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To conclude a treaty for the annexation of Secretary of State.

Texas.
To conclude an extradition treaty with

Do.
France.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi. En voy, extraordinary
gation and a claims convention with Bra and minister plenipo-
zil.

tentiary to Brazil.
To conclude conventions relative to claims Envoy extraordinary
and boundaries with Mexico.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and a Chargé d'affaires in the

claims convention with the Argentine Argentine Confedera-
Confederation

tion.
To conclude a claims convention with Chili. Chargé d'affaires in

Chili.
To conclude an extradition treaty with the Envoy extraordinary
Swiss Confederacy.

and ininister plenipo

tentiary to France.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Commissioner to China.

gation with Japan.
To conclude a claims convention with Peru. Chargé d'affaires in

Peru.
To conclude a claims convention with Ven- Chargé d'affaires in Ven-
ezuela.

ezuela
To conclude a claims convention with Ecua. Special agent to Ecua-
dor.

dor.
To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Commissioner to Hawaii.

and commerce with Hawaii.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Charge d'affaires in the
gation with the Kingdom of the Two Kingdom of the Two
Sicilies.

Sicilies.
To conclude a claims convention with Ven- Chargé d'affaires in Ven-
ezuela.

ezuela.
To conclude a treaty of navigation and com Commissioner to China.

merce with Japan.
To conclude a claims convention with New Chargé d'affaires in New
Granada.

Granada.
To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Commissioner to Hawaii.

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

gium. To conclude a treaty of commerce and Envoy extraordinary boundaries with Mexico.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Mexico.
Special ag nt to Hanover, To conclude with Hanover, Oldenburg, None.

Ol lenburg. Mecklen! Mecklenburg-Schwerin, and Mecklen-
burg-Schwerin and burg-Strelitz treaties of commerce and
Mecklenburg-Strelitz. navigation.

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Chargé d'affaires in the gation with the Argentine Confederation. Argentine Confedera

tion.

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Name.

When appointed.

By whom.

Rank.

Purposes.

Other office held at same

time.

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To conclude a treaty relative to the bound. Secretary of State.

ary between the United States and the possessions of Great Britain west of the

Rocky Mountains. To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Chargé d'affaires in New gation with New Granada.

(rana 'a Coramissioner

To conclude a treaty of peace, friendship, Chiei clerk of th De-
limits, and claims with Mexico.

partment of State.
To conclude a treaty relative to the succes Secretary of State.

sion to property with the Swiss Confed-
eracy.
To conclude a treaty relative to commerce Envoy extraordinary
and claims with Brazil.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Brazil.
To conclude a claims convention with Chili.. Chargé d'affaires in

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

commerce, and navigation with Peru.
Commissioners (jointly To cor clude with Mexico a treaty modify. Commissioners (with the
1 and severally).
ing the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. rank of envoy extra-

ordinary and minister
plenipotentia ry) to

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

Bolivia.
To conclude with Austria a treaty extend Secretary of State.

ing certain stipulations of the treaty of
27th August, 1829.
To conclude a claims convention with Ecua- Chargé d'affaires in
dor.

Ecuador.
(1) To conclude a treaty of commerce and Chargé d'affaires in

claims with Guatemala; (2) to conclude a Guatemala.

treaty of commerce with San Salvador. To conclude with Spain a treaty for the Envoy extraordinary

cession of Cuba and its dependencies, in and minister plenipo-
cluding the island of Pines.

tentiary to Spain.
To conclude with Denmark a treaty rela- Chargé d'affaires in Den-
tire to commerce and navigation and to mark
"the Sound and Belt duties.

(Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo-
To conclude a postal conventior, with Great

tentiary to Great Brit

ain Britain and France.

Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipotentiary to France.

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To conclude a treaty of commerce with Ha Commissioner to Hawaii.

waii.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and Chargé d'affaires in Gua-
claims with Guatemala, San Salvador, temala, San Salvador,
Nicaragua, Honduras, and Costa Rica Nicaragua, Honduras,

and Costa Rica.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with (1) None.

Hayti; (2) the Dominican Republic.
To conclude a treaty with Hungary on "all None.
matters and subjects interesting to both
nations.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Bo- Chargé d'affaires in Bo-
livia.

livia.
To conclude a claims convention with Ecua Chargé d'affaires in
dor.

Ecuador.
To conclude a treaty of commerce, naviga- | Envoy extraordinary
tion, and claims with Chili.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Chili. To conclude a treaty with Mexico "con Envoy extraordinary

cerning a road, railroad, or canal across and minister pi-nipothe Isthmus of Tehuantepec."

tentiary to Mexico.
(1) To conclude with Siam a revision of the Consul at Singapore.

treaty of March 20, 183, or any other con:
vention of friendship, navigation, and
commerce; (2) to conclude a treaty of
friendship, commerce, and navigation
with Anam; (3) to conclude a treaty of
friendship, commerce, and navigation
with Bruni.
To conclude a treaty modifying the postal Chargé d'affaires in New

convention of March 6, 1844, with New Granada
Granada
To conclude a claims convention with Vene Charg d'affaires in Ven-
zuela.

ezuela.
To conclude a consular convention with Secretary of State.

New Granada.
To conclude a treaty with Great Britain Do.

relative to the Nicaragua Canal, the States

of Central America and the Mosquito coast.
To conclude with the Swiss Confederation None.

a treaty "concerning all matters and sub-
jects interesting to both nations."
To conclude a treaty of commerce and nay. Minister resident in Tur.
igation with Turkey.

key.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Peru. Secretary of State.
To conclude an extradition treaty with

Do.
Mexico.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Peru. Chargé d'affaires in

Peru.
To conclude a claims convention with Por Secretary of State.

tugal.

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To agree with Portugal upon the umpire Chargé d'affaires in

provided for in the convention of Febru Portugal.
ary 20, 1851.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and Chargé d'affaires in the
claims with the Argentine Confederation. Argentine Confedera-

tion.
(1) To conclude a claims convention with Chargé d'affaires in New

New Granada; (2) to negotiate a modifi Granada.
cation of the postal convention with New

Granada of March 6, 1844.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and Envoy extraordinary
claims with Brazil.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Brazil.
Tó conclude a treaty of friendship, com Commodore, U.S. Navy.

merce, and navigation with Japan.
To conclude a treaty "concerning the recip: Envoy extraordinary
rocal obligations of the United States and and minister plenipo-
Mexico in regard to Indians inhabiting tentiary to Mexico.
their respective territories, and a claims

convention with Mexico.
To conclude a claims convention with Ecua-Chargé d'affaires in
dor.

Ecuador.
To conclude a consular convention with the Secretary of State.
Hanseatic Republics of Hamburg, Bre-
men, and Lubec.

(Envoy extraordinary
To conclude treaties of commerce with the

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Brazil. Argentine Republic, Uruguay, and Para- Chargé d'affaires in the guay.

Argentine Confedera

tion.
To conclude a treaty concerning commerce, Secretary of State.

navigation, and extradition with the
Netherlands.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Chargé d'affaires in Bo-
Bolivia

livia.
To conclude an extradition treaty with Secretary of State.
Prussia and the other German States asso-

ciated with her.
To conclude a claims convention with China Commissioner to China.
To conclude a treaty " concerning the recip: Envoy extraordinary

rocal obligations of the United States and and minister plenipo-
of Mexico in regard to Indians inhabiting tentiary to Mexico.
their respective territories," and a claims
convention with Mexico.

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To conclude treaty of friendship, commerce, Captain, U. S. Navy.

and navigation with Japan. To conclude a claims convention with Great Envoy extraordinary Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
(Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Brazil. To conclude treaty of commerce with Para- Chargé d'affaires in the guay.

Argentine Confedera

tion.

(Lieutenant, U. S. Navy.
To conclude copyright conventions with Secretary of State.

Great Britain and France.
To conclude treaties of commerce with Nic- Envoy extraordinary
aragua and Honduras.

and minister plenipo-
tentiar y to Central

America
To conclude an extradition treaty with Ba- Envoy extraordinary
varia.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
To conclude a copyright convention with Secretary of State.

France.
To conclude with Great Britain a treaty Envoy extraordinary

concerning all matters of difference con. and minister plenipo-
nected with Central America.

tentiary to Great Brit

ain.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Bo Chargé d'affaires in Bo-
livia.

livia.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and nav Commissioner to China.

igation with China.
To conclude an extradition treaty with Envoy extraordinary
Mexico

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and nav. Chargé d'affaires in Ven-
igation with Venezuela.

ezuela.
To conclude with Spain a treaty of com Envoy extraordinary
merce and concerning a cession of Cuba and minister plenipo-
and its dependencies, including the Island tentiary to Spain.
of Pines.
To conclude a treaty for the cession of the Commissioner in Hawaii.

Hawaiian Islands to the United States.
To conclude a postal convention with Great | Envoy extraordinary
Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain. To conclude with Great Britain a treaty Secretary of State.

concerning the northeastern fisheries and reciprocity with Canada.

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John W. Dana

Nov. 1, 1853

Robert M. McLane.

Nov. 12, 1853

James Gadsden..

Dec. 8, 1853

Charles Eames

Mar. 8, 1854

Pierre Soulé.

Mar. 23, 1854

David L. Gregg

Apr. 4, 1854
May 22, 1854

James Buchanan

William L. Marcy.

June 5, 1854

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