It is uncertain when the family will leave Liverpool, as Mrs. Jay
(Augusta) has declined in health. Thanks him for the "Tribune." It contains much that is
disgraceful and ominous to our country. Feels abashed when men in Englan...
Mrs. Jay's health varies, and it is uncertain when they will sail for
America. Their friends in England increase in number. In yesterday's London Star was an"
admirable leader" about Sumner; the paper is a liberal one and frien...
Suggests that correspondence in the Austrian archives might be copied by
the U.S. Government State Department. Much of value has been gathered from state paper
offices in London, Paris and The Hague, and Vienna now offers a cor...
Is pleased that his answer respecting the Baron de Berlin de Berthoff was
satisfactory. Hopes prompt measures will be taken to procure copies of correspondence
found in the Austrian archives which relate to the early history of...
Replies to an inquiry of Winsor concerning the papers of his grandfather
John Jay. Describes history of Jay papers as they have passed through family. "After my
grandfather's death they were carefully revised by his sons and a ...