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The depredations of the Alabama

The progreai of affairs in the United States

The reinstatement of Mr. Canisius as consul at Vienna

Public sentiment in the United States towards France. No party in the United States disposed to submit to dictation, or to accept mediation or intervention.

Instructions given to the French agents and to the United States military authorities at New Orleans.

The military situation

The alleged attempt of Franco to separate Texas. Schemes and efforts of insurgent emissaries in Europe.

Acknowledgment of information given by Mr. Dayton.

The French proposition of mediation

Authority conferred on the President to issue letters of marque.

The condition of affairs in Poland

The answer to the proposition of mediation. Reply

of Mr. Drouyn de l'Huys.

Address of the Protestant clergy of France

The alleged design to separate Texas

Close of the session of Congress. Its measures

Colored emigrants to European colonies

The speech of M. Billault on the French invasion of

Mexico.

The £3,000,000 loan of the insurgents

Address of the Protestant clergy of France

The French project of mediation

Letters of marque and reprisal. The unfounded allegations of alienation between Mr. Mercier and the United States government.

The f 3.000,000 loan of the insurgents. The appeal of the Protestant clergy of France.

The purchase of cotton by neutrals in southern ports.

The condition of public affairs and public sentiment in the United States. The unfounded statements of differences with Mr. Mercier.

The congressional resolutions in regard to foreign intervention.

The £3,000,000 loan of the insurgents

The state of public affairs in the United States

Foreign intervention. The government and people

of the United States are and will remain steadfastly

opposed to it.

Affairs in Poland

Letters of marque and reprisal. The Polish and

Mexican questions.

The loan of the insurgents

Allied entrance of a piratical steamer into French

waters.

Regulations in regard to the purchase of cotton, Jtc, by neutrals.

The alleged entrance of a piratical steamer into French waters.

Complaint of the certificate given by Mr. Adams to Howell and Zerman. French purposes in Mexico.

Letters of marque and reprisal. The course of the French government in regard to the United States. Relations between the two countries as affected by Polish and Mexican affairs.

The certificate given by Mr. Adams. The course of France in regard to affairs in the United States.

The postal convention at Paris. Arrival of Mr. Kasson, the United States commissioner. The alleged loan of 8,000,000 francs negotiated by the insurgents. Explanations referring to Mr. A dan

The entrance of the Japan or Virginia into waters.

Relations between the United States and France as affected by questions arising out of French operations in Mexico.

Reply to proposal of co-operation in the action of France with regard to affairs in Poland.

The proceedings of the Japan or Virginia

Letters of marque and reprisal. French observance of the obligations of neutrality.

Relations with Great Britain

FRANCE—Continued.

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Approval of proceedings of Mr. Dayton with regard to Mr. Adams.

Tliu blockade of Matanioras

Satisfactory rosult of explanations in regard to the certificate given Howell and Zerman.

The reply to the proposal of co-operation in regard to affairs in Poland. The elections In France. Movements of emissaries of the insurgents.

The quotation of American stocks on the French Bourse. Endeavors to observe the obligations of neutrality, and at the same time not to neglect customary international courtesies.

Movements of emissaries of the insurgents. Affairs in Mexico.

Approval of proceedings of Mr. Dayton in regard to

letters of marque. The observance of the obligations of neutrality, and

the usages of international courtesy.

The certificate given by Mr. Adams

The Polish qnestion. The military situation in the

United States. The Emperor's letter to General Forey on the capture of Puebta.

Public sentiment In France

Refusal to permit tho stocks of the United States to

be quoted in the French Bourse.

Efforts of emissaries of the insurgents

The President's proclamation in regard to claims for

exemption from the draft on the ground of alienage. The statements of Messrs. Roebuck and Lindsay in

regard to the recognition of the insurgents.

Rumored projects of intervention

The statements of Messrs. Roebnek and Lindsay, and

the condition of public opinion in Europe in regard

to affairs in the United States. Tho rumored projects of intervention or recognition.. The quotation of United States stocks on the French

Bourse.

The rumors of intervention and the declarations of the French government.

European opinions in regard to American affair*. The Polish question.

The statements of Mei-nrs. Roebuck and Lindsay, and the correction made by the Moniteur.

The President's proclamation concerning tho liability of emigrants to tho United States to perform military service.

Erroneous opinions In Europe respecting affairs in

the United States. Alleged design of the French upon the independence

of Ecuador.

The conversation of the Emperor with Messrs. Roebuck and Lindsay in regard to recognition.

Alleged design to get out under French papers and flag the steam rams building at Liverpool for the insurgents.

Favorable change in public opinion In Europe. Hopes of the sympathizers with the Insurgents based upon mob violence.

The statement of Mr. Roebuck in regard to nil conversation with the Emperor.

The alleged design to get out under Fronch papers and flag the steam rums building at Liverpool for the insurgents.

The alleged design of the French upon the independence of Ecuador.

The explanation of the Moniteur respecting the conversation of the Emperor with Messrs. Roebuck and Lindsay.

The pirate Florida at Brest

The steam rams building at Liverpool for the insurgents.

The pirato Florida at Brest

The course of events in Mexico

Proceedings of the United States minister lu Salvador

in regard to French and British interests there. The statement of the crt w of the Anglo-Saxon, burned

at sea by the Florida. The conduct and prospects of tho piratical steamer

Florida.

Page. FRANCE—Continued.

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370 Mr. Dayton to Mr. Seward ...I Oct 27

425 ] Mr. Seward to Mr. Dayton ... Not. 1

372 ! Mr. Dayton to Mr. Seward ... Not. 6

432 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Dayton... Not. 21

Subject

The views of the Emperor's government in regard to

Central America and Mexico. The explanation of the Moniteur concerning the Em

peror's conversation with Messrs. Koebuck and

Lindsay.

The action of the French government in regard to the Florida.

The steam rams building at Liverpool for the insurgents

The designs of the Florida

Conversation with Mr. Dronyn de L'Huys in regard to rumors of recognition and of negotiation with the insurgents by the French government, and in regard to rumors of hostile purposes of the United States towards the French in Mexico.

The condition and designs of the Florida

The unfounded rumors concerning the respective designs of the French and United States governments.

The condition and designs of the Florida

War vessels building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the insurgents.

The KloridB at Brest

The proceedings of the French In Mexico

Communications from agents of the regency and from

disaffected Mexicaus.

The Florida at Brest

The vessels building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the

insurgents.

The piratical vessel Southerner at Malta

Proceedings of the minister of the United States in Salvador in reference to French interests.

Information obtained by the consul at Paris

The attitude of France in regard to the civil war in the United States, and the relation of France towards Mexico.

The war vessels building in Brench ports for the insurgents.

The comiition and prospects of the Florida

The same subject

The general state of the relations between Frunco and

the United States.

The piratical steamer Southerner

The Florida

The vessels building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the

insurgents.

The policy of France in Mexico

The vesse'ls building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the insurgents.

Proceedings of the minister of the United States in Salvador in reference to French interests.

The piratical steamer Southerner

The vessels building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the insurgents.

The vessels building at Bordeaux and Nantes for the insurgents.

The piratical steamer Southerner

The vessels building at Bordeaux aud Nantes for the insurgents.

Proceedings of the French government in regard to

the Florida and Kearsarge. Request of the French government for permission to

take the tobacco purchased by it in Virginia prior

to the war.

The steamers building at Bordeaux and Nantes for

the insurgents.

Mexican affairs

Approval of proceedings of Mr. Dayton

Orders given by the French government to stop the

fitting out of the vessels for the insurgents at Bbr

deaux and Nantes. The action of the French government in regard to the

Florida.

The same subject

The vessels at Nantes and Bordeaux. Action of the

United States government heretofore in reference

to privateers in United States ports.

The same subject

The same subject

The action of the French government in regard to tho

Florida at Brest and the Georgia at Cherbourg. The same subject

FRANCE—Continued.

No. From whom and to whom.

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Proceedings of Uuited States authorities in New Orleans in regard to property of French citizen*.

The same subject (

Claim* for exemption from military service on the ground of alienage.

The huiuc subject

The i&me subject

The case of Francois Bouge.ru and his claim for 72 slaves.

The wiuie subject

Claims for exemption from draft on the ground of alieuage.

Proceeding* of the United State* authorities at New Orleans in regard to property of French citizens.

The case of Francois Bougere

Imprisonment of alleged French subject* at New Orleans,

The case of Franco!* Boug6re

The cane, of Koehereau Sc Co., Jeannet, Questier ft Co., and Lewi*, French subject* at New Orleans.

The case of Charles Heidsick

The case of Rochereun & Co

The case of Francois Bougere

Proposition of co-operation of the United States government in reference to affairs in Polaud.

The case of Francois Bougere.

Claims of French subjects of Injuries to person or property.

The iron-clad vessels building at Liverpool

Unfounded reports in regard to the proposed action

of the French and Uuited State* governments. Proceedings of the militury authorities in New Orleans'

The same Bubject

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Conversation with Prince Gortchacow concerning

American affairs. The French proposition of Intervention In American

attain*.

The same subject

The same subject. The Russlau reply

The same subject

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Russian view* of the American insurrection

The proposed telegraphic communication between the

United Slate* and the Ruhsiuii dominion*. Progress of affair* in the United Stutes, aud European

Idea* concerning them. The same subject

The proposed telegraphic communication between the

United State* and the RuBsiau dominion*.

The military situation ,

The policy of Russia in regard to the United States...

The military situation

The Russian opinion of the President'* proclamation

of emancipation. Diplonmtic communication* between France, Russia,

and Great Britain, In regard to Aruerieun affair*. Comment* of tho Russian pre** on tho President's

proclamation. Intercepted despatch from J. P. Benjamin to L. Q. C.

Lamar.

The policy of Russia in regard to American affairs

The intercepted despatch from J. P. Benjamin to L. Q. C. Lamar.

Acknowledgment of despatches, congressional resolution*, medals, &c. Manifesto iu relation to Poland. Iucrensa of prestige of United State* In Europe.

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