Being the letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M. De Lafayette, M. Dumas, and others, concerning the foreign relations of the United States during the whole revolution; together with the letters in reply from the secret committee of congress, and the secretary of foreign affairs. also, the entire correspondence of the french ministers, Gerard and Luzerne, with congress.
Desires the passing of laws corresponding to the thirteenth Article of the treaty of commerce.
To George Washington. Philadelphia, November 6th, 1782, 134
The enemy are supplied with provisions by Americans.
To Count de Dillon, Governor of St Christopher's. Philadelphia, November 8th, 1782, 135
Affair of the Lætitia.
To Sir Guy Carleton. Philadelphia, November 9th, 1782, 135
Enclosing resolutions of Congress relative to Captain Asgill.
To Sir Guy Carleton. Philadelphia, November 9th, 1782, 137
Requesting him to permit the exchange of M. de la Touche.
To George Washington. Philadelphia, November 12th, 1782, 137
Apology for corresponding with General Carleton.
George Washington to Captain Asgill. Head Quarters, November 13th, 1782, 138
Enclosing the resolution of Congress relative to him.
George Washington to M. de la Luzerne. Head Quarters, November 13th, 1782, 139
Regrets that he is unable to pr