|Series||47th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Ex. doc. 194, Senate executive document (United States. Congress (47th, 1st session : 1881-1882). Senate) -- 47th Congress, 1st session, no. 194.|
|Contributions||United States., Great Britain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||203|
CLAYTON-BULWER TREATY. CLAYTON-BULWER TREATY, a treaty concluded on 19 April in Washington, D.C., between Secretary of State John Middleton Clayton (–) and the British minister plenipotentiary, Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer (–). Rivalries between the United States and Great Britain had been sharpening in Central America because of British . Full text of "The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine: A Letter from the " See other formats. The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine: A Letter from the Secretary of State to the Minister of the United States at London Dated May 8, , with Sundry Papers and Documents Explanatory of the Same, Selected from the Archives of the Dapartment of State 47th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Ex. doc. Issue of Senate executive. Clayton–Bulwer Treaty, compromise agreement (signed Ap ) designed to harmonize contending British and U.S. interests in Central e of its equivocal language, it became one of the most discussed and difficult treaties in the history of Anglo-U.S. relations. It resulted from negotiations between Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer, British minister to Washington, .
Full text of "The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and The Monroe Doctrine.A Letter from The Secretary of State to The See other formats. Although the treaty was soon ratified by the Senate, it was one of the most unpopular in U.S. history, viewed by some as a betrayal of the Monroe Doctrine Monroe Doctrine, principle of American foreign policy enunciated in President James Monroe's message to . Correspondence in Relation to an Interoceanic Canal , the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine, and the Treaty Between the United States and New Granada of Decem [United States. Dept. of State] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Correspondence in Relation to an Interoceanic Canal , the Clayton-Bulwer Format: Paperback. Get this from a library! Correspondence in relation to the proposed interoceanic canal between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Clayton-Bulwer treaty and the Monroe doctrine, being a reprint of Senate ex. docs. no. , 46th Cong.; 2d sess.; no. , 47th Cong., 1st sess.; and no. 26, 48th Cong., 1st sess.. [United States. Department of State.;.
The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty was ratified in the Senate, but was viewed in a negative light by the public, which regarded it as a renunciation of the Monroe Doctrine. The Democrats made political hay. The Democrats made political hay. A Concise History of the (In)Famous Doctrine that Gave Rise to the American EmpirePresident James Monroe's message to Congress declaring opposition to European colonization in the Western Hemisphere became the cornerstone of nineteenth-century American statecraft. Monroe's message proclaimed anticolonial principles, yet it rapidly became the . Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. - Treaty between U.S. and Great Britain agreeing that neither country would try to obtain exclusive rights to a canal across the Isthmus of Panama. Abrogated by the U.S. in Hay-Pauncefote Treaty. Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, in the event of future financial malfeasance by the Latin American. (3) In the disputes over the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty in the fifties, the principle of the Monroe Doctrine was invoked against the British colony in Honduras, on the ground that it was an extension of European influence.