Royal Approval of James M. Donnan as a U.S. Consul of Belfast.

		                                            Consulate General
                                             H. L. A. London
[Victoria---?]
   Victoria  by the Grace of God, Queen of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Ireland Defender of the Faith, Etc. Etc. Etc. To
All and Singular Our loving Subjects to whom these Presents shall
come, Greeting! Whereas,

The President of the United States of America has by a Commission
bearing date the twelfth day of May last constituted Mr. James
M. Donnan to be consul at Belfast and for such other parts as
shall be nearer thereto than to the residence of any other Consul
of Vice Consul of the United States And We having thereupon
approval of the said James M. Donnan as Consul for the said
United States

according to the Commission before mentioned, Our Will and
Pleasure are, and We hereby require that you do receive
countenance, and as there may be occasion favourably assist
him the said                 James M. Donnan
in the exercise of his Office, giving and allowing on to him
all the Privileges in the exercise of his Office, giving and
allowing unto him all the Privileges, Immunities, and
Advantages thereunto belonging.

   Given at Our Court at St James', the       Fourth    day of
  August  One Thousand Eight Hundred and  Seventythree  in the
Thirty Seventh    Year of Our Reign.

                        By Her Majesty's Commands

                                [Granville?]