Fiji - Asia and the Pacific - U.S. foreign relations materials in the pre-1861 U.S. Congressional Serial Set - Pre-1861 U.S. Foreign Relations Materials - Historical Documents
U.S. Congressional Serial Set: Documents on Fiji (Asia and the Pacific) before 1861
4 sources, in chronological order.
|In Senate of the United States, February 27, 1834. Read, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Silsbee made the following report (with Senate Bill No. 103). The Committee on Commerce, to which was referred the memorial of Stephen C. Phillips, and the accompanying documents, have had the same under consideration, and report: That it appears that the memorialist was the owner of the barque Peru||February 27, 1834||Serial Set Vol. No. 239, Session Vol. No. 2, 23rd Congress, 1st Session, S. Doc. 126||2|
|Exploring Expedition. Memorial of the officers of the Exploring Expedition, relative to personal accusations against said officers||January 11, 1847||Serial Set Vol. No. 499, Session Vol. No. 3, 29th Congress, 2nd Session, H. Doc. 32||18|
|Report on the commercial relations of the United States with all foreign nations. Edmund Flagg, superintendent. Prepared and printed under the direction of the Secretary of State, in accordance with resolutions of the House of Representatives||1856||Serial Set Vol. No. 854, Session Vol. No. 10, 34th Congress, 1st Session, H. Exec. Doc. 47 pt. 1||846|
|Sloop of war "John Adams" at Fejee Islands. Message from the President of the United States, communicating the report of Captain Boutwell, relative to the operations of the sloop of war "John Adams" at the Fejee Islands||June 25, 1856||Serial Set Vol. No. 859, Session Vol. No. 12, 34th Congress, 1st Session, H. Exec. Doc. 115||76|