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Fri Mar 21 17:06:46 2014 UTClccn-n851857660.00Papers, 1779-17980.861.00The Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs : to whom was referred a letter of the 21st March last, from Richard Soderstrom, reports154699609n 851857661782427United States. Dept. of Foreign AffairsUnited States. Foreign Affairs, Department ofUnited States. Department of Statelccn-n79088877Jay, John1745-1829lccn-n80039712United StatesContinental Congresslccn-n96087719Walker, Benjamin1753-1818trlnp-soderstrom, richardSoderstrom, Richardlccn-n78095330United Stateslccn-n89111918Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n80089503American Society of International Lawlccn-n80126198United StatesDepartment of Statelccn-n86053374Dunlap, John1747-1812prtlccn-n92035148Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)United StatesDepartment of Foreign AffairsTreatiesHistoryConference proceedingsUnited StatesNeutralityWorld War (1914-1918)Diplomatic and consular service, AmericanInternational relationsConsulsEconomicsFranceTariff--Law and legislationMaritime lawWilliam P. Frye (Ship)Appam (Ship)Diplomatic and consular service, FrenchAlgeriaConfederation of the United States (1783-1789)Consular lawStates' rights (American politics)CommerceUnited States.--Department of Foreign AffairsGreat BritainBoundariesPiratesDiplomatic historyTechnical assistance, AmericanTechnologyDeveloping countriesNew HampshireHarbors--Law and legislationInland navigation--Law and legislationCommercial lawMassachusettsMexicoHarbors--Port chargesThomson, Charles,Counterfeits and counterfeitingDiplomatic privileges and immunitiesJones, John Paul,TariffNew York (State).--LegislatureTobaccoAvery, John,Adams, John,SlaveryNew York (State).--Governor (1795-1801 : Jay)Treaty of Paris (1763)Connecticut.--Governor (1786-1796 : Huntington)Jay, John,New York (State)Jefferson, Thomas,Political science17851787178918761882189711453398940.32Z12151556ocn062839563file17850.81United StatesState of the duties payable by vessels of the United States of America, in the ports of Marseilles, Bayonne, L'Orient, and Dunkirk998ocn062839560file17850.88United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, October 13, 1785. the Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred back his report of the 19th ult. respecting consuls, accompanied with a motion of the same date ; reports, that agreeable to what he conceives to be the design of this re-reference, he has endeavoured to contract the plan contained in that report, and to adapt it more immediately to our present circumstances. ... All which is submitted to the wisdom of Congress. John Jay998ocn062839561file17850.88United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, September 19, 1785. the Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in obedience to the order of Congress of August 9, 1785, respecting the number of consuls necessary to be appointed, and for what foreign ports, reports, that in his opinion it would be expedient to have consuls in ... All which is submitted to the wisdom of Congress. John Jay998ocn062839554file17850.88United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 13th May, 1785. the Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred a letter of the 21st March last, from Richard Soderstrom, reports as his opinion, that no state is obliged by the laws of nations to receive or admit consuls from any foreign state ; and consequently every sovereign has a right to admit them on such terms and conditions only as he may think proper. ... All which is submitted to the wisdom of Congress. John Jay997ocn062839559file17850.88United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, July 4, 1785. the secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred a copy of the convention respecting French and American consuls, reports, that the convention ... having been formally executed by French and American plenipotentiaries, nothing is wanting to perfect that compact, but the ratifications specified in the 16th article.866ocn062839562file17850.92United StatesThe secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred the papers herewith enclosed, respecting the eastern boundary line of the said states, reports866ocn062839558book17850.93United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 7th October, 1785. the secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred the representation of certain French merchants, against the acts of New-Hampshire and Massachusetts for regulating navigation and commerce, &c. reports846ocn062839556file17850.92United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 29th September, 1785. the secretary of the United States, for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in obedience to the order of Congress, reports the draft of an ordinance for the trial of piracies and felonies committed on the high seas836ocn062839557file17870.93United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 6th April, 1787. the secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in pursuance of the order of Congress directing him to report the draft of a letter to the states, to accompany the resolutions in his reports of 13th October last, on a letter of 6th March, 1786, from the Honorable John Adams, Esq ; reports the following, viz.Treaties803ocn062839555file17850.93United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 20th October, 1785. the secretary of the United States for the Deparment of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred his letter of 13th instant, to His Excellency the president, and one from Chevalier Jones, to him of 6th August last, with a copy of a letter, from Mr. Soulanges, to the judges and consuls at Nantes, informing that the Algerines had declared war against the United States : and also a motion of the Honorable Mr. Pinckney, of 17th October instant--reportsHistory194ocn065987663book17870.88The Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in pursuance of the order of Congress directing him to report the draft of a letter to the states, to accompany the resolutions in his reports of 13th October last, on a letter of 6th March, 1786, from the honorable John Adams, Esq.Treaties183ocn837467442file17850.47United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 20th October, 1785 : The secretary of the United States for the Deparment of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred his letter of 13th instant, to His Excellency the president, and one from Chevalier Jones, to him of 6th August last, with a copy of a letter, from Mr. Soulanges, to the judges and consuls at Nantes, informing that the Algerines had declared war against the United States:History92ocn020148891book0.47United StatesDiplomatic correspondence between the United States and belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and commerce81ocn831399155com17870.47United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 6th April, 1787 : The secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in pursuance of the order of Congress directing him to report the draft of a letter to the states, to accompany the resolutions in his reports of 13th October last, on a letter of 6th March, 1786, from the honorable John Adams, Esq; reports the following, viz71ocn831397993com17850.47United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 7th October, 1785 : The secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred the representation of certain French merchants, against the acts of New-Hampshire and Massachusetts for regulating navigation and commerce, &c. reports71ocn831398911com17850.47United StatesThe secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs, to whom was referred the papers herewith enclosed, respecting the eastern boundary line of the said states, reports71ocn831398009com17850.47United StatesOffice for Foreign Affairs, 29th September, 1785 : The secretary of the United States, for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in obedience to the order of Congress, reports the draft of an ordinance for the trial of piracies and felonies committed on the high seas31ocn024526677book0.81United StatesDespatches from U.S. ministers to Mexico, 1823-1906Hand-written letters in English ; some Spanish newspapers and other Spanish printed documents included11ocn756155030book19770.98National Meeting on Science and Technology for DevelopmentEdited transcript of November 17, 1976 meeting : preparation for 1979 UN Conference on Science and Technology for DevelopmentConference proceedings11ocn054181853book17851.00United StatesThe Secretary of the United States for the Department of Foreign Affairs : to whom was referred a letter of the 21st March last, from Richard Soderstrom, reports706ocn055833791book17890.90United StatesCongress of the United States begun and held at the city of New-York, on Wednesday, the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine. : An act for establishing an executive department, to be denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs151ocn837434010file17890.47Congress of the United States : begun and held at the city of New-York, on Wednesday, the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine. : An act for establishing an executive department, to be denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs : An act for establishing an executive department, to be denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs. begun and held at the city of New-York, on Wednesday, the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine11ocn191259458bookJay, JohnThis collection of papers is made up mostly of circulars sent by Jay, as Secretary of Foreign Affairs, to the Governor of Connecticut, for 1785 to 1788. These circulars, signed by Jay, were not written in his hand. Many of the circulars relay letters or extracts of letters by other persons and inform the recipients of current affairs and political issues. Unfortunately, some of the circulars only state their subject and the enclosure elaborating on the issues are missing01ocn054829733visuUnited StatesOpportunities to join the U.S. Department of StateSecretary of State Colin L. Powell urges those interested in joining the Department of State to register for the Foreign Service ExamFri Mar 21 15:17:56 EDT 2014batch17454