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Lee, William (brother of Arthur and Richard Henry)

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AFC05
DCA01
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DCA02
6
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10
20
37
DCA03
355*
375*
DCA04
112*
DCA08
273*
DQA01
PJA12
PJA13

identified1

DJA02
122

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Letters 39

To JA (1780)16

From JA (1780)12

PJA09
PJA10

To Commissioners (1778)4

PJA06
101 (cal.)
PJA07

To JA (1781)4

PJA11

From Commissioners (1778)1

PJA07
64

From Commissioners (1779)1

PJA07
354

To Commissioners (1779)1

PJA07
375

mentioned26

AFC03
AFC04
DJA02
DJA04
69
PJA06
PJA07
PJA08
PJA09
PJA10
PJA11

on military and naval operations13

as Amer. commercial agent11

PJA05

as commissioner to Prussia and Austria10

PJA05

on Anglo-Dutch relations9

PJA09
PJA10

and appointment of commercial agents5

and Lee-Neufville treaty5

PJA06
98

and treaty signed with Neufville5

PJA07

congress considers charges against5

PJA07
PJA08

on fading prospects for peace5

PJA09
PJA10

on JA's peace mission5

PJA09

commissions to Courts of Berlin and Vienna4

DJA04

controversy over salary4

PJA07
PJA08
68

dispute with Deane4

PJA09

in Brussels4

DJA02
DJA03
32
DJA04
242

on armed neutrality4

PJA09

and proposed treaty with Netherlands bankers3

AFC03
AFC04
362

and the Deane-Lee controversy3

DJA02
DJA04

correspondence with JA3

PJA09

JA sends forged Clinton letter to3

PJA09

need for Amer. ministers in Europe3

PJA10

on Anglo-Irish relations3

PJA09

on Clinton expedition to Charleston3

PJA09

on Dutch-American relations3

PJA09
234
PJA10
83
94

on Portuguese neutrality3

PJA09
PJA10
94

and proposed treaty at Aix-la-Chapelle2

and shipping of goods to Virginia2

and T. Morris' papers2

PJA07

criticized2

PJA06

criticizes Franklin's policies2

PJA10

health of2

PJA10

in Nantes2

DJA02
356
DJA04
140

JA announces mission's purpose to2

PJA09

JA defends against Deane's charges2

PJA07
404
PJA08
2

JA on, as diplomat2

PJA07
PJA08
165

JA quotes from letters by2

PJA09

on Americans in Europe2

PJA09
58
96

on obtaining acknowledgment of Amer. independence2

PJA10

opposes truce2

PJA09

proposes that agent be sent to conference to end War of the Bavarian Succession2

PJA07

relations with Franklin and Deane2

PJA05
xii
PJA06
15

unsuccessful mission to Berlin and Vienna2

PJA07

and bankers in Frankfurt1

DJA04
46

and Deane's address1

PJA07

and Ford1

DJA02
364

and Jenings1

DJA02

and Mercklé1

DJA04
52

and Mississippi Co.1

PJA06
14

Anglo-Dutch war and prospects for America1

PJA11
54

as agent for Va.1

PJA05
409

Boylston warns JA against1

PJA07
392

censured1

AFC03
229

commissions to courts of Berlin and Vienna1

AFC02
237

corr. with JA1

PJA11

disputes with Franklin and Deane1

PJA07
ix

JA notes expenditures for family of1

PJA08
156

JA predicts recall of1

PJA07
428

letter from JA listed (1780)1

PJA10
475

letter to JA listed (1780)1

PJA10
472

need to pursue independent foreign policy1

PJA10

on Anglo-Spanish peace negotiations1

PJA09

on Arnold's treason1

PJA10
382

on British depredations on neutral commerce1

PJA10
141

on British need for loan1

PJA09
416

on corruption of English people1

PJA09
119

on efforts to undermine Amer. resolve1

PJA10
417

on futility of British policies1

PJA09

on Mass. Constitution1

PJA10
142

on north-south divisions in America1

PJA10

on purchasing intelligence1

PJA09

on reasons for dissolution of Parliament1

PJA10
141

on reports of Gordon Riots1

PJA09

on Sardinian mediation1

PJA10
83

on Spanish reception of Jay1

PJA09
120

on supplying arms for uprising in England1

PJA09

on treatment of Laurens1

PJA10
346

recall of1

PJA08
184

return to America1

PJA08
169

slaves lost to enemy1

AFC04
204

suspects William Carmichael's patriotism1

AFC02
199

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