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THE MONROE DOCTRINE.

A LETTER

FROM

THE SECRETARY OF STATE

TO

THE MINISTER OF THE UNITED STATES AT LONDON,

DATED MAY 8, 1882,

WITH SUNDRY PAPERS AND DOCUMENTS EXPLANATORY
OF THE SAME, SELECTED FROM THE ARCHIVES

OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

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MESSAGE

FROM THE

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

TRANSMITTING,

In response to the Senate resolution of the 15th of July, 1882, a report of
the Secretary of State and accompanying papers relating to the Clayton-
Bulwer treaty.

AUGUST 3, 1832.-Read and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.
AUGUST 4, 1882.-Ordered printed.

To the Senate of the United States:

I transmit herewith, in response to the Senate resolution of the 15th
instant, a report of the Secretary of State and accompanying papers
relating to the Clayton-Bulwer treaty.

EXECUTIVE MANSION,

Washington, July 29, 1882.

CHESTER A. ARTHUR.

To the President:

The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the
Senate of the 15th instant, requesting the President, "if not incompati-
ble with the public interest, to furnish the Senate with copies of the
declaration of Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer and Mr. Clayton on the ex-
change of the ratifications of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty on the 4th day
of July, 1850, and any other documents referred to in the instruction
of Mr. Frelinghuysen to Mr. Lowell dated the 8th day of May, 1882,"
has the honor to lay before the President, for transmission to the Sen-
ate in response to the resolution, the accompanying copy of the decla-
ration of Sir Henry Bulwer and Mr. Clayton described therein, together
with a selection of such other documents cited in the instruction of
May 8 to Mr. Lowell as seem to come within the purview of the resolu-
tion.

Respectfully submitted.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

FRED'K T. FRELINGHUYSEN.

Washington, July 29, 1882.

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Property of the United States Government

NOTE: Mr. Frelinghuysen to Mr. Lowell, No. 368, May 8, 1832

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ject for the convention afterwards known as the Clayton-Bulwer treaty.

21. Lord Palmerston to Sir Henry Bulwer, March 8, 1850

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