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THE

DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

FROM THE

TREATY OF PEACE

TO THE ADOPTION OF THE

PRESENT CONSTITUTION.

VOL. IV.

THE

DIPLOMATIC.CORRESPONDENCE,

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERIC A,,,

FROM THE SIONIXG OF THE

DEFINITIVE TREATY OF PEACE,

1015 SEPTEMBER, 1783,

TO THE

ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION, MARCH 4, 1789.

BEING

THE LETTERS OF THE PRESIDENTS OF CONGRESS, THE SECRETARY
FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS-AMERICAN MINISTERS AT FOREIGN
COURTS, FOREIGN MINISTERS NEAR CONGRESS-REPORTS
OF COMMITTEES OF CONGRESS, AND REPORTS OF
THE SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON

VARIOUS LETTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS;

TOGETHER WITH

LETTERS FROM INDIVIDUALS ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS.

Published under the direction of the Secretary of State, from the
original Manuscripts in the Department of State, conformably

to an Act of Congress, approved May 5, 1832.

VOL. IV.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:

PRINTED BY FRANCIS PRESTON BLAIR.

1833.

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Extract from an Act of Congress, approved May 5th, 1832, entitled

“An Act making appropriation for the support of Government “for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two."

“ To enable the Secretary of State to cause to be printed, under his direction, a selection from the Diplomatic Correspondence of

"the United States, between the peace of one thousand seven hun

“dred and eighty-three, and the fourth of March one thousand

seven hundred and eighty nine, remaining unpublished in the De

'partment of State, twelve thousand dollars."

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