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References

Oliver Whipple’s Minutes of the Argument: New Hampshire Court Maritime, Portsmouth, 16 December 1777 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:393]

Adams’ Minutes of Josiah Quincy’s Opening for the Defense: 29 November 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:158]+

Josiah Quincy’s Opening for the Defense: 29 November 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:166]

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– AA on [3 references]

– AA wishes to see all aspects of [1 reference]

– AA2 on [1 reference]

– Amer. Revolution's effect on [2 references]

– Amer. commercial style contrasted with [2 references]

– Amer. credit and efforts to raise loans in [11 references]

– Amer. diplomats in [2 references]

– Amer. diplomats needed at courts of [1 reference]

– Amer. efforts to borrow money in [11 references]

– Amer. finances compared with [4 references]

– Amer. trade with [7 references]

– Americans in [7 references]

– Britain's isolation in [5 references]

– British isolation from [4 references]

– Charles Storer on [1 reference]

– Deane on lack of support in for Amer. cause [1 reference]

– Dutch position in [2 references]

– France unwilling to share intelligence on [1 reference]

– JA comments on judgment of leaders of [2 references]

– JA on diplomatic ceremony and titles in [2 references]

– JA on effect of lack of Amer. news on [1 reference]

– JA on its complicity in Britain's attempt to enslave America [1 reference]

– JA on political intrigue in [1 reference]

– JA on political situation in [9 references]

– JA on politics and diplomacy as practiced in [1 reference]

– JA on rumors of dissention between Americans in [1 reference]

– JA on rumors spread by British in [3 references]

– JA's efforts to inform about Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– Livingston's lack of knowledge of political situation in [1 reference]

– Royall Tyler considers visiting [1 reference]

– Russia and possibility of general war in [1 reference]

– U.S. recognition by and treaties with nations of [1 reference]

– U.S. seeks to avoid political entanglements with [9 references]

– U.S. should avoid involvement in wars of [1 reference]

– U.S. trade and [2 references]

– U.S. trade with [2 references]

– William Langborn walks across [2 references]

– accepts rise of U.S. as political and economic power [14 references]

– and Amer. institutions [5 references]

– and alteration of the law of nations [3 references]

– and armed neutrality [5 references]

– and consequences of Anglo-Dutch peace [1 reference]

– and revaluation of Amer. currency [8 references]

– and settlement of Anglo-American conflict [1 reference]

– and the American Revolution [3 references]

– and wider war [1 reference]

– as market for U.S. agricultural products [2 references]

– as threat to Amer. morals and republican virtue [4 references]

– assessment of U.S. as military threat [5 references]

– attitude toward Amer. independence in [18 references]

– attitude toward Anglo-French war [1 reference]

– attitude toward U.S. in [1 reference]

– balance of power in [10 references]

– borrowing by European nations in [3 references]

– compared to U.S. [10 references]

– compared with U.S. [5 references]

– compatibility of Amer. agriculture, manufacturing, and commerce with [6 references]

– conditions in [5 references]

– conflict between American interests and [1 reference]

– consequences of British victory or Anglo-Amer. reconciliation [2 references]

– danger of Anglo-American reconciliation to [2 references]

– demolition of barrier fortresses and balance of power in [1 reference]

– education in [2 references]

– effect of Amer. Revolution on [1 reference]

– effect of Amer. independence on [3 references]

– effect of Amer. political and military events on [6 references]

– effect of British intensification of war on [1 reference]

– effect of Dutch recognition of U.S. on [2 references]

– effect of Hanseatic League on commercial development of [2 references]

– effect of U.S. victory at Yorktown on [2 references]

– emigration to U.S. [1 reference]

– evolution of alliance systems in [1 reference]

– fear growing power of U.S. [2 references]

– ignorance of U.S. in [4 references]

– impact of Amer. Revolution on political situation of [1 reference]

– importance of rank in [1 reference]

– integration of U.S. into economic system of [7 references]

– interest in free trade with U.S. [8 references]

– lack of U.S. money in [1 reference]

– lack of news from [1 reference]

– mentioned [3 references]

– nations oppose British plans in America [1 reference]

– need for Amer. ministers in [6 references]

– need for commercial treaties between U.S. and countries of [1 reference]

– need for servants in [1 reference]

– need to publicize progress of Amer. cause in [6 references]

– opposition to British commercial and maritime policies [9 references]

– political situation in [2 references]

– population compared with U.S. [2 references]

– possible war in [4 references]

– precedents for diplomatic recognition in [1 reference]

– preparations for war in [3 references]

– probable reaction to execution of Asgill in [1 reference]

– prospect for Amer. loans in [1 reference]

– publication of Mass. Constitution in [2 references]

– reaction to Deane's address in [3 references]

– recognition of U.S. by nations of [4 references]

– recognition of U.S. independence by nations of [8 references]

– reform of commercial system [2 references]

– refutation of Anglomany in [1 reference]

– relationships between courts of [1 reference]

– reports of JA's 2d mission spread in [1 reference]

– status of U.S. diplomats in [2 references]

– sugar trade in [2 references]

– support for Amer. cause in [5 references]

– support for French position on America in [1 reference]

– trade in [1 reference]

– trade with U.S. [3 references]

– unreliability of newspapers in [1 reference]

– view of Franco-American treaties in [4 references]

– “the poor Man's Wisdom is despised” in [2 references]

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See also JA—Opinions and Beliefs—Europe