PAPERS RELATING TO THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH COMMISSARIES, UNDER THE TREATY OF PEACE OF UTRECHT, 1719-20.
[The English Commissaries were Daniel Pulteney and Martin Bladen, Esquires. They appear to have been of the Lords of Trade. The Commission of Queen Anne appointing them, is dated 3rd September, 1719, and is signed by Lords Justices—
ARGYLE AND GREENWICH.
BERKELEY ; and by
The French Commissaries were the Marechal Comte d'Estrées, and the Sr Abbé Dubois, Minister and Secretary of State. The Commission is dated the 24th October, 1719, and is signed LOUIS.
Par le Roy, le DUC D'ORLEANS,
REGENT, present,—LE BLANC.
(The English Commissaries, under the Treaty of Commerce of 1713, were Charles Whitworth, James Murray, Joseph Martin and Frederick Herne ; their Commission being dated 13th December, 1713.—The French Commissaries, under the same treaty, were the Srs Anisson and Fenelon : they were commissioned 10th February, 1714.)]
* Reprinted from Joint Appendix of Documents, Ontario-Manitoba Boundary Case (P.C.), p. 506.