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Monroe, James
France's displeasure with the treaty between the United States and Great Britain is increasing, trying to persuade the French that the treaty does not infringe upon French-American treaty obligations, has written to George Washington to inform him that a letter Washington wrote to Gouverneur Morris has been intercepted by the French and has caused an increase in anti-American feeling
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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