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1864. 1189 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 13 Alleged manufacture of Greek fire in Canada Adams,

to be used to burn cities of the United

States. 1190 ..do..... Dec. 14 The discharge of the persons who committed

the robbery and murder at St. Albans. 1191

Dec. 15 Delivery of deserters from men-of-war. 832 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 16 Rebel organization at Marysburgh, Canada..

Seward. 833 ...do...

Dec. 16 Case of Ellison vs. Jords, involving claim

for goods to run the blockade. 835 ..do..... Dec. 16 | Addresses of the London Emancipation So

ciety, Anti-Slavery Society, and Working

men of South London, 1192 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 17 Moral effect of the presidential election......

Adams. 1193 ..do...

Dec. 17 The military situation 1194 do...

Dec. 19 The raids from the British provinces.... 1197 ..do..... Dec. 21 Case of detention of the Great Western.. 836 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 22 Case of the Roanoke.

Seward. 838 ..do..

Dec. 22 Case of Mr. Leon Smith.. 839 .do.

Dec. 22 Reply to Lord Wharncliffe.. 840 .do...

Dec. 22 Hostile movements in Canada. 841 .do..

Dec. 22 The Sea King changed to the Shenandoah,

and her depredations on the coast of Brazil. 842 .do..... Dec. 23 Address from the people of Dewsbury..... 844 do..... Dec. 23 Address of Central Council of International

Workingmen's Association. 1199 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 21 Proclamation of Prince Maximilian affecting Adams.

British settlement in Ilonduras. 1200 .do..... Dec. 25 Case of the Deerhound 1201 do... Dec. 26 | Earl Russell's communication to rebel emis.

saries. 1203 .do..... Dec. 26 Case of the Rappahannock. The Queen os.

Rumble. 1204 .do..... Dec. 26 Earl Russell's reply in reference to affairs in

Canada. 1208

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Dec. 27 The military situation .... 845 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 29 The release of the Great Western....

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1864. 846 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 30 The departure of Lord Lyons. Operations Seward.

of rebel emissaries in Canada. The order

of General Dix. 848 do...... Dec. 30 Address from the Oldham Auxiliary Union and

Emancipation Society. 1214 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 31 Case of Ellison vs. Jorss...

Adams. 1215 do..... Dec. 31 Reply to addresses of London Emancipation

and Newmiln's Anti-Slavery Society. 1216 do.

Dec. 31 Contentions of British subjects concerning

our affairs. Addresses of delegations.

1865. 1219

Jan. 1 The military situation 1221 .do...

Jan. 1 The rebel organization in Marysburgh, Canada 850 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 5 Hostile outrages committed along the borders Seward.

of Canada and action of the courts. Ar

rest of Captain Corbett, of the Sea King. 1223 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 9 Hostile movements in Canada ....

Adams. 1224 ......do...... Jan. 9 Reply to address of the Central Council of

International Workingmen's Association. 1225

do........ Jan. 9 Reply to address of the people of Dewsbury.. 1226 do.. Jan. 10 Emissaries of the insurgents in Canada and

Europe. 1227 do. Jan. 10 The military situation. Debates in Congress

and in the Kentucky legislature. 1228

Jan. 10 Arrival of the Shenandoah at Bahia.. 1229 do. Jan. 10 | Acknowledgment of letter of congratulation

from Merthyr Tydfil. 1233 .do..

Jan. 10 Transfer of crew of the pirate Florida to the

Rappa hannock. 854 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 12 Instructions as to the treatment of neutral Seward.

vessels by confederate cruisers. 855

Jan. 13 Address from the British and Foreign Anti

Slavery Society. 1236 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 16 Death of Edward Everett. The military sitAdams.

uation. Abolition of slavery in Tennessee

and Missouri. 1237 .do

Jan. 16 Lord Lyons. The hostile movements in

Canada.

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1865. 1238 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 16 Acknowledgment of address of Oldham Aux• Adams.

iliary Union and Emancipation Society. 1241 ...do.... Jan. 18 | Termination of the reciprocity treaty ....... 1242 do.... Jan. 18 Plan for the seizure of American steamships

on the Pacific coast. 857 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 19 Cases of violation of the foreign enlistment Seward.

act. 1245 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 23 Insurgent expectations of recognition by Great Adams.

Britain and France. 1246 ..do..... Jan. 24 | Fall of Fort Fisher. Discontent and demor.

alization among the insurgents. Removal

of Judge Coursol. 1247 ......do..... Jan. 26 Difficulties in Canada.. 864 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 26 Case of the Roanoke at Bermuda..

Seward. 865 ..do....

Jan. 26 Position of parties in Parliament on Ameri

can policy. 1250 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 27 The pirate Shenandoah. Her depredations ..

Adams. 1253 do.... Jan. 30 | The military situation. Arrival of three peace

commissioners from the rebels. 1256 do..... Jan. · 30 Proceedings of insurgent emissaries to France

and Great Britain. 1257 ...do..... Feb. 1 Insult to the United States flag at Port Mahon. 867 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 2 Difficulties in Canada. Repeal of the reci. Seward.

procity treaty and passport system. 868 .do..... Feb. 2 Position of parties and public men in refer

ence to policy towards America. 869 do.....

Feb.

3 Case of the Peterhoff (Hobbs os. Henning)

and of the Rappahannock (Queen os. Rum

ble.) 1258 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 7 Interview granted by the President at ForAdams.

tress Monroe to the peace commissioners

of the rebels. 1259 ...do..... Feb. 7 The military situation. Passage of the con

stitutional amendment abolishing slavery. 1261 ... do..... Feb. 7 Cases of violation of foreign enlistment act.. 870 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 9 Meeting of Parliament. The Queen's speech.

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1865. 87) | Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 9 Rebel schemes and projects

Seward. 872 ...do...

Feb. 9 Case of the Rappahannock, (The Queen os.

Rumble.) Prosecutions under the foreign

enlistment act. 873 ......do........ Feb. 9 Escape of the Olinde, or Stonewall, from

Nantes. 874 ....do....... Feb. 10 English opinions of the American struggle... 1263 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 13 The military situation

Adams. 1265 .do....... Feb. 13 British national sentiment in regard to the

civil war. 1269 .do...... Feb. 13 Termination of the treaty regulating the naval

force on the lakes. 1270 do...... Feb. 13 Case of the Roanoke at Bermuda... 877 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 15 Conference with Earl Russell in reference to Seward.

the growing irritation between the two

countries. 879 ...do...... Feb. 16 Outfits of vessels for account of the rebels... 1271 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 16 Movements of the rebel steamer Laurel.....

Adams. 880 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 17 The depredations of the Shenandoah. Effects Seward.

in Europe of probability of peace in the

United States. 881 do.. Feb. 18 Movements of United States steamers in pur

suit of the Stonewall. 1272 Mr. Seward to Mr. | Feb. 18 Project of the rebels to get out the Alexan Adams.

dra. 1273 -do..... Feb. 21 | The military situation. Evacuation of Charles

ton. 1274

-do..... Feb. 21 British aid to the insurgents and its effects... 1277

do..... Feb. 21 Cases of the Peterhoff and the Rappabannock. 883 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 23 Parliamentary proceedings and state of public Seward.

opinion. 884 ......do...

Feb. 23 The intimations of the rebel commissioners.

Proceedings of insurgent emissaries in
France and Great Britain. Insult to the
United States flag at Port Mahon. Termi-
nation of the reciprocity treaty. Insurgent
vessels fitted out in British ports.

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1865. 1278 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 25 Treatment of United States ships-of-war at Adams.

the Bahamas, and treatment of rebel vessels

in British colonial ports. 1279 do..... Feb. 27 | The military situation. Surrender of Wil

mington. 1280 .do..... Feb. 28 The supplies of the Stonewall. Movements

of the City of Richmond and the Laurel. 1282 .do..... Mar. 1 Popular opinions and apprehensions in Eu

rope in regard to action of the United

States. European aid to the insurgents. ..do..... Mar. 1 Intercepted communication from rebel emis

saries in Canada. 886 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 2 Appointment of Sir Frederick Bruce in place Seward.

of Lord Lyons. Effect of American news

on English opinion. 1283 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 6 Case of The Queen os. Rumble.....

Adams. 1284 .do..... Mar. 6 Policy of the United States government to

wards Canada. 1285 do..... Mar. 6 The irritation growing up between the two

countries. 1286 do..... Mar. 6 The equipment and armament of the Olinde,

or Stonewall. 1287 do..... Mar. 6 Opinions of Earls Russell and Derby, and

the efforts of insurgent emissaries in Eng

land.
1288 ......do...... Mar. 7 Proceedings of Congress and its adjourn-

ment. Inauguration of President and Vice-
President. Appointment of Mr. McCul-

loch. The military situation.
1289 ...do..... Mar. 8 Termination of the treaty limiting the naval

force on the lakes. 1293 ...do..... Mar. 9 Outfits of vessels for account of the rebels ... 889 Mr, Adams to Mr. | Mar. 9 British opinion and policy in reference to the Seward.

United States. 890 .do..... Mar. 9 Case of The Queen vs. Rumble..... 1296 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 10 British apprehension of hostile designs on the Adams.

part of the United States towards Canada. 1297 ...do...

Mar. 13 Case of the Shenandoah. Communications

with rebel emissaries. European delusion
that rebel debts will be paid.

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