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    • Hartley, David
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    • Revolutionary War
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Enclosed I send you a copy of a conciliatory bill which I moved in Parliament on the 27th of the...
I take the liberty to introduce to your acquaintance my friend and relation Mr. Saml. Hartley....
I take the opportunity by means of Mr Laurens junr of addressing a few lines to you for the...
Having been long informed of your benevolent Sentiments towards peace I writt a letter to you on...
D : Massachusetts Historical Society; copy: Public Record Office David Hartley arrived in Paris...
M r Hartley presents his Comp ts to M r Adams and if it be convenient to him, w d be glad to have...
Articles agreed upon by and between David Hartley Esquire, Minister Plenipotentiary of his...
Whereas, by the 6 th. Article of the Provisional Treaty of the 30 th of November 1782, it was...
Article. Manufactures. foreign Commodities. It is agreed, that American Merchants shall be...
Article. Commerce to be in force for Five Years unless sooner altered by a Treaty of Commerce 1....