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[5782 Communication signed “A Citizen of the United States," to Galignani's Messenger of Friday, April 12, (1839), Morning edition, folio. On the following page is a map of the region in dispute, showing the line claimed by the United States; the line as settled by the king of the Netherlands, and the line as defined by Great Britain. See Pierce's Life of Sumner, 1: 89, for
Sumner's account of it.
of Lower Canada and New Brunswick, and the United States of
[5783 The foregoing paper was first printed in 1830. The present has been thought a fit occasion to reprint it for publication. Montreal, Sept. 23, 1839. Message from the president of the United States, communicating,
in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, copies of the correspondence in relation to the north eastern boundary and the jurisdiction of the disputed territory; and also, in relation to the establishment of military posts in Maine. Washington: 1840. 8vo. pp. 636.
[5784 The message in dated “Washington City, January 22, 1840.". North American Boundary. Maps A and B. Appended to the
report of British commissioners appointed in 1839 to survey and explore the territory in dispute between the government of Great Britain and the United States of America under the second article of the treaty of 1883. Foreign office. April, 1840.
[5785 North American Boundary. Part I. Correspondence relating to
the boundary between the British possessions in North America and the United States of America, under the treaty of 1783. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. July 1840. London: T. R. Harrison. 1840. fol. pp. 6. 16mo.
[5786 The same. Part II. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by
command of Her Majesty, July, 1840. London: 1840. Fol. pp. 57. Appendix, pp. 2, 37. (2 folded maps.)
[5787 This collection of the papers, concerning the arbitration of the disputed question of the north eastern boundary, is very valuable, not only because of its relation to that particular portion of our limits, and of its im portance in our diplomatic history, but also, because of the many historical documents, ancient and modern, concerning Maine and Acadia, which
were referred to or submitted in evidence. North American Boundary. Fras. Mag. 22: 346. (1840.) [5788
This is a review of the parliamentary report, consisting of “correspondence relating to the boundary," etc. Right of the United States to the boundary claimed. 1840. See
The American Boundary Question. 1840. See “An American
Citizen." The North Eastern Boundary. (With map.) 1840. See Hale,
Nathan. History of the negotiations in reference to the eastern and north
eastern boundaries of the United States 1841. See Lawrence,
W. B. Twenty-sixth Congress. Second session. House of Representa
tives. Executive document No. 102. North eastern boundary. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a copy of the report of the commissioners for the exploration and survey of the north eastern boundary February 12, 1841. 8vo.
[5789 Report signed by James Renwick, James D. Graham, A. Talcott, commissioners. Report of the select committee to whom were referred resolutions
of the states of Maine, Indiana and Ohio, in relation to the north eastern boundary. Annapolis: William McNeir, Printer. 1841. Report of Mr. Howard of Baltimore. 8vo. pp. 20. (3 maps.)
(5790 Speech upon, the House of Representatives. 1841. See Allen,
Elisha H. Article upon, in North Am. Review. 1841. See Cushing, Caleb. State of Maine. Twenty-first Legislature. No. 19. Senate. Re
port of the committee on the north eastern boundary. Signed by Charles S. Daveis. With resolves of the Legislature. Also resolutions of the states of Indiana, Ohio, Maryland and Massachusetts. n. d. (1841.) 8vo. pp. 88. (Maps of Maine and adjacent British provinces.)
[5791 United States Boundary Question. Quart. Rev. 67: 501. (1841.)
[5792 Report of the commissioners. Washington. 1842. 8vo. pp. 42. (Map.)
[5793 Twenty-seventh Congress. Third session. House of Representa
tives. Executive document No. 31. Boundary between Maine and New Hampshire and the adjoining British provinces. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a report of the board of commissioners appointed to survey the north eastern boundary. April 12, 1842. Referred to the committee on foreign affairs. Dec. 29, 1842. Ordered to be printed with profile map of the due north line from the source of the River St. Croix to the River St. John. 8vo. pp. 49.
[5794 Speech in the United States Senate on the Washington Treaty.
1842. See Calhoun, John C.
The same. 1842. See Rives, William C.
1812. See Buchanan, James.
1842. See Benton, Thomas H. Correspondence respecting the operations of the commissioners for
running and tracing the boundary line under the sixth. article of treaty signed at Washington, Aug. 9, 1842. With map annexed showing the country in which the operations have been carried on. London. 1842. 8vo. pp. 32. (Map.)
(5795 Supplementary Reports relating to the boundary between the
British possessions in North America and the United States of
[5797 Correspondence relating to the boundary between the British pos
sessions in North America and the United States of America under the treaty of 1783. London. (1843.) Fol. pp. iv, 167.
[5798 Correspondence respecting the operation of the commissioners for
tracing the boundary line between Her Majesty's possessions in North America and the United States. London. 1845. Folio. (Map)
[5799 North American Boundary. Supplementary reports relating to the
boundary between the British possessions in North America and the United States of America under the treaty of 1783. West. Rev. 39: 160. 40: 182. (1813.)
[5800 Observations on the treaty. 1843. See Featherstonhaugh, G. W. Treaty of Washington. Quar. Rev. 71: 560. (1843.)
[5801 Review of the speeches of Mr. Rivers and Mr. Benton, and of a paper by George W. Featherstonhaugh, one of Her Majesty's commissioners for the
North American boundary.
See Gallatin, Albert.
The Ashburton Treaty Again. Fraser's Mag. 27:272. (1843.)
[5802 A bitter and partisan article on the English side. North Western (American) Boundary Question. Fras. Mag. 27: 484. (1843.)
[5803 The Boundary Question Revised, and Dr. Franklin's red line shown
to be the right one; by a British subject. New York: 1843. 12mo. pp. 24.
[5804 The North Eastern Boundary Question. New Eng. 1:154. (1843.)
[5805 The Treaty of Washington. 1843. See Sparks, Jared. The Washington Treaty. 1843. See Cushing, Caleb. Speech in defence of Treaty of Washington. See Webster, Daniel. Senate No. 8. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Disputed territory fund. (1846.) Svo. pp. 27.
[5806 State of Maine. Thirty-sixth Legislature. House. Nos. 5 and 8.
(1857.) Papers relating to the commissioners at Washington on claims of Maine, and papers relating to the claims of Maine upon the government of the United States under the treaty of Washington. 8vo. pp. 12, 21.
[5807 Includes the memorial of George M. Weston, commissioner for Maine. Report in Congress in favor of compensating Maine for. 1864. See
Poor, John A. History of the question. 1881. See Washburn, Israel, Jr. Boundary formerly in dispute. 1885. See Hincks, Sir Francis. Cartographical History of. 1887. See Winsor, Justin. The Settlement of the boundary discussed. 1888. See same. Acadian Disputes and Ashburton Treaty. 1888. See Weatherbee,
R. L. Services of John G. Deane concerning. (1890.) See Deane, Llew
ellyn. The St. Croix of the North East Boundary. 1891. See Ganong,
GAZETTEERS AND GUIDE-BOOKS.
Gazetteer of Maine. 1843. See Hayward, John.
Coast Resorts of Eastern Maine. 1889. See Waldron, E. A.
Guide-book for the eastern coast of New England. 1871. See
Waite, Otis R. F.
Railroad. Portland, Me.: Tucker Printing House. 1885. 8vo. pp. 29.
(5809 Summer Resorts in Maine. 1886. See Haynes, George H.
Guide-books and souvenir albums of Maine scenery and resorts have been published by Chisholm Brothers, Portland, as follows: Augusta, Bangor, Bar Harbor, Ellsworth, Mount Desert, Old Orchard, Picturesque Retreats, Popham Beach, Portland, Rangeley Lakes, Sebago Lake, Togus, Waterville.
MAPS AND CHARTS.
Map of the Gulf of Maine, circum 1610. See Winsor, Justin.
In 1779, so much was a map of Maine wanted, that government granted to a Mr. Sheppard for his labored delineation of a chart, a whole township of land.
WILLIAMSON, Hist. Me. 2: 479. A search for this chart in the Massachusetts archives has been unsuccessful. Map of the province of Maine, compiled from the best authority by Samuel Lewis, 1794. W. Barker, sculpsit.
(5810 Map of the district of Maine, engraved for Judge Sullivan's His
tory. Boston: 1795. Doolittle, sculpsit. New Haven. [5811 Map of the province of Maine. In American Atlas. Philadelphia. 1795. fol.
[5812 Map of the province of Maine. No. 5. In American Atlas. New York. 1796. fol.
[5813 Map of Maine. Von D. F. Solzman, Hamburg. By C. E. Bohn. 1798.
[5814 Map of the district of Maine. Engraved by John G. Warneck. (1798 ?)
[5815 An Accurate Map of the district of Maine, being part of the com
monwealth of Massachusetts; compiled pursuant to an act of the General Court from actual surveys of the several towns, etc. Taken by their order. By Osg'd Carleton. Boston: Pub