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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS TO
WHICH THE UNITED STATES

HAS BEEN A PARTY,

TOGETHER WITH

APPENDICES CONTAINING THE TREATIES RELATING TO SUCH
ARBITRATIONS, AND HISTORICAL AND LEGAL NOTES ON
OTHER INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS ANCIENT AND
MODERN, AND ON THE DOMESTIC COMMISSIONS

THE UNITED STATES FOR THE ADJUST-
MENT OF INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS.

BY

JOHN BASSETT MOORE,
Hamilton Fish Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, Columbia University,
New York; Associate of the Institute of International Law; sometime Assist-
an! Secretary of State of the United States, author of a work on
Extradilion and Interstate dition, of American

Notes on the Conflict of Laws, etc.

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Printed under the joint resolution of Congress of April 2, 1894.

APPENDIX I.

DOMESTIC COMMISSIONS FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OF

INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS.

Chapter A. French Indemnity: Convention of April 30, 1803.

B. French Indemnity: Convention of July 4, 1831.
C. Indemnity under the Florida Treaty.
D. East and West Florida Claims.
E. The Van Ness Convention.
F. The Danish Indemnity: Convention of March 28, 1830.
G. The Neapolitan Indemnity: Convention of October 14, 1832.
H. The Peruvian Indemnity: Convention of March 17, 1841.
I. The Brazilian Indemnity: Convention of January 27, 1849.
J. The Chinese Indemnity. Convention of November 8, 1858.
K. The Alabama Claims Courts.

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