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THE

AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC CODE,

EMBRACING A COLLECTION OF

TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS

BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN POWERS:

FROM 1778 TO 1834.

WITH AN

ABSTRACT OF IMPORTANT JUDICIAL DECISIONS,

Wicquefort,
Vattel,

ON POINTS CONNECTED WITH

Our Foreign Relations.

ALSO,

A CONCISE DIPLOMATIC MANUAL,

CONTAINING A SUMMARY OF THE

LAW OF NATIONS,

FROM THE WORKS OF

Martens,
Ward,

AND OTHER

DIPLOMATIC WRITINGS ON QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.

USEFUL FOR

Kent,

Story, &c. &c.

PUBLIC MINISTERS AND CONSULS,

AND FOR ALL OTHERS HAVING OFFICIAL OR COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS.

BY JONATHAN ELLIOT.

"It would be exceedingly to the discredit of any person, who should be called to take a
"share in the councils of the nation, if he should be found deficient in the great leading
"principles of International Law."-Kent's Commentaries on American Law.

IN TWO VOLUME S.-VOLUME THE FIRST.

WITH NOTES AND INDEXES.

Washington:

PRINTED BY JONATHAN ELLIOT, JUNIOR,

ON THE PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.

us 81.5 Br

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
GIFT OF
ALBERT BUSHNELL HART

1926

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and thirtyfour, by Jonathan Elliot, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, for the District of Columbia.

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AS A MARK OF ESTEEM FOR HIS PUBLIC SERVICES AND PRIVATE WORTH,

BY HIS OBEDIENT SERVANT, AND FELLOW CITIZEN,

J. ELLIOT.

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