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Jai eu la satisfaction pendant deux jours de posseder ici notre Vénérable ami Le Docteur franklin. Il a suporté le voyage d’une maniere surprenante. Il est réparti hier pour Le havre, je l’ai accompagné pendant trois Lieues, j’espere qu’il arrivera dans ce port de mer en bonne Santé. Pendant son sejour ici on à visité et parcouru avec son fils les divers Bureaux de la Douanne, mais...
Le Roi a parfaitement approuvé le Projet du Traité de Commerce et d’Amitié avec les Etats Unis de l’Amérique, tel qu’il a été le résultat de nos soins communs, et tel qu’il s’est trouvé consigné à la suite de la dernière lettre dont Vous m’avez honoré en date du 26 Mai de l’année courrante. Sa Majesté agrée de plus que d’après Votre proposition, Monsieur, et celle de Messieurs Vos Collégues la...
I know you will learn with Pleasure that my Grandfather has been able to effect his Journey hither without any addition to his usual Sufferings; and that he is in good Health and Spirits. He does not now forsee any Difficulty in getting to America. The Bargain with Capt. Truxton is terminated, and he is to be at Cowes by the 1st. August. We wait here only for the Arrival of part of our...
I have just received your Favour of the 18th. I thank you for the Steps you took with the Duke of Dorset, and with Mr. Adams; and hope they will prove effectual. I arrived here extreamly well, not at all hurt or fatigued by the Carriage I us’d, which I found generally very gentle. I embark this Evening for Cowes with Mr. Houdon. I have seen that M. du Plessis twice. He appears a Man of some...
Mr. de Pio, Chargé d’Affaires du Roy de Naples, ayant oublié quelqu’article de la conversation qu’il a eu avec Monsieur Jefferson Mardy à Versailles au sujet des denrées de l’Amerique Septentrionale, qu’on pourraient importer en Europe, et particulierement dans les Ports des Siciles; il prie Mr. Jefferson de vouloir bien lui dire, si outre les Tabacs , et les Poissons salés il y en a d’autres....
In Obedience to your Request I some Time since forwarded a Packet of our News papers to Mr. Jameison at New York to be transmitted to you. You will herewith receive a second Exportation. You will see by them that the present object of popular attention is the investing Congress with more executive Power, and giving a Check to the Importation of British Manufactures. We are daily looking for...
I have a Letter from the Baron D e Thulemeier of the 19 th. and a Copy of his Letter to you of the same date. I hope now in a few Day’s to take M r. Short by the hand in Grosvenor Square, and to put my hand to the [Tr]eaty. I think no time should be lost. We will join M r. Dumas with M r. Short in the Exchange if you please. I applyed as you desired, and obtained the interposition of the Lords...
I have a Letter from the Baron De Thulemeier of the 19th. and a Copy of his Letter to you of the same date. I hope now in a few Day’s to take Mr. Short by the hand in Grosvenor Square and to put my hand to the treaty. I think no time should be lost. We will join Mr. Dumas with Mr. Short in the Exchange if you please. I applyed as you desired, and obtained the interposition of the Lords...
Having never before had the Honor to address Your Excellency, We now embrace the Opportunity that is offered to us by Mr. Daniel Parker a well known American Gentleman; Who informs us that having with some other People Supplied the American Army with several Necessaries and Money for the Pay of the Troops; They have liquidated their Accounts with Congress, And are credited on the Books of the...
I received on the 26th. Inst. your Letter dated the 22d. June and 14th. July. On the 27th. and Ulto. I had the honor to write you. On the 25th. inst. I received a Letter from his Excellency the Ct. de Florida Blanca of which I inclose you a copy, as a thorough knowledge of the Situation of our Affairs in Barbary may be useful to you in the business you have to transact with these Powers. You...