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I received Sometime Since a Letter from an American Gentleman now in London, a Candidate for...
If any one should ask me what is the System of the present administration? I should answer, “to...
Having been obliged to come to Holland, the Beginning of this Year to obtain Money, to prevent M...
On Wednesday the third day of this Month, the American Ministers met the British Minister at his...
Soon after the Signature of the Preliminary Articles of Peace, I requested, of Congress, their...
Yesterday morning, M r. Jay informed me, that D r. Franklin had recieved, & soon afterwards the D...
As I am to remain in Europe for sometime longer, I beg Leave to take a cursory view of what...
I have the Honour to inclose to Congress a Copy of a Letter from the Baron De Thulemeier, and a...
Since my last Arrival in Holland, I have not transmitted to Congress, the Details of the...
Permit me to congratulate you, on your Election to the Chair, and to wish you and the Members of...
I beg Leave to introduce to your Civilities M r: Thaxter, who goes home with the definitive...
I had Scarcely finished my Dispatches, to go by M r Thaxter with the definitive Treaty, when I...
The inclosed Letters from M r Dumas will communicate to Congress, the present State of affairs,...
As I had the Honour to observe in a former Letter there is a Fermentation in the Courts of the...
D r Franklin has lately communicated to M r Jefferson and me a Letter he has received from the...
I have the Honour to inclose Copies of three Notes which I have receiv’d from the Prussian...
Some Weeks ago the Baron de Thulemeier called upon me and delivered me the Paper, copy of which...
As the Resolution of Congress of the first of May, has determined it to be my Duty to remain in...
If my Memory does not deceive me, I have heretofore transmitted to Congress, the Advice of some...
I have the Satisfaction, to inform Congress that by Letters from our Bankers, in Amsterdam, I am...
Having assembled together at this place about the latter end of August we proceeded in obedience...
The Measures taken by the Neighbouring Powers are likely to produce an intimate Friendship and...
In our letter of Nov r 11 th. we had the honour of laying before Congress a state of our...
About the fourteenth of September I was seized at Paris with a Fever, which proved to be a...
In our last of Dec r. 15 we had the honour of communicating to Congress our letter to the...
On the Eighteenth of February the Baron de Thulemeyer, Envoy Extraordinary to their High...
On the third Instant, Definitive Treaties were concluded, between all the late belligerent...
I have the Honor of transmitting to your Excellency five Petitions complaining of Actions at Law...
It appears to me important both to Congress and their officers, that the Duties & Rights of the...
In my Negociations with M r . Gardoqui I experience certain difficulties which in my Opinion...
On Friday last M r . DeMarbois called upon me to enquire whether Congress had as yet directed any...
I find that Congress were pleased on the 22 d . Ult: to order me, “to transmit to the Executives...
I have the Honor of transmitting to your Excellency herewith enclosed, a Memorial and Petition of...
I have this Moment received an Order of Congress in the following Words viz t . “That the...
I have received from the Chargé des Affaires of France a Letter dated the 28 th . Instant, which...
The City and County of New York have elected me one of their Deputies to the State Convention,...
As the State of my Health requires, and that of the Office will soon admit of my making an...
Having well considered the Nature of the proposed Negociation with the Encargodo de negocios of...
The English Packet which arrived the Day before Yesterday, brought me no Letters from M r ....
[ New York, 1784 ]. In a letter beginning “Nothing could justify my repeated applications to Your...
We have now the Honor to submit to the Consideration of the United States in Congress assembled...