Iune 3: No ke Kuʻikahi me nā ʻĀina ʻĒ

June 3, 1850:  Regarding Treaties with Foreign Nations

On June 3, 1850, the Privy Council considered a number of issues related to foreign relations. Of some interest is the determination that if the French and English refused to make a new treaty similar to that made with the United States, notice would be given that the existing treaty would cease in one year.

Available in Privy Council Minutes, Manuscript 1847-1850, Hawaiian

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