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giugno/7 luglio 1895, 7 dicembre 1898, 1° giugno 1899, 16 aprile 19o1, per delimitare sul terreno, il confine eritreo-sudanese da Ras Casar all'Atbara stabilito nel protocollo italo-britannico del 15 aprile 1891. B. Trattato italo-etiopico 1o luglio 19oo per la delimitazione fra Eritrea ed Etiopia. . . . Seduta del 1o dicembre 19o2. Roma, Tip. della Camera dei deputati, 19o2. 11 pp. 2 maps. 283 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XXI – Seconda sessione 19o2. Camera dei deputati. N. xv (Documenti).)

tr322f. DocUMENTI diplomatici presentati al Parlamento italiano dal ministro degli affari esteri (Di San Giuliano). Somalia italiana settentrionale. Seduta del 3o gennaio 19o6. Roma, Tip. della Camera dei deputati, 19o6. 128 pp. Map. 284 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XXII – Sessione 19o4-o6. Camera dei deputati. N. xxviii. (Documenti.))

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1323a. DocUMENTI diplomatici presentati al Parlamento italiano dal ministro degli affari esteri (Scialoja). Accordi italo-francesi (19oo19o2). Presentati alla presidenza della Camera il 2 gennaio 1920. 4 pp. Cover title. 283 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XXV – Sessione 1919-2o. Camera dei deputati. N. vi (Documenti).

Cf. No. 937, supra.

1323b. RoUARD DE CARD, EDGARD (1853- ). Accords secrets entre la France et l'Italie concernantle Maroc et la Lybie. Paris, A. Pedone, J. Gamber, 1921. 51 pp. Map. 24 cm.

PORTIONS OF KINGDOM
FLORENCE

f1324. ARIAS, GINO (1879- ). I Trattati commerciali della repubblica fiorentina. Opera vincitrice del premio della fondazione Villari pel triennio 19oI-19o3 e del premio Vittorio Emmanuele II per l'anno 19oo. Firenze, Successori le Monnier, 19oI. xxii, 523 pp. 183 cm.

Contents: Parte prima: Storia esterna, pp. 1-151; Parte seconda: Storia interna: Sezione prima, Le rappresaglie, pp. 153-268; sezione seconda, I trattati annonari

e la legislazione annonaria, pp. 269-329; sezione terza, I trattati commerciali di corattere finanziario, pp. 331-358; sezione quarta, La procedura commerciale,

pp. 359-368; Documenti, pp. 369-514.

LIGURIA

1325. VIGNA, AMEDEo (1825- ). Codice diplomatico della colonie Tauro-Liguri durante la signoria dell'ufficio di S. Giorgio (MCCCCLIIIMCCCCLXXv). Genova, Tip. del R. I. de' Sordo-muti, 1868-79. 3 vols. 283 cm. (Atti della Società ligure di storia patria. vi, vii, parte 1, 2.)

PARMA

f1326. SAMMLUNG der unter der Regierung Ihrer Majestàt der Herzogin von Parma 1815-1822 abgeschlossenen Staatsverträge.

Note: “Eine in der Bibliothek desk. u. k. Ministeriums des Ausserns aufbewahrte, in einem Bande vereinigte, aber nicht fortlaufend paginierte Sammlung von Einzeldrucken.” – Bittner, Verzeichnis, ii, p. xxxiv.

SAVOY

1327. GUICHENON, SAMUEL. Histoire généalogique de la royale maison de Savoye. Justifiée par titres, fondations de monastères, manuscripts, anciens monuments, histoires, et autres preuves autentiques. Enrichie de plusieurs portraits, seaux, monnoyes, sepultures, et armoiries. Lyon, Guillaume Barbier, 166o; Turin, Jean Michel Briolo, 178o. 4 vols. 4o? cm.

Contents: iii-iv, contenant preuves.

VENICE

1328. ALBÈRI, EUGENIO (18o9-78). Relazioni degli ambasciatori Veneti al senato durante il secolo decimosestol, raccolte, annotate, ed edite da Eugenio Albèri. Firenze, insegna di Clio, 1839-63. 15 vols. 23 cm. Contents: Serie 1°, Relazioni degli stati europei tranne l'Italia; Serie 2°, Relazioni d'Italia; Serie 3°, Relazioni degli stati Ottomani; Appendice. 1329. BASCHET, ARMAND (1829-86). La diplomatie vénitienne. Les princes de l'Europe au XVI° siècle. François Io, Philippe II, Catherine de Médicis, les papes, les sultans, etc., etc., d'après les rapports des ambassadeurs vénitiens. Paris, Henri Plon, 1862. (6), 616 pp. Facsimiles. 23 cm.

133o. BASCHET, ARMAND (1829-86). Les archives de Venise. Histoire de la chancellerie secrète. Le sénat, le cabinet des ministres, le conseil des dix, et les inquisiteurs d'état dans leurs rapports avec la France, d'après des recherches faites aux sources originales pour servir à l'étude de l'histoire de la politique et de la diplomatie. Paris, Henri Plon, 187o. (12), 7o8 pp. 24 cm.

ITEBU.o JACK JACQUEs.o
– May 28, 1888 (treaty of Vide GREAT JACK.
non-cession of territory JACK LAHOU."
with Great Britain).

IVORY BAY.” i 1 3 AFFERABAD. " Tows. Vide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire - of India.

JACK AND PICANINNY, GUINEA.” JACKs-JACKs and HALF-JACKS, JAio. GUINEA.o Vide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire – April 2o, 1852 (recognition of India. of sovereignty of France). JAMBI.

JAPAN, EMPIRE OF *, *, * March 31, 1854 (treaty of peace and amity with United States)–

COLLECTIONS

1331. HoFFMANN, JoHANN Joseph (1805–78). The Japanese treaties concluded at Jedo in 1858 with the Netherlands, Russia, Great Britain, the United States, and France. Fac-simile of the Japanese text. The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff, 1862. 27 X 20 cm. Note: Title page in Japanese, also in German. Text Japanese only.

fr332. TREATIES and conventions between the Empire of Japan and other powers. Compiled by the Foreign Office. Yokohama, 1871. Cf. A tentative list of treaty collections, p. 6o.

fr333. TREATIES and conventions concluded between the Empire of Japan and foreign nations, 1854–1874. Tokio, 1874.

1334. TREATIES and conventions between the Empire of Japan and other powers, together with universal conventions, regulations, and communications, since March, 1854. Tokio, “Kokubunsha” printing office, 1884–89. 2 vols. 264 cm.

Contents: Vol. ii, English and Japanese texts.
Index: Synoptical index, vol. i.

1335. TREATIES and conventions between the Empire of Japan and other powers. (Accompanied by a comparative table of the revised treaties of Japan.) Tokio, Z. P. Maruya & co., 1889. 4to.

1336. MATSUDAIRA, YoFIKADzu, MARQUIs (1867- ). Die völkerrechtlichen Verträge des Kaiserthums Japan in wirthschaftlicher, rechtlicher, und politischer Bedeutung. Stuttgart, Leipzig, Berlin, Wien, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1890. xv, 527 pp. 23% cm.

1337. TREATIES and conventions between the Empire of Japan and other powers. Compiled by the Foreign Office. Tokio, Z. P. Maruya & co., 1899. 2 vols. 264 cm.

1338. TRAITÉS et conventions entre l'empire du Japon et les puissances étrangères. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Tokyo, Z. P. Maruya & ci", 1908–12. 2 vols. 26% cm.

Contents: Première partie: Traités set arrangements entre le Japon et les pays étrangers]. Supplément: Les conventions, notes diplomatiques, etc., qui sont publiées . . . pendant l'impression de ce Recueil, pp. i-xxi at end. Appendix: Customs tariff law, pp. i-iv and 1–49 at end. Note: “Les Ordonnances Impériales, Décrets et Notifications ministeriels qui ont trait à l'échange ou au dépôt de ratifications des Traités ou des Conventions Internationales, ou a leur promulgation ne sont pas insérés.” – Préface, p. i. “Les Traités, Conventions, et Arrangements en langue chinoise et leurs traductions en langue japonaise forment un volume à part.”—Préface, p. ii. This second volume has Japanese title page: Gai-tei Jöyaku Isan. Gai-mu-shö.

SPECIAL TOPICS

1339. HERTSLET, EDWARD, SIR (1824–1902). Treaties and tariffs regulating the trade between Great Britain and foreign nations; and extracts of treaties between foreign powers, containing most-favourednation clauses applicable to Great Britain. Japan. In force on the 1st April, 1879. London, Butterworth's, 1879. iv, 289 pp. 26 cm. Contents: 1854–78.

Note: Part vi of series with above title. fr34o. [PROTOCOLS, in Japanese, English, and French versions, of conference of the Japanese and foreign governments relative to the revision of the stipulations of existing treaties between Japan and foreign powers.] S. l., s. a. 17 parts. Protocols of meetings of 25 January to 27 July, 1882.

Department of State, List, Old series, no. 8, 11. 1341a. CoRRESPONDENCE regarding the negotiations between Japan and Russia (1903–1904). Presented to the imperial Diet, March, 1904. [Tokio, 1904.] (4), iii, 36 pp. 32 cm. (At head of title: Translation.) “Explanatory speech of the minister of state for foreign affairs,” pp. iii-xii.

1341b. CoRRESPONDENCE regarding the negotiations between Japan and Russia. (1903–1904.) Presented to the imperial Diet, March, 1904. [Washington, Gibson brothers, 1904.] xii, 59 pp. 23 cm. (At head of title: Translation.)

fr342. TRAITÉs de paix entre le Japon et la Russie. 1867–1902. Tokio, 1905. 28 pp. fi343a. PROTOCOLES de la conférence de paix entre le Japon et la Russie [ä Portsmouth, N. H., août-septembre 1905. Tokio? 1906). (2), 89 pp. 35 cm. fr343b. PROTocols of the peace conference between Japan and Rus

sia (at Portsmouth, N. H., August–September 1905. Tokior 1906), (2), 85 pp. 35 cm. (At head of title: Translation.)

KOREA (CHOSEN)

1344. TREATIES, regulations, etc., between Corea and other powers, 1876–1889. Published by order of the Inspector general of customs. Shanghai, Kelly, 1891. Maps. 4to. (China. Imperial maritime customs. III. Miscellaneous series: No. 19.) Note: Korean, Japanese, and Russian texts, with English translation.

1345. TREATIES and conventions between Corea and other powers. [Tokior Foreign office, 1905.] 204 pp. Contents: Austria-Hungary. — Belgium. – China. – Denmark. – France.— Germany. — Great Britain. — Italy. — United States.

1346. Occupation of Korea. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in response to a Senate resolution of February 21, 1916, a report from the Secretary of State submitting copies of certain correspondence had between the official representatives of the United States and the representatives of Korea relative to the occupation of Korea. [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1916.] 21 pp. 233 cm. (64th Cong, 1st sess., Sen. Doc. no. 342.) Caption title.

1347. CHUNG, HENRY. Korean treaties. New York, H. S. Nichols, 1919. xii, 226 pp. 23 cm. Contents: Austria-Hungary, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Great

Britain, Italy, United States, Japan.

JEKERI.” Wide BENIN. JEswunt RAo Hol.KAR.' JHANSI. Wide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire of India. JHULLAwu R (JHALAWAR)." Wide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire of India. JIBBELIHSAN (JEBEL HUSSAN)." – January 23, 1863 (engagement with Akrabi, noncession except to Great Britain). JOASMEE." JOHANNA.” — April 21, 1886 (treaties of protection with France). JoHORE." Wide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire of India. Jolo.” Wide SULU. Joudpoor." Joug RIVER,” Wide also SHERBR0. JOURAT AL KAMRA." JUMMU." Wide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire of India. JUNAGHUR.' Wide GREAT BRITAIN, Empire of India. JUSSELMERE." JYNTAH." KABITAYE, SENEGAL." – January 30, 1885 (protect

orate treaty in favor of France). KABUL.” " KACONGo.” — September 29, 1883 (treaty of Portugueseprotectorate); October 1, 1883 (Portuguese deeds of possession). KAFFU BULLOMs." KAFIR CHIEFS." Vide CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. KAHé.” — June 21, 1885 (treaty of cession with German East Africa Company). KALAHARI.” — September 30, 1885 (proclamation of British protection). KALOOM." KAMBIA." KAMERA, SENEGAL.” KAMERUN.” KAMPAMA, CENTRAL AFRICA.” — December 15, 1891 (treaty of cession of sovereign rights to Great Britain). KANABAK." Vide CAGNABAC. KANDAHAR.* KANGA, CENTRAL AFRICA.” — July 12, 1893 (treaty of cession of sovereign rights to Great Britain). KANHABAR.' Vide CAMHABAR. KASHGAR.”

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