Papers relating to foreign affairs.

GREAT BRITAIN—Continued.

No. From whom and to whom. Date. Subject. Page.
1864.
950 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. May 18 Parliamentary proceedings in regard to neutrality. 1
951 do May 18 The enlistments by agents of the insurgents in British ports. 1
952 do May 18 The case of the Lairds’ rams and of the Alexandra. Movements of piratical cruisers. 1
953 do May 19 Policy of Great Britain in reference to the civil war in the United States. 2
693 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. May 19 The adjournment of Parliament. Conference on the Danish question. 2
694 do May 19 Parliamentary debates on the case of the Georgia. 3
697 do May 20 The Georgia advertised for sale 27
956 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. May 21 Progress of military and financial affairs in the United States. 27
958 do May 21 Case of the Georgia 28
698 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. May 26 Proceedings of Parliament. Conference on the Danish question. 29
699 do May 26 Purchase of the iron-clad rams by the British government. Projects of the insurgent agents and emissaries. 29
700 do May 26 Final proceeding in the case of the pirates of the Joseph L. Gerrity. 30
964 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. May 28 Parliamentary proceedings in relation to suffrage. 59
966 do May 28 Piratical projects of the insurgents. Prospect of the campaign. 59
969 do May 30 The suppression of the African slave trade. Extradition of Arguelles. 60
972 do May 31 Congressional legislation in regard to finance. Progress of military operations. 74
704 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 2 The forged proclamation calling for volunteers. 75
705 do June 2 Public opinion and parliamentary proceedings in England in regard to American affairs. 76
706 do June 2 Case of the Will-o’-the-Wisp 77
707 do June 2 Enlistment of seamen in Great Britain by agents of the insurgents. 78
[Page IV] 1864.
708 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 2 Conference on the Danish question. The ministerial crisis. 88
978 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. June 3 Parliamentary proceedings in regard to neutrality. 98
979 do June 3 Piratical cruisers in British waters 99
981 do June 6 Progress of military operations. Congressional proceedings. 99
984 do June 9 Purchase of the Lairds’ rams by the British government. 100
712 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 10 Case of the Georgia. Her reported sale 100
715 do June 10 Enlistments of seamen in Great Britain by agents of the insurgents. 101
991 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. June 14 Progress of military operations. The presidential canvass. 102
718 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 16 Debate in the House of Lords on the subject of enlistments in Great Britain. 103
720 do June 16 The Alabama at Cherbourg 111
721 do June 16 Rules in regard to American cruisers in British waters. 120
722 do June 17 Conference on the Danish question. Parliamentary proceedings. 124
723 do June 17 Instructions to governors of colonies respecting the treatment of prizes brought into British waters. Statistics in regard to American vessels sold to British subjects in 1863. 124
996 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. June 20 Public opinion in Great Britain in regard to American affairs. 173
997 do June 20 Conference on the Danish question 173
998 do June 20 Enlistments by agents of the insurgents in British ports. 174
1000 do June 20 Progress of military operations 175
1001 do June 20 The forged proclamation. 175
Do,(teleg’m) June 21 Military operations 175
724 |Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 21 Destruction of the Alabama by the Kearsarge. 175
725 do June 23 Termination of the conference on the Danish question. Mr. Lindsay’s motion for recognition. 180
726 do June 23 The engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama. Conduct of the Deerhound. 180
728 do June 23 British subjects captured on blockade runners. 182
729 do June 23 Case of the Hawk. 184
1007 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. June 27 Case of the Georgia 188
1008 do June 27 Enlistments in England by agents of the insurgents. 188
1009 do June 27 Increase of the naval force of the United States in European waters. 188
1010 do June 27 Difficulty between Spain and Peru 189
1013 do June 28 Progress of military operations 189
731 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. June 28 The conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 189
733 do June 30 The Danish question. The ministerial crisis. 192
734 do June 30 The conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. Enlistments of seamen in Great Britain by agents of the insurgents. 192
735 do June 30 Thanks to the British government for services rendered by Her Majesty’s ship Perseus to the American bark Maryland, in Japan. 197
[Page V] 1864.
1015 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 2 Parliamentary proceedings in regard to alleged American violation of the-enlistment laws of Great Britain. 198
1017 do July 2 The Alabama. Policy of Great Britain in regard to American affairs. 198
1018 do July 2 Alleged violation of neutrality regulations of the British government by the United States vessels at the Bahamas. 199
1019 do July 2 Parliamentary proceedings in regard to American affairs. 199
1020 do July 2 Acknowledgment of despatches 199
1021 do July 4 Resignation of the Secretary of the Treasury. Conclusion of the session of Congress. Progress of military operations. 200
Do,(teleg’m) July 6 The insurgent raid on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. 201
737 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. July 7 Legal proceedings instituted under the foreign enlistment act. 201
738 do July 7 Case of the Hawk 201
739 do July 7 Conduct of the British vice-consul at Key West. 202
740 do July 8 Reported combination between Russia, Austria, and Prussia for mutual defence. 204
743 do July 8 Resolutions adopted by the Union and Emancipation Society of Manchester. 205
1025 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 8 Destruction of the pirate Alabama by the Kearsarge. Rescue of the prisoners by the Deerhound. 206
1027 do July 9 Consular privileges and exequaturs 208
1028 do July 11 Same subject. Destruction of the Alabama by the Kearsarge. 211
1029 do July 11 Political affairs in Europe 211
1032 do July 12 Progress of military operations 211
744 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. July 14 The ministerial crisis. British policy in regard to continental affairs. 212
745 do July 14 The conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 213
747 do July 14 Request of a captured officer of the Alabama to be paroled 216
748 do July 15 Plea of “guilty” put in by a London shipping agent indicted for a violation of the foreign enlistment act. 217
1035 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 15 The interference of the Deerhound in the battle between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 218
1039 do July 16 Same subject 220
1041 do July 18 Progress of military operations 220
751 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. July 21 Proceedings of an association organized for the purpose of inducing intervention in behalf of the insurgents. 222
752 do July 21 Regulations in regard to vessels laden with combustibles ascending the Thames. Movements of cruisers of the United States. 223
1042 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 26 Progress of military operations 224
1043 do July 27 Acknowledgment of the resolutions adopted by the Union and Emancipation Society of Manchester on the 4th of July, 1864. 225
1045 do July 28 The conviction of John Seymour, shipping agent for the pirates. 226
1046 do July 28 Proceedings of Captain Winslow, of the Kearsage. Refusal of the insurgents to exchange prisoners. 226
[Page VI] 1864.
1049 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 28 Parliamentary proceedings in reference to proposed recognition of the insurgents. 227
753 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. July 28 Prorogation of Parliament. Mr. Lindsay’s motion. 228
755 do July 29 Conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama, 229
756 do July 29 Parliamentary debate on the subject of enlistments. Increase of emigration to the United States 250
1050 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. July 29 The Florida using the Bermuda islands as a base for depredations on American commerce. 263
1054 do Aug. 1 Parliamentary debates on American affairs and the policy of Great Britain towards the United States. 264
1056 do Aug. 1 Progress of military operations 264
758 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Aug. 4 Case of the Georgia 265
1063 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Aug. 8 Efforts of the insurgents to procure recognition by Great Britain. 267
1064 do Aug. 9 Progress of military and naval operations. Passage of the forts at Mobile. 268
1068 do Aug. 15 Emigration from Great Britain to the United States. 268
1069 do Aug. 15 Interference of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama. 270
1070 do Aug. 15 Progress of military and naval operations. The pirate Tallahassee. 271
1071 do Aug. 15 Efforts of the insurgents to procure recognition by Great Britain. 271
759 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Aug. 18 Trials at Liverpool of persons indicted for violation of foreign enlistment act. 272
760 do Aug. 18 The Cuban slave trade and efforts for its repression. Case of the Ciceron. 275
761 do Aug. 18 The sale of the Georgia. Adoption of a rule by the British government prohibiting all transfer or dismantling of belligerent vessels in British ports. 277
762 do Aug. 18 Consular officers of the United States in Canada. 279
763 do Aug. 18 Form of consular exequaturs 280
1074 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Aug. 20 Cases of the Georgia and the Tallahassee 282
1076 do Aug. 22 Progress of military and naval operations 282
766 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Aug. 25 The riots in Belfast. Emigration to America. Speech of Lord Palmerston at Tiverton. Effect of the news from the United States upon public opinion. 283
767 do Aug. 25, Capture of the Georgia 289
1077 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Aug. 26 Case of the Georgia 289
1078 Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Adams. Aug. 29 Progress of military operations. Capture of Fort Morgan. 289
769 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 1 Conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama. 290
770 do Sept. 1 The present condition of the contest in the United States. 290
772 do Sept. 2 The Cuban slave trade. Landing of a cargo of 1,200 negroes in Cuba. 291
773 do Sept. 2 Case of the Tuscaloosa 292
[Page VII] 1864.
774 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 2 case of the Florida at Bermuda 292
1080 Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Adams. Sept. 5 Capture of Atlanta. Progress of military operations. 293
777 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 8 Effects of news and rumors from the United States upon public opinion and commercial affairs. 294
779 do Sept. 8 Conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 295
780 do Sept. 8 Capture of the Georgia 298
781 do Sept. 9 Course of the authorities of Bermuda in relation to the Florida. 299
1086 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Sept. 16 The Belfast riots. Emigration to the United States. Lord Palmerston’s speech at Tiverton. European misconceptions in regard to intervention in the affairs of the United States. 299
785 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 16 Escape of deserters from ships-of-war 300
1087 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Sept. 19 General condition of affairs in the United States. The Chicago convention. Progress of military operations. 303
1090 do Sept. 19 Consular exequaturs 305
1092 do Sept. 19 Case of the Florida at Burmuda 305
1093 do Sept. 19 Case of the Tuscaloosa 305
1094 do Sept. 19 Conduet of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 306
1096 do Sept. 20 Proceedings under the treaty for the suppression of the slave trade. 306
1097 do Sept. 20 The transfer or dismantling of belligerent vessels in British ports. Capture of the Georgia. 306
1098 do Sept. 20 The trials for violation of the enlistment laws in Great Britain. 307
786 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 22 Effects of American news upon the cotton loan of the insurgents. Efforts to obtain signatures to an address to the people of the United States in favor of disunion. Blockade running enterprises. 307
787 do Sept. 22 Consular officers of the United States in Canada. 308
1103 Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Adams. Sept. 24 Action of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 309
1104 do Sept. 24 Public opinion in England in regard to affairs of the United States. Progress of military operations 309
1106 do Sept. 24 Case of the Georgia 309
1107 do Sept. 26 Progress of military operations 310
789 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Sept. 29 Action of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 310
790 do Sept. 29 Efforts of sympathizers with the insurgents to procure signatures to an address to the people of the United States recommending disunion. 313
1110 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Oct. 3 Criminals sent by the provincial authorities of Newfoundland to the United States. 318
1111 do Oct. 4 Plot to seize the United States steamer Michigan, and to release the prisoners at Johnson’s island. Progress of military operations. Retirement of Mr. Blair and appointment of Mr. Dennison. Withdrawal of Fremont from the presidential canvass. 319
[Page VIII] 1864.
792 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Oct. 6 European cotton market and its effect upon the financial resources of the insurgents. 321
1113 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Oct. 7 Case of the deserters from the Iroquois at Dover. 322
1114 do Oct. 7 Effect of recent events in the United States on public opinion in Europe. 323
1116 do Oct. 7 Operations of slave traders in Cuba 323
1116½ do Oct. 10 Case of the British vice-consul at Key West. 324
1117 do Oct. 10 Action of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 326
1118 do Oct. 10 Progress of military operations 328
1120 do Oct. 10 Increase of the naval force of the United States on the lakes. 329
1124 do Oct. 17 Schemes and efforts of agents and sympathizers with the insurgents in Great Britain. 329
Mr. Moran to Mr. Seward. Oct. 14 Resolutions of the Union Emancipation Society of Manchester. 330
Do Oct. 14 Address of the Union Emancipation Society of Glasgow. 330
1126 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Oct. 17 Action of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 333
1127 do Oct. 17 Case of the deserters from the Iroquois at Dover. 333
1128 do Oct. 18 Progress of military operations. Results of State elections. 334
1130 do Oct. 19 Alleged enlistment of several thousand Poles for the insurgent military service. 335
796 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Oct. 20 Efforts of agents of the insurgents to despatch vessels and arms, and to raise money for their cause by a fair or bazaar. 336
798 do Oct. 20 Case of deserters from the Iroquois at Dover 336
1131 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Oct. 20 The cotton market in Europe, and its influences on the fortunes of the insurrection. 337
1135 do Oct. 24 Progress of military operations 337
1136 do Oct. 24 The use of the British possessions on our northern frontier as a basis for the hostile operations of the insurgents. 338
800 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward. Oct. 27 Speeches of public men, and other indications of public opinion in regard to affairs of the United States. Conditions of parties in Great Britain. 347
803 do Nov. 3 Proceedings of a meeting at Sunderland 347
805 do Nov. 3 Cases of the Tuscaloosa, and of the criminals sent by the provincial authorities of Newfoundland to the United States. 349
806 do Nov. 3 Operations of slave-traders in Cuba 348
809 do Nov. 10 The parliamentary recess. Capture of the Florida. 349
810 do Nov. 10 The alleged enlistment of Poles for the military service of the insurgents. 350
813 do Nov. 18 The parliamentary recess. Condition of affairs in the United States. 350
814 do Nov. 18 Action of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and Alabama. 351
815 do Nov. 18 Case of the Sea King at Teneriffe. 352
816 do Nov. 18 Case of the British vice-consul at Key West. 353
817 do Nov. 18 Proceedings of the British association organized to give aid and comfort to the rebels. 354
1153 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Nov. 17 Proceedings of the Canadian authorities in regard to prevention of hostile expeditions against the United States. 355
[Page IX] 1864.
1159 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams. Nov. 21 Progress of military operations 357
1162 do Nov. 29 Progress of military operations. Resignation of the Attorney General. Correspondence with Mr. Joseph Parker. 358
1164 do Nov. 29 Projected hostile expeditions from Canada 360
1165 do Nov. 30 Capture of the steamer Roanoke by the insurgents. 361
1171 do Dee. 3 Equipment of the Sea King for piratical purposes. 367
1173 do Dec. 5 Reply to the application of Lord Wharncliffe. 367
1174 do Dec. 5 The result of the late national election 368
1177 do Dec. 5 The conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama. 369
1178 do Dec. 5 Equipment of the Sea King. The conduct of the Deerhound in the engagement between the Kearsarge and the Alabama. 369
1180 do Dec. 5 Departure of Lord Lyons 369
1182 do Dec. 5 The military situation. 370
APPENDIX. 1863.
794 Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Adams. Dec. 27 Alleged violation of the foreign enlistment act in the case of the Kearsarge. 371
792 do Dec 28 Case of the Sea Bride. 373
NOTES.
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. July 3 Case of the Isabella Thompson 385
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. July 10 Same subject 386
Do July 18 Case of the Victor 387
Do Aug 1 Same subject 388
390
Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Stuart. Aug. 26 Restrictions on trade between New York and the Bahamas. 390
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Oct. 29. Case of the Blanche 391
Do Oct. 30 Restrictions on trade between New York and the Bahamas. 394
Do Oct. 31 Case of the Victor. 395
Do Nov. 2 Case of the Sir William Peel 396
Mr. F. W. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 4 Case of the Victor 398
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 13 Case of the Sir William Peel 400
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 18 Case of the H. G. Berry 401
Do. Dec. 12 Case of the Chesapeake 401
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 12 Case of the Chesapeake 402
Do Dec. 16 Case of the Chesapeake 402
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 16 Case of the Chesapeake 402
Do Dec. 17 Case of the Chesapeake 403
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 17 Case of the Chesapeake 404
Do Dec. 18 Case of the Chesapeake 404
[Page X] 1863.
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 18. Case of the Chesapeake 405
Do Dec. 19 Case of the Labuan 406
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 20 Case of the Chesapeake 407
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 22 Case of the Julia 407
Memorandum Dec. 22 Case of the Mont Blanc 411
Mr. F. W. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 23 Case of the Julia 411
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 23 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 412
Mr. F. W. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 24 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 450
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 26 Case of James McHugh 450
Do Dec. 26 Case of the Banshee 451
Mr. F. W. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 28 Case of the Mont Blanc. 452
Do Dec. 29 Case of the H. G. Berry 452
Do Dec. 30 Case of James McHugh 453
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Dec. 30 Case of the victor 454
Do Dec. 31 Case of the Isabella Thompson 455
1864.
Do Jan. 2 Case of the Don Jose 461
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 3 Same subject 467
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 4 Case of the Chesapeake 468
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 5 Same subject 468
Do Jan. 5 Applications for exemption from liability as citizens of the United States by persons claiming to be British subjects. 468
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 6 Restrictions on trade with British colonial ports. 469
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 7 Same subject 471
Do Jan. 8 Exportation of treasure on foreign vessels-of-war. 473
Do Jan. 8 Case of the Banshee 473
Do Jan. 9 Case of the Chesapeake 474
Do Jan. 11 Case of the Sir William Peel. 475
Do Jan. 12 Supposed gathering of insurgents at Windsor, Canada. 482
Do Jan. 13 Case of the Chesapeake 482
Do Jan. 13 Case of the Julia. 483
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 13 Case of the Chesapeake 483
Do Jan. 13 Supposed gathering of insurgents at Windsor, Canada. 484
Do Jan. 13 Cases of the Volante and Dashing Wave 484
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 14 Same subject 484
Do Jan. 15 Case of Patrick Hamilton 484
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 15 Detention of live stock by the United States customs authorities at Niagara. 485
Do Jan. 16 Case of the Chesapeake 488
[Page XI] 1864.
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 16 Case of the Joseph L. Gerrity 490
Do Jan. 18 Case of the Chesapeake 490
Do Jan. 18 Case of Tames McHugh 491
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 18 Case of the Banshee 493
Do Jan. 18 Case of the Joseph L. Gerrity. 493
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 19 Case of the Banshee 493
Do Jan. 20 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 494
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 20 Case of the Etta 496
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 21 Case of the Isabella Thompson. 496
Do Jan. 21 Case of the Victor 497
Do Jan. 21 Case of the Blanche 497
Do Jan. 22 The detention of live stock by United States customs authorities at Niagara. 500
Do Jan. 23 Case of the Victor 501
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 23 Military commission to investigate cases of persons arrested. 503
Do Jan. 23 Treatment of British subjects captured on vessels violating the blockade. 504
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Jan. 23 Supposed gathering of insurgents at Windsor, Canada. 505
Do Jan. 25 Treatment of British subjects captured on vessels violating the blockade, or participating in hostile enterprises of the insurgents. 505
Do Jan. 26 Case of James McHugh 507
Do Jan. 26 Cases of the Volante and Dashing Wave 508
Do Jan. 28 Case of the Will-o’-the-Wisp 508
Do Jan. 29 Case of the Banshee 509
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Jan. 30 The application for the extradition of John C. Braine and others. 511
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 1 Case of the Etta 511
Memorandum. Feb. 2 Case of the Chesapeake 511
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 2 Supplies of food and ammunition furnished in the British territories to Indians hostile to the United States. 512
Do Feb. 2 Military commission to investigate cases of persons arrested. 512
Do Feb. 2 Case of the Victor 512
Memorandum Feb. 8 Case of the Banshee 514
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 9 Case of the Saxon 514
Do Feb. 9 The supplies furnished to the Sioux Indians 515
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 10 Case of the Saxon 515
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 11 The military commission at New York 515
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 12 Case of the Don Jose 516
Do Feb. 12 The military commission at New York 519
Do Feb. 13 Case of the Banshee 519
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 15 Restrictions on trade with British colonial possessions. 520
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 17 The same subject 521
Do Feb. 17 Case of the Etta 522
Do Feb. 19 Case of the Saxon 523
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Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 19 Restrictions on trade with British colonial possessions. 524
Do Feb. 19 Case of the Banshee 528
Do Feb. 19 Case of the Etta 529
Do Feb. 20 Case of the Banshee 529
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 20 Case of the Banshee 530
Do Feb. 20 Restrictions on trade with British colonial possessions. 530
Do. Feb. 22 Same subject 531
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 22 Same subject 531
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 23 Same subject 532
Do Feb. 25 Case of the Banshee 532
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 25 Case of James McHugh 533
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Feb. 26 Same subject 535
Do Feb. 29 Case of the Etta 535
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Feb. 29 Case of the Chesapeake 535
Do Mar. 1 Case of the Sir William Peel. 536
Do Mar. 2 Case of the Labuan. 538
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 2 Case of the Chesapeake 538
Do Mar. 3 Case of the Labuan. 539
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Mar. 4 Case of the Sir William Peel 539
Do Mar. 5 Case of the Sylvanus 542
Do Mar. 5 Case of the Antonica. 544
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 5 Case of the Sir William Peel 547
Do Mar. 8 Case of the Sylvanus 547
Do Mar. 9 Maritime captures and jurisdiction 547
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Mar. 9 Claim for coal taken from Angra Pequena by the Vanderbilt. 548
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 11 Piratical designs of insurgents who have sought refuge in Canada. 549
Do Mar. 11 Treatment of prisoners at Fort Lafayette 550
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Mar. 13 Suspicious vessels in Canadian waters 558
Do Mar. 13 Restrictions upon exportations of live stock 558
Do Mar. 15 Restrictions upon exportations of live, stock and anthracite coal. 559
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 16 Claim for coal taken from Angra Pequena by the Vanderbilt. 560
Do Mar. 16 Piratical designs of the insurgents. 560
Do Mar. 17 Restrictions upon trade with British colonial possessions. 560
Do Mar. 18 Restrictions upon exportations of live stock and anthracite coal. 561
Do Mar. 19 Cases of the Sallie and Sylvanus 562
Do Mar. 21 Case of the Chesapeake 562
Do Mar. 21 Case of the’ Sir William Peel 563
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Mar. 21 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 563
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 22 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 563
Do Mar. 22 Alleged abduction of Ira Lee and George Cooper, from the United States territory by a Canadian constable. 564
[Page XIII] 1864.
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Mar. 23 Same Subject 566
Do Mar. 24 Case of the Don 566
Do Mar. 24 Suspicious vessels in Canadian waters 568
Do Mar. 25 Request for permission for the British consul general at Havana to proceed to Richmond. 568
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Mar. 26 Same Subject 568
Do Mar. 29 Suspicious vessels in Canadian waters 569
Do Mar. 30 Case of the Don 569
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 1 Case of the Scylla. 570
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. April 1 Same Subject 573
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 4 Case of the James McHugh. 573
Do April 5 Treatment of British subjects captured on blockade runners and war transports. 573
Do April 5 Case of the James McHugh 575
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. April 5 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 575
Do April 6 Case of the Scylla 576
Do April 6 Case of the Don 577
Do April 9 Case of the James McHugh 578
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 9 Application of John Mulholland for permission to ship cotton from a southern port. 578
Do April 11 Cotton in the insurgent States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 579
Do April 13 Restriction upon trade with British colonial possessions. 582
Do April 14 Suspicious vessels in Canadian waters 584
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. .April 15 Cotton in the insurgent States claimed to be owned by British subjects. 586
Do April 18 Same Subject 586
Do April 18 Restriction upon trade with British colonial possessions. 587
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 18 Case of the Nymph 587
Do April 18 Case of the James McHugh 588
Do April 18 British subjects captured on blockade runners and held as prisoners. 589
Do April 18 The military commission in New York. 591
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. April 20 Same Subject 591
Do April 21 Case of the Nymph 592
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 21 Case of the Dart. 592
Do April 22 Case of the J. L. Gerrity, or Eureka 594
Do April 22 Revenue cutter alleged to be building at Buffalo 595
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. April 22 Case of James McHugh 596
Do April 25 Case of the Dart 596
Do April 27 Case of James McHugh 596
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. April 27 Military occupation of Brownsville by United States troops. 596
Do April 29 British subjects captured on blockade runners. 597
Do April 29 Same Subject 597
Do April 30 Same Subject 599
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 2 Same Subject 601
[Page XIV] 1864.
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 4 Alleged violation of British maritime jurisdiction by the United States steamer Vander-bilt. 602
Do May 5 Case of the J. L. Gerrity, or Eureka. 602
Do May 5 Occupation of Brownsville by United States troops. 602
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. May 7 Case of Ira Lee and George Cooper. Irregular proceedings of authorities on the frontier. 603
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 9 Same Subject 604
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. May 9 Case of the Don. Treatment of British subjects captured on blockade runners. 604
Do May 10 British subjects at Cincinnati enrolled for militia duty. 605
Do May 11 Alleged seizure of consular despatches 606
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 11 Case of the Dart 606
Do May 14 Occupation of Brownsville by United States troops. 608
Do May 14 Case of the Don. British subjects captured on blockade runners. 608
Do May 16 Same Subject 609
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. May 16 Same Subject 610
Do May 16 Same Subject 610
Do May 18 Case of the Don Jose 611
Do May 18 Complaints by British subjects at Memphis of action by recruiting authorities there. 611
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 19 Same Subject 612
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. May 21 Case of the Sylvanus 612
Do May 22 Case of the Don. British subjects captured on blockade runners. 613
Do May 24 Claim for coal taken by the Vanderbilt at Angra Pequena. 615
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 24 Resolutions of the New York Chamber of Commerce in regard to the case of the Chesapeake. 616
Do May 25 Case of the Don Jose 616
Do May 25 Claim for coal taken by the Vanderbilt at Angra Pequena. 616
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. May 27 Restrictions upon trade with the British colonial possessions. 617
Do May 28 Same Subject 618
Do May 29 Same Subject 619
Do May 30 Treatment of British subjects captured on blockade runners. 629
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. May 30 Action of military authorities at Memphis in regard to foreigners. 620
Do May 31 Case of the Don. British subjects captured on blockade runners. 621
Do May 31 Hostile projects of disloyal citizens of the United States in Canada. 622
Do June 2 Case of the Sylvanus 622
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 2 Disloyal citizens of the United States in Canada. 623
Do June 2 Detention of British subjects captured on blockade runners. 623
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Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 4 Restrictions upon trade with British colonial possessions. 626
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 4 Claim of George Pruin. 626
Do June 5 Case of James McHugh 628
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 6 British subjects captured on blockade runners. 629
Do June 8 Restrictions upon trade with British colonial possessions. 631
Do June 10 Case of James McHugh 631
Do June 11 Restrictions upon trade with British colonial possessions. 631
Do June 13 Case of the Sylvanus 632
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 13 Case of James Hardcastle. 634
Do June 13 Case of the Blanche 635
Do June 15 Movements of disloyal citizens of the United States in Canada. 637
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 16 Case of the Blanche 637
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 18 Case of the Myra, an American brigantine supposed to be intended for the slave trade. 638
Do June 20 Action of military authorities at Memphis in regard to foreigners. 638
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 23 Case of the Margaret and Jessie. 639
Do June 24 Movements of disloyal citizens of the United States in Canada. 639
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 24 Claims for coal taken from Angra Pequena by the Vanderbilt. 640
Do June 24 Case of James McHugh 641
Do June 27 The prohibition of the exportation of anthracite coal from the United States. 642
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 27 Claim for coal taken from Angra Pequena for the Vanderbilt. 642
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. June 29 Oath alleged to have been exacted from British subjects in the department of the Gulf. 642
Do June 30 Action of military authorities in Memphis in regard to foreigners 645
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. June 30 Case of the Myra. 645
Do July 1 Case of James McHugh 645
Do July 5 Pardoned criminals alleged to have been sent to the United States by the colonial authorities of Newfoundland. 646
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. July 6 Military regulations in New Orleans in respect to gold. 646
Do July 8 Pardoned criminals alleged to have been sent to the United States by the colonial authorities of Newfoundland. 647
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. July 8 Case of the Labuan 648
Do July 8 Prohibition of the exportation of anthracite coal from the United States. 648
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. July 11 Case of the Pearl 648
Do July 11 649
Do July 11 Alleged enlistment of deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 649
Do July 12 Case of the Chesapeake 650
Mr. Seward to Lore Lyons. July 13 Case of James Hardcastle. 650
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Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. July 13 The blockade of Brownsville 655
Do July 15 Military regulations in New Orleans respecting gold. 655
Do July 18 Military organizat’n of insurgent fugitives from the United States in the British provinces. 656
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. July 19 Same subject 656
Do July 19 Measures adopted by the military authorities at Memphis in regard to foreigners. 657
Do July 20 Reported gathering of insurgent enemies of the United States in New Brunswick. Arrests of persons breaking into Calais Bank. 657
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. July 20 Case of the Sylvanus 658
Do July 20 Measures adopted by the military authorities at Memphis in regard to foreigners. 659
Do July 20 Reported gathering of insurgent enemies of the United States in New Brunswick. 660
Do July 21 Detention of persons captured on vessels violating the blockade. 660
Do July 21 Alleged enlistment of deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 661
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. July 21 Case of the Scylla 662
Do July 30 Case of Darrell & Nash 662
Do July 30 Case of Macdonald Brothers & Co. 664
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. July 30 Modification of the prohibition of the exportation of anthracite coal from the United States. 666
Do Aug. 3 Oath required from foreigners in New Orleans - 666
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 4 Restrictions upon trade between New York and British colonies. 667
Do Aug. 4 Motion in Congress to put an end to the arrangement limiting naval force on the lakes. 668
Do Aug. 5 Case of the Labuan 668
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 5 Case of the Pearl 668
Do. Aug. 5 Applications for discharge of alleged subjects of foreign powers. 669
Do Aug. 5 Refusal of a clearance to Darrell & Nash for merchandise to Nassau, 669
Do Aug. 6 Case of deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 669
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 6 Application for permission to the British consulate, New York, to visit British subjects in Fort Lafayette. 670
Do Aug. 8 Oath required from foreigners in New Orleans. 671
Do Aug. 8 Applications for discharge of alleged subjects of foreign powers. 672
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 8 Regulations in regard to foreigners adopted 1 by the military authorities at Memphis, Application of Macdonald Brothers & Co. for passes to save cotton belonging to them. 672
Do Aug. 8 Restrictions on trade between New York and British colonies. 672
Do Aug. 8 Case of the Scylla 673
Do Aug. 9 Reported hostile projects of disloyal citizens of the United States in Canada. 674
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 9 Same subject 676
Do Aug. 11 Reported hostile projects of disloyal citizens of the United States in New Brunswick. 676
Do Aug. 11 Application of Macdonald Brothers & Co. for passes to the department of West Tennessee to save cotton belonging to them. 678
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Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 11 Capture at Brockhaven, Mississippi, of an insurgent mail containing despatches for Lord Lyons. 679
Do Aug. 12 Application of Macdonald Brothers & Co. for passes to the department of West Tennessee to save cotton belonging to them. 681
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 3 Modification of the prohibition of the exportation of anthracite coal from the United States. Proclamation prohibiting exportation of anthracite coal from Canada. 682
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 15 Case of the Labuan 683
Do Aug. 15 Application of Macdonald Brothers & Co 684
Do Aug. 15 Refusal of a clearance to Darrell & Nash for merchandise to Nassau. 684
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 17 Case of John Arthur Verner. 686
Do Aug. 17 Complaints of illegal enlistments of British subjects. 686
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 18 The prohibition of the exportation of anthracite coal from Canada. 687
Do Aug. 20 Same subject 687
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Aug. 22 Applications for discharge of alleged subjects of foreign powers. 688
Do Aug. 22 Alleged shipment of three pardoned criminals from Newfoundland to Boston. 690
Do Aug. 3 Claim for coal taken from Angra Pequena by the Vanderbilt. 692
Do Aug. 24 Case of John Arthur Verner 694
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Aug. 24 Claim for coal taken from Angra Pequena by the Vanderbilt. 695
Do Aug. 25 Permission to British consul at N. York to visit alleged British subjects on receiving ship. 696
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Aug. 25 Case of alleged deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 697
Do Aug. 29 Case of the Sylvanus 698
Do Aug. 31 Case of the Racer 699
Do Sept. 1 Liability of British subjects to military service who have voted at school meetings. 699
Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 2 Case of the alleged deserter from the British bark Cuzco. 700
Do Sept. 2 Case of John Arthur Verner 700
Do Sept. 3 Case of the Racer. 701
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 4 Permission to British consul at N. York to visit alleged British subjects on receiving ship. 701
Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 7 The application of Macdonald Brothers & Co. for a pass. 702
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 8 Permission to the British consulate, New York, to visit alleged British subjects on receiving ship. 702
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 9 Regulations in regard to vessels-of-war entering the harbor of Halifax. 702
Do Sept. 9 Resolution of the New York Chamber of Commerce in regard to case of the Chesapeake. 703
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 10 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 704
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 10 Case of the Racer.. 705
Do Sept. 12 Regulations in regard to vessels-of-war entering the harbor of Halifax. 705
Do Sept. 13 Case of the Alexandra, now called the Mary. 706
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 13 Same subject 706
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Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 15 Case of the Margaret and Jessie 706
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 16 Case of George W. Hutcheson. 707
Do Sept. 16 Alleged illegal enlistments of British subjects in Canada. 708
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 16 Limits of maritime jurisdiction 708
Do Sept. 16 Permission to the British consul at New York to visit the receiving ship. 709
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 17 Cotton in southern States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 710
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 17 Resolution of the New York Chamber of Commerce in regard to case of the Chesapeake. 710
Do Sept. 19 Permission to the British consul at New York to visit the receiving ship. 711
Do Sept. 19 Alleged illegal enlistments of British subjects in Canada. 712
Do Sept. 21 Case of th’e Sylvanus 713
Do Sept. 23 Enlistment of alleged deserters on the British bark Cuzco. 713
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 23 Notification prohibiting ships-of-war of belligerents from being dismantled or sold in British ports. 714
Do Sept. 24 Restrictions on trade between New York and the British colonies. 714
Do Sept. 25 Provisions of the new prize act passed by Congress. 715
Mr. F. W. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Sept. 26 Increase of the observing force of the United States on the lakes. 715
Do Sept. 27 The prohibition of dismantling or sale of ships-of-war in British ports. 716
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Sept. 28 Increase of the observing force of the United States on the lakes. 716
Do Sept. 28 Case of the Racer 717
Do Oct. 1 Alleged violation of port regulations at Halifax by American cruisers. 717
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 1 Temporary increase of the observing force of the United States on the lakes. 717
Do Oct. 3 Provisions of the new prize act passed by Congress. 719
Do Oct. 3 A blockade-running steamer alleged to be commanded by a British naval officer. 719
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 3 Case of the Racer 719
Do Oct. 4 Increase of the naval force of the United States on the lakes. 729
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 4 Alleged violation of port regulations at Halifax by American cruisers. 729
Do Oct. 5 Case of. Darrell & Nash. 730
Do Oct. 5 Case of the Racer 730
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 5 Cotton in the southern States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 731
Do Oct. 5 Case of James Hardcastle. 732
Do Oct. 6 Cases of the Science, Sir William Peel, Dashing Wave, and Volante. 733
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 6 Preparations at Nassau for piratical enterprises. 734
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 7 Case of Darrell & Nash. 735
Do Oct. 9 Case of the Mary. 737
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 10 Alleged violation of port regulations at Halifax by American cruisers. 738
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Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 10 Same subject 739
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 10 Increase of the observing force of the United States on the lakes. 739
Do Oct. 11 Application for the extradition of William H. Crawford, charged with assault with intent to commit murder. 740
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 12 Same subject 740
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 13 Application for the extradition of several persons charged with robbery and an assault with intent to commit murder. 740
Do Oct. 13 Cotton in insurrectionary States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 741
Do Oct. 13 Case of Darrell & Nash 741
Do Oct. 14 Case of the Racer 741
Do Oct. 16 Cotton in insurrectionary States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 744
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 15 Case of Thomas and Charles Jones, captured on the Lilian. 744
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 18 Cases of the Science, Sir William Peel, Dashing Wave, and Volante. 744
Do Oct. 20 Case of the Mary 745
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 20 Case of the Night Hawk 745
Do Oct. 20 Case of Thomas and Charles Jones 750
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 21 Arrests of the parties concerned in the robberies and murder at St. Albans, Vermont.

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Do Oct. 22 Case of Thomas and Charles Jones 751
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 23 Robberies and murder at St. Albans 751
Do Oct. 23 Same subject 752
Mr. Seward to Mr. Burnley. Oct. 25 Case of the Night Hawk 752
Do Oct. 25 Cases of the Science, Sir William Peel, Dashing Wave, and Volante. 752
Do Oct. 25 Application for the extradition of the persons engaged in the robberies and murder at St. Albans. 752
Do Oct. 26 Cotton in the insurrectionary States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 753
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Oct. 27 Application for the extradition of several persons charged with robbery and an assault with intent to commit murder. 753
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Oct. 29 Order telegraphed by Major General Dix on the occasion of the outrage at St. Albans. 754
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Oct. 29 Application for extradition of persons concerned in the outrage at St. Albans. 756
Do Nov. 1 Case of the Night Hawk 756
Do Nov. 1 Further application for extradition of persons concerned in the outrage at St. Albans. 757
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 2 Case of the Night Hawk. 757
Do Nov. 2 Proceedings of the Canadian authorities in reference to the perpetrators of the outrage at St Albans. 759
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 3 The out rage, at St. Albans. 760
Mr. Hunter to Lord Lyons. Nov. 4 Case of Darrell & Nash 761
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 4 The outrage at St. Albans 762
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 5 Same subject 763
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Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 8 Cotton in southern States alleged to belong to British subjects. 763
Do Nov. 8 Alleged violation of British jurisdiction at Campo Bello. 767
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 11 Sale of the Georgiana to parties suspected of being insurgent enemies of the United States. 771
Do Nov. 11 Movements of the Georgiana 773
Do Nov. 12 Case of the Night Hawk 773
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 12 The outrage at St. Albans 773
Do Nov. 12 The sale of the Georgiana 774
Do Nov. 12 The outrage at St. Albans 774
Do Nov. 13 Case of the Georgiana 775
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 14 Alleged violation of British jurisdiction at Campo Bello. 775
Do Nov. 14 The outrage at St. Albans 776
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 15 Case of the Georgiana 776
Do Nov. 15 Blockade runner alleged to be commanded by a British naval officer. 777
Do Nov. 16 Alleged illegal enlistments of British subjects in Canada. 777
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 16 Case of the Georgiana 778
Do Nov. 16 The outrage at St. Albans 778
Do Nov. 16 Alleged enlistment of deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 779
Do Nov. 16 Cotton in the southern States alleged to be owned by British subjects. 780
Do Nov. 18 Alleged proceedings of a British naval officer in command of blockade runner. 781
Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Nov. 18 Alleged illegal enlistment of deserters from the British bark Cuzco. 782
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Nov. 19 The outrage at St. Albans 782
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 19 Case of the Georgiana 784
Do Nov. 21 Cases of the Science, Sir William Peel, Dashing Wave, and Volante. 784
Do Nov. 21 The outrage at St. Albans 785
Do Nov. 22 Hostile schemes Of insurgent agents in Canada. 803
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Nov. 22 The outrage at St. Albans 804
Do Nov. 23 Hostile schemes of insurgent agents in Canada. 804
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 23 Alleged enlistment of deserters from a British vessel. 805
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Nov. 26 Case of the Night Hawk. 805
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Nov. 26 Case of the Scylla. 810
Do Nov. 26 The outrage at St. Albans 812
Do Nov. 29 Military organization of insurgent fugitives from the United States in Canada. 812
Do Nov. 29 Application for extradition for Bennett G. Burley. 813
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Nov. 30 Military organization of insurgent fugitives from the United States in Canada. 813
Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons. Dec. 1 Case of the Night Hawk. 814
Mr. Burnley to Mr. Seward. Dec. 2 The outrage at St. Albans 814
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