International Arbitration, from Athens to Locarno

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APPENDIX A
LIST OF ARBITRAL AND OTHER JUDICIAL TRIBUNALS FUNCTIONING BETWEEN NATIONS FROM 1794
November 19, 1794. Great Britain and United States of America, St. Croix
River Boundary. ( Darby, International Tribunals, 769.)
November 19, 1794. Great Britain and United States, Recovery of Debts.
( Darby, 769.)
November 19, 1794. Great Britain and United States, Maritime Seizures and the Rights of Neutrals. ( Darby, 770.)
October 27, 1795. Spain and United States, Maritime Captures. ( Darby, 770.)
January 26, 1797. Austria, Prussia and Russia, Liquidations. ( Darby, 771.)
January 26, 1797. Austria, Prussia and Russia, Polish Debts. ( Darby, 771.)
August 11, 1802. Spain and United States, Mutual Claims. ( Darby, 771.)
May 30, 1814. Allied Powers and France, Pecuniary Claims. ( Darby, 773.)
May 30, 1814. France and Russia, Mutual Pecuniary Claims. ( Darby, 771.)
December 24, 1814. Great Britain and United States, Northeastern Boundary Question. ( Darby, 772.)
December 24, 1814. Great Britain and United States, Northern Boundary of the United States. ( Darby, 772.)
December 24, 1814. Great Britain and United States, Questions of Territory.
( Darby, 772.)
December 24, 1814, and September 29, 1827. Great Britain and United States, Northeastern Boundary Question. ( Darby, 772.)
March 24, 1815. Allied States and German Princes, Charges on Navigation of the Rhine. ( Recueil des arbitrages, I, 218.)
May 18, 1815. Prussia, etc., and Saxony, Territorial Arrangements. ( Darby, 773.)
May 31, 1815. Allied Powers and the y, Personal Claims. ( Darby, 773-74.)
May 31, 1815. Nassau and Prussia, Cession of Territory. ( Darby, 774.)
July 18, 1815. Tessin and Uri, Tolls in the Levantine Valley. ( Recueil des arbitrages, I, 269.)
November 20, 1815. Allied Powers and France, Pecuniary Claims. ( Darby, 774.)
November 20, 1815. France and Great Britain, Private Pecuniary Claims. ( Darby, 774.)
November 20, 1815. France and the Netherlands, Arrears of Interest. ( Darby, 775.)
October 20, 1818. Great Britain and United States, Obligation as to Slaves. ( Darby, 775.)
July 12, 1822. Great Britain and United States, Amount of Indemnity. ( Darby, 775.)
March 12, 1823. Great Britain and Spain, Mutual Claims. ( Darby, 776.)

May 5, 1829. Brazil and Great Britain, Maritime Captures. ( Darby, 776.)

July 19, 1830. Buenos Aires ( Argentina) and Great Britain, Acts of War. ( Darby, 776.)

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