Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC3/1/1-148
TitleBound papers relating to the Washington Fishery Conference, 1887-1888
Extent148 items
DescriptionVolume endorsed on spine, 'Washington Fishery Conference 1887-88, Correspondence, Chamberlain', being a compilation of official correspondence, copy correspondence, telegrams, draft telegrams, Government publications and press cuttings relating to the development of the negotiations between American, Canadian and British delegations at Washington; compiled for Joseph Chamberlain as Chairman of the Conference; papers are arranged into subdivisions, 'Correspondence to the Foreign Office', Nov 1887- Feb 1888, 'Correspondence from the Foreign Office', Oct 1887-Nov 1888, 'Domestic [correspondence] Sent', Oct 1887-Mar 1888, 'Domestic [correspondence] Received' Nov 1887-Mar 1888;
correspondents include Lord Salisbury [Robert Arthur Gascoigne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury: Sec of State for Foreign Affairs, 1887-1892], Sir Julian Pauncefote [Permanent Sec, Foreign Office], Lord Lansdowne [Henry Charles Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne: Governor General, Canada, 1883-1888], Sir Robert Herbert [Under-Sec of State for the Colonies, 1872-1892], Sir Henry Holland [Lord Knutsford: Sec of State for the Colonies, 1887-1892], Sir John Bramston [Assistant Under-Sec of State for the Colonies, 1876-1897], E. J. Phelps [U. S. delegation], Thomas Francis Bayard [Sec of State, Department of State, Washington; U. S. Plenipotentiary at Washington Fishery Conference], Sir Henry Arthur Blake [Governor, Newfoundland, 1887-1888], Sir Charles Tupper [Canadian Finance Department; Plenitotentiary at Washington Fishery Conference], and Sir Lionel SackvilleWest [Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to U. S., 1881-1888, and member of North American Fisheries Commission, 1887-1888]; press cuttings are from the 'Ottawa Citizen' and the 'Montreal Gazette'
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionIn addition, /18a is used; volume requires repairs to its binding, /1 letter detached from mounting


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