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Washington, George:

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, TO CONGRESS; RELATIVE TO THE FRENCH REPUBLIC; DELIVERED JANUARY 19, 1797, WITH THE PAPERS THEREIN REFERRED TO. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Ross, Philadelphia: [1797] pp 92, [56], 16, [380]. Bound in attractive modern marbled wrappers. Tanned with scattered foxing, Good+. The first section prints correspondence between Secretary of State Pickering and Minister to France Pinckney. The remainder of the Message is an Appendix, the first 56 pages of which comprise correspondence between Pickering and French Minister Adet; there follows the President's Neutrality Proclamation of April 22, 1793, with implementing instructions from Treasury Secretary Hamilton and then-State Secretary Randolph; and a voluminous correspondence between French and American representatives, all translated into English. Evans 33049.


Book Id: 13706

Price: $350.00

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