United States. : Certification of amendment to Constitution of the United States of America relating to succession to the presidency and vice presidency and to cases where the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.
United States. 1778 Feb. 6. : In Congress, May 6, 1778. [electronic resource] : Whereas Congress have received, from their commissioners at the Court of France, copies of a Treaty of Amity and Commerce, and of a Treaty of Alliance ...
United States. 1781 Oct. 19. : Articles de la capitulation [electronic resource] : faite entre Son Excellence le Général Washington, commandant en chef les [sic] forces combinées de l'Amérique & de France. Son Excellence le comte de Rochambeau ... et Son Excellence le comte de Grasse ... d'une part: et le très-honorable le comte Cornwallis, lieutenant général des forces de Sa Majesté Britanique ... & Thomads [sic] Symonds ... de l'autre part.
United States. 1783 July 16. : The following is a correct transcript of the treaty between France and the United States of America, together with the ratification of the same by Congress [electronic resource].
United States. 1785 Jan. 21. : Articles of a treaty, concluded at Fort M'Intosh, the 21st day of January, 1785, between the commissioners plenipotentiary of the United States of America of the one part, and the sachems and warriors of the Wiandot, Delaware, Chippawa and Ottawa Nations of the other [electronic resource].
United States. 1795-09-05. : Treaty of peace and amity, concluded September 5, 1795, between Hassan Bashaw, Dey of Algiers, his Divan and subjects; and George Washington, president of the United States of America, and citizens of the said United States. : With the president's proclamation, announcing it ratification, as published in the Philadelphia gazette, March 9, 1796.
United States. 1796 June 29. : A treaty of peace and friendship, made and concluded between the president of the United States of America, on the one part, and behalf of the said states, and the undersigned kings, chiefs and warriors of the Creek Nation of Indians, on the part of the said nation [electronic resource].
United States. 1796 May 31. : At a treaty, held at the city of New-York, with the nations or tribes of Indians denominating themselves "the Seven Nations of Canada." [electronic resource]
United States. 1797 Jan. 3. : Treaty of peace and friendship between the United States of America and the Bey and subjects of Tripoli of Barbary [electronic resource].
United States. 1798 June 1. : At a treaty held with the Oneida Nation or Tribe of Indians, at their village in the state of New-York, on the first day of June in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, present Joseph Hopkinson, commissioner appointed under the authority of the United States to hold the treaty; Egbert Benson, Ezra L. Hommedien and John Taylor, agents for the state of New-York [electronic resource].
United States. 1799 July 11. : Treaty of amity and commerce, between His Majesty the King of Prussia, and the United States of America. [electronic resource] : Printed by order of the Senate of the United States.
United States. 1800 Nov. 4. : Traite d'amitié et de commerce, entre Sa Majeste le roi de Prusse, et Les Etats Unis de l'Amerique [electronic resource].
United States. 1800 Sept. 3. : Convention between the French Republic and the United States of America; [electronic resource] : signed at Paris, September 3d, 1800, by the respective plenipotentiaries of the two nations.
United States. 1909 January 11. : Rules of procedure of the International Joint Commission : adopted pursuant to Article XII of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, signed January 11, 1909.
United States. (1913-1921) : El Golfo de Fonseca en el derecho publico centroamericano [electronic resource] : la doctrina Melendez / Salvador Rodríguez González.
United States Academy of Medicine. : Medical Department of the United States Army. Resolutions of the New York Academy of Medicine, relative to the present condition of the Medical Corps of the United States Army. March 6, 1874. -- Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]