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263. ALEXANDER OF RUSSIA, Neutral Rights and.—[continued].

The events of Europe
come to us so late, and so suspiciously, that
observations on them would certainly be stale,
and possibly wide of their actual state. From
their general aspect, however, I collect that
your Majesty's interposition in them has been
disinterested and generous, and having in view
only the general good of the great European
family. When you shall proceed to the pacification
which is to reestablish peace and commerce,
the same dispositions of mind will lead
you to think of the general intercourse of
nations, and to make that provision for its


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future maintenance which, in times past, it has
so much needed.—
To The Emperor of Russia. Washington ed. v, 8. Ford ed., viii, 439.
(W. April. 1806)