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the laws contained in the volume; and copious notes and references. . . . Corresponding with, and intended as a continuation of, the edition of Bioren & Co. as published by authority of an act of Congress. Washington City, printed and published by Davis & Force, 1822. The subsequent volumes cover periods as follows: vii, March 4, 1821–March 4, 1827; viii, March 4, 1827-March 3, 1833; ix, March 4, 1833-March 3, 1839; x, March 4, 1839-March 3, 1845. Treaties are printed as an appendix in each as follows: vi, pp. 603-773; vii, pp. 609-802; viii, pp. 868-1188; ix, pp. IIoI-1541; x, pp. 791-972. Vol. ix was issued in 2 parts. Vol. x was compiled by Benjamin Brown French (18oo–70). Indexes: In each volume. T. p. of vol. vii says: “ . . . To which is added a general index to all the laws, treaties, and resolutions, passed and ratified since the adoption of the Federal Constitution, to the close ..". nineteenth Congress; prepared under resolution of the House of Representatives.” The reference is to a separate volume, as follows: BURCH, SAMUEL. General index to the laws of the United States of America, March 4th, 1789, to March 3d, 1827, including all treaties entered into between those periods; in which the principles involved in acts for the relief of individuals, or of a private or local nature, are arranged under general heads, to which such principles appropriately belong. Arranged to the edition commenced by Bioren, Duane, and Weightman, 1815, and subsequently continued by Davis & Force, and William A. Davis. Compiled, in pursuance of an order of the House of representatives of the United States, of May 15th, 1824. Washington City, William A. Davis, 1828. 331 pp.
2021a. GoRDON, THOMAS FRANCIS (1787–1860). A digest of the laws of the United States, including an abstract of the judicial decisions relating to the constitutional and statutory law. With notes explanatory and historical. Philadelphia, printed for the author, 1827. xxiv, 884 pp. 23 cm.
2021b. GoRDON, THOMAS FRANCIS. A digest of the laws of the United States, including an abstract of the judicial decisions relating to the constitutional and statutory law. Philadelphia, printed by the author, 1837. x, 894 pp. 23 cm.
2021c. GoRDON, THOMAS FRANCIS. A digest of the laws of the United States including the treaties with foreign powers, and an abstract of the judicial decisions relating to the constitutional and statutory law. With an addenda, comprising the acts of the first and second session of the twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth Congress, 1844–45– 46–47. Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait, & co., 1848. xx, 1176 pp. 23 cm. 2021d. GoRDON, THOMAS FRANCIS. A digest of the laws of the United States including the treaties with foreign powers, and an abstract of the judicial decisions relating to the constitutional and statutory law. Fourth edition. Philadelphia, printed for the author by I. Ashmead, 1851. xxiv, II67 pp. 24 cm. Note: The first part of this book is entitled: Political code. Its book v deals with
“Relations with foreign powers,” and in the 1st and 2d editions book vi is “of Indian relations.” The text is made up of the essential portions of treaties.
2022a. PETERs, RICHARD (1780–1848). The public statutes at large of the United States of America, from the organization of the Government in 1789, down to the present time, arranged in chronological order, with marginal references to the matter of each act and to the subsequent acts on the same subject, and copious notes of the decisions of the courts of the United States which contain interpretations of those acts, and an index to the contents of each volume, and a full general index to the whole work, in the concluding volume; together with the Constitution of the United States, the Declaration of Independence, and the Articles of Confederation prefixed. Boston, Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1845–72. 17 vols. 253 cm. (At head of title: By authority of Congress.) Contents: vii, Treaties between the United States and the Indian tribes; viii, Treaties between the United States of America and foreign nations, from the Declaration of Independence of the United States to 1845; with notes; ix, 1845–59, pp. 815–998; x, 1849-55, pp. 873–1176; xi, 1837–59, pp. 573-749; xii, 1855-63, pp. 927–1235; xiii, 1861–64, pp. 605-729; xiv., 1863–66, pp. 647-809; xv, 1859–68, pp. 1–229; xvi, 1864–70, pp. 707–1123; xvii, 1778–1873, pp. 795—948. Editions: 2d edition: Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1857. 3d edition: Boston, Little, Brown and company, 1867. Single volumes variously reissued. Editors: Peters, Richard (1780–1848), vols. i-viii; Minot, George (1817–58), vols. ix–xi; Sanger, George Partridge (1819–90), vols. xi-xvii. Notes: Title page, vols. ix–xvii, reads: The statutes at large and treaties [- proclamations] of the United States of America, from . . . to . . ., arranged in chronological order; with references to the matter of each act and to the subsequent acts on the same subject. Index: A synoptical index to the laws and treaties of the United States of America from March 4, 1789, to March 3, 1851, with references to the edition of the laws, published by Bioren and Duane, and to the Statutes at Large, published by Little and Brown, under the authority of Congress. Prepared under the direction of the secretary of the Senate. Boston, Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1852. (2), 747 pp. 26 cm. 2022b. The STATUTES AT LARGE of the United States, from December, 1873, to —, and recent treaties, postal conventions, and executive proclamations. Edited, printed, and published under the authority of an act of Congress, and under the direction of the Secretary of State. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1875– . Biennial. 29 cm.
2023. GEBHARDT, ADAM GOTTLOB (1761–1831). Actes et mémoires concernantles négociations qui onteu lieu entre la France et les États
Unis d’Amérique, depuis 1793, jusqu’à la conclusion de la convention de 3o septembre 1800. Londres, J. B. G. Vogel, 1807–16. 3 vols. 18% cm.
2024. SNow, FREEMAN (1841–94). Treaties and topics in American diplomacy. Boston, Boston book company, 1894. vii, 515 pp. 22% cm.
2025a. MACDONALD, WILLIAM (1863- ). Select documents illustrative of the history of the United States, 1776–1861; edited with notes. New York, London, the Macmillan company, 1898. xiii, 465 pp. 20% CIm.
“Bibliographical note,” pp. xi-xiii.
Second edition, 1909.
2025b. MACDONALD, WILLIAM. Select statutes and other documents illustrative of the history of the United States, 1861–1898; edited with notes. New York, London, the Macmillan company, 1903. x, (2), 442 pp. 20% cm.
2026. GARCíA MÉRoU, MARTIN (1862–1905). Historia de la diplomacia Americana. Política internacional de los Estados Unidos. Buenos Aires, Félix Lajouane y ca., 1904. 2 vols. 24 cm.
“Principales obras consultadas,” ii, pp. 453-455. Lista parcial de arbitrajes entre los Estados Unidos y otras potencias (1794– 1896), 11, pp. 463-467.
2027. DAVENPORT, FRANCES GARDINER (1870- ). European treaties bearing on the history of the United States and its dependencies to 1648. Washington, Carnegie institution of Washington, 1917. vi, 387 pp. 253 cm. (Carnegie institution of Washington. Publication no. 254. Papers of the department of historical research).
Notes: “The colonial dependence of the American settlements upon various European governments brings it about . . . that several of the treaties between European governments, and several of the bulls issued by the popes in virtue of their powers of international regulation, are fundamental documents for some of the earlier portions of American history. Other treaties, or individual articles in treaties, of the period before independence, though not of fundamental importance to that history, have affected it in greater or less degree. In the period since the United States became independent . . . not a few of the treaties concluded between European powers have had an influential bearing on the course of their development and their public action. “Taken altogether, therefore, European treaties, and the earlier papal bulls, form an important portion of the original material for American history. . . . In a few cases, as the researches made for this volume have shown, they do not exist in print. . . . In view of these considerations, it was a natural thought, to a department of historical research in an endowed institution, to serve the interests of historical scholars and of libraries by bringing together in one collection [these] treaties and parts of treaties. . . . Of this task, the first-fruits are presented in this volume, extending through the Treaty of Westphalia, 1648. The second volume, embracing treaties from that date to 1713, the date of the Treaties of Utrecht, is in preparation.” – Preface by J. Franklin Jameson, p. iii. “The documents printed in this volume illustrate the diplomatic aspect of the great struggle which, from the fifteenth century onwards, was in progress between the governments of the maritime powers of Europe, over the question of participation in the trade and territorial posession of the newly discovered lands.
“The story which they tell has a dramatic interest, culminating in the diplomatic victory which, in 1648, the Dutch were able to wrest from Spain.” – Introduction,
- 1. p Contents: 1,The bull Romanus pontifex, January 8, 1455; 2, The bull Inter caetera, March 13, 1456; 3, Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Alcaçovas, September 4, 1479; 4, The bull Aeterni Regis, June 21, 1481; 5, The bull Inter caelera, May 3, 1493; 6, The bull Eximiae devotionis, May 3, 1493; 7, The bull Inter caelera, May 4, 1493; 8, The bull Dudum siquidem, September 26, 1493; 9, Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Tordesillas, June 7, 1494; Io, Compact between Spain and Portugal, signed by the Catholic Sovereigns at Madrid, May 7, 1495; 11, The bull Ea quae, January 24, 1506; 12, The bull Praecelsae devotionis, November 3, 1514; 13, Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Vitoria, February 19, 1524; 14, Draft of an unconcluded treaty between Spain and Portugal, 1526; 15, Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Saragossa, April 17, 1529; 16, Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Saragossa, April 22, 1529; 17, Articles concluded i. France and Portugal at Lyons, July 14, 1536; 18, Treaty concluded between France and Spain, at Crépy-en-Laonnois, September 18, 1544; separate article; 19, Articles concluded between Spain and Portugal in 1552; 20, Truce between France and Spain, concluded at Vaucelles, February 5, 1556; separate article; 21, Treaty between France and Spain, concluded at CateauCambrésis, April 3, 1559. Oral agreement concerning the Indies; 22, Treaty between the king of Spain and the Catholic princes of France, con:luded at Joinville, January 16, 1585; 23, League between France, England, and the United Netherlands against Spain. Accession of the United Netherlands, concluded at the Hague, October 31, 1596; 24, Cession of the Netherlands by Philip II of Spain to his daughter, Isabella Clara Eugenia, Madrid, May 6, 1598; 25, Treaty between England and the United Netherlands, concluded at Westminster, August 6/16, 1598; 26, Agreement signed by the king of France at Villers Cotterêts on July 19, 1603, and by the king of England and Scotland at Hampton Court on July 3o/ August 9, 1603; 27, Treaty between Spain and Great Britain, concluded at London, August 18/28, 1604; 28, Truce between Spain and the United Netherlands, concluded at Antwerp, April 9, 1609; 29, Treaty of guaranty between the United Netherlands, France, and Great Britain, concluded at the Hague, June 7/17, 16oo; 30, Treaty of alliance between Denmark and the United Netherlands, concluded at the Hague, May 14, 1621; 31, Recess signed by the commissioners of Denmark and the United Netherlands at Bremen, September 3o/October 10, 1621; 32, Treaty between the United Netherlands and France, concluded at Compiègne, June Io, 1624; 33, Treaty of offensive and defensive alliance between the United Netherlands and Great Britain, concluded at Southampton, September 7/17, 1625; 34, Treaty between Great Britain and France, signed at Susa and London, April 14/24, 1629; 35, Treaty of peace and commerce between Spain and Great Britain, concluded at Madrid, November 5/15, 1630; 36, Treaty concluded between Great Britain and France at St. Germain-en-Laye, March 19/29, 1632; 37, Treaty of alliance between Portugal and France, concluded at Paris, June 1, 1641; 38, Treaty of truce and commerce between Portugal and the United Netherlands, concluded at the Hague, June 12, 1641; 39, Agreement concluded between the governor of Massachusetts and the commissioner of the governor of Acadia, at Boston, October 8, 1644; 40, Treaty between Spain and the United Netherlands, concluded at
Münster, January 30, 1648.
2028a. SPARKs, JARED (1789–1866). The diplomatic correspondence of the American Revolution. Being the letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M. Dumas, and others, concerning the foreign relations of the
United States during the whole revolution; together with the letters in reply from the Secret committee of Congress, and the Secretary of foreign affairs. Also the entire correspondence of the French ministers, Gerard and Luzerne, with Congress. Published under the direction of the President of the United States, from the original manuscripts in the Department of State, conformably to a resolution of Congress of March 27th, 1818. Boston, N. Hale and Gray & Bowen, 1829–30. 12 vols. 22 cm.
Note: This is corrected and superseded by Wharton, infra.
2028b. WHARTON, FRANCIS (1820–89). The revolutionary diplomatic correspondence of the United States. Edited under direction of Congress, with preliminary index, and notes historical and legal. Published in conformity with act of Congress of August 13, 1888. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1889. 6 vols. 233 cm.
REvolution To constitution, 1789
2029a. The DIPLOMATIC CoRRESPONDENCE of the United States of America from the signing of the definitive treaty of peace, Ioth September, 1783, to the adoption of the Constitution, March 4, 1789: being letters of the presidents of Congress, the secretary for foreign affairs, American ministers at foreign courts, foreign ministers near Congress, reports of committees of Congress, and reports of the secretary for foreign affairs on various letters and communications, together with letters from individuals on public affairs. Washington, printed by F. P. Blair, 1833–34. 7 vols. 213 cm.
Contents: i, Correspondence of Elias Boudinot, Thomas Mifflin, Richard Henry Lee, John Jay, Marquis de la Fayette, Thomas Barclay, and others; ii, Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and others; iii—iv, Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, John Jay, C. W. F. Dumas, and others; v, Correspondence of John Adams, William S. Smith, John o and others; vi, Correspondence of John Temple, John Jay, William Carmichael, and others. Spanish correspondence and correspondence with Netherlands; vii, Correspondence of C. W. F. Dumas, John Jay, John Paul Jones, Thomas Jefferson, and others.
2029b. The DIPLOMATIC coRRESPONDENCE of the United States of America, from the signing of the definitive treaty of peace, Ioth September, 1783, to the adoption of the Constitution, March 4, 1789. Being the letters of the presidents of Congress, the secretary for foreign affairs — American ministers at foreign courts, foreign ministers near Congress — reports of committees of Congress, and reports of the secretary for foreign affairs— on various letters and communications; together with letters from individuals on public affairs. Published under the direction of the Secretary of State, from the original manuscripts in the Department of State, conformably to an act of Congress, approved May 5, 1832. City of Washington, Blair & Rives, 1837. 3 vols. 23% cm. 1789–1828
2030a(1). STATE PAPERS and publick documents of the United States from the accession of George Washington to the presidency, exhibit