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I have received your Letter of the 15 of June and am happy to inform you, that M r Jefferson and M r Humphrey are Arrived, as well as my Family with whom I am once more Settled. The Appointment of M r Jefferson is a very happy one. He is as active in Business as he is able, and has nothing So much at Heart as the real Service of his Country. I have known him of old. We have acted together...
The United States of America in Congress Assembled judging that an intercourse between the Subjects of His Prussian Majesty and the Citizens of the said States founded on the principles of equality reciprocity and friendship, may be of mutual advantage to both nations, on the twelfth day of May last, issued their Commission under the Seal of the said States to the Subscribers as their...
AL (draft): National Archives After having met in person with Hartley, the British negotiator who would soon return to London, and Walterstorff, the Danish envoy with whom Franklin had negotiated a draft treaty in 1783, the American commissioners decided to send a circular letter to official representatives of the other nations with which they were empowered to negotiate treaties of commerce...
LS and copy: National Archives Le Serenissime Gouvernement de Gênes desirant favoriser autant qu’il lui est possible le Commerce que ses Sujets font dans les Provinces et Ports des Etats Unis de l’Amerique Septentrionale que vous avez l’honneur de representer, est entré dans la Determination d’envoyer à Boston un Consul ou Agent pour qu’il puisse dans tous les Cas et circonstances possibles...
Transcript: National Archives; L (draft): Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères J’ai recu, Monsieur, la Lettre que vous m’avez fait l’Honneur de m’écrire le 3e. de ce Mois: vous y declarez, au Nom du Congrès, que les Etats Unis auront Soin de ne traiter aucun Nation, relativement au Commerce, plus avantageusement que la Nation Françoise. Cette Declaration fondée sur le Traité du 6e:...
6[Diary entry: 9 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
9th. Having discharged the hired Horses which were obtained at the Springs, & hired one more only to supply the place of one of mine, whose back was much hurt, we had them loaded by Six oclock, and was about to set out when it began to rain; which looking very likely to continue thro’ the day, I had the Loads taken of to await the issue. At this place I met with a Man who lives at the Mouth of...
I have the honour of Sending to you the new promotion Which has been done lately for the order of Cincinnatus according to the resolutions of the last meeting of the general Society. I also inclose in it the copy of a letter from M. le Mal de segur bearing the permission of his majesty for these new aggregated. you will See by it, at the Same time, that his majesty Stops all kind of farther...
The United States of America in Congress assembled, judging that an Intercourse between the Subjects of [her most Faithfull Majesty of Portugal] and the Citizens of the Said States founded on the Principles of Equality, Reciprocity, and friendship, may be of mutual Advantage to both Nations, on the twelfth day of May last, issued their Commission under the Seal of the Said States, to the...
Passy, 9 Sep. 1784 . This letter is almost identical with the Commissioners’ letter to De Souza of this date, q.v. for variations in the text. FC ( DNA : PCC , No. 116); at head of text: “The object of the Commission with respect to the completion of a Treaty of Amity & Commerce between the United States of America and His Majesty the King of Prussia was communicated in the subsequent Letter...