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I was not long at the Adelphi, but soon removed to private lodgings, which by the way were ten...
Mr. Thaxter was at last dispatched with all our letters and papers; and in due time we received...
To his Excellency Elias Boudinot, Esq. President of Congress. Passy, 10th Sept. 1783. Sir—On the...
After the signature of the definitive treaty on Wednesday, the third day of September, 1783, we...
For the sake of harmony and ananimity Mr. Jay and Mr. Adams very readily agreed with Dr. Franklin...
Mr. Hartley’s Propositions for the Definitive Treaty—June, 1783. 1. That lands belonging to...
My last letter contained the journal of the 19th of June, 1783, and completes the copy of that...
By this time we were pretty well convinced that the coalition cabinet would do nothing by treaty,...
Mr. Hartley’s memorial—June 1, 1783. The proposition which has been made for an universal and...
Paris. June 14, 1783. Gentlemen—Permit me to address the enclosed Memorial to your excellencies,...
The journal of the 22d of May 1783, proceeds— Mr. Hartley’s observations and propositions left...
The Journal proceeds—1783, May 22, Thursday. This morning I drew the following letters too be...
The journal proceeds—1783, Monday, May 5th.—Dined with my family at comte Sarsefields. The dukes...
Rough draft of the passport for British Ships. We, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and John Jay,...
The preliminaries of peace were signed and I was weary of writing in the night. I do not find...
Some honourable gentlemen, from the ardor of their benevolence to me, and their laudable desire...
When the conferences between the British and American ministers were first opened, or very soon...
The Journal proceeds—1782 Nov. 29, Friday. Met Mr. Fitzberbert, Mr. Oswald, Mr. Jay, Mr. Laurens,...
The Journal proceeds—1782—November 26—Tuesday—Breakfasted at Mr. Jays, with Dr. Franklin, in...
“Sirs—The Journal proceeds—1782—November 21, Thursday—Paid a visit to Mr. Brantzen, and then to...
The Journal proceeds—November 18, 1782.—Returned Mr. Oswald’s Visit. He says Mr. Strachy, who sat...
I shall now proceed with that obnoxious Journal:— Monday, Nov. 11, 1782. Mr. Whiteford, the...
As my object is to deposit as much about information concerning an interesting period of our...
The instructions of congress to Mr Jay, as minister to the king of Spain, were never communicated...
Instructions to the Hon. John Adams, for the treaty of peace, dated 14th August, 1779 . Sir—You...
The information given me by Mr. Ridley upon my arrival in Paris, that Dr. Franklin had written to...
In my first personal interview with Mr. Jay in private, between him and me alone, that minister...
The Hague, October 8th; 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston—“At 12 o’clock to-day I proceeded,...
The Hague, September 23, 1782—wrote to Mr. Secretary Livingston: “As this is a moment of great...
The Hague, September 17, 1782—Wrote again to Mr. Secretary Livingston, “This morning I was in...