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I have done myself the Honor of Answering your Excellencys Letter of the 10 th of Febry by two different Posts, as far as was then in my Power. I have now to give your Excellency Information of the only Metter which remained Unanswered. I am told an Express is Arrived from Congress brought by a M r or Major Franks announcing the ratification of the Treaty on the 14 of Febry,— The Major is...
I thank You for your obliging Letter of the 2 d. Inst—& congratulate you on the Recovery of your Health, as well as on the Success of your measures for preserving our Credit, for which you certainly merit the Acknowledgm ts. of the United States in general, and of their Financier in particular. It seems to me that this Climate would be at least as propitious to your Health as that of Holland;...
On the 5 th. I rec d , your Favour, which came by Coll Herman, and another long Letter with it. You have obliged me very much. in the Six years that I have passed in Europe, I never received So much Information, concerning the Spirit of the times. The Confederation appears to me, to be of great Importance, and that it ought to be Strengthened. This however cannot be done, but by preserving...
on the 5 th , I received your Favour which came by Coll Herman, and another long Letter with it.— You have obliged me very much. in the Six Years that I have passed in Europe, I never received So much Information, concerning the Spirit of the Times in Congress. I very early Saw the Necessity of forming Connections with European Powers, and the Facility of doing it, but I saw equally early the...
A friendly letter I wrote You, and the One I Receive is not so affectionate as usual. The Value I set By Your Esteem, the Consequent fear least my Conduct Be Misrepresented to You, Such were the Motives that Actuated me— As to the institutions Alluded to, I only Need Saying that My principles are known— if You Have writen Nothing, I did more, for whatever I thought Ought to Be Amended, I...
J’ai l’honneur de Vous envoier ci joint en original le Projet du Traité de Commerce a conclure entre S. M. Prussienne et les Etats-Unis de l’Amerique, tel que le Roi vient de me l’envoier, Vous suppliant de me le faire passer de retour dès que Vous en aurés fait tirer Copie. Il me sera infinimint agreable de conduire de Conseil avec Vous, Monsieur, et a la Satisfaction reciproque de nos...
[ 9 April 1784 ] [ 9 April 1784 ] Traité D’Amitie et de Commerce, conclu entre Sa Majeste le Roi de Prusse et les Etats Unis de L’Amerique Septentrionale. Treaty of Amity & commerce concluded between His Majesty the King of Prussia & the U d States of North America. Le Roi de Prusse et les treize Etats Unis de L’Amerique Septentrionale, desirant d’etablir d’une maniere Stable et permanente les...
Observations faites par Monsieur Adams, sur le projet d’un Traité d’Amitié et de Commerce à conclure entre Sa Majesté le Roi de Prusse et les Etats-Unis de l’Amérique; avec les altérations que ce Ministre desireroit voir adopter par Sa Majesté Prussienne, d’après un concert préalable arrêté entre lui et Ses Collègues Messieurs Francklin et Jay. 1: Au lieu d’exprimer dans le cours du Traité la...
I have the Honour to inclose to Congress a Copy of a Letter from the Baron De Thulemeier, and a Copy of a Project of a Treaty transmitted to me, by the order of the King of Prussia. I Should hope it might be examined in Congress or by a Committee and that Instructions may be sent, concerning any Changes to be made in the Articles, together with a Commission to treat and conclude to Such...
Inclosed is Copy of a Letter from the Baron de Thulemeier and Copy of a Project of a Treaty transmitted to me by order of the King of Prussia: I should be glad if your Excellencies would examine it, and write me your Objections, and proposals of alterations, which I shall immediately communicate to his Majesty through his Minister. I presume too that your Excellencies will transmit it to...