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France England Spain and America are all agreed, but M r: Hartley is Sanguine that the Treaty...
Yesterday, I went to Court with D r: Franklin, and presented to the Comte de Vergennes, our...
Yesterday at Versailles the Baron de Waltersdorff came to me and told me, he had delivered to M...
The Question before the French Cabinet, whether they shall involve themselves in a War against...
On the sixth I left the Hague, and last night arrived here; I had several Interviews, on some of...
The Fiscal Systems of the Powers of Europe, have such an ill Influence on Commerce, that they...
M r: Berenger the Secretary of the French Legation has this Moment left me He came in to inform...
I had last evening some Conversation with D. Joas Theolonico de Almeida the envoy extraordinary...
The last Evening, at Court, in the House in the Grove, where all the foreign Ministers supped,...
I have been the more particular in my letters to you, concerning that extensive Manufacture and...
I find upon Inquiry, that there are in this Republick at Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Dort, near 130...
LS : National Archives; copies: Library of Congress, Massachusetts Historical Society The...
It is the general opinion here both among the Members of the States, and the Hotel de la France,...
On Saturday last, I left Paris, and arrived here last night. This Morning, I sent M r: Dumas to M...
There is cause to be solicitous about the State of things in England. The present Ministry swerve...
LS : National Archives; press copy of LS : Massachusetts Historical Society; copies: Library of...
Last evening M r. Hartley spent two hours with me, and appeared much chagrined at the...
Yesterday we waited on the Comte de Vergennes at Versailles, and shew him the Project of a Letter...
Inclosed are Copies of Papers, which have passed between M r. Hartley and the American Ministers....
The United States of America have propagated far & wide in Europe the Ideas of the Liberty of...
A Jealousy of American Ships, Seamen, Carrying Trade, and naval Power, appears every day more &...
Yesterday Coll o: Ogden arrived with the originals, of what we had before received in Duplicates...
Reports have been spread, that the Regency of Algiers has been employed in fitting Ships to...
As there are certain particulars, in which it has appeared to me that the friendship of a French...
In the present violent heat of the Weather, and feverish state of my own health, I cannot pretend...
Since the dangerous fever I had in Amsterdam, 2. years ago, I have never enjoyed my health: Thro’...
We cannot as yet obtain from M r: Hartley or his Principals an explicit consent to any one...
On the last Ambassador’s day, w h: was last Tuesday, D r: Franklin, M r: Jay & myself, waited on...
Yesterday D r: Franklin, M r: Jay, & myself met to prepare the Definitive Treaty, and made so...
A few Vessells have arrived in England from various Parts of America, and have probably made the...
The Gazettes of Europe Still continue to be employed as the great Engines of Fraud and Imposture,...
Your favor of April. 14 th. N o: 16, acknowledged the receipt of mine of the 21 st. & 22 d....
The British Ministry, and Nation are in a very unsettled State. They find themselves in a new...
Yesterday afternoon, the duplicate of your Letter of the 14 th. of April N o. 16. was brought in...
The enclosed N o. 121 of the Politique Hollandais, having translated a few Sentences of mine, and...
On the 28 th. of this Month I rec d the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on the 13. of...
M r. Jay has favoured me with a Sight of your Letter of the 4 th. January, & I am happy to find...
I have the honor to inclose Copies to be laid before Congress of several Papers— 1. M r....
You may easily imagine our Anxiety to hear from America, when You know that We have no News to...
The letters you did me the honor to write me on the 6 th. & 18 th. of November, are come to...
Upon a sudden notification from the Comte de Vergennes, M r. Franklin and myself, in the Absence...
ALS : National Archives The Proposal inclosed, has been transmitted to us by Mr Bridgen, a...
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...
LS : National Archives; AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society; copies: American...
It is with much pleasure that I transmit to you the Preliminary Treaty, between the King of...
We live in critical Moments. Parliament is to meet and the Kings Speech will be delivered on the...
The Instruction from Congress, which directs Us to pay So Strict an Attention to the French...
On my first arrival at Paris I found my Colleagues engaged in Conferences with M r: Oswald. They...
Two days ago arrived, by Cap n: Barney, the letters you did me the honor to write me, the 22 d....