Catalog Record: Correspondence in relation to an interoceanic canal between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Clayton-Bulwer treaty and the Monroe doctrine, and the treaty between the United States and New Grenada of December 12, 1846 : comprising a reprint of Senate ex. docs. no. 112, 46th Congress, 2d session; no. 194, 47th Congress, 1st session; and no. 26, 48th Congress, 1st session; and correspondence not heretofore communicated to Congress | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Correspondence in relation to an interoceanic canal between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Clayton-Bulwer treaty and the Monroe doctrine, and the treaty between the United States and New Grenada of December 12, 1846 : comprising a reprint of Senate ex. docs. no. 112, 46th Congress, 2d session; no. 194, 47th Congress, 1st session; and no. 26, 48th Congress, 1st session; and correspondence not heretofore communicated to Congress.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1900.
Subjects: Great Britain. > Treaties, etc. > United States, > 1850 Apr. 19.
United States. > Treaties, etc. > 1850.
Canals, Interoceanic.
Monroe doctrine.
Physical Description: 548 p. ; 23 cm.
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