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AMSTERDAM, Feb. 15, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: “This morning the house of Botereau & Co. of this...
LEYDEN, March 10, 1781—wrote to Commodore Gillon: “I have received the letter you did me the...
THE memorial promised in my last letter was in these words High and Mighty Lords , As soon as her...
The black cloud that hung over the whole of the seven provinces; the solemn gloom that pervaded...
In my last letter I mentioned the following MEMORIAL To their High Mightinesses, the States...
AMSTERDAM, May 8, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: “I have the honor of your letter of the 29th of...
AMSTERDAM, May 23, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: I have the honor of your letter of the 19th, with...
AMSTERDAM, May 27, 1781—wrote to Congress: “In the assembly of the States General, the following...
AMSTERDAM, June 5, 1781, wrote to congress. “The deputies of Middleburg in the assembly of the...
AMSTERDAM, June 12, 1781, wrote to Congress: “The States of Holland and Westfriesland are...
AMSTERDAM, June 15, 1781—wrote to Congress: “The long expected courier has at last arrived at the...
AMSTERDAM, June 26, 1781—wrote to congress: “The Rubicon is passed! A step has been at last taken...
AMSTERDAM, June 29, 1781—wrote to Congress: “On the 21st of this month, the field marshal, the...
During my absence, which was nearly through the whole month of July, the following state papers...
Amsterdam, July 13, 1781—transmitted to congress; “The following is an extract from the registry...
This people must have their own way: They proceed like no other; there cannot be a more striking...
Amsterdam, August 16, 1781, wrote to congress—“Mr. Temple has held offices of such importance,...
AMSTERDAM, August 25, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: “Last evening I received your excellency’s...
Amsterdam, October 17, 1781—wrote to congress: “There is at present a fermentation in this nation...
AMSTERDAM, October 25, 1781—wrote to congress—“I see in the London Courant which arrived to day,...
Amsterdam, December 1, 1781—wrote to Major Jackson: “Last night I received your letter of the...
Mr. Bristed, in his Hints, p. 389 to 413, has published some account of an affair which he says...
(No VII.) Mr. President—Permit me to address to you, partriplicata, a copy of my despatch of the...
Amsterdam, December 14, 1781—wrote to congress: “The first public body, which has proposed a...
Amsterdam, December 25, 1781—wrote to congress: “There has appeared an ulterior declaration, in...
In the latter end of December, 1781, I concluded to present myself a second time to the President...
Amsterdam, January 16, 1782, wrote to congress—“The following verbal insinuation made by the...
Amsterdam, February 10, 1782, wrote again to Secretary Livingston—“On the 14th instant I had the...
Amsterdam, Feb. 21, 1782, wrote to the Hon. Robert R. Livingston, Secretary of State for foreign...
Amsterdam, Feb. 24, 1782—wrote to Mr. Dumas: “Your favor of the 23d is just come to hand. Thank...
Amsterdam, March 1st, 1782.—wrote to the duke De La Vauguion “As Friesland has taken the...
Amsterdam, March 5, 1782—wrote to Mr. Bergsma: “Sir, I have received from the hand of Mr....
Soon after the petition of Leyden, I transmitted to Congress the following address of thanks with...
Amsterdam, March 19, 1782—Mr. Adams is very sensible of the honor done him in the polite card of...
Petition to the Burgomasters and Regents of Amsterdam . The subscribers, all merchants and...
The resolution mentioned in my last of Holland and West Friesland, is as follows— Extract of the...
AMSTERDAM, April 7, 1782, wrote to Mr Dubbledemutz at Rotterdam: “I have received your favour of...
Extract from the Register of the resolution of the States General of the United provinces,...
AMSTERDAM, 26th April, 1782—The following note to Mr. Hodshon, omitted in the order of its date...
The Hague, June 15, 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston. “This morning, I made a visit to the...
July, 1792. It appeared to me of some importance that my countrymen should be informed of the...
I had prepared a memorial to the states general according to my instructions, but as the French...
The president De Thou introduces his history with “Pro veritate historiarum mearum deum ipsum...
Another original letter of the Count de Vergennes to Dr. Franklin or sending him Mr. Adam’s...
The Hague, August 22, 1782—wrote tosSecretary Livingston—“Their high mightinesses have at length...
The Hague, Sept. 6, 1782—Wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “In your letter of the 5th of March,...
The Hague, September 12, 1782—wrote to Mr. Livingston: “Your letters express a desire that I...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote to secretary Livingston—“You will naturally inquire, whether...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote again to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “This morning I was in...
The Hague, September 23, 1782—wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston: “As this is a moment of great...