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1081 Adams, John January 31. 1785. Monday. 1785-01-31 Last Evening the Marquis de la Fayette, lately returned from America, called upon me, in his Way...
1082 American Peace Commissioners Hartley, David The American Peace Commissioners to David Hartley, 7 … 1783-09-07 Copies: Massachussetts Historical Society, Library of Congress We have the honour of transmitting...
1083 Adams, John [March 1786] 1786-03-27 March 26. Sunday, dined in Bolton Street Piccadilly, at the Bishop of St. Asaphs. Mr. and Mrs....
1084 American Commissioners Barclay, Thomas II. Instructions, 11 October 1785 1785-10-11 Congress having been pleased to invest us with full powers for entering into treaty of Amity and...
1085 American Commissioners Thulemeier, Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von I. The American Commissioners to the Baron von … 1784-11-10 We received the Letter your Excellency did us the honour of writing to us the 8 th Ult o....
1086 Adams, John [June 1786] 1786-06-26 On Saturday night returned from a Tour to Portsmouth, in which We viewed Paines Hill in Surry, as...
1087 American Commissioners Dorset, John Frederick Sackville, third Duke of The American Commissioners to the Duke of Dorset, 9 … 1784-12-09 We have received the Letter which your grace did us the honour of writing us on the 24 th. day of...
1088 Adams, John Memorial to the States General, 13 June 1785 1785-06-13 The Subscriber, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, has the Honour to...
1089 Adams, John The American Commissioners’ Provisional Ratification of … 1787-01-01 Now know Ye that We the said John Adams & Thomas Jefferson Ministers Plenipotentiary aforesaid do...
1090 Adams, John London July 1. 1786. 1786-07-01 Last night, Coll. Smith and his Lady, took their Leave of Us, and went to their House in Wimpole...