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Petition to the Burgomasters and Regents of Amsterdam . The subscribers, all merchants and...
Mr. Hartley’s memorial—June 1, 1783. The proposition which has been made for an universal and...
Extract from the Register of the resolution of the States General of the United provinces,...
The Hague, Sept. 6, 1782—Wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “In your letter of the 5th of March,...
Mr. Bristed, in his Hints, p. 389 to 413, has published some account of an affair which he says...
Some honourable gentlemen, from the ardor of their benevolence to me, and their laudable desire...
AMSTERDAM, April 7, 1782, wrote to Mr Dubbledemutz at Rotterdam: “I have received your favour of...
In a former letter, it was suggested that I found myself obliged to say something of the peace of...
AMSTERDAM, June 15, 1781—wrote to Congress: “The long expected courier has at last arrived at the...
1780, December 9th—wrote to general James Warren, (among many other things, some too trifling,...
On the 17th day of November, 1779, I embarked for Europe, with the hon. Francis Dana, Esq. and...
The Hague, June 15, 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston. “This morning, I made a visit to the...
DESIROUS to inform Congress of every step of my proceedings, I wrote a letter, on the 15th in...
THE gentlemen of the Senate informed me, that they came to confer with me on the subject of the...
The journal proceeds—1783, Monday, May 5th.—Dined with my family at comte Sarsefields. The dukes...
THE message mentioned in my last letter, was in these words: Gentlemen of the Senate , The...
On the 13th of July I wrote to the Comte De Vergennes the following letter: Paris July 13, 1781....
I mentioned in a former letter that Congress had separated from me my friend, Mr. Dana, and sent...
I had prepared a memorial to the states general according to my instructions, but as the French...
To his Excellency Elias Boudinot, Esq. President of Congress. Passy, 10th Sept. 1783. Sir—On the...
AMSTERDAM, June 26, 1781—wrote to congress: “The Rubicon is passed! A step has been at last taken...
For the sake of harmony and ananimity Mr. Jay and Mr. Adams very readily agreed with Dr. Franklin...
The president De Thou introduces his history with “Pro veritate historiarum mearum deum ipsum...
AMSTERDAM, June 29, 1781—wrote to Congress: “On the 21st of this month, the field marshal, the...
At first I intended to encumber your paper with no Documents but such as were absolutely...
Amsterdam, December 25, 1781—wrote to congress: “There has appeared an ulterior declaration, in...
In a A Letter from Alexander Hamilton concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams...
The preliminaries of peace were signed and I was weary of writing in the night. I do not find...
Amsterdam, January 1st, 1781—wrote to Congress: “The mail from London arrived this morning,...
AMSTERDAM, May 23, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: I have the honor of your letter of the 19th, with...
In the latter end of December, 1781, I concluded to present myself a second time to the President...
Mr. Hamilton, in his pamphlet, page 28, speaking of Talleyrand’s dispatches, says, “overtures so...
1781, January 18—wrote to Mr. Mazzei, at Florence: “Yesterday I received yours, of the 19th of...
During my absence, which was nearly through the whole month of July, the following state papers...
AMSTERDAM, May 8, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: “I have the honor of your letter of the 29th of...
As my object is to deposit as much about information concerning an interesting period of our...
Though I thought I was negociating for peace , to better purpose in Holland than I could in...
In pamphlet , page 27, it is said that the great alteration in public opinion had put it...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote again to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “This morning I was in...
1781, February 1st—wrote to Congress: “One of the most brilliant events which has yet been...
This people must have their own way: They proceed like no other; there cannot be a more striking...
On the 24th of August, 1780, transmitted to Congress, by another conveyance, duplicates of the...
Mr. Hamilton , in his pamphlet, page 21, speaks of the anterior mission of Messieurs Pinckney,...
Amsterdam, Feb. 21, 1782, wrote to the Hon. Robert R. Livingston, Secretary of State for foreign...
In page 28, Mr. Hamilton acknowledges that "the President had pledged himself in his speech, (he...
AMSTERDAM, February 7th, 1781—wrote to Congress: “By the tenth article of the treaty of alliance...
Amsterdam, August 16, 1781, wrote to congress—“Mr. Temple has held offices of such importance,...
ON the 20th of September, 1780, wrote to his excellency Joseph Reed, Esq. President, and the...
IN page 25, is a strain of flimsy rant, as silly as it is indecent. “The supplement to the...
The Hague, October 8th; 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston—“At 12 o’clock to-day I proceeded,...