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Arbitration for pecuniary claims

United States. Congress
Text of a treaty of arbitration for pecuniary claims signed by delegates from multiple American countries at the Second International Conference of American States. President Roosevelt submits the treaty to the Senate for advice, consent, and ratification. Roosevelt includes Secretary of State Hay's comments on the treaty.
International American Conference, Treaties--Ratification, Arbitration (International law), Commercial treaties, International relations, United States. Congress. Senate, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Hay, John, 1838-1905
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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