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Charles Storer to Abigail Adams, 13 April 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:141]

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw, 21 November 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:391]

Abigail Adams Smith to Cotton Tufts, 16 January 1787 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:442]+

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:201]

Adams’ Notes of Statutes and Authorities: Court of Vice Admiralty, Boston, February 1773 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:225]

Adams’ Notes of Statutes and Authorities: Court of Vice Admiralty, Boston, February 1773 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:226]

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:239]+

Adams’ Minutes of the Argument: Court of Vice Admiralty, Boston, April 1773 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:240]

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:356]

Adams’ Minutes of the Trial: New Hampshire Court Maritime, Portsmouth, 16 December 1777 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:383]

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:6]

Transcript of Remaining Defense Evidence: 30 November–1 December 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:214]

Adams’ Argument for the Defense: 3–4 December 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:266]

Adams’ Argument for the Defense: 3–4 December 1770 [Legal Papers of John Adams 3:269]

From J. C. Champagne, 2 May 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:76]+

Joy Castle to the Commissioners, 22 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:230]

From Edmund Jenings, 22 August 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:466]+

From Edmund Jenings, 20 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:28]

From Edmund Jenings, 2 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:169]

To the Marquis de Lafayette, 10 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:304]+

To Francis Dana, 15 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:323]

To Francis Dana, 15 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:324]

Subentries

– Amer. Revolution's effect on [3 references]

– Amer. influence on events in [9 references]

– British defusing of association movement in [5 references]

– British efforts to control trade in [10 references]

– English confiscations in [1 reference]

– Franco-American plans for raids on coast of [4 references]

– Grattan contrasts situation in with U.S. [2 references]

– House of Commons [1 reference]

– House of Lords [1 reference]

– Irish troops in British army [1 reference]

– Irish-American trade [2 references]

– JA corrects Coke’s interpretation of laws affecting [1 reference]

– JA on discontent in [6 references]

– JA publishes Collection of State-Papers for circulation in [1 reference]

– JA requests intelligence on [1 reference]

– Massachusettensis on [1 reference]

– Rogers and Potter in [1 reference]

– Roman Catholicism in [1 reference]

– address to people of [2 references]

– allied with U.S., France, Netherlands, and Spain in wider war [1 reference]

– and British Parliament's right to legislate for [1 reference]

– and George III [2 references]

– and Irish Trade Bill [1 reference]

– and captured Amer. ships [3 references]

– and threat of Franco-Spanish invasion [1 reference]

– as source of supplies for British forces in America [4 references]

– comment on people of [1 reference]

– comments on British policy toward [5 references]

– discontent in makes ripe for revolution [1 reference]

– disorders in [3 references]

– effect of nonimportation movement in [1 reference]

– efforts to repeal Poyning's Law in [7 references]

– efforts to repeal Poyning’s Law in [1 reference]

– emigration to U.S. from [1 reference]

– future war with England [1 reference]

– habeas corpus act, mutiny bill, and tenure of judges in [1 reference]

– history of, and relation to English Parliament [2 references]

– immigrants to Amer. from [1 reference]

– importation of Brit. manufactures prohibited from [1 reference]

– independence for [7 references]

– influenced by Mass. form of government [1 reference]

– loyalty to Brit. crown [1 reference]

– mentioned [37 references]

– mercenaries from [1 reference]

– nonexportation to [3 references]

– nonimportation from [1 reference]

– political factions in [2 references]

– political unrest in [14 references]

– process of justice in [1 reference]

– reinforcements and supplies for British army from [5 references]

– relations with England and Rockingham ministry [1 reference]

– relations with England during Amer. Revolution [2 references]

– relationship to English king [2 references]

– repeal of 1720 Declaratory Act and legislative independence of [4 references]

– strength of British forces in [4 references]

– trade almost destroyed by war in America [1 reference]

– trade with Amer. colonies [4 references]

– troops from, arrive in Boston [1 reference]

– troops of, in Spain [1 reference]

– use of committees of correspondence in [5 references]

– verses on, by Lady Lucan [1 reference]

– volunteer movement in [9 references]