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Rufus King papers, 1782-1830.

Author: Rufus KingJohn Quincy AdamsElbridge GerryJames C MountflorenceWillam Vans MurrayAll authors
Publisher: 1782-1830.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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United States foreign relations as shown in letters and dispatches received by Rufus King during his tenure as American minister in London.

Communications from the United States Department of State regarding negotiations with Great Britain, conflicts between the United States and France, including hostilities in the West Indies, and financial transactions with English and Dutch banks.

Confidential letters written from the Hague, Berlin, Lisbon, and Paris by American diplomatic representatives.

Correspondents include John Quincy Adams, Elbridge Gerry, James C. Mountflorence, William Vans Murray, Timothy Pickering, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, William Loughton Smith, Charles Talleyrand, and others.

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Genre/Form: Dispatches
Letters (correspondence)
Professional papers
Archives
History
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Named Person: Rufus King; Rufus King
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Rufus King; John Quincy Adams; Elbridge Gerry; James C Mountflorence; Willam Vans Murray; Timothy Pickering; Charles Cotesworth Pinckney; William Loughton Smith; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, prince de Bénévent; United States. Department of State.
OCLC Number: 122551700
Notes: This collection is not to be confused with the published correspondence of Rufus King, edited by Charles R. King, 1894-1900.
Description: 599 pieces 9 boxes
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Abstract:

United States foreign relations as shown in letters and dispatches received by Rufus King during his tenure as American minister in London.

Communications from the United States Department of State regarding negotiations with Great Britain, conflicts between the United States and France, including hostilities in the West Indies, and financial transactions with English and Dutch banks.

Confidential letters written from the Hague, Berlin, Lisbon, and Paris by American diplomatic representatives.

Correspondents include John Quincy Adams, Elbridge Gerry, James C. Mountflorence, William Vans Murray, Timothy Pickering, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, William Loughton Smith, Charles Talleyrand, and others.

Originals and contemporary copies.

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