The American commissioners and the statement of Sir Stafford Northcote
Exeter, in relation to an alleged promise of exclusion of the indirect claims of
the United State.
Table of contents.
- No. 1. A passage from a speech of Sir Stafford Northcote, at Exeter, May 17, 1872, as published in the Pall Mall Gazette of May 18
- 2. Extract from the London Times of May 20, 1872, giving a report of the speech of Sir Stafford Northcote, at Exeter
- 3. Extract from an instruction of Mr. Fish to General Schenck, June 3, 1872
- 4. Copy of a letter of Mr. Fish addressed to each of the American Commissioners
- 5. Letter of Judge Hoar, in answer to Mr. Fish’s letter of June 3
- 6. Letter of Judge Nelson, in answer to Mr. Fish’s letter of June 3
- 7. Letter of General Schenck, in answer to Mr. Fish’s letter of June 3
- 8. Letter of Judge Williams, in answer to Mr. Fish’s letter of June 3
- 9. Extract from the 36th Protocol of the Conferences of the Joint High Commission
- 10. Extract from a speech of the Marquis of Ripon, in the House of Lords, June 4. 1872, taken from the London Times of June 5, 1872
- 11. Letter of Sir Stafford Northcote to Earl Derby, June 5, 1872, read in the House of Lords June 6, taken from the report of the proceedings in the House of Lords, in the London Times of June 7