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Preliminaries of peace between France and Great Britain, were signed last night at Lord...
This day for the first our President Mr. Hancock took his Seat in convention, and we shall...
30 July 1801, London. No. 28. Believes French invasion of Great Britain unlikely despite military...
The final question in our Convention has just been decided in the affirmative by 89 ays 79 noes....
29 March 1804, Washington. “On the receipt of yours of I put it into the hands of Mr. Gallatin,...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that on the final Question of assinting to & ratifying the...
Our prospects are gloomy, but hope is not entirely extinguished. Gerry has not returned to the...
25 May 1801, London. Introduces Prince Ruspoli, officer in the Order of Malta, who comes...
16 July 1802, London. No. 72. Reports that he exchanged ratifications of the convention on 15...
18 February 1802, London. No. 54. Encloses copy of bill proposed in Parliament by Vansittart...