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ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

THIRTY-SIX VOLUMES.

-(31.)

STATE PAPERS.
NORTH AMERICA.

Session
4 February 29 July 1864.

VOL. LXII.

18 64.

ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:
1864.

THIRTY-SIX VOLUMES:—CONTENTS OF THE
THIRTY-FIRST VOLUME.

STATE PAPERS:

North America:

[3241.] Correspondence respecting the " Alabama" (in continuation of Correspondence

presented to Parliament in March 1863) (No. 1) (1864) - - - p. l

[3269.] Correspondence respecting the Capture of the "Saxon" by the United States

. Ship " Vanderbilt" (No. 2) (1864) 6i

[3283.] Correspondence respecting the " Alabama" (in continuation of Correspondence
presented to Parliament in February 1864) (No. 3) (1864) - - 109

[3284.] Communications between the Collector of Customs at Liverpool and Messrs.

Klingender & Co., respecting Shipment of Guns on board the " Gibraltar"

(in continuation of Papers respecting the Vessel "Gibraltar," presented to

Parliament in July 1863) (No. 4) (1864) ------ 131

[3285.] Correspondence respecting Iron-clad Vessels building at Birkenhead (No. 5)

(1864) 137

[3291.] Correspondence respecting the " Tuscaloosa" (No. 6) (1864) - - - 173

[3298.] Correspondence respecting the Enlistment of British Seamen at Queenstown, on

board the United States' Ship of War " Kearsarge" (No. 7) (1864) - 209

[3299.] Correspondence respecting Recruitment in Ireland for the Military Service of

the United States (No. 8) (1864) 223

[3308.] Papers relating to the Seizure of the United States' Steamer " Chesapeake"

(No. 9) (1864) - - -241

[3319.] Despatch from Lord Lyons, referring to the alleged Report of the Secretary of

the Navy of the so-styled Confedeiate States (No. 10) (1864) - - 341

[3327.] Return of Claims of British Subjects against the United States Government,

from the Commencement of the Civil War to the 31st March 1864-(No. 11)

(1864) 345

[3328.] Further Correspondence respecting the Enlistment of British Seamen at

Queenstown, on board the United States' Ship of War " Kearsarge " (No. 12)

(1864) 369

[3330.] Correspondence respecting the Removal of British Consuls from the so-styled

Confederate States of America (No. 13) (1864) - - - - 379

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North America—continued.

[3331.] Correspondence with Mr. Mason, Commissioner of the so-styled Confederate States of America (in continuation of Papers presented to Parliament in March 1803) (No. 14) (1864) p. 421

[3365.] Papers respecting the Arrest and Imprisonment of Mr. James M'Hugh in the United States (No. 15) (1864) - 461

[3384.] Further Papers respecting the Arrest and Imprisonment of Mr. James M'Hugh in the United States (No. 16) (1864) - - - - - -481

[3385.] Correspondence respecting ihe Enlistment of British Subjects in the United States Arm> (No. 17) (1864) - - 489

[3394.J Further Papers respecting the Arrest and Imprisonment of Mr. James M'Hugh in the United States (No. 18) (1864) ------ 551

[3395.] Further Correspondence respecting the Enlistment of British Subjects in the United States'Army (No. 19) (1864) 561 NORTH AMERICA.

No. 1. (1864.)

CORRESPONDENCE

RESPECTING

THE "ALABAMA."

(In continuation of Correspondence presented to Parliament in

March 1863.)

*

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty.

1864.

LONDON:
PRINTED BY HARRISON AND SON8.

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