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On my first arrival at Paris I found my Colleagues engaged in Conferences with M r: Oswald. They...
The Instruction from Congress, which directs Us to pay So Strict an Attention to the French...
We live in critical Moments. Parliament is to meet and the Kings Speech will be delivered on the...
It is with much pleasure that I transmit to you the Preliminary Treaty, between the King of...
There is more matter than time to write at present. The King of Sweden has done the United-States...
We have the honour to congratulate Congress on the Signature of the Preliminaries of a Peace...
Upon a sudden notification from the Comte de Vergennes, M r. Franklin and myself, in the Absence...
The letters you did me the honor to write me on the 6 th. & 18 th. of November, are come to...
You may easily imagine our Anxiety to hear from America, when You know that We have no News to...
I have the honor to inclose Copies to be laid before Congress of several Papers— 1. M r....