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References

Abigail Adams to Charles Adams, 16 February 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:60]

Abigail Adams to Charles Adams, 16 February 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:61]

John Adams to Cotton Tufts, 26 May 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:207]+

From James Warren, 7 September 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:284]

Hezekiah Ford to the Commissioners, 25 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:235]+

From John Williams, 27 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:236]+

John Bondfield to the Commissioners, 8 September 1778 [Papers of John Adams 7:15]+

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

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

To Elbridge Gerry, 17 October 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:209]+

To Richard B. Lloyd, 20 February 1780 [Papers of John Adams 8:345]+

To Edmund Jenings, 9 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:8]+

II. To Le politique hollandais, 22 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:207]

III. To Le politique hollandais, 22 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:210]

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Collection of Original Papers [7 references]

History of Massachusetts Bay [1 reference]

History of Massachusetts-Bay [17 references]

History of the Colony and Province of Mass. Bay [2 references]

History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay [7 references]

– AA on his religious hypocrisy [1 reference]

– Addressers of [10 references]

– Boston house of, damaged in rioting [2 references]

– Franklin receives correspondence of [1 reference]

– JA comments on [3 references]

– JA on [12 references]

– JA's published comments on [1 reference]

– JA's relations with [14 references]

– James Bowdoin abhors [1 reference]

– Letterbooks [1 reference]

– Salem a stronghold of [2 references]

– adjourns superior court [3 references]

– allegedly linked in conspiracy with Bernard [9 references]

– anatomized by JA [6 references]

– and Bernard [1 reference]

– and Bowdoin [1 reference]

– and Jonathan Sewall [1 reference]

– and Mass. boundaries [6 references]

– and Otis [3 references]

– and Panton admiralty case [1 reference]

– and Samuel Quincy's appointment as solicitor general [1 reference]

– and Tea Act disturbances [3 references]

– and colonial agency [4 references]

– and colonial rights [3 references]

– and command of Castle William [2 references]

– and controversy over the chief justiceship [1 reference]

– and declaration of a day of prayer [1 reference]

– and impeachment of Oliver [1 reference]

– and impeachment of Peter Oliver [2 references]

– and pardon for Richardson, No. 59 [1 reference]

– and payment of judges' salaries [2 references]

– and plural office-holding [4 references]

– and the York “rescinders” [1 reference]

– and the tea crisis [4 references]

– appointed chief justice of Mass. [1 reference]

– appoints Hancock [1 reference]

– arrives in England [1 reference]

– as judge of probate [3 references]

– called “firebrand of the rebellion” [3 references]

– captured letters of [4 references]

– characterized [2 references]

– charge to Grand Jury, 1769 [1 reference]

– comment on soldiers' trial (No. 64) [1 reference]

– controversial letters to England [4 references]

– countryseat at Milton [3 references]

– death [2 references]

– death of [1 reference]

– death of son [1 reference]

– debate with the House of Representatives on authority of Parliament [10 references]

– defended [2 references]

– defends continuing General Court at Cambridge [1 reference]

– disputes with General Court [8 references]

– draft of writ, No. 44 [2 references]

– encourages taxation of Americans [1 reference]

– entertains military and revenue officials [1 reference]

– family of [3 references]

– former home in Milton [3 references]

– friendship with Jonathan Sayward [3 references]

– home of [1 reference]

– house in Milton, Mass. [3 references]

– house injured in riot, 1765 [1 reference]

– identified [1 reference]

– in No. 10 [1 reference]

– in No. 12 [1 reference]

– in No. 38 [1 reference]

– in No. 41 [2 references]

– in No. 46 [3 references]

– in No. 56 [7 references]

– in No. 57 [2 references]

– in No. 58 [4 references]

– in No. 59 [2 references]

– in No. 63 [7 references]

– in No. 9 [1 reference]

– in Pleadings Book cases [2 references]

– in political cartoon [1 reference]

– influence on Pownall [1 reference]

– instructions to (1771) [1 reference]

– law students of [2 references]

– lawyers' address to [1 reference]

– letter to his son read in Mass. Provincial Congress [1 reference]

– letters of [5 references]

– letters published in patriot newspapers [1 reference]

– lieutenant governor and governor of Mass. [5 references]

– mentioned [52 references]

– negatives JA as councilor [2 references]

– negatives JA's election to Council [2 references]

– negatives election of JA and others to Mass. Council [1 reference]

– on Anville's fleet [1 reference]

– on Nickerson murder case [1 reference]

– on independence [1 reference]

– on jury challenges, No. 63 [1 reference]

– on the “Centinel” articles [1 reference]

– on writs of assistance [4 references]

– opposes Thomas Pownall [1 reference]

– popular discontent with [3 references]

– relations with judiciary of Mass. [6 references]

– replaced by Gen. Gage [1 reference]

– residence in Milton, Mass. [1 reference]

– resignation of [4 references]

– role in Gray v. Paxton [1 reference]

– salary of [3 references]

– sends troops to Castle Island after Boston Massacre [1 reference]

– state takes letters found in home of [1 reference]

– summary of evidence in No. 63 prepared for [1 reference]

– suspected contributor to Galloway's Cool Thoughts [5 references]

– treatment of in England [1 reference]

– victim of Stamp Act riot [1 reference]

– vote for dismissal of [1 reference]

– witness in No. 63 [2 references]

– “Rapatio” in Mrs. Warren's Adulateur [1 reference]

– “that Arch Corrupter and Deceiver” [1 reference]

– “the mazy Windings of Hutchinsons Heart, and the serpentine Wiles of his Head” [1 reference]

– “the mazy Windings of Hutchinsons heart” [1 reference]