Venezuela-British Guiana Boundary Arbitration: The Case of the United States of Venezuela Before the Tribunal of Arbitration to Convene at Paris Under the Provisions of the Treaty, Niteet 1–2

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Spains Effective Control of Guiana
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Historical Sketch Showing Derivation of the DutchBritish Title to Essequibo
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Early Dutch Relations with Guiana 15971648
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History of the Essequibo Dutch Post 16481674
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History of the Essequibo Dutch Post 17001725
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History of Spanish Settlement by Way of Orinoco 16481725
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History of the Essequibo Colony 17251803
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As to Trade
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Capture of Runaways
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1757 June 27 DirectorGeneral Essequibo 157 Reasons for opposing Court of
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SlaveTrading Cuyuni Stations of 1754 and 1766
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1755 Apr 20 Don Eugenio de Albarado 675 Capuchin missions of Guayana 126
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Dutch Weakness and Spanish Control
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Spanish Control and Settlement in Disputed Territory 17251800
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1700 Sept 8 Director Generai Essequibo 180 Measures taken to prevent de
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The Interior
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Dutch Remonstrances
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History of British Occupation 18031850
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Extent of British Occupation
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Condition of Essequibo Colony
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History of British Occupation 18501896
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As to the Coast 2 As to the Interior
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Regarding Spanish and Venezuelan Occupation During the 19th Century
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Diplomatic Correspondence
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SOURCE
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1707 June 27 Director General Essequibo 234 Indians at Cuyuni bribed
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1757 Dec 15
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1752 Aug 4
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1711 Apr 9June 15 Colonial Government Suri 83 Journal of a secret expedition
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1794 Dec 10
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Conclusion
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1766 May 30
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1792 Jan 29
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postholder Protestant
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1739 May 20 Commandeur and Secretary specimens of
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1712 Mar 31 Society of Surinam
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bo above the falls
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from Mazaruni and Cuyuni
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1748 Feb 6 Court of Policy Essequibo 128 Unsaleableness of the indigo 100
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1741 Mar 9 T Hildebrandt Mining En 113 Beginning of mining operations
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DirectorGeneral Essequibo 141 Recommends that trade in arms 109
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1726 Dec 2 Court of Policy Essequibo 94 Proposed removal of the post
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1754 Oct 27
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Feb 15 Director General Essequibo 160 Accoways quiet Orinoco com 122
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1758 Sept 9 Director General Essequibo 163 As to raid by the Spaniards upon 125
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1762 May 17 DirectorGencral Essequibo 193 Spanish Indians continue to send 149
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1766 Sept 8 West India Company Zee 224 As to creole stationed at first fall 166
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1767 July 29 West India Company Am 235 In reply to memorial of the Zee 171
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mandeur Essequibo
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1768 June 6 Director General Essequibo 246 Defeat of Caribs above Berbice 177
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1767 Mar 27 DirectorGeneral Essequibo 232 Suggestions for nri ection of 170
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1741 Apr 2430 T Hildebrandt Mining En 114 Journal of mining expedition
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1769 July 31 StatesGeneral
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1741 June 3
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1759 Sept 1 Director General Essequibo 175 Dutch claim to the Cuyuni 137
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1774
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1779 Sept A SirantDestouches Colo 312 Urging fortification of the west 235
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1786 Aug 10 Court of Policy Essequibo 321 Alleged designs of Spaniards
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1802?
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DATE
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1615 Feb 2 Duke of Lerma to President 337 Reports by inclosing letter
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1682 Sept 9 Deed of Jesuits to Capu 343 Conveyance of the Missions of
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1724 Jan 8 Governor of Cumaná to 346 Suggesting that a settlement be
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Various Records
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1758 Mar 30
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1758 July 27 Commandant Guayana
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1758 Oct 30 Officers Guayana
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1758 Nov 3 Johan Baptist Brum soldier Deposition as to hiinself his oc
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1758 Dec 28 Counsellor Cumaná
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1760 Sept 29 Antonio Ravelo Soldier 385 Deposition as to seizure of
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1787 A pr 30 Prefect of Missions to Gov 1444 Certificate of election of officers 454
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1761 Dec 18 Governor of Cumaná to King 392 Notes on Essequibo and Guay 311
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Don F Ant Moreno Escan 393 Notes relating to map of the
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Correspondence of José de 354 Description of the lower Orinoco 1296
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1747
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1770 Mar 24 Thomé de San Pedro Ca 106 Deposition as to complaints of
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1755 Don Eugenio de Albarado 646 Capuchin missions of Guayana 378
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1770 Mar 26 Feilx de Tarraga Capuchin 408 Deposition as to complaints of
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Mar 28 Santiago Bonalde Citizen 410 Deposition as to complaints of
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1770 Apr 4 Commandant Guayana 115 Order concluding the investiga
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1771 Apr 20 Commandant Guayana to 418 Report as to Province of Gua
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Council of the Indies
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1780 Oct 1 King of Spain
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1787 July 6 Fr T de Mataro to Govern 439 As to the founding of Tume
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General Essequibo
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1759 July
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1786 ? Council of the Indies to King 345 Memorandum as to King of 272
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1789 Sept 22 Governor Guayana to Sec 452 Asks for troops and urges the 169
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1792 Feb 22 Governor Guayana to Pre 462 Advising that measures be taken
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1790 Sept 29 CaptainGeneral arácas to 657 As to trade of the Indians with 401
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1792 Apr 11 Carácas to Superin 464 Advises that Europeans or Cre
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1774 July 6 ContaduriaGeneral 426 Report as to complaints by 413
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Oficial Records
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Sivu 1 - ARTICLE III The written or printed case of each of the two parties, accompanied by the documents, the official correspondence, and other evidence on which each relies, shall be delivered in duplicate to each of the Arbitrators and to the Agent of the other party as soon as may be after the organization of the tribunal, but within a period not exceeding six months from the date of the exchange of the ratifications of this treaty.
Sivu 10 - The decision of the Tribunal shall, if possible, be made within three months from the close of the argument on both sides. It shall be made in writing and dated, and shall be signed by the Arbitrators who may assent to it.
Sivu 3 - Who after having communicated to each other their respective full powers, which were found to be in...
Sivu 5 - In deciding the matters submitted to the Arbitrators they shall be governed by the following three rules, which are agreed upon by the High Contracting Parties as rules to be taken as applicable to the case...
Sivu 51 - Netherlands, with the exclusive privilege to traffic and plant colonies on the coast of Africa from the Tropic of Cancer to the Cape of Good Hope ; on the coast of America, from the straits of Magellan to the remotest north.
Sivu 9 - ARTICLE v. It shall be the duty of the Agent of each party, within two months after the expiration of the time limited for the delivery of the counter case on both sides, to deliver in duplicate to each of the said Arbitrators and to the Agent of the other party a written or printed argument showing the points and referring to the evidence upon which his Government relies...
Sivu 1 - The tribunal shall investigate and ascertain the extent of the territories belonging to or that might lawfully be claimed by the United Netherlands or by the Kingdom of Spain, respectively, at the time of the acquisition by Great Britain of the colony of British Guiana, and shall determine the boundary line between the colony of British Guiana and the Republic of Venezuela.
Sivu 4 - In case of the death, absence, or incapacity to serve of any or either of the said Arbitrators, or, in the event of...
Sivu 8 - Within four months after the delivery on both sides of the written or printed case, either party may, in like manner, deliver in duplicate to each of the said arbitrators, and to the agent of the other party, a counter case and additional documents, correspondence, and evidence, in reply to the case, documents, correspondence, and evidence so presented by the other party.
Sivu 7 - In faith whereof, we, the respective Plenipotentiaries, have signed this treaty and have hereunto affixed our seals. Done in duplicate at Paris, the tenth day of December, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.

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