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In the Senate of the United States. Petition of John T. Pickett and Joseph J. Stewart, attorneys for the heirs of James H. Causten and others, asking that the unappropriated balance of the Geneva Award Fund be devoted to the payment of the French spoliation claims. January 26, 1877. -- Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]

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Names: Pickett, John T. | Stewart, Joseph J.
Published: Washington, DC, 1877
Series: United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 1722
Mis. doc. (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 44th Congress, 2nd session, no. 29
Topics: Alabama Claims (1872) | Inheritance and succession. | International claims. | Seizure of vessels and cargoes. | Treaties. | Quasi-war with France (1791-1800) | Payment. | [Second] Convention between the United States and France. 1803. | Convention of 1800. | Franco-American Treaties of 1778. | Jay's Treaty. 1794. | Geneva Award Fund. | Causten, James H.
Regions: France.
Genres: Memorials and Petitions.
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