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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | D |  Digges, Thomas (of Md. and London)

References

The Commissioners’ Accounts with Ferdinand Grand: Doit Compte des Etats Unis par Messieurs Franklin, Lee et Adams chez Fd. Grand, 12 November 1778 – 11 February 1779 [Papers of John Adams 7:211]

The Commissioners’ Accounts with Ferdinand Grand: Doit Compte des Etats Unis par Messieurs Franklin, Lee et Adams chez Fd. Grand, 12 November 1778 – 11 February 1779 [Papers of John Adams 7:214]+

The Comte de Vergennes to John Adams: A Translation, 21 February 1779 [Papers of John Adams 7:424]+

From Edmund Jenings, 6 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:12]+

To the Marquis de Lafayette, 21 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:67]

To Robert R. Livingston, 18 August 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:249]

To Robert R. Livingston, 6 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:433]

To Robert R. Livingston, 6 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:436]

Subentries

Adventures of Alonzo [1 reference]

– Franklin accuses of embezzling funds for prisoners [2 references]

– H. Laurens' meeting with JA as means to confirm report of [1 reference]

– JA sends Vergennes letters from [5 references]

– JA urges meeting with Franklin and Vergennes [3 references]

– JA's secret correspondent in London [1 reference]

– Lafayette cautions JA against [1 reference]

– Letters [6 subentries]

– Rocking- ham ministry's doubts about [1 reference]

– account of West Indian hurricane [1 reference]

– aids U.S. prisoners [2 references]

– and J. Trumbull's arrest [3 references]

– and alleged reasons for Congress' appointment of joint peace commission [2 references]

– and embezzlement of funds for American prisoners [2 references]

– and escape of J. S. Tyler [2 references]

– and publication of material from JA [2 references]

– arrest of [1 reference]

– assistance to Ryan and McCarty [3 references]

– assists prisoners of war [4 references]

– carries letters to JA [2 references]

– conceals Amer. identity [1 reference]

– corr. with JA [1 reference]

– correspondence with Franklin [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [20 references]

– finances of [2 references]

– identified [3 references]

– in JA's accounts [2 references]

– in Paris [1 reference]

– introduces Sarley to JA [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1782) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1780) [2 references]

– letters to JA listed (1780) [2 references]

– meeting with JA [24 references]

– mentioned [8 references]

– on Americans in England [3 references]

– on Arnold's treason [2 references]

– on British capture of portion of French East Indian fleet [1 reference]

– on British military and naval operations [27 references]

– on British peace efforts [4 references]

– on British politics and events [22 references]

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

– on Laurens' commission [2 references]

– on U.S. military situation [1 reference]

– on actions of Sir Joseph Yorke [1 reference]

– on deployment of French and Spanish navies [4 references]

– on news from America [7 references]

– on popular support for Rockingham ministry [2 references]

– on prospects for peace [3 references]

– on seizure of Dutch ships [1 reference]

– on situation in Britain [2 references]

– portrait of [2 references]

– proposed meeting with Franklin [3 references]

– pseudonyms [1 reference]

– receives Report of a Constitution [4 references]

– recommends S. Hartley [2 references]

– refers to George III as “White Eyes” [1 reference]

– reports Laurens' capture [1 reference]

– reports on Laurens' capture and captivity [18 references]

– requests material for publication in Remembrancer [1 reference]

– returns to London from Amsterdam [2 references]

– seized papers of [3 references]

– sends JA printed material [36 references]

– sends books and pamphlets to JA [4 references]

– suspicious of bills drawn on Laurens [1 reference]

– terms for negotiations implied by [1 reference]

– unable to meet with H. Laurens [1 reference]

– use of pseudonyms by [5 references]

– uses pseudonym “W. S. Church” as JA's secret informant [3 references]

– volunteers to represent U.S. in Portugal [1 reference]

– wants to leave England [1 reference]