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References

Introduction [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:liii]

Introduction [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:liv]

Introduction [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:lxii]

From Joseph Palmer, 31 October 1775 [Papers of John Adams 3:266]+

From Joseph Ward, 28 July 1776 [Papers of John Adams 4:419]+

From Henry Laurens, with Appended Note of John Adams to Richard Cranch, 5 January 1778 [Papers of John Adams 5:382]+

Introduction [Papers of John Adams 7:xxvi]

From James Warren, 13 June 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:94]+

To Elbridge Gerry, 11 September 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:143]+

To James Moylan, 22 February 1780 [Papers of John Adams 8:351]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 9:430]+

To the President of Congress, No. 87, 26 June 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:478]

To Joshua Johnson, 1 July 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:494]+

From William Gordon, 19 October 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:288]

To Elbridge Gerry, 16 June 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:378]+

From James Lovell, 21 June 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:383]+

Introduction [Papers of John Adams 11:xviii]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:152]+

To M. Baraux, 7 April 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:394]+

Guide to Editorial Apparatus [Papers of John Adams 12:xx]

From John Thaxter, 30 June 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:140]+

From Francis Dana, 1 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:141]+

From John van Heukelom & Zoon, 1 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:142]+

Introduction [Papers of John Adams 13:xxiv]

Subentries

– AA mentions as possible successor to Winthrop at Harvard [2 references]

– AA on as a teacher [1 reference]

– AA sends goods to [4 references]

– AA wants letters from [1 reference]

– AA2 wishes Tyler to return her letters and miniature to [1 reference]

– Adams brothers board with [10 references]

– Braintree residence near Christ Church [1 reference]

– Devonshire as home to family of [1 reference]

– Dutch intelligence communicated to newspapers through [4 references]

– European goods purchased through JA [9 references]

– JA corresponds with, about choice of a career [1 reference]

– JA on [3 references]

– JA requests to read letters to AA [1 reference]

– JA values opinion of [1 reference]

– JA wants his help in founding a “philosophical society” in Boston [1 reference]

– JA's affection for [1 reference]

– JA's library left in care of [1 reference]

– JA’s books and papers left in care of [1 reference]

– JQA comments on [2 references]

– JQA lodges with, in Braintree [2 references]

– JQA reunited with JA at home of [1 reference]

– JQA visits [14 references]

– JQA's opinion of [1 reference]

– Letters [30 subentries]

– Royall Tyler and [5 references]

– TBA's admission to Harvard [1 reference]

– Tyler lodges with, in Braintree [4 references]

– WSS compared to [1 reference]

– William Cranch compared to [1 reference]

– addresses letter from Mary Cranch [1 reference]

– advises JA on career [1 reference]

– alludes to David Garrick, The Lying Valet [1 reference]

– and AA2-Tyler engagement [1 reference]

– and American Philosophical Society [1 reference]

– and Hannah Quincy [4 references]

– and JQA [6 references]

– and Lovell cipher [6 references]

– and Quincy genealogy [1 reference]

– and Vt. lands [1 reference]

– and care of Adams children [4 references]

– and the Vassall-Borland house (Old House) [2 references]

– appearance described [1 reference]

– appearance of [2 references]

– approves CA's college expenses [1 reference]

– arrangements for son's education [1 reference]

– as co-executor of Rev. William Smith's estate [3 references]

– as inventor [1 reference]

– as judge for Court of Common Pleas [2 references]

– asks JA to help raise money to rebuild Charlestown [1 reference]

– assists Robert Garland Cranch [2 references]

– attends Harvard commencement [2 references]

– attends Inferior and General Courts [1 reference]

– autographs book in JA's library [1 reference]

– birthplace and relatives in England [2 references]

– boards at William Foster's [3 references]

– brings JQA's furniture to Harvard [1 reference]

– business with Dutch merchants and bankers [4 references]

– buys and farms land in Braintree [5 references]

– cared for Rev. William Smith [1 reference]

– comments on JA's exertions of mind [1 reference]

– comments on Royall Tyler [2 references]

– communicates JA's views on fishing rights [1 reference]

– conducts glass manufactory in Braintree [1 reference]

– conducts glassworks in Germantown with Palmer [3 references]

– confusion over visiting card sent by AA [1 reference]

– congratulates AA2 on her marriage [1 reference]

– contemplates moving because of failing business [2 references]

– converses in foreign languages with JQA [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [12 references]

– correspondence with Charles Storer [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [10 references]

– correspondence with Mary Cranch [1 reference]

– courtship and marriage [2 references]

– dines with JQA at James Foster's [1 reference]

– dines with Peter Adams [1 reference]

– dropped from legislature [1 reference]

– elected to state senate [1 reference]

– employment possibilities for [1 reference]

– entertained by French officers [1 reference]

– examines JA's account [2 references]

– financial situation of [2 references]

– forwards letters to Haverhill [2 references]

– friendship with Peter Boylston Adams [1 reference]

– gets justice of the peace commission for P. B. Adams [4 references]

– health and illnesses [11 references]

– health of [1 reference]

– helps JQA with trunks [1 reference]

– home of [1 reference]

– homes of [6 references]

– hopes JA returns to state politics [6 references]

– house and business on Hanover Street, Boston [6 references]

– identified [4 references]

– ill health of [2 references]

– in Boston [14 references]

– in Haverhill [1 reference]

– in JA's financial accounts [1 reference]

– in cardmaking business [1 reference]

– in watchmaking business [4 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [10 references]

– inquires about Braintree land purchase for JA [1 reference]

– letter from AA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1784) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1786) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1787) [1 reference]

– letters in Adams Family Correspondence [1 reference]

– letters to JA listed (1786) [2 references]

– like a brother to JA [2 references]

– loses election [2 references]

– mechanical ability of [2 references]

– mentioned [125 references]

– near fatal illness [6 references]

– offered as escort to Mrs. Lovell [1 reference]

– on Adoniram Judson [1 reference]

– on Charles River Bridge [1 reference]

– on JA's diplomatic achievements [2 references]

– on JA's plans for sugar trade [1 reference]

– on Mass. politics and economy [2 references]

– on William and Catharine Louisa Smith [1 reference]

– on coal mines [1 reference]

– on confiscation of loyalist property [1 reference]

– on dancing schools [1 reference]

– on desalination of water [1 reference]

– on fashion [1 reference]

– on mercantile dependence of U.S. on Britain [1 reference]

– on music [1 reference]

– on origin of springs [1 reference]

– on severity of snowstorm [1 reference]

– on water pumps and canals [3 references]

– opens AA's letter to wife [1 reference]

– personality and character [3 references]

– plans to move from Boston to Braintree [2 references]

– political activities of [6 references]

– portrait of [2 references]

– proposes to act as commission merchant for European exporters [6 references]

– receives Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia [2 references]

– recovery [3 references]

– recuperating [1 reference]

– relationship to Adamses and Palmers [1 reference]

– relationship with Adams brothers [4 references]

– rents lodgings and office to Royall Tyler [4 references]

– representative in General Court [5 references]

– residence and business in Salem, Mass. [2 references]

– returns to Braintree [1 reference]

– returns to Braintree from Boston [1 reference]

– salary of [5 references]

– secures family retreat against British invasion [1 reference]

– seeks advancement for Nathaniel Cranch [2 references]

– sends Elizabeth Cranch to learn the harpsichord [1 reference]

– sends chocolate to AA [5 references]

– sends letters and goods to Adamses [3 references]

– sends political and religious pamphlets and papers to JA [6 references]

– serves in senate [1 reference]

– severe illness [1 reference]

– teaches AA French [1 reference]

– to buy a violin for son [1 reference]

– to send information and news to JA [2 references]

– translates French letter [1 reference]

– visits Cambridge [4 references]

– visits Harvard as member of board of overseers [1 reference]

– visits JQA at Harvard [6 references]

– visits with Shaws [6 references]