The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States: With a Life of the Author, Notes and Illustrations - Vol. 8

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THE WORKS OF JOHN ADAMS, SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,

NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS, BY HIS GRANDSON CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS.

VOL. VIII.

BOSTON: 1853LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents of Volume VIII v
  • Public Papers. 3
  • To Secretary Livingston. 5
  • To Secretary Livingston. 10
  • To Secretary Livingston. 11
  • To Secretary Livingston. 13
  • To Secretary Livingston. 14
  • To Secretary Livingston. 16
  • To Francis Dana. 17
  • The Commissioners to Francis Dana. 17
  • The Commissioners to Secretary Livingston. 18
  • J. G. Holtzhey to John Adams. 20
  • J. G. Holtzhey to John Adams. 21
  • To M. Dumas. 22
  • To J. G. Holtzhey. 23
  • To J. G. Holtzhey. 24
  • To J. G. Holtzhey. 25
  • To J. G. Holtzhey. 25
  • To J. G. Holtzhey. 26
  • M. Dumas to John Adams. 29
  • To M. Dumas. 30
  • To M. Dumas. 31
  • To M. Dumas. 32
  • To M. Dumas. 33
  • To M. Dumas. 40
  • To M. Dumas. 41
  • To M. Dumas. 41
  • To M. Dumas. 42
  • To M. Dumas. 43
  • To M. Dumas. 44
  • To M. Dumas. 44
  • To M. Dumas. 45
  • To M. Dumas. 45
  • To M. Dumas. 46
  • To M. Dumas. 47
  • To Benjamin Vaughan. 48
  • To Henry Laurens. 49
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 51
  • Henry Laurens to John Adams. 52
  • Henry Laurens to John Adams. 54
  • Henry Laurens to John Adams. 55
  • Henry Laurens to John Adams. 57
  • Henry Laurens to John Adams. 58
  • To Robert Morris. 59
  • To Secretary Livingston. 60
  • To Secretary Livingston. 61
  • To Secretary Livingston. 64
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 65
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 67
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 68
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 68
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 69
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 69
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 70
  • To Secretary Livingston. 74
  • To Secretary Livingston. 75
  • To Secretary Livingston. 77
  • To Secretary Livingston. 81
  • To Secretary Livingston. 83
  • To Secretary Livingston. 86
  • To Secretary Livingston. 89
  • To Secretary Livingston. 91
  • To Secretary Livingston. 92
  • To Secretary Livingston. 93
  • To Secretary Livingston. 95
  • To Secretary Livingston. 97
  • To Secretary Livingston. 99
  • To Secretary Livingston. 103
  • To Secretary Livingston. 107
  • To Secretary Livingston. 110
  • To Secretary Livingston. 115
  • To Secretary Livingston. 116
  • To Robert Morris. 119
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 122
  • To Secretary Livingston. 126
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 128
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 130
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 132
  • Francis Dana to John Adams. 135
  • To Secretary Livingston. 138
  • To Secretary Livingston. Paris, 15 August, 1783. 141
  • To the President of Congress. 143
  • To the President of Congress. 146
  • To the President of Congress. 148
  • To the President of Congress. 150
  • To the President of Congress. 151
  • Robert Morris to the Governor of Massachusetts. 152
  • To the President of Congress. 152
  • To the President of Congress. 153
  • To the President of Congress. 154
  • To the President of Congress. 155
  • To the President of Congress. 156
  • To the President of Congress. 157
  • To the President of Congress. 158
  • To the President of Congress. 161
  • To the President of Congress. 164
  • To the President of Congress. 165
  • To Messrs. Willink and Others. 166
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 166
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 168
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 170
  • To Messrs. Willink and Others. 172
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 173
  • To Messrs. Willink and Others. 174
  • To Messrs. Willink and Others. 175
  • To Messrs. Willink and Others. 176
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 176
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 177
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 179
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 180
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 192
  • Benjamin Franklin to John Adams. 194
  • To Baron De Thulemeier. 195
  • To Benjamin Franklin and John Jay. 195
  • To the President of Congress. 195
  • To the President of Congress. 196
  • To the President of Congress. 196
  • To the President of Congress. 197
  • To the President of Congress. 198
  • To Baron De St. Saphorin. 199
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 199
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 200
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 200
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 201
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 202
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 203
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 203
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 204
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 205
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 206
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 206
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 207
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 208
  • Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to John Adams. 209
  • To the President of Congress. 211
  • To M. Dumas. 213
  • To M. Dumas. 214
  • To M. Dumas. 215
  • To M. Dumas. 217
  • To M. Dumas. 219
  • To M. Dumas. 221
  • To M. Dumas. 222
  • To M. Dumas. 224
  • To M. Dumas. 226
  • To M. Dumas. 229
  • To M. Dumas. 229
  • To M. Dumas. 231
  • To M. Dumas. 233
  • To M. Dumas. 236
  • To M. Dumas. 238
  • To M. Dumas. 239
  • To M. Dumas. 240
  • To M. Dumas. 242
  • To M. Dumas. 246
  • To M. Dumas. 248
  • To M. Dumas. 251
  • To M. Dumas. 252
  • To M. Dumas. 254
  • To M. Dumas. 255
  • To M. Dumas. 259
  • To M. Dumas. 261
  • To M. Dumas. 263
  • To M. Dumas. 265
  • To M. Dumas. 266
  • To M. Dumas. 267
  • To M. Dumas. 268
  • To M. Dumas. 273
  • To M. Dumas. 283
  • To M. Dumas. 291
  • To M. Dumas. 293
  • To M. Dumas. 298
  • To M. Dumas. 300
  • To M. Dumas. 310
  • To M. Dumas. 314
  • To M. Dumas. 315
  • To M. Dumas. 316
  • To M. Dumas. 316
  • To M. Dumas. 318
  • To M. Dumas. 320
  • To Secretary Jay. 322
  • To M. Dumas. 325
  • To M. Dumas. 333
  • To M. Dumas. 334
  • To M. Dumas. 335
  • To M. Dumas. 337
  • To M. Dumas. 343
  • To Secretary Jay. 345
  • To M. Dumas. 347
  • To M. Dumas. 349
  • To M. Dumas. 350
  • To M. Dumas. 356
  • To M. Dumas. 357
  • To M. Dumas. 358
  • To M. Dumas. 360
  • To M. Dumas. 361
  • James Bowdoin to John Adams. 363
  • To Thomas Jefferson. 365
  • To Thomas Jefferson. 368
  • To Thomas Jefferson. 369
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 371
  • To Secretary Jay. 372
  • To Secretary Jay. 374
  • The Marqius De Lafayette to John Adams. 376
  • The Marqius De Lafayette to John Adams. 377
  • To Secretary Jay. 380
  • To Secretary Jay. 381
  • To Secretary Jay. 382
  • To Secretary Jay. 383
  • To Secretary Jay. 386
  • To Secretary Jay. 387
  • To Secretary Jay. 388
  • To Secretary Jay. 389
  • To Secretary Jay. 391
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 392
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 401
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 403
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 404
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 404
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 405
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 406
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 407
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 409
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 410
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 412
  • To T. Jefferson. 414
  • To Secretary Jay. 415
  • To Secretary Jay. 417
  • To Secretary Jay. 418
  • To Secretary Jay. 424
  • To Secretary Jay. 425
  • To Secretary Jay. 426
  • To Secretary Jay. 429
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 430
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 432
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 433
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 434
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 436
  • To Secretary Jay. 438
  • To Secretary Jay. 439
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 440
  • To Secretary Jay. 442
  • To Secretary Jay. 443
  • To Secretary Jay. 444
  • To Secretary Jay. 445
  • To Secretary Jay. 446
  • To Secretary Jay. 447
  • To Secretary Jay. 449
  • To Secretary Jay. 450
  • To Secretary Jay. 451
  • To Secretary Jay. 452
  • To the Marquis of Carmarthen. 453
  • To Secretary Jay. 454
  • To Secretary Jay. 456
  • To Secretary Jay. 457
  • To Secretary Jay. 458
  • To Secretary Jay. 460
  • To Secretary Jay. 462
  • To T. Jefferson. 465
  • To T. Jefferson. 467
  • To T. Jefferson. 467
  • Messrs. Willink and Others to John Adams. 469
  • To M. Fagel. 469
  • Memorial to the Prince of Orange. 471
  • Memorial to the States General. 472
  • Memorial to the States General. 473
  • Memorial to the States General. 474
  • Memorial to the States General. 476
  • Memorial to the States General. 478
  • Memorial to the States General. 479
  • Memorial to the States General. 479
  • To Secretary Jay. 480
  • To the Earl of Ailesbury. 480
  • A Memorial. 482
  • A Memorial. 482
  • A Memorial. 484
  • A Memorial. 485
  • A Memorial. 486
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams. 488
  • President Washington to John Adams. 490
  • President Washington to John Adams. 492
  • President Washington to John Adams. 494
  • President Washington to John Adams. 496
  • President Washington to John Adams. 496
  • President Washington to John Adams. 497
  • President Washington to John Adams. 501
  • President Washington to John Adams. 504
  • President Washington to John Adams. 510
  • President Washington to John Adams. 512
  • Alexander Hamilton to John Adams. 514
  • Alexander Hamilton to John Adams. 515
  • Alexander Hamilton to John Adams. 515
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 516
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 518
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 519
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 520
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 521
  • T. Jefferson to John Adams. 528
  • The Vice-President's Reply. 529
  • President Washington to John Adams. 531
  • Thomas Mifflin to John Adams. 531
  • P. A. Adet to John Adams. 532
  • Henry Knox to John Adams. 533
  • To Henry Knox. 535
  • To J. Q. Adams. 537
  • To Elbridge Gerry. 538
  • To the Heads of Department. 541
  • Thomas Mifflin to John Adams. 542
  • To Thomas Mifflin. 544
  • To J. Q. Adams. 545
  • To Elbridge Gerry. 546
  • To Uriah Forrest. 547
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 550
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 551
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 552
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 553
  • To O. Wolcott, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury. 554
  • To O. Wolcott, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury. 556
  • To O. Wolcott, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury. 558
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 559
  • To the Heads of Department. 561
  • To James Wilkinson. 563
  • To J. M. Forbes. 565
  • John Sevier to John Adams. 565
  • John Sevier to John Adams. 566
  • John Sevier to John Adams. 567
  • To John Sevier, Governor of Tennessee. 568
  • To the Heads of Department. 568
  • F. De Miranda to Jorn Adams. 569
  • To George Washington. 578
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 580
  • F. De Miranda to John Adams. 581
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 582
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 583
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 583
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 586
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 587
  • To John Jay. 590
  • To James Mchenry, Secretary of War. 591
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 591
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 592
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 592
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 593
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 594
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 595
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 595
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 596
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 597
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 598
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 598
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 599
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 600
  • To George Washington. 600
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 602
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 604
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 605
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 605
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 606
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 606
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 607
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 608
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 609
  • Elbridge Gerry to John Adams. 610
  • Elbridge Gerry to John Adams. 612
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 614
  • To Alexander Hamilton. 614
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 614
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 615
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 616
  • To Elbridge Gerry. 617
  • To William S. Smith. 617
  • John Jay to John Adams. 619
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 621
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 621
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 623
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 624
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 626
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 627
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 628
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 629
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 629
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 630
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 631
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 641
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 641
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 642
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 643
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 644
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 645
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 647
  • T. Pickering, Secretary of State, to John Adams. 648
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 649
  • To A. St. Clair, Governor of the N. W. Territory. 649
  • To A. St. Clair, Governor of the N. W. Territory. 650
  • To A. St. Clair, Governor of the N. W. Territory. 651
  • To William S. Smith. 652
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 652
  • C. Lee, Attorney-General, to John Adams. 653
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 654
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 654
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 655
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 655
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 656
  • To O. Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury. 657
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 657
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 658
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 658
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 659
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 660
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 660
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 661
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 661
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 662
  • To Silas Talbot. 663
  • To B. Stoddert, Secretary of the Navy. 664
  • To B. Stoddert, Secretary of the Navy. 665
  • To B. Stoddert, Secretary of the Navy. 666
  • To Thomas Mifflin. 667
  • To J. Mchenry, Secretary of War. 667
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 668
  • To T. Pickering, Secretary of State. 668
  • To B. Stoddert, Secretary of the Navy. 669
  • Appendix. 677
  • No. Ii. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 681
  • No. Ii. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 685
  • No. Ii. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 687
  • No. 5. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 688
  • Communication Confidentielle. 688
  • No. 6. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 689
  • No. 6. William Vans Murray to John Adams. 691
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