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AL : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères Messieurs Adams, Franklin & Jay, Ministers of...
Not a Line from you since December. Congress has not cutt off our heads for making Peace, and...
I have rec d the Letter you Yesterday did me the Honour to write me, and will lay before you, all...
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...
Your two Favours of the 12 and 29 of May, were delivered me on the third of this Month by Captain...
I have signed & M r Grand will this day forward, the two thousand & three Obligations you sent...
I can tell you nothing with Certainty when the Peace will be finished. I hope it will not be...
On the last Ambassador’s day, w h: was last Tuesday, D r: Franklin, M r: Jay & myself, waited on...
Retranslation: reprinted from Nina N. Bashkina et al. , eds., The United States and Russia: the...
Copies: William L. Clements Library, Library of Congress, Massachusetts Historical Society (two),...
Copies: William L. Clements Library, Massachusetts Historical Society, National Archives,...
What are We to infer from the Indecision of the present Ministers?— Do they expect to draw their...
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...
No Letters from you Since last December. Write by the Way of England Holland, France Spain all...
It is Sometime Since I had a Line from you or my Son. I hope all is well. I can give you no News....
The Gazettes of Europe Still continue to be employed as the great Engines of Fraud and Imposture,...
69[July 1783] (Adams Papers)
I satt off in October for Paris where I arrived on the 26th of Oct. 1782, where the Peace has...
70The Hague July 23 1783. (Adams Papers)
I satt off in October for Paris where I arrived on the 26th of Oct. 1782, where the Peace has...
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...
[ Paris, 23 June 1783 . There is recorded in SJL , under date of 16 Apr. 1784, the receipt of a...
74[June 1783] (Adams Papers)
The Loadstone is in Possession of the most remarkable, wonderfull and misterious Property in...
The Processions were less brillant than ordinary on Account of the Storm. Went with Mr. Hartley...
The Legion of Lauzun has arrived, and We hope has brought the Orders of Congress, for Us, but We...
77Wednesday. June 18. (Adams Papers)
Visited the Duke de la Vauguion, and had a long Conversation with him. He was glad to hear I had...
I have rec d. the Letter you did me the honor of writing me on the 27 th. of May, & the other...
79June 17. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles, had a Conference with the C omte de V ergennes .—Made my Court with the Corps...
Yesterday afternoon, the duplicate of your Letter of the 14 th. of April N o. 16. was brought in...
The Bearer of this Letter, Eliphalet Fitch Esqr., a Gentleman of large Fortune and high in office...
Day after day, Week after Week, Month after Month, roll away and bring Us no News. I am So weary...
Upon an Intimation from my Friend D r. Tufts of Weymouth, that the Medical Society, of which you...
What would I not give for an Arrival from America? or for certain Advice from London of the...
I thank you for yours of the 2 d. ins t: The translation of my letters in the Pol: Hol: of the 2...
I have received your Favour of June 3 d. —  The Gentleman intended in it, has never once Since...
The enclosed N o. 121 of the Politique Hollandais, having translated a few Sentences of mine, and...
881783 June [8]. (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles on the Day of Pentecôte.
L : American Philosophical Society Mr: Adams’ Compliments wait on Dr: Franklin, in return to his...
I have rec d. your favor of 30. ult o. — I am very apprehensive that the Gentleman you conversed...
911783 June 1. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The Loadstone is in Possession of the most remarkable, wonderfull and misterious Property in...
Here I am, out of all Patience. Not a Word from America. The British Ministry, lingering on. Mr....
On the 28 th. of this Month I rec d the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on the 13. of...
It gives me great Pleasure to find, that your Situation is agreable to you. An abler Instructor...
Last night I received your Favour of the 23 d. of May.— I regret extreamly that I must loose the...
M r. Adams’s Books & Papers being at the Hague, it is impossible for him to give M r. Grand a...
97[May 1783] (Adams Papers)
Dined with the Marquis de la Fayette, with the other American Ministers and others. Visited the...
98Monday May 26. (Adams Papers)
I hope for News to day, from the Hague. Probably concerning the sailing date of P. J. van...
M r De Hogendorp a Lieutenant in the Dutch Guards, in the Service of the Republick of Holland, is...
1001783 Sunday May 25. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Hartley came in, and shew me a Letter concerning his Beloved Sister whose Case is very...