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LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL BOOKS REFERRED TO,

IN THIS COMPILATION, Adams's Correspondence

Martens's Law of Nations American Annual Register

Martens's Manuel Diplomatique Athenian Letters

Martens's Traités de l'Europe Barbeyrac's l'Histoire des Anciens Traitez Memoires touchant les Ambassadeurs British Parliamentary Reports

Niles's Register British Customs [Hume's, and Pope's] Official Documents published at Bogota, British and Foreign State Papers

Rio de Janerio, Buenos-Ayres, Lima &c. Blackstone's Commentaries

Puffendorff Burlemaqui

Rush's Memoranda Burleigh's (Lord) State Papers

Résultats des Traités, par Arnould Bynkershoeck

Recueil Alphab. des Droits des Traites Cambden's Britannia

Rutherford's Institutes Chalmers's Treaties

Reports [Pennsylvania) Clarendon's (Lord] Life

Reports of Congressional Doc.'ts fr. 1818 to 1834

Bee Coke's (Lord) Institutes

Binney Corps Univ. Diplom. du Droits des Gens Caines Cours de Style Diplomatique,parH.Meisel Cranch Diplomatic Correspondence; by Sparks

Dallas from 1776 to 1784

Day Diplomatic Correspondence from the Trea Gallison ty of Peace the 10th September 1783 to

Johnson March 4 1789

Massachusetts Torm Reports Don Onis's Memoir

Peters Fisheries and the Mississippi, by J. Q. Washington Adams

Wheaton Finnet's Punctillios for Foreign Ambass. Yeates Franklin's Works

Story's Commentaries Grotius

Stapleton's Life of Canning Hawkins's Pleas of the Crown

Somer's (Lord] Tracts Hertslett's Treaties

Sully's Memoirs John Jay, Life of

Thurloe's (Lord) State Papers Jefferson's Writings

Ward's Law of Nations Jenkinson's Treaties

Warden's Consular Establishments Kent's Commentaries

Wait's State Papers, from 1789 to 1818 Laws of the United States

Vattel's Law of Nations Life of Arthur Lee

Vera's Parfait Ambassadeur Lyman's Diplomacy

Wicquefort

TABLE of the Negotiators, showing where their Names are affixed to the Treaties. Adams, John, vol. i, pages 59, Ellsworth, Oliver, i. 105 Nesselrode, i. 294, 304, 446, 158, 166, 230, 332, 244, 354, Fagel, H., ii. 167, 168

546. ii. 171, 178, 181, 183,188 Adams, J. Q., i, 130, 132, Fernando, king of Spain, i, 430 Nelson, John, i. 551 275, 279, 326, 428 Ferronaye, ii. 188

Niederstetter, Ludwig, i. 388 Aberdeen, ii. 151

Fickenstein, C. Wm. i. 376 Onis, Louis de, i. 428 Adair, Robert, ii. 209

Fitz Herbert, Alleyne, i. 231 Orloff, Count Alexis, ii. 215,217 Adams, William, i, 275, 279 Fleurieu, C. P. C, i. 105 Oswald, Richard, i. 230 Addington, Henry U., i. 308, Franklin, Benjamin, i. 65, 59 Pahlen, Count Jr., ii, 215, 217 319, 330, 332

189, 192, 230, 241 302, 350 Palmella, ii. 181, 183 Aguirre, M. M. de, ii. 237 Francis, Emp'r Austria, ii, 179 Palmerston, ii. 220 Alman, Lucas, ii. 108

Gambier, James Lord, i. 279 Parish, Woodbine, ii, 241 Alexander, Emp. Russ. ii. 199 Gallatin, Albert, i. 275, 279, Peace, prince of, i. 408 Alexis, de Noailles, ii. 183 283, 308, 319, 330, 332 28.3 Pederson, Peter, i. 452 Alegretesis, Marchis, ii. 190 Garcia, Man). J., ii. 241 Periera, Jose C., ii. 254 Alvarez, J. d'Olivera, ii. 254 Gerard, C. P., i. 65

Philip, Gustave, i. 189, 192 Alvensleben, R. B., i. 376 Gildemeister, ii. 251

Pickering, Timothy, i. 264 Anderson, R. C. ii. 39, Gordon, Robert, ii. 247 Pinckney, Thomas, i. 408 Appleton, J. J., i. 223 Goulbourn, H., i. 275, 279, 283 Pinckney, Chas., i. 414 Aracaty, M. de, ii

. 77, 254 Grant, Charles, i. 319, 330, 332 Poinsett, li. 114 Arquedas, Juan B., ií. 237 Grenville, Baron, (W, Wind- Polignac, ii. 155, 7, 177, 178 Barlow, Joel, i. 500

ham) i. 260, 266

Poletica, i. 446 ji. 171, 4. Bagot, Charles, i. 294

Grimaldi, El. Marq. ii. 145 Porter, David, i. 521 Baker, A. St. J. j, 280 Gnal, Pedro, ii. 39, 232, 233 Principe, de la Paz, i. 408 Bassano, Duke de, ii 152 Guido, Thomas, ij. 254 Queluz, Mar. de, ii. 247, 251 Balcarce, Juan R., ii, 254 Guillaume, Ch., i. 376 Rasoumoffsky, ii. 183 Bayard, James A., i. 275 Hamilton, I. P. ii. 232 Rhoederer, P. L. i. 105 Benevent, de Prince, ii, 151 Hardenberg, ii. 183

Richelieu, îi. 152
Berthier, Alexander, iii. 197 Hartley, David, i. 241

Rives, Wm. C., i. 528
Bernstet, ii, 179
Hatzfeldt, ii. 188

Robinson, F.J., i. 279, 283 Bonaparte, i. 107

Hawkesbury, Lord C. (Robert, Rossi, Count, ii: 201 Bonaparte, Joseph, i 105 Banks Jenkinson,} i. 268 Rumpff, V. i. 468 Bourke, Edw'd, ji. 164 Heap, S. D. i. 518

Rush, Richard, i. 283 Bleiswyk, P. V. i. 159, 167 Humboldt, ii.

181, 183 Russel, Jonathan, i. 207, 275 Buchanan, James, i. 517 Humphreys, D. i. 483, 484 Saldanha, ii. 181, 183 Butler, A., ii. 108, 116 Huskisson, William, ii. 155 Santheuvel, B.V.D.1.159,167 Butler, James, ii. 159

192, 204, 228

San Carlos M. el Duque de, ii. Camacho, S., ij. 114, 228 Jay, John, i. 230, 241, 260 Schimmelmann, E. H., i 458 Campbell, Patrick, ii. 232 Jefferson, Th's, i. 83, 354, 479 Schonemberg, ii. 189, 196 Campo, Del. Ch. ii. 196 King, Rufus, i. 266, 268 Sebastiani, Horace, i. 529 Canas, Antonio Jose, ij. 65 Kuffeler, V. Joan, i. 159, 167 Seyd, M.E.V. Effendi ii. 209 Canning, G., ii. 155, 192, 204 Labrador, Gomez, ii. 181 Shaler William, i. 489, 495 Canning, Stratford, ii. 174 Lages, Conde de, ji. 251 Sieveking, C. ii. 251 Capodistrias, Count, i. 284 Laurens, Henry, i. 230, Silveira, A. de Gama, ii. 183 Caraman, ii. 188 Lear, Tobias, i. 506

Souza, Mello e Alvim, ii. 77 Carmarthen, ii. 196 Lebzeltern, ii. 188

Stackelberg, ii. 183 Carpio, Miguel del, ii. 237 Lederer, Baron de, i. 534 Stenfell, F. ii. 207 Cassaro, Prince of, i, 551 Lee, Arthur; i. 59, 65

Stemann, i. 458 Castelcicala, ij. 200

Leopoldo, Vict. de S. ii. 247 Stewart, Chas, ii. 151,181, Castlereagh, ii. 151, 152, 168, Lira, Juan A., ii. 231

Talley rand, i. 207 ii 181, 183,220 181, 186, 200,

Livingston, R. R. i. 114, 118,124 Tatischeff, ii. 188
Cathcart, J. L., i. 514 Liven, ii. 177, 178, 188, 220 Thornton, Ed. ji. 164
Cathcart, ii. 151, 183
Lobo, ij. 181

Thulemier, F. G.de,i. 354
Cevallos Pedro, i, 414 Lopez, Jose M., i. 237 Tjassens, H. i. 159, 167
Chateaubriand, ii. 188 Lowenhielm, ii. 181

Tudor, W. ii. 77 Chauncey, Isaac, i. 489, 495 Maceyo, Marq. de, ii. 247 Urquijo M. Luis de, ii. 107 Choiseul, ii. 145

Manchester, ii. 145, 146 Van Buren, M., i. 534 Clancarty, ii. 171, 183, 201 Mangino, Rafael, ii. 108 Van Dedem, F.G., i. 159, 167 Clay, Henry, i. 452, 275, 279 Marbo is, B’be, i. 114, 118, 124 VanHeeckeren,D.J., 1.159,167 i. 388, 452, 458 ii. 64. Maret, H. B., i. 107

Van Kuffeler, Joan Colquhoun, James, ii. 204 Marsan, Mar. de St., ii. 201 VanLynden, W.H., 6.159,167 Creutz, G. P. de Matozewic, ii, 220

Van Maanen, ii. 171 Curce, C. H., i. 376

Mendez, P. Briceno, ii. 233 Van Randioyck, Geo. i. 159,167 D'Alberg, ii. 181

Metternich, ii. 179,181,183,86,88 Vans Murray, Wm., i. 105 Davies, W. R., 105

Methuen, Paul, ii. 189, 190 Vergennes, Gravier de, i. 158 Deane, Silas, i. 65

Middleton, Heury, i. 294, 446 ii. 165, 147 De Cetto, ii. 220

Mirza, H. Sheffi, ii. 206 Velasco, J.M. de, ii. 237 Decatur, Commodore, i, 489

B. Caiquam, ii. 206 Wellington, ii. 152, 186, 188 DiebitschZabalkansky, ii.215,217 Montmorin, L. C. de, i. 83 Wellesley, H., ii. 196 Donaldson, Joseph, i. 483 Monroe, J. i. 114, 118, 124 Wessenberg, ii. 183, 186 Dudley, ii. 177, 178

Morner, Count de, i. 207 |Werther, ii. 192 Eaton, William, i. 514 Morier, James, ii. 206, 228 Wetterstedt G. Count de, i. 223 Ellis, Henry, ii. 206

Nagel, A. W. C., ii. 171 Wheaton, Henry, i. 458 Engerstroem, Count de, i. 207 Neuville, Hyde de, i. 130, 132 William Fred.K.of Prus. ii. 177 Esteva, J. Y., ü. 114 Nedjib, Effendi, i. 521 William King Netherl'ds, i. 329

For the Names of Diplomatic Agents, in the FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE, see the five last pages of the Index to the Second Volume.

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Chronology (Diplomatic) from 1326 to 1933, furnishing Dates of Treaties, Conven-
tions, &c. ...

1
Ministers of the United States, abroad, for 1834, .

22
Consuls of the United States, abroad,

22
Commissioners under the Convention with France, of 10th July, 1832,

24
Commissioners under the Treaty with the Two Sicilies, of 14th October, 1832,

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Ministers, &c. of Foreign Powers, near the United States, .

24
Presidents, Secretaries of States, and Diplomatic Agents, since the Federal Con-
stitution went into Operation, in 1789,.

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Table du Chiffre, Martens ..
Declaration of Independence of the United States of America,

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Federal Constitution of the United States of America, ...

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ALGIERS.
1. Of peace and amity, of the 5th of September, 1795; negotiated at Algiers, by

Joseph Donaldson, junior, under an appointment from David Humphreys,
commissioner plenipotentiary of the United States. Ratified on the 2d of March,
1796. Annulled by war.

479
Art. 1. Firm and sincere peace and amity...

ib
2. Free trade with Algiers-Duties–Naval and military stores may be sold duty fiee.... ib
3. Vessels and effects to pass free .......

ib
4. Visit of American merchantmen by Algerine ships of war-Amern ships of war meet-

ing Alg'e cruizers, &c—Ships, the property of citizens only entitled to passports&c. 480
5. Persons not to be taken out of American vessels, &c.

ib
6. Stranded vessels to receive assistance-Goods wrecked free of duty

ib
7. The Algerines not to sell vessels of war to enemies of the United States ....

ib
8. Prizes bonght of Algerines by Americans, not to be captured by the cruisers of the
regency, then at sea, although they have not a passport

ib
9. Barbary powers, at war with the United States, not to sell prizes in Algerine ports.. ib
10. American vessels may sell their prizes in ports of Algiers-Refreshments,
11. Presents of provisions to ships of war-Fugitive slaves, &c, ....

ib
12. Redemption of slaves-Americans tak.on b'd en.ships,&c.—Personal passports essen'lib
13. Effects of persons dying intestate, &c.-Validity of wills...

ib
14. Freedom in buying goods-Consul not responsible for debts of citizens—The Dey
wanting to freight an American vessel &c...

ib
15. Disputes to be decided by the Dey-Disputes to be decided by the Consul....... 482
16. Killing or wounding an Algerine, &c....

ib
17. Security, liberty, and privileges of the American Consuls; religious indulgence, &c.

ib
18. In case of war, American citizens may embark, &c. .....

ib
19. Persons and property, captured on board enemy vessels, to be discharged.

ib
20. Salutes to be returned-Presents of fresh provisions...

ib
21. Household articles of the consul, duty free.

483
22. Inquiry and reparation, to prevent war-Mutual promise to observe this treaty The

U. S. to pay ann'y 12,000 seq's: ($21,600.)- Vessels capt'd in future,to be released ib
2. Treaty of peace and amity, of June 30, 1815, concluded by commodore Decatur

and William Shaler, on the part of the United States of America, and his high-
ness Omar Pashaw, Dey of Algiers. Ratified by the President, by, and with
the advice and consent of the Senate, on the 26th December, 1815. ......... 484
1. Firm, inviolable, and universal peace and friendship-Favors in navigation and com-
merce granted to other nations, to be common to each, &c. page

481
2. Abolition of tribute in any form....

ib

481

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Art. 3. American citizens to be delivered up–Subjects of Algiers delivered up without

ransom 484
4. Indemnification to American citizens for detention and loss of property, &c.—Bales
of cotton and 10,000 dollars in lieu, page

ib
5. Enemies' property to pass tree in the vessels of cach party

485
6. Citizens or subjects taken on board enemy vessels to be liberated; and American citizens
and property not to be held captive or detained on any account

ib
7. Passports to vessels of either party: and right of visit restricted—Offenders to be pun-

ished for abusing the right of visit-Vessels of war of the United States to suffer
Algerine cruisers to pass, satisfied as to their consular Document

ib
8. Certificates of condemnation and bill of sale sufficient passport for six months, in case
of purchase of prizes

486
9. Provisions to be furnished to the vessels of each party at market price-In case of re-
pair, cargoes may be landed without duty; no compulsion to land cargoes

ib
10. When vessels are cast ashore in the territory of either party, assistance to be given to
the crews and protection to the property

ib
11. Vessels of either party to be protected within cannon shot, and in port; and an enemy
not permitted to pursue within 24 hours

ib
12. Commerce, protection to merchants, rights of establishing consuls, &c. on the foot-
ing of the most favored nations

ib
13. Consuls of the United States not responsible for debts of citizens

ib
14. Salutes to vessels of war of the U. States, as to the most favored nations-Christian

captives taking refuge on board American ships, of war, cannot be reclaimed 487
15. Pretexts arising from religious opinions not to interrupt harmony, &c.—Liberty to

to celebrate religious rights—Consuls may travel within the territories of each party ib
16. In case of dispute arising from violation of this Treaty, the grievances to be stated, and

three months allowed for an adjustment of differences-If war ensues, Consuls,
citizens, and subjects to be permitted to embark onmolested

ity
17. Prisoners of war not to be made slaves, but to be exchanged, rank for rank, &c. ib
18. Powers at war with the U. S., not to be suffered to sell American captured vessels

at Algiers; but the vessels of war of the United States may sell their prizes at Algiers, 488
19. Consul of the United States to decide disputes between American citizens, &c.-

Other disputes to be settled by the consuls or agents of the nations to which the
parties belong—Dispntes between citizens of the United States and subjects of
Algiers to be decided by the Dey in person

ib
20. In case of killing, wounding, or striking, the law of the country to prevail, the consul
assisting at the trial, and punishments to be equal, &c.

ib
21. Consul of the United States not to pay duties on domestic articles

ib
22. Citizens of the U, States dying within the regency of Algiers, the property to be un-

der the direction of the consul, unless otherwise disposed of by will; It no consul,
the effects to be deposited, &c.Dey, &c. not to hinder execution of a will 489

RENEWED TREATY WITH ALGIERS.
Art. 3. Treaty of peace and amity, Dec. 23, 1816, concluded by W. Shaler and I.

Chauncy on the part of the U. States, and the Dey and Regency of Algiers, p.489
1. Firm, perpetual, inviolable, and universal peace and friendship-Favors in navigation,
&c., granted to other nations, to be common to each

490
2. Abolition of tribute in any form

ib
3. American citizens to be delivered up-Subjects of Algiers to be dolivered up

without
ransom, for the excess of prisoners

ib
4. Indemnification of American citizens for detention and loss of property

ib
5. Enemies' property to pass free in the vessels of each party

491
6. Citizens or subjects of either party taken on board an enemy's vessels to be liberated ib
7. Passports to vessels of either party, and right of visit restricted-Offenders to be

punished in the most exemplary manner, for abusing the right of visit-Vessels

of war of the United States to suffer Algerine cruisers to pass, &c.

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