Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC7/5/1A/1-37
TitlePrinted material relating to the Venezuelan boundary dispute
Extent38 items
DescriptionPrinted material including Government publications [with drafts and proofs], extracts from journals ['The London Gazette'], and printed maps, correspondence and memoranda of Joseph Chamberlain [as Sec of State for the Colonies, 1895-1903] relating to dispute between Britain, America and Venezuela respecting Western frontier of British Guiana
Including /1-5 Government publications comprising despatches between Foreign Office and American Government officials, and between Lord Salisbury [Robert Arthur Gascoigne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury: Prime Minister, 1895-1902] and Sir Julian Pauncefote [Permanent Sec, Foreign Office] relating to boundary of British Guiana, Aug-Nov 1895; /23 Typescript letter from Richard Olney [Sec of State of the U. S. A.] relating to limits of American co-operation concerning Venezuelan Boundary Question, 1896; /24-37 Government publications [including proof] printed for the Cabinet and the Foreign Office relating to Venezuelan boundary dispute [including Foreign Office despatches, Pauncefote's proposals and the Treaty of General Arbitration], with printed maps of British Guiana and Venezuela , Oct 1896-Nov 1898
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/5 page from publication detached from mounting, /35, /36, /37 oversize printed maps require separate storage


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