Message of the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress. June 21st, 1798.

Gerry, Elbridge.

Publication Date: 1798
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Correspondence between Elbridge Gerry and French minister Talleyrand. 8vo. 8 pp. Evans 34825; ESTC W26016. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Message of the President of the United ...
Publication Date: 1798
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Book Description [Philadelphia:, 1798. 8pp, caption title [as issued]. Bound in modern marbled wrappers, mild foxing, Very Good. President Adams says, "I will never send another Minister to France, without assurances, that he will be received, respected and honored, as the representative of a great, free, powerful, and Independent Nation." He provides the correspondence from Secretary of State Pickering, with the latter's instructions to our envoys Marshall, Gerry, and Pinckney: "In no event is a treaty to be purchased with money, by loan or otherwise. A loan to the Republic would violate our neutrality: and a douceur to the men now in power might by their successors be urged as a reason for annulling the treaty, or as a precedent for further and repeated demands." Evans 34825. NAIP w026016 [9]. Bookseller Inventory # 31994

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Adams, John: [XYZ Affair]:
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Book Description [Philadelphia. 1798]., 1798. 8pp. Dbd. Small marginal tear to fore-edge of final leaf. Very good. Untrimmed. In a message regarding the XYZ Affair, with attached correspondence, President Adams states to Congress that he, "Will never send another Minister to France, without assurances, that he will be received, respected and honored, as the representative of a great, free, powerful, and Independent Nation. The letters related to the episode include correspondence from Secretary of State Timothy Pickering, with his instructions to the envoys to France (John Marshall, Elbridge Gerry, and Thomas Pinckney), warning them that, "In no event is a treaty to be purchased with money, by loan or otherwise. A loan to the Republic would violate our neutrality: and a douceur to the men now in power might by their successors be urged as a reason for annulling the treaty, or as a precedent for further repeated demands." The message also contains letters between Gerry and Talleyrand. EVANS 34825. Bookseller Inventory # WRCAM 52571

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