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Hague, 3 oth Femaire, fourth year of the
French Republic, one and indivisible.
liberty—equ ALITY-FRATENITY.
To Citizen Quarles, Secretary of their High
Mightinoses.
Citizen,
The minister of the French republic
has the honour to solicit you to inform
their High Mightinesses of the real satis-
facticm with which the executive direc-
tory of the French Republic have learn-
ed the resolution taken by the States
General, on the 24th of November, for
the formation of a national convention.
A resolution of such importance cer-
tainly demanded to be taken into the
most mature deliberation, and to be dis-
coffed with wisdom; and delay is not
to be held a matter of reproach, when
the question to be determined upon re:
lates to the faithful re-union of equal
rights and interests, and to the placing
upon these foundations the glory and
happiness of a nation.
But there is a term, beyond which

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