The Treaties of 1785, 1799, and 1828 between the United States and Prussia, as Interpreted in Opinions of Attorneys General, Decisions of Courts, and Diplomatic Correspondence

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TEXTS OF THE TREATIES:
Treaty of Amity and Commerce concluded September 10, 17853
Treaty of Amity and Commerce concluded July 11, 179926
Treaty of Commerce and Navigation concluded May 1, 182850
DECISIONS OF FEDERAL COURTS:
The Bark Elwine Kreplin, 4 Benedict, 41367
The Elwine Kreplin, 9 Blatchford, 43874
Ex Parte Newman, 14 Wallace, 15282
United States v. Diekelman, 92 U. S. 52093
North German Lloyd S. S. Co. v. Hedden, Collector, 43 Fed. Rep. 17100
Terlinden v. Ames, 184 U. S. 270109
Disconto Gesellschaft v. Umbreit, 208 U. S. 570117
The Steamship Appam, 243 U. S. 124124
OPINIONS OF ATTORNEYS GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES:
Opinion of August 19, 1868, in the case of the Deserters from the Prussian Frigate Niobe137
Opinion of September 19, 1885, on Tonnage Duty141
Opinion of November 13, 1894, on the Duty on Imported Salt142
PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, AUGUST 22, 1870 (EXTRACT)147
DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE:
Claims relative to tonnage dues:
The German Minister to the Secretary of State, August 3, 1885151
The Secretary of State to the German Minister, November 7, 1885152
The German Secretary of Legation to the Secretary of State, November 17, 1885153
The German Minister to the Secretary of State, February 16, 1886154
The Secretary of State to the German Minister, March 4, 1886156
The German Minister to the Secretary of State, August 1, 1886157
Case of the William P. Frye:
The Secretary of State to Ambassador Gerard, March 31, 1915160
Ambassador Gerard to the Secretary of State, April 5, 1915161
The Secretary of State to Ambassador Gerard, April 28, 1915163
Ambassador Gerard to the Secretary of State, June 7, 1915164
The Secretary of State to Ambassador Gerard, June 24, 1915166
Ambassador Gerard to the Secretary of State, July 30, 1915170
The Secretary of State to Ambassador Gerard, August 10, 1915173
Ambassador Gerard to the Secretary of State, September 20, 1915175
The Secretary of State to Ambassador Gerard, October 12, 1915177
Ambassador Gerard to the Secretary of State, December 2, 1915179

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Prefatory Note v
  • Contents vii
  • Texts of the Treaties 1
  • Decisions of Federal Courts 67
  • Opinions of Attorneys General of the United States 137
  • Tonnage Duty 141
  • Tonnage Duty 142
  • Extracts from a Proclamation by the President of the United States, August 22, 18701 147
  • Diplomatic Correspondence 149
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