From Thomas Mifflin
Annapolis May 20. 1784
I herewith transmit to you the several Acts of Congress which relate to the formation of Treaties of Commerce with the Powers of Europe &c. and as I have not had it in my power to find out in what manner the Letter to the King of France should be directed, I have enclosed that Letter to you that upon your arrival in France it may be presented with the proper direction.
I wish you every success and satisfaction in the important Scenes you are going to be engaged in, and am with much esteem and attachment Dear Sir Your Obedient & humble Servant,
FC (DNA: PCC, No. 16). Enclosures: These are listed in Mifflin’s letter to Adams and Franklin, this date (Dipl. Corr., 1783–1789, i, 79).