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" ... the treaty concluded with Spain, which it appears to annul, because by this the United States acknowledge that no other nation can navigate upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain. Notwithstanding the legitimacy of these motives, the suspension... "
The Journal of Andrew Ellicott,: Late Commissioner on Behalf of the United ... - Página 100
por Andrew Ellicott - 1803 - 451 páginas
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession ...

1815
...and frequent the posts belonging to the said States, situated on the rivers in general, lakes, Sec. being a manifest contradiction to the treaty concluded...United States with all the necessary veracity, and intimuted by our orders to the commissary of limits, as well as to the commandant of the detachment...
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

1817
...States acknowledge that the English may freely navigate and frequent the posts belonging to 'the said states, situated on the rivers in general, lakes,...veracity, and intimated by our orders to the commissary of limits, as well as to the commandant of the detachment of American troops now at Natchez. We are now...
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The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States ..., Volumen3

Joseph Gales - 1851
...the said States, situated on the rivers in general, lakes, &c., being a manifest contradiction with the treaty concluded with Spain, which it appears...veracity, and intimated by our orders to the commissary of limits, as well as to the commandant of the detachment of American troops now at Natchez. We are now...
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Annals of the Congress of the United States, Parte3

United States. Congress - 1851
...the said States, situated on the rivers in general, lakes, &c.. being a manifest contradiction with the treaty concluded with Spain, which it appears...Spain. Notwithstanding the legitimacy of these motives, ihe suspension has been represented to the Congress of the United States with all the necessary veracity,...
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The Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - 1851
...treaty concluded with Spain, which it appears to annul ; because, by this, the United States acknowledse that no other nation can navigate upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain. These hostile dispositions can naturally only concern these provinces, because the United States are...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1898
...adds, " appears to annul" the treaty with his Catholic Majesty, by which the United States acknowledged that " no other nation can navigate upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain.3 Secretary Pickering regarded the expectation of a rupture between the United States and France...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1898
...adds, " appears to annul" the treaty with his Catholic Majesty, by which the United States acknowledged that " no other nation can navigate upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain.3 Secretary Pickering regarded the expectation of a rupture between the United States and France...
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Encyclopedia of Mississippi History: Comprising Sketches of ..., Volumen2

Dunbar Rowland - 1907
...United States had made a treaty with Great Britain apparently annulling the treaty with Spain, in which "the United States acknowledge that no other nation...upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain. . . . We are now informed that a detachment of the army of the United States cantoned on the Ohio are...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1898
...adds, " appears to annul" the treaty with his Catholic Majesty, by which the United States acknowledged that " no other nation can navigate upon the Mississippi without the consent of Spain.3 Secretary Pickering regarded the expectation of a rupture between the United States and France...
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