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References

From Edmund Jenings, 1 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:7]

Enclosure: Draft of an Article, 23 April 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:293]+

François Adriaan Van der Kemp to John Adams: A Translation, 5 June 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:358]

To the President of Congress, 16 August 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:452]

Subentries

Oration on Boston Massacre [2 references]

– Boston residence unhurt during British occupation [2 references]

– Boston selectman [1 reference]

– Gen. Joseph Palmer's debts to [1 reference]

– J. Warren on as governor [1 reference]

– JA criticizes conduct of [4 references]

– JA on election as governor [2 references]

– JA writes to [2 references]

– JQA on health of [1 reference]

– Letters [3 subentries]

– Lovell's intercepted letter to [1 reference]

– Mass. delegate in Continental Congress [2 references]

– Mass. delegate to Continental Congress [4 references]

– Rawson on [1 reference]

– S. Adams critical of [1 reference]

– Sullivan critical of reaction by to tax resistance [1 reference]

– account with JA [6 references]

– accounts with JA [1 reference]

– ambition to be appointed commander in chief [2 references]

– ambitious for governorship [2 references]

– and Benjamin Harrison [2 references]

– and Boston Massacre cases [4 references]

– and Boston Massacre oration of (1774) [1 reference]

– and Deane-Lee controversy [1 reference]

– and Dr. Benjamin Church [1 reference]

– and Franco-American alliance [1 reference]

– and General Court dispute over appointment of officers [1 reference]

– and Harriet Temple's claim for damages [1 reference]

– and Hawley [1 reference]

– and Hutchinson [1 reference]

– and Jonathan Sewall [2 references]

– and Mass. politics [8 references]

– and Mottin de La Balme [1 reference]

– and R.I. expedition [2 references]

– and Samuel Adams [3 references]

– and Samuel Quincy [1 reference]

– and Sons of Liberty [2 references]

– and Temple controversy [1 reference]

– and Timothy Folger [1 reference]

– and anti-independence party in Congress [2 references]

– and appointment of Charles Lee [2 references]

– and case of Lydia [3 references]

– and case of sloop Liberty [2 references]

– and celebration of Fourth of July (1777) [1 reference]

– and controversy over J. Temple [1 reference]

– and election of 1788 [1 reference]

– and influence in Congress [1 reference]

– and presidency of Congress [4 references]

– and proposal of American peerage [1 reference]

– and ratifying convention [1 reference]

– and seizure of sloop Liberty [3 references]

– and “a pair of spurs” for Wilkinson [1 reference]

– anecdote about [1 reference]

– appointed Mass. major general [1 reference]

– arranges public reception for JA [1 reference]

– as Mass. delegate [6 references]

– as commander of Cadet Corps [2 references]

– as delegate to congress [4 references]

– as member of Mass. House [2 references]

– as treasurer of Harvard College [1 reference]

– at Harvard commencement [1 reference]

– birthplace in Quincy [1 reference]

– called “a sovereign without a Crown” [1 reference]

– candidate for governor [9 references]

– characterized by AA [1 reference]

– commander of Castle William [1 reference]

– commands Independent Company [1 reference]

– compared with Pisistratus [2 references]

– criticized as governor [5 references]

– denied British pardon [3 references]

– deposition, No. 58 [1 reference]

– described as “Guilded puppet” [1 reference]

– dines at Old House [1 reference]

– disagreements with [2 references]

– dispute with Harvard [4 references]

– elected governor [1 reference]

– elected to Congress (1785) [3 references]

– elected to Second Continental Congress [2 references]

– excepted in Gage's pardon proclamation [1 reference]

– exempted from Gage's offer of pardon (1775) [1 reference]

– expected in New York [1 reference]

– general of militia [1 reference]

– gift toward building of Brattle Street Meetinghouse [1 reference]

– gives ball for French officers [1 reference]

– governor [4 references]

– health and illnesses of [1 reference]

– health of [2 references]

– home of [1 reference]

– idea of JA running against [7 references]

– ill(?) with gout [1 reference]

– in British cartoon [2 references]

– in Continental Congress [15 references]

– in First Provincial Congress [1 reference]

– in Mass. House of Representatives [6 references]

– in No. 48 [1 reference]

– in No. 50 [1 reference]

– in R.I. campaign [1 reference]

– in Raynal's Révolution [2 references]

– in local and provincial politics [7 references]

– influence of [3 references]

– interview with Gage [2 references]

– invites JA and Dana to board the Sensible from the Castle barge [2 references]

– invites JA to dinner [1 reference]

– jealousy of JA's diplomatic mission [2 references]

– journey to Continental Congress (1775) [3 references]

– marriage of [2 references]

– marriage to Dorothy Quincy [2 references]

– mentioned [78 references]

– mercantile wealth of [5 references]

– military aspirations [1 reference]

– militia major general [2 references]

– miniature by Peale [1 reference]

– offers use of his house to AA and children during inoculation [4 references]

– on Boston town committee [1 reference]

– on replacement of Deane by JA [2 references]

– one of Braintree men who “set the World in a blaze” [1 reference]

– political aspirations [1 reference]

– portrait of [1 reference]

– power of attorney from Longman, No. 12 [2 references]

– president of Continental Congress [11 references]

– president of Marine Committee [1 reference]

– purchases house in Jamaica Plain [1 reference]

– re-elected (1783) [2 references]

– receives report on Hampshire Co. disorders [1 reference]

– recognizes Létombe as consul [1 reference]

– reelected delegate to Continental Congress (1776) [1 reference]

– reelected to congress [1 reference]

– relations with Harvard College [1 reference]

– relationship with S. Adams [1 reference]

– residence in Baltimore [1 reference]

– residence in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– resigns from governorship (1785) [4 references]

– resigns presidency of congress [2 references]

– respondent in Liberty affair, No. 46 [6 references]

– returns from Continental Congress (1777) [1 reference]

– ridiculed [2 references]

– rumored to be in the pay of France [2 references]

– service in Congress [1 reference]

– shareholder in Charles River Bridge Company [1 reference]

– ship Liberty seized (1768) [1 reference]

– speech at commencement [1 reference]

– speech of 31 Oct. 1780 published in Dutch [1 reference]

– suffers from gout [3 references]

– supports American attack on Boston [1 reference]

– terms as governor [1 reference]

– treasurer of Harvard College [2 references]

– unable to attend First Continental Congress [1 reference]

– uses JA letters to persuade legislature to pass federal impost [2 references]

– votes for censure of Wooster and Hopkins [1 reference]

– wharf of [1 reference]

– witness, No. 45 [1 reference]