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, 5. cilt

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To Robert R Livingston Madrid December 20th 1781
69
To Robert R Livingston Madrid December 24th 1781
74
To Robert R Livingston Madrid February 18th 1782
81
Robert R Livingston to William Carmichael Philadelphia
87
To Robert R Livingston St Ildefonso July 22d 1782
94
To Robert R Livingston Madrid October 29th 1782
102
To Robert R Livingston Madrid December 30th 1782
108
To Robert R Livingston Madrid March 13th 1783
117
Instructions to John Laurens In Congress December 23d
145
To the President of Congress Philadelphia January 15th
147
To the President of Congress Passy March 20th 1781
151
On the necessity of further aid in money and of a naval superiority of
157
To the President of Congress Paris April 24th 1781
164
To the President of Congress Philadelphia September
171
B Franklin to M Dumas Philadelphia December 19th 1775
187
To the Committee of Secret Correspondence Utrecht May 14th
196
Arthur Lee to C W F Dumas London July 6th 1776
202
Silas Deane to C W F Dumas Paris September 11th 1776
203
Arthur Lee to C W F Dumas London September 23d
209
Silas Deane to C W F Dumas Paris October 9th 1776
215
Silas Deane to C W F Dumas Paris December 13th 1776
222
B Franklin to C W F Dumas Paris January 29th 1777
225
William Carmichael to C W F Dumas Paris May 9th
231
To the Committee of Foreign Affairs June 14th 1777
238
To the Committee of Foreign Affairs December 16th 1777
241
Memorial presented by his Excellency the Duc de la Vauguyon
247
Count de Vergennes to John Laurens Versailles May 16th
249
To the Commissioners at Paris The Hague January 12th
256
To the Committee of Foreign Affairs The Hague March 1st
260
To B Franklin The Hague September 14th 1779
266
Permission to land the sick and wounded of the English vessels
273
John Paul Jones to the Duc de la Vauguyon Texel November
278
To the Committee of Foreign Affairs December 10th 1779
285
John Paul Jones to C W F Dumas Alliance December 13th
291
John Paul Jones to ViceAdmiral P H Reynst Alliance Texel
292
B Franklin to C W F Dumas Passy March 29th 1780
300
Protest of the City of Amsterdam Extracted from the resolutions
306
James Lovell to C W F Dumas Philadelphia July 10th
309
John Paul Jones to C W F Dumas Ariel Road of Croix Sep
315
To the President of Congress Amsterdam December 19th
321
To the President of Congress The Hague March 22d 1781
328
General J H Bedaulx to C W F Dumas Nimeguen April 28th
329
To the President of Congress The Hague August 23d 1781
335
To the President of Congress Amsterdam January 7th 1782
342
Verbal message of C W F Dumas to the city of Schiedam
348
To Robert R Livingston The Hague August 16th 1782
354
To the President of Congress Cadiz February 5th 1783
407
Robert R Livingston to M de la Fayette Philadelphia May 1st
415
To John Jay Secretary of Foreign Affairs Mount Vernon
421
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR NEGOCIATING
435
Commission to accept the mediation of the Empress of Russia
441
Commission to William T Franklin
448
Resolutions of Congress In Congress October 3d 1782
449
Articles taken to England by Mr Strachey November 5th
455
Third set of Articles November 25th 1782
461
To Francis Dana at Petersburgh Paris December 12th 1782
471
Alleyne Fitzherbert to the Commissioners Paris February 18th
478
Robert R Livingston to the Commissioners Philadelphia March
480
by arms
501
June 16th 1783
511
David Hartleys six propositions for a definitive treaty June
518
To Robert R Livingston Paris July 27th 1783
525
Ratification of the provisional articles by Great Britain
533
B Franklin to Charles Fox Passy September 5th 1783
537
Congress to the Commissioners October 29th 1783
545
CORRESPONDENCE OF CONRAD ALEXANDER GERARD
551
Favorable reception Kindness of the French Ambassador and of M Gerard
557
Messrs Duportail La Radiere and Laumoy to M Gerard Phila
576
To the President of Congress Philadelphia March 16th 1779
582
To the President of Congress Philadelphia May 3d 1779
589
To the President of Congress Philadelphia May 9th 1779
594
To the President of Congress Philadelphia May 24th 1779
601
To the President of Congress Philadelphia July 5th 1779
608
Gerard to the President of the State of Pennsylvania Phila
621
To the President of Congress Philadelphia August 5th 1779
633
Gerards speech on taking leave of Congress
638
Substance of a conference between M de la Luzerne and General
647
The President of Congress to M de la Luzerne In Congress
659
The President of the Council of Maryland to William Smith
663
Extract from the Exposition of the Motives of the Court of Spain
669
Communications of the French Minister to a Committee of Congress
676
George Washington to M de la Luzerne Headquarters Morris
678
To the President of Congress Philadelphia May 16th 1780
684
Report of a Committee of Congress respecting a conference with
692
George Washington to M de la Luzerne Peekskill August 4th
701
Congress to the King of France
707
To the President of Congress Philadelphia March 2d 1781
714
To George Washington Philadelphia May 7th 1781
720
The King of France to Congress
723
To the President of Congress Philadelphia July 1st 1781
742
Report of communications from the French Minister In Congress
744
To the President of Congress Philadelphia September 16th
746

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