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RELATING TO

FOREIGN AFFAIRS,

ACCOMPANYING THE

ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

TO THE

FIRST SESSION THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS.

PART I.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1866.

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1864. 818 Mr. Adams to Mr. Nov. 25 Reception in Europe of the news of the presSeward.

idential election in the United States. 819 .do......

Nov. 25 Cases of the detention of the Great Western,

and of Jones and Highatt, for violation

of foreign enlistment act. 821 .do.......

Nov. 25 The use of British territory by the insurgents

for hostile enterprises against the United

States. 822 do..

Nov. 30 Proceedings of the British ministry in rela

tion to the reduction of the military and

naval service, 823 do.......

Dec. 1 Reply of Earl Russell to three rebel emissa

ries. 824

Dec. 1 Address of the Union and Emancipation So

ciety of Manchester. 825 do......

Dec. 1 Case of the Deerhound.. 826 .do...... Dec. 2 Death of Mr. Dayton.... 1183 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 6 Intercepted correspondence showing the use Adams.

of British provinces by the insurgents. 830 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 8 Case of the Rappahannock...

Seward. 1185 Mr. Seward to Mr. | Dec. 9 | Alleged enlistments for the United States milAdams.

itary service. 1186 ......do..... Dec. 13 Projects of hostile invasion of the United

States by rebels in Canada.
1187 ... ...do........ Dec. 13 | The President's message. Appointment of

Chief Justice and Attorney General. Or-
ganization of Congress. The military sit-
uation,

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