|Author||Tanguy de la Boissière, C. C., d. 1799. |
|Title||Observations on the dispatch written the 16th. January 1797, by Mr. Pickering, Secratary [!] of State of the United States of America, to Mr. Pinkney [!] minister plenipotentiary of the United States [!] near the French republic. By C.C. Tanguy de la Boissière. Translated from the French by Samuel Chandler. |
|Published||Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Moreau de Saint-Mery, book-seller and printer, corner of Front and Walnut streets, 1797. |
|Description||50 p. ; 22 cm. |
|General Note||Vignette, head piece. |
Pickering's "dispatch" of January 16, 1797, is one of the documents accompanying the President's message of January 19, 1797, concerning relations with France. Reprinted as a separate pamphlet, New York, 1797, with title: Letter from the Secretary of State to Charles C. Pinckney, esq. ... Another edition has imprint, Richmond: T. Nicholson 
|Subjects||France -- Foreign relations -- United States. |
Imprints, Early -- American -- To 1820.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1789-1797.
United States -- Foreign relations -- France.
United States. Dept. of State. Letter from the Secretary of State to Charles C. Pinckney ...
|Other Authors||Chandler, Samuel. |
|LC Card Number||19-13281|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: Pam. T753|
mq223543: Pamphlets, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]