Some articles on van braam, van:
... the embassy's return to Guangzhou in March 1795, van Braam was unable to find a ship bound for the Netherlands and chose to board a ship to ... Van Braam's arrival in the city attracted a lot of attention and he published an account of his journey, which he dedicated to George Washington ... Van Braam decided to stay in the area and settled in Bristol outside the city ...
... van Braam ... toward Ciliwung river bank, during the era of Pieter Gerardus van Overstraten as Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, and completed in 1804 ... The mansion of van Braam was bought due because of a need for the Dutch government to centralize power ...
... Van Braam brought this message to Washington, who agreed to these basic terms ... down Villier's surrender terms and then gave them to Van Braam, who in turn gave them to Washington ... Washington, who could not read French, had Van Braam translate it for him, and in the document it said that Jumonville had been "assassinated" ...
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