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Page xcix - WP VAN NESS. NATHANIEL PENDLETON, Esq. In the evening of the same day I received from him the following answer : No. XI June 26, 1804. SIR, I have communicated the letter which you did me the honour to write to me of this date, to General Hamilton.
Page xxiv - Privy Council, to order and declare, and it is hereby ordered and declared, that...
Page liv - Indies, in favour of his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy; and...
Page xli - Article 2. There shall be peace and friendship between His Britannic Majesty and His Majesty the King of the Hejaz and of Nejd and its Dependencies.
Page xxxvii - President be authorized to give such instructions to the officers of the revenue, and of the navy and revenue cutters of the United States, as shall appear best adapted for carrying the same into full effect...
Page xxix - Now, therefore, His Majesty, by and with the advice of - His Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows: 1.
Page lxxxviii - All the places and forts in the kingdom of Portugal, occupied by the French troops, shall be delivered up to the British army, in the state in which they are at the period of the signature of the present Convention.
Page lxiii - We have it in command from his Majesty to express to you the great satisfaction which he derives from being enabled, by putting an end to the present session of parliament, to terminate the laborious attendance which the public business has required of you.