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

Index: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15, L

Livingston, Robert R. (U.S. secy. for foreign affairs)

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Correspondence

22

with commissioners

10

with Dana

8

with Franklin

6

with Jay

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4

with Dumas

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3

with Laurens

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1

with Carmichael

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with Congress

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34

Letters From

1

commissioners (1783)

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8

JA’s response to criticisms by

6

commissioners’ response to criticisms by

6

criticism of commissioners by

4

Dana’s Russian mission and

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3

JA sends “Peace Journal” to

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on Armed Neutrality

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3

Barbé-Marbois’ intercepted letter and

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Franco-Amer. relations and

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resignation of

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JA sends letters and pamphlets to

2

on JA’s reports

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on Dana’s conduct

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2

introduces W. Bingham

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letters from JA listed (1783)

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JA’s “Letters from a Distinguished American” and

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on JA’s resignation as minister to Netherlands

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cautions Dumas against involvement in Dutch politics

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Dana on

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on Dumas’ salary

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2

Dutch-Amer. loan and

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Dutch-Amer. negotiations and

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Laurens sends Mr. Laurens’s True State of the Case to

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S. Osgood on

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Portuguese-Amer. treaty and

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recommends Carmichael as secretary to peace commission

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relationship with JA

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on possible Russo-Amer. treaty

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