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Papers of John Adams, Volume 14 (October 1782 — May 1783)
recognition of U.S. by
commercial treaty with U.S.
regulation of trade with U.S.
political situation in
JA’s appointment as minister to
appointment of U.S. minister to
attitude toward U.S. in
relations with Netherlands
emigration to U.S. from
appointment of minister to U.S.
failure to conclude commercial treaty with U.S.
compensation for loyalists and
JA on economic and political situation in
joint Anglo-Amer. citizenship proposed
appointment of Dutch minister to
appointment of minister to Netherlands
U.S. owed compensation by
Barbé-Marbois’ intercepted letter and
returns captured documents to U.S.
U.S. access to fisheries and
Franklin’s appointment as minister to
independence of Mass. judiciary and
Austro-Russian mediation and
communication between foreign ministry and diplomats of
1766 Declaratory Act and
defense of Jamaica and Gibraltar by
Negapatam, India, captured by
1749 negotiations over North Amer. boundaries
returns St. Pierre and Miquelon to France
1761 Writs of Assistance case and