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Modus vivendi.--.

Conclusion...

Question 4:

Customs entries and light and harbor dues in non-treaty waters.-

Contention of Great Britain.--

Exclusion in 1818.

Treaty provision discussed.

Absence of complaint.---

Canadian orders in council

Regulations are reasonable

Conclusion

Question 5:

The question --

History of the question.-

Variations in United States contention

United States view, 1779–1782_

Delaware Bay, 1793.

United States contentions, 1804

Convention of 1806_

Practice of United States fishermen, 1818_

Lyman's diplomacy cited ---

Measurement from shores of bay, 1839_

Diplomatic correspondence, 1836-1811.

Bay of Fundy, 1843–1845..

Bay of Fundy conceded, 1845.

Boundary in the Pacific, 1816_

British attitude. 1852

Notice issued by Mr. Webster, 1852.

Debates in Congress, 1852

Bay of Fundy, 1856_--

Proposals for renewal of reciprocity treaty, 1866_

Colonial secretary's instructions to naval officers_

Treaty of 1871.--

United States proposal, 1886.-

Canadian reply

Convention of 1888.

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