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1776 Sparks MSS 1779 Sparks Dutch 1780 Bancroft MSS 50 cents 75 cents Adams to Livingston ambassador American cause Amsterdam answer April Armed Neutrality August Beaufort Brieven Britain British Brunswick Capellen CIII Colenbrander commerce contraband convoy court December December 25 declared Dumas Dutch Republic Dutch vessels empress England English envoy Eustatia February France Franklin French Geschiedenis Graaf Grand Pensionary Hague History of Holland Holland and Westfriesland ibid island January John Adams Joseph Yorke king letter loan LXXII March March 18 Maryland memorial merchants minister naval munitions navigation Negapatam negotiations Netherlands November November 26 October Paris Patriottentijd peace plenipotentiaries powers President of Congress Prince of Orange Prussia and Holland regarding Republic Rodney Rodney's Secret Resolution sent September ships Sir Joseph Yorke Spain Sparks Dutch Papers stadtholder Thulemeier to Frederick tion trade United Prov United Provinces Vauguyon Vergennes West Indies Wharton Yorke to Stormont Yorke to Suffolk Yorke's
Page xiii - BUTLER. 25 cents. VIII. Notes on the Literature of Charities. By HERBERT B. ADAMS. 25 cents. IX. Predictions of Hamilton and De Tocqueville. By JAMES BRYCE. 25 cents. X. The Study of History in England and Scotland, By P.
Page xiv - P. THOMAS. 25 cents. III. Colonial Origins of New England Senates. By FL RILEY. 50 cents. IV-V. Servitude in the Colony of North Carolina.
Page xiii - HOSMER. 35 cents. V-VI. Taxation in the United States. By HENRY CARTER ADAMS. 50 cents. VII.
Page 88 - ... proposing to procure great sums, if he might be employed for that purpose, and the business taken away from the house that had commenced it. His terms at first were very extravagant, such as that all the estates real and personal in the Thirteen Provinces should be mortgaged to him; that a fifth part of the capital sum borrowed should every year, for five years, be laid out in commodities, and sent to Holland, consigned to him, to remain in his hands till the term (ten years) stipulated for final...
Page 52 - VIII, 576). Still, in a letter dated October 27, 1776, and sent from the Danish island of St. Croix to Vice-Admiral Young, it is said of an American schooner, which had departed two days before with a small cargo of powder: " But my astonishment was great to find such a Commerce countenanced by the Government here. The vessel went out under American Colours, saluted the Fort and had the compliment returned the same as if she had been an English or Danish ship " (Letter of October 27, 1776, in Bancroft...
Page xv - SCHMECKEDIER. 75 cents. VI. The Labadist Colony in Maryland. By BB JAMES. 50 cents. VII-VIII. History of Slavery in North Carolina. By JS BASSETT. 75 cents.
Page xiii - Tithingmen in America. By HB ADAMS. 50 cents. V. Local Government in Michigan and the Northwest. By EW BEMIS.
Page 73 - I told him that my French commission not having been found among my papers since the loss of the Bon Homme Richard, I feared it had gone to the bottom in that ship ; but that, if it was really lost, it would be an easy matter to procure a duplicate of it from France. The commandant appeared to be very uneasy and anxious for my departure. I have told him, that as there are eight of the enemy's ships laying wait for me at the south entrance, and four more at the north entrance of the port, I was unable...