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[Diary entry: 8 May 1798] [Diaries 6:296]+

From Major General William Heath, 23 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:114]+

From Major General Nathanael Greene, 5 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:223]

To John Hancock, 11 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:281]

From Major General William Heath, 21 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:399]

From Major General William Heath, 5 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:254]+

To Brigadier General James Mitchell Varnum, 6 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:533]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 19 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:210]+

From Emmanuel de Pliarne, 28 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:298]+

To John Hancock, 9 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:371]+

To Colonel Malmedy, 16 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:443]

To Richard Henry Lee, 17 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:454]

General Orders, 19 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:468]+

From Brigadier General Henry Knox, 5 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:613]+

From Major General Nathanael Greene, 25 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:622]

From William Gordon, 23 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:141]+

To Silas Deane, 25 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:165]+

From Henry Laurens, 31 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:210]

From Major General William Heath, 6 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:260]+

From Silas Deane, 12 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:296]

From Major General Lafayette, 25–26 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:372]

From Baron de Knobelauch, 2 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:476]+

From Richard Henry Lee, 5 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:268]+

From Henry Laurens, 10 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:330]+

General Orders, 15 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:1]+

From Colonel Armand, 20 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:36]

From Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh, 12 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:460]

To Major Benjamin Tallmadge, 21 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:563]

From Brigadier General Edward Hand, 31 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:668]

From Colonel Daniel Brodhead, 17 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:104]

To John Jay, 23 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:175]

From Thomas Johnson, 23 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:179]

To David Humphreys, 16 March 1791 [Presidential Series 7:583]

From Alexander Hamilton, 11 April 1792 [Presidential Series 10:254]+

From Henry, Count de Nassau, 28 August 1792 [Presidential Series 11:51]

From Isaac Mansfield, 19 September 1792 [Presidential Series 11:131]+

To Andrew Ellicott, 20 October 1792 [Presidential Series 11:242]+

To Samuel McDowell, Sr., 20 October 1792 [Presidential Series 11:244]+

To Gouverneur Morris, 1 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:1]+

From Edward Newenham, 12 September 1793 [Presidential Series 14:76]

From Anonymous, 1793 [Presidential Series 14:681]

From John Jay, 21 July 1794 [Presidential Series 16:400]

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– letters from [3 references]

– abandons Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– abolition of monarchy in [1 reference]

– accounts of wars of [3 references]

– activities in West Indies [4 references]

– agents of in U.S. [2 references]

– agriculture in [1 reference]

– aid to Nova Scotia [1 reference]

– Alexander Hamilton's views on [1 reference]

– alliances against [1 reference]

– alliance with United States [71 references]

– allied cooperation [1 reference]

– ambassador to [1 reference]

– ambassador to U.S. [2 references]

– American agent to [4 references]

– American commissioners at [2 references]

– American commissioners to [30 references]

– American representatives in [4 references]

– American ships to [2 references]

– Americans in [4 references]

– and Algiers [1 reference]

– and American fashions [2 references]

– and American independence [2 references]

– and American trade [1 reference]

– and American shipbuilding [1 reference]

– and Benjamin Franklin [2 references]

– and Bermuda food supplies [1 reference]

– and British public opinion [1 reference]

– and Canadian expedition [9 references]

– and capture of British ship [1 reference]

– and Civil Constitution of the Clergy [1 reference]

– and claims of John Paul Jones [1 reference]

– and Convention of Kloster Zeven [2 references]

– and coup d'état of 18 Fructidor [4 references]

– and decree of 2 Mar. 1797 [1 reference]

– and decree of 23 Oct. 1797 [2 references]

– and engagements with Virginia troops [2 references]

– and English sheep [1 reference]

– and European affairs [11 references]

– and European war [13 references]

– and extradition conventions [1 reference]

– and gift for diplomats [1 reference]

– and Great Britain [3 references]

– and Grenada [1 reference]

– and Indians [25 references]

– and Indian affairs [3 references]

– and military strategy [1 reference]

– and minister to U.S. [1 reference]

– and national weights and measures [1 reference]

– and Nootka Sound controversy [1 reference]

– and packet service to U.S. [1 reference]

– and proposed expedition against Canada [3 references]

– and Puerto Rico [1 reference]

– and purchase of American debt [1 reference]

– and Quasi-War with U.S. [1 reference]

– and relief of Saint Domingue refugees [2 references]

– and religion [3 references]

– and Revolutionary War aid to U.S. [1 reference]

– and rights of free blacks [1 reference]

– and Royal Artillery Corps [1 reference]

– and Saint Domingue [15 references]

– and sale of U.S. debt [1 reference]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [4 references]

– and Spanish colonies [2 references]

– and speculation in American lands [1 reference]

– and the Ottoman Empire [1 reference]

– and transportation of refugees [1 reference]

– and U.S. loans [5 references]

– and U.S. relations with Algiers [1 reference]

– Anglomania in [1 reference]

– applicants for office from [2 references]

– appointment of U.S. chargé d'affaires [2 references]

– appoints minister to U.S. [3 references]

– armaments used by army [2 references]

– arms and ammunition from [11 references]

– army of [8 references]

– arrivals from [1 reference]

– artillery and military stores from [3 references]

– artillery improvements in [1 reference]

– as destination [3 references]

– as health resort [3 references]

– asked to assist U.S. negotiations with Spain [1 reference]

– as purchaser of American tobacco and cotton [1 reference]

– Assembly of Notables [2 references]

– assignats in [1 reference]

– attack on troops of [3 references]

– attitudes toward U.S. [2 references]

– attitude toward war [2 references]

– at war with Great Britain [14 references]

– Benjamin Franklin arrives at [4 references]

– bills of freight from [1 reference]

– bounty on exports of [1 reference]

– Braddock campaign [5 subentries]

– British attack on Ticonderoga [3 references]

– British blockade of [2 references]

– British expedition against French coast [4 references]

– British expedition against Louisburg [7 references]

– British newspapers sent from [1 reference]

– calendar [2 references]

– Canadian relations [1 reference]

– captured French instructions [2 references]

– captured vessels taken to [1 reference]

– captures merchant ships [5 references]

– celebrates Bastille Day [2 references]

– changes in government [1 reference]

– chivalric tradition in [1 reference]

– claims of U.S. citizens against [4 references]

– clothing and military supplies from [17 references]

– colonial policy of [1 reference]

– colonies of [5 references]

– Comité de Salut Public (Committee of Public Safety) [3 references + 2 subentries]

– comments on affairs in [8 references]

– commercial policy with U.S. [2 references]

– commercial relations with U.S. [13 references]

– commissioners in [2 references]

– commissioners sent to the U.S. [2 references]

– condemnation of [2 references]

– condition of and developments in [24 references]

– constitution of [6 references]

– consular appointments in [1 reference]

– consular convention with U.S. [10 references]

– consul general to U.S. [1 reference]

– consuls in U.S. [2 references]

– consuls of [3 references]

– consuls to U.S. [30 references]

– Continental vessels fitted at [1 reference]

– corps of engineers [4 references]

– Court [4 references]

– court of [1 reference]

– criticizes Gouverneur Morris [2 references]

– criticizes William Short [1 reference]

– currency in [1 reference]

– death of dauphin [2 references]

– debt due from U.S. [3 references]

– debt due to officers of [3 references]

– declarations of war by [3 references]

– declaration of war against [5 references]

– declarations to French-Americans [1 reference]

– deportations to [1 reference]

– depreciation of currency in [1 reference]

– detention of suspect persons in [2 references]

– diplomatic officials [5 references]

– dispatches to captured [1 reference]

– during French and Indian War [3 references]

– duties of [2 references]

– economy of [1 reference]

– effect of wars on U.S. [2 references]

– effects of revolution in [1 reference]

– elections in [2 references]

– emigrants from [13 references]

– emigrés [14 references + 1 subentry]

– encroachment in Ohio country [2 references]

– engineers from [14 references]

– enlistment of men for filibustering expeditions [4 references]

– Estates General [1 reference]

– exchange of flags (1795) [1 reference]

– exchanges prisoners [9 references]

– expeditionary force [1 reference]

– exports of wine from [1 reference]

– famine in [3 references]

– Fauchet affair [1 reference]

– favored by Republican party [1 reference]

– finances of [1 reference]

– financial conditions in [1 reference]

– fine arts in [1 reference]

– first invasion of Ohio country [1 reference]

– foreign affairs of [5 references]

– fort at Presque Isle [1 reference]

– Fort Necessity campaign [7 subentries]

– Franco-American trade [6 references]

– Freemasonry in [1 reference]

– free ports [6 references + 1 subentry]

– Frenchmen detained [1 reference]

– French muskets [2 references]

– French officers [12 references]

– French settlers [4 references]

– functions of representatives to U.S. [1 reference]

– Gouverneur Morris's views on [7 references]

– grain trade in [1 reference]

– grape cultivation [1 reference]

– guardian for royal children [1 reference]

– gunpowder from [1 reference]

– GW's comments on [1 reference]

– GW's portraits in [1 reference]

– GW's reputation in [1 reference]

– GW's suspicions of [1 reference]

– GW's views on [2 references]

– GW's views on assistance from [5 references]

– GW's views on trade with [1 reference]

– hopes for intervention of [1 reference]

– hospital for French forces [2 references]

– immigration from [7 references]

– importation of American flour [1 reference]

– imports from [7 references]

– in French and Indian War [1 reference]

– intelligence from [1 reference]

– internal affairs [8 references]

– internal politics [6 references]

– invades Hanover [1 reference]

– invalids travel to [1 reference]

– invasion of [2 references]

– island possessions of [1 reference]

– its views of America [1 reference]

– Jacobins [1 reference]

– king of [2 references]

– Lafayette returns to [3 references]

– letter from National Assembly to GW [1 reference]

– loans from [1 reference]

– loses Canadian islands [1 reference]

– Louisburg falls [1 reference]

– lucerne seed imported from [1 reference]

– mail from [1 reference]

– maneuvers in West Indies [5 references]

– manufacturing in [1 reference]

– medals struck in [1 reference]

– merchants in Virginia [1 reference]

– military affairs in [8 references]

– military forces of [1 reference]

– military history [11 references]

– military stores from [6 references]

– military strategy and tactics of [2 references]

– military supplies from [15 references]

– minister to the United States of [10 references]

– monarchical sentiment in [1 reference]

– Montreal and all New France surrender [1 reference]

– moral character of [1 reference]

– Morocco [1 reference]

– National Assembly [2 references + 3 subentries]

– National Convention [8 references + 10 subentries]

– naval and merchant fleet in U.S. waters [8 references]

– naval blockade of [1 reference]

– naval forces during Revolutionary War [1 reference]

– navy of [4 references]

– negotiations for military aid [3 references]

– negotiations with Algiers [1 reference]

– news from [4 references]

– objection to Russian mercenaries [1 reference]

– officers captured by GW [1 reference]

– officers from [89 references + 1 subentry]

– officers of [3 references]

– official from [1 reference]

– opens colonial ports to American shipping [1 reference]

– opinion of William Howe in [1 reference]

– opposition in U.S. to [1 reference]

– order of supplies from [1 reference]

– passports issued by [1 reference]

– pay of artillerists in [2 references]

– peace negotiations [1 reference]

– plan for corps of volunteers from [2 references]

– policy of [28 references]

– political conditions in [1 reference]

– political developments [2 references]

– political events in [14 references]

– political leaders in [1 reference]

– politics in [22 references]

– popular opinion on [4 references]

– Portugal [2 references]

– possible intervention of [1 reference]

– possible threat to British [1 reference]

– prisoner exchanges [1 reference]

– privateer attacks British ship [1 reference]

– prize vessels to [1 reference]

– proposed blockade by French navy [1 reference]

– prospect of war with Great Britain [14 references]

– prospects of entry into war [6 references]

– Provisional Executive Council [1 reference + 4 subentries]

– public opinion in [3 references]

– public opinion in Great Britain about [1 reference]

– public opinion on [5 references]

– Quasi-War with U.S. [2 references]

– recall of British ambassador to [1 reference]

– recall of Edmond Genet [2 references]

– recruitment of Revolutionary War officers in [1 reference]

– reinforcements from [1 reference]

– relations with [11 subentries]

– religion in [5 references]

– religious policies of [1 reference]

– replacement for Jefferson in [1 reference]

– report of developments in [1 reference]

– reports on French troops [2 references]

– reports on movements of troops [1 reference]

– restrictions on trade with [1 reference]

– return of émigrés to [1 reference]

– revolts against government of [1 reference]

– royalty [2 references]

– rumored proclamations of [1 reference]

– rumors concerning peace negotiations [1 reference]

– rumors of war with Great Britain [12 references]

– scarcity of blankets in [1 reference]

– seeks naval intelligence [1 reference]

– sends agents abroad [1 reference]

– ship arrivals from [5 references]

– ships built in [1 reference]

– ships from [6 references]

– ships in American waters [1 reference]

– ships of [2 references]

– ships taken by British [1 reference]

– ships to [1 reference]

– shortages in [1 reference]

– Silas Deane's recall from [1 reference]

– soldiers of [1 reference]

– Spain [5 subentries]

– Spanish relations [2 references]

– Spanish troops in [1 reference]

– strike at West Indies conjectured [1 reference]

– subscriptions for John Trumbull's paintings in [1 reference]

– supplies from [7 references]

– supply of American uniforms [1 reference]

– supply scarcities in [1 reference]

– support of American cause [6 references]

– support of American Revolution [1 reference]

– support in Ireland for [1 reference]

– support in U.S. for [1 reference]

– surrenders forts [3 references]

– surrenders Guadeloupe and Martinique [1 reference]

– surrenders to Great Britain [1 reference]

– takes hostages at Fort Necessity [1 reference]

– taxes in [1 reference]

– Thomas Conway's return to [2 references]

– tobacco contract [3 references]

– to be drubbed [1 reference]

– trade embargo of [1 reference]

– trade with U.S. [3 references]

– translators for French language [1 reference]

– travelers to [4 references]

– treatment of Jews in [1 reference]

– Treaty of Amity and Commerce with [4 references]

– treaty with U.S. [5 references]

– trials of seized American ships in [1 reference]

– troops defeat Major Grant [2 references]

– troops in West Indies [6 references]

– U.S. commercial relations with [3 references]

– U.S. consular convention with [2 references]

– U.S. consuls in [4 references]

– U.S. debt to [65 references]

– U.S. minister to [28 references]

– U.S. public opinion about [23 references]

– U.S. relations with [10 references]

– U.S. trade with colonies of [1 reference]

– Vendean revolt in [1 reference]

– vessel captured by Americans [1 reference]

– vessels and stores from [55 references]

– vessels captured [2 references]

– vessels sail for [3 references]

– view of American cause in [4 references]

– views on government of [1 reference]

– Virginian journeys from [1 reference]

– visit from French naval squadron [2 references]

– volunteer officers [19 references + 4 subentries]

– volunteers from [18 references]

– war declared on [1 reference]

– wars of [25 references]

See Also

See also French army

See also French navy

See also French Revolution

See also Privateers

See also Treaty of Amity and Commerce (with France; 1778)

See also XYZ affair