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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | G |  Gage, Gov. Thomas (of Mass.)

References

From Isaac Smith Sr., 11 September 1776 [Papers of John Adams 5:24]+

To Samuel Adams, 27 November 1778 [Papers of John Adams 7:235]+

To Edmund Jenings, 4 May 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:56]+

To Elbridge Gerry, 17 October 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:208]

Subentries

Letters [2 references]

– AA's comments on [5 references]

– Addressers of [1 reference]

– Continental Congress writes to [1 reference]

– House of Representatives defies [1 reference]

– JA describes as “Alva Gage” [1 reference]

– JA on [4 references]

– and Boston Massacre trial [1 reference]

– and Boston refugees [5 references]

– and Bunker Hill [4 references]

– and JA's intercepted letters [2 references]

– and John Hancock [4 references]

– and Samuel Adams [1 reference]

– and death of Joseph Warren [1 reference]

– and enforcement of Intolerable Acts [5 references]

– and mission of Josiah Quincy, Jr. [1 reference]

– and prisoners in Boston [2 references]

– and seizure of personal effects in Boston [1 reference]

– anecdote concerning [1 reference]

– arrest of Robert Rogers [1 reference]

– attempts to disarm Boston [1 reference]

– confined to Boston [1 reference]

– criticized [2 references]

– crown instructions to [2 references]

– date of arrival of, in Boston [1 reference]

– denies pardons to John Hancock and Samuel Adams [3 references]

– dismisses General Court [1 reference]

– dispatches vessels to Machias [1 reference]

– estimates American military strength [1 reference]

– fortifies Beacon Hill [1 reference]

– governs Boston [4 references]

– has Boston lighthouse repaired after raid [1 reference]

– in Stamp Act disturbances [1 reference]

– issues proclamation promising pardons [2 references]

– justifies use of Indians [1 reference]

– leaves Boston [4 references]

– letters to Hillsborough [1 reference]

– loses Brattle's letter on military preparedness [1 reference]

– mentioned [30 references]

– moves the General Court to Salem [2 references]

– negatives JA's election to Council [3 references]

– negatives elected councilors [2 references]

– offers to send Boston poor to Salem [1 reference]

– opinion of, in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– orders powder moved from Quarry Hill to Castle Island [1 reference]

– portrait of [2 references]

– proclaims martial law and offers pardons (1775) [1 reference]

– protests maltreatment of soldiers [1 reference]

– removes General Court to Salem [2 references]

– replaces Thomas Hutchinson [2 references]

– replies to Suffolk Convention [1 reference]

– satirized [1 reference]

– seizes powder magazine in Charlestown, Mass. [2 references]

– sends William Brattle to N.H. [1 reference]

– sends aid to Marshfield loyalists [1 reference]

– succeeds Hutchinson [1 reference]

– superseded by Sir William Howe [1 reference]

– support for, eroding [1 reference]

– term of, as governor [1 reference]

– war preparations of [2 references]