Proceedings of the Mixed Commission Under the Convention of April 25, 1866, Between the United States and Venezuela; With Report of Senor J. G. Villafane

Proceedings of the Mixed Commission Under the Convention of April 25, 1866, Between the United States and Venezuela; With Report of Senor J. G. Villafane

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...and interest. Deferred. Discussion continued on the claim of "Joseph Forrest, Beale, and Delany," J. H. Cansten, attorney (No. 14, as per Secretary's list). The Commissioners agreed to allow as an award five thousand six hundred and fifty.five and 116% ($5,655.18) hard dollars in full adjustment of said claim. Adjourned. DAVID M. TALMAGE, United States Commissioner. J. G. VILLAFANE, El Comisionado de Venezuela. ALFRED ALDERSON, Secretary. CumcAs, July 17th, 186 Commission met at the usual hour. Discussion continued on the claim of "Robert W. Gibbs," J. H. Cansten, attorney (No. 43, as per Secretary's list), and the Commissioners allowed as an award the sum of four thousand three hundred and forty-fourT65 ($4,344.90) hard dollars in full adjustment of said claim (being 281 per cent. of amount claimed). Discussion also continued on the claim, executor of John Donnell, deceased (No. 29, as per Secretary's list), and the Commissioners allowed as an award the sum of nineteen thousand ($19,000) hard dollars in full adjustment of said claim. Also, discussion continued on the claim of " Hollins & McBlair, Frank Hollins, administrator" (No. 30, as per Secretary's list), and the Commissioners allowed as an award the sum of twenty-six thousand ($26,000) hard dollars in full adjustment of said claim. Also, discussion continued on the claim of "Richard O'Dwyer " (No. 38, as per Secretary's list), and the Commissioners agreed to disallow the same. Also, discussion continued on the claim of " Paul Bettiker " (No. 40, as per Secretary's list), and the Commissioners agreed to disallow the same. Also, discussion continued on the claim of "John...show more

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  • Paperback | 84 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 168g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236979877
  • 9781236979872