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of authorities. The legends, names of countries, places, rivers, etc., on the accompanying maps have been left in the language used on the original maps of which they are reproductions.
I am most deeply indebted to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for making possible the publication of such an extensive work, and to the skillful advice of Dr. Scott in its original planning.
The better to interpret the numerous problems presented, I have availed myself of the kindly assistance of many people — historians, international lawyers and diplomatists — to all of whom I also wish to express the warmest gratitude. As for the invaluable aid and courteous assistance given by the several librarians to whom I have taken baffling questions, no acknowledgment would be adequate.
S. W. WASHINGTON, D. C.,
March 6, 1919.
First Draft Decree Reported by the Diplomatic Committtee. Regarding the Con-
duct to be Prescribed to the French Generals in Enemy Countries, October 24,
Address of the Provisional Administrative Bodies of the City and County of Nice to
the National Convention, and Action of the Convention, November 4, 1792 . . 285