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Emperor Francis a party to the treaty of the Holy Alliance, 26 Sept. 1815 . . . . . 178

A party to the secret treaty of Verona, the 22nd of November, 1822 . . . 170
Declaration of Congress, eight powers-abolition of the Slave Trade, 8th of February 1815 180
General Treaty of Congress, Vienna, 9th of June, 1815. Navigation of rivers-river Po, du-

ties, Towing paths, rivers Rhine, Neckar, Maine Moselle, Meuse, Scheldt . . . 181
Treaty, Ionian Islands, Paris, Novem. 5, 1815. Independence, Protection of Great Britain

Ld. high commissioner constitutional charter, armed force, national flag, commerce with

Austria, accerling powers, consuls, etc. collectors of customs, naturalization ........ 183
Declaration of Congress, five powers, Slave Trade, Verona, on 18th of November, 1822 . • 187
Treaty with Switzerland for the mutual surrender of criminals, 14th of July, 1825 . .. 692
Treaty with Brazil, Vienna, 16th of June, 1827 . . . . . . . · · ·

Necessity of a public minister at Vienna, in 1781. p. 481. Wm. Lee, commissioned to repre

sent Congress of the United States at Vienna. p. 471.-Retires from Vienna . .:. 473
Holy Alliance, treaty of, between 1. Austria, 2. Prussia, S. Russia, to lend one another, on

every occasion, and in every place, assistance and support; other powers may be received
into the Holy Alliance . .

. . . 173

Holy Alliance, additions to Secret Treaty of Verona, 224 November, 1822, ratified by Aus-

tria, France, Prussia and Russia . . . . . . . 179
See Great Britain.

Declaration of Independence, 18th of November, 1830
Treaty acknowledging Independence by the five great powers, to wit: Austria, France, Great

Britain, Prussia and Russia-Provinces, boundaries &c. . . . . 695



Independence, act of August 1, 1822..................................

..................... 68:
Treaty of Commerce and Navigation, between his Britannic Majesty and the Emperor of

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, August 17th, 1827...................
Right of naming and placing cousuls, liberty of conscience, British to enjoy same rights
in civil and criminal matters, as Brazilians-deserters to be disnaissed, or given up-re-
ciprocal liberty of commerce and navigation-duties same as most favored nation,-

contraband-ports in Asia open to Brazil.
Treaty between Brazil and the Hanse Towns, November 7th, 1827...................... 247

On the footing of the most favored nation, (consuls, religion, &c. as in the above withG.B.)
Prelim'y treaty of peace, betw. La Platte and emperor' of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 28 1828 251
Emancipation-A Brazilian to Mr Jefferson on the emancipation of his country, May 4, 1787 510
Brazilian Blockade. Mr Raguet, minister to Brazil ...................

Deserters, mutual delivery of, Capt. Biddle to Admiral Guedes, 21st December, 1827.....

Right of search, Captain Biddle to Admiral Guedes, January 25th 1828. ...............
Proposal to search for Deserters, Commodore Du Plantys, of French navy, to Commodore
Elliott, United States Navy, June 11, 1826. .........

.......... 669
Departure of the United States Diplomatic agent, Mr Raguet, from Rio Janeiro, Mr Clay's

letter to, Jan. 20, 1897...

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Treaty of Commerce and Navigation, with Austria, Vienna, June 16th, 1827.......

Friendship, Commerce and Navigation, with Prussia, Rio de Janeiro, July 9th, 1827 692
Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation, with Netherlands, Rio de Jan. Feb. 20, 1828 692
Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation, with Portugal, concerning the recognition of

the Independence of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, August 29th 1825.......... ... 692
Convention-Abolition of the slave trade, Rio de Janeiro November 23d, 1826
See Great Britain.

Treaty between Peru and Bolivia, Pequisa July 6, 1828, .

Treaty of Federation with Peru, Chiquisaca, November 15, 1826,

Independence, act of, July 9, 1816, . . .

Treaty of Amity Commerce and Navigation between His Britannic Majesty and La Plata,
* Buenos Ayres February 2, 1825. ...

. ... 237
Independence, recognition of, a topic at Aix la Chapelle in October 1818, . ... 96!
Independence-Aguirre, Thompson, and De Forrest's applications to the government

of the United States for recognition of Independence, 63^ De Forrest's creden-
tials, and application for an Exequatur as Buenos Ayrean Consul General, ... 635

Mission of Messrs Bland, Rodney and Graham to the La Platte in 1820, .. . 637
Extracts from their instructions from the Department of State—the abuse of Privateer-

ing, 638. Mr Forbes,efforts successful in forbidding the granting of Privateer Com-
missions, 638 United States proposition to acknowledge its Independence, March 8,
1822. 610. Congressional Report on the above. 612. Minister Plenipotentiary
appointed to Buenos Ayres, (with same Instructions as furnished to the Ministers on
the Panama mission,) . :

. . .655
Treaty of Friendship, Alliance, Commerce and Navigation with Chili Santiago, Nov. 20, 1826 691
Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with Chili, and Buenos Ayres Jan. 1819. ..... 692
See Great Britain.

Independence act of Jan. 1, 1819, 633. Aguirre, private agent from, to the C. States

in 1817, 634. Political Mission of Messrs Biand, Roney, and Graham in 1817. . . 637
Privateers, Instructions relative to, 638. Public Minister appointed by U. S. to Chili. . 658
Treaty of Friendship, Alliance, Commerce, and Navigation, Santiago, November 20, 1826. 691
Treaty of Friendship and Alliance, between the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata, Buenos

Ayres, January 1819, . . . . . . . . . 692
Treaty of Perpetual Union, League, and Confederation, between Colombia, and Santiago

de Chili, October 21, 1822, . . . . . . . p . 692
See Chili.
La Platte. Prelim’y treaty of peace betw. the republics of the United provinces of La Platte
and the Emperor of Brazil, August 28, 1828........

................... 251
Indedependence of Montevideo declared-election of deputies to take place-govern-
ment of Banda Oriental to cease, &c.-constitution to be formed troops of both parties
to remain temporarily, but not to interfere in politics-navigation of the river Platte to

be free to both.
See Brazil.
Peru. Treaty of peace betw. the Republic of Colombia and Repl'c of Peru, Sep. 29, 1829 233

Solemn promise to forget the past, and to promote mutual good and wellbeing-military
to be reduced-limits same as ancient vice-royalties of New Grenada and Peru, line to
commence from river Tumbes on the Pacific oceai-river navigation to be free, duties

same to each as natives
Sée Peru.

Laws, extracts from the Criminal and Civil Code,

. . . 696
Edict of Faou Kwang, concerning the United States Ship Vincennes on her visit to Canton 696

Treaty. Peace, friendship and Commerce with Great Britain, Kiel, 14th January, 1814. 163

Prizes, prisoners, DanishColonies, etc. Commercial relations, slave trade abolition, se-

questrations on property: privileges of Depot at Straslund, renewal of ancient treaties
See Great Britain.
Claims-Act of February 25th 1831 to provide for the adjustment of Claims, under the
Convention of the 28th March, 1830. . . . . . . 134

Greece-Treaty of Settlement, London, July 6, 1827,

27; .. :. ·

Mediation of the friendly powers, Greeks to hold of the Sultan as of a superior Lord, to
pay tribute, territorial limits to be settled at a future negotiation-restoration to be

guaranteed, etc.
Additional article, limitted time of one month for acceptance by the Porte of the Treaty. . 177
Convention. Sovereignty of Greece, London, May 7 1832. . . . . 217

Crown offered to Prince Otho of Bavaria, and accepted etc.
Greek Protocol of February 3, 1830. . . . . . . . 294
See Great Britain.

See Austria, 178,181,183, 187

See Muscat, • • • 204
Brazil, · · · · · 684

Netherlands, • 165
Buenos Ayres, • . 237


• 206
Colombia, .. 229

Portugal, - - 189
Denmark, · · 166

Russia, - - - 190
France, - • • - 157

Sardinia, - - - 200
Greece, 175, 217, 227

Sicily, - - - - 198
Hanseatic Repub. 202

Spain, - - - - 192
Madagascar, - - 206

Turkey, - - - 207
Mexico, - - - 223

West Indies, - - 158
Treaty of Peace, between Great Britain and France. Signed at Utrecht, 31st March, (11th

April) 1713, restoration of the bay and straits of Hudson, buildings, forts, satisfaction
to the Hudson Bay Company, also St. Christopher, Nova Scotia, Port Royal or Annapo-
lis Royal-French subjects excluded from fishing on the eastern coasts of Nova Scotia,
within 30 leagues of the coast, beginning from Sable Island. France at liberty to catch
and dry fish, on Cape Breton, etc. .


- :. • • 141
Definitive Treaty. Newfoundland Fishery, Paris, 10th February 1763.

• 141
Cape Breton Fishery in the Gulf St. Lawrence;
Definitive Treaty. Newfoundland Fishery, Versailles, 3d September, 1782. Limit of Fishery

off Newfoundland, and in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, declaration, etc. . . . 145
Declaration. British Versailles, 3d September, 1783, to prevent dispuies, procuring wood,
shelter, etc. . . . . . .

. . 146
Counter Declaration. French, same daie, fully satisfied, neither party to fish beyond the mid-
dle of the Newfoundland channel,

. . . 147
Definitire Treaty of Paris. Peace and Amity. Paris, 30th May 1814. Navigation of the Rhine

and other rivers. Malta. Restoration of the French Colonies and fisheries, cession of
Tobago, St, Lucia, Isle of France, Spanish part of St. Domingo, Guadaloupe, French
Gayana,property, etc. and fortifications in India, Newfoundland, St. Lawrence fisheries,
Antwerp, private claims domains of France in ceded countries, bonds and deeds, arehives,
maps, etc. belonging to different countries, Slave Trade, Confiscations etc. . . 147
Slave Trade, add, Article, between Great Britain and France, Abolition of the Slave Trade 152

Imperial Decree of Napoleon abolishing the Slave Trade, 29th March, 1815, . . 152
Convention between Great Britain and France; Commerce and Navigation, London, 27th

January 1826. Reciprocity, tonnage and other duties, reciprocal duties on goods im-
ported or exported, direct re-exporting produce to Asia, Africa, or America; bounties,
drawbacks, privileges of navigation of the most favored nation, extention of Convention
to all possessions in Europe, trade with British and French Colonies, .

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation, between Queen Anne of Great Britain, and Louis, XIV
• of France, concluded at Utrecht, 11th of April, 1713.......

..... 157
Free ships shall make free goods-contraband specified.
West IndiesBritish Order in council granting to French vessels, certain privileges, June

1st 1826; table of articles... .................................................. 153
Duties, repeal of. An act to amend an act of 6th year of his late Majesty to regulate the trade

of the Britsh possessions abroad, 220 April, 1831-reptal of duties on meal, bread, rice,
live stock, bacon, wood, lumber, imported into British possessions in America, or in

the W. Indies-certain temporary additional duties on lumber from forcign countries &c. 160
Duties, tonnage. Act of the British Parliament to regulate the trade of the British pussess-

ions abroad, 5thJuly, 1825-reciprocal tonnage duties between Canadian & U.S. vessels. 160
Fisheries. Act of the British Parliament relating to the fisheries carried on upon the banks

and shores of Newfoundland, Sd June 1824. Privileges of Foreigners under treaty

fulfilment of treaties with foreign powers........................... ............ 161
undia..-Trade of foreign nations with India, 1th July, 1797, Imports and Exports of
countries in amity-Regulations of the East India Company, . .

. 162
Note. To satisfy inquiries that have been made,as to ibe extent to which American ves-

sels are admitted in the British Possessions,at and beyond the Cape of Good Hope, it
is deemed proper to state, that vessels of the United States are entitled, by the thurd
article of the Treaty of Commerce of 1815,to trade with Calcutta, Madras, Bombay
and Prince of Wales Island; but not with Singapore;--and that they are also ad-
mitted to trade with the free ports at the settlerdent of the Cape of Good Hope,
which are Cape Town, Simons Town, and Port Elizabeth; and with any other free
ports in the Mauritius, in Ceylon, or in Australia, which may be established by or-

der in Council. Depariment of Stute, Washington, December 21, 1833.
Treaty of Peace between Great Britain and Denmark, Kiel, 14th January 1814, (see Den-
Convention. Colonies of the Netherlands, London August 13, 1814. i : : 165
Colonies Restored. Cape of Good Hope, Demerara, Essequibo and Berbice excepted,

cession of Bauld in exchange for Cochin, Commerce with British India, Security of per-
sons, ete. abolition of Slave Trade, . . . . . . . 165

Additional Articles Compensation to Sweden for Guadaloupe; Cession of Bernagore,etc, 167
Treaty-Netherlands with Great Britain. Prevention of Slave Trade, Hague 4th May, 1818. 168

Reciprocal right of visit, indemnity for illegal detentions, instructions, judgment without

appeal, disposal of condemned vessels, and Slaves, etc.
Portugal. Treaty of Friendship and Commerce, Lisbon, 27th December 1703, . . 189

Perpetual admission of British woollens and of Portuguese wines, duty
Prussia-Convention. Commerce and Navigation, London, April 2, 1824. .

• 190
Reciprocal abrogation of discriminating and countervailing duties on ships and produce
tions, import and export of national produce and manufactures, duties on imports and

exports, drawbacks.
Sicily. Commerce and Navigation, London, September 26, 1816. ...................... 198

Abolition of privileges, &c. in favor of Great Britain and other powers, on footing of the
most favored, personal privileges, security of property, visits, reduction of duties, vessels

and subjects of the loaian Islands.
Surdinia. Treaty. Territory and Commerce, Vienna, May 20, 1815................... 200

Union of Genoa and the Imperial fiefs to the Sardinian States, island of Capraja-rights
and privileges of the Genoese--free port of Genoa-Duty of transit-tribunal and cham-
ber of commerce.

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Colombia. Treaty. Amity, Commerce and Navigation, Bogota, 18th April, 1825........ 229

Freedom of commerce and trade with the British colouies, duties, pilotage, salvage,&c.
national vessels, brokers, consuls, personal security in case of rupture, religion, funerals

abolition of the slave trade.
Buenos Ayres. Treaty. Amity Commerce and Navigation, Buenos Ayres, 20 Feb. 1825. 237

Freedom of commerce-trade with Britain-colonies, duties, prohibitions, Salvage, &c.
on vessels of above 120 tons, national vessels, property administration of justice, laxes,

consuls, security of persons, religion, burial places, abolition of slave trade, &c.
Muscat. Treaty. Abolition of Slave Trade, Muscat, September 10, 1822. . . 204

Prohibition agaiust sale of Slaves, punishment of offenders, British agent in Zarnzibar,

seizure of slave vessels by British cruizers, ship's passes.
Persia-Definitive Treaty, Commerce, Tehran, 25th November, 1814. . .
Madagascar_Treaty, Slave 'Trade and Piracy, Tamatave, 230 October, 1817. . . 206

Cession of sale, or transfer, of slaves or other persons, consideration for loss of revenue,

protection of the King Johanna, suppression of piracy, etc.
Merico-Treaty of Amity Commerce and Navigation, London, 26th December, 1826. . 223

Reciprocal freedom of Commerce, Post Office packets, Coasting trade, British Colonies,
duties, salvage, etc. national vessels, brokers, agents, etc. Police of ports, Diploniatic
agents and consuls, personal security, religion, privileges in the Bay of Honduras under
Convention with Spain of 1786, (see Spain) abolition of the Slave Trade.

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Convention. Commerce and Navigation, London, September 29th, 1825. .

Reciprocal duties and charges on vessels, freedom of trade, reciprocal duties on imports

and exports, bounties eto. duties on personal property.
See Great Britain
Note on the Germanic confederation, . . . . . . . 203

Report laid before the British Parliament on the civil and political condition of Hasti, or St
Domingo, by Charles McKeozie, British Consul General, September 9, 1826 . 673

Pelation of the Colony of Liberia towards the United States . . . . . . 695
Opinion of the Au'y Genèl of United States as to the powers of the agency on the coast Africa 695

Convention. Pacific Ocean and North West Coast of America-St. Petersburgh, 16 (28th)

February 1825. Navigation and fishing line of demarcation, trade to Sitka or Novo

Archangelsk, liquors, arms, victualling, shelter, ac. Duties, . . . . 171
Treaty [of Akerman) between Russia and Turkey, explanatory of the treaty of Bucharest,

Akerman, October 25, 1826. Sublime Porte promises to repair damages done by the
Barbary Corsairs to Russian vessels, and use his endeavors to prevent future depredations,
free passage of the Canal of Constantinople, etc. . . .

. 174
Treaty of Peace between Russia and Turkey, Adrianople, September 1411,1829. Enmity and

differences to cease, Moldavia, Wallachia, the Banat of Crayova, Balgaria, Dobridge
from the Danube, Silistria, Hirsova, Matzia, Isukiya, Toulza, Babadag, Bazardjik, Var-
na, Pravedy, and the whole extent of the Balkan, from Eminc Bouzoun to Kazan, Jom-
boli, Adrianople, &o. to be restored; Pruth the limit of the two empires, Russian subjects
to enjoy liberty of Commerce, Dardanelles open to them;for losses since 1806,1,500,000
ducats of Holland to be paid Russia, and, also, a sum of money to be regulated by mutual
accord, The Porte declares his adhesion the treaty of London, 6th July 1827, etc. . 209

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