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DCA07
285*
334*
EJA01
PJA05
298
PJA07
PJA08

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mentioned57

AFC04
365
AFC07
DCA01
DCA05
63*
AFC02
PJA11

peace negotiations at13

Comédie Française10

compared to London10

AA and AA2 on theaters in9

AFC06

Comédie Italienne9

arrival of Adams party (1778)7

Variétés Amusantes6

AFC06
47

AA and AA2 comment on5

AFC06

Adamses reside near (1784-1785)4

Hôtel de Valois4

PJA11

JA has “violent Fever” in4

AFC05

preliminary and definitive Anglo-American peace treaties signed at (1782, 1783)4

Treaty of (1783)4

DCA04
333*
DCA05
30*
34*
43*

WSS travels to4

AFC07

American Commissioners at3

DCA03
59*
60*
195*

arrival of Adams party (1780)3

AFC03

concerts spirituels3

AFC06

Hôtel de Petits Champs3

PJA12

JA arrives at (1782)3

PJA13

Jay arrives at3

PJA13

T. Jefferson and3

AFC07

AA compares with Auteuil2

AFC05

Americans celebrate Independence Day2

DJA02
317
DJA04

arrival of Adams party in (1778)2

DJA02
296
DJA04

arrival of Adams party in (1780)2

DJA02
DJA04

as site for treaty negotiations2

AFC07
24
27

Barrière de la Conférence (customs check point)2

DQA01

Bastille2

PJA12
PJA13
99

celebration of carnival2

AFC06

closing of theaters during Holy Week2

DQA02

compared with Amsterdam2

PJA10

fashions in2

AFC05

“Fete des longs Champs”2

DJA02
302
DJA04

illustration of2

DQA01
219
DQA01
229

JA and JQA leave for England2

AFC05

JA arrives at (1780)2

PJA13

JA in2

PJA11

JA on walking about2

PJA09

JA resides in (1782-1783)2

AFC05
16
ix

JA's journey from Amsterdam to (1781)2

PJA13

John Bowdoin and2

AFC07

JQA attends opera and theater in2

AFC03

Laurens arrives at2

PJA13

map of2

PJA09
382-383 (illus.)

map of western suburbs2

AFC06
4 (illus.)
vii

Parliament of2

AFC01
72
78

prostitutes in2

AFC07

prostitution in2

AFC05

“putrid Streets of”2

AFC05
430
AFC06
vii

Rue de Richelieu2

PJA11

Voltaire in2

DCA01

AA describes churches in1

AFC06

Adamses import wine from1

AFC07
44

Adamses in1

AFC07
27

as conduit for news from U.S.1

PJA12
129

ballooning in1

AFC06

birth of princess celebrated1

AFC03
141

climate of1

PJA11
404

compared to The Hague1

AFC07
15

Deane and Franklin in1

AFC04
231

described in 17801

PJA09

entertainment acts in1

AFC06

Franklin arrives in (1776)1

AFC02
177

French duties on wine1

AFC07
44

Grands Danseurs du Roi1

DQA01
215

healthier than Holland1

AFC05
130

Hotel de Clary1

PJA13
540

Hotel de Vauban1

PJA13
540

inoculation not permitted in1

AFC06
8

insolence of servants in1

AFC05
457

Isaac Smith Jr. describes1

AFC01

JA: “one of those enormous masses of human nature”1

AFC05
401

JA: will be “another Furnace of Affliction”1

AFC05
15

JA on1

PJA11
106

JA's journey to1

PJA09
49

JQA on roads from1

AFC06
144

Lent and Easter in1

AFC06

maréchaussée1

AFC06
131

Maria Anne Fitzherbert flees to1

AFC07
67

Mary Jefferson travels to1

AFC07
410

moving company in1

PJA11
288

Opéra Comique1

DQA01
xiv

plan for illuminating streets of1

AFC05
464

police of, and the Weissenstein affair1

DJA04

postal system of1

AFC03

pre-lenten carnival in1

DQA01
220

respectful manners toward women in1

AFC05
448

Ridley and JA meet at (1778)1

PJA13
57

Ridley arrives at1

PJA13
57

Rue de Clary1

PJA13
540

Rue St. Denis1

PJA11
305

Rue St. Honoré1

PJA11
405

Te Deum celebration for birth of prince1

DQA01

theaters closed during Lent1

AFC05
127

Théâtre des Petits Comédiens1

DQA01

Treaty of1

DCA02
287

treaty seal1

DCA05
202-203*

University of1

AFC01
143

visiting in1

AFC07
15

cold March weather (1785)1

DQA01
228
See also: Passy, France
See also: under names of Paris institutions

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