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I have the Satisfaction to inform you that the definitive Treaties were all Signed yesterday, and...
Copy and press copy of copy: National Archives; copies: William L. Clements Library, Library of...
On Wednesday the third day of this Month, the American Ministers met the British Minister at his...
You remember the Contract with Du Coudrai, and his hundred officers, and with many other...
Copies: Public Record Office, William L. Clements Library, Library of Congress, Massachusetts...
I Shall never know when I have done writing to you. Our Affairs [are so] unsettled, and I am So...
I told you last night that I felt myself unwell with the Commencement of a complaint on my...
8[September 1783] (Adams Papers)
This Morning, I went out to Passy, and Dr. Franklin put into my hand the following Resolution of...
9Paris Septr. 7. 1783. (Adams Papers)
This Morning, I went out to Passy, and Dr. Franklin put into my hand the following Resolution of...
This Morning for the first Time, was delivered me the Resolution of Congress of the first of May,...
Copies: Massachussetts Historical Society, Library of Congress We have the honour of transmitting...
Yesterday morning, M r. Jay informed me, that D r. Franklin had recieved, & soon afterwards the D...
As the Resolution of Congress of the first of May, has determined it to be my Duty to remain in...
Yesterday morning, D r. Franklin produced a Resolution of Congress, that A. F. & J. should be...
We have received from Congress a Resolution by which We are to be impowered to negotiate a Treaty...
I have received with very great Pleasure, your favours of June 26 and July 18. If my Townsmen of...
I thank you for your Favours of June 26 and July 5 and for your obliging Congratulations, on the...
We were very happy to have the definitive Treaty signed, altho’ We could obtain no Improvement...
As I am to remain in Europe for sometime longer, I beg Leave to take a cursory view of what...
I congratulate you upon the Ratification of the Provisional & the Signature of the definitive...
It has ever been my intention to come in Person to the Hague, and take Leave of their High...
As to the Trade with the West Indies, I do not think we can hope to revive it upon more favorable...
I have rec d yours of 28 June & thank you for the information it contains— In all domestick...
I received with great Pleasure yours of 24. June. The Approbation of my Countrymen is a great...
It is but a very few days, Since I received your Letter of the 4. of May, which affored me, as...
I have received a Letter from a very respectable Person in America, containing the following...
LS and press copy of LS : National Archives; copies: Library of Congress, Massachusetts...
LS : Massachusetts Historical Society I have received a Letter from a very respectable Person in...
I am extremely sorry to find by your last Letter, that your Health has been attacked again, but I...
I have been honoured with your two friendly Letters from Rennes, and altho’ a multiplicity of...