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1 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 23 May 1790 1790-05-23 The constitutional question of the right of war and peace , which I mentioned to you in my last,...
2 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 16 May 1790 1790-05-16 I had the honor of writing to you on the 11th. of this month. It was then altogether...
3 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 11 May 1790 1790-05-11 When I wrote to you the day before yesterday there were such various conjectures as to the...
4 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 9 May 1790 1790-05-09 It has been for some time publicly advertised here that the French packet would in future sail...
5 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 1 May 1790 1790-05-01 I still continue to address you my letters under the ancient form because I have had no...
6 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 23 April 1790 1790-04-23 Since my last the national assembly have completed a subject which had fixed the attention of all...
7 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 12 April 1790 1790-04-12 I make use of the present private conveyance merely to forward to you the journals of the...
8 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 4 April 1790 1790-04-04 I have the honor of forwarding for the President of the United States, a letter from Count...
9 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 29 March 1790 1790-03-29 I make use of a private conveyance to London in order to send you the gazettes of France and...
10 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 25 March 1790 1790-03-25 Whilst I was writing my last letter on the 17th. of this month, the national assembly received...
11 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 17 March 1790 1790-03-17 Since my last Mr. Necker has sent another memorial to the assembly, which I have the honor of...
12 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 9 March 1790 1790-03-09 On the 6th. inst. Mr. Necker sent to the national assembly the memorial which had been expected...
13 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 3 March 1790 1790-03-03 I have had the honor of recieving your letter of the 11th. of Decr. after an uncommonly long...
14 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 10 February 1790 1790-02-10 Since my last an event which has been expected for some time has taken place. On the 4th. inst....
15 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 23 January 1790 1790-01-23 My last was sent to Bordeaux to be forwarded by the French Packet which I had been told would...
16 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 12 January 1790 1790-01-12 In my last I had the honor of forwarding to you the consular convention by the way of Havre. The...
17 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 6 January 1790 1790-01-06 I have at length received the ratification of the consular convention and signed the article of...
18 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 2 January 1790 1790-01-02 I have the honor of inclosing and forwarding to you by a private conveyance the gazettes of...
19 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 22 December 1789 1789-12-22 In my last I mentioned the retreat of the Imperial troops from Brussels. The last accounts of...
20 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 15 December 1789 1789-12-15 I make use of a private conveyance which presents itself to send to you though by a circuitous...
21 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 30 November 1789 1789-11-30 I had the honor of receiving yesterday your letter of Octob. the 13th. by Count de Moustier who...
22 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 18 March 1788 1788-03-18 I have the honor of inclosing for your Excellency a letter forwarded to me here from Mr....
23 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 1 January 1788 1788-01-01 Mr. Jefferson charges me to explain to Your Excellency the reason of your not receiving the...
24 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 4 May 1787 1787-05-04 I have the honor of forwarding to your Excellency by M. de Crevecoeur, the medal for Genl. Gates...
25 Short, William Jay, John William Short to John Jay, 21 March 1787 1787-03-21 Agreeably to Mr: Jefferson’s directions on his leaving Paris, I have the honor of forwarding to...