The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol. I
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol. I

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  • THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
  • Resolution of Congress of March 27th, 1818.
  • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
    • SILAS DEANE'S CORRESPONDENCE.
    • CORRESPONDENCE OF THE COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURT OF FRANCE.
  • THE CORRESPONDENCE OF SILAS DEANE, COMMISSIONER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE COURT OF FRANCE.
  • THE CORRESPONDENCE OF SILAS DEANE.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO SILAS DEANE.[1]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM CARON DE BEAUMARCHAIS TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO COUNT VERGENNES.
    • TO ROBERT MORRIS.
    • TO ROBERT MORRIS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • Articles for hiring armed Vessels and Merchandize, agreed to between Messrs de Monthieu, and Rodrique Hortalez & Co. and Mr Silas Deane.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.[6]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • List of Officers of Infantry and Light Troops destined to serve the United States of North America.
      • List of Officers of Infantry and Light Troops destined to serve in the armies of the United States of North America.
    • List of Officers of Infantry and Light Troops destined to serve the United States of North America.
    • List of Officers of Infantry and Light Troops destined to serve in the armies of the United States of North America.
    • TO COUNT VERGENNES.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO ROBERT MORRIS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO ROBERT MORRIS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO SILAS DEANE.
    • JAMES LOVELL TO SILAS DEANE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • FROM COUNT DE VERGENNES TO SILAS DEANE.
    • FROM DR FRANKLIN TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Mr Deane's Observations on Mr Arthur Lee's Letter of June 1st, 1778.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • Plan for sinking fiftythree millions of dollars of the Continental Currency, and to establish a Bank of one million, and a half sterling, or $6,666,6662/3 in Europe for the use of the States of America, at the expense of forty millions of dollars in specie only, or of Bills upon Europe equivalent.
      • FIRST CALCULATION.
      • SECOND CALCULATION.
    • FIRST CALCULATION.
    • SECOND CALCULATION.
    • Proposals for equipping such a fleet, as will be sufficient to defend the coasts and commerce of the United States against any force, which Great Britain will be able to send to America.
      • CALCULATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CALCULATION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO M. HOLKER.
    • M. HOLKER'S ANSWER.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • Account of monies paid by Mr Grand, to Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, and Arthur Lee, for their particular use, and charged by him, as paid immediately to them.
    • Account of monies paid by Mr Grand, to Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, and Arthur Lee, for their particular use, and charged by him, as paid immediately to them.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THE CORRESPONDENCE OF THE COMMISSIONERS FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE COURT OF FRANCE.
  • THE CORRESPONDENCE OF THE COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURT OF FRANCE.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, SILAS DEANE, AND ARTHUR LEE, COMMISSIONERS AT PARIS.[24]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ROBERT MORRIS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO CAPTAIN LARKIN HAMMOND.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO WILLIAM BINGHAM AT MARTINIQUE.
    • THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • AGREEMENT Between the Commissioners and certain French Officers.
    • COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF SECRET CORRESPONDENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • AGREEMENT Between Messrs Franklin and Deane, and the Farmers-General of France, for the sale of a quantity of Tobacco.
      • ARTICLE I.
      • ARTICLE II.
      • ARTICLE III.
      • ARTICLE IV.
      • ARTICLE V.
      • ARTICLE VI.
      • ARTICLE VII.
    • ARTICLE I.
    • ARTICLE II.
    • ARTICLE III.
    • ARTICLE IV.
    • ARTICLE V.
    • ARTICLE VI.
    • ARTICLE VII.
    • AGREEMENT FOR PACKETS Between M. Ray de Chaumont, on the one part, and Benjamin Franklin and Silas Deane, on the other, viz.
    • TO JONATHAN WILLIAMS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • Messrs Franklin and Deane's Contract with M. Holker.
      • Amount of sundry Articles of Merchandise mentioned in the above Contracts;
    • Amount of sundry Articles of Merchandise mentioned in the above Contracts;
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO JOHN PAUL JONES.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
    • M. GERARD TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DUMAS.
    • DRAFT OF A PROPOSED LETTER FROM THE COMMISSIONERS TO THE GRAND PENTIONARY.
    • TO M. DUMAS.
    • TO MR. JOHN ROSS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO WILLIAM BINGHAM, AT MARTINIQUE.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DUMAS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO MR JONATHAN WILLIAMS, AT NANTES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • JOHN PAUL JONES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO DAVID HARTLEY.
    • TO JOHN PAUL JONES.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO THE COUNCIL OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • The Functions of Consuls,
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • JOHN PAUL JONES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • Regulations for Prizes and Prisoners. By the King.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • JOHN PAUL JONES TO ABRAHAM WHIPPLE.
    • ABRAHAM WHIPPLE TO JOHN PAUL JONES.
    • TO JOHN PAUL JONES.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • DECLARATION Of Count de Vergennes, annulling the Eleventh and Twelfth Articles of the Commercial Treaty with France.
    • DECLARATION Of the American Commissioners, annulling the Eleventh and Twelfth Articles of the same Treaty.
    • TO M. DE BEAUMARCHAIS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • M. NECKER TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO THE AMERICAN PRISONERS IN PLYMOUTH, OR ELSEWHERE IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • E. T. VAN BERCKEL TO M. DUMAS.
    • Declaration of E. T. Van Berckel.
    • COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO WILLIAM LEE.
    • TO RALPH IZARD.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO M. DUMAS.
    • FROM THE COMMITTEE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • M. DE SARTINE, TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • THE AMBASSADOR OF NAPLES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO THE AMBASSADOR OF NAPLES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • FROM JAMES LOVELL TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO RALPH IZARD.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO THE AMERICANS TAKEN ON BOARD THE ENGLISH FRIGATES.
    • TO M. DUMAS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO RALPH IZARD.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DUMAS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO E. T. VAN BERCKEL, BURGOMASTER OF AMSTERDAM.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • COUNT DE VERGENNES TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DUMAS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • M. DUMAS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • M. DUMAS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • M. DUMAS TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO M. DE SARTINE.
    • M. DE SARTINE TO THE COMMISSIONERS.
    • TO WILLIAM LEE, AT FRANKFORT.
    • TO JOHN LLOYD, AND OTHERS.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO M. SCHWEIGHAUSER.
    • TO JOHN PAUL JONES.
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