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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | G |  Gérard, Conrad Alexandre (French minister to U.S.)

References

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 27 December 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:289]

From Silas Deane, 8 April 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:13]

From Silas Deane, 8 April 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:14]

The Comte de Vergennes to the Commissioners: A Translation, 15 April 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:35]+

Foreign Affairs Committee to the Commissioners, 21 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:228]

The Commissioners to the Foreign Affairs Committee, 29 July 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:332]

To C. W. F. Dumas, 14 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:47]+

To Benjamin Franklin, 25 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:50]+

From Henry Laurens, 27 August 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:399]

From William Gordon, 7 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:453]+

Subentries

– JA on [4 references]

– and Barbé-Marbois [1 reference]

– and Continental Congress [1 reference]

– and Franco-Amer. alliance [1 reference]

– and Jean Holker [1 reference]

– and Paine [3 references]

– and Silas Deane [3 references]

– and Thomas Paine [1 reference]

– and Vergennes [8 references]

– and William Carmichael [1 reference]

– and appointment and instruction of U.S. peace commissioner [2 references]

– and charge that France distrusted A. Lee [1 reference]

– and congress' consideration of peace ultimata [6 references]

– and loss of Fair Play at Guadaloupe [1 reference]

– arrival at Cadiz, Spain [1 reference]

– as “Republican Minister” [1 reference]

– comment on [1 reference]

– comments on [3 references]

– correspondence with Vergennes [1 reference]

– detail from portrait of [2 references]

– first French minister to U.S. [5 references]

– identified [2 references]

– letters of [2 references]

– mentioned [24 references]

– on Amer. rights to fisheries [1 reference]

– on Franklin [1 reference]

– on Pierre Jeannin [1 reference]

– opposes Amer. claims to Mississippi [1 reference]

– opposition to American fishing rights [1 reference]

– portrait of [1 reference]

– portraits of wife and son [1 reference]

– pressures congress to renounce a separate peace [1 reference]

– reception in Philadelphia [2 references]

– replaced by La Luzerne [2 references]

– reported in London during peace negotiations [2 references]

– sails on Confederacy [5 references]

– secretary in French foreign office [1 reference]

– sends JA's instructions to Vergennes [1 reference]

– supports Deane [3 references]

– takes leave of Congress [1 reference]

– takes leave of congress [2 references]

– urges JA's passage to Europe on La Sensible [2 references]

– use of English language [1 reference]