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Voyage to France. — Arrives at Nantes. — Proceeds to Paris, and
takes up bis Residence at Passy. - His Reception in France. -
Influence of his Name and Character. - Pictures, Busts, and Prints
of him. — Interview with Count de Vergennes. Money obtained
from the French Court, and Military Supplies sent to the United
States. -- Contract with the Farmers-General. — Franklin disap-
proves the Policy of seeking Alliances with the European Powers.