The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution: Being the Letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M. Dumas, and Others, Concerning the Foreign Relations of the United States During the Whole Revolution; Together with the Letters in Reply from the Secret Committee of Congress, and the Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Also, the Entire Correspondence of the French Ministers, Gerard and Luzerne, with Congress, Band 6

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To Robert R Livingston Philadelphia February 1st 1782
45
The Marquis de Bouillé to M de la Luzerne Without date
48
To George Washington Philadelphia April 13th 1782
54
Communication of the French Minister to the Secretary of Foreign
60
Verbal communication of the French Minister to the Secretary
67
George Washington to M de la Luzerne Headquarters Newburgh
73
To Robert R Livingston Philadelphia September 5th 1782
80
To Robert R Livingston Philadelphia September 27th 1782
89
To George Washington Philadelphia November 6th 1782
96
Robert R Livingston to M de la Luzerne Office of Foreign
102
To the President of Congress December 31st 1782
108
Count de Vergennes to M de la Luzerne Versailles March 10th
123
To the President of Congress Annapolis February 18th 1784
129
To the President of Congress Office of Finance April 23d
132
Count de Vergennes to George Washington Versailles July 29th
135
Organization of a Foreign Department In Congress January 10th
145
Desires an account of the damage done by the British in Connecticut
153
Circular letter to the Governors of the States Philadelphia Feb
159
Regulations for the Department of Foreign Affairs In Congress
165
To Don Francisco Rendon Philadelphia March 6th 1782
171
Thomas S Lee to Robert R Livingston Annapolis in Council
174
Charles Thomson to Robert R Livingston May 9th 1782
181
To Robert Morris Office of Foreign Affairs June 6th 1782
187
To William Moore President of the Council of Pennsylvania
193
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Foreign Affairs
199
To the President of Congress Philadelphia December 16th
203
To the President of Congress Office of Foreign Affairs Decem
205
Circular to the Governors of the States Philadelphia December
209
To General Greene Philadelphia February 14th 1783
215
To George Washington Philadelphia May 17th 1782 65
218
To George Washington Philadelphia March 12th 1783
220
Circular to the Governors of the States Philadelphia March 18th
227
To Thomas Jefferson Philadelphia April 4th 1783
233
Sir Guy Carleton to Robert R Livingston New York April 6th
234
To George Washington Philadelphia April 12th 1783
240
To the President of Congress Philadelphia June 2d 1783
246
Organization of the Finance Department In Congress February
251
Proceedings in Congress
258
To Alexander Hamilton Philadelphia May 26th 1781
264
To the President of Congress Philadelphia June 21st 1781
271
To B Franklio Philadelphia July 13th 1781
272
To Robert Smith Philadelphia July 17th 1781
281
B Fraoklin to Robert Morris Passy July 26th 1781
292
To John Jay Philadelphia July 29th 1781
298
de la Luzerne Philadelphia August 2d 1781
301
1781
306
Report of a Letter to Don Bernardo de Galvez made to Congress
373
To the President of Congress Office of Finance November 29th
398
To B Franklin Office of Finance March 23d 1782 445
400
To the Governors of North Carolina South Carolina and Georgia
404
To the Governor of Rhode Island Office of Finance Octol
409
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Finance Jan
410
To the Governor of Rhode Island Office of Finance January
412
585
415
George Washington to Robert Morris Philadelphia January 25th
424
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Finance Feb
434
To the President of Congress Office of Finance February 18th
440
To Oliver Phelps Office of Finance March 30th 1782
446
George Washington to Robert Morris Headquarters April 23d
452
Resigning his office on the ground that the debts are increased without
457
Report to Congress on a Memorial of the Merchants of Phila
458
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Finance
461
To Mr Grand Office of Finance May 17th 1782 46
467
To the President of Congress Office of Finance May
482
Caron de Beaumarchais to Robert Morris Paris June 30 1782
485
To Edward Carrington in Virginia Office of Finance June 6th
491
To B Franklin Office of Finance July 1st 1782
497
To the Governor of Maryland Office of Finance July 29t
505
To the Governor of Rhode Island Office of Finance August
526
To George Washington Office of Finance August 29th 1782 5
534
To Messrs Le Couteulx Co Paris Office of Finance Sep
537
Disposition of the loan mentioned in the preceding letter
547
To B Franklin Office of Finance October 27th 1782 5
549
To the Governor of North Carolina Office of Finance October
553
To the Governor of Cuba Philadelphia November 27th 1782 5
565
To the President of Congress Office of Finance December 12
572
de la Luzerne Office of Finance January 13th 1783
578
To George Washington Office of Finance January 21st 1783
584
To William Carmichael in Madrid Office of Finance March 4th
587
To the Receivers of Continental taxes in the several States Office
598
To the President of Congress Office of Finance May 1st 1783
601
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Finance
607
To Major General Greene Office of Finance May 16th 1783 6
614
Circular to the Governors of the States Office of Finance
620
To Mr Grand Office of Finance July 25th 1783
628
1782
634
Circular to the Commissioners of Accounts Office of Finance
643
To Arthur Lee Office of Finance October 4th 1783
650
accounts of the State
659
To the President of Congress Office of Finance January 13th
667
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668
Liberation of American prisoners in England Indisposition of England
693

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Seite 500 - I have received the letter, which you did me the honor to write to me the 4th instant, as also those which accompanied it.
Seite 234 - ... perfectly consistent not only with justice and equity, but with that spirit of conciliation which on the return of the blessings of peace should universally prevail...
Seite 124 - SIR, I have received the letter, which your Excellency did me the honor of addressing to me by the hand of Mr.
Seite 165 - Secretary to the United States of America for the Department of Foreign Affairs...
Seite 240 - his Britannic Majesty shall, with all convenient speed, and without causing any destruction, or carrying away any negroes or other property of the American inhabitants, withdraw all his armies, garrisons, and fleets from the United States, and from every port, place, and harbor within the same,
Seite 651 - SIR, I had the honor to receive your Excellency's letter of the 4th of this month soon after my arrival at this place.
Seite 44 - October, which accompanied it. I have no doubt that they will be most agreeable to his majesty, and that he will learn with...
Seite 118 - The articles of a general treaty do not appear so favorable to France in point of territorial acquisitions as they do to the other Powers ; but the magnanimous and disinterested scale of action which that great nation has exhibited to the world during this war, and at the conclusion of peace will insure to the King and nation that reputation which will be of more consequence to them than every other consideration.
Seite 289 - I should be informed of these things ; and I take the plain, open, candid method of acquiring information. To palliate or conceal any evils or disorders in our situation can answer no good purpose : they must be known before they can be cured. We must also know what resources can be brought forth, that we may proportion our efforts to our means, and our demands to both. It is necessary that we should be in condition to prosecute the war with ease before we can expect to lay down our arms with security,...
Seite 131 - Luzerne, whose attention on this, as on all other occasions, merits the acknowledgments of Congress. These lively representations of our august and most beloved friends will be placed in our council chamber ; and can never fail of exciting in the mind of every American, an admiration of the distinguished virtues and accomplishments of the royal originals. We beseech the Supreme Ruler of the Universe constantly to keep your majesty and your royal consort in his holy protection, and to render the blessings...