The Dutch Republic and American Independence

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The full name of author and the complete title, with bibliographical data, are given in the bibliography. The alphabetical sequence of authors' family names follows the Dutch pat- tern: only the main word in the name is considered. "Van" and "de," corresponding to "of" and "the," are inseparable parts of the name, but are disregarded in alphabetization. Thus the name in note 1 below is listed under "Gelder, van."

The abbreviation "Kn." indicates the number of a pamphlet in Knuttel Catalogus.


PROLOGUE
1.
Van Gelder, Kunstgeschiedenis, 379.
2.
Niemeyer, "Aspects,"14.
3.
Niemeyer, "Cities and Scenery,"34.
4.
Gumbert, Lichtenberg, 23-24.
5.
Hammerdörfer, Holländische Denkwürdigkeiten, 5.
6.
John to Abigail Adams, 4 Sept. 1780, Adams Family Correspondence, 3:410; 9 Oct. 1781, ibid., 4:224. [Hereafter letters from John Adams will usually be indicated merely by the name of the recipient.]
7.
Watson, Tour, 29, 39, 65; compare Watson, Men and Times; to Abigail Adams, 15 Sept. 1780, Adams Family Correspondence, 3:414; 18 Dec. 1780, ibid., 4:35.
8.
Harris, Diaries and Correspondence, 2:98; Benjamin Franklin to Charles G. F. Dumas, 1 Aug. 1781, Diplomatic Correspondence, 3:234.
9.
Colenbrander, Patriottentijd, 1:85-86; SirJoseph Yorke to Lord Suffolk, ibid., 1:375.
10.
Ibid., 1:69; Geyl, Patriottenbeweging, throughout.
11.
Werkgroep 18e eeuw., no. 22; Geyl, Geschiedenis, 5:1209-10.
12.
Kossmann, "Crisis,"159; Herder, "Journal,"64-65; Harris, Introduction, 108-9; to President of Congress, 16 May 1781, Adams, Works, 7:418-19.
13.
Watson, Tour, 165-66; Hardenbrock, Gedenkschriften, 2:110.
14.
Dumas Letterbook, 4 Aug. 1778, 10 July 1781.
15.
Thorbecke, Historiscbe Scbetsen, quoted in De Wit, Nederlandse Revolutie, 281; Pearson, Diaries, 507-8; compare Truman, Off the Record, 370, 378, 384. For general background of the problem, see Boxer, Empire, ch. 10, and De Vries, Achteruitgang.
16.
Styl, Opkomst en Bloei, quoted in Geyl, Geschiedenis, 5:1205-6.
17.
Abigail Adams, Letters, 344.
18.
Voltaire, Oeuvres, 4:190; Mirabeau, Aux Bataves, 3; "Mémoire pour servir d'instruction du citoyen Francois Noël," Colenbrander, Gedenkstukken, 2:9. The verses from Voltaire read in the original French:

Notre esprit est conforme aux lieux que l'on a vu naitre,
A Rome on est esclave, à Londres citoyen.
La grandeur d'un Batave est de vivre sans Maître
.

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