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Warren, James (1726-1808, Mass. politician)

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DJA01
337
DQA01
314
AFC01
84

subentries

Letters190

From JA (1775)44

From JA (1777)24

From JA (1776)22

To JA (1775)19

To JA (1777)18

To JA (1776)11

PJA03
414

From JA (1776)5

PJA05

To JA (1780)5

PJA09
510
PJA10

From JA (1774)4

PJA02

From JA (1782)4

PJA13

To JA (1774)4

PJA02

From JA (1775)3

PJA02

From JA (1780)3

PJA09
57
63
PJA10
404

To JA (1779)3

PJA07
327
PJA08
91
98

From JA (1773)2

PJA02
1
2

From JA (1778)2

PJA06

From JA (1779)2

PJA07
427
PJA08
143

From JA (1780)2

PJA08

To JA (1775)2

PJA02

To JA (1778)2

PJA06

From JA (1778)1

PJA07
244

From John Thomas (1775)1

PJA03
119

To AA (1775)1

AFC01
286

To AA (1778)1

AFC03
31

To AA (1778)1

AFC03
34

To JA (1776)1

PJA05
33

To JA (1778)1

PJA07
110

To JA (1781)1

PJA11
352

To JA (1782)1

PJA13
518

correspondence with JA36

PJA07
PJA08
108
PJA09
512
PJA11
DCA07
145*
151*
152*
AFC03
AFC04
x
AFC07

military interests of16

relations with JA15

as paymaster general13

JQA visits12

AFC06
DQA01
DQA02

and independence9

PJA03
PJA04

as appointee to superior court9

in Mass. House8

PJA04
417

role on Navy Board at Boston8

PJA06
3
195

acquires Hutchinson house in Milton7

AFC04
78
99
100
141
153
189 (illus. facing)

and a constitution for Mass.7

PJA06
189

and Washington7

PJA03

election to and resignation from Congress7

AFC05

health of7

PJA03
PJA04

in Provincial Congress7

PJA03

and institution of government in Mass.6

PJA03
PJA04
232

as correspondent6

PJA03
PJA04
153

correspondence with the Adamses6

AFC06

on Hancock and Mass. politics6

PJA09
511

refuses public office6

AFC07

role in General Court6

PJA05
PJA06

and Mass. Provincial Congress5

PJA02

and Robert Treat Paine5

as major general5

PJA03
358
PJA04

on opening ports to trade5

public offices declined5

AFC03
AFC04
16
20
23

resigns as paymaster5

PJA04

solicitude and respect for JA5

PJA03
PJA04

speaker of Mass. House5

DJA02
DJA04
159

suggested as delegate to congress5

PJA04

and Benjamin Church4

PJA04
240
AFC01
299

and election for lieutenant governor4

PJA10

attitude of, toward Britain4

PJA03
PJA04

declines appointment as associate justice of Superior Court4

AFC02
16
27

favors French help4

PJA03
304
PJA04

forwards AA's letters to JA4

AFC01
AFC02

JA's intercepted letter to4

DJA02
DJA03

makes policy recommendations to JA4

PJA05

pressed by duties and yearns for farm4

PJA05

residence at Milton4

AFC05
11
51
AFC06

and election of lieutenant governor3

AFC07

and Franklin's attack on JA3

AFC05

as member of Navy Board at Boston3

PJA07
PJA08

comments on Thoughts on Government 3

PJA04

critical of some Mass. decisions3

PJA05

criticizes prerogative assumed by Council3

PJA03

defends militia and refuses to be outranked by Continental officers3

PJA05

elected to Mass. House3

PJA08
93
94
PJA10
265

hopes for foreign support3

PJA05

opposes price control3

PJA05
PJA06
188

retires from politics3

PJA13

and Winslow Warren's financial and legal difficulties2

AFC07

antifederalism and unpopularity of2

DQA02

CFA comments on2

DCA07
146*
150*

correspondence with A. Lee2

PJA13

critic of Gen. Ward2

PJA03

declines various appointments2

PJA05
28
33

elected lieutenant governor but declines (1780)2

AFC03
407
AFC04
20

election to Congress2

PJA13

favors completion of Articles of Confederation2

PJA03

lives in Hutchinson house in Milton2

DQA01
DQA02
425

not returned to General Court2

PJA07

on Canada2

PJA03
83
PJA04

on depreciation of paper money2

PJA08
92
99

on Hancock2

PJA07

on military operations2

PJA08

on political situation in Mass.2

PJA07
PJA08
93

portrait of2

PJA02
4
vii

proposes Mass. Navy2

PJA03
69
77

proposes test act2

PJA03

refuses to serve as lt. gov.2

PJA11

resentful of boasting by southern states2

PJA05

unfair treatment of, in public life2

PJA07

AA2 characterizes1

AFC05
31

AA on1

AFC07
194

AA owes debt to1

AFC07
401

and Charlestown petition for compensation1

AFC02
216

and JA's Thoughts on Government 1

DJA03
331

and love of farming1

PJA02
204

and new state governments1

DJA03
351

and Oakes Angier1

AFC01
141

and plans for Massachusetts Constitution1

AFC02
273

and salaries to delegates in Continental Congress1

AFC02
116

and the Howes' conciliatory mission1

AFC01
383

approves increased interest rates1

PJA05
139

as Councilor1

PJA03
31

Blakes consider purchasing home of1

AFC07
39

blames farmers for high prices1

PJA05
285

characterizes Joseph Reed1

PJA03
262

claims congress appoints weak officers1

PJA05
91

committee assignments in the House of Representatives1

PJA01

considered by JA for governor1

PJA04
183

courier used by, in 17761

PJA02
98

criticizes fee bill and leveling spirit1

PJA04
96

debt of1

AFC07
198

declared a rebel1

PJA03

defends Mass. efforts at raising troops1

PJA05
177

desires independent governments1

PJA03
303

displaced from Mass. Council (1778)1

AFC03
36

distaste for public office1

AFC05
37

distrusts merchants1

PJA03
305

explains price rise in Mass.1

PJA03

Gerry sends broadside of Declaration of Independence to1

AFC02
48

“has both Talents and Virtues beyond most Men in this World”1

AFC02
99

has no desire for war1

PJA02
213

“has some family difficulties”1

AFC02

“I am Content to move in A Small Sphere”1

PJA03
69

illness of1

PJA05
158

inoculated with smallpox1

AFC02
67

JA on1

PJA07
245

JA seeks advice from1

PJA02
144

JA sends Thoughts on Government to1

AFC01
384

letter from JA on Staten Island conference1

DJA03

letters from JA listed (1775)1

PJA08
382 (3)

letters from JA listed (1777)1

PJA08
384

letter to JA listed (1780)1

PJA10
474

letter to JA listed (1782)1

PJA13
556

location of house of, in Plymouth1

PJA02
108

member of Committee for Promoting Agriculture1

AFC07
140

member of Eastern Navy Board1

DJA02

member of Mass. General Court1

AFC01
99

on Common Sense 1

PJA04
45

on Deane’s address1

PJA07

on Dutch recognition of U.S.1

PJA13
519

on E. Watson Jr.1

PJA08
100

on French fleet at Boston1

PJA07

on French navy in West Indies1

PJA08

on his military qualifications1

PJA02
203

on JA1

PJA08
100

on JA's proposal for alteration of “Plan of Delegation” to Congress1

AFC02

on lack of news from Europe1

PJA08
91

on Massachusettensis1

PJA02
221

on Massachusetts government's operation1

PJA13
519

on North-South differences over government1

PJA04
231

on North-South division over fisheries1

PJA08

on politics as a career1

PJA02
108

on prices of provisions in Boston1

PJA08
92

on proposal to exact state compliance with levies by martial law1

AFC04
19

on similarities between “divine Science of Politics” in the Netherlands and U.S.1

PJA13
519

on Sullivan’s raids on the Six Nations1

PJA08
99

on Thomas Cushing1

PJA03
24

opposed to General Court’s meeting in Cambridge1

PJA01
240

oversees Elizabeth Otis Brown's inheritance1

AFC07
199

pleased with disestablishment of religion in southern states1

PJA05
92

Plymouth committee member1

PJA02
7

Plymouth representative in General Court1

DJA01
312

possible candidate for Mass. senate vacancy1

AFC05
11

praises AA's management of farm1

AFC02

quarrel with Robert Treat Paine1

AFC01

receives news of son's death1

AFC07
104

resigns as Continental paymaster general1

DJA03
379

send JA letter for son1

PJA13
520

Shaws visit1

AFC07
223

social and political relationship with the Adamses1

AFC01

views of, on First Continental Congress1

PJA02

visits AA1

AFC04
141

visits AA in Braintree1

AFC02
259

wants to return to farming1

PJA04
446

wishes JA's return to U.S.1

PJA13
519

wishes to go to Europe1

AFC06
115

would delight in English agriculture1

AFC05
450

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