Notes for Replies to Edmond Charles Genet and George Hammond
[7–9 Sep. 1793]
|no power in this country could take out of custody of court|
|July||12.||Lovely Lass and Pr. W. H.|
desire the Lovely Lass and Pr. W. Henry to be restored.
[Notes for reply to Hammond:]
|Brig Wm. Tell will||be delivered to court|
|or reclaimed by executive.|
both parties right to cruize.
Fr. has secured to herself 2. rights
- 1st. XVIIth. to bring in prizes. exclusive
- Gr. Br. and Fr. same
- 2d. XIX to come in for urgent necessity
- XXII. makes it exclusive as to privateers.
- not so as to public vessels of war.
MS (DLC: TJ Papers, 92: 15840); entirely in TJ’s hand; undated; consists respectively of notes for letters of 9 Sep. 1793 to Genet and Hammond written upside down from each other at opposite ends of a small sheet containing on verso Dft of Cabinet Opinions on Relations with France and Great Britain, 7 Sep. 1793.