Proclamations (Washington 1789 - present)

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President Date Title
James K. Polk
May 13, 1846
Proclamation 47—Announcement That a State of War Exists With the Republic of Mexico
James K. Polk
Jan 17, 1846
Proclamation 46B—Declaring Lewiston, New York a Port of Delivery
John Tyler
Jan 08, 1845
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
John Tyler
Sep 25, 1841
Proclamation 46A—Warning Against Lawless Incursions Into Canada
John Tyler
Apr 13, 1841
Proclamation 46—Announcing the Death of William Henry Harrison
William Henry Harrison
Mar 17, 1841
Proclamation 45B—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
Martin van Buren
Jan 06, 1841
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Martin van Buren
Nov 21, 1838
Proclamation—Neutrality With Respect to Canadian Affairs
Martin van Buren
Jan 05, 1838
Proclamation 45A—Neutrality With Respect to Canadian Affairs
Martin van Buren
Oct 11, 1837
Proclamation 45—Levying Tonnage Duty on Portuguese Vessels
Martin van Buren
Jun 14, 1837
Proclamation 44—Suspending Tonnage Duty on Greek Vessels
Martin van Buren
May 15, 1837
Proclamation 43D—Convening an Extra Session of the Congress
Martin van Buren
Mar 28, 1837
Proclamation 43C—Extinguishing Title for Indian Lands Between the State of Missouri and the Missouri River
Andrew Jackson
Dec 20, 1836
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Andrew Jackson
Sep 01, 1836
Proclamation 43B—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Vessels of the Grand Dukedom of Tuscany
Andrew Jackson
Apr 28, 1835
Proclamation 43A—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Vessels of the Grand Duchy of Mechlenberg Schwerin
Andrew Jackson
Dec 10, 1832
Proclamation 43—Regarding the Nullifying Laws of South Carolina
Andrew Jackson
Feb 10, 1831
Proclamation 42—Ordering Persons to Remove From Public Lands in Arkansas
Andrew Jackson
Oct 05, 1830
Proclamation 41—Opening United States Ports to British Vessels From Certain British Possessions
Andrew Jackson
Sep 18, 1830
Proclamation 40—Suspending Discriminating Duties of Tonnage and Import on Vessels of the Grand Dukedom of Oldenburg
Andrew Jackson
Jun 05, 1830
Proclamation—Notice of Public Land Sales in the State of Louisiana
Andrew Jackson
Mar 06, 1830
Proclamation 39—Commanding All Persons in Unlawful Possession of Public Lands in Huntsville, Alabama to Remove Therefrom
Andrew Jackson
Jun 03, 1829
Proclamation 38—Suspending Discriminating Duties of Tonnage and Import on Austrian Vessels
Andrew Jackson
May 11, 1829
Proclamation 37—Suspending Discriminating Duties of Tonnage and Import on Austrian Vessels
John Quincy Adams
Jan 12, 1829
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
John Quincy Adams
Jul 01, 1828
Proclamation 36—Suspending Discriminating Duties of Tonnage and Import on Vessels of the Kingdom of Hanover
John Quincy Adams
Sep 10, 1827
Proclamation 35—Offering Reward for the Apprehension of Willis Anderson, Murderer of Gerrard Renold
John Quincy Adams
Jun 07, 1827
Proclamation 34—Suspening Disciminating Duties of Tonnage on Vessels of the Subjects of His Holiness the Pope
John Quincy Adams
Mar 17, 1827
Proclamation 33—Levying Discriminating Duties on British Vessels Trading Between the United States and Certain British Colonies
James Monroe
Jan 19, 1825
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
James Monroe
Aug 24, 1822
Proclamation 32—Declaring the Ports of the United States to be Open to Vessels of Great Britain
James Monroe
Jun 24, 1822
Proclamation 31—Suspending Discriminating Tonnage Duties on French Vessels
James Monroe
Nov 22, 1821
Proclamation 30—Suspending Discriminating Tonnage Duties on Vessels of the Dukedom of Oldenburg
James Monroe
Aug 20, 1821
Proclamation 29—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Tonnage on Vessels of the Kingdom of Norway
James Monroe
Aug 10, 1821
Proclamation 28—Admitting Missouri to the Union
James Monroe
Jul 10, 1821
Proclamation 27—Offering Reward for the Apprehension of the Murderer of William Seaver
James Monroe
May 04, 1820
Proclamation 26—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Vessels of the Free and Hanseatic city of Lubeck
James Monroe
Aug 01, 1818
Proclamation 25A—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Vessels of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
James Monroe
Jul 24, 1818
Proclamation 25—Suspending Discriminating Duties on Vessels of the Free and Hanseatic City of Bremen
James Monroe
Jul 04, 1818
Proclamation 24—Removing Restrictions on Plaster of Paris Imports from the Provience of New Bruswick
James Monroe
Apr 28, 1818
Proclamation—Notice of Agreement Between the United States and Great Britain on Lmits of Naval Forces on the Great Lakes
James Monroe
Apr 23, 1818
Proclamation 23—Removing Restrictions on Plaster of Paris in Relation to the Province of Nova Scotia
James Monroe
Apr 15, 1817
Proclamation—Notice of Public Land Sales at Wooster Land Office, Ohio
James Madison
Jan 01, 1817
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
James Madison
May 01, 1816
Proclamation—Announcement of Location of Canadian Volunteer Warrants
James Madison
Dec 12, 1815
Proclamation 22—Ordering Unauthorized Persons to Remove from the Public Lands
James Madison
Sep 01, 1815
Proclamation 21—Warning Against Unauthorized Military Expedition Against the Dominions of Spain
James Madison
Mar 04, 1815
Proclamation 20—Recommending a Day of Public Thanksgiving for Peace
James Madison
Feb 18, 1815
Proclamation—Announcing a Treaty of Peace Between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty Signed at Ghent
James Madison
Feb 06, 1815
Proclamation 19—Granting Pardon to Certain Inhabitants of Barrataria Who Acted in the Defense of New Orleans