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

Index: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15, T

Thaxter, John, Jr. (secy. to JA)

26

as JA’s secy.

24

as JA’s amanuensis

18

returns to U.S. with definitive treaty and dispatches for Congress

9

travels to London

8

Letters To

7

JA (1783)

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JA (1784)

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6

JA writes letters of introduction for

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correspondence with JA

5

salary of

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carries letters to U.S. for JA and Franklin

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3

on army mutiny against Congress

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3

converses with S. Osgood

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3

correspondence with Thévenard

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3

recommended to Congress

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3

mentioned

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2

on Brit. economy and politics

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correspondence with C. Tufts

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2

Grands pay travel expenses of

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on Mass. economy and politics

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2

meets with Laurens

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relationship with JA

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on JA’s ex-servant Andrew

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on JA’s health

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borrows money from Laurens

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carries Dutch medal to Congress

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on Society of the Cincinnati

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1

on civilian control of military

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correspondence with AA

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1

correspondence with commissioners

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1

correspondence with Laurens

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correspondence with Lovell

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1

looks after Dana’s affairs

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1

on death of J. Otis

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1

dines with Comte de Breugnon

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1

discusses Anglo-Amer. trade with S. Hale

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1

on dispute between Jenings and Laurens

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1

on impost and commutation

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1

“A single Man, if industrious, need not starve in our Country”

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1

on Mass. lawyers

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1

recommends sea baths

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1

on W. Smith’s arrival in London

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1

speculates on Franklin’s source of information

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1

visits AA and AA2

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letter to commissioners listed (1783)

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