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To the President of Congress. 11 July, 1781. . .
Efforts to restore the Credit of the United States. - Ne
cessity of foreign Aid. To Robert Morris. 26 July. . . . . . . To Robert Morris. 26 July. . . . . . .
Disposition of the Moneys raised in France. — American
Banker in Paris.
Expects little Aid from Holland.
Congress refuse to accept Dr. Franklin's Resignation.
Means of doing much Good with little Money.
Concerning the Payment of Bills drawn by Congress on
their Ministers in Europe. To the President of Congress. 13 September. . .
Interview with Count de Vergennes. — Appointed One of
the Commissioners for negotiating Peace.
Loss of Dr. Franklin's Papers. — Galloway.
Friends and Enemies.
Commission for negotiating Peace.
Relative to General Burgoyne and Mr. Laurens.
Mr. Livingston appointed Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
American Prisoners in England. - Proposed Mediation not
Relative to a Claim of Relationship with Dr. Franklin.