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Notes Concerning the Conduct of the French Minister

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PublicationSyrett, Harold C., ed. The Papers of Alexander Hamilton. 27 Vols. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961-87. (no image)
Document Information
Date August 2, 1793
Author Name Alexander Hamilton (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name [not available]
Summary Hamilton cites eleven examples of the improrieties of Citizen Genet while in the United States.
Document Format Draft Document
Document Notes The doucument is in the handwriting of Hamilton.
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Related Persons/Groups Cabinet; Thomas Jefferson; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Knox; Edmund Randolph; Vatel; the President [Washington]; Mr. Dallas; ;
Related Places Philadelphia, Seat of Government; ;
Keywords discussion of points in controversy; fitting out privateers; general law of nations; enlistment of our citizens; improper exercise of consular jurisdiction; principles of france; [Genet's] conduct in regard to these points; impropriety of what was done at Charleston; contravention of these expectations; matters of right; opinion of this government; national discussion; Privateers "Citizen Genet' and "Sans Culottes"'; "Little Democrat': offensive style of his communications; excessive pretensions of the Vice Consuls; President of a political society; Society of Friends of Liberty & Equality; conduct of his Secretary, Mr. Pascal; impropriety of a privileged person; ;
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