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Papers of John Adams, Volume 15 (June 1783 – January 1784)

Index: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15, J

Jay, John (U.S. minister to Spain, later secy. for foreign affairs)

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joint commission to negotiate Anglo-Amer. commercial treaty and

10

peace negotiations and

7

correspondence with Livingston

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joint commission to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace and

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visits Bath

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mentioned

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JA on

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signs definitive treaty

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Carmichael and

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proposed commercial treaties with European nations and

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correspondence with JA

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correspondence with Franklin

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3

Barbé-Marbois’ intercepted letter and

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congressional attitudes toward

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correspondence with Congress

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Franklin’s failure to inform of treaty negotiations

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health of

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joint commission to negotiate commercial treaties and

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accounts with Barclay

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JA forwards letters to

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appointed secretary for foreign affairs

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arrives in Britain

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commissioners’ response to Livingston and

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on draft Danish-Amer. treaty

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Franklin’s conduct during peace negotiations and

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Laurens obtains compass for

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meets with Fox

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negotiation of Anglo-Amer. commercial treaty and

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recommends JA as minister to Britain

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signs preliminary treaty

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Vergennes and

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James Warren on

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Letters To

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JA (1783)

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2

Letters From

2

JA (1783)

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on Anglo-Amer. trade

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attends ambassadors’ day at Versailles

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commercial advice of

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correspondence with Dumas

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correspondence with Montgomery

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correspondence with R. Morris

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correspondence with Rayneval

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correspondence with P. Wright

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drafts commissioners’ reply to Laurens regarding meetings with Fox

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exchange of ratifications of preliminary treaty and

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1

fisheries and

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1

forwards letters to Laurens

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1

on importance of Dutch-Amer. loan

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1

invited to meeting of Revolution Society

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1

Sarah Jay’s concern for

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joint commission to accept Austro-Russian mediation and

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letters for JA to be sent to

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Livingston on

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on Livingston’s comments on commissioners

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meets with Portland

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Mercy d’Argenteau visits

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as possible minister to France

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as politician

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2

relationship with Franklin

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1

returns to U.S.

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sightseeing in London

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signing of cessation of hostilities and

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proposes ending slave trade

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U.S. independence and

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visits with JA in London

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letter to JA listed (1783)

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proposed bust of

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