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Treaties and conventions concluded between the United States of America and other powers, since July 4, 1776. With notes showing what treaties or parts of treaties have been abrogated, and decisions thereupon by United States

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Written in English


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Prepared in the Dept. of state. Hamilton Fish, secretary

Series41st Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Ex. doc. 36, Senate executive document (United States. Congress (41st, 3rd session). Senate) -- 41st Congress, 3rd session, no. 36
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of State
The Physical Object
Pagination912 p.
Number of Pages912
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14722473M
LC Control Number09009831

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