The Papers of James Monroe, Volume 3: Selected Correspondence and Papers, 1794-1796

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This volume covers the start of James Monroe's tenure as U.S. minister to France, commencing with his appointment in May 1794 and running through March 1796, a year before his return home. Consisting mainly of Monroe's correspondence with the U.S. and French governments, and with fellow American diplomats, the documents in this volume shed much light on the controversy surrounding the Jay Treaty and on Monroe's efforts to secure the release of two famous prisoners--Thomas Paine, author of "Common Sense," and Madame ...

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