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Adams, John (1735-1826, designated as JA in The Adams Papers)

150

Agricultural and Scientific Interests

30

farming, farm improvements, and scientific agriculture

AFC01

AFC02

6

mathematics

DJA03

PJA01

6

medical science

DJA02

DJA03

7

notes on Winthrop's lectures

5

and Amer. Philosophical Soc.

5

chemistry and physics

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

5

hemp cultivation

5

and founding of Amer. Academy of Arts and Sciences

4

benefits and pleasures of agriculture

PJA01

PJA02

3

agricultural education

PJA01

3

fresh air and common colds

DJA04

3

makes weather observations and records

EJA01

3

records college theses on scientific subjects

EJA01

3

trees

DJA02

3

Winthrop's influence on JA's scientific interests and thought

EJA01

2

lightning and lightning rods

DJA01

2

natural history

DJA03

2

natural philosophy

PJA01

2

oceanography

DJA02

2

on the “mechanical Arts” of the Moravians at Bethlehem

AFC02

2

viniculture

DJA01

DJA02

1

European universities examined for possible imitation in America

AFC04

1

Indian antiquities at Fort St. David

DJA02

1

Pennsylvania and New England farming contrasted

AFC02

1

Rittenhouse's orrery

DJA02

1

Viney's bent-timber wheels

DJA03

1

and Société libre d'émulation, Paris

AFC03

1

assistance for Mass. Medical Soc. sought

AFC04

1

astronomy

PJA01

1

balloon ascensions

DJA03

1

beekeeping

DJA03

1

considers medicine as a profession

EJA01

1

crops grown in America

PJA01

1

exploration

DJA03

1

geology

DJA01

1

hygiene on ships in Continental Navy

DJA02

1

impatience with scientific empiricism

EJA01

1

inquires about land passage from Russia to America, &c.

AFC04

1

lasting impression made by Arnold's natural history collection in Norwalk, Conn.

AFC03

1

lightning rods in Philadelphia

AFC02

1

lists “American Curiosities” in natural history to be sent as gifts to France

AFC02

1

magnetism in lodestone

DJA03

1

marine biology

DJA01

1

naval architecture

DJA02

2

notes on Nieuwentijdt's Religious Philosopher

EJA01

2

on Dutch naturalist Lyonnet

AFC03

AFC04

1

on Franklin's theory of “Thunder Gusts”

AFC02

1

on farming in Maryland

AFC02

1

on ventilation and health

AFC02

1

paleontology

DJA02

1

peat in the Netherlands

DJA03

1

physicians

PJA01

1

plan to establish a society to encourage arts, agriculture, manufactures, and commerce

DJA02

1

proposes establishing a “philosophical society” in Boston

AFC02

1

reads Buffon's compilations with attention

AFC03

1

role in founding Amer. Academy of Arts and Sciences

EJA01

1

steam engines in English mines

DJA01

1

study of German as aid to scientific inquiry

AFC04

1

uses telescope in college

EJA01

1

visit to French Academy of Sciences

DJA04

1

visit to the “Cabinet d'Histoire naturell”

AFC03

2

“All nature is [worth studying].—But I have too much to do, to Study Men, and their mischievous Designs”

AFC03

AFC04

1

“I have never turned my Thoughts much to such Speculations”

AFC03

1

“all the Amusement that I ever had in my life ... is my farm”

AFC02

1

skeptical of research for its own sake

AFC03

See also: Astronomy
See also: Earthquakes
See also: Museums
654

Books, Reading, and Education

32

Digges sends printed material to

29

reading habits and schedule

AFC01

24

library of

DJA03

DJA04

PJA09

PJA10

PJA12

14

book purchases

DJA01

DJA03

12

library at MB

AFC07

PJA13

11

biblical allusions

PJA12

PJA13

9

books and newspapers sent to

8

requests, purchases, or receives books

PJA12

7

newspapers

PJA13

6

on his own motives, habits, and deficiencies in reading and studying

6

marginalia

PJA01

PJA02

6

congressional journal

PJA11

6

Jenings sends books and pamphlets to

PJA13

5

graduation

EJA01

6

early education and preparation for Harvard

DJA01

DJA03

5

views on schoolteaching

PJA01

5

Thomson, Britannia, cited and quoted

PJA08

5

newspaper subscriptions

PJA11

6

Bracht, Verzameling van de Constitutien

5

Constitutions of the Several Independent States of America

6

Bracht

PJA13

5

Day

PJA13

5

studies Plato's Laws and other works

AFC05

AFC06

4

quotes Montesquieu's De l'esprit des lois

AFC05

4

receives and presents old coin to Society of Antiquaries

AFC06

4

Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia

AFC07

4

Literary Commonplace Book

EJA01

PJA01

4

engaged as schoolmaster in Worcester

EJA01

4

exchanges reminiscences of undergraduate days with David Sewall

EJA01

4

keeping school in Worcester

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

4

at Harvard

DJA01

DJA03

4

Harvard

PJA01

4

Bible, cited

PJA05

PJA07

PJA08

4

subscribes to newspapers and periodicals

PJA09

PJA10

4

Wild sends printed material to

PJA10

4

Blackburne, Memoires of Thomas Hollis

PJA12

4

Hymnus in Cererem

PJA12

3

dealings with the Dilly firm in London

AFC01

3

wants his books in Boston law office moved to Braintree

AFC01

3

on history and government of the Netherlands

AFC01

3

requests books on French language

AFC01

4

comments on Temple's Observations upon the United Provinces

AFC03

AFC04

4

collects “grammers, Dictionarys, & treatises upon the French tongue”

3

Pestel's works on jurisprudence acquired in Latin and French

AFC04

3

“I would have you purchase that Hymn [to Ceres]”

AFC04

5

“Old Roman Lawyers and dutch Commentators”

3

Tyler uses JA's law books and papers

EJA01

4

begins diary as Harvard junior sophister

EJA01

3

libraries consulted

PJA02

3

Jenings' Considerations on ... a Treaty of Peace with America

PJA08

3

Bible, cited and quoted

PJA09

PJA10

3

seeks “prior documents” volume of Remembrancer

PJA09

3

Hartley's To the Committee of the County of York quoted

PJA09

3

seeks works by Malesherbes

PJA09

3

quotes from and alludes to Howe's Narrative

3

Blackburne, Memoirs of Thomas Hollis

3

Blackburne

PJA13

3

Sarsfield gives manuscripts to

PJA13

3

thinks better of Common Sense and its author in 1776 than later on

2

wants every new book on “Law and Government”

AFC01

2

buys and reads books on military science

AFC01

2

recommends books on wages, prices, money, and coinage

3

Spanish dictionaries and grammars purchased

AFC03

3

Demarville's Les verbes françois

AFC03

2

advises the reading of Rousseau as preferable to Voltaire and Chesterfield

AFC03

2

“a little Collection of Books” bought

AFC03

2

weekly Journals of Congress

2

works of the Abbé Raynal

AFC03

AFC04

2

“I have a Set of Popes Works but I am so glad to see an old Acquaintance that I cannot part with him yet”

AFC04

2

“the English Poets ... elegant, entertaining and instructive Companions”

AFC04

2

quotes Dryden

AFC05

2

wants Warton's History of English Poetry

AFC05

2

visits Royal Society

AFC06

2

pamphlets sent to

AFC06

2

library in Holland and England

AFC06

3

scientific reading in Nieuwentijdt

EJA01

3

purchases Gridley's copy of Van Muyden

EJA01

2

comments on reading required of lawyers

EJA01

3

influence of Professor Winthrop

EJA01

2

diary entries at Harvard

EJA01

2

marginalia, in Montesquieu

DJA01

2

marginalia, in Whately's Modern Gardening

DJA03

2

book purchases

PJA07

PJA08

2

library in Carpenters' Hall (Library Company of Philadelphia)

DJA02

2

and London booksellers

DJA03

2

Butler, Hudibras

PJA03

2

Pope, An Essay on Man, quoted

PJA04

2

Pope, On the Detraction Which Followed, quoted

PJA04

2

Pope, Satires, quoted

PJA04

2

Tacitus, cited

PJA07

2

Jenings' “Spirit and Resources of Great Britain Considered”

PJA08

2

Shakespeare, The Tempest, cited

PJA08

2

requests political works be sent from London

PJA08

2

Mably's Des principes des négociations quoted

PJA09

2

seeks book on admiralty law

PJA09

PJA10

2

Bolingbroke's Study and Use of History cited and quoted

PJA09

2

alludes to Pope's Dunciad and quotes from Essay on Man

PJA09

PJA10

2

Mouffle d'Angerville, Vie privée de Louis XV

PJA11

2

Delauney, Histoire d'un pou françois

PJA11

2

Raynal, Révolution

2

Goens, Consideratien op de Memorie

PJA12

2

Burgoyne

PJA13

2

W. Howe

PJA13

2

Raynal

PJA13

2

J. Thomson

PJA13

1

“reading news paper politicks”

AFC01

1

“I want to see my Books”

AFC01

1

“I have spent an Estate in Books”

AFC01

2

on works of Charles Rollin

AFC01

AFC02

1

“Multitudes of Pamphlets, News Papers, and private Letters to read” in Congress

AFC01

1

uses Mather family books and MSS

AFC01

1

lends sermon to Mrs. Warren

AFC01

1

Mass. General Court borrows his copy of Ruffhead's Statutes at Large

AFC01

1

general comments on the value of books

AFC01

1

disapproves of Chesterfield's Letters

AFC01

1

gives books to his children

AFC01

1

quotes Sully

AFC01

2

Lord Shaftesbury's Characteristicks

AFC02

2

presented with Mottin de La Balme's books on “Horsemanship and Cavalry”

AFC02

1

on the study of Amer. maps and geography

AFC02

1

studies Tillotson as young schoolmaster

AFC02

1

Hobbes' Political Works

AFC02

1

Thucydides' History

AFC02

1

Franklin's Experiments and Observations on Electricity

AFC02

2

books “concerning french History, Laws, Customs and Manners, but above all a large Collection ... on the public Right of Europe and the Letters and Memoirs of ... Ambassadors and public Ministers” admitted as a proper public charge by Congress

AFC03

1

asks for pamphlets on government

AFC03

1

works on military tactics, horsemanship, revolution, Danish history, and of classical authors left at York, Penn., for dispatch to Braintree

AFC03

1

Robertson's History of ... Charles V

AFC03

1

Defoe, Tour through the Island of Great Britain

AFC03

1

Buffon's Oeuvres complètes and Histoire naturelle des oiseaux

AFC03

1

folio of engravings of Greek mythological figures

AFC03

1

Bentivoglio's History of the Warrs in Flanders for parallels between the Dutch and American revolutions

AFC03

1

Linguet's Annales politiques ... du dixhuitième siècle

AFC03

1

Burgh's Political Disquisitions praised

AFC03

1

Le guide ... d'Amsterdam

AFC03

1

Court de Gébelin's Monde Primitif annotated

AFC04

1

“Terence is remarkable, for good morals, good Taste and good Latin”

AFC04

1

Cerisier's Tableau de l'histoire ... des Provinces-unies

AFC04

1

Robert Watson's History of ... Philip the Second in French

AFC04

1

Memoirs of Thomas Hollis

AFC04

1

Cervantes' Don Quichotte de la Manche

AFC04

1

Robertson's History of America

AFC04

1

American revolutionary documents translated into Dutch in Van der Kemp's Verzameling der Stukken

AFC04

1

“A Temple, a D'Avaux, a D'Estrates had ... masterly Pens to celebrate their own Negotiations”

AFC04

1

Tacitus quoted

AFC04

1

quotes Shakespeare's King Lear

AFC05

1

compares Voltaire's and Samuel Adams' writings

AFC05

1

quotes Pope's “On His Grotto at Twickenham”

AFC05

1

quotes Juvenal's 6th Satire

AFC05

1

opinion of Dryden's and Trapp's translations of Virgil

AFC05

1

quotes Book of Common Prayer

AFC05

1

quotes from Psalms

AFC05

1

buys Pope Clement XIV's Interesting Letters

AFC05

1

Sallust's Jugurthine War and other works in library of

AFC05

1

buys La Rochefoucauld's Maxims

AFC05

1

editions of Molière in library of

AFC05

1

wants Johnson's Lives of the English Poets

AFC05

1

Bolingbroke's works in library of

AFC06

1

teaches JQA mathematics

AFC06

1

gives books to William Cranch

AFC06

1

buys Shakespeare for AA2

AFC06

1

buys medical instrument for Amer. doctor

AFC06

1

library of, in Braintree

AFC06

1

commends Justinian's Institutes to JQA

AFC06

1

commends Theophilus' Commentary to JQA

AFC06

1

presented with treatise on education

AFC06

1

searches for books for Cotton Tufts

AFC07

1

sends treatise on education to John Shaw

AFC07

1

Milton, Paradise Lost

AFC07

1

publication of U.S. works in London

AFC07

1

purchases Samuel Clarke's sermons

AFC07

1

receives Latin translation of Young, Night Thoughts

AFC07

1

recommends books for Charles Storer to send to Jefferson

AFC07

1

requests books from WSS

AFC07

1

requests Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

AFC07

1

Tacitus, Histories

AFC07

1

taught navigation to Capt. Benjamin Beale

AFC07

1

writes marginalia in books

AFC07

2

legal reading as law clerk to Putnam

EJA01

1

uses the college library

EJA01

1

books and papers left with AA in 1778

EJA01

1

Tyler Sr. recommends books to

EJA01

1

uses Dr. Willard's library of medical books in Worcester

EJA01

1

enthusiasm for Orrery's Letters on Swift

EJA01

1

recommends Rollin's Belles Lettres

EJA01

1

rules for determining the excellence of language

EJA01

1

undergraduate papers lost

EJA01

1

account of JA's life at Harvard

EJA01

1

struggle to choose a career

EJA01

1

boards in Worcester with Willards at cost of the town

EJA01

1

marginalia, in Winthrop on earthquakes

DJA01

1

marginalia, in Hurd

DJA01

1

marginalia, in Mably

DJA02

1

marginalia, in Galloway's pamphlets

DJA03

1

marginalia, in Priestley

DJA03

1

marginalia, in Condorcet

DJA04

1

collection of Commonwealth pamphlets

DJA01

2

passport for books bought in France

DJA02

1

and N.Y. booksellers

DJA02

1

Dickinson's library at Fairhill

DJA02

1

in Spanish bookshops

DJA02

1

on library of George III

DJA03

1

and the Mathers' and Prince's libraries

DJA03

1

book collecting

PJA01

1

poets and poetry

PJA02

1

Braintree grammar school

PJA01

1

“We must recommend it to Mrs Warren and her Friend Mrs Adams to teach our Sons the divine Science of the Politicks”

PJA02

1

inadequacy of New England education to prepare statesmen

PJA02

1

Trumbull, McFingal

PJA03

1

Paine, Common Sense

PJA04

1

Milton, Paradise Lost, quoted

PJA04

1

James Harrington, Oceana, cited

PJA04

1

Matthew Prior, quoted

PJA04

1

Sully, quoted

PJA04

1

Grecian history cited

PJA05

1

Jonathan Swift, cited

PJA05

1

Peter Bayle, Dictionary Historical, quoted

PJA05

1

Maurice Saxe, cited

PJA05

1

Montesquieu, cited

PJA05

1

Abbé de Vertot, Revolutions in Roman Republic, quoted and paraphrased

PJA05

1

Essarts sends books to

PJA07

1

purchases Raynal's Histoire

PJA07

1

subscribes to La Blancherie's Nouvelles de la République

PJA07

1

Pope, Essay on Man, quoted

PJA08

1

borrows Memorials of the Courts of Great Britain and France from Mass. Council

PJA08

1

receives Itinerario español from Lagoanere

PJA08

1

sends Court de Gébelin's Monde primitif to Harvard

PJA09

1

Bielfeld's Institutions politiques quoted

PJA09

1

Pownall presents Memorial to

PJA09

1

comments on Dalrymple's Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland

PJA09

1

quotes Shakespeare

PJA09

1

Lynch sends books to

PJA09

1

seeks map of Gulf of St. Lawrence

PJA10

1

seeks copy of Price's Population of England

PJA10

1

purchase of Recueil des loix constitutives d'Etats-Unis

PJA10

1

reads Cerisier's Tableau de l'histoire

PJA10

1

comments on Mercy Warren's History

PJA10

1

comments on Raynal's Histoire

PJA10

1

Richardson, Clarissa Harlowe

PJA11

1

Genlis, Théâtre

PJA11

1

Cerisier, Tableau

PJA11

1

Ovid, Amores

PJA11

1

Goudar, Le procès des trois rois

PJA11

1

sends collection of constitutions to Luzac

PJA11

1

book dedicated to

PJA11

1

Entick, Dictionary

PJA11

1

sends An Address to the People of the Netherlands to U.S.

PJA12

1

Thaxter buys books for

PJA12

1

seeks to have Politique hollandais bound

PJA12

1

Bonne, Atlas

PJA12

1

Mandrillon sends printed materials to

PJA12

1

Van der Kemp, Verzameling van stukken

PJA12

1

Raynal, Staatsomwenteling

PJA12

1

Estienne, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae

PJA12

1

Faber, Thesaurus Eruditionis Scholasticae

PJA12

1

Ricard, Traité général du commerce

PJA12

1

misquotes Shakespeare, Tempest

PJA12

1

Dumont

PJA13

1

Janiçon

PJA13

1

Jefferys

PJA13

1

Loosjes

PJA13

1

Mably

PJA13

1

Mazzei sends books to

PJA13

1

Nugent

PJA13

1

Oxenstiern

PJA13

1

Pestel

PJA13

1

seeks London publishers

PJA13

1

sends pamphlet to Sullivan

PJA13

1

Robinson-Morris' Considerations

AFC01

1

Dodsley's Preceptor

AFC02

1

Constitutions of the . . . States of America

PJA13

0

For legal works cited by JA

See also: names of particular authors and titles
0

For works mentioned or cited see under the following authors' names

See: Addison
See: Bernard
See: Burgh
See: Burke
See: Butler, Samuel
See: Cibber
See: Cicero
See: Clarke
See: Cowell
See: Dodsley
See: Dummer
See: Eliot
See: Feijoó
See: Flavel
See: Forbes
See: Gorges
See: Hervey
See: Hoadly
See: Home
See: Horace
See: Hume
See: Hyde
See: Juvenal
See: Locke
See: Milton
See: Neal
See: Ogilby
See: Ovid
See: Plato
See: Pliny
See: Pluché
See: Pope
See: Pownall
See: Purchas
See: Pythagoras
See: Smith, John
See: Smollet
See: Speed
See: Taylor
See: Terence
See: Virgil
See: Warren
See: Willard

LJA03

See also: Libraries
See also: individual authors' names
1164

Character, Appearance, Habits, Domestic Life

26

Character

9

assessment by others

6

return to private life

PJA08

4

frugality with public money

PJA05

3

and public service

PJA07

PJA08

3

self-assessment

PJA05

1

public v. private virtue

PJA07

47

Domestic concerns

12

accounts and expenditures

PJA07

11

sends merchandise to AA

PJA07

7

foreign goods sent to AA

PJA06

4

costs of public service

PJA05

PJA06

5

private life desired

PJA05

2

chests of clothes

PJA05

1

JQA's lost breeches

PJA06

1

boards with Rev. Sproat while at congress

PJA08

1

financial sacrifices of

PJA08

1

opposition to AA's accompanying him to France

PJA05

1

pays for goods sent to AA

PJA07

1

with Franklin at Passy

PJA07

14

Home and Family

7

concern for AA

4

house in Boston

PJA03

PJA04

2

pleasures of Braintree

PJA03

1

possibility of moving family to Philadelphia

PJA04

141

Relationships

11

with La Vauguyon

PJA12

PJA13

6

party to Warren-Paine dispute

PJA04

6

with Vergennes

8

Franklin

PJA08

PJA05

5

dispute with John Dickinson

PJA03

4

Deane

PJA07

PJA08

3

hostility to John Hancock

PJA03

3

Dickinson

PJA08

3

Gordon

PJA05

4

Hancock

PJA07

PJA05

3

John Sullivan

PJA05

5

La Luzerne

PJA07

PJA08

3

Thaxter

PJA05

3

with Laurens

PJA13

2

associations with others as seen by himself

PJA04

4

A. Lee

PJA07

PJA05

3

Barbé-Marbois

PJA07

PJA08

2

Dubbeldemuts seeks meeting with

PJA12

2

Estaing

PJA08

2

J. Johnson

PJA08

3

J. Warren

PJA05

2

Jefferson

PJA05

2

Jenings as intermediary between Laurens and

PJA13

2

Landais

PJA07

PJA08

2

W. Cushing

PJA05

2

friendships of

PJA13

2

invites Dumas to live with him

PJA12

2

with Franklin

PJA12

PJA13

2

with Livingston

PJA12

PJA13

1

closeness to James Warren

PJA04

1

friendship with Samuel Adams

PJA03

1

rivalry with Robert Treat Paine

PJA03

1

Bancroft

PJA08

1

Barclay recommended to Jay

PJA13

1

Capt. S. Tucker

PJA06

1

Chase

PJA08

1

Cranch

PJA08

1

Gerry

PJA08

1

Greene

PJA05

1

Izard

PJA07

1

J. Langdon

PJA07

1

John Trumbull (poet)

PJA05

1

Knox

PJA05

1

Lafayette

PJA05

1

Laurens

PJA08

1

Louis XVI's esteem for

PJA12

1

Lovell

PJA05

1

Price

PJA07

1

Tudor

PJA05

2

Vergennes

PJA07

PJA08

1

Vernon Sr.

PJA07

1

Whitmarsh Jr.

PJA07

1

Wolcott

PJA05

1

inquires about Raynal

PJA12

1

introduces Paulus to Rush

PJA12

1

meets Ridley

PJA13

1

offers condolences to J. Searle

PJA12

1

regret over new faces in congress

PJA05

1

with Capellen tot den Pol

PJA13

1

with Llano

PJA13

1

Gérard

PJA07

1

Jenings

PJA07

1

and Jenings-Laurens dispute

PJA12

1

meets Fox

PJA13

1

meets Shelburne

PJA13

1

with Dumas

PJA13

2

with Jenings

PJA12

35

diary keeping

AFC03

AFC04

DJA01

DJA03

DJA04

EJA01

28

early introspective reflections

DJA02

26

assistance sought by and given to Amer. prisoners and others

18

appeals from and assistance to Amer. prisoners

17

interest in and consumption of Bordeaux wines

17

sends goods to AA

PJA09

PJA11

11

accounts with the Grands

11

marriage and children

DJA01

DJA02

11

early experiments with his handwriting

EJA01

10

recreation and exercise

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

10

use of pseudonyms

PJA08

PJA09

PJA11

10

Copley's portrait of

AFC06

9

eating and drinking habits

10

extent of own achievements in Netherlands over obstacles realized

AFC03

9

health of

AFC07

PJA05

PJA10

8

health and illness

PJA01

PJA02

8

love of nature

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

7

and French language

AFC02

AFC03

7

criticism of

7

health

PJA03

7

problems with Lovell cipher

PJA11

8

republican virtues preferred

6

companionship with girls and romantic interests

DJA03

6

effect of intercepted letters

PJA03

PJA04

6

moves belongings from Paris to Amsterdam

PJA11

7

on letter-writing

PJA02

6

personal accounts

6

public office at the cost of domestic happiness and welfare

6

salary

PJA11

6

sends AA a barrel of flour from Baltimore

5

problems with mail

PJA12

5

sends Dana a Washington miniature

PJA13

5

French language

PJA05

PJA06

5

assists prisoners

PJA10

PJA11

5

correspondence with friends

PJA03

PJA04

6

fears interception of letters

AFC03

AFC04

5

furniture at The Hague brought to London

AFC06

5

loss and destruction of portions of his papers

EJA01

5

made miserable by AA's complaints

5

practice of law

5

proposes academy for English language

5

relationship with mother

AFC05

AFC06

5

self-evaluation as virtuous man opposed by corrupt factions

AFC05

5

views of public life

PJA10

4

M. Laurens seeks assistance for father

PJA12

5

Ridley's journal account of

PJA13

4

anonymous letters critical of

PJA12

4

assistance for Andrews

PJA12

4

assistance for Stephens

PJA13

4

sends goods to AA

PJA12

PJA13

4

Lovell on

AFC03

AFC04

6

acquisition and use of letter-books

AFC01

AFC02

4

and wine shipment

AFC06

4

attends investiture of Ordre du St. Esprit

PJA09

4

attribution of Common Sense to

PJA04

4

childhood and youth

DJA01

DJA03

4

courtship of AA

AFC01

EJA01

4

enjoys and receives chocolate

AFC07

5

exercises

AFC07

4

fills up blank pages of diary with retrospective entries

EJA01

4

handwriting described

AFC05

4

home and family

PJA01

PJA02

4

household furniture and servants

PJA11

5

plan to live with family at The Hague

4

self-appraisal

PJA01

PJA02

4

use of tobacco

DJA01

3

difficulty reading Lovell cipher

PJA12

3

refuses to send Mazzei letter to Congress

PJA13

3

unable to read Dutch or German

PJA12

3

Deacon John Adams' will

PJA01

3

Waterhouse on

AFC04

3

as Honorius in McFingal

PJA03

3

characteristics of note-taking from books

EJA01

3

church attendance of

AFC07

5

desire for retirement from public life professed

AFC03

AFC04

3

elected to Amer. Phil. Soc.

PJA10

PJA11

4

friendships

PJA01

PJA02

4

handwriting

PJA01

PJA02

3

has JQA buy coach for family trip to Paris

AFC05

AFC06

4

interest in Worcester girls

EJA01

3

learns that Samuel is the “famous” Adams in Europe

AFC03

3

makes weather observations and records

EJA01

3

newspapers report on

AFC07

3

praise of his diplomatic achievements relished

AFC04

3

receives rum

PJA07

4

relationship with Charles Storer

AFC05

3

reputation in Mass.

PJA03

PJA04

3

residences

PJA05

PJA06

3

romance with Hannah Quincy

PJA01

4

romantic interest in and comments on Hannah Quincy

EJA01

3

rumored capture of

PJA06

3

self-evaluations

PJA11

4

thinks return home best for family

AFC05

3

typical day in Auteuil

AFC06

2

CA's expenses on return to U.S.

PJA13

2

Louis XVI praises

PJA13

2

advises Dana

PJA13

2

attends church

PJA12

2

birth of dauphin

PJA12

2

disputes with Otis

PJA13

2

familiarity with Hampshire County, Mass.

PJA13

2

invited to dine with Schiedam merchants

PJA12

2

leaves wine with Grands

PJA13

2

letters of lost or captured

PJA13

2

reads Searle's mail

PJA12

2

refuses to reply to Digges' letters

PJA12

2

wishes he were in Congress

PJA13

2

Amer. sailors given aid

AFC03

2

Chaumont's request that he purchase land

PJA08

2

Mary Cranch on

AFC07

4

Mather Brown's portraits of

AFC06

2

accounts

PJA11

2

and liberty-loving Dutch

AFC04

2

apparel

AFC03

2

as characterized in English press

AFC03

2

aspires to genius, learning, and eloquence

EJA01

2

attends church

AFC06

2

career choice

PJA01

2

club memberships

PJA02

3

code name

PJA11

2

confusion of names with Samuel Adams

PJA06

2

devotion to America increased by European experience

PJA10

2

divine Providence

PJA01

PJA02

2

embittered and humiliated by Congress' rebuke

AFC04

2

grows fat

AFC03

AFC04

2

hospitable to relatives in Europe

AFC06

2

laments father-in-law's death

AFC05

2

library

PJA03

2

marriage

PJA01

PJA02

3

on his work habits and living arrangements

EJA01

3

portrait by Blyth

DJA01

2

preference for “rusticrat Potatoes with Portia” to world of luxuries

AFC04

2

receives fish and meat from John Cranch

AFC07

2

rejects moving to Vermont

AFC05

3

responsiveness to worldly pleasures of France

AFC03

3

reunites with AA and AA2 in London

AFC05

AFC06

2

rise of parties disapproved

AFC03

2

uses Boylston seal

AFC05

2

verbal innovativeness

AFC03

2

wants family in Europe

AFC05

2

“I was an old smoaker”

EJA01

1

Dumas visits

PJA12

1

Dutch schoolmaster seeks help in finding new job

PJA12

1

Franklin sends fictional accounts of events in U.S. printed at Passy

PJA12

1

Laurens on

PJA13

1

Neufville presents print of Washington portrait by Trumbull

PJA12

1

Neufville seeks portrait of

PJA12

1

Temple affair and

PJA13

1

Vermont and

PJA13

1

and controversy over J. Temple's return to U.S.

PJA12

1

anecdote on patience

PJA12

1

assists J. Wheelock's fundraising effort

PJA13

1

attends English Church at The Hague

PJA13

1

attends Prince's Review

PJA12

1

book dedication to

PJA13

1

breakfasts with Sarsfield

PJA13

1

cannot read Dutch

PJA13

1

compared to Atlas

PJA13

2

criticism of for partiality in assisting Amer. prisoners

1

danger of using name in Britain

PJA12

1

described as “a most wretched politician”

PJA13

1

described as “pettifogging Attorney”

PJA13

1

dines with Laurens and Ridley

PJA13

1

effect of compliments on

PJA12

1

existence of God

PJA12

1

fails to send letter to Franklin

PJA13

1

immigration information sought from

PJA12

1

interest in improving education

PJA12

1

lacks commercial knowledge

PJA12

2

letters not sent

PJA12

1

not a “King Killer, King Hater or King Despizer”

PJA13

1

reads Dana's mail

PJA12

1

reasons for ending correspondence with Greene

PJA12

1

receives honorary degree from Harvard

PJA12

1

receives news of Yorktown

PJA12

1

receives word of CA's arrival in Massachusetts

PJA12

1

recommends Cerisier and Marien for membership in Amer. Academy of Arts and Sciences

PJA12

1

reflects on his qualities

PJA12

1

refuses to assist Allcock

PJA13

1

sarcasm of

PJA13

1

sends New England shilling to Thomas Brand Hollis

PJA12

1

sends merchandise to U.S.

PJA12

1

threat of execution in England

PJA13

1

to dine with Boreels

PJA12

1

toasts “A glorious Peace”

PJA13

2

use of codes and ciphers

PJA13

1

wants JQA to return to Netherlands

PJA12

1

wants JQA to return to The Hague

PJA13

1

wants to return home

PJA12

1

“I must be within the Scent of the sea”

PJA13

1

AA criticizes miniature of

AFC05

1

AA: “My Good Man is so very fat”

AFC01

1

Adams family physician in London

LJA03

1

Benjamin Rush on

AFC03

1

Dutch negotiations fully recorded and preserved by

AFC04

1

I am “too old to make a Figure in Arms” (1775)

PJA02

1

JQA's resemblance to

AFC06

1

Joseph Hawley's appraisal of

PJA02

1

Louisa Catherine Smith, JA's amanuensis in his old age

AFC02

1

Mars appropriate for table of

AFC06

1

Mary Cranch wishes him to be informed of Royall Tyler's true character

AFC07

1

Mather Brown portrait

PJA11

1

Paris banker

PJA06

1

Vinkeles' engravings of

AFC05

1

Witherspoon on

AFC04

1

amused by guest

AFC06

2

and John Temple

PJA11

1

and dispute over care of house at The Hague

AFC06

1

and the Porpas sloop

PJA08

1

and titles of dignity

AFC03

1

anecdote about giving fine dinners

AFC06

2

anecdote on Franklin

PJA07

1

appearance of

PJA11

1

arranges for milk and cream delivery in London

AFC06

1

as a courtier

AFC04

1

asks AA to acknowledge all of his letters by date

AFC02

1

asks Franklin to care for books and clothes

PJA10

1

behavior of Duke of Dorset toward

AFC07

1

belongings stolen

PJA11

1

boasts of his patience

AFC03

1

books and papers left with AA (1778)

EJA01

1

buys wine

PJA11

1

estimate of his character by Col. Josiah Quincy

DJA01

1

estimate of his character by Hamilton

DJA03

1

estimate of his character by John Paul Jones

DJA04

1

estimate of his character by Lord Howe

DJA03

1

estimate of his character by Rush

DJA02

2

portrait by Saint-Mémin

DJA04

1

estimate of his character by Samuel Tucker

DJA02

1

estimate of his character by Vauguyon

DJA03

1

estimate of his character by Vergennes

DJA03

2

portrait by Vinkeles

DJA03

1

estimate of his character by William Greene

DJA02

1

called by Mercy Otis Warren “the Stat Holder”

AFC02

1

called “a civil Cincinnatus”

AFC05

1

children mentioned

LJA02

1

clerk needed

PJA06

1

comments on

PJA11

2

compared to Sir William Temple

AFC03

AFC04

1

concern for saddle horse

PJA04

1

conscience

PJA01

1

content to farm, be a selectman and “get a little health and teach my Boys to be Lawyers”

AFC05

1

converts earliest diary to letterbook

EJA01

1

cuts relic from Shakespeare's chair

AFC07

1

decline of finances

PJA03

1

deplores his poor handwriting

AFC03

1

described by Tripolitan secy. as “un veritable Turk”

AFC07

1

described by William Langborn

AFC07

1

described on leaving to present A Memorial at The Hague

AFC04

1

desire to return to private life

AFC05

1

determines to keep family together

AFC06

1

dinners

PJA11

1

discusses politics with John Brown Cutting

AFC07

1

dislike of formalities and ceremonies

DJA01

1

dislikes English breakfast

AFC07

1

division of personal and public expenses

PJA11

1

doubts proficiency in French language

PJA11

2

early Blyth portrait

LJA01

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1

early letterdrafts as literary exercises

EJA01

1

early romantic interest of

AFC05

1

egotism, &c., distrusted by Madison

AFC04

1

encounter with Hannah Quincy in old age

EJA01

1

entertains lawyers and judge at dinner

LJA02

1

enumerates family cares

AFC05

1

envy of his position

PJA09

1

estimate of his character by Jonathan Sewall

AFC01

2

facsimile of his handwriting in 1777

AFC02

1

fond of tea

AFC05

1

forwards letters from James Warren to Winslow Warren

AFC07

1

friendship with Jonathan Sewall

AFC07

1

gathers possessions to be ready to return to America

AFC05

1

green velvet cap called a “Cap of Wisdom”

AFC06

2

habits as letter-writer

AFC03

AFC04

1

hires and dismisses a drunken coachman

AFC06

1

hiring a servant

AFC01

1

his letters “may exhibit to our Posterity a kind of Picture ... of these Times”

AFC01

1

humor of

AFC07

2

in British cartoon

PJA05

1

influenced by Rousseau

AFC03

1

informs James Elworthy of safe arrival of Bond family in Boston

AFC07

1

judged zealous but incautious by Gerry

AFC04

1

keeps food gifts confidential

AFC06

1

lack of self-control

DJA02

1

marriage to AA

AFC01

1

member of Bill of Rights society

PJA06

1

needs a clerk

PJA07

1

of calm and considered judgment

AFC04

1

on indigence at home

EJA01

1

on procrastination

EJA01

1

on virtue and holding public office

PJA09

3

proffered share in Vandalia Co.

PJA05

PJA06

1

purchases portrait of Jefferson

AFC07

1

recognition by Harvard

AFC04

1

recommends brother-in-law to Dutch merchants

AFC05

1

referred to as “Doctor Adams” in Massachusetts

AFC06

1

reputation of

PJA11

1

response to nature

PJA01

1

reunited with family in London (1784)

EJA01

1

role in Penhallow and Treadwell v. Lusanna

PJA05

1

sees own firmness or obstinacy

AFC04

1

sends early letters to Niles in 1819, now lost

AFC01

1

sister-in-law characterizes

AFC06

3

situation at the end of 1780

PJA09

PJA10

1

social finesse exhibited

AFC04

1

social life in Braintree

PJA11

2

social life in France

PJA05

PJA06

1

takes sons to France

PJA09

1

talent for sarcasm

EJA01

1

tears apart Epiphany pie

AFC06

1

tips sea captain

AFC07

1

use of letterbooks

AFC03

1

values brother-in-law's opinion

AFC05

1

views on epistolary style

AFC02

1

visits the Cranches in Salem (1766)

AFC01

1

walks for exercise

PJA09

1

wishes to write a history of the Revolution

PJA07

2

“A Child was never more weary of a Whistle, than I am of Embassies”

AFC03

AFC04

1

“Ballast is what I want”

EJA01

1

“I am told I am the first public Minister that ever lived without a Carriage”

AFC03

1

“I can pass for a Fool, but I will not pass for a dishonest or a mercenary Man”

AFC03

1

“I cannot eat Pensions and Sinecures, they would stick in my Throat”

AFC03

1

“I expect to be totally forgotten within 70 years from the present Hour”

PJA01

1

“I have not much of the Grand in my Composition”

AFC02

1

“I have so many Irons in the Fire, that every one burns”

EJA01

2

“I must be within the Scent of the sea”

AFC03

AFC04

1

“I think Women better than Men in General”

AFC03

1

“I was never very fond of public Life, myself”

PJA09

1

“I write in Trammells”

AFC02

1

“If I had Power I would forever banish and exclude from America, all Gold, silver, precious stones, Alabaster, Marble, Silk, Velvet and Lace”

AFC03

1

“It is not that my Pride or my Vanity is piqued by the Revocation of my envied Commission.... What affects me most is the Tryumph given to ... vile Intrigue against inflexible Honour and Integrity”

AFC04

1

“Literary and Professional ... Ambition”

AFC02

1

“My dear blue Hills, ye are the most sublime object in my Imagination”

AFC04

1

“Oh that I was a Soldier!”

AFC01

1

“Politicks are an ordeal Path, among red hot Ploughshares”

PJA02

1

“The Letters I have written ... must be kept secret”

AFC01

1

“The Times alone have destined me to Fame”

DJA02

1

“The Zeal-Pot boils over”

AFC01

1

“To tell you the Truth, I admire the Ladies here”

AFC03

1

“What are the Motives, that ought to urge me to hard study?”

EJA01

1

“a vile Habit of dozing in the Morning”

AFC01

1

“fortified with a shield of Innocence and Honour ten thousandfold stronger than brass or Iron”

AFC04

1

“my Life has been a Series of dissappointments, chequered with . . . a Ray of good Luck”

AFC05

1

“naturally inclined to be fat”

AFC05

1

“not formal and ceremonious enough” to be chief justice

AFC02

1

“should be painted looking like a short, thick, fat Archbishop of Canterbury”

LJA02

2

“stubborn independence” or “not servile enough”

AFC03

AFC04

1

“the Acquisition and Communication of Knowledge, are the sole Entertainment of my Life”

PJA01

2

“the Puritan ethic in action”

AFC03

1

“the most anxious and mortifying Year [1780] of my whole Life”

PJA10

2

propaganda efforts of

PJA12

1

and William Jackson

PJA11

1

as correspondent

PJA03

1

as politician

PJA03

2

brings law clerks into his family

1

character as revealed in his Diary and Autobiography

DJA01

1

estimate of his character by Franklin

DJA01

1

letter-writing habits

AFC01

1

letter-writing in old age

AFC01

1

orders grandsons to preserve what they write

AFC01

2

record-keeping habits

1

sons contemplate law study

LJA01

1

writes Van der Kemp on “the Litterary Character” of AA

AFC01

1

“a little like a Lion”

DJA01

331

Finances and Property

49

Accounts

15

with Neufville & Fils

9

with Congress

7

with Hodshon

PJA13

6

with Ravekes & Keulen

5

with Grands

2

with Willinks

PJA13

2

with loan consortium

PJA13

1

with Kortman

PJA13

1

with bookseller

PJA13

1

with coppersmith

PJA13

20

Cotton Tufts as agent for

20

land purchases

AFC06

19

investments and family business

14

salary of

9

tenants of

8

accounts with Grands

8

Boston house

AFC05

AFC06

7

salary

7

land transactions

DJA03

7

pays for sons' board and education

AFC07

6

assists H. Laurens

6

confusion over payment of wine bill

AFC06

6

invests in public and private securities

AFC07

5

Franklin as source of funds for

PJA12

5

and AA disagree on land purchases

AFC05

AFC06

6

leaves family business decisions to AA

AFC06

5

recovery of account books and money from Royall Tyler

AFC07

4

resents Franklin's payment of his salary

PJA13

3

account with David Sloan

AFC07

3

account with Elisha Doane

AFC07

3

buys woodland in Braintree from Mrs. Elihu Adams

AFC01

AFC02

3

care of Braintree home

AFC07

2

accounts with Congress

PJA12

2

examines accounts of Fizeaux, Grand & Co.

PJA12

2

for Dumas and family

PJA13

2

money stolen from

PJA13

2

account with Mr. Lambert

AFC07

2

attempts to collect old legal fees

AFC05

AFC06

2

cost of living in France

AFC05

AFC06

2

expenses in Europe

AFC07

2

income of in U.S.

AFC07

2

salary (1779 to 1784)

AFC06

1

Franklin advises on

PJA13

1

fails to keep accurate

PJA13

1

finances of during European missions

PJA13

1

proposes return to U.S. if funds unavailable to support his mission

PJA12

1

seeks letter of credit on Paris banker

PJA13

1

uses own funds for purchase of legation

PJA12

1

at Penny Ferry

PJA01

1

inheritance from father

PJA01

1

loans money to François Soulés

AFC07

1

lots in North Common

PJA01

1

pays bills

AFC05

1

problems with a Braintree rental house

AFC06

1

purchases manure

AFC07

1

sends AA money by Thaxter

AFC05

AFC04

DJA03

DJA04

LJA02

LJA03

293

Health and Illnesses

31

recovery from 1781 illness

11

seriously ill with fevers

AFC06

8

comments on health

AFC05

AFC06

8

general health of

AFC06

7

influenza

AFC04

PJA13

6

rumor of his being poisoned in New York

7

suffers eyestrain

AFC05

AFC06

5

family concerns over health

AFC05

5

good air and

PJA13

5

mission's demands and

5

poor health of

PJA12

5

“nervous Fever”

PJA13

4

Thaxter informs correspondents of JA's illness

PJA11

4

horseback riding sustains

AFC04

5

nearness to death

PJA12

4

severe nervous fever (1781)

AFC04

4

thinks Paris fever cures earlier ill health

AFC05

5

walks for health

AFC05

AFC06

3

bad air and

PJA13

3

prevents from writing

PJA13

3

receives “freedom of Amsterdam”

PJA12

4

recovers at Auteuil

AFC05

3

scurvy

AFC05

PJA13

2

anxiety and

PJA13

2

as excuse to move to The Hague

PJA12

2

brain allegedly effected by 1781 illness

PJA13

2

eye trouble

AFC04

2

goes to England to recover health

AFC05

4

illness

2

inoculated with smallpox

AFC01

AFC02

2

recuperation

AFC04

2

rides for health

AFC05

2

travel and

PJA13

2

violent cold

AFC03

3

“I have been, to the very gate of the other Mansion. My Feet had well nigh Stumbled on the dark mountains”

PJA12

2

“My Eyes are somewhat troublesome”

AFC02

2

“loaded constantly with a Cold”

AFC02

1

1781 illness cited as impairing intellect of

PJA12

1

Dana on

PJA12

1

Holland will chill “every drop of Blood in My Veins”

AFC05

1

James Jay as physician of

PJA13

1

bleeding as treatment

PJA12

1

cares for Thaxter

PJA13

1

describes ailments

AFC05

1

eye disorder

PJA11

1

gout

PJA13

1

health conditions in Holland

AFC05

1

horseback riding as cure

PJA13

1

illness at Auteuil (1783)

AFC03

1

inquiries about

PJA13

1

prevents rapid journey to Paris

PJA13

1

prevents travel to see Lafayette

PJA12

1

stagnant waters and

PJA13

1

tumor in neck

AFC04

1

wants long rest

AFC05

1

“Anxiety is good for my Health I believe”

AFC04

1

“I cannot pass a Spring, or fall, without an ill Turn”

AFC02

1

“I shall never be a Strong Man”

AFC05

1

“The [French] Climate and soil agree with me—so do the Cookery and even the Manners of the People ... Churlish Republican, as some ... call me”

AFC03

DJA01

DJA04

LJA01

LJA02

LJA03

473

Legal Studies and Career

14

Law Practice (inactive from 1778)

4

attempts to collect old legal fees

AFC05

AFC06

2

Lusanna case (1777)

AFC05

AFC07

2

former clerks of

AFC07

3

relationship with clerks

AFC05

AFC06

1

training of young lawyers

AFC07

1

old business with Joshua Green

AFC05

1

reads law in Worcester

AFC06

28

early cases and experiences at the bar (through 1761)

DJA03

26

accounts and fees for services as lawyer

LJA02

LJA03

25

notes of legal authorities

LJA03

See also: under names of particular authors and titles
12

practice

PJA02

10

Boston Massacre trials

AFC01

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

9

JA's law clerks

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

DJA04

9

drafts pleading forms

LJA01

LJA03

7

court materials and summaries in his “Admiralty Book”

LJA01

6

law clerks

15

teaching and training law clerks in his office

LJA03

6

Field v. Lambert, first legal case as counsel

7

admission to Suffolk bar

EJA01

5

choice of and apprenticeship in the law

AFC01

DJA01

DJA02

DJA03

5

law as career

PJA01

6

legal apprenticeship under Putnam

EJA01

6

sets up law office in Braintree

EJA01

4

JA's comments on his role in Massacre trials

LJA03

4

R. T. Paine's minutes of JA's courtroom appearances

LJA01

LJA03

4

drafts information praying forfeiture of logs and masts seized by Wentworth

LJA02

5

judicial service on Congressional prize appeal committee

LJA01

9

office records (docket lists, dockets, memoranda, bills, accounts, &c.)

LJA02

LJA03

5

records “Abstract” of writs of assistance argument

LJA01

LJA02

LJA03

4

writes Suffolk County bar on behalf of John Thaxter

AFC02

3

Lusanna case (1777 et seq.)

AFC02

DJA04

5

Boston offices

LJA01

LJA02

LJA03

6

JA's intellectual approach to the law

LJA02

3

Josiah Quincy on JA's role in Massacre trials

LJA03

3

Tyler uses JA's legal papers and books

EJA01

3

admission to Suffolk bar, to Superior Court, and as barrister

DJA01

DJA03

3

cases and experiences at the bar (1766)

AFC01

3

engaged by Preston and the soldiers in Massacre trials

LJA03

3

files plea to the jurisdiction in No. 56

LJA02

5

history and description of JA's legal papers and materials

LJA02

LJA03

7

keeps collection of noteworthy pleadings

LJA02

LJA03

5

keeps notes in commonplace book

LJA03

3

on Spanish courts and justice

DJA02

2

Wetmore's minutes of JA's courtroom appearances

LJA01

LJA02

2

argues in favor of power of inferior customs officer to seize a vessel

2

compiles notes on civil law

EJA01

2

compiles notes on probate law

EJA01

2

counsel for Boston to plead for reopening of courts

DJA01

2

drafts list of questions presented in No. 27

LJA01

2

files assignment of errors in No. 28

LJA01

2

law offices

PJA01

2

leaves legal and business papers with AA (1778)

EJA01

3

legal education and apprenticeship of JA

LJA01

LJA03

2

revenue cases in Court of Vice Admiralty

LJA02

2

study with fellow lawyers

PJA01

2

text of a closing address to jury on mobs

LJA01

2

the “Sodalitas” or lawyers' study club

DJA01

DJA03

2

writs of assistance case

DJA01

DJA03

2

“Sodalitas”

PJA01

PJA02

1

La Fortune case (1777)

AFC02

1

Admiralty case concerning whaling

LJA02

1

Auchmuty's report of a courtroom appearance by JA

LJA02

1

Gordon's comments on JA's role in Massacre trials

LJA03

1

Hutchinson's comments on JA's role in Massacre trials

LJA03

1

Kennebec Company one of JA's most important clients

LJA02

1

King v. Stewart (1774) and its sequels

AFC01

1

Oliver Whipple's report of a courtroom appearance by JA

LJA02

1

Pleadings Book

EJA01

1

Tyler to collect legal debts owed to JA

EJA01

1

Tyng v. Gardiner cases

AFC02

1

White Pine Acts cases in Court of Vice Admiralty

LJA02

1

William Cushing's report of a courtroom appearance by JA

LJA01

3

admitted attorney in Inferior Court

LJA01

LJA03

3

admitted attorney in Superior Court

LJA01

LJA03

4

and Gridley's “sodality”

LJA01

LJA03

1

appointed guardian of a minor

LJA01

1

attack on the Admiralty Court in Hancock case

LJA02

3

begins practice in Braintree

LJA01

LJA03

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1764)

AFC01

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1767)

AFC01

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1769)

AFC01

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1772)

AFC01

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1774)

AFC01

1

cases and experiences at the bar (1775)

AFC01

1

chooses a legal career

EJA01

1

chronology of JA's legal career

LJA03

1

comments on extent of jury's power

LJA01

1

compiles list of pleadings

EJA01

1

considered Corbet's case more important than Massacre trials

LJA02

1

counsel for assessors in case of a Presbyterian claiming tax exemption

LJA02

1

court circuit to Worcester (1763)

AFC01

1

criminal cases in Special Courts of Admiralty

LJA02

1

drafts abstracts of titles

LJA01

1

drafts poor-law petition in No. 26

LJA01

1

files plea in confession and avoidance in No. 33

LJA02

1

helps draft petition from Braintree troops on bounty

EJA01

1

impeachment proceedings against Peter Oliver

DJA02

1

keeps epitome of early reading of Coke on Littleton

LJA01

1

last case as active trial lawyer in prize controversy for Doane

LJA02

1

letters to three friends on studying law

EJA01

1

misgivings about his writ in Field v. Lambert

EJA01

1

office in Queen Street, Boston

AFC01

1

on importance of oratory to lawyer

EJA01

1

on lawyers as writers

DJA02

1

on lawyers in the Province who have made greater fortunes than he

AFC01

1

on means to draw a “Swarm of Clients”

EJA01

1

planned collection of anecdotes about lawyers

PJA01

1

politically important defense of Hancock and sloop Liberty on smuggling charges

LJA02

1

prize case in N.H. Court Maritime

LJA02

1

ranks colleagues of Suffolk bar

DJA01

4

rides circuit in “Eastern Counties” of York and Cumberland (now Maine)

LJA02

1

rivalry with Robert Treat Paine at bar

AFC01

1

slavery cases

LJA02

1

sought as counsel by Col. David Henley

AFC02

2

talks with leaders of Boston bar

EJA01

1

term of Superior Court of Judicature in Falmouth (Portland), Maine

AFC01

1

“1757 ... I longed more ardently to be a Soldier than I ever did to be a Lawyer”

AFC01

0

For legal authorities mentioned or cited, see the following

See also: Book of Assizes
See also: Fleta
See also: Mirror of Justices
See also: Barbeyrac
See also: Barrington
See also: Blackstone
See also: Bracton
See also: Britton
See also: Brooke
See also: Burn
See also: Burrow
See also: Cay
See also: Coke
See also: Comberbach
See also: Comyns
See also: Croke
See also: Cunningham
See also: Dalton
See also: Egerton
See also: Foster
See also: Gilbert
See also: Grotius
See also: Hale
See also: Hawkins
See also: Hengham
See also: Hobart
See also: Holt
See also: Manwood
See also: Moore
See also: Noy
See also: Plowden
See also: Pufendorf
See also: Raymond
See also: Rolle
See also: Ruffhead
See also: Rushworth
See also: Salkeld
See also: Salmon
See also: Shaw
See also: Sheppard
See also: Shower
See also: Siderfin
See also: Skinner
See also: Stryk
See also: Vattel
See also: Williams
See also: Wood, T.
1

JA's legal papers as materials for social history

LJA01

1

considered resuming practice after being retired from Presidency

LJA01

1

development and extent of JA's practice

LJA01

2

habit of recording courtroom minutes

1

inadequate treatment of JA's legal career in biographies

LJA01

1

law library

LJA01

2

legal papers of

DJA01

2

mechanics of JA's practice

LJA01

1

often paired with co-counsel

LJA01

1

plays leading part in early bar association

LJA01

1

relations with other members of the legal profession

2

relationship of JA's legal training and experience to his public life

3

travels court circuit outside Suffolk co.

See also: names of individual cases
See also: Hill, Edward
See also: Thaxter, John
See also: Thayer, Elisha
See also: Tudor, William
See also: under the names of JA's law clerks
1522

Letters To

1

AA (1762)

AFC01

1

AA (1762-1763)

AFC01

4

AA (1763)

AFC01

13

AA (1764)

AFC01

2

AA (1769)

AFC01

1

AA (1771)

AFC01

1

AA (1772)

AFC01

25

AA (1778)

AFC02

10

AA (1781)

19

AA (1782)

AFC05

4

AA (1784)

AFC05

4

AA (1786)

AFC07

1

AA2 (1774)

AFC01

1

AA2 (1775)

AFC01

1

AA2 (1776)

AFC01

2

AA2 (1777)

AFC02

1

AA2 (1778)

AFC03

1

AA2 (1779)

AFC03

3

AA2 (1782)

AFC04

AFC05

1

AA2 (1783)

AFC05

1

AA2 (1784)

AFC05

1

Abbé Raynal (1782)

PJA12

1

Adriaan Pieterszoon Loosjes (1782)

PJA13

2

Adrianus Dubbeldemuts (1782)

PJA12

3

Alexander Gillon (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

1

Alexander Gillon (1781)

PJA11

2

Antoine Marie Cerisier (1780)

PJA10

1

Antoine Marie Cerisier (1782)

PJA13

1

Arnold Henri Dohrman (1780)

PJA09

1

Arnold Henri Dohrman (1781)

PJA11

2

Arthur Lee (1778)

PJA07

6

Arthur Lee (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

5

Arthur Lee (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

2

Arthur Lee (1782)

PJA13

1

Arthur Middleton (1779)

PJA08

1

B. de Cabarrus Jeune (1780)

PJA09

1

Balthasar Elias Abbema (1782)

PJA12

2

Benjamin Franklin (1778)

PJA07

8

Benjamin Franklin (1779)

PJA08

13

Benjamin Franklin (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

28

Benjamin Franklin (1781)

PJA12

11

Benjamin Franklin (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Benjamin Franklin (1784)

AFC05

1

Benjamin Pierce (1780)

PJA09

1

Benjamin Rush (1778)

PJA07

3

Benjamin Rush (1779)

PJA08

2

Benjamin Rush (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

1

Benjamin Rush (1782)

PJA12

1

Bidé de Chavagnes (1779)

PJA08

2

Bidé de Chavagnes (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

1

Board of Treasury (1779)

PJA08

1

Briant Newcomb (1781)

PJA12

5

C. W. F. Dumas (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

19

C. W. F. Dumas (1781)

PJA12

5

C. W. F. Dumas (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

2

CA (1777)

AFC02

1

CA (1786)

AFC07

1

CA (1787)

AFC07

1

Catharine (Sawbridge) Macaulay (1770)

DJA01

1

Catharine (Sawbridge) Macaulay (1772)

DJA02

1

Charles Dilly (1780)

PJA08

1

Chevalier de Goësbriand (1780)

PJA09

2

Chevalier de La Luzerne (1779)

DJA04

PJA08

1

Chevalier de La Luzerne (1780)

PJA09

1

Col. Josiah Quincy (1759)

DJA01

1

Commercial Committee of Continental Congress (1778)

DJA04

3

Comte de Sarsfield (1780)

PJA09

5

Comte de Vergennes (1779)

DJA02

PJA07

PJA08

21

Comte de Vergennes (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

6

Comte de Vergennes (1781)

PJA11

1

Comtesse de Quadt Wykeradt (1782)

PJA12

11

Continental Congress (1781)

PJA12

3

Continental Congress (1782)

PJA12

1

Cotton Tufts (1764)

AFC01

4

Cotton Tufts (1776)

AFC01

AFC02

1

Cotton Tufts (1778)

AFC03

1

Cotton Tufts (1780)

AFC04

1

Cotton Tufts (1782)

AFC04

1

Cotton Tufts (1783)

AFC05

2

Cotton Tufts (1784)

AFC05

2

Cotton Tufts (1785)

AFC06

5

Cotton Tufts (1786)

AFC07

1

Cotton Tufts (1787)

AFC07

1

Daniel Crommelin & Son (1782)

PJA12

1

Daniel Hitchcock (1776)

DJA03

1

Daniel McNeill (1778)

PJA07

1

Daniel Roberdeau (1779)

PJA08

1

Daniël Jan Bouwens (1780)

PJA10

1

David Hartley (1780)

PJA10

1

Detournelle, M. (1779)

PJA08

1

Detournelle, M. (1780)

PJA08

1

Don Pedro Martin Cermeño (1779)

PJA08

8

Duc de La Vauguyon (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

2

Duc de La Vauguyon (1782)

PJA12

6

Edmund Jenings (1779)

PJA08

32

Edmund Jenings (1780)

PJA08

18

Edmund Jenings (1781)

PJA12

18

Edmund Jenings (1782)

PJA12

5

Edmé Jacques Genet (1778)

PJA07

2

Edmé Jacques Genet (1779)

PJA07

16

Edmé Jacques Genet (1780)

PJA08

1

Edward Dilly (1780)

PJA08

1

Edward Rutledge (1782)

PJA13

1

Edward Savil (1781)

PJA12

3

Elbridge Gerry (1778)

DJA04

PJA07

11

Elbridge Gerry (1779)

5

Elbridge Gerry (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

1

Elbridge Gerry (1781)

PJA11

2

Elbridge Gerry (1782)

PJA13

1

Elkanah Watson Jr. (1780)

PJA09

2

Engelbert François van Berckel (1782)

PJA13

1

F. & A. Dubbeldemuts (1781)

PJA11

1

Ferdinand Grand (1779)

PJA07

3

Ferdinand Grand (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

Fizeaux, Grand & Co. (1781)

PJA11

1

Fizeaux, Grand & Co. (1782)

PJA12

1

Foreign Affairs Committee (1779)

PJA07

1

Francis Bowens (1780)

PJA09

1

Francis Coffyn (1781)

PJA12

1

Francis Dana (1778)

PJA07

4

Francis Dana (1780)

PJA10

6

Francis Dana (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

8

Francis Dana (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

3

François Adriaan Van der Kemp (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

François Barbé-Marbois (1779)

PJA08

1

François Barbé-Marbois (1780)

PJA09

2

Gabriel de Sartine (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

4

Gabriel de Sartine (1780)

DJA04

PJA08

PJA09

1

Gerbrand Ravekes & J. G. Thin van Keulen (1782)

PJA13

1

Gertruy Roskam van Berckel (1782)

PJA12

1

Harvard College (1780)

PJA09

  • 7
  • (cal.)
1

Hendrik Bicker (1780)

PJA10

2

Hendrik Bicker (1781)

PJA11

1

Hendrik Calkoen (1780)

PJA10

1

Henry Grand (1780)

PJA10

2

Henry Grand (1781)

PJA12

2

Henry Grand (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

2

Henry Knox (1776)

DJA03

1

Henry Knox (1779)

PJA08

1

Henry Knox (1780)

PJA08

2

Henry Laurens (1779)

PJA08

2

Henry Laurens (1782)

PJA13

2

Henry Marchant (1779)

PJA08

3

Herman van Bracht (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Horatio Gates (1780)

PJA09

1

Isaac Smith Jr. (1770)

AFC01

2

Isaac Smith Jr. (1771)

AFC01

1

Isaac Smith Jr. (1780)

DJA04

1

Isaac Smith Sr. (1775)

AFC01

3

Isaac Smith Sr. (1776)

AFC02

2

Isaac Smith Sr. (1778)

AFC03

DJA04

4

Isaac Smith Sr. (1780)

AFC03

AFC04

1

Isaac Smith Sr. (1781)

AFC04

1

Isaac Smith Sr. (1786)

AFC07

1

J. Bernhard (1782)

PJA12

1

JQA (1776)

AFC01

5

JQA (1777)

AFC02

6

JQA (1780)

AFC03

AFC04

8

JQA (1781)

AFC04

4

JQA (1782)

AFC04

8

JQA (1783)

7

JQA (1784)

AFC05

3

JQA (1785)

AFC06

3

JQA (1786)

AFC07

1

JQA (1787)

AFC07

1

Jacob Roorda (1782)

PJA13

1

Jacobus Nolet (1782)

PJA12

1

James Freeman (1782)

PJA12

5

James Lovell (1778)

DJA04

PJA07

11

James Lovell (1779)

PJA07

8

James Lovell (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

1

James Lovell (1782)

PJA12

2

James Moylan (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

1

James Searle (1780)

PJA10

5

James Searle (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

James Searle (1782)

PJA12

1

James Sullivan (1782)

PJA13

1

James Warren (1776)

DJA03

1

James Warren (1778)

PJA07

2

James Warren (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

5

James Warren (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

4

James Warren (1782)

PJA13

1

James Wilson (1780)

PJA09

1

Jan and Dirk van Vollenhoven (1780)

PJA10

1

Jean Henri David Uhl (1782)

PJA13

7

Jean Luzac (1780)

PJA10

2

Jean Luzac (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

2

Jean Luzac (1782)

PJA12

10

Jean de Neufville & Fils (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

5

Jean de Neufville & Fils (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

2

Jeremiah Allen (1780)

PJA09

1

Jeriah Bass (1781)

PJA12

1

Jn. Pas. Lacoste & Courtiau (1782)

PJA12

3

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1780)

PJA10

2

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1781)

PJA11

2

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1782)

PJA12

1

Job Field (1781)

PJA12

1

Johann Ulrich Pauli (1782)

PJA12

1

John Bondfield (1778)

DJA04

11

John Bondfield (1780)

PJA08

PJA10

1

John Bondfield (1781)

PJA11

1

John Bondfield (1782)

PJA12

1

John Boylston (1779)

PJA08

1

John Boylston (1782)

AFC04

1

John Hodshon & Zoon (1782)

PJA12

2

John Hodshon (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

John Holker (1779)

PJA08

3

John Jay (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

3

John Jay (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

8

John Jay (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

John Laurens (1781)

PJA11

2

John Lowell (1779)

PJA08

1

John Paul Jones (1780)

PJA08

1

John Paul Jones (1782)

PJA13

1

John Thaxter (1777)

AFC02

1

John Thaxter (1778)

DJA04

1

John Thaxter (1780)

AFC03

1

John Thaxter Jr. (1786)

AFC07

2

John Wentworth (1758)

EJA01

1

Jonas Belton (1779)

PJA08

1

Jonathan Jackson (1780)

PJA10

1

Jonathan Loring Austin (1780)

PJA10

1

Jonathan Sewall (1759)

DJA01

3

Jonathan Williams (1778)

PJA07

5

Jonathan Williams (1780)

DJA04

PJA08

PJA09

5

Joseph Gardoqui & Sons (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

1

Joseph Gridley (1780)

PJA10

1

Joseph Mathias Gérard de Rayneval (1781)

PJA11

1

Joseph Palmer (1780)

DJA04

3

Joshua Johnson (1780)

PJA09

1

Joshua Johnson (1781)

PJA11

2

Laurent Bérenger (1781)

PJA11

1

Leray de Chaumont (1778)

PJA07

2

Leray de Chaumont (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

1

M. Baraux (1782)

PJA12

1

M. de Fleury of St. Hippolite (1778)

DJA04

1

M. de Kemtenstrauss (1780)

PJA09

1

Marbois (1779)

DJA04

1

Marquis de Lafayette (1779)

PJA07

5

Marquis de Lafayette (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Martha Laurens (1781)

PJA12

1

Mary Palmer (1776)

AFC02

1

Mary Smith Cranch (1761)

AFC01

1

Massachusetts Board of War (1781)

PJA11

1

Massachusetts Council (1779)

PJA08

3

Matthew Ridley (1782)

PJA13

1

Mercy Otis Warren (1778)

PJA07

1

Mercy Otis Warren (1779)

PJA08

1

Mercy Otis Warren (1780)

PJA10

2

Michel Lagoanere (1779)

PJA08

2

Michel Lagoanere (1780)

PJA08

1

Mr. Bergsma (1782)

PJA12

1

Muscoe Livingston (1780)

PJA09

1

Nathanael Greene (1780)

PJA09

1

Nathaniel Tracy (1780)

PJA10

4

Nicolaas & Jacob van Staphorst (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Norton Quincy (1776)

AFC01

1

Norton Quincy (1782)

AFC04

1

Oliver Wendell (1779)

PJA08

1

P. Hodinpyl (1782)

PJA12

2

Patrick Henry (1778)

PJA07

DJA04

1

Pechigny (1780)

AFC03

1

Pedro Casamayor & Co. (1780)

PJA08

1

Peter Boylston Adams (1776)

AFC02

1

Peter Chardon (1761)

DJA01

1

Philip Mazzei (1781)

PJA11

2

Philip Mazzei (1782)

PJA13

1

Philippe André Joseph de Létombe (1781)

PJA11

1

Pierre Landais (1780)

PJA09

1

Pieter van Bleiswyck (1781)

PJA11

1

Pieter van Bleiswyck (1782)

PJA12

6

President of Congress (1778)

PJA07

12

President of Congress (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

116

President of Congress (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

52

President of Congress (1781)

PJA11

1

President of the States General (1781)

PJA11

1

Prince Dmitri A. Gallitzin (1781)

PJA11

3

Ralph Izard (1778)

PJA07

2

Rector Verheyk (1780)

AFC04

1

Richard B. Lloyd (1780)

PJA08

3

Richard Cranch (1758)

EJA01

1

Richard Cranch (1766)

AFC01

1

Richard Cranch (1767)

AFC01

1

Richard Cranch (1774)

AFC01

1

Richard Cranch (1776)

AFC02

1

Richard Cranch (1778)

AFC03

1

Richard Cranch (1781)

AFC04

3

Richard Cranch (1782)

AFC04

AFC05

1

Richard Cranch (1783)

AFC05

1

Richard Cranch (1784)

AFC05

2

Richard Cranch (1785)

AFC06

5

Richard Cranch (1786)

AFC07

1

Richard Cranch (1787)

AFC07

1

Richard Henry Lee (1778)

DJA04

1

Richard Henry Lee (1779)

PJA07

1

Richard Henry Lee (1780)

PJA09

1

Robert Montgomery (1778)

PJA07

1

Robert Montgomery (1780)

PJA08

30

Robert R. Livingston (1782)

PJA12

1

Robert Treat Paine (1778)

PJA07

1

Roger Sherman (1778)

PJA07

1

Royall Tyler (1784)

AFC05

1

Royall Tyler (1785)

AFC06

1

Samuel Adams (1776)

DJA03

3

Samuel Adams (1778)

DJA04

PJA07

1

Samuel Adams (1779)

PJA07

6

Samuel Adams (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

4

Samuel Adams (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Samuel Andrews (1782)

PJA12

1

Samuel Chase (1779)

PJA08

2

Samuel Cooper (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

5

Samuel Cooper (1780)

PJA08

PJA10

1

Samuel Cooper Johonnot (1780)

PJA10

1

Samuel Curtis (1781)

PJA12

1

Samuel Holden Parsons (1776)

DJA03

1

Samuel Huntington (1780)

PJA10

3

Samuel Huntington, president of Congress (1779)

2

Samuel Huntington, president of Congress (1780)

4

Samuel Quincy (1758)

EJA01

1

Samuel Quincy (1759)

DJA01

3

Sigourney, Ingraham, & Bromfield (1781)

PJA11

1

Silas Talbot (1781)

PJA11

1

Stephen Sayre (1780)

PJA10

1

TBA (1775)

AFC01

2

TBA (1777)

AFC02

1

TBA (1787)

AFC07

1

Thomas Cushing (1778)

PJA07

1

Thomas Cushing (1779)

PJA07

15

Thomas Digges (1780)

PJA09

1

Thomas Digges (1781)

PJA11

1

Thomas Digges (1782)

PJA12

1

Thomas Greenleaf (1778)

PJA07

1

Thomas Jefferson (1780)

PJA09

1

Thomas McKean (1779)

PJA08

4

Tristram Dalton (1758)

EJA01

1

Tristram Dalton (1780)

PJA08

2

Unknown (1758)

EJA01

1

Unknown (1779)

PJA08

1

Unknown (1780)

PJA09

1

Unknown (1782)

PJA12

1

WSS (1786)

AFC07

3

Wilhem & Jan Willink (1782)

PJA13

2

William Carmichael (1780)

PJA09

1

William Churchill Houston (1780)

PJA10

4

William Crawford (1758)

EJA01

1

William Gordon (1780)

PJA09

1

William Heath (1778)

DJA04

1

William Hyslop (1778)

DJA04

4

William Jackson (1781)

AFC04

PJA11

12

William Lee (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

2

William MacCreery (1778)

PJA07

1

William MacCreery (1780)

PJA09

3

William McCreery (1778)

AFC03

DJA04

1

William Temple Franklin (1779)

PJA08

1

William Temple Franklin (1780)

PJA10

1

William Temple Franklin (1781)

PJA11

2

William Tudor (1776)

DJA03

3

William Vernon Jr. (1778)

DJA04

PJA07

1

William Vernon Sr. (1778)

PJA07

1

William Vernon Sr. (1780)

PJA09

1

William Whipple (1779)

PJA08

1

Zabdiel Adams (1776)

AFC02

1

de la Lande & Fynje (1782)

PJA12

10

loan consortium (Wilhem & Jan Willink, Nicolaas & Jacob van Staphorst, and De la Lande & Fynje) (1782)

1330

Letters From

2

AA (1763)

AFC01

11

AA (1764)

AFC01

1

AA (1767)

AFC01

1

AA (1773)

AFC01

6

AA (1774)

AFC01

12

AA (1778)

AFC02

AFC03

6

AA (1779)

AFC03

16

AA (1780)

AFC04

13

AA (1781)

13

AA (1782)

AFC05

15

AA (1783)

8

AA (1784)

2

AA (1786)

AFC07

1

AA2 (1783)

AFC05

1

Abbé Arnoux (1781)

PJA11

1

Abbé Arnoux (1782)

PJA12

1

Abbé Chalut (1781)

PJA11

1

Abbé Chalut (1782)

PJA12

1

Abbé Raynal (1782)

PJA12

1

Adriaan van Zeebergh (1782)

PJA13

2

Adrianus Dubbeldemuts (1782)

PJA12

1

Alexander Gillon (1779)

PJA08

3

Alexander Gillon (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

1

Alexander Gillon (1781)

PJA11

1

Alexander Hope (1782)

PJA13

1

Alvarez & Havart (1782)

PJA12

1

Anthony Mylius (1780)

PJA10

1

Anthony Mylius (1782)

PJA12

2

Antoine Marie Cerisier (1780)

PJA10

1

Antoine Marie Cerisier (1781)

PJA11

4

Antoine Marie Cerisier (1782)

PJA13

1

Arnauld de Laporte (1779)

PJA08

2

Arthur Lee (1778)

PJA07

7

Arthur Lee (1779)

PJA08

7

Arthur Lee (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

2

Arthur Lee (1782)

PJA13

1

B. Gannan & Zoon (1782)

PJA13

1

B. de Cabarrus Jeune (1780)

PJA09

1

Balthasar Elias Abbema (1782)

PJA12

1

Barnabas Deane (1778)

DJA04

1

Baron de Heimenthal (1780)

PJA08

1

Bartholomé Wild (1780)

PJA10

1

Bartholomé Wild (1782)

PJA12

1

Benjamin Franklin (1778)

PJA07

6

Benjamin Franklin (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

7

Benjamin Franklin (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

23

Benjamin Franklin (1781)

PJA12

11

Benjamin Franklin (1782)

PJA13

1

Benjamin Guild (1782)

PJA12

1

Benjamin Lincoln (1782)

PJA13

1

Benjamin Mends (1782)

PJA12

1

Benjamin Pierce (1780)

PJA09

1

Benjamin Rush (1778)

PJA07

3

Benjamin Rush (1779)

PJA08

4

Benjamin Rush (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

2

Benjamin Rush (1781)

PJA11

1

Benjamin Rush (1782)

PJA13

3

Benjamin Waterhouse (1780)

AFC04

2

Benjamin Waterhouse (1781)

AFC04

2

Bidé de Chavagnes (1779)

PJA08

6

Bidé de Chavagnes (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

3

Bidé de Chavagnes (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

Boston (1781)

PJA11

1

Briant Newcomb (1782)

PJA12

1

Briant Newcombe (1781)

PJA11

1

C. Mends (1782)

PJA13

7

C. W. F. Dumas (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

42

C. W. F. Dumas (1781)

PJA12

25

C. W. F. Dumas (1782)

PJA13

1

Charles Guillaume de Woedteke (1781)

PJA11

3

Chevalier de La Luzerne (1779)

DJA04

PJA08

2

Committee for Foreign Affairs (1780)

PJA10

1

Committee for Foreign Affairs (1781)

PJA11

2

Comte de Sarsfield (1780)

PJA09

1

Comte de Sarsfield (1781)

PJA11

2

Comte de Vergennes (1779)

PJA07

12

Comte de Vergennes (1780)

DJA04

PJA08

PJA09

PJA10

1

Comte de Vergennes (1781)

PJA11

1

Comtesse de Quadt Wykeradt (1782)

PJA12

1

Cornelis de Gyselaar (1782)

PJA12

2

Cotton Tufts (1775)

AFC01

5

Cotton Tufts (1776)

AFC01

AFC02

4

Cotton Tufts (1777)

AFC02

2

Cotton Tufts (1778)

AFC03

1

Cotton Tufts (1779)

AFC03

2

Cotton Tufts (1780)

AFC03

AFC04

2

Cotton Tufts (1781)

AFC04

2

Cotton Tufts (1782)

AFC04

AFC05

2

Cotton Tufts (1784)

AFC05

2

Cotton Tufts (1785)

AFC06

1

Cotton Tufts (1786)

AFC07

2

David Hartley (1780)

PJA10

2

David Hartley (1782)

PJA12

4

Duc de La Vauguyon (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

3

Duc de La Vauguyon (1782)

PJA12

5

Edmund Jenings (1779)

PJA08

30

Edmund Jenings (1780)

PJA08

24

Edmund Jenings (1781)

PJA12

26

Edmund Jenings (1782)

2

Edmé Jacques Genet (1778)

PJA07

1

Edmé Jacques Genet (1779)

PJA07

8

Edmé Jacques Genet (1780)

PJA08

PJA09

1

Edward Bridgen (1781)

PJA11

1

Edward Savil (1781)

PJA11

1

Edward Savil (1782)

PJA12

3

Elbridge Gerry (1779)

PJA08

1

Elbridge Gerry (1780)

PJA09

1

Elbridge Gerry (1781)

PJA11

1

Elizabeth Smith (1774)

AFC01

2

Elkanah Watson Jr. (1780)

PJA09

3

Engelbert François van Berckel (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

F. & A. Dubbeldemuts (1781)

PJA11

2

Ferdinand Grand (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

1

Ferdinand Grand (1781)

PJA12

1

Fizeaux, Grand & Co. (1781)

PJA11

1

Foreign Affairs Committee (1778)

PJA07

1

Francis Bowens (1780)

PJA09

1

Francis Coffyn (1781)

PJA12

9

Francis Dana (1780)

PJA10

14

Francis Dana (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

17

Francis Dana (1782)

PJA12

2

François Adriaan Van der Kemp (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

François Adriaan Van der Kemp (1782)

PJA12

2

François Barbé-Marbois (1779)

PJA08

1

François Barbé-Marbois (1780)

PJA10

1

François Teissèdre de Fleury (1780)

PJA09

1

Gabriel Johonnot (1780)

PJA10

1

Gabriel de Sartine (1779)

DJA04

1

George Logan (1780)

PJA09

1

George Washington (1781)

PJA12

2

Gerbrand Ravekes & J. G. Thin van Keulen (1782)

PJA13

1

Gregory Clark (1782)

PJA12

3

Hendrik Bicker (1780)

PJA10

1

Hendrik Bicker (1781)

PJA11

1

Hendrik Bicker (1782)

PJA12

2

Hendrik Brouwer Chs. zoon (1782)

PJA12

1

Hendrik Calkoen (1780)

PJA10

1

Hendrik van Blomberg (1780)

PJA10

2

Henry Grand (1780)

PJA10

7

Henry Grand (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

4

Henry Grand (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Henry Greig (1781)

PJA11

2

Henry Knox (1779)

PJA08

1

Henry Knox (1781)

PJA12

1

Henry Laurens (1779)

PJA08

3

Henry Laurens (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Henry Marchant (1779)

PJA08

3

Herman van Bracht (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Herr von Low (1782)

PJA12

1

Horatio Gates (1779)

PJA08

1

Isaac Collins (1782)

PJA12

1

Isaac Gouverneur (1781)

PJA11

2

Isaac Smith Jr. (1771)

AFC01

2

Isaac Smith Sr. (1775)

AFC01

9

Isaac Smith Sr. (1776)

AFC01

AFC02

7

Isaac Smith Sr. (1777)

AFC02

2

Isaac Smith Sr. (1778)

AFC03

2

Isaac Smith Sr. (1780)

AFC03

3

Isaac Smith Sr. (1781)

AFC04

3

Isaac Smith Sr. (1782)

AFC04

PJA13

1

J. D. Schweighauser (1778)

PJA07

5

J. D. Schweighauser (1779)

PJA08

1

J. Rocqùette, Th. A. Elsevier, & P. Th. Rocqùette (1781)

PJA11

1

JQA (1774)

AFC01

4

JQA (1777)

AFC02

4

JQA (1780)

AFC03

AFC04

8

JQA (1781)

AFC04

4

JQA (1782)

AFC04

10

JQA (1783)

9

JQA (1784)

2

JQA (1785)

AFC06

3

JQA (1786)

AFC07

1

Jacob Pope (1782)

PJA12

2

Jacob Roorda (1782)

PJA13

1

Jacobus Nolet (1782)

PJA12

1

Jacques Felix & Fils (1782)

PJA12

1

Jacques Le Maire (1778)

PJA07

1

James Bowdoin (1781)

PJA11

1

James Jay (1782)

PJA13

1

James Lovell (1778)

PJA07

15

James Lovell (1779)

3

James Lovell (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

7

James Lovell (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

1

James Moylan (1780)

PJA08

1

James Searle (1781)

PJA11

1

James Sullivan (1782)

PJA13

1

James Warren (1778)

PJA07

3

James Warren (1779)

PJA07

PJA08

5

James Warren (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

1

James Warren (1781)

PJA11

1

James Warren (1782)

PJA13

1

James Wilson (1780)

PJA09

1

Jan Heefke (1782)

PJA13

1

Jan Wynzouw (1782)

PJA12

1

Jean George Holtzhey (1782)

PJA13

1

Jean Henri David Uhl (1782)

PJA13

7

Jean Luzac (1780)

PJA10

5

Jean Luzac (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

3

Jean Luzac (1782)

PJA12

19

Jean de Neufville & Fils (1781)

PJA12

7

Jean de Neufville & Fils (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

3

Jean de Neufville (1781)

PJA11

3

Jean de Neufville (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Jeremiah Allen (1780)

PJA09

1

Jeriah Bass (1781)

PJA11

1

Jeriah Bass (1782)

PJA12

3

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1780)

PJA10

2

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

5

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

Job Field (1781)

PJA11

1

Job Field (1782)

PJA12

1

Johann Christoph Baumberg (1782)

PJA12

1

Johann Kalb (1779)

PJA08

1

Johann Ulrich Pauli (1782)

PJA12

1

Johannes Lousyssen & Zoon (1782)

PJA12

1

John Bondfield (1778)

PJA07

1

John Bondfield (1779)

PJA08

10

John Bondfield (1780)

PJA10

6

John Bondfield (1781)

PJA11

3

John Bondfield (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

2

John Boylston (1779)

PJA07

1

John Boylston (1781)

AFC04

1

John Boylston (1782)

AFC04

1

John Foster Williams (1782)

PJA12

1

John Hancock (1776)

AFC02

3

John Hodshon (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

3

John Jay (1780)

PJA09

PJA10

2

John Jay (1781)

PJA11

PJA12

4

John Jay (1782)

PJA12

PJA13

1

John Laurens (1781)

PJA11

1

John Loveney (1782)

PJA13

1

John Lowell (1779)

PJA08

1

John Manley (1781)

PJA11

1

John Paul Jones (1779)

PJA08

1

John Paul Jones (1781)

PJA12

2

John Thaxter (1775)

AFC01

3

John Thaxter (1777)

AFC02

4

John Thaxter (1778)

AFC02

AFC03

11

John Thaxter (1780)

AFC03

AFC04

PJA10

10

John Thaxter (1781)

AFC04

PJA11

4

John Thaxter (1782)

AFC04

PJA12

2

John Thaxter Jr. (1782)

PJA13

1

John Williams (1782)

PJA12

1

John van Heukelom & Zoon (1782)

PJA13

1

John van de Velde (1782)

PJA12

2

Jonathan Loring Austin (1779)

PJA08

1

Jonathan Loring Austin (1780)

PJA10

2

Jonathan Williams (1778)

PJA07

2

Jonathan Williams (1779)

PJA08

2

Jonathan Williams (1780)

PJA08