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Correspondence between the American and British plenipotentiaries relative to the commercial convention concluded on the 3d of July, 1815. January 16, 1816. Printed by order of the House of Representatives.

United States. Congress. House.

Published by Pr. by William A. Davis, Washington, 1816
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Correspondence and drafts of treaty articles exchanged at a Commercial Convention between the US and Britain in 1815. Correspondents include American diplomats Henry Clay, Albert Gallatin, and John Quincy Adams and British diplomats F. J. Robinson, Henry Goulbourn, William Adams, and Anthony St. John Baker. With a folding table entitled "Abstract of duties of customs paid in Great Britain in 1797 and 1815." Among the goods cited as dutiable are whale fins, tar, turpentine, cotton wool, rice, timber, snuff, etc. Government document: House document (United States. Congress. House); 14th Congress, 1st session, no. 27. "[27]" printed at head of title. 8vo. 50 pp.; 1 fold. table. Shaw & Shoemaker 39362. Removed from a nonce volume; rubber-stamped on the title-page by the War Department Library. Toning, light foxing in some margins. Good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 11500

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Title: Correspondence between the American and ...

Publisher: Pr. by William A. Davis, Washington

Publication Date: 1816

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