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References

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 8 October 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:6]

Cotton Tufts to John Adams, 10 October 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:13]

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 25 October 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:23]

John Thaxter to Abigail Adams, 10 November 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:35]+

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 13 November 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:36]

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 23 December 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:58]

To John Wentworth, September 1756 [Papers of John Adams 1:19]

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America received as replacement for Magnifique [1 reference]

America turned over to [1 reference]

– British captures from [1 reference]

– British successes in South blamed on lack of assistance from [1 reference]

– Commissioners instructed to procure ships of the line from [2 references]

– Commissioners' memorial to Vergennes on deployment of fleet in Amer. waters (1778-1779) [3 references]

– Du Chaffault appointed to command [1 reference]

– Estaing commands, in American waters [1 reference]

– French fleet's voyage to and operations at El Ferrol [1 reference]

– JA comments on [5 references]

– JA on [5 references]

– JA's plan for reinforcing in America [23 references]

– Netherlands as source of naval stores for [5 references]

– Sartine replaced [3 references]

– U.S. as source of supplies and naval stores for [10 references]

– advantages of operating in Amer. waters [11 references]

– and Bonhomme Richard squadron [2 references]

– and John Paul Jones [1 reference]

– and West Indies [3 references]

– and attack on British whale fishery [2 references]

– and benefits of treaty plan in a war with Britain [1 reference]

– and capture of portion of East Indian fleet by British navy [1 reference]

– and circular letter on sailing of a British fleet [1 reference]

– and combined Franco-Spanish fleet [6 references]

– and combined fleet's capture of convoy to Indies [21 references]

– and convoy of merchant vessels [1 reference]

– and convoys to America [14 references]

– and joint Franco-Spanish fleet [1 reference]

– and joint operations with Spanish [5 references]

– and naval balance in Caribbean [1 reference]

– and naval balance in West Indies [17 references]

– and recapture of St. Eustatius [1 reference]

– and reported landing in S.C. [1 reference]

– as source for specie [1 reference]

– at Battle of Chesapeake [4 references]

– at El Ferrol, Spain [1 reference]

– at Newport [8 references]

– blockade of N.Y. [3 references]

– breaks British blockade of Turkish waters [1 reference]

– capture of the Romulus [2 references]

– compared to British [2 references]

– compared with British [4 references]

– consumption of Amer. beef by [1 reference]

– defeat by British at Saints Passage [2 references]

– deployment along U.S. coast [1 reference]

– deployment of [11 references]

– effect of Anglo-Dutch war on deployment of [1 reference]

– effect of expenditures in U.S. [1 reference]

– effect of hurricane on fleet at Martinique [1 reference]

– effect of victory at Chesapeake on operations of British navy [1 reference]

– engagement with British off Portugal [3 references]

– fight with Amer. sailors at Boston [2 references]

– fleet of Sade in Ferrol [1 reference]

– fleet sails from Toulon [1 reference]

– fleet under Guichen [1 reference]

– fleet under d'Orvilliers [1 reference]

– fleets at Brest and Toulon [5 references]

– frigate aground at Cape Henry [2 references]

– frigates in Chesapeake Bay [1 reference]

– help from, promised and delayed [1 reference]

– importance to American strategy [2 references]

– in Boston Harbor [1 reference]

– in West Indies [6 references]

– inaction blamed on Franklin's subservience to French minister [1 reference]

– inactivity of [9 references]

– inadequacy of forces sent to America [4 references]

– interception of British fleet off Scilly Islands [2 references]

– juncture of fleets off Virginia [2 references]

– less powerful than British [1 reference]

– loan of frigate from, requested [2 references]

– losses of [1 reference]

– mentioned [29 references]

– need for convoying and harassment of British supply lines [7 references]

– need to concentrate operations in U.S. waters [4 references]

– need to deploy to achieve superiority in Amer. waters [33 references]

– operations and deployment of [25 references]

– operations and movements of [27 references]

– operations in West Indies [1 reference]

– operations in and around India [1 reference]

– operations of [18 references]

– operations with Dutch Navy [7 references]

– operations with Spanish [2 references]

– operations with Spanish Navy [12 references]

– payment for supplies by [1 reference]

– performance off Ushant [6 references]

– position and strength of [1 reference]

– prepares to escort Rochambeau's army [6 references]

– proposed protection of American coasts by [1 reference]

– proposed service by J. P. Jones in [1 reference]

– readiness of [1 reference]

– reinforcements for America [6 references]

– reinforcements for America, expected but not sent [8 references]

– reported capture of British frigate by [1 reference]

– reported successes in West Indies [1 reference]

– reportedly captures East Indiamen [3 references]

– rumor of arrival of fleet off Charleston, S.C. [1 reference]

– rumors regarding commanders [4 references]

– sails from Brest [2 references]

– social behavior of men praised [3 references]

– squadron refits at Boston [2 references]

– strength and condition of [6 references]

– strength of [3 references]

– strength of fleet off U.S. coast [1 reference]

– transports captured by British [1 reference]

– uniforms of [1 reference]

See Also

See also JA—Military Interests—Naval matters

See also names of particular battles, officers, and ships [link unavailable]

See also Franco-American Treaties