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Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Switzerland, dated 6 March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Roumania, dated 2(14) March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Germany, dated 17 March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Sweden-Norway, dated 18 March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Portugal, dated 27 March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and France, dated 28 March 1879

Declaration respecting Money Orders between Belgium and Austria-Hungary, dated 31 March 1879

General Orders 100, Union General Sherman’s March to Atlanta, and the Sand Creek Massacre

Convention between Belgium and France for the exchange of postal orders, signed at Paris, 1 March 1865

Convention between France and Switzerland for the exchange of postal orders, signed at Paris, 22 March 1865

Convention between Belgium and Switzerland for the exchange of Postal Orders, signed at Berne, 3 March 1870

36 By the King. Orders for thorow Posts, and Curriers, riding in Post in our affairs.1 [London before 25 March 1604]

401 By the King. A Proclamation forbidding all Assessing, Collecting, and Paying of the Twentieth Part, and of all Weekly Taxes by Colour of Orders or Ordinances, And all entring into Protestations and Associations against His Majesty. [Oxford 8 March 1643]

37 By the King. Orders for the Posts of our Realms, and for all men to observe and obey in the speedy carriage of Packets, directed for our affairs. [London before 25 March 1604]

Additional Articles to the Detailed Regulations of 24/31 May 1872 for the carrying out of the Convention of 4 March 1872 between Great Britain and Italy relative to the Exchange of Money Orders, signed at Florence/London, 7/15 December 1875

 

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Instructions from a superior officer for troops to depart.

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