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APPENDIX C.

Being a statement of the persons employed by the United States in conducting negotiations since 1989.

S. Doc. 231, pt

Oct. 13, 1789 President

Private agent

To ascertain intentions of Great Britain as None.

to treaty of 1878, and making a treaty of commerce.

(Chargé d'affaires in Mar. 18, 1792 President and Senate. Commissioners plenipo- To treat with Spain as to Mississippi, bound- Spain,

tentiary. aries, and commerce.

Minister resident in

Netherlands.
June - 1792 President

Commissioner

To treat with Algiers (1) for peace and friend. Admiral U. S. Navy.
ship; (2) for ransom of captive United

States citizens.
Mar. 26, 1793 .do
Commissioner plenipoten Same as preceding

Minister resident in Por-
tiary.

tugal.
Apr. 19, 1794 President and Senate. Envoy extraordinary To treat with Great Britain as to all matters Envoy extraordinary to

of difference, viz, (1) non-execution of Great Britain.
treaty of 1783; (2) restitution or compen-
sation to citizens of United States for seiz-
ure of their vessels under British instruc-

tions of June 6, 1793, etc.; (3) commerce.
July 11, 1794 President

Commissioner plenipoten- To treat with Spain as to Mississippi, bound | Minister resident in
tiary.
aries, and commerce.

Spain.
Nov. 24, 1794 President and Senate. Envoy extraordinary and (1) Same as above; (2) to treat for restitu- Envoy extraordinary to

sole commissioner pleni- tion or compensation for American vessels Spain.
potentiary.

seized by Spanish armed vessels. Mar. 30, 1795 President

Commissioner plenipoten To conclude treaties of amity and com- Minister resident in Portiary.

merce with Tunis, Tripoli, and Morocco. tugal. June 10, 1796 President and Senate. Minister plenipotentiary. To conclude a treaty of commerce with Minister plenipotentiary

Great Britain, and to modify or extend to Great Britain.

Jay's treaty:
June 1, 1797 ..do

do

To renew and modify the treaty of amity Minister plenipotentiary
and commerce with Prussia.

to Prussia.
.do
.do

To renew and modify the treaty of amity Do.

and coinmerce with Sweden.
(Envoys extraordinary

To conclude a treaty with France in settle. (Envoys extraordinary
June 22, 1797 ..do

and ministers plenipo-
ment of claims and all matters of differ-

and ministers plenipo-
tentiary (jointly and
severally).
ence, and also a treaty of commerce.

tentiary to France

(jointly and severally). Jan. 3,1798 President

Minister plenipotentiary. To conclude an additional article of the Minister plenipotentiary

treaty of amity, commerce, and naviga- to Great Britain.

tion (1794), modifying Article V thereof. Mar. 14, 1798 President and Senate. Commissioner

To conclude a treaty of amity and com- Minister plenipotentiary merce with Sweden.

to Prussia.

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Statement of the persons employed by the United States in conducting negotiations since 1789Continued.

Rufus King
James Monroe.

John Armstrong
James Bow doin.

James Monroe. William Pinkney.

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(Envoy extraordinary and To conclude a treaty of peace and friendship (Secretary of the TreasApr. 17, 1813 .do. minister plenipoten- with Great Britain under the mediation of

ury: tiary (jointly and sever Russia: also to conclude a treaty of com- Minister

plenipotentiary ally). merce.

to Russia.
Apr. 22, 1813 ..do:

..do

To conclude a treaty of commerce with Rus Same as above.

sia.

Minister plenipotentiary To conclude a treaty of commerce with Minister plenipotentiary
Jan. 18, 1814 President and Senate. and extraordinary Great Britain and a treaty of peace and

to Russia.
(jointly and severally). friendship.

Minister plenipotentiary

to Sweden.
Feb. 9,1814 ....do.

Minister plenipotentiary To join the preceding commission
and extraordinary.

(Consul-general at Al-
Apr. 9, 1815 President

Commissioners (jointly To negotiate a treaty of peace and friend- giers.
and severally).
ship with Algeria.

Post captain U.S. Navy.

Do.

(To negotiate a settlement of existing differ: Consul-general at Al-
Aug. 24, 1816

.do

ences and an annulment of Article XVIII giers.
of the treaty of June 30, 1815.

Captain, U. S. Navy.

(Envoy extraordinary (Envoy extraordinary and

and minister plenipo

tentiary to France.
}Apr. 5,1817

minister plenipotenti. (To conclude a treaty of commerce with the
.do
ary jointly and sever- Netherlands.

Envoy extraordinary
ally

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to the Neth-

erlands.
Oct. 31, 1817 ..do

To conclude a treaty of commerce with Envoy extraordinary
Great Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great

Britain.
(Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo

tentiary to France.
May 22, 1818 .do.

{To renew the convention of July 3, 1815,
with Great Britain relative to commerce.

Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great

Britain
Feb. 16, 1819 .do.

To conclude with Spain a treaty of cession, Secretary of State.

navigation, commerce, and in settlement
of all differences between the two coun-

tries.
June 6, 1820 do.

To do any act necessary to give effect to the Envoy extraordinary
decision of the Emperor of Russia on the and minister plenipo-
question of the construction of the first tentiary to Russia.
article of the treaty of Ghent, referred to
him for arbitration under the fifth article
of the convention of 1818 by the United

States and Great Britain.
Feb. 20, 1821

To conclude a treaty of navigation and com- Secretary of State. merce with France.

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Statement of the persons employed by the United States in conducting negotiations since 1789—Continued. When

Other office held at same appointed. By whom. Pank. Purposes.

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Toconclude a treaty of commerce with Por- Envoy extraordinary tugal.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Portugal.
Toconclude a treaty of commerce with Spain. Minister plenipotentiary

to Spain.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Bue- Minister plenipotentiary
nos Ayres.

to Buenos Ayres.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Co- Minister plenipoten-
lombia.

tiary to Colombia. To conclude with Great Britain a treaty Envoy extraordinary

relative to commerce, the suppression of and minister plenipo-
the slave trade, and the principles of mar- tentiary to Great Brit-
itime law and neutrality.

ain.
To conclude a treaty with Russia relative Envoy extraordinary

to the respective rights and claims of the and minister plenipo-
two countries in respect to navigation, tentiary to Russia.
fishery, and commerce on the northwest
coast of America; the abolition of the slave
trade, and the principles of maritime war
and neutrality.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Minister plenipoten-
Chili.

tiary to Chili.
To conclude a claims convention and treaty Envoy extraordinary

of commerce with France; also a treaty and minister plenipo-
for the suppression of the African slave tentiary to France.
trade.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Envoy. extraordinary
Mexico.

and ininister plenipo

tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and Do.

boundaries with Mexico.
To arrange for the settlement of claims of Chargé d'affaires in the

citizens of the United States against Den- Netherlands.
mark
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Envoy extraordinary
Spain, and also a claims convention.

and minister plenipo

tentiay to Spain.
To conclude a claims convention with Great Envoy extaordinary
Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
To arrange for the settlement of claims of None.

citizens of the United States against the
Kingdom of Naples.
To conclude a treaty of navigation with Co- Minister plenipoten.
lombia.

tiary to Colombia.

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Nov. 22, 1825 ...do

To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Secretary of State.

commerce, and navigation with the Cen

tral Republic of America. Apr. 17, 182€ ..do

To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Do.

commerce, and navigation with Denmark. May 10, 1826 .do

To conclude with Great Britain a treaty Envoy extraordinary

relative to commerce, boundaries, the and minister plenipo principles of maritime law and neutrality, tentiary to Great Britand the navigation of the St. Lawrence; ain.

and also a claims convention. (Envoy extraordinary and (To conclude treaties of "peace, friendship,

commerce, navigation, maritime law, neu

minister plenitentiary
May 11, 1826 President and Senate. (jointly and severally)

tral and belligerent rights, and all other Minister plenipoten-
to the assembly of Amer-

matters interesting to the American na- tiary to Colombia.
ican nations at Panama

tions" with "the ministers of that assem- (None.)
bly duly empowered, from all or any of

the nations of America."
Jan. 23, 1827 | President

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Chargé d'affaires in Swe-
gation with Sweden.

den.
Feb. 12, 1827 President and Senate. Envoy extraordinary and To take the place of Richard C. Anderson Envoy extraordinary
minister plenipotenti- (deceased) at that assembly.

and minister plenipo-
ary to the assembly of

tentiary to Mexico.
American ministers,
June 8, 1827 President

To conclude a claims convention with Den- Chargé d'affaires in Den-
mark

mark
Nov. 1, 1827 ..do

To conclude a claims convention with Bra- Chargé d'affaires in Bra-
zil.

zil.
Nov. 26, 1827 .do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi. Secretary of State.

gation ith the Hanseatic Cities of Lubec,

Bremen, and Hamburg.
Mar. 29, 1828 ...do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Chargé d'affaires in Bra-
gation with Brazil.

zil. Apr. 8, 1828 .do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Chargé d'affaires in
gation with Peru.

Peru.
Apr. 18, 1828 .do

To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Secretary of State.

commerce, and navigation with Prussia.
July 15, 1828 .do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi. Envoy extraordinary
gation with Great Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
Oct. 1, 1828 ....do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and Envoy extraordinary
claims convention with Colombia.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Colombia. Oct. 24, 1828 ...do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Secretary of State.

gation with Austria. Dec. 29, 1828 .do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi. Chargé d'affaires in
gation with Peru.

Peru.
Jan. 1, 1829 do

To conclude a treaty of commerce with Chili. Do.
June 9, 1829 do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and a Envoy extraordinary
claims convention with Colombia.

and minister plenipotentiary to Colombia.

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