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II.

30. Sept. 13.

15.

16.
Oct, 16.

Lodges at hotel d'Orleans, rue Richelieu.
At Passy, conferring with Franklin.
At Paris.

Lodges at hotel d’Orleans, rue Petits Augustins.
Commissioners hold first conference at Passy.

Sends Notes on Virginia to press.
At Versailles, with commissioners, to meet Vergennes.

Commissioners meet British Minister.
Hires hotel Tête-bout, cul-de-sac Tête-bout.
Purchases copying letter press.
Elected by Congress French Minister,
Notes on Virginia completed.

Audience at French court.
At Saunois.
At Paris.

Signs Prussian Treaty.
Negotiations with Vergennes, concerning tobacco mon-

opoly.
Rents hotel du Count de Langeac, Grille de Chaillot.
Youngest daughter, Lucy Elizabeth, dies in Virginia.
Secures privileges for American whale oil.
Holds conference with Vergennes on commerce.

Dec. 9.

1785.-Mar. 10.

May 11.

17.
June 20.

July 28.
Aug.

Oct. 17.

Nov.

Dec. 9.

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ITINERARY AND CHRONOLOGY OF

II.

22.

10.

1786.- Jan. 18. Obtains designs for Virginia capitol.

24. Prepares notes for Meusnier.
Feb.

Aids John Ledyard.
Mch. 5. Leaves Paris.

At Calais.
At London.

Presented to King, Windsor.
Has interview with Tripolitan Ambassador.

Negotiates treaty with Portugal.
26. Prepares with Adams projet of treaty with Great Britain.
Apl. 1-9. At Chiswick, Richmond, Twickenham, Woburn, Hamp-

ton Court, Paynes Hill, Cobham, Weybridge, Wo-
burn, Cavorsham, Reading, Wotton, Buckingham,
Banbury, Stowe, Buckingham, Stratford, Hockley,
Birmingham, Stourbridge, Bromsgrove, Worcester,
Winchcomb, Moreton, Eynston, Woodstock, Oxford,

High Wycombe.
At London.

Signs treaty with Portugal.

Portrait painted by Mather Brown.
26. Leaves London.

At Dartford, Rochester, Canterbury, Dover.
29. At Calais, St. Omer, Royes, Bourgel.
May 1. At Paris.

23. Suggests treaty against Barbary states.
June 22. Corrects article of Meusnier.
Sept.

Rents hotel corner Champs Elysées and rue Neuve de

Berry.
4. Fractures wrist.

13. Answers queries of Soulé's.
Oct. 22 Prepares map of Virginia.

Made an LL.D. (Yale).
Dec. 16 Act for Religious Freedom passed by Virginia Assembly.

Dec. 26 Notes on Virginia translated into French by Morellet. 1787.-Jan. 4. Makes proposition to British creditors.

Attends audience of Montmorin.

At Sens and Vermanton. 4. At Lucy le bois, Cussy les forges, Rouvray, Maison

neuve, Vitteaux, La Chalieure, Pont de Paris, and

Dijon.
7-8. At la Boraque and Chagny.
9. At Chalons, Sennecy, Tournus, St. Albin, and Macon.
At Maison blanche, St. George, Chateau de Laye-Epinaye,

and Lyons.
15-18. At St. Fond and Mornas.

Feb. 27.
Mch. 3.

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