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An act to prescribe the punishment of Consuls, Commercial Agents, and

others, in cerlain cases. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled, Thai if any Consul, Vice Consul, Como mercial Agent, or Vice Commercial Agent, shall knowingly and falsely cer.

tify to any invoice, or other paper, to which bis certificate is by law author. ized or required, be shall, on conviction thereof, in any court of competent jurisdiction, forfeit and pay a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars, at the discretion of the court, and be imprisoned for a term not exceeding three years, at the like discretion.

(Approved, 3d March, 1835 ) FOREIGN MINISTERS &C., IN THE UNITED STATES. During the past year the following changes have occurred in the Foreign Missions to the United States :

The mission from France has become vacant by the recal of M. Serurier, late Envoy 'Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, and of M. Pageot, who had been accredited Chargé on the departure of M. Serurier. The right honorable Sir Charles R. Vaughan, G. C. H. Envoy Extraordinary from Great Britain, has returned home, and Charles Bankhead, Esq, bas been decredited Chargé. Don Angel Calderon de la Barca, has been received as Envoy Extraordinary from Spain, in place of Chevalier Francisco Tacon. Jouquin Cesar de Figanere e Morao, has been received as Chargé d'Affaires from the Queen of Portugal. And Domingo Acosta, as Chargé from New Granada, in addition to his former a ppointment of Consul General. The mission from Chile has become vacant by the recal of Manuel Carrallo, late Chargé from that Republic.

For the protection of the persons of foreign ministers, by the act of 30th April, 1790, it is provised that is any writ or process shall at any time be sued forth or prosecuted by any person or persons, in any of the courts of the United States, or in any courts of a particular State, or by any judge or justice therein, respectively, whereby the person of any anbassador, or other public minister of any foreign prince or stare, authoriz. ed and received as such by the President of the United States, or any domestic, or domestic servant, of any such ambassador or other public minister, inay be arrested or imprisoned, or his, or their goods or chattels be distrained, seized, or attached, such writ or process shall be deemed and judged as utterly null and void, to all intenis, constructions, and purposes, whatscerer.

In case any person or persons shall sue forth or prosecute any such writ or process, such person or persons, and all attorneys or solicitors prosecuting or soliciting in such case, and all officers executing any such writ or process, being thereof convicted, shall be deemed violators of the laws of nations and disturbers of the public repose, and imprisoned not exceeding three years, and fined at the discretion of the court. citizen or inhabitant of the United States, who shall have contracted debts prior to his entering into the service of any ambassador or other public minister, which debts shall be still due and unpaid, shall have, take, or receive, any benefit of this act; nor shall any person be proceeded against by virtue of this act, for having arrested or sued any other domestic servant of any anibassador or other publie minister, unless the name of such servant be first registered in the office of the Secretary of State, and by

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such Secretary transmitted to the Marshal of the District of Columbia, who shall, upon receipt thereof, affix the same in some public place in his office whereto all persons may resort and take copies without fee or reward. Ministers of Foreign Powers in the United States.

RUSSIA. Baron de Krudener, Envoy Estraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary

of his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias. Presented

to the President of the United States, 20 December, 1827. George Krehmer.c...

.First Secretary of Legation. Alexander Chvostoff....

..Second Secretary of Legation.

SPAIN. Don Angel Calderon de la Barca, Envoy Estraordinary and Minister

Plenipotentiary of her Catholic Majesty. Presented 7 December, 1835. Don Miguel Tacon........ ........... Secretary of Legation, Don Luis Potestad........ ... First Atiaché. Don Francisco Pampillo................Second Attaché.

BELGIUM. Baron Desiré Behr, Minister Resident of his Majesty the King of the Belgians. Presented 6 June, 1832.

DENMARK. Steen Anderson Bille, Chargé d'Affaires and Consul General of his

Majesty the King of Denmark. Presented - 10 November, 1826. Resides at Philadelphia.

SWEDEN. Chevalier Severin Lorich, Chargé d'affaires and Consul General of

bis Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway. Presented 21 May, 1833. Resides at New York.

MEXICO. Don Jose Maria de Castillo y Lanzas, Chargé d'Affaires of the United Mexican States. Presented 26 June, 1833. Resides at Philadelphia.

NETHERLANDS. E. M. Adriaan Martini, Chargé d'affaires of his Majesty the King of the Netherlands. Presented 11 July, 1833.

BRAZIL Jose Francisco de Paula Cavalcanti d’Albuquerque, Chargé d'Affaires of his Majesty the Einperor of Brazil. Presented 31 December, 1833.

PRUSSIA. Baron de Roenne, Chargé d'affaires of his Majesty the King of Prussia. Presented 23 June, 1834, Resides at Baltimore,

PORTUGAL Joaqnin Cesar de Figaviere e Morao, Chargé d'Affaires and Consul

General of her Majesty the Queen of Portugal. Presented 10 March, 1835. Resides at New York.

GREAT BRITAIN. Charles Barikhead, Chargé d'Affaires of his Britannic Majesty. Pre

sented 19 September, 1835. Andrew Buchanan........

. Attaché

New GRANADA, Domingo Acosta, Chargé d'Affaires and Consul General of the Republic

of New GranadiPresented 2 January, 1832. Resides at N. York.

Consul Generals of Foreign Powers in the United Stales. FRANCE............ddel Charles Lacathon de la Forest.. New York. RUSSIA.... ............ Alexis Eustaphieve......

.New York. SPAIN........ ..Don Pablo Chacon........

.Philadelphia. PORTUGAL... .Joaquin Cesar de Figaniere e Morao.. Baltimore. AUSTRIA..........

.Baron de Lederer...................... HAMBURG........C. N. Buck,............................ Philadelphia. WIRTEMBERG....Christian Meyer........................

Baltimore. SAXONY...........

„Charles Aug. Davis.................... SWEDEN.............

..Chevalier Severin Lorich..............New York. Two SICILIES....Domenico Morelli..c.....

Philadelphia. SARDINIA..........A. Garibaldi................... ........

..Philadelphia ROME.............Giovanni Sartori................. ...Trenton. NEW GRANADA., Domingo Acosta ........

... New York, BRAZIL............Manoel Guilherme dos Reis.... Philadelphia. SAXE WEIMAR...Fred, Aug. Mensch......

New York.
MECKLENBURG
SCHWERIN.....

....Charleston. ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF URUGUAY..Juan Darby......

}Leon Herckenrath......

Consuls, &c., of Foreign Powers in the Uniled States.

Note. This mark (*) designates Vice Consuls and agents.
FRANCE

*R. C. Manners....... Boston.

*J. C. Buchanan...... New York. Michael E. Hersant.... Philadelphia. *P. T. Dawson........ Baltimore. *M. Henri............ Baltimore. *Robert Leslie......... Petersburg.

* Count Choiseuil......Charleston. William Mackenzie.. Richmond. *M. Deseze...........Norfolk. *Anthony Mislan...... Wilinington. *Delame de Vileret. ... Savannah. *James Moodie....... Charleston. M. Barre..............Mobile. * William Cooke....

....., Darien. *Count de la Porte.... Tallahassee. *John Innerarity ....... Pensacola. Ar

*Oliver O'Haia.... ..Key West. *Robert Higgin........ Mobile.

mand Sailård.....} N. Orleans.

GREAT BRITAIN.

RUSSIA.

Peter Kilchen... ..Boston. Joseph T. Sherwood... Portland. Donald M'Inļosh...... Portsmouth. Edward Johns., ....... N. O, leans.

*J. Prince...... George Manners....... ..Boston.

..Salem. James Buchanan...... New York. *E. Mayo...............

..Portland. Gilbert Robinson.... Philadelphia *J. G. Bogart.......... New York. John M“Tavish........Baluiniore.

*T. H. Deas...........Charleston. William Gray......... Norfolk.

*F. Whittle............ Norfolk. Henry Newman........ Charleston.

SPAIN,
Edm. Molyneaux........ Savannah.
James Baker......

Francisco Hernan->
John Crawford........N. Orleans. dez de Nogues...

Philadelphia. *Albert G. Lane....... Eastport. * Don Thos. Amory *J. B. Swanton....

Portland,
.Bath.

Deblois.......
"George Jaffray.......Portsmouth. I*D. Antonia G. Vega..Boston.

........ Mobile.

Fran. Stoughton ....... New York.

DENMARK. *Mavuel Valdor... .Baltimore. antonio Pomar......Norfolk.

Fred. Myers........ Norfolk. * Autonio Larragua... Charleston.

P. K. Dichinson....... Wilmington. Ant. Argote Villalobus..N. Orleans. James H. Ladson.....Charleston. * Peliro de Alba.........

Pensacola.

Willian, Crabtree, jr.. Savannah. John Notlitt........... Key West.

Peter Edouard Sorbe.. N. Orleans. *Don José Ygnacio > Mobile.

*W. Ritchie.......... Boston. Cruzat.......

* Benja inin Aymar.o., New York.

*Joho Buhlen......... Philadelphia. PORTUGAL

H. G. Jacobson....... Baltimore. *D, Antonio G. Vega... Boston.

* Christ. Neale........ Alexandria. *Paulo de Figuera.....New York.

SAXONY. * Joao Vaughn ......... Philadelphia. * D. Manoel Valdor.... Baltimore.

Robert Ralston........ Philadelpliia. c. Neal.................Alexandria. Ferd. Ludwig Brauns.. Baltimore. Walter ile Lacy

.Norfolk

Andreas Anthon Melly.New York. J. P. Calhorda Wilmington, *René Goddard ........Charlestou.

HESSE CASSEL. Elias Reed............

.... Sayannah.

Conard W. Faber.... * William H. Allen....S1. Augustine *A. Willis Gordon.... Mobile.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. * Jule Pescay..........Pensacola. * Diego Chalaron......N. Orleans. *John Vaughan....... Philadelphia.

*C. E. Habicht........Boston. AUSTRIA.

*John James Boyd.... New York. *Jos. Ganahl.......... Savannah. *S. Lauson........... Baltimore,

*John H. Brent....... Alexandria. PRUSSIA.

*Joseph Winihrop....Charleston, Gustav Gossler......... Boston.

*Fran. H Wilma n....

..Savannah.
J. W. Schmidt........ New York. * Diedrich Miesegaes...N. Orleans.
Arnold Halbach.... Philadelphia. *W. P Vincent........ Norfolk.
Louis Trapman........ Charleston.
Fred. W. Schmidt.....N. Orleans..

NETHERLANDS,
HAMBURG

J. C Zimmerman......Now York. * J. W. Schmudt........ New York. J.J. Hagewerst........ Baltimore. *F. Chrisı Graf........ Baltimore.

A.C. Cazenove......

Alcxandria.

.Philadelphia. *A. C Cazenove...... Alexandria. Henry Bohlen .........

Boston. *Jacob Wulff.......... Charleston, Thomas Dixon...... *Charles Knorre....... Boston.

P. G. Leichleitner..... Annapolis. Frederick W. Schnit N. Orleans. Myer Miyers...... .... Norfolk.

G. Barnsley, ad int.....Savannah. BREMEN.

Hergo C. Gildoneester..N. Orleans.

* Thomas Taxier......Salem. Eleazer Crabtree......Savannah. Johu J. Werner, ad int Philadelphia.

BELGIUM.

FRANKPORT.

E. A. Isomer...........

..Boston, A. Halbach...........Philadelphia. Henry G. T. Mali..... New York. Fred. Wysmann...... New York. Henry Lefebure.........Charleston.

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THE TWO SICILIES.

* Mortimer Livingston..New York. * Pietro D. Alessandro.. Boston.

*Talesforo Orea ....... Philadelphia

* Richard W. Gill......Baltimore. * Benjamin Dye Potter. Providence.

John Clisbe............New Haven.* Thomas Middleton.... Charleston. Martin Mantin........ New York. * John Myers.......... Norsolk.

A. O Hammand...... Charleston. * Robert Goodwin...... Savannah. *William Read........Philadelphia. * W. H. Robertson.... Mobile. *Einmanuele Valdor.. Baltimore, *Sam. P. Morgan......N. Orleans. *Luca Palmieri ....... Philadelphia.

VENEZUELA, * Antonin Pommar.....Norfolk. * Hipholite Galley...:N. Orleans. Nicholas D. C. Moller..New York. *Goffre Barnsley...... Savannah.

BRAZIL.
SARDINIA.

Mass. N. H.

Archibald Forte..... *Louis A. Cazenove... Boston.

and Maine S. V. Rouland......... New York. C. Griffin......

.......N. London C. Valdor.............Baltimore.

Samuel Snow..........

.Providence. Y F Brette........... Norfolk. Herman Bruen.........New York. Y. Auze ............... Savannah. *J. Vaughan..........Philadelphia *Thomas Roger.......Charleston.

*G. H. Newman)......Baltimore. A. F. George........ Mobile. *Christopher Neale.... Alexandria. *Antoine Michaud....

....N. Orleans. Myer Myers...... ...Norfolk.

* John P. Calhorde.... Wilmington. ROME.

*Samuel Chadwick.... Charleston. * T. J. Bixouard ......Baltimore.

*J. W. Anderson...... Savannah. * Henry Perret........N. Orleans.

*James W. Zacharie..N. Orleans. TUSCANY.

HANSEATIC TOWNS. *W. H. Aspinwall.... New York.

Louis Trapinan....... Charleston,

Casper Mayer........ New York. SWITZERLAND.

H. F. Von Lenyerke...Philadelphia.

Boston. Theodore Nicolet......N. Orleans. Thomas Searle .........

A. C. Cazenove....... Alexandria. MEXICO

Fred. Frey.....

........ V. Orleans. Edward Cabot....... Boston.

SAXE WEIMAR.
New York

Aug. W. Hupeden.... New York. A. M. Cos, ad int.... Philadelphia. * Luke Tiernan......... Baltimore.

OLDENBURG. R. W. Cogolell........Charleston. 0. H. Miessegaes...... New York. D. Francisco Marti ?

Leon Herchenrath..... Charleston.

* Pedro Gonzalez...}

nez Pizarro.......} N. Orleans.

* Alden A. M. Jackson.Pensacola,

HANOVER. Henry Dagget......... Mobile. * Aug. W. Hupenden.. New York. *G. J. Maralla no...... St. Louis. John Lowden.......... Charleston. *Juan Francisco Cortes Natchitoch's

BADEN.
NEW GRANADA,

C. F. Hoyer...........New York. •James Andrews....... Boston. s Connecticut

BAVARIA. *P. Gillineau.

2 and R. I. Georg Heinrich....... New York.

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