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Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848, son of AA and JA, designated as JQA in The Adams Papers):

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DCA03
57*
206*
304*
321*
329*
331-333*
342*
348-349*
353*
406-407*
xxv*
xxxiii*
xxxvii*
DCA04
52-53*
55*
78-79*
82-83*
85*
98*
107-108*
120-121*
124*
150*
222*
252*
264-265*
292-293*
330*
370*
385-386*
391-394*
406-407*
420*
x-xii*

subentries

acts as JA's personal secretary12

AFC06
111

independence of party8

DCA05
xxv*
DCA06
234-242 passim *
295*
328*
362*
377*
398*
405-407*

social life as Secretary of State7

diplomatic missions6

DCA01
DCA02
5

prepares and delivers eulogy on James Madison6

DCA07
87*
88*
94*
98*
100*
101-102*

rumored appointment to mission on northeast boundary controversy4

DCA08
195*
196*
198*
201*

Biddle's published letters to3

DCA07
146*
246-247*
xii*

Commissioner of Sinking Fund3

DCA01
69
70
85

helps promote sale of Amer. whale oil to France3

AFC05
464
AFC06

lecture on the Constitution for N.-Y. Hist. Soc.3

DCA08
212*
225*
226*

lectures on Smithson bequest3

DCA08
326*
327*
330*

on Webster's resolution3

DCA01
52
55
56

and Antimasonry2

DCA05
129*
244*

and Jackson ball, 18242

DCA01
20
36

attends Monroe's drawing room2

DCA01

Boylston professorship at Harvard2

DCA01

honored at Quincy picnic2

DCA08
104*
105*

political independence of2

DCA07
181*
xix*

Secretary of State2

DCA01

4th of July oration at Faneuil Hall (1793)1

DCA07
xiii*

4th of July oration in Newburyport (1837)1

DCA07
271-273*

alliance against election to Senate (1835)1

DCA08
326*

and Alexander Smyth and War of 18121

DCA01

and founding of Smithsonian Institution1

AFC07
269

and Ladd debts1

DCA01
445

asks Dana to tell Swedish merchant of exports suitable for America1

AFC05
87

as minister to the Netherlands1

AFC07
28

as secy. to Francis Dana1

AFC07
xxv

Boston Advocate friendly to1

DCA07
298*

Boston reaction to1

DCA07
342*

CFA on failure to leave Washington as President1

DCA06
30*

citizens present his portrait to Boston1

DCA08
142*

congressional election of 18381

DCA08
139*

criticized in whig address1

DCA07
99*

discusses with Clay Ghent Treaty and Jackson's invasion of Florida1

DCA02

early career1

DCA05
363*

estimates of, by others1

DCA05
51*

honored by ladies of Hingham1

DCA08
86-87*

in Norfolk Congressional election (1833)1

DCA05
144-145*

in Quincy1

DCA06
200-201*

later career1

DCA01

law office of, 1792-17941

DCA02
154

lecture on education in Braintree1

DCA08
314*

lecture on JA for Quincy Lyceum1

DCA08
126*

object of attack1

DCA06
322*

“one of those moments which compensate for a Life of Sorrows”1

DCA06
93*

on roads and canals bill1

DCA01
43

opposed by National Republicans1

DCA06
190*

political course of1

DCA07
149*

positions defined by A. H. Everett1

DCA06
184*

possible Democratic opposition to reelection1

DCA07
208*

proposed antimasonic nominee for Governor (1834)1

DCA05
357*

rumored whig nominee for governor1

DCA07
175*

Secy. of State1

DCA05
167*

support of Louisiana Purchase and of Embargo1

DCA05
33*

tells JA of Swedish expectation for early peace1

AFC05
87

tells JA that Denmark has designated an envoy to U.S.1

AFC05
98

urged to take action on currency issue1

DCA07
279*

visits French minister in Copenhagen1

AFC05
98

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