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Madison, James
Thomas Jefferson regrets that they have not been as successful as they had hoped in negotiations with Great Britain, Jefferson resents British maritime conduct, Congress and the president will not accept any treaty with Great Britain that does not address the problem of impressment of American sailors, objections to the treaty with Great Britain, further instructions for their negotiations, possible effects of change in British ministry on the negotiations
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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