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– AA hears of JA's arrival in [1 reference]

– AA on [5 references]

– Amer. prisoners escape to [1 reference]

– Amer. trade with [10 references]

– Anglo-Dutch peace negotiations and [2 references]

– Anglo-French commercial rivalry [1 reference]

– Anglo-French war [7 references]

– Anglo-French war to be prosecuted in America [2 references]

– Armed Neutrality and [6 references]

– Assembly of Notables [3 references]

– Austro-Russian mediation and [2 references]

– Barclay appointed consul to [1 reference]

– Brit. proposals for Anglo-Amer. peace and [3 references]

– Brit. recognition of U.S. and [7 references]

– Brit. use prizes taken from during war [1 reference]

– Britain's reported differentiation between French and U.S. ships [1 reference]

– British efforts to split U.S. from [4 references]

– British popular support for war with [3 references]

– British possessions in captured by Charles VII [1 reference]

– British raids on coast of (1758) [2 references]

– British spies in [1 reference]

– British take possessions in India [1 reference]

– Catholicism of [1 reference]

– Constitutional Assembly of 1789 [1 reference]

– Deane and Bancroft express anti-U.S. sentiments in [1 reference]

– Dutch climate compared with [1 reference]

– Dutch recognition of U.S. and [2 references]

– Dutch to seek aid in defending possessions [3 references]

– East Indies and [1 reference]

– English criticism of [4 references]

– European balance of power and [7 references]

– European reaction to excesses of Louis XIV [1 reference]

– European support for policies of [3 references]

– Family Compact with Spain [2 references]

– Farmers General imports tobacco [5 references]

– Fox's view of [1 reference]

– Franco-American trade [10 references]

– Franco-Dutch trade [5 references]

– Franklin as minister to [1 reference]

– Franklin on [1 reference]

– French and Indian War and [2 references]

– Geneva and [2 references]

– George III attacks unprovoked entry into war [1 reference]

– Isaac Smith Jr. on political situation in [1 reference]

– J. Laurens allegedly gives offense to [1 reference]

– J. Laurens seeks to raise loan in [1 reference]

– JA admires learned societies in [1 reference]

– JA appointed Joint Commissioner to [3 references]

– JA appointed commissioner at court of [1 reference]

– JA considers stronger than Britain [1 reference]

– JA criticizes policies of [3 references]

– JA in [1 reference]

– JA lacks diplomatic status in [2 references]

– JA on [3 references]

– JA on American relations with [1 reference]

– JA on French manners, morals, and institutions [5 references]

– JA on anti-British feeling in [1 reference]

– JA on attachment to Amer. cause of [4 references]

– JA on dealing with [4 references]

– JA on outbreak of war with England [1 reference]

– JA on relations with U.S. [20 references]

– JA on reunification of U.S. and Britain leading to war with [1 reference]

– JA owed debt for furthering interests of in Netherlands [2 references]

– JA promises to inform of any British peace proposals [1 reference]

– JA resolves to go to [2 references]

– JA succumbs to [3 references]

– JA's arrival in [3 references]

– JA's comments on extravagance and immorality in [9 references]

– JA's commission and instructions to conclude alliance between U.S., Netherlands, and [1 reference]

– JA's lack of official standing in [1 reference]

– JQA on shape of women in [1 reference]

– Jefferson appointed consul to [1 reference]

– Jefferson appointed minister to [1 reference]

– Jefferson travels to south of [2 references]

– John Laurens named special envoy to [1 reference]

– Lafayette on nobles of [1 reference]

– Livingston as partisan of [2 references]

– Mass. Constitution of 1780 printed in [1 reference]

– Ministry of War [1 reference]

– Necker raises loan for [1 reference]

– New Year's celebration at Court [1 reference]

– Newfoundland fisheries and [2 references]

– Prussia has no minister in [1 reference]

– Revolutionary Army of [1 reference]

– Roman Catholicism of [1 reference]

– Russian Anglomanes' view of situation of [1 reference]

– Russian effort to mediate Anglo-French war [3 references]

– S. Cooper subsidized by [1 reference]

– Sartine removed as naval minister [2 references]

– Spanish ambassadors to [2 references]

– Spanish mediation of war with England [8 references]

– Treaty of Versailles (1783) [11 references]

– U.S. as market for manufactures of [2 references]

– U.S. boundaries as contentious issue [1 reference]

– U.S. may appoint minister to [1 reference]

– U.S. repays from Dutch loans [1 reference]

– West Indies and [2 references]

– West Indies as objective of [8 references]

– ability to sustain war effort [10 references]

– accomplishments and learning among women [1 reference]

– achievements of Louis XVI in [1 reference]

– admiralty office [1 reference]

– aid to U.S. as drain on resources of [1 reference]

– alliance with America and Netherlands in negotiation [3 references]

– alliance with U.S. and Netherlands proposed [13 references]

– allies of [1 reference]

– ambassador to, rejected (1775) [1 reference]

– and Amer. colonies. [2 references]

– and Amer. finances [4 references]

– and Anglo-Amer. peace negotiations [10 references]

– and Anglo-American truce [3 references]

– and Anglo-French naval rivalry [1 reference]

– and Anglo-Spanish negotiations [4 references]

– and Austro-Russian mediation of war with Great Britain [1 reference]

– and Barbary States [2 references]

– and British efforts to hire neutral vessels [1 reference]

– and British loans [1 reference]

– and Carlisle Peace Commission's Manifesto [4 references]

– and Congress' revaluation of currency [9 references]

– and European balance of power [5 references]

– and Franco-Dutch war (1747) [1 reference]

– and Gillon's efforts to obtain ships for S.C. navy [3 references]

– and Izard's property captured on Nile [4 references]

– and JA's diplomacy in Netherlands [6 references]

– and Jethro Tull [1 reference]

– and John Law's “System” [2 references]

– and Maine lands [3 references]

– and Martinique [1 reference]

– and Netherlands [12 references]

– and Sardinian mediation efforts [3 references]

– and Seven Years War [1 reference]

– and Silas Deane [1 reference]

– and Spain [4 references]

– and Spanish entry into the war [5 references]

– and War for Bavarian Succession [3 references]

– and War of the Bavarian Succession [5 references]

– and West India trade [2 references]

– and aid to U.S. prior to outbreak of war with England [3 references]

– and appointment of “advocate general” in U.S. [2 references]

– and armed neutrality [13 references]

– and ballooning [1 reference]

– and capture of St. Eustatius [1 reference]

– and carrying trade [1 reference]

– and compensation for loss of Amer. ships [4 references]

– and compensation for loss of Fair Play at Guadaloupe [3 references]

– and controversy over JA's salary [2 references]

– and death of Louis XV [1 reference]

– and demolition of barrier fortresses [2 references]

– and depreciated Amer. currency [3 references]

– and expedition to Northwest coast of N. America [1 reference]

– and fishing rights [8 references]

– and growth of Amer. power [2 references]

– and interception of correspondence [3 references]

– and love of monarchy [1 reference]

– and naval stores [2 references]

– and peace negotiations [12 references]

– and peace with England [2 references]

– and privateering [3 references]

– and publication of Affaires de l'Angleterre [3 references]

– and recognition of Amer. independence [2 references]

– and recognition of U.S. [3 references]

– and separate Anglo-American peace [15 references]

– and separate peace [2 references]

– and status of Amer. warships in ports of [4 references]

– and subsidiary treaties [7 references]

– and tobacco trade [1 reference]

– and treaty with America [11 references]

– and war with England [8 references]

– anecdote about Frenchmen [1 reference]

– appeal to Congress on behalf of Asgill [1 reference]

– appeals to royal council of [1 reference]

– appointment of Amer. consul in [2 references]

– as source of arms for uprising in England [1 reference]

– as source of funds for U.S. [26 references]

– as source of intelligence [2 references]

– as source of loans or subsidies to U.S. [8 references]

– benefits from support of U.S. [3 references]

– bills of exchange and [1 reference]

– books on French history and law [1 reference]

– borrows in Europe [2 references]

– borrows money in Netherlands [3 references]

– bribes Brit. officials [1 reference]

– bureau d'entrepôt [1 reference]

– called on to retaliate if British intensify war [4 references]

– capture of British possessions [12 references]

– chaotic state of the French treasury [1 reference]

– code name [1 reference]

– comments on politics of [2 references]

– comments on social customs and people of [11 references]

– comments on theater in [6 references]

– comments on travel in [2 references]

– commerce with U.S. promoted [1 reference]

– commercial and maritime problems in ports of [7 references]

– commercial treaty between Britain and [8 references]

– compared to America [1 reference]

– compared to Britain [3 references]

– compared to England [5 references]

– compared with America [1 reference]

– concludes treaty with Netherlands [1 reference]

– condition of working class in [1 reference]

– conduct and settlement of Anglo-Dutch war [6 references]

– consequences of British victory for [1 reference]

– consular convention with U.S. [1 reference]

– control of the sea as object of war with England [4 references]

– control over JA's actions in negotiating ceded to [1 reference]

– cost of living in [1 reference]

– court of [3 references]

– criticism of JA in [2 references]

– criticism of naval aid to U.S. [3 references]

– customs agents and duties in [5 references]

– debate over French aid and Amer. obligations [8 references]

– defeats Pascal Paoli [2 references]

– demolition of barrier fortresses and [1 reference]

– description of [3 references]

– desire for peace [1 reference]

– diplomatic ceremony in [1 reference]

– diplomatic representation in U.S. [1 reference]

– discipline in army of [1 reference]

– dominant influence exerted on American policy [5 references]

– draft Franco-Amer. consular convention [1 reference]

– during French and Indian War [2 references]

– effect of U.S., independence in [1 reference]

– effect of Yorktown on Franco-Amer. relations [6 references]

– effect of intervention in Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– effect of successes on Dutch [1 reference]

– efforts to limit Amer. peace ultimata [3 references]

– efforts to sell whale oil in [5 references]

– embassy at The Hague [4 references]

– entry of printed material into [3 references]

– exchange rate for livre tournois [1 reference]

– excisemen expect bribes [1 reference]

– expected response of, to a declaration of independence [2 references]

– fashion of [1 reference]

– fashions in [3 references]

– finances [2 references]

– finances of [8 references]

– financial assistance to U.S. [10 references]

– financial crisis of [1 reference]

– focus of military operations [6 references]

– foreign relations of [10 references]

– government of [3 references]

– government reportedly favors Franklin over JA [4 references]

– government's failure to share intelligence [3 references]

– governmental expenditures of [3 references]

– guarantee of Dutch loan to U.S. [12 references]

– guarantees Amer. loan in Netherlands [3 references]

– guarantees U.S. loan in Netherlands [1 reference]

– has “passed the Zenith of its Virtue” [1 reference]

– healthier than Netherlands [2 references]

– holidays in [1 reference]

– homes and furnishings of [1 reference]

– hostility to expansion of trade at Ostend [1 reference]

– importance of honor in [1 reference]

– in political cartoons [2 references]

– incentives to continue war with Britain [5 references]

– independent U.S. foreign policy opposed by [6 references]

– influence on Russia [1 reference]

– influence on Spain [2 references]

– influence on U.S. policy [7 references]

– intercedes on behalf of Ryan and McCarty [1 reference]

– interest rate [2 references]

– lack of news in midst of war with England [1 reference]

– law regarding recapture [7 references]

– living style of ambassadors to [1 reference]

– loans and subsidies for U.S. [6 references]

– loyalists and [2 references]

– lumber trade with U.S. [2 references]

– manifesto justifying war with Britain [2 references]

– manufacturing rivalry with Britain [2 references]

– martial law in [1 reference]

– mediates between Austria and the Netherlands [2 references]

– mentioned [55 references]

– merchant fleet returns from West Indies [1 reference]

– military supplies from [13 references]

– naval and merchant marine customs of [2 references]

– naval assistance for American republic [1 reference]

– naval officers honor U.S. [1 reference]

– news of Yorktown arrives [1 reference]

– newspaper censorship in [2 references]

– nobility in [1 reference]

– notified of U.S. accession to armed neutrality [2 references]

– notified of ratification of Arts. of Confederation [1 reference]

– observations by Americans on people and government of [3 references]

– occupation of Netherlands [1 reference]

– on Austro-Russian mediation and JA [2 references]

– on loans from private and other sources for United States [2 references]

– only nation represented by an ambassador in London [1 reference]

– opposes British maritime supremacy [4 references]

– opposes JA's negotiation of European treaty [2 references]

– opposes U.S. on western lands and fisheries [1 reference]

– opposition to in Netherlands [1 reference]

– packet service to U.S. [2 references]

– pamphlet on taxes in [1 reference]

– payment of loans to [1 reference]

– peace commissioners instructed to defer to [6 references]

– people characterized [2 references]

– plan with Spain to invade England [7 references]

– pleasure is the business of [2 references]

– poetry, history, and oratory of [2 references]

– policy toward Dana mission [2 references]

– policy toward Netherlands [6 references]

– policy toward U.S. boundaries and Canada [8 references]

– policy toward neutral property on enemy ships [1 reference]

– political factions in [1 reference]

– politics of [3 references]

– portions of R.I. reportedly ceded to [1 reference]

– position in Europe vis-à-vis Great Britain [1 reference]

– position on internal strife in Netherlands [1 reference]

– possibility of Anglo-Dutch alliance against [5 references]

– possible separate peace and [2 references]

– possible trade with [4 references]

– post book for [1 reference]

– prepares for war [1 reference]

– prepares to send Ternay's fleet and Rochambeau's army to America [4 references]

– pressures Great Britain into negotiating commercial treaty [3 references]

– prewar neutrality of [6 references]

– prize courts under laws of [1 reference]

– prizes and prisoners in [10 references]

– prohibits Raynal's Histoire in [1 reference]

– prohibits importation of Brit. manufactures [1 reference]

– proposed Franco-Russian commercial treaty [3 references]

– proposed alliance between Netherlands and [11 references]

– proposed alliance between U.S., Netherlands, and [29 references]

– proposed alliance with Netherlands [4 references]

– quadruple alliance proposed [1 reference]

– recognition of U.S. [3 references]

– recognition of and support for Amer. independence [12 references]

– regulation on prizes and prisoners [5 references]

– rejects plan for attack on Canada with U.S. [1 reference]

– relations between Commissioners and government of [4 references]

– relations with Austria [15 references]

– relations with Britain [3 references]

– relations with Great Britain [5 references]

– relations with Ottoman Empire [2 references]

– relations with Portugal [5 references]

– relations with Prussia [5 references]

– relations with Russia [7 references]

– relations with Spain [3 references]

– relations with Sweden [1 reference]

– relations with U.S. [44 references]

– relations with and policy toward U.S. [6 references]

– relations with the Netherlands [39 references]

– relationship with, in treaty plan [3 references]

– religious and political situation in [1 reference]

– reportedly sends supplies and money to Irish dissidents [1 reference]

– rise of influence in Germany [1 reference]

– royal birth customs in [1 reference]

– rumored alteration in government of [1 reference]

– rumored sale of Corsica by [1 reference]

– rumored to have pensioned Hancock, Cooper, and Sullivan [2 references]

– sale of Amer. masts to [1 reference]

– sends arms and clothing for Continental Army [1 reference]

– sends munitions and other military supplies to America [8 references]

– servants in [3 references]

– shortage of cannon in [1 reference]

– skeptical of unity of Amer. states [1 reference]

– specie imported from [1 reference]

– subsidies and loans to the U.S. [12 references]

– support of America predicted [1 reference]

– tax burden of [1 reference]

– terms for Anglo-French peace [2 references]

– threat to West Indian colonies of [1 reference]

– titles of dignity in [1 reference]

– to govern joint commission to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace [7 references]

– trade and commerce with [7 references]

– trade in [6 references]

– trade in sugar and whale oil in [4 references]

– trade of [3 references]

– trade with U.S. [16 references]

– treaty plan provisions covering possible war of, with England [6 references]

– treaty with, urged in Netherlands [1 reference]

– troops from put down revolt in Geneva [1 reference]

– unhappy with Dutch-American treaty (1782) [1 reference]

– use of English language in [2 references]

– vessel refuses to salute British warship [1 reference]

– visits by naval officers of [2 references]

– war with Great Britain [24 references]

– étrennes demanded in [2 references]

– “a Country grown old in Debauchery and lewdeness” [1 reference]

See Also

See also Austro-Russian mediation

See also Continental Congress

See also Commissioners at Paris (1st joint commission)

See also Commissioners at Paris (2d joint commission)

See also Commissioners at Paris (3d joint commission)

See also Farmers General

See also Franco-American Treaties

See also French and Indian War

See also French Army

See also French consular agents

See also French language

See also French Navy

See also French Revolution

See also JA—Opinions

See also JA—Public Life

See also Paris

See also Treaties