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1827, for regulating the reference to arbitration of the disputed points of boundary under the fifth article of the treaty of Ghent. n. p. n. d. Folio. pp. lv, 41. (Appendix), ii, unpaged, 30.

[5743 State of Maine. January session. 1828. Document No. 13. Re

port of the joint select committee of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Maine, in relation to the north eastern boundary of the state. Printed by order of the Legisla

Portland: Thomas Todd, Printer to the State. 1828. 8vo. pp. 59.

[5744 Prepared by John G. Deane, Esq. Has an appendix of 56 pp., containing 34 documents. Another edition has a report of Charles S. Daveis, the agent

appointed by Maine. See Daveis, Charles S. Document relating to the north eastern boundary. 1828. 8vo. pp. 275.

[5745 Report concerning aggressions upon the rights of the State. 1828.

See Daveis, Charles S. Article upon. In No. Amer. Rev. 1828. See Hale, Nathan. Correspondence concerning the north eastern boundary of the

United States. Mr. Clay to Mr. Vaughan. Am. Reg. 4: (pt. 2) 56. (1827-29).

(5746 Consists of correspondence between Mr. Clay, secretary of state and Mr. Vaughan, British minister and envoy extraordinary; W. B. Lawrence, chargé d'affaires, Lord Dudley and Lord Aberdeen concerning the North

Eastern boundary. The different letters are dated 1828. Speech of the governor of Maine to both branches of the Legisla

ture, January 8, 1829. Printed by order of the Senate. Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd, State Printer, Union Street. 1829. 8vo. pp. 12.

[5747 Report of committee, T. Boutelle, p.5. Message from the president of the United States, (John Quincy

Adams) transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 5th of January, 1829, in relation to the arrest and trial, in the British province of New Brunswick, of John Baker. Washington: 1829. 8vo. pp. 88.

[5748 This message is dated “Washington, 21st January 1829, ” and contains an elaborate series of letters between Henry Clay, then secretary of state,

and the British minister and others. Correspondence between Great Britain and the United States re

specting the question of territorial jurisdiction and boundary, between the province of New Brunswick and the state of Maine; and the arrest and trial of John Baker, by the British authorities, 1825-28, transmitted in a message of the president of the United States to Congress, 21st January, 1829. Svo. pp. iv, 127.

[5749 MAINE, Continued.

Definitive Statement, on the part of the United States, of the case

referred, in pursuance of the convention of 29th September, 1827, between the said States and Great Britain, to His Majesty the king of the Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Printed, but not published. Washington: 1829. fol. pp. vi, 96. [5750

Prepared by Albert Gallatin and William P. Preble. Appendix to the two statements on the part of the United States,

respecting the disputed points of boundary between the United States and Great Britain, referred to His Majesty, the king of the Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Written and printed evidence adduced on the part of the United States. n. p. n. d. fol. pp. ix, 447. (Two folded maps.)

[5751 Decision of the arbiter, the king of Holland. Protest. (By Wil

liam P. Preble, the minister plenipotentiary and envoy extraordinary of the United States of America, against the decision of the arbiter.) n. d. n. p. Folio. pp. 15.

(5752 Decision, 1-13. Protest, 14-16. Examination of the decision of the commissioners. 1829. See

Sulspicius. The Boundary Question, (with map). 1829. See Head, Sir George. Foreign Relations. Ann. Reg. 6: 44. (1830-31.)

[5753 Maine. Governor's message and documents on the subject of the

doings of the arbiter, with the report of the committee of the Legislature, in relation to the north eastern boundary. Printed by order of the Legislature. Todd and Holden, Printers. 1831. 8vo. pp. 52.

[5754 Statement on the part of the United States of the case referred, in

pursuance of the convention of 29th September, 1827, between the said States and Great Britain to His Majesty, the king of the Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Printed but not published. Washington: Printed at the office of the United States Telegraph, 1829. fol. pp. 45. (Signed by Albert Gallatin and William P. Preble.)

[5755 With first and second statements on the part of Great Britain, according to the provisions of the convention concluded between Great Britain and the United States on the 29 September, 1827, for regulating the reference to arbitration of the disputed points of boundary under the fifth article of the treaty of Ghent. The whole concluding with the decision of the arbiter, and the protest of Wm. P. Preble, as minister plenipotentiary to the

Netherlands, dated 12 January, 1831.
The Decision of the king of the Netherlands. 1831. See Preble,

Wm. P.
The Northeastern and Northern Boundary. 1831. See Hale, Na-

than.

pp. 8.

Remarks upon the disputed points. 1831. See Chipman, Ward. History of, (or general views of affairs in the United States). Ann. Reg. 7:12. (1831-32.)

(5756 Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Maine respecting the

advice of the king of the Netherlands in relation to the north eastern boundary. Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd. 1832. 8vo. pp. 8.

[5757 With appointment of Hon. William P. Preble as agent under the resolve. Special Message of Governor Lincoln to the Legislature of Mas

sachusetts, March 17, 1832, and correspondence between him and the governor of Maine in relation to the negotiations for the territory north east of the St. John. Boston: Dutton & Wentworth, Printers to the State. No. 4, Exchange St. 1832. 8vo.

[5758 Report of the decision of the king of the Netherlands, with resolves of the Legislature. Augusta: 1832. Svo.

[5759 Report of the committee of public lands, on the subject of the north eastern boundary. Boston. 1832. 8vo.

[5760 Report of the joint select committee of the Legislature of Maine,

on so much of the governor's message as relates to the north eastern boundary. Augusta: 1832. 8vo.

[5761 Documents relating to the north eastern boundary, communicated

by the governor of Maine to both branches of the Legislature, January, 1832. Printed by order of the Senate. Augusta: I.

Berry & Co., Printers to the State. 1832. 8vo. pp. 35. [5762 Copy of the entire controversy, arguments and proofs. 25 vols. fol. Manuscript, accompanied by a portfolio of maps.

[5763 In State library. North Eastern Boundary. (North Am. Rev.) 1832. See Daveis,

Charles S. Speech on, in U. S. Senate. 1832. See Clay, Henry. Speech on rights of Maine. In U. S. Senate. 1832. See Sprague,

Peleg. North Eastern Boundary Question. (1832.) See Leon, Pseud. Debate on the Maine boundary. House of Representatives, December 24, 1834. Niles' Reg. 47:296. (1835.)

[5764 Maine and Its Boundaries. 1835. See Clay, Henry. North Eastern Territory of the United States. Resolutions of the

Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, upon the subject of the North-eastern territory of the United States, the title to which, is still claimed by Great Britain. Washington: 1836. 8vo. pp. 2.

[5765 These resolutions were passed March 14, 1836, and laid before the House in Congress, April 5, 1836.

MAINE, Continued.

Twenty-fourth Congress. (414.) 1st session. Message from the

president of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate) sundry documents relating to the north eastern boundary of the United States. June 15, 1836.

Read, June 23, 1836. Ordered to be printed. 8vo. pp. 54. [5766 North Eastern Boundary. North American Review. 43: 413. (1836.)

[5767 Letters concerning the dispute. 1837. See Cushing, Caleb. Twenty-fifth Congress. 1st session. House of Representatives.

Executive Document No. 31. North eastern boundary. Message from the president of the United States transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of the 31st inst. upon the subject of the north eastern boundary of the United States. September 26, 1837. Svo. pp. 32.

[5768 Sixteen documents, from March 30, 1837 to Aug. 10, 1837. Message of the president of the United States transmitting the

information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th January, 1838, in relation to the imprisonment of Mr. Greely, at Fredericton, in the British Province of New Brunswick, etc. Washington. 1838. 8vo. pp. 438. [5769

In addition to the papers relating to the matter of Mr. Greely's imprisonment, this volume contains a reprint of all papers previously published

connected with the boundary question. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Senate, No. 67. Reports and

resolves in relation to the north eastern boundary, March 20, 1838. 8vo. pp. 76. (2 maps.)

(5770 Report of joint committee on public lands, signed by Charles Hud

son, for the committee, with appendix consisting of an agreement between the United States and the State of Maine, signed by Edward Livingston, Louis McLain, William P. Preble, Reuel Williams, and Nicholas Emery.

[5771 Twenty-fifth Congress. Second session. Senate 319. Message

from the president of the United States transmitting all the correspondence between the United States and Great Britain on the subject of the north eastern boundary, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate. March 21, 1838. Ordered to be printed. 8vo. pp. 33.

[5772 Twenty-fifth Congress. Second session. Senate. (431.) Reports

and resolutions from a committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts in relation to the north eastern boundary. May 10, 1838. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Svo. pp. 37. (1 map.)

[5773 Speech on, in House of Representatives. 1838. See Fairfield, John. Speech on, in House of Representatives. 1838. See Evans, George. Twenty-fifth Congress. 2d session. Senate. No. 502. In Senate

of the United States. July 4, 1838. Report of the committee on foreign relations. 8vo. pp. 16. (2 maps.)

[5774 Concerning survey of the north eastern boundary. Speech in the U. S. Senate on running and marking the line. 1838.

See Williams, Reuel. A Correspondence relating to the boundary between the British

possessions in North America and the U. S. under the treaty of 1783. Subsequently to the reference to arbitration of the disputed points of boundary under the convention of 29 Sept. 1827, and the fifth article of the treaty of Ghent. London: Printed by J. Harrison & Son. n. d. (1838.) Fol. pp. 100, 15. (Map.)

[5775 Succinct Account of the treaties and negotiations between Great

Britain and the United States of America, relating to the boundary between the British possessions of Lower Canada and New Brunswick in North America and the United States of America. (London, 1838.) 8vo. pp. 207.

[5776 This important work does not appear to have been published. It has no separate title-page. The conclusion is signed " A. Stuart, 14 July, 1838." Remarks on. 1838. See Head, George E. Remarks on the disputed (British) north western boundary. 1838.

See Yule, Capt. Patrick. Proceedings and Correspondence relating to the pretensions of the

State of Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and to the question of jurisdiction within the disputed territory from 1831 to 1837. London. (1838.) Fol. pp. 192.

[5777 State of Maine. Message of Governor Edward Kent to the Legis

lature. Council chamber, Jan. 2, 1839, together with 22 documents, including a report of Charles S. Daveis, and the commissioners' report, signed by John G. Deane, M. P. Norton and James Irish. 8vo. pp. 113.

[5778 Twenty-fifth Congress. Third session. House of Representatives.

Executive document No. 181. Territorial relations. United States and Great Britain. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a report of the secretary of state touching the territorial relations of the United States and Great Britain on this continent. Feb. 11, 1839. Read, March 2, 1839. Ordered to be printed. 8vo. pp. 146.

[5779 Letter on determining conflicting claims by scientific principles.

1839. See Lee, John. The Maine Boundary Question. Dem. Rev. 5: 342. (1839.) [5780 The Disputed Territory. Fam. Mag. 6:408. (1839.) (Map.) [5781

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