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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | G |  George III, King of England

References

Saturday Novr. 8. 1783. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:202]+

To Nathanael Greene, 9 March 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:109]+

From Elbridge Gerry, 25 January 1778 [Papers of John Adams 5:397]

From Elbridge Gerry, 25 January 1778 [Papers of John Adams 5:398]+

To the President of the Congress, 1 April 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:8]+

Hezekiah Ford to the Commissioners, 25 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:234]

Subentries

– AA comments on [5 references]

– AA's presentation to [5 references]

– AA2 and WSS announce marriage to [1 reference]

– AA2 comments on [1 reference]

– AA2 meets with [1 reference]

– AA: “a Wretch Callous to every Humane feeling” [1 reference]

– Adams family regard for [1 reference]

– Adamses present Americans to [5 references]

– American allegiance owed to person of [1 reference]

– Fitzherbert's commission and [2 references]

– Franklin satirizes [1 reference]

– Hanover lands of [2 references]

– Hartley's commission and instructions from [2 references]

– House of Commons urges to renounce offensive war against U.S. [2 references]

– JA on lack of power of, to judge elections [1 reference]

– JA on views regarding Anglo-Amer. peace [2 references]

– JA on “mulish Stubbornness” of [1 reference]

– JA's presentation to [10 references]

– JQA comments on [1 reference]

– Jefferson on [1 reference]

– Joseph Brant presented to [1 reference]

– Olive Branch Petition to (1775) [2 references]

– Proclamation for Suppressing Sedition and Rebellion [7 references]

– Rockingham ministry and [5 references]

– William V nephew of [1 reference]

– Windsor Castle as retreat for [1 reference]

– accession speech [1 reference]

– accession to throne [2 references]

– act of Parliament excludes colonies from protection of [1 reference]

– addresses Parliament [2 references]

– addresses opening of Parliament [1 reference]

– advised to keep Navigation Act [1 reference]

– affection for, reportedly lost [1 reference]

– and Anglo-Amer. reconciliation [1 reference]

– and Anglo-Dutch relations [5 references]

– and Anglo-Dutch war [4 references]

– and Armed Neutrality [1 reference]

– and Conway's motion [1 reference]

– and Edward Bancroft [1 reference]

– and Gordon Riots [5 references]

– and Gordon riots [1 reference]

– and Ireland [2 references]

– and Pitt [3 references]

– and Rockingham ministry [1 reference]

– and Roman Catholics [2 references]

– and Saratoga Convention [1 reference]

– and Stamp Act disturbances [1 reference]

– and Staten Island conference [1 reference]

– and Weissenstein affair [1 reference]

– and boundaries [2 references]

– and calls to end war with U.S. [8 references]

– and change of ministry during peace negotiations [1 reference]

– and customs officials [2 references]

– and incitement of Dutch mobs [1 reference]

– and offers of conditional peace [1 reference]

– and peace negotiations [12 references]

– and possible peace negotiations [1 reference]

– and proposal for separate peace with Netherlands [1 reference]

– and queen's birthday celebration [3 references]

– and question of sending minister to U.S. [1 reference]

– and recognition of U.S. independence [5 references]

– and reconciliation [1 reference]

– and the fisheries [1 reference]

– and trade barriers to English goods [1 reference]

– anniversary of coronation [3 references]

– arrangement with William V [2 references]

– as Pharaoh the 2d [1 reference]

– as object of Amer. hatred [1 reference]

– attempted assassination of [8 references]

– backs Pitt the younger as prime minister [1 reference]

– birthday celebrated [3 references]

– birthday of [4 references]

– called a “Poor, deluded Man” by JA [1 reference]

– comments on [1 reference]

– compared to William V [1 reference]

– compared with Louis XIV [1 reference]

– compared with Nero [2 references]

– conciliatory speech to Parliament [2 references]

– confidence in, expressed by Mass. Provincial Congress [1 reference]

– consequences of immediate peace for [1 reference]

– considers colonies in rebellion [1 reference]

– conversation with JA [1 reference]

– correspondence with Franklin [1 reference]

– criticism of [2 references]

– criticized [1 reference]

– criticized by John Wilkes [1 reference]

– debt of [1 reference]

– determined to prosecute Amer. war [3 references]

– differentiates between war in Amer. and European war [2 references]

– dissolves Parliament [1 reference]

– elector of Hanover [1 reference]

– false accounts concerning meetings of JA with [4 references]

– family of [2 references]

– favors West portrait of Charlotte [1 reference]

– gives Buckingham House to Queen [1 reference]

– hates C. J. Fox, dismisses Portland ministry [1 reference]

– hires German mercenaries [1 reference]

– inability to influence Americans [1 reference]

– influence of [2 references]

– library of [1 reference]

– loyalty expressed to [7 references]

– medal of [1 reference]

– meetings with JA [2 references]

– meets with Keppel [1 reference]

– mentioned [54 references]

– ministerial proposal to have superior court judges paid by [1 reference]

– name and arms removed [5 references]

– named in declaration on American privateers [1 reference]

– nation rallied by [2 references]

– no veto of peace under Rockingham ministry [1 reference]

– offers pardons to Regulators [1 reference]

– on Americans as his subjects [2 references]

– on compensation of loyalists [2 references]

– on fall of Charleston [1 reference]

– on need to continue war in America [1 reference]

– opposes Anglo-Amer. negotiations [1 reference]

– opposes North-Rockingham coalition [1 reference]

– outraged by abandonment of loyalists to trial [1 reference]

– peace negotiations and [10 references]

– personality and character [1 reference]

– petition to [3 references]

– plans offensive against America [1 reference]

– policies of continue war with U.S. [1 reference]

– popularity of [1 reference]

– prayed for in Dutch churches [2 references]

– proclamation for “Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition” [2 references]

– prorogues Mass. General Court [1 reference]

– quoted on independence of judges [1 reference]

– reaction to David Ramsay, The History of the Revolution of South Carolina [1 reference]

– reception of JA as minister plenipotentiary [3 references]

– recognition of U.S. and [8 references]

– reconciliation with brothers [2 references]

– referred to as “White Eyes” [3 references]

– refusal to acknowledge Amer. independence [1 reference]

– reign of as Age of Caricature [1 reference]

– rejects City of London petition (1775) [2 references]

– rejects Mass. petition on Thomas Hutchinson and Andrew Oliver [1 reference]

– rejects Olive Branch Petition [2 references]

– relationship with Bute [1 reference]

– relationship with Fox [1 reference]

– relationship with Shelburne [9 references]

– relationship with daughters [1 reference]

– replaces North with Rockingham [1 reference]

– report to on Capt. Henry Stanhope's conduct [1 reference]

– rumored to cede Canada and Florida to U.S. [1 reference]

– rumored to remain nominal sovereign of U.S. [1 reference]

– scalps taken on frontier purported to be sent to [1 reference]

– servants visit JA for étrennes [1 reference]

– speech at opening of Parliament [13 references]

– speech in Parliament [4 references]

– speech opening Parliament [6 references]

– speech opening Parliament (1775) [2 references]

– speech proroguing Parliament (1780) [4 references]

– speeches in Parliament [4 references]

– statue in Grosvenor Sq. [1 reference]

– statues and portraits of [2 references]

– supports Germain [2 references]

– supports North ministry [1 reference]

– supports party of Stadholder [1 reference]

– told that separate peace and reconciliation short of independence possible [1 reference]

– treatment of, in Declaration of Independence [1 reference]

– use of military power by [1 reference]

– voices expectation of Spanish intervention [2 references]

– walks of [1 reference]