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Mr. Seward to Mr. Adamt.
Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward.

Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams

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Subject.

Resolution! of the Union and Emancipation Society

of Manchester.
The fitting out of the Alabama. Denial of Mr. Wels-

roan that he was on board daring the trial trip.
Acknowledgment of the fair and impartial conduct

of tho British authorities In enforcing the law

against the repacking of gunpowder at Belize.
The capture and destination of the ship Bed Gauntlet

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The reduction of Fort Sumter to ruin*

The Florida off Queens ton n*. The bar silver brought
to Liverpool.

Note to Earl Russell in reference to French media-
tion.

ProprpM of military affair*. Failure of expectatloni
of the insurgents bated on the New York, riots.

Acknowledgment of friendly action of Rear Admiral
.Jones at (jneenstown.

The Iron-clod vessels building for the Insurgents

Earl Russell's acknowledgment of copy of note to
Mr. Dayton.

Further correspondence In reference to the detention
of iron-clod rami building for tho Insurgent*.

The name subject

The name subject

Acknowledgment of the proceeding! of the Union and
Emancipation Society of Manchester.

The statement in regard to Mr. Weinman

The iron-clod rams fitting out for the insurgentl

The same subject

Military and naval o]

The iron-clad rams detained by order of the British

government. Expediency of

of the treaties

powers.
Approval of
The decision of the

rams.

Additional cases of American vessels destroyed by the
Alabama.

Further correspondence with Earl Russell in reference

to the detention of the iron-clad rams.
The regulations in regard to the exportation of gun

powder from British Honduras.
The claims for damages based on the depredations of

the Alabama.
Approval of proceedings of Mr.
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The military situation ,

Claims for damages on account of the

American vessels by the Florida.

The military situation

The decision of the British government in regard to

the detention of the iron-clods.

The same subject

The Alabama at the Cape of Good Hope, Proceed

logs of the American consul and* the colonial

authorities.

Claim tweed on the destruction of the American ship
Brilliant.

The action of the British government in regard to the

Iron-clad rams.
The claims based on the destruction of American

vessels by the Alabama.
The disposition of European powers in regard to

intervention.

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GREAT BRITAIN—Continued.

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The cafe of the Blanche

Cue of the Mont Blanc

Devices for evading the blockade

Condition of the prisoners captured at Fort Delaware

The cane of the Mont Blanc

Instructions not to permit specie or goods to be sent away in British men-of-war from places under blockade.

The case of the Elias Reed

The ease of the Golden Eagle

The blockade at Galveston

The same subject

Supplies of arms to Indians on the frontier

Intercourse between British and American cruisers In the Gulf.

The case of John J. Shaver

Intercourse between British and American cruisers in the Gulf.

The case of Francis Carroll

Case of the Thistle

Cose of the Mont Blanc

The Oreto (or Florida) at Nassau

The case of the Sunbeam

The case of the Elias Reed

The same subject

The case of the Sunbeam

Colored emigrants from the United Stutes to the British West Indies.

The case of the Elias Meed

The reception of the Oreto (or Florida) at Nassau...

Case of J. M. Vernon

The case of the Thistle

The case of J. M. Vernon

The oath required of aliens carrying on business at Memphis.

The case of J. M. Vernon

Information respecting trade by wav of Panama .... Dismissal of the British consul at Mobile for hoving

shipped specie for the insurgents on board a British

man-of-war.

Acknowledgment of the preceding note

Colored emigrants to the British West Indies

The dismissal of the Britixh consul at Mobile

The same subject

The case of the Elias Reed

British men-of-war in blockaded ports

The case of the Telegraph

Alleged proceedings of Admiral Wilkes

The same subject

The same subject. *

Th« same subject.

The case of tho Will-o'-the-Wisp

Alleged violation of British territory by a party of United States soldiers.

The same subject ,

The oath administered to aliens in Memphis.

April 1
April 2

Public moils in captured

Applications for permits to land cotton on the Savannah river.

The admUiistration of oaths to aliens

The reception of the Oreto or Florida at Nassau

Intercourse between naval officers of tho United States

and Great Britain. Intercourse of British men-of-war with blockaded ports. Intercourse between naval officers of the United States

and Great Britain.

The reception of the Oreto or Florida at Nassau

The case of the Peterhoff

Intercourse between naval officers of the United States

and Great Britain. Intercourse of British men-of-war with blockaded

ports.

The case of the Labuan

Public mails in captured vessels

Intercourse between uavul officers of the United States

ai.d Great Britain. Attempt to At out a privateer at Victoria, Vancouver's bland, for the insurgents.

I The administration of oaths to aliens

The case of tho WUl-o'-the-Wiap

GREAT BRITAIN—Continued.

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Alleged fitting out of a vessel for the Insurgents at Nassau.

The case of tho Dolphin

The case of tho Autona

The caso of the Mont Blanc

The case of the Granite City

Tho case of the Dolphin

Tho case of the Thistle and tho Dolphin

The case of the Dolphin

The case of the Peterhoff ■

Tho case of the Dolphin

The case of the Mont Blanc

The case of tho Dolphin

Proceedings In prise cases

The case of tho Adela ■

The ense of the retorhoff

The case of the Adela ■

The case of J. Hardcastle

Reply to complaint against Mr. Adams in reference to

a letter given to Leinan and Howell.

Proceedings in prize cases

Oaths administered to aliens at New Orleans

The alleged violation of tho sovereignty of the United

Slates by Canadian constables.

British trade with Matamoras

The case of Ebenczer Tyler

GREAT BRITAIN—Continued.

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June 10

June 11

Jnne 13

June 15

Jnne 16

Juno 10

June 16

Subjeet.

British trade with Mntamoras

The case of the Granite City

The case of the Peterhoff

The case of the Dolphin

The case of John J. Shaver

The case of J. M. Vernon

The alleged attempts to fit ont privateers for the insurgents at Victoria, Vancouver's island.

The case of Ebeuezer Tyler:

The case of the Ellas Heed

The alleged attempts to fit out privateers for the Insurgents at Victoria. Vancouver's island.

Supplies of arms to Indians on the northern frontier ..

Restrictions on trade between the United States and the Bahamas.

The case of J. M. Vernon

The ease of the Dolphin

The case of the Mnnt Blnnc

The case of the Elias Reed

The case of John J. Shaver

The alleged attempts to fit ont privateers at Vancouver's island.

The case of the Mnnt Blanc

Supplies of nrms to Indians on the northern frontier ..

The case of the Adela

Restrictions on trade between the United States and

the Bahamas. The alleged attempts to fit ont privateers for the in. surgents at Vancouver's island.

The case of John Hall and John Hardrastle

The hostile Indians seeking refuge in British territory.

The case of the Aries

The case of the Adela

The case of the Telegraph

The case of J. M. Vernon

Intercourse bet ween naval officers of the United States and Great Britain.

The case of the Aries

Supplies of arms to ludians on the northern frontier ..

The case of Mr. Sherwiu

The case of John Hardcastlc

The case of the Aries

Supplies of arms to Indians on the northern frontier ..

The case of John Hardcastle

The violation of the sovereignty of the Uuited States by Canadian constables in Michigan.

The case of J. M. Vernon

The case of the Telegraph

The case of J. M. Vernon

The alleged attempts to fit out privateers at Vancouver's Inland.

The case of the Adela

Customs regulations in regard to merchandise shipped from New York to Nassau.

The case of Henry E. Green

The case of the Grnnite Cily. The taking of captured vessels for use before adjudication.

The case of the Mont Blanc

The case of the Mitgicienne

The taking of captured vessels for use at a valuation.

The same subject

Intercourse between naval officers of the United States and Great Britain.

The case of the Golden Eagle ■

The case of Henry E. Green. Claims of foreigners for

damages in consequence of military operations. Transactions at Nassau on the occasion of a visit of the United Stntntsteamer Rhode Island to that port.

The case of J. M. Vernon

The same subject

The case of the Hanover

Avoidance of infringements of the law of nations by

United States vessels in West Indian ports. Visits of United States steamers to ports in the Bahamas.

The case of the Margaret and Jessie

Avoidance of infringements of the law of nations by "In West Indian ports.

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