Cessation of Intercourse with the British Minister: Message from the President of the United States : Communicating Cessation of Intercourse with the Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Great Britain

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Page 25 - ... codicils, agreements, and other instruments in writing, and to administer any oath or oaths to any person or persons," do hereby certify that on the day of the date hereof, before me personally came and appeared...
Page 1 - Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered to be
Page 2 - The undersigned, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States, has the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the note of the...
Page 41 - So in the late war between Great Britain and France on the one hand, and Russia on the other...
Page 16 - Whereof an attestation being required, I have granted this under my notarial firm and seal. Done at the city of New York, in the said State of New York, the ninth day of May, in the year one thousand eight hundred and five.
Page 6 - ... still proceeding to violate our laws, and persist "in carrying on the obnoxious scheme without any open disapproval by the home government, or any attempt to arrest it ;" and one of the two express instructions which the President gives me in conclusion is, "to say to her Majesty's government that he expects it will take prompt and effective measures to arrest their proceedings.
Page 58 - Commonwealth, duly commissioned and constituted ; and that to his acts and attestations, as such, full faith and credit are and ought to be given, in and out of court.
Page 78 - I avail myself of this opportunity to renew to you, sir, the assurance of my respectful consideration.
Page 4 - Mar cy in a conversation on the 22d of March, 1855; and the only observations which Mr. Marcy made in reply were, that the neutrality laws of the United States would be rigidly enforced, but that any number of persons who desired it might leave the United States and get enlisted in any foreign service.
Page 41 - Whatever detraction from the value of the testimony against Mr. Crampton may result from the attempt to discredit Strobel and Hertz, is much more than made up by the. additional proofs now adduced. This body of strong cumulative evidence confirms the President's former conclusion as to the complicity of Mr. Crampton and the British consuls at New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnati in the illegal enterprise of recruiting soldiers for the British army within the...

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