [22 references + 30 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Charlestown, N.H. [2 references]

Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de, History of Paraguay [4 references]

Charlieu, France [1 reference]

Charlotte Palmer Phillips Foundation, Inc. [1 reference]

Charlotte Wilhelmine, Princess of Hesse-Darmstadt [3 references]

Charlotte, Princess Royal [4 references + 6 subentries]

Charlotte, Queen of England (wife of George III) [4 references + 14 subentries]

Charlton, Mass. [4 references]

Charmante (French frigate) [2 references]

Charming Nancy (Mass. privateer brigantine) [1 reference]

Charming Polly (British merchant ship) [1 reference]

Charrier, J. S. (writer) [1 reference]

Charter party [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Charters [2 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Chartres, Louis Philippe Joseph, Duc de (later Duc d'Orleans, French admiral) [4 references]

Chartres, Louise Marie Adélaide Bourbon-Penthièvre, Duchesse de [3 references]

Chase, Abel and Mercy Mayhew [1 reference]

Chase, Abel [2 subentries]

Chase, Abner, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Chase, Barnabas, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Chase, Capt., carries prize into Providence [1 reference]

Chase, Jacob, witness, No. 7 [1 reference]

Chase, John, witness, No. 43 [8 references]

Chase, Capt. Joseph [3 subentries]

Chase, Mercy Mayhew (wife of Abel) [2 subentries]

Chase, Mr., in Boston Massacre Trials [1 reference]

Chase, Parson [1 reference]

Chase, Reuben [2 references]

Chase, Samuel (Md. member of Congress) [8 references + 18 subentries]

Chase, Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Chase, Thomas [3 references]

Chase, Rev. Thomas [1 reference]

Chase, Thomas, witness, No. 43 [3 references]

Chase, Thorndrick [1 reference]

Chase, Zeph [2 subentries]

Chasseur (Amer. ship) [2 references]

Chasseur (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Chastellux, François Jean, Chevalier de (French army) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Chateau Margaux (wine of Medoc) [2 references]

Chateleau, French naval commander [1 reference]

Chatham (Brit. ship of the line) [6 references]

Chatham Harbor, Mass. [1 reference]

Chatham, 2d Earl of [See redirect]

Chatham, England [6 references]

Chatham, Mass. [6 references]

Chatham, William Pitt, 1st Earl of [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Chatou, France [2 references]

Chatsworth (seat of William Lux, Baltimore) [1 reference]

Chattahoochee River [1 reference]

Chattels, unascertained, action for [1 reference]

Chaubert, Mr. (Paris shoemaker) [1 reference]

Chaumont, Mme. (wife of Jacques Donatien Le Ray de) [3 references]

Chaumont, Jacques Donatien Le Ray de (1725-1803, French speculator) [8 references + 50 subentries]

Chaumont, Mlle. (daughter of Jacques Donatien Le Ray de Chaumont [1 reference]

Chauncy family, of Boston [1 reference]

Chauncy, Rev. Charles (of Boston) [13 references + 7 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Chauncy, Charles (New Haven lawyer) [1 reference]

Chauncy, Mr. [2 subentries]

Chauquet, Mr. [1 reference]

Chaurand, H. Q., frères (Nantes merchants) [1 reference]

Chavagnes, Capt. Bidé de (of La Sensible) [9 references + 19 subentries]

Chavagnes, Mme. (wife of Bidé de) [9 references]

Chavannes de la Giraudiere, De (of Paris) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Chebacco Parish, Ipswich, Mass. [See redirect]

Chebacco River [1 reference]

Checkers (game) [1 reference]

Checkley, John, of deputy commissary general’s office [1 reference]

Checkley, William, identified [1 reference]

Cheesman, John, Braintree loyalist voted “Inimical” [1 reference]

Cheesman (Cheasman), Mrs. (of Philadelphia) [2 references]

Cheever, Ezekiel [1 reference]

Cheever, Samuel, witness, No. 20 [1 reference]

Cheever, Capt. William, carries letters to JA [2 references]

Chehaw Neck, S.C. [1 reference]

Cheke, Sir John [1 reference]

Chelmsford, England [3 references]

Chelmsford, Mass. [7 references]

Chelsea v. Boston, No. 26 [6 references]

Chelsea, England [1 reference]

Chelsea, Mass. [4 references + 4 subentries]

Chemistry [3 references]

Cheney, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Western, Mass.) [2 references]

Cherbourg, France [3 references]

Cherry Valley, N.Y. [1 reference]

Chesapeake Bay [24 references + 14 subentries]

Chesapeake, Battle of the [3 subentries]

Chesneau Du Marsais, Cèsar [2 subentries]

Chess [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Chester (Dutch sloop) [6 references]

Chester County, Penn. [1 reference]

Chester River, Penn. [2 references]

Chester, England [3 references]

Chester, N.H. [1 reference]

Chester, Penn. [8 references]

Chesterfield County, Va. [1 reference]

Chesterfield, 4th Earl of [See redirect]

Chesterfield, N.H. [1 reference]

Cheston, Mr. (of Annapolis, Md.) [1 reference]

Chevagne [See redirect]

Chevalier de La Luzerne (Amer. merchant ship) [5 references]

Chevallie, Mr. [1 reference]

Chevaux de frize [See redirect]

Chevenard, O. [1 subentry]

Chevillet, Mr. (engraver) [2 references]

Chevot [See redirect]

Chew, Benjamin, Sr. [6 references]

Chew, Benjamin (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Chew, Benjamin, Jr. (Phila. lawyer) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Chew, Mr. (of London) [1 reference]

Chew, Capt. Samuel (of the Resistance) [3 references]

Cheyne, Dr. George [2 references + 2 subentries]

Chickasaw Indians [1 reference]

Child v. Smith [1 reference]

Child, Caleb (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Child, John, Roxbury selectman, in No. 27 [1 reference]

Child, Jonathan, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Child, Richard [See redirect]

Child, Mrs. (wife of Robert) [1 reference]

Child, Robert [1 reference]

Child, Robert (of Osterley Park, England) [1 reference]

Child, Sarah Jodrell (wife of Robert) [2 references]

Child, of Falmouth, Maine [1 reference]

Children [1 reference]

Childs, Francis [1 reference]

Childs, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Stafford, Conn., and Mrs.) [1 reference]

Chile [2 references]

Chilmark, Mass. [3 references]

Chiltern Hundreds [1 reference]

China [8 references]

China, glassware, and porcelain [6 references]

Chinard, Gilbert, cited [1 reference]

Chincoteague, Va. [2 references]

Chincough (whooping cough) in Boston [1 reference]

Chipman, John (of Boston) [2 subentries]

Chipman, Judge Ward [3 references + 1 subentry]

Chitty, Joseph, Jr. [2 subentries]

Chivalry, law of [See redirect]

Choat, J. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Choate, John [1 reference]

Choate, Rebecca, in No. 24 [1 reference]

Choate, William, witness, No. 32 [1 reference]

Chocolate [2 references]

Choctaw Indians [1 reference]

“Choice of Hercules" [2 subentries]

Choiseul, César Gabriel de, Duc de Praslin, French minister of war and foreign affairs [2 references]

Choiseul, Etienne François, Comte de Stainville and Duc de (French statesman) [7 references]

Chose in action, assignment of, No. 13 [3 references]

Chovet (Chevot), Dr. Abraham [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Chrétien, Gilles Louis (French inventor) [1 reference]

Chrispus Attucks (nom de plume of JA) [1 reference]

Christ Church, Cambridge University [1 reference]

Christiaen, Capt. Hyde (of the Vigilantiâ) [1 reference]

Christian VII, King of Denmark [3 references]

Christian, Henry [1 reference]

Christiana Bridge, Del. [2 references]

Christina, Queen of Sweden [1 reference]

Christmas [5 references]

Christopher, Mary, of Concord, charged with murdering her child [1 reference]

Chronology of JA's legal career [1 reference]

Chubb, Thomas, Works [2 references]

Chubbuck, Thomas [1 reference]

Chudleigh, Elizabeth, Duchess of Kingston-upon-Hull [1 reference]

Church [2 subentries]

Church of England [4 references + 8 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Church v. Bunney [1 reference]

Church, Angelica Schuyler (wife of John Barker) [7 references]

Church, Dr. Benjamin [3 references + 27 subentries]

Church, Edward (of Braintree) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Church, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Church, John Barker (also known as John Carter) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Church, Mary [See redirect]

Church, Mrs. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Church, Samuel [1 reference]

Church, William Singleton (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Church, lawyer of Hartford, Conn. [1 reference]

Churches [26 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Churchill, Asaph (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Churchill, Awnsham and John, Collection of Voyages [2 references]

Churchill, Charles [3 references]

Churchill, John, 1st Duke of Marlborough [5 references]

Churchill, Mr., in No. 56 [2 references]

Châtellerault, France [2 references]

Cibber, Colley (Shakespearean adaptor) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Cibelle (French transport) [1 reference]

Cicero, Marcus Tullius [7 references + 27 subentries]

Cicero (Mass. privateer) [9 references + 2 subentries]

Cider and cider-making [12 references + 5 subentries]

“Cimon” [See redirect]

Cimon (newspaper pseudonym) [2 references]

Cincinnati, Society of the [5 references + 4 subentries]

Cincinnatus (Roman citizen-general) [3 references]

Cincinnatus (ship) [1 reference]

Cinepuxent [See redirect]

Cinna [1 reference]

Cinque Ports [1 reference]

Ciphers [See redirect]

Cist & Co. [1 reference]

Cist, Lewis J. [1 reference]

“Citizen, A” [See redirect]

Citizen, The [See redirect]

Citoyen (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Citters, Willem van (Zeeland’s deputy to and president of States General) [10 references]

City Guards [See redirect]

“City of refuge” [6 references]

Civil Usage, Newburyport privateer, captures La Fortune [1 reference]

Civil law [13 subentries]

Civilis, Julius [1 reference]

Clagett, Wyseman (attorney general of N.H.), in No. 54 [1 reference]

Claghorn, William, deposition of, No. 58 [1 reference]

Clairac, La Mamye, The Field Engineer [2 references]

Clairien, Françoise (called Saucerotte or Raucourt) [1 reference]

Clairval, Jean Baptiste (opera singer) [1 reference]

Clams [3 references + 1 subentry]

Clap v. Randall, No. 16 [8 references]

Clap's Will, No. 15 [5 references]

Clap, Capt., militarism of [1 reference]

Clap, Capt., near Northampton, Mass. [1 reference]

Clap, Desire, witness, No. 15 [1 reference]

Clap, Maj., clerk of Northampton lead mine [2 references]

Clap, Michael [2 subentries]

Clap, Michael (deceased), and No. 15 [2 references]

Clap, Nat. [1 reference]

Clap, Samuel, Jr. [2 subentries]

Clap, Samuel, will of, Nos. 15 and 16 [1 reference]

Clap, Sarah (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Clap, Sarah [See redirect]

Clap, Seth, juror, No. 59 [2 references]

Clap, Col. (Judge Thomas?) [3 references]

Clap, Thomas [2 references]

Clap, William [2 subentries]

Clap, William, v. Samuel Clap [1 reference]

Clap, of Westfield, Mass. [1 reference]

Clapham, England [10 references]

Clapp, Lt. Col. Ebenezer [2 subentries]

Clapp, Thomas, deposition, No. 3 [2 references]

Clare v. Clare [1 reference]

Clarendon (pseudonym) [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Clarendon, Earl of [See redirect]

Clark family, of Braintree [1 reference]

Clark v. McCarney, Form XXII [2 references]

Clark, Abraham (delegate from N.J.) [6 references + 4 subentries]

Clark, Capt. Benjamin (of Nantucket, Mass.) [6 references]

Clark, Boston constable [1 reference]

Clark, Mrs. (wife of Capt. Clark) [1 reference]

Clark, Ecobud [1 reference]

Clark, Elder (of Wilbraham) [1 reference]

Clark, Col. Elijah [1 reference]

Clark, Capt. Elisha (of Nantucket, Mass.) [5 references]

Clark, George Rogers [1 reference]

Clark, Gregory (Amer. prisoner) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Clark, Gridley, of Braintree [2 subentries]

Clark, James, defendant, No. 35 [2 references]

Clark, Lt. Col. Joel (17th Continental Infantry) [3 references]

Clark, Maj. John [1 reference]

Clark, John (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Clarke, Dr. John (of Boston) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Clark, Lemuel (Amer. prisoner) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Clark (the 2), Mr., of Braintree [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (litigant in Braintree) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Medway, Mass.) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Medfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (tavernkeeper at Greenland Meeting House, N.H.) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Pomfret, Conn.) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Northampton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Clark, Mr., conveys letter to JA [1 reference]

Clark, Mr., of Braintree [1 reference]

Clark, Mr., witness, No. 61 [1 reference]

Clark, Mr., wounded by love [1 reference]

Clark, Mrs. [1 subentry]

Clark, Richard, plaintiff, Form XXII [1 reference]

Clark, Samuel [1 reference]

Clark, Samuel (Amer. prisoner) [2 references]

Clark, Samuel, witness, No. 64 [6 references]

Clark, Sarah Hannah [4 references]

Clark, Susanna Boylston Adams (1796-1884, wife of Charles Thomas, daughter of CA, later wife of William R. H. Treadway) [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Clark, William Bell, cited [1 reference]

Clark, William, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Clarke & Nightingale, merchants [1 reference]

Clarke (Clark), Richard(?), loyalist in London [1 reference]

Clarke, Edward (H.C. 1788) [3 subentries]

Clarke, Elisha [1 reference]

Clarke, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Clarke, John [3 subentries]

Clarke, Rev. John (of Boston) [2 subentries]

Clarke, John I.? [1 reference]

Clarke, Jonathan, saves tea from “Indians” [1 reference]

Clarke, Martha (Polly) [1 reference]

Clarke, Mr. (in London) [3 references]

Clarke, Mr., of Stoughton, killed on Moon Island [1 reference]

Clarke, Richard [5 references]

Clarke, Samuel (Brit. clergyman) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Clarke, Susanna [See redirect]

Clarke, William [1 subentry]

Classical references [43 subentries]

Claude Lorrain [1 reference]

Claudian, Consulship of Stilicho [1 reference]

Claudius (Roman emperor) [1 reference]

Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser [1 reference]

Cleanthes (Greek philosopher) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Clearance of vessel, requirement of [3 references]

Cleitus (Clytus) [2 references]

Clement XIV, Pope (Giovanni Ganganelli) [2 subentries]

Clement, Jean (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Clements Library, Gage Papers [1 reference]

Clergy [7 references + 1 subentry]

Clermont-Tonnerre, Stanislas Marie Adélaïde, Comte de, identified [1 reference]

Cleverly family of Braintree [3 references]

Cleverly(?), John [1 reference]

Cleverly, Benjamin (of Braintree) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Cleverly (Cleaverly), Elizabeth (Betsy) [1 reference]

Cleverly, Henry, Braintree loyalist voted “Inimical” [1 reference]

Cleverly, Joseph (of Braintree) [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Cleverly, Joseph, 2d, Braintree loyalist voted “Inimical” [1 reference]

Cleverly, Leonard [1 reference]

Cleverly (Cleavely), Mr., of Braintree [1 reference]

Cleverly, Stephen [2 references]

Clifford, Lord [1 reference]

Clifford, student at Latin Academy [1 reference]

Clifton, Arthur (Md. or Del. loyalist) [3 references]

Clifton, England [1 reference]

Climer [See redirect]

Clinton, Alexander [1 reference]

Clinton, Gov. George (of N.Y.) [9 references + 2 subentries]

Clinton, Lt. Gen. Sir Henry (Brit. commander in chief in America) [13 references + 39 subentries]

Clinton, Brig. Gen. James [2 references]

Clinton, James [1 reference]

Clive, Justice [1 reference]

Cloburn v. Cloburn (Clobery v. Clobery) [1 reference]

Clodius [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Clopton, Dr., in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Clossy, Dr. Samuel [1 reference]

Cloth and clothing [7 references + 97 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Clotterbooke, C. (secy. of Provincial States of Holland and West Friesland) [2 references]

Clowning, Peter (owner of McClary) [1 reference]

“Club of Honest Whigs” [1 reference]

Clubs, JA on [2 references]

Clugny, Jean Etienne Bernard de [1 reference]

Clusius, Carolus [See redirect]

Clyde, Firth of [1 reference]

Clymer, Elizabeth Meredith (wife of George) [1 reference]

Clymer, George (Penn. member of Congress) [10 references]

Clymer, Mr., carries letter to Boston for James Lovell [1 reference]

Clymer, Mrs. (sister of Daniel Roberdeau) [10 references]

Clyver, Mr. De (of The Hague) [1 reference]

Coal [2 references]

Coalin, Mme. [1 reference]

Coape, Miss (sister of Frances Coape Smith) [1 reference]

Coape, Mr. (brother of Frances Coape Smith) [2 references]

Coas, Capt. [1 reference]

Coats of arms [2 references]

Coats, Elizabeth [5 references]

Cobb, David (of Mass.) [2 references]

Cobb, Col. David, aide-de-camp to General Washington [1 reference]

Cobb, J. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Cobb, James [1 subentry]

Cobb, Mr. (son of Capt. Richard Cobb) [1 reference]

Cobb, Mr., in No. 1 [4 references]

Cobb, Capt. Richard [2 references]

Cobble Hill [See redirect]

Cobestcont, Maine [1 reference]

Cobet [See redirect]

Cobham, England [2 references]

Cobham, Viscount [See redirect]

Coblentz, Germany [1 reference]

Cobscook River, Maine [1 reference]

Coburn, John, plaintiff, Form XIV [1 reference]

Coburn, John, v. Robert White, Form XIV [1 reference]

Coburne, John [1 reference]

Cocci, Mr. (Italian painter) [1 reference]

Cocher supposé, stage play [2 references]

Cochin, Henri [2 subentries]

Cochleus, Jo. [1 reference]

Cochran, Capt. [1 reference]

Cochran, Charles B., schoolmate of JQA at Passy [3 references]

Cochran, Dr. John (of N.Y.) [1 reference]

Cochran, Messrs. Thomas, & Company, in No. 58 [4 references]

Cochran, Maj. Robert (of Conn.) [1 reference]

Cochran, William, in No. 58 [3 references]

Cochrane, Alexander Forrester Inglis [1 reference]

Cochrane, Thomas, 8th Earl of Dundonald [1 reference]

Cock, Mr. (tavernkeeper of King's Bridge, N.Y.) [2 references]

Cockayne, Thomas [1 reference]

Cocker, Edward, Decimal Arithmetick [3 references]

Cocket, requirement of [2 subentries]

Cockle, James (collector at Salem) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Cocknowaga Indians, in Cambridge [1 reference]

Cockran, Mr., of Boston [1 reference]

Cocks [See redirect]

Cocoa [1 reference]

Coddington, William [2 references]

Codes and ciphers [4 references + 32 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Codfish [3 references]

Codman & Smith, Boston mercantile firm [4 references]

Codman, Abigail [2 references]

Codman, John, Jr. (Amer. merchant) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Codman, John, Sr. [1 reference]

Codman, John, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Codman, Mr. (merchant in France) [1 reference]

Codman, Miss Parnell? [1 reference]

Codman, Richard (son of John, Sr.) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Codman, Stephen (son of John, Sr.) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Codman, William (Boston merchant) [1 reference]

Codner v. Dalby [1 reference]

Coehoorn, Baron Van [See redirect]

Coercive Acts [See redirect]

Coffee [5 references]

Coffin, Capt. Alexander (of the Hero) [12 references]

Coffin, Benjamin, in No. 1 [4 references]

Coffin, Capt. [1 reference]

Coffin, Capt. (of Nantucket, Mass.) [3 references]

Coffin, Charles? [2 references]

Coffin, Dr., of Portland, Maine [1 reference]

Coffin, Edmond, deposition of, No. 58 [1 reference]

Coffin, John (Boston loyalist in Quebec) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Coffin, John, witness, No. 63 [2 references]

Coffin, Mary (Polly) [1 reference]

Coffin, Mrs. [1 reference]

Coffin, Mrs. (of Boston) [3 references]

Coffin, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Coffin, Peleg (of Nantucket) [1 reference]

Coffin, Rouaby [1 reference]

Coffin, Capt. Zebbeda (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Coffyn, Francis (U.S. agent at Dunkerque) [3 references + 11 subentries]

Coffyn, Richard [1 reference]

Coggs v. Bernard [2 references]

Cogshall, Matthew (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Cogswell, Sally [1 reference]

Cogswell, iron works in Conn. [1 reference]

Cohasset Rocks, Massachusetts Bay [2 references]

Cohasset, Mass. [4 references]

Coimet, M. [1 reference]

Coins [12 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Coit v. Fitch [1 reference]

Coke, Sir Edward [7 references + 12 subentries]

Coke, Thomas William (member of Parliament) [1 reference]

Colbath, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Colbert, Jean Baptiste, Marquis de Torcy (French diplomat) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Colburn, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Stafford, Conn.) [1 reference]

Colchester, Conn. [1 reference]

Colchester, England [1 reference]

Colden, Cadwallader [2 references]

Cole(s), Mr. [1 reference]

Cole, John [See redirect]

Cole, of Providence, R.I. [1 reference]

Coleman [1 “see also” entry]

Coleman, Rev. Benjamin [1 reference]

Coleman, Mr. [1 reference]

Coleman, W. R. [1 reference]

Collas (Collins), Capt. Peter [2 references + 4 subentries]

Collateral estoppel, No. 10 [2 references]

Collé, Charles, La partie de chasse de Henri IV [3 references]

Collection of State Tracts, A [3 references]

Collector of Customs, duties of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

“College Houses” [See redirect]

College of Philadelphia [See redirect]

Colleges and universities [9 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Collie, Thomas (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Collier, Vice Adm. Sir George, R.N. [3 references + 1 subentry]

Collier, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Hartford, Conn.) [2 references]

Collins, Charles (brother of Isaac, Amer. prisoner) [1 reference]

Collins, Ezra (of Boston, brother of Stephen) [2 references]

Collins, Isaac (Amer. prisoner) [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Collins, Joseph [1 reference]

Collins, Mr. (Englishman in Boston) [1 reference]

Collins, Mr., Boston apothecary [1 reference]

Collins, Peaslee [1 reference]

Collins, Rev. Samuel (of Sandown, N.H.) [4 references]

Collins, Mrs. (wife of Samuel?) [1 reference]

Collins, Stephen [6 references + 7 subentries]

Collins, William (poet) [2 subentries]

Colloquium (defamation), defined [1 reference]

Collot d'Escury, Simeon Petrus, Baron [1 reference]

Colman, Capt., master of the Three Friends [1 reference]

Colman, Col. Daniel [1 reference]

Colman, George, and David Garrick, Clandestine Marriage [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Colman, George, the younger [1 “see also” entry]

Colman, John [1 reference]

Colman, or Coleman, Mr., carries letters from JA in York, Penn., to AA [1 reference]

Colman, Rev. Dr. [1 reference]

Cologn (Spanish packet) [1 reference]

Cologne (privateer) [1 reference]

Cologne, Germany [3 references]

Colombe, Mlle. [See redirect]

Colombi, Mr. [3 subentries]

Colonial Dames of America [1 reference]

Colonial agents [2 references]

Colonies, American [9 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Colson, Thomas [1 reference]

Colt v. Glover [2 references]

Colt, Daniel (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Coltane, Lord [1 subentry]

Colter, Mrs., leads Boston women in mobbing of Thomas Boylston [1 reference]

Colton, John [1 reference]

Coltyzer, Capt. [3 references]

Columbia University (formerly King's College) [11 references]

Columbia, Penn. [1 reference]

Columbian Centinel (Boston) [1 reference]

Columbian Mills, D.C. [2 “see also” entries]

Columbus (Continental ship of war) [6 references]

Columbus, Christopher [4 references]

Comasecont [See redirect]

Combe, Dr. (of England) [1 reference]

Comberbach, Roger, Report [1 reference]

Combret, M. (attorney) [2 references]

Comedy of Errors [See redirect]

Comets [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Comins, Jonas, of Worcester, grantee of land in Vermont [1 reference]

Comité (French ship) [2 references]

Commerce [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Commerce Committee [See redirect]

Commerce, Mass. privateer [1 reference]

Commercial law, cases concerning [2 references]

Commission of the Peace [1 reference]

Commissioners at Paris (2d joint commission) [3 references + 38 subentries + 10 “see also” entries]

Commissioners at Paris (1st joint commission) [4 references + 143 subentries + 12 “see also” entries]

Commissioners at Paris (3d joint commission) [2 subentries + 9 “see also” entries]

Commissioners of Customs and Excise (British) [3 references]

Commissioners to Canada [See redirect]

Commissions (brokerage) [4 references]

Commitment examination [3 subentries]

Committees of Correspondence (England and Ireland) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Committees of Correspondence [1 reference + 18 subentries]

Committees of safety [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Commodatum [2 subentries]

Common Sense [9 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Common cold [4 references]

Common counts in assumpsit [3 subentries]

Common lands [2 See redirects]

Common law [1 reference + 5 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Commoners, the [See redirect]

Commonplace Book, JA's [3 subentries]

Commonwealth [3 subentries]

Commonwealth vs. Jennison [1 reference]

Communion [2 subentries]

Communis Lex Angliae [See redirect]

Compagnie Impérial et Royale Privilégiée de Trieste & Fiume [1 reference]

Compendium of the Most Approved Modern Travels [2 references]

Compiègne, France [2 references]

Composition (customs), defined [1 reference]

Comptroller of Customs, duties of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Comyn, Michel (of Marseilles) [2 subentries]

Comyns, J., Baron [1 reference]

Comyns, Sir John, Digest of the Laws [5 references]

Conanicut Ferry, near Newport, R.I. [1 reference]

Conanicut Island, R.I. [4 references]

Conant, in Lorient, France [1 reference]

Concealment, in insurance application [2 subentries]

Conciliatory Acts [4 references + 6 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Concord (British brig) [3 references]

Concord (alleged Amer. privateer) [2 references]

Concord, Battle of [See redirect]

Concord, Mass. [19 references + 3 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Concord, N.H. [1 reference]

Concordia [See redirect]

Concordville, Penn. [1 reference]

Condé, Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de (1621-1686) [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Condé, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de (1692-1740) [7 references]

Condé, Louis Henri Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de (1756-1830) [1 reference]

Condé, Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de (1736-1818) [4 references]

Condé, Louis Marie d'Orleans, Princesse de (1750-1822) [1 reference]

Condé, Louise Adélaïde de Bourbon Condé, Princesse de [2 subentries]

Conder, T., English engraver [1 reference]

Condillac, Abbé Etienne Bonnot de [1 “see also” entry]

Condition precedent [3 subentries]

Condition, interpretation of, in No. 18 [2 references]

Condorcet, Marie Jean Caritot, Marquis de [6 subentries]

Condy, Rev. Jeremiah [1 reference]

Conestoga, Penn. [1 reference]

Confederacy (Continental frigate) [10 references + 5 subentries]

Confederation [4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Conference between Massachusetts and New York [1 reference]

Confession and avoidance, plea in [2 subentries]

Confession of crime [See redirect]

Conflicts of interest [2 subentries]

Confucius [1 reference]

Congregational Church [7 references + 8 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Congregational Separates, become Baptists to avoid taxes [1 reference]

Congregational ministers, characterized by JA as Ploughjogger [1 reference]

Congress (Penn. privateer) [2 references]

Congress (privateer) [1 reference]

Congress, Continental [See redirect]

Congress, The (captured brass mortar in Cambridge) [4 references]

Congress, U.S. [4 references + 3 “see also” entries]

Congreve, William [1 subentry]

Conlougnac & Cie. (Lorient mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Connecticut [13 references + 53 subentries]

Connecticut Farms, N.J. [5 references]

Connecticut River [17 references + 3 subentries]

Connecticut River region, N.H. [1 reference]

Connecticut Valley [1 reference]

Connecticut Wits [1 reference]

Conner, Charles, defendant, Form 1 [1 reference]

Conner, William, No. 56 [1 reference]

Connolly, Dr. John, identified [1 reference]

Connor, Timothy (Amer. prisoner) [1 reference]

Conolly, William (member of Parliament) [1 reference]

Conowingo, Md. [2 references]

Conquérant (French ship of the line) [2 references]

Conqueror (British ship of the line) [2 references]

Consanguinity [See redirect]

Conscience, liberty of, in Mass. Charter of 1691 [1 reference]

Conservation, cases concerning [1 reference]

“Conservative, A” [See redirect]

Consideration [7 subentries]

Consortium, action for loss of [1 reference]

Constable, William (N.Y. merchant) [1 reference]

Constables [2 references]

Constance (British ship) [1 reference]

Constance (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Constantine [1 reference]

Constantinople [3 references]

Constitution (U.S.N. frigate) [1 reference]

Constitution, British [5 references + 13 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Constitution, U.S. [10 subentries]

Constitutional Convention [6 references]

Constitutional Convention of Mass. (1779) [See redirect]

Constitutional Courant [1 reference]

Constitutional law [1 reference]

Constitutionalist (pseudonym) [1 subentry]

Constitutions [13 subentries]

Constitutions of the Several Independent States of America [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Consuetudines [See redirect]

Consuetudines Feudorum [1 reference]

Consuls [5 subentries]

Content (British merchant ship) [1 reference]

Content (home of Sir Jacob Wheate) [2 references]

Continental Army [2 references + 224 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Continental Association [3 references + 12 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Continental Board of War and Ordnance [2 references]

Continental Congress [2 references + 747 subentries + 16 “see also” entries]

Continental Journal (Boston) [4 references + 4 subentries]

Continental Loan Office [2 references]

Continental Lottery [See redirect]

Continental Navy [4 references + 107 subentries + 5 “see also” entries]

Continental currency [8 references + 12 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Continental ferry, near Fishkill, N.Y. [1 reference]

Continental flag [1 reference]

Continental notes [1 reference]

Continental post office [See redirect]

Continuance of actions [4 subentries]

Continuando (pleading term) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Contraband [6 references + 9 subentries]

Contract [5 subentries]

Contractors Bill (Brit.) [2 references]

Conturier [See redirect]

Convention Troops [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Convention of Saratoga [See redirect]

Convict, sale of [1 reference]

Convoys [6 references + 19 subentries]

Conway Cabal [5 references]

Conway, Francis Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp (lord chamberlain) [1 reference]

Conway, Gen. Henry Seymour, M.P. [3 references + 23 subentries]

Conway, Mr. (father of Thomas Conway) [2 references]

Conway, Maj. Gen. Thomas [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Conyngham, Capt. Gustavus (of the Revenge) [4 references + 7 subentries]

Cook, Capt. [See redirect]

Cook, Charles, brings rumors from North Carolina [1 reference]

Cook, Clarence, account of JA in Homes of American Statesmen [1 reference]

Cook, David (husband of Jane) [2 references]

Cook, Edward, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Cook, Capt. Henry (of the Marstrand) [1 reference]

Cook, Horace (son of Jane) [2 references]

Cook, Capt. James (British) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Cook, Jane Tyler (sister of Royall Tyler) [2 references]

Cook, Capt. Joseph(?) [1 reference]

Cook, Mary (daughter of Jane) [2 references]

Cooke, Dr. Elisha (politician, court clerk) [2 subentries]

Cooke, John [1 reference]

Cooke, Middlecott (Clerk of Suffolk Inferior Court) [6 references]

Cooke, Mrs. [1 reference]

Cooke, Gov. Nicholas (of R.I.) [5 references]

Cooke, Samuel [1 reference]

Cooke, Samuel (Harvard student) [1 reference]

Cookson, John, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Cookson, Samuel [1 reference]

Coolidge's Tavern, Watertown, Mass. [2 references]

Coolidge, Mr., conveys letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

Coolidge, tavernkeeper of Watertown, Mass. [1 reference]

Coombe, Rev. Thomas [6 references]

Coombs, Jane (Jenny) [2 references]

Coombs, Mary (Polly) [5 references]

Coombs, Capt. William [3 subentries]

Cooper, Abigail [See redirect]

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 3d Earl of Shaftesbury [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cooper, Capt. [1 reference]

Cooper, Capt. (of the Edward) [2 references]

Cooper, Joseph [1 reference]

Cooper, Judith [See redirect]

Cooper, Rev. Myles (N.Y. loyalist) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Cooper, Richard (nephew of Samuel) [1 reference]

Cooper, Judith Bulfinch (wife of Rev. Samuel) [5 references]

Cooper, Rev. Samuel (of Boston) [3 references + 76 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Cooper, William (brother of Rev. Samuel) [7 references + 8 subentries]

Coös (Coors, Cooss), N.H. [2 references]

Coote, Gen. Eyre (Brit.) [1 reference]

Copeland (father of Seth) [1 reference]

Copeland, Isaac [4 subentries]

Copeland, John [1 reference]

Copeland, Seth [1 reference]

Copenhagen, Denmark [21 references]

Copernican system [1 reference]

Copley family, in London [1 reference]

Copley, Elizabeth or Mary (daughter of John Singleton) [3 references]

Copley, John Singleton (Amer. artist) [2 references + 43 subentries]

Copley, Jonathan (son of John Singleton) [3 references]

Copley, Susanna Clarke (wife of John Singleton) [5 references + 8 subentries]

Copley, Susanna (daughter of John Singleton) [3 references]

Copp's Hill [See redirect]

Copper and coppersmiths [2 references + 1 subentry]

Copperas [2 references]

Copy of Letters Sent to Great-Britain [4 references]

Coquelle, Paris washerwoman [2 references]

Coram, Thomas [1 reference]

Corbet [See redirect]

Corbet (Corbit), Michael [5 references + 1 subentry]

Corbin, Mr., house in Va. sketched by Peale [1 reference]

Corbin, Thomas [1 reference]

Corbo, Spain [4 references]

Corbreson's Point, Antigua, W.I., fort at [1 reference]

Corcubión, Spain [1 reference]

Cordis, Capt., merchant of Haverhill [1 reference]

Cordis, Mr. (Boston tavernkeeper) [1 reference]

Córdoba (Cordova), Adm. Luis de (Spanish, commander of Franco-Spanish fleet) [9 references]

“Cordon bleu” [See redirect]

Cordouan, Tour de, France [4 references]

Corey, Mr. (Phila. breeches-maker) [1 reference]

Coriolanus, Gnaeus Marcius [2 references]

Cork, Ireland [5 references]

Cornabé, Pierre, & Fils Cie. (Leyden mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Cornaro family, painting of, by Titian [1 reference]

Corneille, Pierre [5 references]

“Cornelia” [See redirect]

Cornelia (sloop), seized in No. 45 [5 references]

Cornell, Ezekiel (R.I. member of Congress) [5 references]

Cornet, Mr. (envoy from Cologne at The Hague) [1 reference]

Cornic et fils (Morlaix merchants) [4 subentries]

Cornish, Rev. Joseph, publishes a letter from AA to Isaac Smith Jr. [1 reference]

Cornwall (British ship of the line) [3 references]

Cornwall, Charles Wolfran (speaker of House of Commons) [3 references]

Cornwall, Daniel, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [4 references]

Cornwall, England [3 references]

Cornwallis, Gen. Charles Cornwallis, 2d Earl (Brit.) [9 references + 51 subentries]

Cornwallis, Capt. William (British navy) [4 references]

Cornwallization [1 subentry]

Corny (Cornie), shipmaster in Bordeaux [2 references]

Corny, Anne Mangeot, Madame Ethis de (wife of Louis) [1 subentry]

Corny, Louis Dominique Ethis de (French writer) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Coro, Punta de (Paraguana Peninsula, Venezuela) [2 references]

Coroner, duties of [1 reference]

Corporations, formation of [1 reference]

Corpus Juris Canonici [4 references]

Corruption [2 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Corsica [7 references]

Corter, Harmon (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Coruña, La, Spain [17 references + 13 subentries]

Coryell's (Corell's) Ferry, N.J. [1 reference]

Cosin (Cossens), John [1 reference]

Cosmetics [4 subentries]

Cosmology, JA's comments on [4 references]

Cossens [See redirect]

Cossoul (Cassoul), Mr. (French merchant) [3 references]

Costentin, Berubé de [4 subentries]

Coster [See redirect]

Costs of suit [4 subentries]

Cosway, Maria Hadfield (artist) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cosway, Richard (husband of Maria) [1 subentry]

Cotenants [2 subentries]

Cotes, Francis [1 subentry]

Coth, Purkins [1 reference]

Cothrel, Anna, witness, No. 15 [2 references]

Cotter, John [1 reference]

Cotterell Dormer, Sir Clement [See redirect]

Cottineau de Kerloguin, Denis Nicolas, identified [1 reference]

Cottle, John, in No. 1 [3 references]

Cotton [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cotton Library (British Museum) [1 reference]

Cotton family, of Mass. [1 reference]

Cotton v. Jackson [2 references]

Cotton v. James [1 reference]

Cotton v. Nye [3 references]

Cotton v. Nye, No. 3 [5 references]

Cotton, Dr., of Boston [1 reference]

Cotton, Rev. John [3 references + 1 subentry]

Cotton, John, death of [2 references]

Cotton, John, register of deeds at Plymouth [3 references]

Cotton, Rev. Josiah [1 reference]

Cotton, Mary Dudley (wife of John) [1 reference]

Cotton, Roland (Rowland) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Cotton, Samuel, in Form IX [1 reference]

Cotton, Sarah [1 reference]

Couhé, France [2 references]

Coulougnac & Co. (Lyon mercantile firm) [1 subentry]

Council for New England [See redirect]

Council for Trade and Plantations [1 reference]

Council of Plymouth [See redirect]

Counsel [5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Counterclaim, No. 2 [1 reference]

Counterfeiting [12 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Countess of Eglington (British brigantine) [2 references]

Countess of Scarborough (British sloop of war) [4 references]

“Country,” concluding to the (pleading term) [3 subentries]

Counts, common [See redirect]

Counts, separate [See redirect]

Countway Medical Library [1 reference]

County Association Movement (England) [See redirect]

Cour des aides (royal tax court) [1 reference]

Courageuse (French frigate) [1 reference]

Courier de l'Amérique (French packet) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Courier de l'Europe (London newspaper) [22 references + 10 subentries]

Courier de l'Europe (French packet) [10 references + 2 subentries]

Courier du Bas Rhin (Cleves) [14 references + 3 subentries]

Courland, province of Poland [3 references]

Couronne (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Court de Gébelin, Antoine [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Court martial, naval, procedure followed in Admiralty criminal cases, No. 56 [2 references]

Court of Appeals in Cases of Capture [See redirect]

Court of Appeals, and Lusanna case [1 reference]

Court of Chancery, London [2 references]

Court of Commissioners [See redirect]

Courter, Capt. Harmon [3 references]

Courts (U.S. state) [12 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Courts of record [4 references]

Courts, executive [2 references]

Courtship [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Couteulx et Cie. [1 reference]

Coutourier (Conturier), Mr. (Bordeaux merchant) [2 references]

Covenant, action of [6 subentries]

Covenant, disjunctive [2 subentries]

Covenants [3 subentries]

Coventry, Conn. [1 reference]

Coventry, Lord George William, 6th Earl of [1 reference]

Cowell, John [2 subentries]

Cowen (Cowing), of Weymouth, Mass. [1 reference]

Cowes, Isle of Wight [6 references]

Cowley, Abraham [2 subentries]

Cowpens, Battle of [5 references]

Cowper, William [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cox (Cocks), Dr., of Philadelphia [3 references]

Cox Heath Camp, England [1 reference]

Cox v. Wheeler [1 reference]

Cox, Capt. (Conn. tavern owner) [1 reference]

Cox, James, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Cox, John, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [5 references]

Cox, William, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Coypel, Antoine (painter), fresco of [1 reference]

Cozeneau, William (Amer. prisoner) [2 references]

Crabeth, Dirk (Dutch artist) [1 reference]

Crabeth, Wouter (Dutch artist) [1 reference]

“Cracovie, Tree of” [5 references]

Cradock, George (Collector) [2 references]

Cradock, Matthew [2 references]

Craft, Book of Heraldry [1 reference]

Crafts, Capt. Edward [1 reference]

Crafts (Craft), Thomas (Suffolk County coroner) [1 reference]

Crafts, Col. Thomas, Jr. (of Boston) [7 references + 6 subentries]

Crafts, William, defendant, No. 33 [1 reference]

Craftsman [1 reference]

Craigie, Andrew [3 subentries]

Crain, Joseph (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Cranch family [9 references + 5 subentries]

Cranch, Andrew [1 reference]

Cranch, Mrs. (wife of Andrew) [1 reference]

Cranch, Christopher (of England) [1 reference]

Cranch, Ebbett (niece of Richard) [5 subentries]

Cranch, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Cranch, Elizabeth (1763-1811, niece of AA, often called “Betsy,” later wife of Jacob Norton) [124 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Cranch, John (1751-1821, nephew of Richard Cranch) [2 references + 12 subentries]

Cranch, Joseph (1746-1801, nephew of Richard) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Cranch, Lucy (1767-1846, niece of AA, later wife of John Greenleaf) [3 references + 72 subentries]

Cranch, Mary (sister of Richard) [See redirect]

Cranch, Mary Clemmens (wife of Robert) [1 reference]

Cranch, Mary Smith (1741-1811, sister of AA, wife of Richard) [8 references + 113 subentries]

Cranch, Miss, daughter of Andrew Cranch [1 reference]

Cranch, Mr. (son of Nathaniel Cranch) [1 reference]

Cranch, Nathaniel (d. 1780, nephew of Richard) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Cranch, Richard (1726-1811, husband of Mary Smith) [24 references + 162 subentries]

Cranch, Robert Garland (nephew of Richard) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cranch, William (1769-1855, nephew of AA) [68 subentries]

Cranch, William (of Brook, England) [1 reference]

Crane, Hannah [1 reference]

Crane, Col. John [4 references + 2 subentries]

Crane, Joseph [1 reference]

Crane, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Crane, Mr., housewright, AA's agent in Boston [2 references]

Crane, Mrs. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Crane, Stephen (delegate from N.J.) [1 reference]

Crane, Thomas [1 reference]

Cranjenschot, Jacobus Adrianus (Amsterdam bookseller) [1 reference]

Crapo, William W., publishes extracts from JQA's Diary [1 reference]

Crasna-Kabak, Russia [1 reference]

Craufurd, George (Brit. envoy to France) [5 references]

Crawford, Ann Spranger Barry (English actress) [1 reference]

Crawford, B. [1 reference]

Crawford, James, witness, No. 64 [3 references]

Crawford, Mr. [3 references]

Crawford, William (of Worcester, Mass.) [7 references + 3 subentries]

Crawford, William Harris [1 subentry]

Crawswell, Thomas, No. 64 [1 reference]

Créanci, at The Hague [1 reference]

Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de [4 references + 1 subentry]

Credibility, questions of for jury [2 See redirects]

Credit [18 subentries]

Creen, of Weymouth, Mass. [1 reference]

Creighton (British ship) [3 references]

Cremou, at The Hague [1 reference]

Cressop, Capt. Michael [1 reference]

Cresswell, Nicholas, Journal [1 reference]

Creutz, Gustaf Philip, Graf von (Swedish ambassador to France) [5 references]

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume Jean de (Hector St. John) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Crevier, Jean Baptiste Louis [1 subentry]

Crew, Robert [2 references]

Crillon-Mahon, Louis de Berton des Balbes de Quiers, Duc de (French) [1 reference]

Crime [1 reference]

Crimea [5 references + 3 subentries]

Crimes at sea, and benefit of clergy [1 reference]

Criminal conversation, action for, No. 23 [1 reference]

Criminal law [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Criminal pleading [3 See redirects]

Crocker, Andrew Savage, in No. 7 [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Crocker, Lemuel, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Crocker, Mr. (of Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Croix, Pieter Frederik de la (Dutch artist) [1 subentry]

Croke, Sir George [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Croker, Asa, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Croker, John Wilson [See redirect]

Crombay, William [1 reference]

Crommelin, Daniel (Amsterdam merchant) [7 references]

Crommelin, Daniel, & Son (Amsterdam banking firm) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Crommelin, Gulian [1 reference]

Crommelin, Mrs. (wife of young Mr.) [1 reference]

Crommelin, young Mr. [1 reference]

Crommett, Oliver (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Crompton, L'Authoritie et Jurisdiction des Court de la Maieste de la Royaume [1 reference]

Cromwell Foundation [See redirect]

Cromwell, Oliver [25 references + 2 subentries]

Cromwell, Thomas [1 reference]

Cronstadt, Russia [1 reference]

Crookshanks [See redirect]

Cropper, Col. John? (of Va.) [1 reference]

Crosbey [See redirect]

Crosby, Amos (H.C. 1786) [2 subentries]

Crosby, Dr. Ebenezer (Columbia College professor) [10 references]

Crosby, Edward [3 references]

Crosby, Elizabeth Anne (daughter of Joseph) [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Crosby, Elizabeth Soper (wife of Joseph, Jr.) [2 references]

Crosby, Joseph, Jr. [3 references + 2 subentries]

Crosby, Joseph (Braintree justice) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Crosby, Mary [See redirect]

Cross Island, Mass. [1 reference]

Cross examination [3 subentries]

Crossman, Henry [1 reference]

Crosswell (Crosbey), Joseph, witness, No. 64 [4 references]

Croswell, Mr., conveys letter to JA [2 references]

Crouch, Anna Maria Phillips (Brit. actress) [3 references]

Crouch, Lt. [1 reference]

Crowell, Jabez, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Crowell (Crowels), John, witness, No. 43 [6 references]

Crowl, Mr., witness, No. 57 [1 reference]

Crown, British [6 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Crown Law [1 reference]

Crown Point, N.Y. [3 references + 5 subentries]

Crown lands, proposed seizure of [2 references]

Crowningshield v. Lee, No. 11 [5 references]

Crowningshield, John, in Nos. 10 and 11 [2 references]

Crowningshield, Mrs. (wife of John), plaintiff, No. 11 [1 reference]

Croy, Philip, Duke of Areschot [1 reference]

Cruelty, extreme [See redirect]

Cruger, Henry, M.P. [6 references]

Cruger, John [1 reference]

Cruikshanks (Crookshanks, Cruckshanks), Alexander, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [5 references]

Cuba [1 reference]

Cubières, Michel de [1 reference]

Cudworth, Benjamin (deputy sheriff) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Cudworth, Ralph [1 subentry]

Cullen, Capt., master of the John [1 reference]

Culloden (British ship of the line) [4 references]

Culloden (Scotland), Battle of [2 references]

Cullown, David (master of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Cumberland (Amer. privateer) [2 references]

Cumberland County, Mass. (now Maine) [8 references + 4 subentries]

Cumberland County, N.Y. (now Windsor and Windham cos., Vt.) [1 reference]

Cumberland and Lincoln Superior Court (Falmouth) [6 references]

Cumberland, Duke of [See redirect]

Cumberland, Duke of [See redirect]

Cumberland, Maine [1 reference]

Cumberland, Mass. privateer [1 reference]

Cumberland, Richard [4 references + 4 subentries]

Cuming, John, identified [1 reference]

Cumming & McCarty (Lorient mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Cumming, Rev. Alexander [1 reference]

Cummings, James (Lorient merchant) [6 references]

Cummings & Nesbit (U.S. firm in Lorient) [1 reference]

Cummings, Boston printer [1 reference]

Cunningham [2 “see also” entries]

Cunningham, Ann Boylston [See redirect]

Cunningham, Archibald, carries off property at evacuation of Boston [1 reference]

Cunningham, Elizabeth Boylston (1717-1769, wife of James, aunt of JA) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Cunningham, James (1721-1795, uncle of JA) [3 subentries]

Cunningham, James (gov. of Barbados) [2 references]

Cunningham, Messrs., brothers of Ann Boylston Cunningham Trott [1 reference]

Cunningham, Miss, of New London, Conn. [1 reference]

Cunningham, Mr., carries letters between JA and AA [3 references]

Cunningham, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Cunningham, Peter (1750-1827, son of James and cousin of JA) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Cunningham, Peter, witness, No. 63 [3 references]

Cunningham, Ruth [See redirect]

Cunningham, Timothy [2 subentries]

Cunningham, William [1 reference]

Cunningham, William (Brit. officer) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cunningham, of London [1 reference]

Cupid [3 references]

Curaçao [9 references]

Curfew [See redirect]

Currency [23 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Curson & Governeur (St. Eustatius mercantile firm) [1 subentry]

Curson, Samuel (St. Eustatius merchant) [14 references + 1 subentry]

Curtenius, Peter T. [1 reference]

Curtis, Bezaliel [2 subentries]

Curtis, Maj. Israel (of Conn.) [1 reference]

Curtis, John (of Braintree) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Curtis, Joseph, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Curtis, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Stratford, Conn.) [1 reference]

Curtis, Naby [1 reference]

Curtis, Neddie [1 reference]

Curtis, Patty [1 reference]

Curtis, S., of Braintree [1 reference]

Curtis, Samuel (Amer. prisoner) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Curtius, Mettus (early Roman patriot) [1 reference]

Curwen, Samuel [2 references]

Cushing, Anna Williams (mother of Prentice) [1 reference]

Cushing, Caleb [2 references]

Cushing, Capt. Charles, elected to General Court [1 reference]

Cushing, Charles [8 references + 2 subentries]

Cushing, Charles (son of Charles) [1 reference]

Cushing, Deacon, of Mass., appearance of [1 reference]

Cushing, Deborah Fletcher (wife of Thomas) [6 references]

Cushing, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Cushing, Hannah Phillips (wife of William) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Cushing, Hawk., witness, No. 16 [1 reference]

Cushing, Rev. Jacob (father of Prentice) [1 reference]

Cushing, Jacob, Jr., talesman, No. 64 [1 reference]

Cushing, James, witness, No. 15 [1 reference]

Cushing, Rev. Job, identified [1 reference]

Cushing, John (husband of Lucy Thaxter) [6 references]

Cushing, John (judge) [8 subentries]

Cushing, Mrs. (wife of John) [1 reference]

Cushing, John D. [1 reference]

Cushing, Lucy (daughter of Lucy Thaxter) [2 subentries]

Cushing, Lucy Thaxter (1760-1786, wife of John, cousin of AA) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Cushing, Matthew [1 reference]

Cushing, Mr. [1 reference]

Cushing, Mr., son of Thomas, of Waltham [1 reference]

Cushing, Mrs. (of Hingham, Mass.) [1 reference]

Cushing, Nathan [2 references]

Cushing, Prentice (of Waltham) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Cushing, Capt. Robert (of Boston) [4 references + 9 subentries]

Cushing, Thomas (Mass. politician) [2 references + 57 subentries]

Cushing, Thomas, Jr. [1 reference]

Cushing, Judge William [12 references + 23 subentries]

Cushman, Joshua (H.C. 1787) [7 subentries]

Cussy, Mr. [1 reference]

Custine, Adam Philippe, Vicomte de (French navy) [1 reference]

Custis, Eleanor Calvert (wife of John Parke), in Cambridge [1 reference]

Custis, John Parke [2 subentries]

Custis, Martha Dandridge [See redirect]

Custis, Martha Parke [See redirect]

Custom [5 subentries]

Custom of merchants [2 subentries]

Customs [16 subentries]

Customs Commissioners, American Board of [11 subentries]

Customs Commissioners, English [3 subentries]

Customs officers [4 references + 6 subentries]

Customs service [4 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Cutler v. Pierpont and Davis [1 reference]

Cutler, Benjamin Clarke (merchant) [2 references]

Cutler, Ebenezer [2 references]

Cutler, John [1 reference]

Cutler, Rev. Manasseh [2 references + 1 subentry]

Cutler, Mr. [1 reference]

Cutler, Samuel (Newburyport merchant) [3 subentries]

Cutler, Rev. Timothy [2 references]

Cutler, William (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Cutt v. Meservey [1 reference]

Cutt, John [1 reference]

Cutt, Mr., conveys letter to JA [1 reference]

Cutter, Ammi R. [1 reference]

Cutting, Dr. [1 reference]

Cutting, Dr. John Brown (1755-1831, of N.Y.) [1 reference + 12 subentries]

Cutting, Capt. Nathaniel [2 subentries]

Cutts, Anna (Nancy, of Holyoke) [2 references]

Cutts, Charles (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Cutts, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Cutts, Elizabeth Eppes [See redirect]

Cutts, Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Cuyler, Mr. [1 reference]

Cuzco, Peru [1 reference]

Cuznow [See redirect]

Cybele (mythical) [1 reference]

Cyrus (British privateer) [1 reference]

Cyrus the Great [1 reference]

Cytherea [2 references]

Czarskozelo, Russia, summer residence of Empress [2 references]