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By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq; His Majesties Lieut. Governour and commander in chief in and over the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas in the confirmation of the treaty with Algiers, and the additional article made the sevent

Copy of the fifth & sixth articles of the Treaty of neutrality in America, between England and France, in the year 1686. Late sent in orders to His Majesty’s frigots attending the government of this Province, to be put in Execution to effect. [b

Charles II of Eng-Netherlands Treaty. Copy of an extract of a treaty between Charles II of England and the Netherlands. Original from Feb. 7, 1667.

A new and accurate map of the British dominions in America, according to the treaty of 1763; divided into the several provinces and jurisdiction, Projected upon the best authorities and astronomical observations.

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British, Spanish and French dominions on this great continent; according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states. The whole laid down according to the latest and most authentick improvements,

An accurate map of North America describing and distinguishing the British and French dominions on this great continent according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th February 1763.

A map of the whole continent of America, divided into North and South and West Indies with a copius table fully shewing the several possessions of each European Prince & State, as settled by the definitive treaty concluded at Paris Feby. 10th 1763 the clauses of which relative thereto are inserted.

A map of the British dominions in North America, according to the Treaty in 1763.

North America, and the West Indies; a new map, wherein the British Empire and its limits, according to the definitive treaty of peace, in 1763, are accurately described, and the dominions possessed by the Spaniards, the French, & other European States. The whole compiled from all the new surveys, and authentic memoirs that have hitherto appeared.

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British and Spanish dominions of this great continent; according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states.

A new and correct map of North America, with the West India Islands. Divided according to the last treaty of peace, concluded at Paris. 10th. Feby. 1763. Wherein are particularly distinguished, the several provinces and colonies, which compose the British Empire,

A correct map of the United States of North America; including the British and Spanish territories, carefully laid down agreeable to the treaty of 1784.

An accurate map of the United States of America, with part of the surrounding provinces agreeable to the Treaty of Peace of 1783,

United States Congress Peace Treaty Commission, April 1, 1783, Resolution Releasing Thomas Jefferson from Appointment as Peace Commissioner

New-York, November 26, Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde Packet in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices. London. September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain

The United States of North America, with the British & Spanish territories according to the treaty /

The signing of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and of Alliance between France and the United States

A new and correct map of North America with the West India Islands. Divided according to the last Treaty of Peace, concluded at Paris the 20th of Jan. 1783. wherein are particularly distinguished the Thirteen Provinces wich [sic] compose the United States of North America.

The United States according to the definitive treaty of peace signed at Paris Sept. 3d. 1783.

A new and correct map of North America, with the West India Islands. Divided according to the last Treaty of Peace, concluded at Paris the 20th of Jan. 1783 wherein are particularly distinguished the Thirteen Provinces wich [sic] compose the United States of North America.

The United States of North America, with the British & Spanish territories according to the treaty of 1784.

United States Congress, July 20, 1785, Resolution for John Jay to Sign Commerce Treaty with Spain; "Encargada de Negocios"

The United States of North America, with the British & Spanish territories according to the treaty of 1784.

Subsidiary treaty, or the lion turned ass / designed & executed by Sinecure.

The Treaty of Commerce or New coalition / G.R., delint. ; Lewis 16, fecit.

Pennsylvania General Assembly, March 3, 1788, Act on Treaty of Peace

... An act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian tribes. [New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1790.].

... An act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian tribes. [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, [1790].

Thomas Jefferson to U. S. Senate, May 8, 1792, Treaty with Algiers

U. S. Senate, May 8, 1792, Resolution on Treaty with Algiers

Senate, March 16, 1792, Spain Treaty Resolution

By the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, A proclamation. The president of the United States having been pleased to communicate to me, that a Treaty will be held with the hostile Indian tribes, on or about the first day of June at Lower S

New York General Assembly, January 31, 1794, U.S. and Great Britain Treaty

Gouverneur Morris, 1795, Jay's Treaty

Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, between His Brittanic Majesty and the U...S...A...

The President's message on the treaty papers. Gentlemen of the House of representatives ... Geo. Washington. United States March 30,1796 [Boston] [Signed of hand] Done by A. Martin Orrery Press [1796].

San Ildefonso Treaty, October 25, 1803, Notes on Treaty between France and Spain

Thomas Jefferson, December 1806, Notes on Jay's Treaty

[Signatures, Treaty of Ghent, December 24, 1814]

[Signatures, Treaty of Ghent, December 24, 1814]

Treaty of peace. Argus Office. Portland, Feb. 22, 1815.

Celebration of the ratification of the treaty of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, at Cambridbe, Feb. 23, 1815. Order of procession ... Order of exercise ... [Cambridge 1815].

Treaty of peace signed and arrived. Newburyport Herald Office. Monday 3 o'clock, P. M. Newburyport 1815.

The treaty of peace. Office of the Newburyport Herald, Feb. 21,- 4 P. M. ... Treaty of peace and amity between his Britannic majesty and the United States of America. Newburyport Mass. 1815.

Commercial treaty with England ... Washington, Nov. 24, 1815.

Andrew Jackson, President of the United States of America, to all and singular to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Whereas a treaty between the United States of America, and the Potawatimie Indians, was made and concluded, on the Tippec

A view of the Butte des Morts treaty ground with the arrival of the commissioners Gov. Lewis Cass and Col. McKenney in 1827 / / painted on the spot by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs. Philada.

The pipe dance and the tomahawk dance / F. Barinsou ; painted at the treaty of Prairie du Chien 1825 by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs.

O'-Check-Ka or Four Legs Head Chief of the Winnebagoes on Winnebago Lake, Michigan / / painted at the Treaty of Green Bay 1827 by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs.

Kee-O-Kuck or the Watching Fox the present Chief of the Sauk tribe and successor to Black Hawk / / painted by J.O. Lewis at the great treaty of Prarie du Chien 1825 ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs. Philada.

Cherokee Treaty Fragment

No annexation of Texas. It having been announced by the government organ that a treaty for the annexation of Texas has been negociated and signed and will soon be presented to the Senate, the undersigned call upon the citizens of New York, witho

Washington, D. C. Washington Navy Yard. First Japanese treaty commission to the U. S., 1860

[Boundary monument at Point Roberts - Treaty of Washington June 15th 1846]

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 24, 1862 (Treaty to end African slave trade)

[Full page of advertisements and a political cartoon "Preparing for the heated term; King Andy and his man Billy lay in a great stock of Russian ice in order to cool down the Congressional majority"; caricature of Pres. Andrew Johnson and Sec. of State William Seward carrying huge iceberg of "Russian America" in a wheelbarrow "treaty"; refers to Seward's purchase of Alaska in Dec. 1866]

Winnebago treaty table?

[Bank note vignettes showing surrender of Gen. Burgoyne, George Washington resigning his commission, signing of a treaty, funeral of Indian with priest and Spanish soldiers in armor and weeping women]

Appeal to the American people. The President having signed the Treaty of the Geneva conference and the Senate having on the 16th instant, ratified the President's action, the American association of the Red Cross, organized under provisions of s

To the editor: The tremendous outburst of public indignation which had been aroused by the negotiations of the Russian-American extradition treaty in 1887, caused the promoters of this Anti-Republican scheme to adopt this time the Russian method

Benjamin Franklin and Richard Oswald discussing the Treaty of Peace Paris

Exchange of the ratifications of the treaty of peace with Spain, made in the President's office, White House, Secretary of State John Hay signing

The signing of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and of Alliance between France and the United States

Two Wampum belts: 1)Wolf Treaty belt, representing alliance of Mohawks with the French. The wolves symbolize the "Door Keepers" of the League. Mohawk belt. 2) Alliance belt commemorating coming of Tuscaroras in 1713. Onandaga Belt.

Wm. [William] Penn Treaty Monument, Philadelphia, Pa.

Amending the treaty Enmendando el tratado.

Limerick boys and girls on their playground by famous Treaty Stone of 1691, [Ireland]

Pres. Harding signing the Edge-Ansorge Resolution for the development of the New York Port along lines proposed by the joint commission of N.Y. and N.J. in the treaty entered into by the two states on April 30, 1921. The treaty looks to general relief from congestion the harbor and was endorsed by the War Department. Rep. Martin C. Ansorge, or New York, sponsor of the resolution is standing (third) from President Harding, with papers under arm

The Belt of Wampum delivered by the Indians to William Penn at the "Great Treaty" under the elm tree at Shackamaxon, in 1682

Signing the treaty at Portsmouth

Pres. Harding signing the Edge-Ansorge Resolution for the development of the New York Port along lines proposed by the joint commission of N.Y. and N.J. in the treaty entered into by the two states on April 30, 1921. The treaty looks to general relief from congestion the harbor and was endorsed by the War Department. Rep. Martin C. Ansorge, or New York, sponsor of the resolution is standing (third) from President Harding, with papers under arm

Four power Pacific Treaty (first page)

Octagon House, [Washington, D.C.], room in which Treaty of Ghent was signed table is orignial

[King (Metacomet) Philip, Sachem of the Wampanoags, d. 1676, full length, standing at treaty table with white men]

[Interior of Octagon House, Washington, D.C. with oval table upon which the Treaty of Ghent was signed in center of room]

OCTAGON HOUSE. CORNERSTONE COMMEMORATING SIGNING OF TREATY OF GHENT IN THIS HOUSE IN 1814

The 59th anniversary of Treaty Day celebrated Jan 22, '14 at Tulalip, Wash. Tribes represented: Snohomish, Swinnomish, Snoqulmie, Su-Quamish, Skagit, Lummi

Massasoit--On his way to meet the Pilgrims and sign the Peace Treaty, 1621 / Waud & Jenkins, Cambridge ; [sic] by Alexander Gilmore, Boston.

The 60th anniversary of Treaty Day celebrated Jan 22, 1914 at Tulalip, Wash. Tribes represented: Snohomish, Swinnomish, Snoqulmie, Su-Quamish, Skagit, Lummi, Yakima, Puyallup, Skykomish

Approximative zones according to the secret Treaty of London (April 26th 1915) : [Albania] /

The brighter side of Hell. The treaty breaker

SALMON PROPAGATION TREATY. SIGNED 9/2/1919, BUT NOT RATIFIED. ROLAND LINDSEY, CHARGE BRITISH EMBASSY; DOUGLAS HAZEN, CANADA; W.A. FUND

Signing of treaty at Arms. conf.

Last page of peace treaty with signature of Pres. Harding and Secy. of State Hughes dated Nov. 14, 1921

[...]r Treaty. Newspaper men around table

Four-power treaty on Pacific Islands showing signatures of principal delegates, 12/15/21

Four-power treaty on Pacific Islands showing signatures of principal delegates, 12/15/21

Impatient. Rear Admiral Emory S. Land, Chief of the Navy Department's Bureau of Construction and Repair, told the House Naval Affairs Committee that he was "reasonably satisfied with the progress of naval construction, but impatient to get on with the program." The Congress authorized the building of the navy to treaty strength last year, but funds are NOT available to handle the program, 1/22/35

U.S. & Mexico, Treaty on Smuggling and Extradition, [12/23/25]

Secretary of State Charles Evan Hughes, (left), with Senator Borah, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, leaving a two hour executive session on February 2, when both Secretary Hughes and Secretary Hoover were heard regarding the German Commercial Treaty, intended as a model for conventions with other nations

U.S. Reports: Jordan v. Tashiro, 278 U.S. 123 (1928)

Signing of new French treaty marks sesquincentennial of amity between France and U.S. A bond of peace and friendship between France and the United States which had its beginning just 150 years ago on February 6, 1778, was sealed anew at the State Department in Washington today, when signatures were reached to the new peace pact, which virtually renounces [...] as instrumentality ever to be called into play between the two republics. The treaty not only asserts that war between the two nations is unthinkable, but it [...] up new and strong machinery for the adjustment by [...] of conciliation of disputes between them [...]

President Coolidge signs Kellogg Treaty. President Coolidge today formally signed the document of ratification of the Kellogg treaty before a distinguished gathering in the east room of the White House, including Vice President Dawes, members of the Cabinet and members of the Senate and House. In the front row, left to right: Vice President Dawes; President Coolidge; Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg; Secretary of the Treasury Mellon; and Secretary of War Davis. in the back row, left to right: Senator William E. Borah; Senator Claude A. Swanson; Senator Thomas F. Walsh; Vice President-elect Charles Curtis; and Senator D.O. Hastings

[Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with representatives of the governments who have ratified the Treaty for Renunciation of War (Kellogg-Briand Pact), in the East Room of the White House]

Scene in the East Room of the White House when the President received representatives of the Nations who have ratified the Treaty for the Renunciation of War

Wash. D.C. Hull leaves trade conference., Secretary of State Cordell Hull leaves the White House where he conferred with President Roosevelt and Prime Minister William McKenzie King of Canada on a proposed trade treaty. 11/9/35

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China. The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

CANADIAN TRADE PACT SIGNED. ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS RALLIED IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE WHITE HOUSE TO WATCH PRIME MINISTER WILLIAM MacKENZIE KING OF CANADA AND SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL SIGN THE RECIPROCAL TRADE TREATY DESIGNED TO STRENGTHEN FRIENDSHIP AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND CANADA. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, RIGHT, SMILINGLY WATCHES THE APPLICATION OF BINDING SIGNATURES. SECRETARY HULL IS LEFT, AND MacKENZIE KING CENTER. CABINET OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS ARE IN THE BACKGROUND

Trade pacters. Wash. D.C. Prime Minister William MacKenzie King, of Canada, left, and U.S. Minister Norman Armous, arrive in Washington to take part in the signing of the Canadian-U.S. trade pact. Armour and MacKenzie King have been working on this pact since the Canadian elections. Details were concluded when the Prime Minister recently visited Washington. The importance of the treaty may be judged by the fact that Canada is the second largest foreign customer for U.S. goods, 11/15/35

Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambassador Wei Tao-Ming at the State Department exchanging ratifications of the treaty abolishing extra-territorial "rights" of the United States in China. The treaty provided that it becomes effective at the time of this exchange

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