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RELATING TO THE

DIPLOMATICK TRANSACTIONS

BETWEEN THE

AMERICAN AND FRENCH

GOVERNMENTS,

From the Year 1793, to the Conclusion of the Convention,

on the 30th of September, 1800.

COLLECTED BY

A. G. GEBHARDT,

KNIGHT OF THE SAXON ORDER OF CIVIL MERIT,
Formerly Secretary to the Saxon Legation in London.

VOLUME III.

LONDON:
Printed by J. B. G. VOGEL, formerly 13, Poland Street, now

7, Castle Street, Falcon Square ;
AND SOLD BY J. BOOTH, DUKE STREET, PORTLAND PLACE,

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Mission et CORRESPONDANCE OFFICIELLE

DE MESSRS CH. C. PINCKNEY, J. MAR-
SHALL ET E. GERRY, Envoyés EXTRAOR-

ET MINISTRES PLÉNIPOTEN-
TIAIRES DES ETATS-UNIS D'AMÉRIQUE,
PRÈS LA RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE, EN 1797
ET 1798(*).

DINAIRES

Résolution du Congrès du 22 Juin 1798, de faire imprimer et distribuer gratis dans les Etats-Unis les Instructions et la Correspondance des Ministres Américains à Paris,

FIFTH CONGRESS

AT THE

OF THE UNITED STATES,
SECOND SESSION.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, that the Secretary of State be, and hereby is authorized and directed to cause to be printed a number of copies, not exceeding 10,000, of the instructions to the envoys extra

(*) Cette correspondance a été publiée officiellement, par ordre du Congrès des Etats-Unis, en 1799, sous le titre suivant: “Instructions to the Envoys extraordinary and Ministers plenipotentiary from the United States of America, to the French Republic, their Letters of Credence and full Powers, and the Dispatches received from them relative to thelr Mission ; published by the Secretary of Statc, in Conformity with the Resolution of Congress, of the 22d June, 1798.-Philadelphia."

Tome II.

ordinary and ministers plenipotentiary of the United
States to the French Republic, and of all the dispatches
hitherto received from them, and which have been com-
municated by the President of the United States to both
Houses of Congress; and to cause the same to be distri-
buted, gratis, throughout the United States, and parti-
cularly in such parts thereof wherein the dissemination
of information, through the medium of news-papers, is
most obstructed.

JONATHAN DAYTON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

TH. JEFFERSON,
Vice-President of the United States, and

President of the Senate.
Approved-June 22, 1798.

John ADAMS,
President of the United States.

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Resolution de la Chambre des Représentans du 2
Avril 1798, de demander au Président des Etats-Unis
Communication des Instructions et Dépéches des Minis-
tres Américains à Paris.
In the House of Representatives of the United States,

Monday, the 2d of April, 1798.
Resolved, That the President of the United States be
requested to communicate to this House, the instructions
to, and dispatches from the envoys extraordinary from
the United States, to the French Republic, mentioned
in his message of the 19th ultimo.

Extract from the Journal.

JONATHAN W. CONDY, Clerk.

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