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volume is added, containing a General Index to the whole collection. . . . “Thus the earliest date to which a regular series of Parliamentary Papers is traceable is 1715. But there are, no doubt, in various libraries throughout the kingdom earlier papers printed in a detached form, which had passed out of the custody of the House itself, before the date at which the first collection of Reports was ordered to be

made. . . . Before 1800, House of Commons Papers, and not Command Papers, made up by far the greatest part of the Parliamentary Papers.

“A General Index to the Parliamentary Papers of 1801–52 was issued in 1853, and a General Index for 1852–99 in 1909.”— Note by Austin Smyth, Librarian to the House of Commons, in Margaret I. Adam’s “Guide to the principal Parliamentary Papers relating to the Dominions, 1812–1911,” pp. v-viii.

1112. JoNES, HILDA VERNON. Catalogue of Parliamentary Papers, 1801–1900, with a few of earlier date. London, P. S. King & son,

[1904]. vii, (1), 317 pp. 30 cm. 1113. Jones, HILDA VERNON. Catalogue of Parliamentary Papers, 1901–1910: being a supplement to Catalogue of Parliamentary Papers, 1801–1900. London, P. S. King & son, [1912]. (6), 81 pp. 3o4 cm.

1114. FoREIGN OFFICE. The official correspondence between Great Britain and France, on the subject of the late negotiation; with His Majesty's declaration. To which is prefixed, the preliminary and definitive treaties of peace; with an appendix, containing Colonel Sebastiani's Report to the first consul. 3d ed. London, printed for J. Ginger, 1803. (4), 159, xlv. pp. 22 cm. Sebastiani, Horace, Comte, 1772–1851.

1115. TREATIES and correspondence presented by His Majesty's command to both houses of Parliament, 28th January, 1806, and 3d and 4th February, 1806. London, A. Strahan, 1809. 16mo.

1116. For EIGN OFFICE. Papers presented to Parliament in 1813. London, printed by R. G. Clarke, [1813?]. 830, xxi. pp. 21 cm.

Contains conventions signed with European powers in 1813.

HISTORICAL

1117. ARLINGTON, HENRY BENNET, IST EARL OF (1618–88). The right honourable the earl of Arlington's letters to Sir W. Temple, bar., from July 1665, being the first of his employments abroad, to September 1670, when he was recall’d. Giving a perfect and exact account of the treaties of Munster, Breda, Aix la Chapelle, and the Triple Alliance. Together with the particular instructions to Sir William Temple, the earl of Carlingford, and Mr. Van Beuningen, with other papers relating to those treaties, as also a particular relation of the death of Madam, by a person of quality then actually upon the spot.

All printed from the originals and never before published. By Tho. Bebrington. London, Tho. Bennet, 1701. 2 vols. Portr. 18% cm.

Note: Vol. ii has this additional title: “containing a compleat collection of his lordship's letters to Sir Richard Fanshaw, the earl of Sandwich, the earl of Sunderland, and Sir William Godolphin, during their respective embassies in Spain, from 1664 to 1674, as also to Sir Robert Southwel in Portugal.”

A French translation in 24mo was issued in 17or under the following title:

Lettres du comte d’Arlington au chevalier Temple, contenant une relation exacte des traités de l'Evêque de Munster, de Breda, d'Aix la Chapelle & de la Triple Alliance, avec les instructions données audit chev. Temple, au comte de Carlingford, & a monst. van Beuningen, & d'autres papiers par rapport particulière de la mort de madame, écrite en cinq lettres par une personne de qualité présente à sa mort. Le tout tiré des originaux qui n'avoient jamais été publiez. Utrecht, Guillaume van de Water.

1118. BASTIDE, JEAN FRANÇois DE. An historical memorial of the negotiation of France and England, from the 26th of March, 1761, to the 20th of September of the same year, with the vouchers. Translated from the French original, published at Paris by authority. London, D. Wilson, and T. Becket, and P. A. Dehondt, 1761. 64 pp. 26 cm.

1119. A BRIEF HISTORY of the war and treaties in which England has been engaged from the restoration of King Charles II to the present time. With a sketch of the causes of the French revolution, and of the motives which led to the war between the confederate princes and the French nation. London, G. G. and J. Robinson, 1796. 62, (1) pp. 2I Crn.

1120. BERGENROTH, GUSTAv ADOLF (1813–69), and others. Calendar of letters, despatches, and state papers, relating to the negotiations between England and Spain, preserved in the Archives at Simancas, and elsewhere. London, Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts [etc.], 1862–1916. 11 vols. in 18. 273 cm. (Rolls series.) Contents: i. 1485–1509; ii, 1509–25; iii, 1525-29; iv., 1529–33; v, 1534–42; vi, 1542–43; vii, 1544; viii, 1545–46; ix, 1547-49; x, 1550–52; xi, 1553. Editors: i-ii, Gustav Adolf Bergenroth; iii-vii, Pascual de Gayangos (1809–97); viii—ix, Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1847–1910); ix–xi, Royall Tyler.

1121. BROWN, RAWDON (1803–83), and others. Calendar of state papers and manuscripts, relating to English affairs, existing in the archives and collections of Venice and in other libraries of Northern Italy. London, Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green [etc.], 1864–1916. 21 vols in 22. 27} cm. (Rolls series.)

Contents: 1202–1629.
Editors: i-vii, Rawdon Brown; viii-xii, Horatio Forbes Brown; xiii-xxi, Allen

B. Hinds.
SPECIAL TOPICS
NAVAL

fir 22. EDMUNDS, HENRY. Extracts from the several treaties subsisting between Great Britain and other kingdoms and states, of such articles and clauses as relate to the duty and conduct of the commanders of the king of Great Britain's ships of war . . . London, 1741. xxiv, 264 pp. 4to. Wide Catalogue of the British Museum, England, col. 297.

fi I.23. EDMUNDs, HENRY. Extracts from the several treaties subsisting between Great Britain and other kingdoms and states, of such articles and clauses as relate to the duty and conduct of the commanders of His Majesty's ships of war. 3d ed. London, 1758. (3), xxxii,

290 pp. 8vo.
Library of the Department of State.

1124. A compleAT CollectION of all the articles and clauses which relate to the marine, in the several treaties now subsisting between Great Britain, and other kingdoms and states. To which is prefixed a preface, or introductory discourse [by Dr. Edmonds]: shewing the true force, extent, design, and meaning, of the principal articles in each treaty. London, printed for H. Whitridge, 1760. lvi, iii-xxxii, 295 pp. 21% cm.

Note: “The Lords of the Admiralty have taken care to print them for [the use of the Commanders in the Royal Navy from time to time, with such Alterations and Additions as were made by succeeding Treaties. But these Copies in Quarto are reserved solely for the Use of such Commanders, and distributed to them alone, exclusive of all other Persons whatever. It was presumed, therefore, that an Edition of them, reduced, as this is, to an easy Price, would be no unacceptable present to the Publick.” — Preface, p. iii.

1125. GoSTLING, GEORGE. Extracts from the treaties between Great-Britain and other kingdoms and states of such articles as relate to the duty and conduct of the commanders of His Majesty's ships of war. London, 1792. (4), lx, 379 pp. Front. 30% cm. Note: “The last publication of this kind was in 1758.”—Dedication.

II 26. A COLLECTION of state papers, relative to the war against France now carrying on by Great-Britain and the several other European powers, containing authentic copies of treaties, conventions, proclamations, manifestoes, declarations, memorials, remonstrances, official letters, parliamentary papers, London Gazette accounts of the war, &c., &c., &c. Many of which have never before been published in England. London, printed for J. Debrett, 1794–99. 7 vols. 22} cm.

Note: Vol. iii is in 2 pts. There is no vol. iv. The publication seems to have been continued until 1802, with II vols. published.

TREATY-MAKING PARTS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Dominion of Canada

1127a. MEMOIRES des commissaires de Sa Majesté très-chrétienne et de ceux de Sa Majesté brittannique, sur les possessions et les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amérique; avec les actes publics et pièces justificatives. Coppenhague, J. B. Ackermann, 1755. 2 vols. in 3. Map. 16 cm.

1127b. THE MEMORIALs of the English and French commissaries. London, 1755. 2 vols. Map. 26 cm.

Contents : i, Concerning the limits of Nova Scotia or Acadia; ii, Concerning St.
Lucia.
Note: Part in French and part in both French and English versions.

1128. MÉMOIREs des commissaires du roi et de ceux de Sa Majesté britannique sur les possessions et les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amérique; avec les actes publics et pièces justificatives. Paris, Imprimerie royale, 1755-57. 4 vols. Map. 25 cm. Contents : i, Mémoires sur l'Acadie et sur l'isle de Sainte-Lucie (1755); ii, Traités et actes publics concernant l'Amérique en général, et les pièces justificatives des Mémoires sur les limites de l'Acadie (1755); iii, Pièces justificatives concernant la propriété de l'isle de Sainte-Lucie (1755); iv, Derniers mémoires sur l'Acadie, et un mémoire des commissaires du roi sur l'isle de Tabago (1757).

1129. MÉMOIRES des commissaires du roi et de ceux de Sa Majesté britannique sur les possessions et les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amérique; avec les actes publics et pièces justificatives. Paris, Imprimerie royale, 1756. 6 vols. Map. 17 cm.

Contents : i, Mémoires sur l'Acadie; ii, Mémoires sur l'isle de Sainte-Lucie; iii, Traités et actes publics concernant l'Amérique en général; iv, v, Pièces justifica

tives des Mémoires sur les limites de l'Acadie; vi, Pièces justificatives concernant la propriété de l'isle de Sainte-Lucie.

II3o. CAPITULATIONS and extracts of treaties relating to Canada; with His Majesty's proclamation of 1763, establishing the government of Quebec. Capitulations et extraits des traités concernant le Canada ; avec la proclamation de Sa Majesté, de 1763, qui établit le gouvernement de Quebec. (In Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc. A collection of the acts passed in the Parliament of Great Britain and of other public acts relative to Canada. Quebec, 18oo. Pp. (1)-41.) English and French on opposite pages.

1131. MoRRIs, ALExANDER. The treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-West Territories, including the negotiations on which they are based, and other information relating thereto. Toronto, William & Williamson, [188o]. 375 pp. 18 cm. Contents : 1811-77.

1132. THWAITES, REUBEN GoLD (1853-1913). The Jesuit relations and allied documents. Travels and explorations of the Jesuit missionaries in New France, 161o-1791. The original French, Latin, and Italian texts, with English translations and notes; illustrated by portraits, maps, and facsimiles. Cleveland, the Burrows Brothers co., 1896-19oI. 73 vols. 233 cm.

Index : vols. lxxii-lxxiii.

f1133. ORDERS in council of the imperial government, together with treaties negotiated between Her Majesty the Queen and foreign powers. Ottawa, Samuel Edward Dawson, 1899. 8vo.

1134. TREATIES and agreements affecting Canada in force between His Majesty and the United States of America, with subsidiary documents. 1814-1913. Compiled under the direction of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Borden, S. C. M. G., secretary of state for external affairs. Ottawa, J. de L. Taché, 1915. 3o1 pp. 25# cm.

Ceylon

1135. NYPELs, GEORGE. Hoe Nederland Ceilon verloor. 's Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, 19o8. viii, 167 pp. Map. 253 cm. Contents: i, Inleiding; ii, De brieven van Willem V uit Kew; iii-iv, De vermeestering van Ceilon door de Engelschen; v-vii, Ceilon bij de vredesonderhandelingen te Parijs in 1796 en te Rijssel in 1797, bij de voorloopige vredesonderhandelingen te Londen in 18o1, bij de vredesonderhandelingen te Amiens in 18o1 en 18o2. Bijlagen. Note: “Contient pour la première fois une histoire suivie des actions des Anglais contre l'ile de Ceylon, qui aboutirent à la cession de cette ile par les Hollandais lors du traité d'Amiens. Avec pluisieurs documents à l'appui.” - Nijhoff, Catalogue 384.

Egypt, Protectorate of

f1136a. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Négociations relatives à la réforme judiciaire en Egypte. Janvier 1875. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1875. (4), 236 pp. 33 cm.

f1136b. DoCUMENTI diplomatici concernenti la riforma giudiziaria in Egitto presentati dal ministro degli affari esteri (Visconti-Venosta) nella tornata del 26 gennaio 1875. S. l., 1875. 265 pp. 293 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Sessione del 1874-75 - XII legislatura. Camera dei deputati. No. 63.)

17 agosto 1867-1o febbraio 1875.

f1137. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Négociations relatives à la réforme judiciaire en Egypte. Novembre 1875. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1875. 35 pp. 314 cm.

f1138a. DoCUMENTI diplomatici concernenti gli affari di Egitto presentati dal presidente del consiglio, ministro degli affari esteri (Depretis), nella tornata del 2 luglio 1879. S. l., 1879. xv, 637 pp. 263 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Sessione del 1878-79. XIII legislatura. Camera dei deputati. No. xliii.) 22 dicembre 1875-27 giugno 1879.

1138b. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte [28 janvier 1878-1 décembre 1879]. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 188o. 384 pp. 32 cm.

1139. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1880-1881. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1881. (8), 16o pp. 313 cm.

6 janvier-3o août 188o.

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