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RELATING TO

THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON.

VOLUME V.-BERLIN ARBITRATION.

CONTAINING THE MEMORIAL OF THE UNITED STATES ON THE CANAL DE
HARO AS ITS BOUNDARY-LINE; CASE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF HER
BRITANNIC MAJESTY; REPLY OF THE UNITED STATES
THERETO; SECOND AND DEFINITIVE STATE-
MENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF HER
BRITANNIC MAJESTY; AND

CORRESPONDENCE.

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NOTE.

The figures in brackets denote the pages of the editions presented at Berlin, and the references occurring are to those pages.

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Oct 29.1874

CONTENTS.

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The straits of Rosario.......

Conclusion.....

APPENDIX:

No. 1. Extract from the treaty of Washington of June 15, 1846. Bound-

ary established in 1846. ....

No. 2. 'Extract from the treaty of Washington of May 8, 1871. The northern

boundary. Matter and form of arbitration.......

No. 3. Extract from the patent granted by James I of England, November

3, in the eighteenth year of his reign, to the council of Plymouth ....

(English colonial charters bounded English colonies by parallels of lati-

tude.)

Extract from the charter of Massachusetts Bay granted by Charles I of

England March 4, 1628 ....

Extract from the old patent for Connecticut.....

Extract from the charter granted by Charles II of England to the lords

proprietors of Carolina, March 24, 1663 .....

Extract from the commission of Governor Wright, of Georgia, of the 20th

of January, 1764 ............................................

No. 4. Articles between the United States of America and his Britannic

Majesty, November 30, 1782. First treaty between the United States

and Great Britain adopts for boundary a due-west course. ..........

No. 5. Extract from the treaty between the United States of America and

the French republic, April 30, 1803. The United States acquire Loui-

siana.........................................

No. 6. Additional and explanatory articles, signed the day of— , 1807,

to be added to the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation

between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America,

signed at London the 31st day of December, 1806. The United States

and Great Britain agree on the forty-ninth parallel as a division-line.

No. 7. Mr. Madison to Mr. Monroe and Mr. Pinckney, (extract,) July 30,

1807. The United States respect the claims of Spain on the Pacific..

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