MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TO BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS. JUNE 18TH, 1798. John Adams.

MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TO BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS. JUNE 18TH, 1798.

[Philadelphia? 1798]. 72pp. Disbound, Very Good.

President Adams transmits to Congress the report of American Ministers Charles Pinckney, John Marshall, and Elbridge Gerry. They enclose the Messages of Talleyrand who, while claiming a desire for friendship with America, complains that the United States is entirely at fault for the imperfect relations between the two nations. Talleyrand says that America, by agreeing to the Jay Treaty with England, has unjustifiably allied itself with France's enemies, and has hindered French maritime commerce.
Evans 34823. Bristol B10641. Shipton & Mooney 48730. ESTC W17052. Item #36574

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