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Presuming on the acquaintance, from which I derived so much pleasure during your stay in this Country, I am going to take a very great liberty. It concerns a near relation of mine, Mr. Alexander Hamilton, now a prisoner of war on parol, at Paris. His brother, from whom I have just received a letter informs me, that being upon a visit to the Continent as a Traveller, he was overtaken by the war...
I was honored in due time with your letter of the 12 prairial, and have now the satisfaction to inform you that the Treaty & Conventions of April 30st. last have obtained the regular approbation of the several branches of our Government. The solid considerations which led to this result, the mutual confidence with which the negociations were conducted, and the promptness of the Executory...
8 June 1804, Washington. Believes his last dispatch should have convinced Talleyrand of the weakness of the arguments JM produced to justify the armament that the federal government is allowing for the defense of U.S. commerce with the rebellious blacks of Saint-Domingue. In fairness, Pichon must say that the secretary of state himself appeared to sense the weakness of his own reasoning and...