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There are two Sentences in Talleyrand’s Letter of the 28th of August, 1798 which ought not to...
You very well know, that the Publication of my Letters in Pamplets and Numbers, was a project of...
I was glad to see in your paper of the 7th of this month, the extract from the Baltimore Federal...
The institution of an Embassy to France in 1799, was made upon principle, and in conformity to a...
FROM Mr. Murray, the American Minister at the Hague, who had been appointed by President...
WHEN I had received that authentic act of the sovereign authority of France, a copy of which is...
A few words more on the subject of pressing. In strictness, we have nothing to do with the...
THE gentlemen of the Senate informed me, that they came to confer with me on the subject of the...
THE message mentioned in my last letter, was in these words: Gentlemen of the Senate , The...
At first I intended to encumber your paper with no Documents but such as were absolutely...
Mr. Hamilton, in his famous pamphlet, page 23, says, “the conduct pursued bore sufficient marks...
On the 6th of March a letter was written by the Secretary of State by my order, in the following...
In a A Letter from Alexander Hamilton concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams...
Another of my crimes, according to my great accuser, page 28, was nominating Mr. Murray, without...
Mr. Hamilton, in his pamphlet, page 28, speaking of Talleyrand’s dispatches, says, “overtures so...
In pamphlet , page 27, it is said that the great alteration in public opinion had put it...
Mr. Hamilton , in his pamphlet, page 21, speaks of the anterior mission of Messieurs Pinckney,...
IN page 25, is a strain of flimsy rant, as silly as it is indecent. “The supplement to the...
In page 28, Mr. Hamilton acknowledges that "the President had pledged himself in his speech, (he...
In page 26, Mr. Hamilton says, that the mission “could hardly fail to injure our interests with...
IN page 20, Mr. Hamilton says, my "conduct in the office of President was a heterogeneous...
IN page 29. Mr. Hamilton says, "when an ordinary man dreams himself to be a Frederick," &c. To...
In a former letter, it was suggested that I found myself obliged to say something of the peace of...
On the 17th day of November, 1779, I embarked for Europe, with the hon. Francis Dana, Esq. and...
On the 13th of July I wrote to the Comte De Vergennes the following letter: Paris July 13, 1781....
DESIROUS to inform Congress of every step of my proceedings, I wrote a letter, on the 15th in...
THE next day I wrote another letter to the Comte. Paris, July 19, 1781. In my letter, sir, of the...
I mentioned in a former letter that Congress had separated from me my friend, Mr. Dana, and sent...
Not long after the foregoing letter, but I know not how long, the Marquis of Verac communicated...
Project of an answer to the three Belligerent Courts. Answer Mutatis Mutandis. THE courts of...
HAVING laid together the negociations with the Comte De Vergennes, relative to that sublime...
Though I thought I was negociating for peace , to better purpose in Holland than I could in...
On the 24th of August, 1780, transmitted to Congress, by another conveyance, duplicates of the...
ON the 12th of September, 1780, wrote to Mr. Dana, at Paris. “This will be delivered you by Mr....
ON the 20th of September, 1780, wrote to his excellency Joseph Reed, Esq. President, and the...
Amsterdam, October 4, 1780, wrote to Mr. Dumas—“I should be glad to see a copy of the dispatches...
24th October, 1780—wrote to my correspondent in London: “Give me leave to trouble you to send me...
WE will now return to Mr. Laurens, on the correspondence upon other subjects. On the 14th of...
1780, November—wrote to Mr. Jennings: “I have received yours of the first. Will you be so good as...
Amsterdam, November 17, 1780—wrote to Congress: “From the time of the arrival of my commission, I...
1780, Nov. 30th—wrote to Congress: “The state of parties in this republic is still critical. Many...
1780, December 9th—wrote to general James Warren, (among many other things, some too trifling,...
The moments were so critical, that I felt it my duty to transmit to Congress every circumstance,...
1780, Dec. 30—wrote to Congress: “The Province of Zealand having been opposed to the other...
Amsterdam, January 1st, 1781—wrote to Congress: “The mail from London arrived this morning,...
Amsterdam, January 14th, 1781—wrote to Congress: “In an excursion which I have lately made...
1781, January 18—wrote to Mr. Mazzei, at Florence: “Yesterday I received yours, of the 19th of...
ALL the gentlemen in Holland who were the most friendly to the American cause, were excessively...
1781, February 1st—wrote to Congress: “One of the most brilliant events which has yet been...
AMSTERDAM, February 7th, 1781—wrote to Congress: “By the tenth article of the treaty of alliance...