Proclamations (Washington 1789 - present)

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President Date Title
James Madison
Jul 09, 1812
Proclamation—Recommending a Day of Prayer
James Madison
Jun 19, 1812
Proclamation—Announcement of a State of War Between the United States and the United Kingdom
James Madison
Feb 07, 1812
Proclamation—Granting Pardon to All Deserters Who Return to Duty
James Madison
Jul 24, 1811
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
James Madison
Nov 02, 1810
Proclamation—Suspension of Prohibition of Trade with France
James Madison
Oct 27, 1810
Proclamation 16—Taking Possession of Part of Louisiana (Annexation of West Florida)
James Madison
Aug 09, 1809
Proclamation—Renewal of Prohibition of Trade Between the United States and Great Britain
James Madison
Apr 19, 1809
Proclamation—Suspension of Prohibition of Trade Between the United States and Great Britain
Thomas Jefferson
Dec 30, 1808
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Thomas Jefferson
Apr 19, 1808
Proclamation 15—Warning All Persons on Lake Champlain and Adjacent County to Cease Violence and Disperse
Thomas Jefferson
Oct 15, 1807
Proclamation—Granting Pardon to All Deserters Who Return to Duty
Thomas Jefferson
Jul 30, 1807
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
Thomas Jefferson
Jul 02, 1807
Proclamation 14—Requiring Removal of British Armed Vessels From United States Ports and Waters
Thomas Jefferson
Nov 27, 1806
Proclamation 13—Warning Against Unauthorized Military Expedition Against the Dominions of Spain
Thomas Jefferson
May 03, 1806
Proclamation—Ordering the Arrest of British Citizens Henry Whitley, John Nairn, and Slingsby Simpson for the Murder of John Pierce
Thomas Jefferson
May 20, 1804
Proclamation— Establishing the Mobile District and Designation of Fort Stoddert as a Port of Entry
Thomas Jefferson
Jul 16, 1803
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
Thomas Jefferson
Mar 11, 1801
Proclamation—Building Regulations in the District of Columbia
John Adams
Jan 30, 1801
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
John Adams
Sep 06, 1800
Proclamation 10A—Extending Commercial Intercourse to St. Domingo
John Adams
May 21, 1800
Proclamation—Granting Pardon to Certain Persons Engaged in Insurrection Against the United States in the Counties of Northampton, Montgomery, and Bucks, in the State of Pennsylvania
John Adams
May 09, 1800
Proclamation—Remission of Trade Prohibition with Hispaniola
John Adams
Jul 01, 1799
Proclamation—Withdrawal of Land at Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts for a Lighthouse
John Adams
Jun 26, 1799
Proclamation 10—Suspending, as to St. Domingo, the Restraints of the Act of 1799
John Adams
Mar 12, 1799
Proclamation 9—Law and Order in the Counties of Northampton, Montgomery, and Bucks, in the State of Pennsylvania
John Adams
Mar 06, 1799
Proclamation—Recommending a National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer
John Adams
Jul 16, 1798
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
John Adams
Jul 13, 1798
Proclamation—Annulment of Recognition of French Consuls and Vice Consuls
John Adams
Mar 23, 1798
Proclamation 8—Recommending a National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer
John Adams
Jul 22, 1797
Proclamation 7—Notice of the Commencement of Minting United States Coins
John Adams
Mar 25, 1797
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
George Washington
Mar 01, 1797
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
George Washington
Jul 10, 1795
Proclamation—Granting Pardon to Certain Persons Formerly Engaged in Violence and Obstruction of Justice in Protest of Liquor Laws in Pennsylvania
George Washington
Jan 01, 1795
Proclamation 6—Day of Public Thanksgiving
George Washington
Sep 25, 1794
Proclamation—Authorizing Military Intervention to End Violence and Obstruction of Justice in Protest of Liquor Laws in Pennsylvania
George Washington
Aug 07, 1794
Proclamation—Cessation of Violence and Obstruction of Justice in Protest of Liquor Laws in Pennsylvania
George Washington
Mar 24, 1794
Proclamation 5—Respecting Enlisting Men in Kentucky to Invade a Neighboring Nation
George Washington
Apr 22, 1793
Proclamation 4—Neutrality of the United States in the War Involving Austria, Prussia, Sardinia, Great Britain, and the United Netherlands Against France
George Washington
Dec 12, 1792
Proclamation 3A—Offering Reward for the Capture of Participants in the Burning of a Georgia Cherokee Indian Town
George Washington
Sep 15, 1792
Proclamation 3B—Cessation of Violence and Obstruction of Justice in Protest of Liquor Laws
George Washington
Mar 30, 1791
Proclamation—Ordering the Completion of a Survey to Establish the Boundaries of the District of Columbia
George Washington
Mar 19, 1791
Proclamation 2—Respecting the Acts of James O'Fallon in Kentucky
George Washington
Jan 24, 1791
Proclamation 1—Defining the Boundaries of the District of Columbia
George Washington
Aug 26, 1790
Proclamation—Warning Aginst Violation of Treaties Between the United States and the Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw Indians
George Washington
Aug 14, 1790
Proclamation—Publishing a Treaty of Peace and Friendship Between the United States and the Creek Nation of Indians
George Washington
Oct 03, 1789
Proclamation—Day of National Thanksgiving