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“F.” [See redirect]

Faber, Basilius (German classical scholar) [1 subentry]

Fabius and “Fabian Systems” [2 references]

Fabius (Roman general) [1 reference]

Fabric [1 reference + 16 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Fabricius Luscinis, Gaius [2 references]

Factionalism, JA on [5 references]

Factorage or carriage [2 subentries]

Faculté de Médecine de Paris [1 reference]

Faden, William (cartographer) [1 reference]

Fagan, M. [1 reference]

Fagel, Casper (17th-century grand pensionary) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Fagel, Hendrik (secy. of the States General) [10 references + 11 subentries]

Fagel family [2 references]

Fagerwick, Finland [1 reference]

Fahrenheit's thermometer [2 references]

Fahrenheit, Gabriel Daniel [1 reference]

Fair Lady (brigantine) [1 reference]

Fair American (S.C. privateer) [3 references]

“Fair American, the” [2 subentries]

Fair Play (Mass. privateer brigantine) [8 references + 1 subentry]

Fairbanks v. Brown [1 reference]

Fairfax, George William (Amer. expatriate) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Fairfax, Sarah Cary (wife of George) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Fairfield [1 “see also” entry]

Fairfield, Conn. [11 references]

Fairfield, Mrs. [1 reference]

Fairholme & Luther, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Fairman, Abraham (prisoner at Dinan, France) [2 references]

Fairservice, Mr., carries letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

Fairy (British sloop) [3 references]

Fairy tales [1 reference]

Faissolle (Fessoles) de Villeblanche, Jean François Xavier de [1 reference]

Falconer, Nathaniel [2 references]

Faleisen (Felleisen), M. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Fales, Timothy [2 references]

Falkenstein, Count (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Falkirk, Scotland [1 reference]

Falkland (Faulkland), Lord [1 reference]

Falkland Islands [4 references]

Falkner, Capt. [1 reference]

Fall fever (typhoid?) [2 references]

Fallen (Fallon), Andrew [2 references]

Falls, James (officer of the Ranger) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Falmouth (now Portland), Maine [9 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Falmouth, England [9 references]

Falmouth, Mass. [2 references]

Fame (Mass. privateer, captured by British) [8 references]

Familiar Letters of John and Abigail Adams [2 references]

Fancy (Mass. privateer brigantine) [1 reference]

Fane, Francis (judge) [1 reference]

Faneuil Hall [See redirect]

Faneuil, M. (French officer) [2 references]

Fanning, Nathaniel (midshipman on Alliance) [1 reference]

Fantasque (French ship of war) [1 reference]

Farley, Henry, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Farmer, Edward [1 reference]

Farmer, Miles [1 “see also” entry]

Farmer, Mr. (tavernkeeper of New Brunswick, N.J.) [4 references]

Farmer, The [See redirect]

Farmers General [11 references + 3 subentries]

Farmington, Conn. [3 references]

“Farms, The” [See redirect]

Farnese, Alexander, Duke of Parma [3 references]

Farnese, Elisabetta, Queen of Spain [2 references]

Farnham, Daniel (of Newburyport) [3 references + 8 subentries]

Farnham, Sibyll Angier (wife of Daniel) [2 references]

Farnham, England [2 references]

Farnham, William [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Farquhar, George, Beaux' Strategem [1 reference]

Farrar, F. W., Seekers After God [1 reference]

Farrar, Deacon Humphry, witness, No. 29 [3 references]

Farrar, Lydia, deposition, No. 29 [2 references]

Farrel, Miss [1 reference]

Farren, Elizabeth (Brit. actress) [5 references]

Farrington (Farington), Col. Thomas, cashiered from army for counterfeiting [1 reference]

Farris, Capt. William (of the Cincinnatus) [2 references]

Farris, Capt. and Mrs. William [1 reference]

Fashion [See redirect]

Fashionable Magazine, The [5 references]

Fast Days [16 references]

Faujas de Saint Fond, Barthélemy [2 references]

Faulkland [See redirect]

Favart, Charles Simon [2 subentries]

Favi, Francesco (secy. of Tuscan legation in France) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Favorite, Amer. ship, captured by British [1 reference]

Fawcett, Maj. Gen. Sir William (British) [7 references]

Fawkener, William [1 reference]

Fawkes, Guy [1 reference]

Fawley, Michael [1 reference]

Faxen, James, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Faxon family, of Braintree [1 reference]

Faxon, Azariah (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Faxon, James [1 reference]

Faxon, Mr. (irregular practitioner of law in Braintree) [2 references]

Faxon, Mrs. (wife of Thomas) [1 reference]

Faxon, Thomas [3 references]

Fay, Nahum (H.C. 1790) [4 references]

Fayal (island) [1 reference]

Fayerweather, Hannah [See redirect]

Fayerweather, John or Thomas [3 references]

Fayerweather, Miss [2 references]

Fayerweather, Thomas [2 references]

Fearson, Jesse (ship captain) [1 reference]

Federal Constitution [See redirect]

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure [2 references]

Federal and state conflicts [2 See redirects]

Federalism [2 subentries]

Federalist party [4 subentries]

Federalist, The [1 reference]

Fees of customs officers, No. 45 [2 references]

Fees, lawyers' [4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Feger, Latour (Bordeaux merchant) [2 references]

Feijoó y Montenegro, Benito Jerónimo [1 reference]

Feild [See redirect]

Felix, Jacques, & Fils (glovemakers) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Fell's Point, Md. [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Fell, John (delegate from N.J.) [2 references]

Fellows, Capt. Gustavus [2 subentries]

Fellows, Brig. Gen. John [3 references + 2 subentries]

Fellows, John, Continental officer [1 reference]

Fellows, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Bolton, Conn.) [1 reference]

Fellows, Samuel (former master, Earl of Gloucester) [1 reference]

Felonies at sea [1 reference]

Felton, John (assassin) [1 reference]

Fencible men [2 references]

Fendall, Philip Richard [8 references]

Fendant (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe (Archbishop of Cambrai) [7 subentries]

Fenning, Daniel [2 references + 1 subentry]

Fenning, Pierce, defendant, No. 56 [4 references]

Fenno, Elizabeth Field (sister of Esther Field) [2 references]

Fenno, John (publisher of Gazette of the United States) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Fenno, William (husband of Elizabeth) [1 reference]

Fennyery v. Ransom [1 reference]

Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, Charles Georges, L'honnnête criminel [1 reference]

Fenton, John [2 subentries]

Féraud, Jean François [1 subentry]

Ferdinand (later Prince of Asturias) [1 reference]

Ferdinand I, king of the Two Sicilies [2 subentries]

Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria [4 references + 1 subentry]

Ferguson's Corps [1 reference]

Ferguson's Swamp, S.C. [1 reference]

Ferguson, Elizabeth Graeme (wife of Henry Hugh) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Ferguson, Henry Hugh, identified [1 reference]

Ferguson, James [1 subentry]

Ferguson, Maj. Patrick (British) [4 references]

Ferguson, Lt. William [2 references]

Fermier, Miss [1 reference]

Fermor, Thomas [See redirect]

Fermoy, Brig. Gen. Matthias Alexis Roche de [2 references]

Fernald, Joseph (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Fernán-Núñez, Carlos José Gutiérrez de los Rios y Rohan-Chabot, Conde de (Spanish ambassador to France) [2 references]

Ferries [11 subentries]

Ferriter (Ferreter), Nicholas, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [13 references]

Ferriton, John (deputy Collector, Albany) [1 reference]

Ferrol del Caudillo, El, Spain [4 references + 11 subentries]

Ferry Branch, Md. [1 reference]

Fersen, Axel, Comte de [1 reference]

Fessenden, Benjamin (of Braintree) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Fessenden, John (of Rutland, Mass.) [2 references]

Fessenden, Josiah (express rider) [7 references]

Fessenden, Mr. (of Haverhill) [1 reference]

Fessoles, M. de [See redirect]

Feudal system [1 reference]

Feutry, Aimé Ambroise Joseph (French poet) [1 subentry]

Few, William (Ga. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Feyers Frères (Bordeaux merchants) [3 references]

Fez, Morocco [4 references]

Fichtel, Baron de (of Vienna) [1 reference]

Field, Esther (Adams family servant) [21 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Field v. Lambert [3 references + 2 subentries]

Field v. Thayer [1 reference]

Field (Feild), Abigail (widow, of Braintree?) [1 reference]

Field, Abigail Newcomb (mother of Esther) [15 references]

Field, Mrs. Catherine, witness, No. 64 [2 references]

Field, Harry (JA's tenant in Braintree) [2 references]

Field, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson [1 reference]

Field, Job (of Braintree) [9 references + 7 subentries]

Field, John (London apothecary) [1 reference]

Field, John (of Mass.) [1 reference]

Field, Joseph (Boston shipmaster) [1 reference]

Field, Joseph (father of Esther) [1 reference]

Field, Joseph (of Braintree) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Field, Martha [1 reference]

Field (Feild), Mr., of Braintree, dies [3 references]

Field, Patty [1 reference]

Field, Rebecca (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Field, Thomas [2 references]

Field, “Uncle” (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Field, William (of Braintree) [2 references]

Field, William, Jr. [1 reference]

Fielding, Como. Charles (British) [6 references]

Fielding, Henry [2 references + 3 subentries]

Fielding, Sir John [1 reference]

Fielding, John, publisher [1 reference]

Fiennes, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Fier (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Fier Roderigue (French armed ship) [11 references]

Fieri facias, writ of [See redirect]

File papers, court, described [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Filmer, Sir Robert [1 reference]

Filyot, M. [1 reference]

Fimbria [1 reference]

Finch, Sir Henry [2 subentries]

Finch, Sir John, Baron [1 reference]

Findley (Finley), Cpl. Alexander (14th Regiment), in No. 60 [4 references]

Fine Arts [3 references + 1 subentry + 3 “see also” entries]

Fine, Mr. [1 reference]

Finisterre, Cape, Spain [1 reference]

Finland [1 reference]

Finlay, Capt. John (of the John and Rebecca) [1 reference]

Finlay, Sir Robert [2 references]

Finman, Mr. (of Amsterdam) [1 reference]

Finnel, William (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Finnie, William [1 reference]

Fire and Marine Insurance Co. [See redirect]

Fire engines [1 reference]

Firearms [2 subentries]

Firebrand (Mass. privateer) [13 references + 5 subentries]

Fireplates [1 reference]

Fires [2 references]

Fireships [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Fireworks [4 references]

First Church, Boston [See redirect]

First Church, Quincy [See redirect]

Fischel, A. [1 reference]

Fish [8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Fish, Mr. [1 reference]

Fishdam Ford, S.C. [2 references]

Fisher v. Ames [1 reference]

Fisher, Benjamin, juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Fisher, Catherine Maria, identified [1 reference]

Fisher, Daniel, defendant, Form XX [1 reference]

Fisher, Deborah [See redirect]

Fisher, Ebenezer [1 reference]

Fisher, Jabez (of Suffolk County) [1 reference]

Fisher, Jeremiah, in Form XX [1 reference]

Fisher, John (Collector, Salem) [2 subentries]

Fisher, Miers [2 references]

Fisher, Mrs. (wife of Miers) [1 reference]

Fisheries [20 references + 37 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Fishing [5 references + 1 subentry]

Fishkill Landing (now Beacon), N.Y. [6 references]

Fishkill, N.Y. [8 references]

Fiske, Ann [See redirect]

Fiske, Rev. Moses [1 reference]

Fiske, Oliver (H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Fiske, Samuel [1 reference]

Fiske, Rev. Thaddeus [2 references]

Fitch, Benjamin [1 reference]

Fitch, Capt. Bunker (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Fitch, Eliphalet (of Jamaica) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Fitch, Jerusha Boylston (wife of Benjamin) [1 reference]

Fitch, Mary (wife of Eliphalet) [2 subentries]

Fitch, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Stamford, Conn.) [2 references]

Fitch, Capt. Reuben (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Fitch, Samuel [2 references + 26 subentries]

Fitts, John, in No. 2 [2 references]

“Fitz,” witness, No. 7 [1 reference]

Fitz-Adam, Adam [1 subentry]

Fitz-James v. Moys [1 reference]

Fitz-James, Jacques [See redirect]

Fitzgerald, Michael [1 reference]

Fitzgerald, Thomas [3 references]

Fitzgibbons, John, Reports of Cases in Court of King's Bench [2 references]

Fitzherbert, Alleyne (Brit. peace negotiator) [5 references + 25 subentries]

Fitzherbert, Anthony, New Natura Brevium [3 references]

Fitzherbert, Maria Anne (wife of Prince of Wales) [6 subentries]

Fitzhughs, Daniel and Theodorick [1 reference]

Fitzpatrick, John C., on JA–Washington relationship [1 reference]

Fitzpatrick, William (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Fitzroy, Augustus Henry, 3d Duke of Grafton [6 references]

Fitzsimmons, Thomas (Penn. member of Congress) [3 references]

Fitzwalter, Lord [1 reference]

Fiume, Italy [2 references]

Fizeaux, Grand & Co. (Amsterdam banking firm) [5 references + 25 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Fizeaux, Henri (Amsterdam banker) [3 references]

Fjasink [See redirect]

Flagg, Capt. (of the Unity) [1 reference]

Flahaven, John [1 reference]

Flamand (servant) [2 references]

Flamborough Head, England [2 references]

Flammand (French ship) [3 references]

Flanders, Belgium [9 references]

Flatbush, Long Island [1 reference]

Flavel, John [3 references + 1 subentry]

Flaviensis?, Portugal [1 reference]

Flax and flaxseed [11 references]

Flèche, La, France [1 reference]

Fleeming (Fleming, Flemming), John [4 subentries]

Fleet, John [1 reference]

Fleet, Thomas and John (Boston printers) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Fleet, Thomas (Boston printer) [2 references]

Flemming, John, and Benjamin Church [3 references]

Fleta (lawbook) [5 references]

Fletcher, Col. (British) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Fletcher, Deborah [See redirect]

Fletcher, Gershom, witness, Nos. 18 and 19 [2 references]

Fletcher, Capt. John (of the Ceres) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Fletcher, Lucy [3 references]

Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. T., in Lynn, Mass. [1 reference]

Fleury [See redirect]

Fleury, Jean François Joly de (French finance minister) [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Fleury, Claude, Droit public de France [3 references]

Fleury, Lt. Col. François Louis Teissèdre de [7 references + 6 subentries]

Fleury, François Teissèdre de [3 references + 2 subentries]

Fleury, J. & Desmadieres (Orléans mercantile firm) [2 references]

Fleury, Mme. Marguerite Donnadieu de [2 references]

Flint [1 “see also” entry]

Flint River [1 reference]

Flint, Abel(?) (schoolmaster in Haverhill) [2 references]

Flint, Rev. Jacob [1 subentry]

Flint, Mr. [1 reference]

Flints, manufacture and procurement of [6 references]

Flixton v. Roston [1 reference]

Floating batteries [2 references]

Flora (British warship) [2 references]

Florence, Duke of [1 reference]

Florence, Italy [3 references]

Florian, Jean Pierre Claris de [2 subentries]

Florida [9 references + 15 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Floridablanca, José de Moñino y Redondo, Conde de (Spanish foreign minister) [3 references + 6 subentries]

Florus, Francis (Frans de Vriendt) [1 reference]

Florus, Lucius Annaeus [1 reference]

Flour [4 references + 3 subentries]

Flowing land, actions for [2 subentries]

Floyd, William (N.Y. member of Congress) [5 references]

Flucker, Thomas [6 references + 2 subentries]

Flushing, N.Y. [1 reference]

Flushing, Netherlands [5 references]

Flying Camp [3 references + 3 subentries]

Flying Fish (British privateer) [1 reference]

Flynt, Dorothy [See redirect]

Flynt (or Flint), Dr. Edward [1 reference]

Flynt, Henry (“Father Flynt”) [3 subentries]

Fobes, Jesse (2d husband of Susanna Howard Angier) [1 reference]

Fogg, Dr. Daniel (of Braintree) [2 references]

Fogg, Rev. Jeremiah (of Kensington, N.H.) [2 references]

Fogg, Susannah Thayer (wife of Daniel) [1 reference]

Foley, Robert, Laws Relating to the Poor [3 references]

Folger & Gardner [1 reference]

Folger v. Sloop Cornelia, No. 45 [20 references]

Folger, Capt. John [3 references + 5 subentries]

Folger, Timothy [5 subentries]

Folger, William [3 references]

Folgier, Capt. George (of Boston) [3 references + 5 subentries]

Follansbee v. Pearson [1 reference]

Follow, Capt. (of the Hawk) [1 reference]

Folsom, Nathaniel (delegate from N.H.) [7 references]

Folwell, John, of Bucks County, Penn. [3 references]

Fontainebleau, France [3 references]

Fontanka River, Russia [2 references]

Fonte, Bartholomew de, purported voyage to Hudson Bay [2 references]

Fontenoy, Battle of, compared with Bunker Hill [2 references]

Fontfreyde, Jean Baptiste (JQA's fellow passenger) [7 references]

Food and drink [77 subentries]

Food, regulations concerning [1 reference]

Foote, Samuel [2 subentries]

Forbearance as consideration [2 references]

Forbes v. Moffatt [1 reference]

Forbes, Allyn B. [1 reference]

Forbes, Duncan, of Culloden [1 subentry]

Forbes, James (Md. member of Congress) [2 references]

Forbes, James (son of Mrs. John) [1 reference]

Forbes, John (1710-1759, Brit. General) [1 reference]

Forbes, Mrs. (wife of John) [3 references]

Forbes, John (master-at-arms), witness, No. 56 [4 references]

Forbes, John Murray (H.C. 1787, son of Mrs. John) [3 subentries]

Forbes, John, brigadier in Portuguese army [1 reference]

Force and arms, allegation of in trespass, No. 33 [1 reference]

Force, Peter [1 subentry]

Ford's Case [1 reference]

Ford, Cadwallader [1 reference]

Ford, Elisha [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Ford, Rev. Hezekiah [15 subentries]

Ford, Col. Jacob, Jr. (of N.J. militia) [3 references]

Ford, Paul L. [2 subentries]

Ford, Worthington C. [2 references + 5 subentries]

Fordyce (Fordice), Capt. Charles (14th Regiment), deposition, No. 60 [2 references]

Fordyce, Rev. James [2 subentries]

Foreclosure [4 subentries]

Forefathers Rock [See redirect]

Forefathers' Day [See redirect]

Foreign Affairs Committee [See redirect]

Foreign Trade Banking Corp. v. Cosmopolitan Trust Co. [1 reference]

Foreign bill [See redirect]

“Foreman, Mr.,” in JA's Commonplace Book [3 references]

Fores, Samuel W. (London printer) [1 reference]

“Forester, The” [See redirect]

Forests, colonial, English policy concerning [2 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Forests, law of the [1 reference]

Forgery [2 subentries]

Form, defects of in pleading [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Formidable (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Forms of action [2 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Fornication, penalty for [1 reference]

Forrest, Col. [1 reference]

Forrest, James (“Irish Infant”) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Forrest, James, writes Continental Congress [1 reference]

Forrest, Uriah (of Md.) [6 subentries]

Forsey v. Cunningham [1 reference]

Forster [1 “see also” entry]

Forster, Deacon, witness, No. 3 [1 reference]

Forster, Capt. George (British officer), signs cartel with Arnold at The Cedars [1 reference]

Fort Amsterdam, N.Y. [1 reference]

Fort Brookline, Mass. [1 reference]

Fort Carillon (later Fort Ticonderoga), N.Y. [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Fort Chambly, Que. [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Fort Charles, St. Christopher Island, W.I. [1 reference]

Fort Clinton, N.Y. [2 references]

Fort Constitution [See redirect]

Fort Creve Coeur, Ghana [1 reference]

Fort Cumberland, New Brunswick [3 references]

Fort Detroit, Mich. [4 references]

Fort Dummer, Vt. [2 references]

Fort Duquesne [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Fort Edward, N.Y. [5 references]

Fort George, N.Y. [6 references]

Fort Good Hope [See redirect]

Fort Good Hope, Ghana [1 reference]

Fort Granby, S.C., surrendered to American forces [1 reference]

Fort Griswold, Conn. [2 references]

Fort Hill [See redirect]

Fort Hoosic [See redirect]

Fort Independence, N.Y. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Fort Island (or Province Island) in Delaware River [1 reference]

Fort James, Antigua [1 reference]

Fort James, Senegal [1 reference]

Fort Jefferson, Illinois country [1 reference]

Fort Lee (Fort Constitution), N.Y. [4 references]

Fort Lee, N.H. [3 references]

Fort Massachusetts [2 references]

Fort McIntosh, Penn. [1 reference]

Fort Mercer, N.J. [4 references]

Fort Miami [1 reference]

Fort Michilimackinac, Mich. [5 references]

Fort Mifflin, Mud Island, Penn. [5 references]

Fort Montgomery, N.Y. [3 references]

Fort Motte, S.C., surrendered to Gen. Marion [1 reference]

Fort Moultrie, S.C., surrendered to British [1 reference]

Fort Nassau, N.J. [1 reference]

Fort Niagara, N.Y. [4 references]

Fort Number 4, N.H. [2 references]

Fort Orange [See redirect]

Fort Orania [See redirect]

Fort Oswegatchie [1 reference]

Fort Oswego [4 references]

Fort Ouiatanon [1 reference]

Fort Panmure [1 reference]

Fort Pitt (now Pittsburgh), Penn. [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Fort Pownall, Maine [1 reference]

Fort Presqu'Isle [1 reference]

Fort Randolph (now Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.) [1 reference]

Fort Roberdeau, Penn. [1 reference]

Fort Royal, Martinique [1 reference]

Fort Royal, Va., French fleet at [1 reference]

Fort St. Augustine, Florida [1 reference]

Fort St. David, Society of [See redirect]

Fort St. Joseph [1 reference]

Fort St. Mary [1 reference]

Fort St. Philip, Minorca [2 references]

Fort San Juan, Nicaragua [1 reference]

Fort Sandusky [1 reference]

Fort Schuyler (formerly Fort Stanwix), N.Y. [4 references]

Fort Shirley, Maine [1 reference]

Fort Stanwix, N.Y. [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Fort Sullivan, S.C. [2 references]

Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y. [3 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Fort Trumbull, Conn. [1 reference]

Fort Washington, N.Y. [3 references + 4 subentries]

Fort Watson, S.C. [1 reference]

Fort William Henry, N.Y. [5 references]

Fortescue, Sir John (1531?–1607) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Forth, Nathaniel Parker (British diplomat) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Fortitude (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Forton Prison, Portsmouth, England [5 references + 1 subentry]

Fortunée (French frigate) [1 reference]

Fosdick, Nathaniel, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [13 references]

Fosse, Benoit de la (friend of Addenet) [1 reference]

Fossils [1 reference]

Foster (Forster), Jonathan, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Foster, Deacon, of Boston [1 reference]

Foster, Bossenger, Jr. (H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Foster, Bossenger, Sr. [2 references]

Foster, Charles [1 reference]

Foster, Chillingsworth, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Foster, Elizabeth Craigie [3 references]

Foster, Grace (wife of William) [1 reference]

Foster, Dr. Isaac [3 references + 4 subentries]

Foster, Rev. Jacob (of Nelson, N.H.) [1 reference]

Foster, James (Boston innkeeper) [2 references]

Foster, Jedediah [5 references + 8 subentries]

Foster, Joseph (Boston merchant, brother of William) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Foster, Mrs. (wife of Joseph) [1 reference]

Foster, Sir Michael [4 subentries]

Foster, Miss [2 references]

Foster, Mr. [1 subentry]

Foster, Mr. (of London) [1 reference]

Foster, Deacon Thomas [8 references]

Foster, Capt. Thomas Waite [1 reference]

Foster, Thomas, witness, No. 60 [1 reference]

Foster, Capt. William (of the Jenny) [1 reference]

Foster, William (Boston merchant, brother of Joseph) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Fothergill, Dr. John (London physician) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Foucault, Jean Simon David de [4 references]

Foucault, Mme. [4 references]

Foudroyant (British ship of the line) [3 references]

Foulke, Dr. John (of Phila.) [9 references + 1 subentry]

Foundries [3 subentries]

Fouquet (father and son, French officers) [3 references]

Four Sisters (ship) [2 references]

Fournier, Capt. (of the Courier de l'Amérique) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Fourth of July [See redirect]

Fowey (British Navy, frigate) [1 reference]

Fowkes v. The Roseanna [2 references]

Fowle, Abigail [See redirect]

Fowle, Robert (H.C. 1786) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Fowler, Alexander, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Fowler, Mr. (tavernkeeper near Southwick, Mass.) [1 reference]

Fowles family (of Woburn) [1 reference]

Fox (British frigate) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Fox, Charles James (Brit. secy. of state and MP) [8 references + 44 subentries]

Fox, George (of Phila.) [6 references]

Fox, Joseph, in JA's accounts [2 references]

Fox, Montagu [1 reference]

Fox, Samuel (of Phila.) [3 references]

Foxcroft, George [1 reference]

Foxcroft, John [1 reference]

Fraissignes, Jacques [2 references]

Framingham, Mass. [12 references]

Framton, Charles (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

France [379 subentries + 17 “see also” entries]

Frances, Mr. (of London) [1 reference]

Franchessin, Lt. Col. Jacques Antoine de [1 reference]

Francis I, King of France [3 references]

Francis v. Baker [1 reference]

Francis v. Rucker [1 reference]

Franciscans [9 references]

Franco-American Consular Convention (1788) [1 reference]

Franco-American Convention of Mortefontaine (1800) [1 reference]

Franco-American Treaties [79 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Franco-Austrian alliance [1 reference]

François [See redirect]

François, Blaise, Count Pagan, Les Fortifications [2 references]

François, M. [1 reference]

François, Newfoundland [1 reference]

Francy, J. B. L. Theveneau de [12 references + 1 subentry]

Francès (Francis, François), French court official [4 references]

Franeker, Netherlands [4 references]

Frank (ship) [1 reference]

Frankalmoign, defined [1 reference]

Frankford Creek, Penn. [1 reference]

Frankford, Penn. [3 references]

Frankfurt am Main, Germany [9 references]

Frankland, Sir Charles Henry (“Sir Harry Franklin”) [1 reference]

Frankland, Sir H. [1 reference]

Franklin (Penn. privateer) [2 references]

Franklin (Washington's armed schooner) [4 references]

Franklin (section of N.C.) [1 reference]

Franklin Hotel [See redirect]

Franklin, Benjamin [1 reference + 443 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Franklin (Continental armed vessel) [6 references]

Franklin, Deborah Reed (wife of Benjamin) [2 references]

Franklin, Sir Harry [See redirect]

Franklin, William (son of Benjamin) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Franklin, William Temple (grandson of Benjamin) [10 references + 34 subentries]

Franks, David Salisbury [6 references + 13 subentries]

Fraser (Frazier), William (Brit. undersecy. of state) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Fraser, John (Montreal judge) [2 references]

Fraser, Gen. Simon (British) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Frasink [See redirect]

Fraud, defense of, to insurance claim, No. 10 [2 references]

Frauds, Statute of [2 subentries]

Frazer, Jonathan Gizzard [6 references + 1 subentry]

Frazer, Miss [1 reference]

Frazer, Mr. (of Boston) [1 reference]

Frazier (Fraizer), Capt. Alexander (British officer), and The Cedars affair [1 reference]

Frazier, Elizabeth [2 references]

Frazier, Mary (daughter of Moses, of Newburyport) [4 references]

Frazier, Moses (of Newburyport) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Frazier, Mrs. (wife of Moses) [1 reference]

Frazier, Mr. [1 reference]

Frazier, Rebecca [1 reference]

Fredericdorp Plantation, Suriname [1 reference]

Frederick Augustus, Duke of York [2 references]

Frederick County, Md. [1 reference]

Frederick Henry, Stadholder of the Netherlands [1 reference]

Frederick I, Duke (and later King) of Wurtemberg [1 reference]

Frederick II (the Great), King of Prussia [21 references + 19 subentries]

Frederick Romberg & Fils (Brussels mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Frederick V, King of Denmark and Norway [2 references]

Frederick V, King of Sweden [1 reference]

Frederick VI, King of Denmark [4 references]

Frederick-William, prince of Prussia (later Frederick-William II) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Frederick, Prince of Wales [1 reference]

Frederick, Prince of Denmark (1753-1805) [1 reference]

Fredericktown, Md. [1 reference]

Free ships make free goods [8 references + 11 subentries]

Free speech and power of jury [1 reference]

Free trade [2 references + 5 subentries]

Freedom [1 reference]

Freehold seisin, defined [1 reference]

Freeman v. Bluet [1 reference]

Freeman (Enoch) v. Child (Thomas) [1 reference]

Freeman's Journal (Phila.) [1 reference]

Freeman, Capt. (of Dorchester) [1 reference]

Freeman, Capt. [1 reference]

Freeman, Capt. Constant [1 reference]

Freeman, Douglas Southall, on alleged speech by Washington [1 reference]

Freeman, Mr. E. [1 reference]

Freeman, E. (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Freeman, Edmund (Boston printer) [1 reference]

Freeman, Edmund, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Freeman, Enoch [3 subentries]

Freeman, Rev. James [3 references + 4 subentries]

Freeman, James (merchant) [2 subentries]

Freeman, John (justice of the peace) [1 reference]

Freeman, Jonathan [2 references]

Freeman, Mrs. (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference]

Freeman, Lt., witness, No. 35 [1 reference]

Freeman, Mr. [1 reference]

Freeman, Mr. (son of Enoch) [1 reference]

Freeman, Gen. Nathaniel [2 references]

Freeman, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Freeman, Nathaniel (H.C. 1787) [1 reference + 7 subentries]

Freeman, Nathaniel (of Sandwich, Mass.) [2 references]

Freeman, P. I. (Rotterdam merchant) [2 references]

Freeman, Samuel (speaker pro tem of Mass. House) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Freeman's Farm, battle of [2 references]

Freemason, The, v. Bishop [3 references]

Freemasonry [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Freemasons [1 subentry]

Freetown, Mass. [1 reference]

Freight [1 subentry]

Freiherr, Karl Siegmund [See redirect]

Freire, Cipriao Ribeiro, Chevalier de (Portuguese chargé d'affaires in London) [1 reference]

Fremont (servant) [4 references]

French Academy of Arts and Sciences [2 references]

French Army [13 references + 23 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

French Navy [7 references + 105 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

French Revolution [7 references + 3 subentries]

French West Indies [2 references]

French and Indian War [4 references + 26 subentries]

French consular agents [1 reference]

French language [23 references + 24 subentries]

French neutrals [See redirect]

French troops in America [2 subentries]

French, Capt. (of the Mary Amilia) [1 reference]

French, Abigail Richards (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference]

French, Allen, proves guilt of Dr. Church as traitor [1 reference]

French, Isaac [1 reference]

French, Mr. (of Braintree) [6 references]

French, James, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

French, Rev. Jonathan (of Andover) [7 references]

French, Jonathan [1 reference]

French, Jonathan [1 reference]

French, Moses [5 references]

French, Mr. (of Lynn, Mass.) [1 reference]

French, Mr., carries letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

French, Samuel [1 reference]

Freneau, Philip [1 reference]

Freschot, Casimir, Histoire du congrès et de la paix d'Utrecht [1 reference]

Fresh Pond [See redirect]

Fresh River [See redirect]

Fricke, John William Christian (servant) [6 references]

Friend to Government by Assembly, A (author of newspaper essay) [2 references]

“Friend to Mr. Everett, A” [See redirect]

Friend, Our [See redirect]

Friends (Amer. brig) [1 reference]

Friends, Society of (Quakers) [8 references + 35 subentries]

Friendship (British merchant ship) [2 references]

Friendship (schooner) [1 reference]

Friendship Hall, Palmer home in Germantown, Braintree [2 references]

Friesland (province of the Netherlands) [11 references + 19 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Fristoe, William, Baptist preacher [1 reference]

Friswell, Betsy [1 reference]

Frobisher, William [2 references + 1 subentry]

Frost, John, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [5 references]

Frost, Mr., appointed court clerk by Gov. Belcher [1 reference]

Frost, Mr. (of Springfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

Frost, Samuel, in Form X [1 reference]

Frothingham, Ann Gorham Brooks (wife of Nathaniel Langdon, 1797-1863, sister of ABA) [1 “see also” entry]

Frothingham, James (portraitist) [1 reference]

Frothingham, Rev. Nathaniel Langdon (1793-1870, brother-in-law of ABA) [1 “see also” entry]

Froullé, Paris bookseller [8 references]

Fruit and fruit trees [5 references]

Frye, James, identified [1 reference]

Frye, Brig. Gen. Joseph [10 subentries]

Frye, Peter (judge) [1 reference]

Frye, Peter (Sheriff of Essex co.) [1 reference]

Frye, Peter Pickman [1 reference]

Fuenterrabia, Spain [1 reference]

Fulham (now Dummerston), Vt. [1 reference]

Fullarton, Lt. Col. William, M.P. [6 references]

Fuller, Abigail [1 “see also” entry]

Fuller, Abigail (mother of Abigail Fuller Broadstreet) [1 reference]

Fuller, Abraham (of Newton) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Fuller, Andrew, witness, No. 20 [2 references]

Fuller, Archelaus [2 subentries]

Fuller, George [1 reference]

Fuller, Jacob, in No. 22 [1 reference]

Fuller, Mehitabel, in No. 22 [1 reference]

Fuller, Mrs. (of Braintree?) [1 reference]

Fuller, Mrs., Braintree seamstress [1 reference]

Fuller, Timothy [2 subentries]

Fuller, Timothy (H.C. 1787) [3 subentries]

Fullerton, Robert, witness, No. 63 [2 references]

Fullford, J. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Fulling mills [1 reference]

Fumel, Comte de [1 reference]

Fundamental law [2 See redirects]

Funding Bill [1 reference]

Fundy, Bay of [2 references]

Fur trade [3 references]

Furgarson (Ferguson?), Mr. [1 reference]

Furgault (Paris stationer) [2 references]

Furnald, John (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [1 reference]

Furnass (Furnace), Mr. (tavernkeeper of Shrewsbury, Mass.) [2 references]

Furnass (Furnance), Capt. (shipmaster in Ned Church's employ) [1 reference]

Furnes, Belgium [1 reference]

Furniss, Robert [1 reference]

Furniture and furnishings [10 references + 29 subentries]

Furnival, Mr., and his daughters, of Worcester, Mass. [1 reference]

Furnival, Mr., in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Fürstenbund [1 reference]

Fusileers [See redirect]

Fyfield, Mary [1 reference]

Fyfield (Fairfield), “Uncle” (of Boston) [1 reference]

Fynje, Emilie Luzac (wife of Wybo) [1 reference]

Fynje, Hendrik (Amsterdam banker) [7 references + 2 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Fynje, Wybo (newspaper editor of Delft) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Fyrbergs, Mr. [1 reference]