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|Named Person:||John Adams; John Avery; DeSoulanges.; John Jay; Thomas Jefferson; John Paul Jones; John Moor; Robert Morris; Charles Thomson|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
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|Description:||1 folder (25 items)|
Circulars with enclosures include a letter of [John?] Paul Jones (1747-1792) informing Jay that Algeria has declared war on the United States. This accompanies a letter of DeSoulanges regarding the Algerian navy. There is also a copy of a John Adams (1735-1826) letter mentioning a possible treaty with Portugal.
Another circular contains a series of items relating to tobacco trade and its competition with France. There is a Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) letter discussing the tobacco trade, a resolution, and a contract negotiated by Robert Morris (1734-1806). This contract bears a note by Le Couteulx & Company regarding the Treaty of Paris.
One circular concerns slaves taken by the British during the American Revolution. A xerox copy lists those seized by the British (the original is in the Connecticut papers).
There is also a circular including extracts of letters by John Adams discussing an attempt in England to print counterfeit North Carolina and South Carolina money. The counterfeiter, Robert [Moor?], was arrested.
This collection contains a partially printed Jay document authorizing Samuel Hobbs' ship _Fame_ as a privateer in Boston, 1779. The document is also signed John Avery (1739-1806) and Charles Thomson (1729-1824).
A three-page, autograph manuscript, apparently a message to the New York Legislature from Jay as governor of New York, discusses maritime grievances with France in 1798. It is apparently in Jay's hand and signed by him.
- Adams, John, -- 1735-1826.
- Avery, John, -- 1739-1806.
- Jay, John, -- 1745-1829.
- Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826.
- Jones, John Paul, -- 1747-1792.
- Moor, John.
- Morris, Robert, -- 1734-1806.
- Thomson, Charles, -- 1729-1824.
- Connecticut. -- Governor (1784-1786 : Griswold)
- Connecticut. -- Governor (1786-1796 : Huntington)
- Fame (Privateer)
- Le Couteulx & Company.
- New York (State). -- Governor (1795-1801 : Jay)
- New York (State). -- Legislature.
- United States. -- Department of Foreign Affairs.
- Counterfeits and counterfeiting.
- Treaty of Paris -- (1763)
- Algeria -- Foreign relations -- United States.
- Connecticut -- Politics and government.
- France -- Foreign relations -- United States.
- Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- United States.
- New York (State) -- Politics and government.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Algeria.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- France.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.