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SWEDEN.

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ORDINANCE, promulgating the Treaty with Great Britain for the

suppression of the Slave Trade. .21st July, 1825... 661

CORRESPONDENCE with Great Britain, relating to the

Slave Trade............

.1826... 258

CONVENTION with The Netherlands, relative to the abolition of
the “ Droits de Détraction,"

Brussels, 26th October, 1826... 789
Speech of the King, on the Opening of the Storthing of
Norway............

... 12th February, 1827... 748

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation with Prussia.

Stockholm, 14th March, 1827.... 736

PROCLAMATION, placing Netherland Vessels on the footing of

National Vessels.............16th May, 1827... 741

CONVENTION with Turkey, relative to the Navigation of the

Black Sea......Constantinople, 28th May, 1827... 726

with The Netherlands, relative to the restitution

of Maritime Deserters.

Stockholm, 29th May, 1827... 790

UNITED STATES.

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Act of Congress, relative to the adjustment of Claims upon

Great Britain, under the 1st Article of the Treaty of
Ghent ...

.....2d March, 1827... 662
CORRESPONDENCE with Great Britain, relative to Colonial

Trade, &c..........Oct. 1822 to Nov. 1826... 500

with Great Britain, relative to Commercial

Intercourse with the British West India

Colonies.... August 1826 to January 1827... 462

with Great Britain, relative to do...

June to Oct. 1827... 976

with Great Britain and Brazil, relating to

the Impressment of Seamen from on board

American Vessels .........May, June, 1826... 832

with The Netherlands, relating to

Discriminating Duties..........1825, 1826... 1062

with Brazil, respecting the Brazilian Blockade

of Buenos Ayres, and the Banda Oriental.

1825, 1826...1165

LETTERS of the Secretary of the Treasury, relative to the

Proclamation prohibiting Intercourse with certain

British Colonies......................March, April 1827...1207

LETTER of Captain Elliott to the Secretary of the Navy,

respecting the proposed search of American Vessels

for Deserters, by a French Naval Commander at

Rio de Janeiro........ ............. 11th June, 1826...1190

Message to Congress, relating to the Impressment of Seamen

from on board American Vessels.

15th January, 1827... 831

...to do.... transmitting Correspondence with The

Netherlands, relating to Discriminating

Duties........... .18th January, 1827..,1061

....to do.... on the Opening of the Session.

4th December, 1827... 838

PROCLAMATION, prohibiting Intercourse with certain British

Colonial Ports ...... 17th March, 1827...664, 1207

abolishing the Foreign Discriminating Duties

of Tonnage and Impost, in favour of Roman

Vessels......

.......7th June, 1827...1206

REPORT from the War Department........ 28th November, 1826...1079

from the Navy Department .........2d December, 1826...1165

... of the Secretary of the Treasury, containing the

Annual Account of the state of the Finances.

12th December, 1826... 910

BRITISH AND FOREIGN

State Papers.

SPEECA of the Lords Commissioners, on the Closing of the

British Parliament, July 2nd, 1827.

My Lords, and Gentlemen, We are commanded by His Majesty to express to you the satisfaction which His Majesty feels in being enabled, by the state of the publick business, to release you from further attendance in Parliament.

His Majesty directs us to inform you, that He continues to receive from all Foreign Powers assurances of their earnest desire to cultivate relations of friendship with His Majesty ; and that His Majesty's best efforts, as well as His Majesty's Communications with His Allies, are unceasingly directed to the termination of existing Hostilities, and to the maintenance of general Peace. Gentlemen of the Housc of Commons,

His Majesty commands us to thank you for the Supplies which you have granted for the Service of the present Year, and to assure you that His Majesty has given directions for a careful revision of the Fi. nancial state of the Country, with a view to every diminution of Expenditure which may be found consistent with the necessary demands of the Pablic Service, and with the permanent interests, good faith, and honour of the Nation. My Lords, and Gentlemen,

His Majesty is confident that you participate with His Majesty in the pleasure which His Majesty derives from the indications of a gradual revival of employment in the Manufacturing Districts.

His Majesty trusts that, although your deliberations on the Corn Laws have not led, during the present Session, to a permanent settlement of that importaut Question, the consideration of it will be resumed by you early in the ensuing Session, and that such an arrangement of it may finally be adopted as shall satisfy the reasonable wishes, and reconcile the substantial interests, of all classes of His Majesty's Subjects.

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