Catalog Record: Authentic copies of the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, esq., Secretary of State to the United States of America, and George Hammond, esq., minister plenipotentiary of Great-Britain : on the non-execution of existing treaties, the delivering the frontier posts, and on the propriety of a commercial intercourse between Great-Britain and the United States | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Authentic copies of the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, esq., Secretary of State to the United States of America, and George Hammond, esq., minister plenipotentiary of Great-Britain : on the non-execution of existing treaties, the delivering the frontier posts, and on the propriety of a commercial intercourse between Great-Britain and the United States.

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Hammond, George 1763-1853., Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : [s.n.] ; 1794.
Subjects: Great Britain > Foreign relations > United States.
United States > Foreign relations > Great Britain.
Note: Both parts were originally issued in "A message of the President of the United States to Congress relative to France and Great-Britain : delivered December 5, 1793 : with the papers therein referred to. Philadelphia, 1793."
Duplicates of p. 41-48 occur in place of p. 49-56.
Physical Description: 1 prelim. leaf, 89 p. ; 22 cm.
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