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Paris, 11 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter’s hand ( PCC , No. 84, I, f. 447–450). printed : Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. Rev. Francis Wharton, ed., The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States , Washington, 1889; 6 vols. , 3:610– 611. In this letter, received by Congress on 19 Feb. 1781, Adams listed twenty-five English counties and nine cities and towns that had, between...
Copy: Library of Congress I received your favours of the 10th. and 28th. of march. The Method you propose of managing the Money for the Prisoners is perfectly agreable to me. You desired in your last that I would explain how it happen’d that no Prisoners went back in the last Cartel. I did not till this Day well understand it myself; or I should have answer’d sooner. When our Little Squadron...
ALS : National Archives; press copy: Library of Congress <Bergen, April 11, 1780, in French: I have received both of your letters of February 21st and am extremely grateful for them. I wish I could have done more to serve American interests, but my efforts were not totally fruitless since the Danish government has agreed to bear all expenses incurred by your people here, both before the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Puisque dans l’honorée vôtre du 29 Mars vous me demandez de vous expliquer l’affaire du Pilote Anglois avec Mr. Jones, je dois supposer que Vous n’avez pas reçu la copie du Certificat qu’à la requisition du dernier je vous avois envoyée dans une de mes Lettres du Texel ou d’Amsterdam: Ce qui ne seroit pas surprenant, vu l’état de confusion & d’anarchie où...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Je prends la liberté de vous informer que le Corsaire Nommé le Prince Noir de 22 Canons a Eté forcé de faire Côte a Berk [Berck] distant de quatre lieües de ce port, par la chasse que Lui a donné une fregatte angloise, le Neuf de ce mois; interessé par plus d’un motif au Bien des Etats unis, jÿ ai depeché Sur le Champ un de mes affidés pour offrir des...
Press copy: Library of Congress We received your kind letter of the 21st. of Febry. with the greatest pleasure as you have therein approv’d our conduct whilst in this place & given us orders to proceed immediately to France, if the ships were not restored. We shall therefore in consequence of the King of Denmark’s, as well as your Excellency’s orders sail for Dunkirk the first wind. All...
7[Diary entry: 11 April 1780] (Washington Papers)
11th. Cold—raw & cloudy in the forenoon with the Wind fresh from the westward. Afternoon it began to rain, & continued to do so moderately till 9 or 10 O’clock at Night when it cleared.
8General Orders, 11 April 1780 (Washington Papers)
[Officers] Of the Day Tomorrow[:] Colonel Ogden, Lieutenant Colonel Commandt Weissenfells, Brigade Major Hand’s Brigade. A Corporal and four men from the first pennsylvania Brigade are to be sent to the Quarter Master General’s clothing store tomorrow, and are to be relieved every other day by the same brigade untill further orders. The Brigade Quarter masters are immediately to make Returns...
The Minister of France, has fixed on Monday next for his departure from hence for a Visit to your Excellency I have therefore order’d a Detachment of the Marechaussée to attend in order to escort him to Camp. I expect every moment to hear the Committee are named to consult with your Excellency; as mentioned in my last, and I have fixed on Friday next for my departure for Camp. I am with...
As I stand in need of bette⟨r⟩ advice & assistance in the chancery suit depending between Mr James Mercer & the persons for whom I am acting as Attorney than my own knowledge of these kind of proceedings is capable of affording I laid the paper⟨s⟩ you forwarded to me relative to this business before Colo. Harrison for his aid. The Memorandums, contained in the form of a letter from him to...