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8. Convention respecting fisheries, boundaries, &c. of the 20th of October 1818; negotiated at London, by Albert Gallatin and Richard Rush on the part of the United States, and Frederick J. Robinson and Henry Goulbourn on the part of Great Britain. Ratifications exchanged at Washington on the 30th of January 1819. By this convention, the provisions of the convention of London of the 3d of July 1815, are continued for ten years.

9. Convention of St. Petersburg of the 12th of July 1822, respecting the meaning of the 1st article of the treaty of Ghent, in relation to an indemnification for slaves taken from the United States during the late war with Great Britain ; negotiated at St. Petersburg, by Henry Middleton on the part of the United States, Count Nesselrode and Count Capodistrias on the part of Russia, and Charles Bagot on the part of Great Britain. Ratifications exchanged on the 10th of January 1823.

10. Convention awarding the amount of indemnification under the St. Petersburg convention of the 13th of November 1826; negotiated at London, by Albert Gallatin on the part of the United States, and William Huskisson and Henry U. Addington on the part of Great Britain. Ratifications exchanged in London on the 6th of February 1827.

11. Decision of commissioners under the 4th article of the treaty of Ghent, respecting certain islands in the bay of Passamaquoddy ; adjusted by John Holmes on the part of the United States, and Thomas Barclay on the part of Great Britain.

12. Declaration of commissioners under 4th article treaty of Ghent.

13. Decision of commissioners under 6th article treaty of Ghent, at Utica, New-York, June 18, 1822.

14. Convention to refer the decision of the 5th article of the treaty of Ghent to a friendly sovereign, negotiated at London, September 1827, by Albert Gallatin for the United States, and Charles Grant and Henry Unwin Addington for Great Britain. Ratified May 14, 1828.

TREATIES WITH PRUSSIA.

1. Of amity and commerce. This treaty bears no special date, but was signed by the negotiators as follows: by B. Franklin at Passy, on the 9th of July 1785; by Thomas Jefferson at Paris, on the 28th of July 1785 ; by John Adains at London, on the 5th of August 1785; and by F. G. D. Thulemeyer at the Hague, on the 10th of September 1785. By the 27th article it was limited to ten years, and expired in 1796. Ratified by Congress on the 17th of May 1786.

2. Of amity and commerce, of the 11th of July 1799; negotiated at Berlin, by John Quincy Adams, Charles William count of Finckenstein, Philip Charles of Alvensleben, and Christian Henry Curce. Ratifications exchanged at Berlin on the 22d of June 1800. By the 27th article, it was limited to ten years, and expired on the 22d of June 1810.

TREATIES WITH SPAIN.

1. Of friendship, limits and navigation, of the 27th of October 1795 ; negotiated at San Lorenzo el Real, by Thomas Pinckney on the part of the United States, and the Prince of Peace for Spain. Ratified on the 3d of March 1796.

2. A convention between his Catholic Majesty and the United States of America, for the indemnification of those who have sustained losses, damages or injuries, in consequence of the excesses of individuals, of either nation, during the late war, contrary to the existing treaty or the laws of nations ; negotiated at Madrid, on the 11th August 1802, by Charles Pinckney on the part of the United States, and Pedro Cevallos on the part of Spain. Ratified by the President and Senate on the 9th January 1804 ; and by the King of Spain on the 9th July 1818.

3. Treaty of amity, settlement and limits, between the United States of America and his Catholic Majesty ; negotiated at Washington, the 22d February 1819, by John Quincy Adams on the part of the United States, and Luis de Onis on the part of Spain. Ratified by the President and Senate on the 22d February 1819, and by the King of Spain on the 24th October 1820.

TREATY WITH RUSSIA.

1. A convention between the United States of America and his Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias; negotiated at St. Petersburg on the 5th—17th day of April, by Henry Middleton on the part of the United States, and Count Nesselrode and Pierre de Poletica on the part of Russia. Ratified on the 12th January 1825.

TREATY WITH DENMARK.

1. General convention of friendship, commerce and navigation, between the United States of America and his Majesty the King of Denmark ; negotiated at Washington, on the 26th April 1826, by Henry Clay on the part of the United States, and Peter Pedersen on the part of Denmark. Ratified on the 10th of August 1826. Convention to be in force ten years.

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BARBARY POWERS.

TREATY WITH MOROCCO.

1. Of peace and friendship, of the 28th June 1786 ; negotiated at Morocco, by Thomas Barclay on the part of the United States, under an appointment from John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, ministers plenipotentiary of the United States at London and Paris. Ratified by Congress on the 18th of July 1787.

TREATIES WITH ALGIERS.

1. Of peace and amity, of the 5th of September 1795; negotiated at Algiers, by Joseph Donaldson, Jun., under an appointment from David Humphreys, commissioner plenipotentiary of the United States. Ratified on the 2d of March 1796. Annulled by war.

2. Treaty of peace and amity, of June 30, 1815, concluded by Commodore Decatur and William Shaler on the part of the United States of America, and his Highness Omar Pashaw, Dey of Algiers. Ratified by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, on the 26th December 1815.

RENEWED TREATY WITH ALGIERS.

3. Treaty of peace and amity, December 23, 1816, concluded by W. Shaler and I. Chauncey on the part of the United States, and the Dey and Regency of Algiers.

TREATIES WITH TRIPOLI.

1. Of peace and friendship, of the 4th of November 1796; negotiated by Joel Barlow, under an appointment from David Humphreys, commissioner plenipotentiary of the United States. Ratified on the 10th of June 1797. Annulled by

war.

2. Of peace and amity, of the 4th of June 1805; negotiated at Tripoli, by Tobias Lear, on the part of the United States. Ratified on the 17th of April 1806.

TREATIES WITH TUNIS.

1. Of peace and friendship, of the 26th March 1799 ; negotiated by Joseph S. Famin, chargé d'affaires, &c., and as to certain alterations, by William Eaton and James Leander Cathcart. Ratified on the 10th of January 1800.

2. Altered articles in the foregoing treaty of peace and friendship with Tripoli.

NEW NATIONS OF SOUTH AMERICA.

TREATY WITH COLOMBIA.

1. General convention of peace, amity, navigation and commerce, of October 3, 1824 ; negotiated at Bogota, by Richard Clough Anderson on the part of the United States, and Pedro Gual on the part of the Republic of Colombia. Ratified May 31, 1825.

TREATY WITH CENTRAL AMERICA.

1. Convention of peace, amity, commerce and navigation, of the 5th of December 1825, between the United States and the Federation of the Centre of America; negotiated at Washington, by Henry Clay on the part of the United States, and Antonio Jose Canas on the part of the Federation of the Centre of America. Ratifications exchanged at Guatimala, on the 2d of August 1826.

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