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Randolph, John
European affairs, criticizes the conduct of Spain in North America, fears that Aaron Burr may have attempted to obtain British aid in his plan to seize Spanish territory in North America to create a new republic, led to infer from Thomas Jefferson's message to Congress that the non-importation law was interfering with negotiations with Great Britain, warns JM to be careful in his correspondence, forwards bill of exchange for his nephew St George Randolph, political affairs in the United
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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