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The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

Resolutions of the Congress of the United
States protesting against a monarchy in
Mexico.

Case of tho Princess

Conduct to be observed towards envoys of
the Archduke Maximilian.

Detention of military equipments at New
York. Pretended diplomatic agent sent to
Mexico by the insurgents to the so-culled
Regency of the Empire.

Thanks of the United States government
to the Spanish admiral. Constitutional
changes adopted by the House of Depu-
ties. The Sun Domingo question.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

The San Domingo question

Tho same subject

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

The same subject. Approval of proceedings
Rendition by the authorities of Cuba to the

United States of three escaped convicts

from the Tortugas. Assumption of imperial authority by the

Archduke Maximilian in Mexico.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

The same subject

The same subject

The question of maritime jurisdiction

Acknowledgment of despatch

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

Tho question of maritime jurisdiction

The San Domingo question —

The Spauish-Pcruvian difficulties

The same subject

The same subject

The same subject

The same subject

Case of Arguelles

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

The same subject. Ratification by Spain of

treaties with Guatemala and the Argentine

Republic.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

The same subject

The same subject

Departure of Mr. Barreda

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

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Approval of proceedings, ravian difficulties.

The same subject

The same subject

The Spanish Pe

Aug. Aug. Aug.

Firing on vessels of the United States passing the straits of Gibraltar.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

Sedition in a Spanish jegimeut

Claims of United States citizens against Spain.

Ang. 19 The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties .

Aug. Aug.

Aug. Sept.

23 Mr. Barreda's mission .

Sept. 18

Sept. 19

Sept, 24

Sept. 26

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 17

Oct. 26

Oct . 31

Nov. 15

Nov. 17

Nov. 17

Dec. 2

Approval by the Queen of Spain of the order of the Captain General of Cuba, prohibiting foreign men-of-war, outside of the port of Havana, from sending in their boats.

Acknowledgment of despatch

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties .

The new cabinet

Approval of proceedings. The Spanish-Peruvian question in Congress.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties. Neutrality of the Isthmus of Panama.

Acknowledgment of despatch

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

Military successes in the United States

Reception of Mr. Perry by the new minister of state.

The Spanish-Peruvian difficulties

Detention of a Spanish vessel by the United

States ship-of-war Niagara. Suggested extension of timo for the solution

of the Spanish-Peruvian difficulties. Consignment of guano to the United States

on Spanish account.

Acknowledgment of despatches

Detention of a Spanish vessel by the United

States ship-of-war Niagara.

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Dec. 18

1864. Jan. 7

European politics. European opinion in regard to affairs in the United States.

Attitude of Europe towards the United States.

Reorganization of the insurrectionary States.

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1864. Feb. 15

Mar. 11

Mar. 25
April 18

May 30

July 14

Sept. 19

Sept. 24

Oct. 15

Nov. 14
Nov. 15

1863.
Sept. 21

Oct.

Oct. 26

Nov. 24
Nov. 24

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

1864.

Jan. 23

Feb. 23

Mar. 7

May 10

July 26

Aug. 7

Aug. 29

Oct. 23
Nov. 8

Nov. 19

Subject.

Opening of a new campaign. Condition of the insurrectionary States.

Public sentiment in Austria. The military situation in the United States..

The Sehleswig-Holstein question

Policy of the government of the United
States in regard to Mexico. The Fort
Pillow outrage.

The Sehleswig-Holstein question

Death of General Wadsworth

The approaching presidential election

The same subject

Proposed fitting out of steamers in Europe to run the blockade with troops from Poland.

Death of Count Georg<5

Sympathy of the United States for Austria.

Proposed expected offer of the throne of Mexico to the Archduke Maximilian. Mexican affairs. Humors of secret understandings between agents of the insurgent Stales and the Emperor Napoleon.

Affairs in regard to Mexico. The insurrection in Poland. Political affairs in Austria.

Purchase of stores for United States vessels of war in ports of Austria.

Mexican affairs

Affairs in Poland. Proposed European congress. Proceedings of the House of Deputies.

The Sehleswig-Holstein question

Proposed European congress. State of

affairs in Europe. The Sehleswig-Holstein question. Speech

of Count Kochberg.

The Sehleswig-Holstein difficulty

The same subject. Speech of the Emperor of Austria.

Affairs in Poland. Tho Sehleswig-Holstein difficulty.

The Sehleswig-Holstein difficulty

False reports as to affairs in the United States

Affairs in the United States

Public feeling in Europe in regard to American affairs. Visit of the King of Prussia to the Emperor of Austria. The Sehleswig-Holstein difficulty.

European affairs. Tho new Zollverein

The alleged shipment of Poles for the rebel armies.

Opening of the Reichsrath. Speech of the Emperor. Annual report of the finance minister.

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The war against Denmark

The same subject. The military situation .

Acknowledgment of despatch

Tho same

The same

Tho war against Denmark. Affairs in
Mexico.

Proposed departure of Baron Gerolt

The Yoddo not sold to tho insurgents. The military situation.

The Danish question. Approval of contemplated proceedings in regard to Baron Gerolt.

Policy of tho United States towards other nations.

Vessels built iu France or elsewhere for the rebels purchased by the Prussian government.

Erroneous opinion in Prussia in regard to affairs in tho United States.

The Schleswig-Holstein question. Conflict between the House of Deputies and the King.

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Dec . 26

1864. Jan. 12

Feb. 2

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 27

Mar. 12

April 2

April 7

April 16

April 20

May 4

May 10

May 28

June 11

July 5

July 13

July 22

July 30

Aug. 23
Aug. 28

The Schleswig-Holstein question. Proceedings of the Prussian chambers.

The German press on the President's message. The Schleswig Holstein controversy. Adjournment of the chambers. Return of the Queen and royal family.

European opinion in regard to the war in the United States. The Schleswig-Holstein question. Proceedings of the chambers.

Contest between the ministry and the Cham-
ber of Deputies. Entry of Prussian troops
into Schleswig-Holstoin.

Military operations in Schleswig-Holstein.
Condition of affairs in Europe.

European opinion in regard to affairs in the
United States. The Schleswig-Holstein
difficulties. Military operations.

Military operations in Denmark. Blockade of tho Holstein and Schleswig ports.

European opinion in regard to tho rebellion. The Schleswig-Holstein difficulties. Blockade of Prussian ports. Death of the King of Bavaria.

Proposed conference to settle tho Schleswig-Holstein difficulties. Military operations.

Correspondence in relation to the blockade of the port of Swinemuude.

Military operations of tho allies. Tho London conference. Sailing of Maximilian for Mexico.

The bombardment of Duppol. Tho London conference.

Military operations of the allies. The London conference.

Military operations. Cessation of hostilities

, arranged by the Loudon conference.

Proceedings of the London conference

The same subject. Anticipated settlement of the Schleswig-Holstein difficulties.

The Schleswig-Holstein difficulties

The sanio subject. Purchase by Prussia of the vessels built at Bordeaux for the insurgents.

Gratification of the Prussian government at the friendly relations of Baron Gorolt with the United States. Absence of the King and Her Von Bismarck. The conference at Vienna.

Extension of tho suspension of hostilities. Absence of tho King. Misrepresentations in German papers of tho immigration measures in the United States.

Sale of the Victoria to tho government of Prussia. The Schleswig-Holstein question.

The naval force of Prussia. The peace conference at Vienna.

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