Treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America : conditionally ratified by the Senate of the United States, at Philadelphia, June 24, 1795 : to which is annexed a copious appendix

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Corporate Author: Great Britain
Contributors: Curtius., Dallas, Alexander James, 1759-1817.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Philadelphia : Printed by Lang & Ustick, for Mathew Carey ..., Nov. 2, 1795.
Edition:Second edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • ... alliance, eventual and defensive, between France and the United States, February 6th, 1778
  • Definitive treaty btween Great Britain and the United States, September 3d, 1783
  • Constitution of the United States
  • Amendments ...
  • Curtius's Vindication of Mr. Jay's treaty ...
  • Features of Mr. Jay's treaty
  • View of the commerce of the United States, ast is stands at present, and as it is fixed by Mr. Jay's treaty
  • Resolutions of the citizens of Boston, July 13, 1795
  • The President's reply
  • Address of the citizens of Portsmouth, N.H., July 17, 1795
  • Resolutions of the citizens of New-York, July 20, 1765
  • Memorial of the citizens of Philadelphia, July 25, 1795
  • The President's reply
  • Report of the Charleston committee, July 19, 1795
  • Resolutions of the justices and aldermen of Norfolk, July 11, 1795
  • Resolutions of the citizens of Baltimore, July 27, 1795
  • New-Jersey petition
  • Resolutions of the citizens of Trenton, July 29, 1795
  • Resolutions of the citizens of Flemington, N.J., July 23, 1795
  • Resolutions of the New-York chamber of commerce, July 21, 1795
  • The President's reply
  • Observations on the extent of the President's power with respect to treaties
  • British proclamation, November 6, 1793
  • Same January 1794
  • Lord Dorchester's reply to the Indians, Feb. 10, 1794
  • Commercial resolutions moved for by Mr. Madison, in the House of Representatives of the United States, January 3, 1794
  • Mr. Dayton's resolutions for the sequestration of British property
  • Resolution moved for by Mr. Abraham Clarke, for suspending the intercourse with Britain
  • Explanation of the actual situation of Mr. Jay's t