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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | D |  Deane, Silas (of Conn.)

References

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 20 May 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:164]+

Elbridge Gerry to Abigail Adams, 16 April 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:321]

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Cranch, 3 December 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:9]

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:368]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 2:149]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 2:222]

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– Commissioners to receive letters addressed to [2 references]

– Conn. delegate in Continental Congress [2 references]

– French mission [4 references]

– Gérard supports against A. Lee [1 reference]

– Izard's opinion of [1 reference]

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– W. MacCreery on [1 reference]

– accounts as commissioner [2 references]

– accounts of [7 references]

– address “To the Free and Virtuous Citizens of America” [17 references]

– agreement with Tronson du Coudray for troops [3 references]

– alleged intercepted letters published [5 references]

– and Bancroft [3 references]

– and Beaumarchais [1 reference]

– and Broglie's scheme to assume command of army [2 references]

– and Carmichael [4 references]

– and Continental Navy [1 reference]

– and Henry Laurens [1 reference]

– and Holker family [1 reference]

– and JA [4 references]

– and JA's plan of sole minister to France [1 reference]

– and James Smith [1 reference]

– and John Paul Jones [2 references]

– and McFingal [1 reference]

– and Monthly Review [1 reference]

– and Mottin de La Balme [1 reference]

– and T. Morris [3 references]

– and Tronson du Coudray [1 reference]

– and William Carmichael [2 references]

– and deletion of Arts. 11 and 12 from Treaty of Amity and Commerce [1 reference]

– and negotiation of Franco-American treaties [2 references]

– and privateers Boston and Hancock [1 reference]

– and the Adamses [3 references]

– apparent treachery results in frigate Deane being renamed the Hague [1 reference]

– appointment of foreign officers by [8 references]

– as Amer. Commissioner [3 references]

– as naval agent [1 reference]

– at Spa [2 references]

– attempt to publish negative accounts of Amer. affairs [1 reference]

– bust of [3 references]

– code name [1 reference]

– comments on [12 references]

– commercial ventures in France [5 references]

– commission to negotiate Franco-Amer. treaties [2 references]

– congress considers charges against [11 references]

– controversy with Arthur Lee [15 references]

– dispute with A. Lee [7 references]

– election as Commissioner (1776) [2 references]

– expresses anti-U.S. sentiments [1 reference]

– financial and commercial transactions as Commissioner [7 references]

– financial dealings with W. Hodge [4 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– impact of address in Europe [4 references]

– in Continental Congress [13 references]

– in JA's accounts [2 references]

– intercepted letter from Simeon Deane published [3 references]

– joint commissioner to France [5 references]

– last years [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1775) [1 reference]

– letter from Robert Morris [1 reference]

– letter revealing Franklin's appointment as minister to France [3 references]

– letter to Franklin [2 references]

– letters to Congress from Paris [1 reference]

– mentioned [45 references]

– merchant of Wethersfield, Conn. [2 references]

– newspaper controversy with Paine [4 references]

– on Bancroft [2 references]

– on Dana's mission to Russia [2 references]

– on Franklin [1 reference]

– on H. Williamson as a spy [1 reference]

– on committees with JA [13 references]

– personality and character [3 references]

– plans to return to France [6 references]

– predicts British victory [1 reference]

– presentation to Louis XVI (1778) [1 reference]

– proposed as minister to Netherlands [1 reference]

– reactions to replacement of, as delegate [2 references]

– recall as commissioner to France [1 reference]

– recall of [20 references]

– recalled and replaced by JA as joint commissioner to France [1 reference]

– recalled from joint commission [8 references]

– recommends large fleet [1 reference]

– relations with Edward Bancroft [4 references]

– relations with Franklin [2 references]

– relations with Hancock [1 reference]

– relationship with A. Lee [4 references]

– relationship with Dumas [7 references]

– relationship with Franklin [4 references]

– renaming of Deane to Hague and [1 reference]

– replaced as delegate to the congress [2 references]

– reports from France [1 reference]

– returns to America [6 references]

– returns to Europe and advocates renunciation of independence for America [3 references]

– returns to France [6 references]

– rumored plans to live in Brussels [1 reference]

– seeks to reconcile accounts [1 reference]

– signs Franco-Amer. treaties [1 reference]

– standing with the French court [3 references]

– suggests “American Curiosities” to be sent to France as gifts [1 reference]

– travels [4 references]

– visits Dana [1 reference]

– “To the Free and Virtuous Citizens of America” [10 references]

– “intercepted” letters of [1 reference]

See Also

See also American Commissioners