The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America: From the Signing of the Definitive Treaty of Peace, September 10, 1783 to the Adoption of the Constitution, March 4, 1789. Being the Letters of the Presidents of Congress, the Secretary for Foreign Affairs--American Ministers at Foreign Courts, Foreign Ministers Near Congress--reports of the Secretary for Foreign Affairs on Various Letters and Communications; Together with Letters from Individuals on Public Affairs, 第 1 卷

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Thomas Jefferson to John Jay Paris May 11 1785
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News received of the signature of the definitive treaty of peace on
xlviii
Governor Randolph to M Oster Richmond November
22
Count de Vergennes to Benjamin Franklin Versailles August
27
From the City of Hamburg to Congress 29th March 1783
47
The Commissioners to Baron Thulemeier Passy Novem
53
Benjamin Franklin to the President of Congress Passy Septem
57
From the Chevalier de la Luzerne Minister of France to the Pres
73
From Thomas Mifflin to the Minister of France Annapolis
90
From Richard Henry Lee President of Congress to Benjam
91
Extract from the Secret Journal of Foreign Affairs December
92
December 14 1784
98
John Adams to the President of Congress Auteuil near
98
Letter from John Jay Secretary for Foreign Affairs to Monsieur
105
From the same to the same New York February 10 1785
112
From John Jay to the President of Congress New York
113
Solicits information of the proceedings of Congress Memorial of
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From John Jay to Monsieur de Marbois May 19 1785
124
From Monsieur de Marbois to John Jay Philadelphia
126
From Mr Morris to John Jay Philadelphia April 16 1785
137
John Jay to the President of Congress May 26 1785
140
578
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Report of John Adams to the other Commissioners Auteuil
166
John Jay to Monsieur de Marbois August 22 1785
173
John Jay to Monsieur de Marbois June 27 1785
177
From the same to the same August 31 1785
178
Monsieur Otto to John Jay New York November 28 1785
184
John Jay to Monsieur Otto November 28 1785
189
Monsieur Otto to John Jay New York November 30 1785 1
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John Jay to the Sieur de la Forêt New York January
200
The Duke of Dorset to the Commissioners Paris Noven
204
The scheme of the convention between his most Christian
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Report of Secretary Jay upon the scheme of the convention resp
218
Report of Secretary Jay on a reference of the subject of the cons
232
John Jay to the President of Congress April 24 1786
235
Monsieur Otto to John Jay New York October 9 1786
239
John Jay to Monsieur Otto New York November 2 1786
242
John Jay to the Count de Moustier February 19 1788
250
Copy of a second letter from the same to the same marked
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Report of Secretary Jay on the note of the Minister of France
262
Extract from the laws of Virginia
269
Marquis de la Fayette to the President of Congress Paris Decem
279
Benjamin Franklin to John Jay Passy September 10 1783
365
Benjamin Franklin to William Carmichael Passy December
374
Benjamin Franklin and John Jay to the President of Congre
378
Benjamin Franklin to M Grand Passy January 9 1785
390
Grand to Benjamin Franklin Paris September 12 1786
403
John Jay to the President of Pennsylvania New York February
411
John Jay to Benjamin Franklin January 12 1787
419
Benjamin Franklin to the President of Congress Philadelphia
430
From the same to the same The Hague April 10 1784
443
From the same to the same The Hague April 22 1784
454
From the same to the same The Hague June 7 1784
458
Report of Secretary Jay on the letter of John Adams June
464
From the same to the same Auteuil near Paris November
470
Report of Secretary Jay on Mr Adamss letter of January
474
From John Jay to Monsieur de Marbois Office of Foreign
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Messrs Willink Co to John Adams Amsterdam Janua
478
John Adams to John Jay April 13 1785
491
John Adams to John Jay Auteuil near Paris May 13 17
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From the same to the same New York March 11 1785
497
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE JOINT COMMISSIONERS
501
Versailles September 15 1784
507
Riviere Chargé dAffaires of Saxony to the Commissioners
509
From the same to the same Passy October 28 1784
516
From John Jay to Monsieur de Marbois New York
529
Second Report of the Commissioners to Congress Passy D
544
Mons de Pio to the Commissioners Paris January 22 1785
549
Baron Thulemeier to the Commissioners The Hague March
560
The Commissioners to the Count de Vergennes Passy
568
From Monsieur de Marbois to John Jay Philadelphia
574
The Commissioners to the Duke of Dorset Passy
575
The Commissioners to Baron Thulemeier Passy May
580
Baron Thulemeier to Thomas Jefferson The Hague July
594
The Commissioners to John Jay Grosvenor Square April
600
Thomas Jefferson to John Jay Paris June 17 1785
617
Thomas Jefferson to John Jay Paris July 12 1785
620
From the same to the same Paris August 14 1785
627
John Jay to Thomas Jefferson New York December 7 1785
637
Report of the Secretary for Foreign Affairs and resolution
644
Thomas Jefferson to John Jay Paris March 5 1786
719
From the same to the same London April 23 1786
725
Thomas Jefferson to William Carmichael Paris May 5 1786
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