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Tbe depredations of the Alabama
The question of the Scheldt dues. Effect of the proclamation of emancipation and of military events npon public opinion.
The case of the Sumter
Transmitting address to the President and resolutions of a publii: meeting at Sheffield. Formation of an emancipation society at Manchester. Transmitting resolutions of the executive committee
of the Loudon Emancipation Society. Transmitting a report of the reception by Mr. Adams of a deputation of the London Emancipation Society. The etitte of the Alabama. Intercepted correspondence of the insurgents with their agents abroad.
Military success in Arkansas
Effect of current events upou opinions in England. Addresses to the President from Salford, Chesterfield, and Cobham, and resolutions from Cross Hills. Case of the steamer Georgiana; investigation of her character and destination. Correspondence with Earl Russell.
Case of the Dutch vessel captured for violating tbe blockade In the Crimean war, similar to the case of the Emily St. Pierre.
The sale of the Sumter
Speeches of Mr. Mllner Gibson and the Duke of Ar
The address of the workingmon of London to the
President The military situation. Further correspondence with Earl Russell in reference
to the Alabama. Further correspondence In reference to the steamer Georgiana.
Meetings at Exeter Hall, at Bradford in Yorkshire,
at Strand in Gloucestershire, and at Bristol. Schemes of the insurgents for transmitting gold to
Great Britain to buy and fit out ships-of-war. Memorial from the New York Mutual Insurance Company relative to losses by depredations of the Alabama.
Acknowledgment of resolutions of the London Emancipation Society. Acknowledgment of proceedings of the Emancipation
Society at Manchester. The military situation and state of public sentiment.. Proceedings of meetiugs at Glasgow, London, and Liverpool, and of the British and Foreign AntiSlavery Society. The Queen's rpeech and debates in Parliament upon American affair*.
Military and naval affairs
The President's reply to the Manchester address.
The capitalization of the Scheldt dues. Addresses and resolutions of meetings held at Leeds, at Galashiels, at Bath, at Bromley, and at South London.
The enlistment law admitted by the cabinet to bo sufficiently effective. Rem oust rauce against the building and fitting out of ships-of-war for the insurgents in British ports.
Departure of the Sumter from Gibraltar
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meetiugs at
Chesterfield, Salsford, and Cross Hills. Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Cobbam,
The case of the Emily St Pierre
I The case of tbe Georgiana
The case of the Alabama. Case of the Sunbeam.
The subject of letters of marque and reprisal. Proceediugs of meetings In Lancashire and South Wales.
Alleged transport of money for the insurgents in her
Britannic Majesty's steamer Vesuvius. The resolutions of the New York Mutual Insurance
Arrival of the Sumter at Liverpool
State of affairs aud opinion
Acknowledgment of the proceedings of meeting in
the Tower Hamlets. Improvement In public feeling between Great Britain
and the United States.
Proceedings of in
Case of the Emily 8t. Pierre
European policy in reference to Poland, Mexico, and
the United States. Action of the British government in regard to the shipment of money in her Britannic Majesty's ship Vesuvius for the insurgents. Dismissal of Acting Consul Magee. Orders given to forbid any similar shipment.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Stroud. Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Glasgow.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting of tho British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Bradford.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Gala
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The British foreign enlistment law and Hi enforce ment.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Bath.. Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at South London.
Thi- President's reply to the workingmen of Manchester.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Leeds..
Acknowledgment of proceedings of inectiugs
Approval of remonstrance based on intercepted corrf Hpondeuce of the insurgents.
Addresses and resolutions from Newcastle-uponTyne, Huddersiield, Ashford, Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, Marshy, and Leeds.
Acknowledgment of the prompt action of the British government in the case of Acting Consul Magee.
Mexican and Polish utTuirg
Destruction of the Jacob Bell by the pirate Florida. Necessity of adopting the policy of issuing letters of niurque if hostile vessels are permitted to bo despatched from British porta.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meetings in England and Wales.
Approval of proceedings relative to resolutions of New York Mutual Insurance Company.
Approval of proceedings in relation to the Sumter.
Correspondence with Karl Russell in regard to despatch of hostile vessels from British ports.
Proceedings of meetings in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, und Lancashire.
Proceedings of New York Chamber of Commerce in reference to tbe piratical depredations on Amorlcan commerce.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meeting at Birmingham.
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meetings at Edinburgh, Paisley, Luddenden Foot, Halifax, Aberdane, Oldham, Merthyr-Tydvil, Carlisle, and Rawtenstall.
European opinion: Mr. Mercier's visit to Richmond.
Acknowledgment of actiou of British government in the case of Acting Consul Magee.
Proceedings of meetings at Southampton and Newark-upon-Trent.
Correspondence with Earl Russell in regard to tho Sumter, the loan of the insurgents, and tho building of wur ships for their use.
Documents relating to American affairs furnished to Parliament.
Remonntranco occasioned by the hospitalities of the British local authorities at Barbadoes to the piratical steamer Florida.
Condition of affuirs i
The reputed owners of tho Sumter agents of the insurgents.
The dismin*al of the British acting consul at Mobile.
The cotton loan of the insurgents negotiated in England.
Debate in Pnrliami
From whom and to whom.
Conference with Earl Russell on the building and
Bending out from British ports of Bhips-of-war for
the insurgents. Correspondence with Earl Russell in reference to the
fitting out of an armed vessel at Glasgow for tho
Proceedings of the meeting of the London Trades Union; also of meetings at Bradford and Great Horton.
The case of the piratical steamer Georgiana
The reception of the Florida at Nassau
Debate iu the House of Commons on American affairs
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meetings at Cirencester and Bolton.
The marriage of the Prince of Wales
The building and fitting out in British ports of armed vessels for the destruction of American commerce.
Proceedings of meetings at Woolwich and Blngley...
Further correspondence with Earl Hussell In reference to armed ships building and fitting out for the insurgents. State of the public feeling.
The same subject
Deposition of Clarence R, Yonge, paymaster of the Alabama.
The Alexandra taken possession of and detained by the British government. Cases of the Peterhoff and Magicieuue.
State of public feeling ..,
The sailing of the Virginia for Aldemey
Destruction of the bark Golden Rule by the Alabama
The case of the Alexandra
Correspondence with Earl Russell in regard to the intercepted despatches of the insurgents.
Further correspondence with Earl Russell In regard to the Phantom, the Southerner, and the Alexandra.
The building and fitting out of hostile vessels in British port*.
Foreign projects of intervention in American affairs..
Legal questions arising In referenco to tho execution of the British foreign enrolment act. Mr. Evarts instructed to proceed to London.
Military and naval affairs
Case of the Georgiana
Proceedings of meetiugs at Leicester and Preston
Further correspondence with Earl Russell in reference to the Alexandra.
The allegations of enlistments of recruits in Great Britain for the United States service formally denied.
The sailing of tha Virginia. Further correspondence with Earl Russell in regard to it.
The statements of Clarence R. Yonge, pretended paymaster of the Alabama.
The mail of tho Peterhoff forwarded to Its destination unopened. The vessel left to the action of the courts.
Expression of satisfaction at the proceedings of Earl
Russell in regard to the Alexandra, and approval
of the course of Mr. Adams. Approval of Mr. Adams's proceedings in the case of
the Virginia, (or Japan.) The agents of the insurgents purchasing vessels for
the purpose of running the blockade. Further correspondence with Earl Russell in regard
to the fitting out of hostile vessels in British ports. Further correspoudence with Earl Russell in regard
to the Sumter.
The departure of the Virginia, (or Japan)
Further correspondence with Earl Russell in reference
to the supposed enlistments of men In Great Britain
for the United States service. Approval of proceedings of Mr. Adams in reference
to the fitting out of vessels in British ports. Approval of proceedings of Mr. Adams in reference
to the intercepted despatches of the insurgents. Acknowledgment of resolutions, addresses, and proceedings of meetings in Great Britain. Acknowledgment of the proceedings of the meeting in
From whom and to whom.
Military and naval operations
Correspondence between M. D. Conway and Mr. Mason.
Case of the Alexandra
The military and naval situation
False clearances said to bo granted at Nassau In aid of attempts to violate the blockade.
Proceedings in the llouse of Commons on Mr. Roebuck's motion.
Proceedings of meetings at Bolton and Dolgelly. Efforts of sympathizers with the insurgents to create popular action in their behalf.
Parliamentary proceedings on Mr. Roebuck's motion
Mr. Evarts's return. Case of the Alexandra
Parliamentary debates on American affairs
Armed vessels for the insurgents fitting out In British ports.
The policy to be pursued in regard to maritime questions in view of the result in the case of the Alexandra.
The proposed telegraph from St. Petersburgh to San Francisco by way of Behring's Straits.
Approval of proceedings of Mr. Adams
The correspondence of Mr. Conway with James M. Mason.
Progress of military and naval operations
Surrender of Port Hudson and retreat of Leo from the Potomac.
■Withdrawal of Mr. Roebuck's motion
The iron-clad vessels fitting out for the insurgents...
Claims in the cases of the Golden Eagle and the Henrietta. The outfit of the Japan.
Mr. Roebuck's proposition. Correction of misstatement In reference to a communication of Mr. Drouyn de l'Huys. .
Tho military situation. The New York riot
Acknowledgment of proceedings of meetings
Acknowledgment of despatches ■
Effect in England of tho news uf the fall of Vicksburg and defeat of Lee. European complications.
The iron-clad vessels fitting out for the insurgents..
Preparations to resist the attack of the vessels fitting out In British ports.
The Intercepted insurrectionary correnpondonee
The military situution
Reply to communication from meeting In Manchester.
Approval of remonstrance in regard to the preparation of the steam rams. The insurrection must fail if It does not receive new and extensive foreign aid.
Approval of proceedings of Mr. Adams in regard to claims in tho cases of vessels destroyed by the Alabama.
The crisis of the war. Waning power of the insurgents. Indications that Great Britain and the United States are drifting towards hostilities. The consoqueuces of such a conflict. Tho means of averting it.
Effect of the fall of Vlcksbnrg and Port Hudson upon the loan for the insurgents, and upou public feeling. Parliament prorogued. The Queen's
The iruu-clad vessels fitting out for tho Insurgents at Liverpool.
Silver captured from American vessels by the Florida taken to Bermuda, and thence to Liverpool.
Case of the ship Nora, burned by the Alabama
Loss of confidence In England In the prospects of the lnsurgeuts. The emancipation qncstlon.
Approval of proceedings in regard to the steam rams.
Review of the operations of the war on sea and lund during the past year.
Case of the Alexandra
The iron-clad vessels building for the insurgents
The same subject
The same subject
The same subject