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 Their Mission.
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- 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 Their Mission.
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- EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINTS UNITED STATES FRENCH REPUBLIC GOVERNMENT LETTERS OF CREDENCE DISPATCHES FOREIGN RELATIONS 1797 TO 1801 CONGRESS TIMOTHY PICKERING CHARLES COTESWORTH PINCKNEY JOHN MARSHALL ELBRIDGE GERRY EVANS PHILADELPHIA IMPRINT 1798
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