Proclamations (Washington 1789 - present)

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President Date Title
Ulysses S. Grant
Aug 01, 1876
Proclamation 230—Admission of Colorado Into the Union
Ulysses S. Grant
Jun 26, 1876
Proclamation 229—Recommending Religious Services on July 4, 1876
Ulysses S. Grant
May 25, 1876
Proclamation 228—Publishing a Resolution of Congress Recommending That Counties and Towns Develop a Historical Sketch for the Nation's Centennial Celebration
Ulysses S. Grant
Mar 27, 1876
Proclamation 227—Tribunals Organized Under the Government of Egypt
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 27, 1875
Proclamation 226—Thanksgiving Day, 1875
Ulysses S. Grant
Jun 02, 1875
Proclamation 225—Extending the Time of the Duration of the "Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims"
Ulysses S. Grant
Feb 17, 1875
Proclamation 224—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Ulysses S. Grant
Dec 21, 1874
Proclamation 223—Law and Order in the State of Mississippi
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 29, 1874
Proclamation 222—Foreign Ownership of Real Estate in the Ottoman Empire
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 27, 1874
Proclamation 221—Thanksgiving Day, 1874
Ulysses S. Grant
Sep 15, 1874
Proclamation 220—Law and Order in the State of Louisiana
Ulysses S. Grant
May 29, 1874
Proclamation 219—Certifying Foreign Compliance with Treaty Provisions
Ulysses S. Grant
May 15, 1874
Proclamation 218—Law and Order in the State of Arkansas
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 14, 1873
Proclamation 217—Thanksgiving Day, 1873
Ulysses S. Grant
Sep 22, 1873
Proclamation 216—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on French Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Jul 03, 1873
Proclamation 215—Announcing the International Exposition for the Centennial of American Independence
Ulysses S. Grant
Jul 01, 1873
Proclamation 214—Certifying Foreign Compliance with Treaty Provisions
Ulysses S. Grant
May 22, 1873
Proclamation 213—Law and Order in the State of Louisiana
Ulysses S. Grant
Feb 21, 1873
Proclamation 212—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 30, 1872
Proclamation 211—Reviving the Imposition of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on French Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 11, 1872
Proclamation 210—Thanksgiving Day, 1872
Ulysses S. Grant
Sep 04, 1872
Proclamation 209—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on Japanese Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Jun 01, 1872
Proclamation 208—Suspension of Prosecution for Violations of the Office-Holding Prohibition in Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution
Ulysses S. Grant
May 11, 1872
Proclamation 207—Certifying Foreign Compliance with Treaty Provisions for Consular Jurisdiction Over Crews of Marine Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
May 11, 1872
Proclamation 206—Enforcement of the Act Regarding the Eight Hour Work Day for Employees of the Government of the United States
Ulysses S. Grant
Mar 13, 1872
Proclamation—Establishing the Interoceanic Canal Commission
Ulysses S. Grant
Dec 19, 1871
Proclamation 205—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on Certain Spanish Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Nov 10, 1871
Proclamation 204—Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus in the County of Union, South Carolina
Ulysses S. Grant
Nov 03, 1871
Proclamation 203—Revoking the Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus in Marion County, South Carolina
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 28, 1871
Proclamation 202—Thanksgiving Day, 1871
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 17, 1871
Proclamation 201—Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus in Certain Counties of South Carolina
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 12, 1871
Proclamation 200—Law and Order in the State of South Carolina
Ulysses S. Grant
May 03, 1871
Proclamation 199—Enforcement of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Ulysses S. Grant
Apr 20, 1871
Proclamation 198—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Ulysses S. Grant
Mar 24, 1871
Proclamation 197—Law and Order in the State of South Carolina
Ulysses S. Grant
Feb 25, 1871
Proclamation 196—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on Portuguese Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 21, 1870
Proclamation 195—Thanksgiving Day, 1870
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 12, 1870
Proclamation 194—Prohibiting Citizens of the United States From Engaging in Military Enterprises Against Countries with Whom the United States is at Peace
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 08, 1870
Proclamation 193—Forbidding the Use of Any Waters Within the Jurisdiction of the United States by Ships of War Between France and the North German Confederation
Ulysses S. Grant
Aug 22, 1870
Proclamation 192—Neutrality of Citizens of the United States in the War Between France and the North German Confederation
Ulysses S. Grant
May 24, 1870
Proclamation 191—Warning All Persons Against Engaging in Illegal Military Enterprises Against the Dominion of Canada
Ulysses S. Grant
May 12, 1870
Proclamation 190—Revocation of Exequatur of Joaquin de Palma, Vice-Consul of Portugal at Savannah, Georgia
Ulysses S. Grant
Feb 10, 1870
Proclamation 188—Certifying Foreign Compliance with Treaty Provisions for Consular Jurisdiction Over Crews of Marine Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Nov 20, 1869
Proclamation 187—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on French Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
Oct 05, 1869
Proclamation 186—Thanksgiving Day, 1869
Ulysses S. Grant
Jul 15, 1869
Proclamation 185—Submitting the Constitution of the State of Texas to the Voters of the State
Ulysses S. Grant
Jul 13, 1869
Proclamation 184—Submitting the Constitution of the State of Mississippi to the Voters of the State
Ulysses S. Grant
Jun 12, 1869
Proclamation 183—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Goods Entering the United States on French Vessels
Ulysses S. Grant
May 19, 1869
Proclamation 182—Eight Hour Work Day for Employees of the Government of the United States
Ulysses S. Grant
May 14, 1869
Proclamation 181—Submitting the Constitution of the State of Virginia to the Voters of the State