French Spoliation Claims: Message from the President of the United States Transmitting a Communication from the Secretary of State, Accompanied by a Report of Somerville P. Tuck, in Relation to French Spoliation Claims
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1888 - French spoliation claims - 172 pages
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Page 1 - To the Senate and House of Representatives: I transmit herewith a communication from the Secretary of State, accompanied by a report of Mr.
Page 1 - And provided further, That in all cases where members of said tribe have already taken allotments of land in said reservation, in pursuance of and according to the provisions of section 5 of an act of Congress entitled "An act to authorize the sale of the Pawnee Reservation...
Page 111 - Also, an extract from the register of the decrees of the committee of public safety, of the National Convention.
Page 123 - State ; it is under the head of " vessels of the United States now detained in different ports loaded on account of the Republic, their contracts signed by the French minister, and payments notobtaiued, or at present likely to be obtained, of Government here," and "at Brest on 26th August, 1794.
Page 140 - It appears under the heading of " vessels of the United States, captured going to and coming from different ports, and their treatment, by armed vessels of the Republic," and reads, " Carried into Lorient, vessel much damaged.
Page 44 - vessels of the United States captured going to and coming from different ports, and their treatment by armed vessels of the Republic," aud as "taken 23d November, 1793, retaken by the English.
Page 76 - of vessels of the United States captured going to and coming from different ports, and their treatment by armed vessels of tinrepublic