Henry Goulburn papers 1813-1826 1814 Goulburn, Henry, papers

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Henry Goulburn papers, Goulburn, Henry, papers, 1813-1826, 1814

Henry Goulburn papers 1813-1826 1814 Goulburn, Henry, papers

The Goulburn papers (301 items) contain the diplomatic correspondence and official documents of Henry Goulburn, British negotiator of the Treaty of Ghent. The collection includes the official and private letters between the British commissioners and the British Foreign Office, letters between the American and British commissioners, and drafts of the treaty. Included is one of the six original copies of Treaty of Ghent, written in the hand of Henry Clay and signed by each commissioner.

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Great Britain. Treaties, etc. United States, 1814 Dec. 24.

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