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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | C |  Commissioners at Paris (2d joint commission)

References

From James Lovell, 14 December 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:413]

From Francis Dana, 25 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:163]

From Jean de Neufville & Fils, 21 March 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:225]+

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– 3d joint mission (to negotiate treaties of amity and commerce, 1783-1785): establishment of [16 references]

– Congress debates reconsideration of instructions to [1 reference]

– Congress refers all peace proposals to [2 references]

– Franklin summons to Paris [3 references]

– French role in negotiations of [3 references]

– JA hopes instructions to prohibit truce [1 reference]

– JA on Congress' replacement of his sole commission with [2 references]

– JA on fellow commissioners [1 reference]

– JA's points for Definitive Treaty [1 reference]

– JA's possible resignation from [3 references]

– Jay reportedly resigns over instructions to [1 reference]

– Jay's views [2 references]

– Jefferson fails to serve as [1 reference]

– Jefferson rejects appointment to [1 reference]

– Laurens and [1 reference]

– Laurens reportedly will not serve as [9 references]

– Ridley's journal accounts of conversations with JA about [2 references]

– all expected to participate in negotiations [1 reference]

– anonymous letters seek to divide [3 references]

– appointment of [3 references]

– appointment of secretary for [4 references]

– appointment of secy. to [8 references]

– appointments and instructions [4 references]

– commission and instructions for [5 references]

– declaration of armistice [1 reference]

– depleted funds of [1 reference]

– establishment of [16 references]

– franking privileges of [1 reference]

– instructed to defer to France in peace negotiations [6 references]

– instructions to [3 references]

– likelihood of being admitted to general peace conference [1 reference]

– negotiation and signing of Definitive Treaty [1 reference]

– negotiation and signing of Preliminary Treaty at Paris [1 reference]

– obtain British recognition of U.S. [4 references]

– painting of, at preliminary peace negotiation [2 references]

– report to Congress on Preliminary Treaty [1 reference]

– role in peace negotiations [4 references]

– signatures on Definitive Treaty [2 references]

See Also

See also names of individual commissioners [link unavailable]

See also JA—Public Life

See also Continental Congress

See also Deane, Silas

See also Franklin, Benjamin

See also Lee, Arthur

See also Jay, John

See also Laurens, Henry

See also Treaties

See also under the names of individual countries to whom Commissioners were accredited [link unavailable]