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A treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United states of America and his majesty the king of Prussia having been arranged by us with the baron de Thulemeier his majesty’s envoy extraordinary at the Hague specially empowered for this purpose, and it being inconsistent with our other duties to repair to that place ourselves for the purpose of executing and exchanging the instruments of...
Your favors of Dec. 11. Jan. 23. and Mar. 3. have been duly received. Your despatches for Mr. Jay always go by the first safe conveyance after they come. I have been long acknowleging the receipt of your former letters because during the winter a very sick family prevented my attending to any but the most indispensable business, and because I saw by your zealous and judicious publications in...
I return you many thanks for your kind attention in forwarding my letters. I shall probably remain here till Thursday or Friday next, and will therefore pray you to forward hither any which may arrive before that time. None I believe will come after that, as I have let Mr. Short know I should be gone. Since my arrival here I have had some thought of making a tour up the Rhine instead of...
I had received your favor of the 23d. of September two days ago. That of the 28th. and 29th. was put into my hands this morning. I immediately waited on the Ambassadors , ordinary and extraordinary of the United Netherlands, and also on the Envoy of Prussia, and asked their good offices to have an efficacious protection extended to your person, your family, and your effects, observing that the...
I have been duly honoured with the receipt of your separate letters of Aug. 23. and should sooner have returned an answer, but that as you had written also to Mr. Adams I thought it possible I might receive his sentiments on the subject in time for the post. Not thinking it proper to lose the occasion of the post, I have concluded to communicate to you my separate sentiments, which you will of...
My first moments after my return having been necessarily occupied by letters which had come during my absence and which required immediate answers, I have not till now been able to resume my correspondence with you, and to inform you of my safe arrival here after a very agreeable tour through Germany. Our news from America comes down to the 14th. of March. At that time the state of the new...
Your favor of the 24th. has just come to hand, and that of the 20th. of June had never been acknoleged. I congratulate you on the news just received of the accession of New Hampshire to the new Constitution which suffices to establish it. I have the honor to inclose you details on that subject, as also on the reception of Mr. Adams, which you will be so good as to reduce to such a size as may...
I have the honor of inclosing to you a state of such articles of intelligence as I received by the last packet which may be interesting in Europe. I stated them for the publisher of an English and American gazette printed here in English once a week, which begins and deserves to be read. If you think any of these articles worth inserting in the Leyden gazette, you will be so good as to put...
I was mentioning to-day to my friend the Count Diodati, minister plenipotentiary for the Duke of Mecklenberg-Schwerin, that I had asked the favor of you to have the Leyden gazette sent to me by post, during the suspension of it’s distribution here, and he asked of me to procure at the same time the same benefit for him, being disposed as myself to pay the postage rather than be without the...
In my letters of the 30th. and 31st. of July I took the liberty of asking the favor of you to procure the Leyden gazette to be sent to Count Diodati and myself, from Leyden by post, during the suspension of the ordinary distribution of that paper here. You were so good as to do this, and we have been in a course of receiving those papers regularly by post. But the suspension here being now...