Documents Relating to the Controversy over Neutral Rights between the United States and France, 1797-1800

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Contents
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Prefatory Noteiii
List of Authoritiesvii
Extract from Notes to Treaties and Conventions, 1889, relating to the United States and France1
Extracts from Messages of President Adams, and Replies of the Senate and House:
Special Session Message, May 16, 179727
Address of the Senate, May 23, 179733
Reply of the President, May 24, 179736
Address of the House of Representatives, June 2, 179737
Reply of the President, June 3, 179739
First Annual Address, November 22, 179740
Address of the Senate, November 27, 179741
Reply of the President, November 28, 179743
Address of the House of Representatives, November 28, 179743
Reply of the President, November 29, 179744
Second Annual Address, December 8, 179845
Address of the Senate, December 11, 179847
Reply of the President, December 12, 179848
Address of the House of Representatives, December 13, 179849
Reply of the President, December 14, 179651
Third Annual Address, December 3, 179952
Address of the Senate, December 9, 179953
Address of the House of Representatives, December 9, 179953
Reply of the President, December 10, 179955
Fourth Annual Address, November 22, 180055
Address of the House of Representatives, November 26, 180056
Reply of the President, November 27, 180057
Acts of Congress:
An Act more effectually to protect the Commerce and Coasts of the United States, May 28, 179859
An Act to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France, and the dependencies thereof, June 13, 179859
An Act to authorize the defence of the Merchant vessels of the United States against French depredations, June 25, 179862
An Act in addition to the act more effectually to protect the Commerce and Coasts of the United States, June 28, 179864
An Act respecting Alien Enemies, July 6, 1796 66
An Act to declare the treaties heretofore concluded with France, no longer obligatory on the United States, July 7, 179868
An Act further to protect the Commerce of the United States, July 9, 1798.68
An Act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France, and the dependencies thereof, February 27, 180071
An Act to continue in force the act intituled "An act to authorize the defence of the merchant vessels of the United States against French depredations," April 22, 180076

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Prefatory Note iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Authorities vii
  • Extract from Notes to Treaties and Conventions, 1889, Relating to the United States and France 1
  • Extracts from Messages of President Adams, and Replies of the Senate and House 27
  • Acts of Congress 59
  • Proclamations 77
  • Appendix 81
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