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George III, King of England

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DQA01
202
PJA05
PJA06
8
234

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mentioned54

AFC03
141
AFC04
104
AFC07
393
DJA01
DJA03
PJA09
PJA10
PJA11
PJA12
PJA13
409
LJA02

speech at opening of Parliament13

AFC01

and peace negotiations12

JA's presentation to10

peace negotiations and10

relationship with Shelburne9

and calls to end war with U.S.8

attempted assassination of8

AFC07

recognition of U.S. and8

loyalty expressed to7

Proclamation for Suppressing Sedition and Rebellion7

PJA03
PJA04

speech opening Parliament6

PJA10

AA comments on5

AFC06

AA's presentation to5

Adamses present Americans to5

AFC07

and Anglo-Dutch relations5

and Gordon Riots5

and recognition of U.S. independence5

AFC05

name and arms removed5

Rockingham ministry and5

PJA13

and Anglo-Dutch war4

PJA11
7
17
95
96

birthday of4

AFC07

false accounts concerning meetings of JA with4

speeches in Parliament4

DJA01
DJA03
66
94

speech in Parliament4

PJA11

speech proroguing Parliament (1780)4

PJA09
PJA10
20

and Pitt3

PJA09

and queen's birthday celebration3

AFC07
34
35
36

anniversary of coronation3

AFC06

birthday celebrated3

AFC06

determined to prosecute Amer. war3

PJA10

petition to3

PJA01
PJA02

reception of JA as minister plenipotentiary3

DJA03

referred to as “White Eyes”3

PJA10

accession to throne2

DJA01
201
DJA02
95

addresses Parliament2

PJA02

and boundaries2

PJA02
32
44

and customs officials2

DJA01
350
DJA03
275

and Ireland2

PJA09

and Roman Catholics2

PJA09

arrangement with William V2

PJA07

compared with Nero2

PJA12

conciliatory speech to Parliament2

AFC01

criticism of2

AFC05
113
AFC06
416

differentiates between war in Amer. and European war2

PJA12

family of2

AFC07

Fitzherbert's commission and2

PJA13

Hanover lands of2

AFC05

Hartley's commission and instructions from2

DJA03

House of Commons urges to renounce offensive war against U.S.2

PJA13

influence of2

PJA09

JA on views regarding Anglo-Amer. peace2

PJA13

meetings with JA2

AFC07

nation rallied by2

AFC04

Olive Branch Petition to (1775)2

PJA08

on Americans as his subjects2

PJA11

on compensation of loyalists2

DJA03
56
78

prayed for in Dutch churches2

PJA10

proclamation for “Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition”2

PJA08
56
57

reconciliation with brothers2

PJA09

rejects City of London petition (1775)2

PJA03

rejects Olive Branch Petition2

PJA04

speech opening Parliament (1775)2

PJA03
401
PJA04

statues and portraits of2

DJA02

supports Germain2

PJA08
74
76

voices expectation of Spanish intervention2

AFC03

AA2 and WSS announce marriage to1

AFC07

AA2 comments on1

AFC06
380

AA2 meets with1

AFC07
xxi

AA: “a Wretch Callous to every Humane feeling”1

AFC02

accession speech1

LJA02

act of Parliament excludes colonies from protection of1

DJA03

Adams family regard for1

AFC06

addresses opening of Parliament1

AFC07
16

advised to keep Navigation Act1

AFC06
387

affection for, reportedly lost1

PJA04
149

American allegiance owed to person of1

PJA02

and Anglo-Amer. reconciliation1

PJA11
117

and Armed Neutrality1

DJA03
60

and change of ministry during peace negotiations1

DJA03

and Conway's motion1

AFC04
292

and Edward Bancroft1

DJA04
71

and Gordon riots1

AFC03
370

and incitement of Dutch mobs1

PJA12
267

and offers of conditional peace1

AFC04

and possible peace negotiations1

PJA08
75

and proposal for separate peace with Netherlands1

PJA12
417

and question of sending minister to U.S.1

DJA03

and reconciliation1

AFC02
124

and Rockingham ministry1

AFC04
304

and Saratoga Convention1

PJA07

and Stamp Act disturbances1

DJA01

and Staten Island conference1

DJA03

and the fisheries1

DJA04

and trade barriers to English goods1

AFC06
467

and Weissenstein affair1

DJA04

as object of Amer. hatred1

PJA07
163

as Pharaoh the 2d1

AFC04
380

backs Pitt the younger as prime minister1

AFC05
328

called a “Poor, deluded Man” by JA1

PJA03
294

comments on1

PJA11
150

compared to William V1

PJA13
473

compared with Louis XIV1

PJA12

confidence in, expressed by Mass. Provincial Congress1

PJA02
198

consequences of immediate peace for1

PJA09
107

considers colonies in rebellion1

PJA02
413

conversation with JA1

AFC06
210

correspondence with Franklin1

DJA04
150

criticized1

PJA09
147

criticized by John Wilkes1

PJA01

debt of1

AFC07
180

dissolves Parliament1

PJA02

elector of Hanover1

PJA11
78

favors West portrait of Charlotte1

AFC07
270

Franklin satirizes1

PJA12
447

gives Buckingham House to Queen1

AFC05
266

hates C. J. Fox, dismisses Portland ministry1

AFC05
270

hires German mercenaries1

DJA03
389

inability to influence Americans1

PJA10
219

JA on lack of power of, to judge elections1

PJA01
206

JA on “mulish Stubbornness” of1

PJA13
216

Jefferson on1

AFC07
313

Joseph Brant presented to1

AFC07
34

JQA comments on1

AFC06
444

library of1

DJA03
150

medal of1

AFC07
348

meets with Keppel1

PJA08
8

ministerial proposal to have superior court judges paid by1

DJA03

named in declaration on American privateers1

DJA03
373

no veto of peace under Rockingham ministry1

PJA12
372

offers pardons to Regulators1

PJA10
221

on fall of Charleston1

PJA09
588

on need to continue war in America1

PJA12
136

opposes Anglo-Amer. negotiations1

PJA12

opposes North-Rockingham coalition1

PJA10
291

outraged by abandonment of loyalists to trial1

AFC04
266

personality and character1

DJA04
93

plans offensive against America1

PJA04
166

policies of continue war with U.S.1

PJA13

popularity of1

AFC07
454

prorogues Mass. General Court1

AFC01
69

quoted on independence of judges1

PJA01
295

reaction to David Ramsay, The History of the Revolution of South Carolina 1

AFC07
379

refusal to acknowledge Amer. independence1

PJA08
202

reign of as Age of Caricature1

AFC07
xiv

rejects Mass. petition on Thomas Hutchinson and Andrew Oliver1

PJA02
87

relationship with Bute1

PJA11
395

relationship with daughters1

AFC06
xii

relationship with Fox1

PJA13
xi

replaces North with Rockingham1

PJA12
371

report to on Capt. Henry Stanhope's conduct1

AFC07
288

rumored to cede Canada and Florida to U.S.1

PJA12
399

rumored to remain nominal sovereign of U.S.1

PJA12
399

scalps taken on frontier purported to be sent to1

PJA12
447

servants visit JA for étrennes1

AFC06
300

statue in Grosvenor Sq.1

AFC06
242

supports North ministry1

PJA10
44

supports party of Stadholder1

DJA03

told that separate peace and reconciliation short of independence possible1

PJA12
411

treatment of, in Declaration of Independence1

PJA04
343

use of military power by1

PJA09

walks of1

AFC07
268

William V nephew of1

PJA12

Windsor Castle as retreat for1

AFC07
268

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