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Jan 08, 1845 John Tyler Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Jan 17, 1846 James K. Polk Proclamation 46B—Declaring Lewiston, New York a Port of Delivery
May 13, 1846 James K. Polk Proclamation 47—Announcement That a State of War Exists With the Republic of Mexico
Sep 07, 1846 James K. Polk Proclamation 48—Announcement of Vote to Retrocede the County of Alexandria to the State of Virginia
Apr 20, 1847 James K. Polk Proclamation 48A—Suspension of Trade Restrictions with Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Nov 04, 1847 James K. Polk Proclamation 49—Suspension of Discriminating Duties of Tonnage and Imports on Vessels from Brazil
Jul 04, 1848 James K. Polk Proclamation—Announcing a Treay of Peace Between the United States of America and the Mexican Republic Signed at the City of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Jan 02, 1849 James K. Polk Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Mar 02, 1849 James K. Polk Proclamation 50—Declaring Whitehall, New York, a Port of Delivery
Jul 03, 1849 Zachary Taylor Proclamation—Day of Fasting, Humilia­tion, and Prayer
Aug 11, 1849 Zachary Taylor Proclamation 51—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Jan 04, 1850 Zachary Taylor Proclamation 52—Revoking the Exequatur of the Spanish Consul at New Orleans
Jan 10, 1850 Zachary Taylor Proclamation 53—Establishment of Nasqually and Portland, Oregon, as Ports of Delivery
Jul 05, 1850 Zachary Taylor Proclamation—Convention Between the United States of America and Her Britannic Majesty
Nov 01, 1850 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 54—Suspension of Discriminating Tonnage and Import Duties on Vessels from Chile
Dec 13, 1850 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 55—Establishing the Northern and Western Boundaries of Texas and the Formation of a New Mexico Territorial Government
Feb 18, 1851 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 56—Calling On Citizens to Assist in the Recapture of a Fugitive Slave Arrested in Boston, Massachusetts
Apr 25, 1851 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 57—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Oct 22, 1851 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 58—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Mexico
Feb 25, 1853 Millard Fillmore Proclamation 59—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Jan 18, 1854 Franklin Pierce Proclamation 60—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Mexico
May 31, 1854 Franklin Pierce Proclamation 61—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Mar 16, 1855 Franklin Pierce Proclamation 62—Suspending Duties on Certain Articles Imported from Canada
Jul 02, 1855 Franklin Pierce Proclamation 63—Designation of Certain Ports Unders the Privleges of Act of 1845
Dec 08, 1855 Franklin Pierce Proclamation 64—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Military Operations in Nicaragua