British and Foreign State Papers

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1924 - Great Britain
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Contents

with
25
NOTIFICATION
31
Consular Fees Amendment
35
London June 18 1921
45
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
46
with
49
73
55
118
62
London July 14 1921
71
India Treaty of Peace Amendment No
100
Treaty of Peace Hungary
102
Egypt Treaty of Peace Ilungary London August 10 1921
113
Denunciation by United States International Conven
127
Treaties of Peace Orders Amendment
128
London October 18 1921
133
Paris July 26 1921 427
134
URUGUAY
136
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT Treaty Great Britain
139
Conclusion of Agreement Belgium and Great Britain
140
Patents and Designs Act 1907 Application
141
RATIFICATION
143
London November 22 1921
145
Application to Hawaiian Islands Convention March
146
ORDER IN COUNCILcontinued
151
CORRESPONDENCE
166
with
172
NOTIFICATION Spain
177
London March 15 1921
182
with
187
International Convention September 26 1906 Phos
189
Disposal of Enemy Tonnage
277
with
289
of Aircraft Crews during 1921
326
with
345
with
360
RATIFICATION
364
April 17 1914
366
Lisbon September 20 1921
367
London March 16 1921
373
London March 16 1921
380
Sweden
385
Economic Rights in Maudated Territories
385
Agreement Suppression of Capitulations in Egypt
390
with
413
RATIFICATIONcontinued
420
ACCESSION TOcontinued
423
Final Protocol Universal Postal Union
457
with
469
FINLAND
505
ACCESSION
531
International Convention October 11 1909 ircula
532
Traffic
533
November 21 1921
534
with
535
International Convention and Protocol September
549
NOTIFICATION
552
DENMARK
554
Supreme Council
557
Note Supreme Councilcontinued
558
PROTOCOL Enforcement of International Convention
561
ECUADOR
562
Convention Noufortification and Neutralisation
563
with
567
with
569
NOTIFICATION
570
CORRESPONDENCE
572
MEXICO
580
AUSTRIA
592
CONSTITUTION
595
France
616
with
628
with
629
LAW
632
DENUNCIATION by France Conventions April 1 1874
635
BELGIUM
637
Convention Economic Union
639
Sweden Notes Renewal of Convention October
654
Protocol Enforcement of International Convention
655
Germany
662
Notes Commercial and Economic Relations
665
LAW Nationality Page
667
New York October 15 1920
672
RATIFICATION
681
Cuba Convention Cuban Consular Officers in Nether
683
Germany Convention and Final Protocol Transfer
687
with
690
ROUMANIA
695
with
696
Czechoslovakia Notes Exchange of Notifications
700
Protocol Exchange of Prisoners
801
Switzerland Treaty and Final Protocol Arbitration
820
United States Treaty Peace
828
with
831
Rome July 14 1918
845
JAPAN
850
withi
854
Great Britain
859
Note Mexico Denunciation by Mexico Treaty
878
Spain
879
Netherlands Notes Provisional Modus Vivendi
880
Madrid December 1 1921
889
PERSIA
901
Revival as regards Hungary Treaty December
907
GREAT BRITAIN
910
Uruguay Treaty Arbitration
912
Poland Convention Defensive Alliance
916
UKRAINE
917
Sweden
951
Denunciation by Roumania Treaty December 1 1908
954
and Spain Customs Duties
956
Spain Customs Duties
957
Spain Exchange of Notes October 1424 1921
959
Note Recognition de jure of Latvia
961
Validity of United States Certificates of Inspection
967
Notes Abolition of Visas
972
ACT OF CONGRESS
974
CUBA
975
Philippine Islands Naturalisation
981
International Convention July 5 1890 Publication
987
International Convention January 23 1912 Opium
988
RATIFICATION International Convention January
989
SWITZERLAND
991
Great Britain c
992
BOLIVIA
995
Despatch Petroleum Situation
996
NOTIFICATION
998
Exchange of Notes July 1819 1921 Denmark
999
Abyssinia Amendment 147
1002
with
1003
ACCESSION
1004
with
1006
PROTOCOL Enforcement of International Convention
1009
with
1010
RUSSIA
1011
January 7 1921 534
1012
with
1013
RATIFICATION International Convention and Protocol
1014
with
1015
ACCESSION
1016
LUXEMBURG
1018
France
1023
NOTIFICATION Belgium Revival by Belgium Con
1024
340
1025
Enforcement of International Convention January
1027
RATIFICATION Internatioval Convention January
1029
NotiFICATION Spain Denunciation by Spain Con
1032
Great Britain Agreement Article 297 e Compensa
1033
Britain Commerce 212
1034
Note Supreme Council
1035
Medical Act 1886 Application to South Africa
1036
China Amendment 149
1037
Iceland Agreement Money Orders
1039
of Peace Treaties and Complementary Agreements
1043
RATIFICATION
1044
United States Treaty Peace
1045
RATIFICATION
1047
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
1050
Brussels July 25 1921 639
1052
September 25 1919
1054
Great Britain c
1055
NICARAGUA
1057
NOTE Supreme Council Recognition de jure of State
1058
PARAGUAY
1060
SERBCROATSLOVENE STATE
1061
Kenya Colony and Protectorate Boundaries
1062
356
1063
562
1064
RATIFICATION Irternational Conveution Jannary
1065
323
1067
RATIFICATION International Convention January
1068
CORRESPONDENCE Foreign Indebtedness of Russia
1071
ITALY
1074
RATIFICATION International Convention January
1076
Convention Nonfortification and Neutralisation
1077
Notes Denunciation by Norway Conventions
1078
343
1087
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