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

To conclude a treaty of commerce and ex

tradition with Dominican Republic.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and also Minister resident in Bue.

a claims convention with Buenos Ayres. nos Ayres.
To conclude a consular convention with the Minister resident in the
Netherlands.

Netherlands.
To conclude a treaty relative to the rights Secretary of State.

of neutrals with Russia.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and ex: Envoy extraordinary
tradition with Chile.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Chile.
To conclude a treaty granting to the United Minister resident in Ec-

States or its citizens the right to remove uador.
guano from Ecuadorian islands.
To conclude a treaty relative to the succes. Secretary of State.
sion to property with Brunswick,
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Nic- Minister resident in Nic-
aragua.

aragua
To conclude a consular convention with Envoy extraordinary
Great Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit.

ain.
To conclude a claims convention with Ecua- Minister resident in Ec
dor.

uador.
To conclude a treaty with Venezuela in re- Minister resident in Ven.
gard to the rights of neutrals.

ezuela
To conclude an extradition treaty with Envoy extraordinary
Hanover.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
To conclude a treaty with France in regard Envoy extraordinary
to the rights of neutrals.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to France.
To conclude a treaty with Great Britain in Envoy extraordinary
regard to the rights of neutrals.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
To conclude a treaty with the Kingdom of Minister resident in the
the Two Sicilies in regard to the rights of Kingdom of the Two
neutrals.

Sicilies.
To conclude a treaty with Peru in regard to Envoy extraordinary
the rights of neutrals.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Peru. To conclude a claims convention with New Minister residentin New Granada

Granada.

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To conclude a treaty of amity, commerce, Minister resident in the

and navigation with the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Two Two Sicilies.

Sicilies. To conclude an extradition treaty with Envoy extraordinary Baden.

and minister plenipo.

tentiary to Prússia.
To conclude with Spain a treaty relative to Envoy extraordinary
commerce, to the debts due citizens of the and minister plenipo.
United States under the convention of tentiary to Spain.

February 17, 1834, and to claims.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and ex- Envoy, extraordinary
tradition with Brazil.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Brazil.
To conclude an extradition treaty with the Minister resident in the
Netherlands.

Netherlands.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with Per. Minister resident in Tur-
sia.

key. .
To conclude a treaty of commercial reci- Secretary of State.

procity with Hawaii.
Toconclude treaties of commerce with Japan Consul-general in Japan.

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

gation with China.
To conclude a treaty of commerce with the Commercial agent at
Dominican Republic.

Santo Domingo.
To conclude with Ecuador a treaty relative Minister resident in
to the rights of neutrals.

Ecuador.
To conclude a treaty with Portugal "assert- Minister resident in Por-

ing the principle of respect for private tugal.
property at sea in time of war as the same
is paid by civilized nations at the present
day on land."
To conclude a treaty relative to Central Envoy extraordinary
America with Great Britain.

and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Great Brit-

ain.
To conclude a treaty with New Granada Minister resident at New

with reference to transit across the Isth- Granada.
mus of Panama.

None.
To conclude a treaty with Great Britain Envoy extraordinary

concerning the principles of maritime and minister plenipo-
law which affect neutral and belligerent tentiary to Great Brit-
rights at sea.

ain.
(Similar powers were sent to our repre-
sentatives at Paris, St. Petersburg, The

Hague, Berlin, Vienna, and Copenhagen.]
To conclude a treaty with Denmark relative Secretary of State.

to the Sound dues.
To conclude a treaty of commerce, naviga- Eu voy, extraordinary
tion, and claims with China.

and minister plenipotentiary to China.

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John L. O'Sullivan

July 22, 1856

George M. Dallas.

Sept. 25, 1856

James B. Bowlin
Isaac E. Morse....
George M. Dallas

Dec. 2, 1856
Jan. 29, 1857

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Lewis Cass

Mar. 21, 1857

William B. Reed.

Apr. 22, 1857

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

By whom.

Rank.

Purposes.

Other office held at same

time.

July 18, 1857 President

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To conclude a treaty with Mexico relative Envoy extraordinary

to boundaries, claims, and the right of way and minister plenipo-
across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude a treaty concerning friendship, Secretary of Satte.

commerce, and interoceanic communica

tion with Nicaragua.
To conclude a treaty with Bolivia for her ac- Minister resident in Bo-

cession to the treaty of July 10, 1853, for the livia.
free navigation of the rivers Parana and

Paraguay
To conclude a treaty with Paraguay relative Commissioner to Para-

to complaints of the United States against guay
Paraguay, to commerce, and to claims.
To conclude with Spain a treaty of com- Envoy extraordinary

merce and concerning the cession of the and ininister plenipo-
island of Cuba and its dependencies, in- tentiary to Spain.
cluding the island of Pines.
To conclude a treaty with Mexico relative Envoy extraordinary

to claims, boundaries, and the right of and minister plenipo-
way across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Envoy extraordinary
gation with France.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to France.
To negotiate a claims convention with Nica- Minister residentin Nic-
ragua.

aragua.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Envoy extraordinary
gation with France.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to France.
To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- | Minister resident in
gation with Venezuela.

Venezuela.
To conclude a claims convention with Peru. Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Peru.
To conclude a treaty concerning the princi- Envoy extraordinary

ples of maritime law which affect neutral and minister plenipo

and belligerent rights at sea with Prussia. tentiary to Prussia.
Toconclude a treaty concerning the princi: Minister resident in the

ples of maritime law which affect neutral Netherlands.
and belligerent rights with the Nether-
lands.
To
conclude a treaty with Mexico concern- Envoy extraordinary
ing friendship, commerce, claims, and and minister plenipo-
boundaries.

tentiary to Mexico.
To conclude an additional article relative Secretary of State.

to the desertion of seamen to the treaty of April 26, 1826, with Denmark.

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Apr. 26, 1860 .do

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When

Name.

appointed.

John Forsyth.

Lewis Cass

Nov. 17. 1857

John W. Dana.

Aug. 18, 1858

James B. Bowlin

Sept. 30, 1858

William Preston.

Dec. 13, 1858

Robert M. McLane

John Y. Mason.

June 13, 1859

Alexander Dimitry

Aug. 16, 1859

Charles J. Faulkner.

Jan. 20, 1860

Edward A. Turpin
John R. Clay

Norman B. Judd 1

Apr. 26, 1861

James S. Pike

May 10, 1861

Thomas Corwin”,

June 24, 1861

William H. Seward.

July 10, 1861

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To conclude a treaty with Hanover for the Envoy, extraordinary abolition of the Stade dues.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Prussia. Nov. 20, 1861 .do

To conclude a claims convention with Peru. Envoy extraordinary

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Peru.
Mar. 31, 1862
....do

To conclude a postal convention with Costa Minister resident in
Rica

Costa Rica.
Apr. 4, 1862 ..do

To conclude with Great Britain a conven- Secretary of State.
tion for the suppression of the African

slave trade.
Apr. 22.1862 do

To conclude an extradition treaty with Minister residentin Por-
Portugal.

tugal.
Oct. 9, 1862 do

To conclude a claims convention with Ecua- Minister resident in
dor.

Ecuador.
Dec. 30. 1862 .do

To conclude a treaty of amnity and commerce Commissioner and con.
with Haiti.

sul general to Haiti. Mar. 2, 1863 do

To conclude a treaty with Belgium for the Minister resident in Belcapitalization of the Scheldt dues.

gium. May 15, 1863 do

To conclude a treaty of friendship, com- Minister resident in

merce, and navigation with Honduras. Honduras. June 23, 1863 do

To conclude a treaty for the final settle- Secretary of State.

ment of the claims of the Hudson Bay and

Puget Sound agricultural companies.
Feb. 10,1861 do

To conclude a claims convention with Co.

Do.

lombia.
June 15, 1864 ..do

To conclude a treaty of commerce and navi- Envoy extraordinary
gation with Italy.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Italy.
Aug. 15, 1864 do

To conclude a treaty of friendship, com Minister resident in

merce, and navigation with Nicaragua. Ni aragua Nov. 1, 1864 do

To conclude a treaty concerning Cape Spar: Consul in Morocco.

tel light-house with Morocco. Sept.30, 1865 .do

To conclude a claims convention with Vene- Minister resident in
zuela.

Venezuela.
Dec. 13, 1866 do

To conclude a treaty of commerce with the Commercial agent at
Dominican Republic.

Santo Domingo.
Dec. 15, 1866 do

To conclude a treaty for the cession of ter- Assistant Secretary of

ritory (Samana Bay] by the Dominican State.

Republic to the United States. Jan. 8, 1867 ...do

To conclude a claims convention with Secretary of State.

Prussia.
Feb. 1,1867 .....do

To conclude a treaty for reciprocal com- Minister resident in Ha-
mercial intercourse with Hawaii.

waii.
Feb. 27,1867 do

To conclude a treaty for the cession or lease Commercial agent at

of territory by the Dominican Govern- Santo Domingo.

ment to the United States. Mar. 18, 1867 .do

To conclude a treaty with Russia for the Secretary of State.

cession of territory. 1 Similar powers were sent to our representatives at Vienna, Turin. Copenhagen, and Brussels. * This seems to be the power under which Corwin concluded a postal and extradition treaty on December 10, 1861.

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

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To conclude postal conventions with France,

Great Britain, Prussia, and Belgium
To conclude treaty for the cession of the Minister resident in Den-
Danish West Indies.

mark
To negotiate for the extension of the time Minister resident in
for the ratification of the treaty of March Nicaragua

16.1859, with Nicaragua.
To conclude an additional article to the con- Minister resident in Ja-

vention of October 22, 1864, with Japan. pan.
To conclude an additional article to the Secretary of State.

treaty of December 6-18, 1832, with Russia.
To conclude a consular convention with Do.

Italy.
To conclude treaties of commerce, naviga- | Envoy extraordinary
tion, extradition, and naturalization with and minister plenipo-

Prussia ard the North German Union. tentiary to Prussia.
To procure the accession of Wurtemburg, Do.

Eavaria, Hesse, and Baden to the treaty of
February 22, 1868, with the North German

Confederation.
To conclude a naturalization treaty with Envoy extraordinary
Italy.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Italy.
To conclude treaties with Belgium concern- Minister resident in Bel-
ing extradition, naturalization, and con-

gium.
suls.
To conclude a claims convention with Korea Consul-generalat Shang-

hai.
To conclude treaties concerning consuls and Secretary of State.

naturalization with Mexico.
Toconclude claims convention with Mexico.. Do.
To conclude an additional article to the

Do.
treaty with Denmark, signed October 24,

1868.
To conclude a naturalization treaty with Envoy extraordinary
Austria.

and minister plenipo

tentiary to Austria.
To conclude a naturalization treaty with Minister resident in
Sweden and Norway.

Sweden.
To conclude a naturalization treaty with Minister residentin Tur-
Turkey

key. To conclude a naturalization treaty with Envoy extraordinary Spain.

and minister plenipotentiary to Spain.

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George F. Seward.
William H. Seward

J.J. Bartlett
E. Joy Morris.
John P. Hall..

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