Alphabetical Index.

A.

  • Abbott, the Maggie, clearance refused to Port de Paix from Port au Prince 980
  • Abduction by Mexican soldiers of prisoners from Nogales, Ariz 1187, 1188, 1191
  • Abolition of slavery in Brazil. (See Slavery.)
  • Abolition of tonnage and navigation charges. (See Tonnage.)
  • Accidents, exhibition of devices for the prevention of, at Berlin 682
  • Ada, seizure of the, for illicit seal fishing 1805, 1807 1818
  • Adams, Alfred, seizure of the, for illicit seal fishing 1793, 1794, 1798, 1805
  • Adams, D. J., seizure of the, for illicit fishing in Canadian waters 802
  • Adulteration of wines and imitations of trademarks of wine in Spain 1470, 1471
  • Agreement, commercial, with Spain 1431, 1466, 1467
  • Aid to wrecked vessels in waters between Canada and the United States, arrangement for reciprocal 796, 824, 827.
  • Alaska, British territory traversed by Lieutenant Schwatka on his reconnaissance in 768
  • Albert, Isidore, exiled to Siberia 1401, 1403
  • Almy, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Alsace-Lorraine, passport necessary to enter Germany through 540, 545, 635
  • America, celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of discovery of, in Spain 1448, 1450
  • American Bible Society, publication of the Bible in Turkey by 1624
  • American Baptist Missionary Union, seizure by the Congo authorities of the Henry Heed, belonging to 24 26, 29 34
  • American enterprises desired in Persia 1359
  • Anaconda, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Anarchists, expulsion from Switzerland of 1517, 1533
    • Protection of United States consulate at Zurich by Swiss authorities from threatened attack by 1515
  • Anderson, John T., contract of, with the Guatemalan Government to build the Northern Railway 92, 108
  • Anjouan. (See Johanna Island.)
  • Annam, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Anniversary, four hundredth, of the discovery of America, celebration of, in Spain 1448, 1450
  • Araunah, seizure of the, off Copper Island, while seal fishing 1819
  • Arbitration by the President of the United States of the boundary dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica 79, 134, 455, 456, 468, 1345
  • Arbitration, conference of American States for the settlement of disputes by (circular) 1658
  • Arbios, Pierre, forced enlistment of, in French military service 502, 510, 519, 522, 524, 530
  • Arce, Aniseto, elected President of Bolivia 51
  • Archaeological explorations in Turkey 1557, 1584, 1623, 1626
  • Argentine Republic:
    • All export duties removed 1
    • Discrimination by United States import duties against Argentine unwashed wool in favor of Australian 1
    • Steamship lines. 2, 6, 12
    • Railroad guaranties increased 4
    • Trip with the President 5
    • Quarantine convention signed by commissioners of Argentine Republic, Brazil, and Uruguay 7
    • A rival of the United States in the production of cereals 10
    • Slavery, abolition of, in Brazil celebrated 12
    • Immigration 13, 14
    • Trade 10, 13
    • Negro colony 14
    • German colony 14
    • Railroads 4, 15, 17
    • Extra session of congress to consider guarantied railroads 17
    • Submarine cable convention 568
  • Armistead, Cadet, U. S. Naval Academy, obtains fifth place at Royal Naval College 744
  • Arms and horses of United States taken at Janos returned 1293, 1300, 1301
  • Army, hill providing for the increase of the German 616
  • Arrest and search of Italians in Buffalo 1050, 1054, 1055
  • Arrest of three United States sheriffs and two Indians in Mexico. (See Sheriffs.)
  • Arrest. (See Imprisonment.)
  • Art, international exhibition of, at Munich 667, 672, 674
  • Arteaga, claim of, against Santo Domingo 1418, 1419, 1422
  • Arvizú, Francisco, sentence of, for invading United States territory 1187, 1188, 1191
  • Asehé, Henry, passport of 529, 534, 538, 539, 540
  • Assumption of supreme executive power by the President of Guatemala 80
  • Asylum, right of, in Hayti 936
  • Attack by Mexicans on visiting Papago Indians 1197, 1199, 1223, 1225
  • Audience of foreign ministers with the Emperor of China 291, 307
  • Australia, exclusion of Chinese from 304, 340, 341
  • Austria:
    • Right to sue in forma pauperis 18, 20, 21
    • Baron and Baroness Rothschild admitted to the court balls 22
    • Reward to four members of the United States lifesaving stations and the wives of those killed in aiding the Kraljevica 23
    • Submarine cables 568
    • Treaty with Germany 611
    • Abolition of tonnage and navigation charges 1919

B.

  • Bait, illegal sale of, by American vessels in Canada 808, 809, 810, 814
    • sale of, to American vessels in Canada 803
  • Baldwin, claim of Janet M., for the murder of her husband 1202, 1217
  • Baldwin, Leon, murder of 1087, 1088, 1090, 1092, 1144, 1202, 1217, 1248, 1250, 1254
  • Bandai-san, eruption of 1073
  • Banking system of China 227
  • Baptista, Maria da Luz, alias Mrs. Botelho, extradition of 1391, 1394
  • Barcelona, exposition at, resolution of the Spanish Chambers congratulating the Queen and thanking foreign powers 1465
  • Barillas, M. L., President of Guatemala, message of 80
  • Baring Bros., of London, large stockholders in the Italian steam-ship line 6
  • Bartel, W. E., passport issued to 9, 11
  • Batoum, importation of kerosene to China from 267
  • Beck, Anna, seizure of the, for illicit seal fishing 1805, 1807 1818
  • Behring and Okhotsk seas, American whaling vessels forbidden to land for supplies or repairs in 1410, 1413
  • Belgium:
    • Flags on the Congo River 24, 27, 33, 36
    • Debate on the subject of orders given Krupp for cannon 26
    • Red flag forbidden to be displayed 28
    • Spielmarken and imitations of stamps, Government obligations, etc 35, 41, 42
    • Reception of Mr. Tree by the King 43
    • International Exhibition of Sciences and Industry at Brussels 44, 45
    • Peddlers, law governing, in the United States 46, 47
    • Annual prize for the encouragement of intellectual effort 46
    • Census, mutual interchange by governments of census of foreign residents 49
    • Mission of the United States raised to the rank of envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 50
    • Tonnage dues, differential rates of, 1866 1870, and navigation charges, abolition of 1920 1922
  • Benson, J. A., extradition of 479, 480, 481, 482, 484
  • Beriby district, claims of France and Liberia to 1084, 1086
  • Bernhard, Albert, claim of, against Germany for arrest and imprisonment 631, 656
  • Billington, Rev. A., complaint by, of seizure of the Henry Reed by the Congo authorities 24 26, 29 34
  • Bible, publication of the, in Turkey 1624
  • Blockade of—
  • Bloomfield, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Bolivia:
    • Election of President and Vice-President 51
    • Military insurrection at Sucre 52, 53, 54
    • Dispute in regard to the “chaco limits” 1357
  • Bonded warehouses in China 245, 246, 265
  • Bonding of kerosene in China 274
  • Bonds issued by the Congo State 40
  • Book on Mormonism, published without authority in Turkey, seizure of 1547
  • Boston Ice Company, the 411, 412, 420, 429
  • Botelho, Mrs. (See Baptista).
  • Bougon, Lefevre, vs. Anthony Drexel et al., letters rogatory in the case of, issued by a New York court to be executed in France 510, 520, 532
  • Boulanger, General 524, 526, 529, 533, 557, 560, 567
  • Boulder Creek, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Boundary, dispute between—
  • Boundary, trespasses of Mexican troops on the United States 1184
    • Crossing of, between the United States and Mexico by cattle. (See Cattle.)
  • Bounties, sugar, conference. (See Sugar.)
  • Brazil:
    • Boundary dispute with the Argentine Republic 55
    • Cotegipe ministry, fall of 57
    • Emigration of negroes from the United States 55, 59
    • Quarantine convention with Argentine Republic and Uruguay 55
    • Republican party organized 74
    • Slavery, abolition of 57, 72, 73, 74, 75
    • Telegraph lines 55
    • Trademarks, law of 62
    • Submarine-cables convention 568
    • Tonnage and navigation charges, abolition of 1922
  • Bribery attempted by the French minister to Hayti 931
  • Bridgewater, claim for the illegal seizure of the, by Canadian officials 811
  • Brudigam, Henry, imprisonment of 1095, 1140, 1142, 1221, 1227
  • Brunner, J. A., arrested in Germany for nonperformance of military service 656
  • Bueron & Co., Messrs. J. L 109, 126, 135, 152, 157, 163, 165, 169, 170
  • Buffalo, arrest and search of Italians in 1050, 1054, 1055
  • Burmah, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Burnett, James, imprisonment of 1256, 1257, 1258
  • Butman, F. C., complaint of, of discrimination against direct trade with Cape Verde Islands 1381, 1384, 1385
  • Byczik, Andrew, arrested in Germany for nonperformance of military service 657

C.

D.

  • Dahomey, Portuguese protectorate over 1389, 1390
  • Davis, S. H. & Co., seizure by Canadian officials of property of 769
  • Denmark:
  • Delivery of ships’ papers required by Venezuelan customs officers, 1642, 1644, 1645, 1646
  • Descents, law of, in China 346
  • Diamond, Julius, arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 657
  • Diaz, President:
  • Differential rates of tonnage dues. (See Tonnage.)
  • Diplomatic etiquette in China 260, 296, 300, 313
  • Diplomatic and consular correspondence, prepayment of 1537, 1539
  • Discrimination:
    • In Canada against the products of countries east of the Cape of Good Hope entering by way of the United States 823, 824
    • Against the direct trade of the United States with the Cape Verde Islands in favor of that through Lisbon 1381, 1384, 1385
    • Against United States vessels in Denmark 484
    • In Spanish West Indies against United States vessels 1435
    • (See also the J. W. Parker , Jeanie , Uranus.)
    • Against American vessels in Welland Canal 813, 814, 824
    • In favor of the Spanish Central American line by Mexico and the Central American States. (See Spanish Central American line and under each State.)
  • Discriminatory:
    • Dues levied on American vessels in Canada 770, 775, 794
    • Duties against United States vessels in favor of those of Pedro Terres, Costa Rica 93
    • Duties, retaliatory, imposed on Costa Rican vessels in the United States 470, 569
  • Disease, regulations for the prevention of infectious, in Corea 442, 468
  • Disturbances in Seoul 448, 449, 452
  • Dolphin, seizure of the, for illicit seal fishing 1788, 1795, 1797, 1805, 1807, 1818
  • Doughty, E. M., seizure of the, for illegal fishing in Canada 802
  • Drainpipe at El Paso 1254, 1264, 1282
  • Drawbacks in China 251, 269, 278
  • Drexel, Anthony, et al., letters rogatory issued by a New York court, to be executed in France 510, 520, 532
  • Duties:
    • Claim of Calixto, Lopez & Co. against Spain for refund of 1452
    • Export, of every kind removed by the Argentine Government 1
    • Internal, levied upon imported goods in China 286
    • On Mexican tobacco in the United States 1285, 1292
    • On supplies for war vessels 1388
    • Levied on the Saale and Leerdam (which see).
    • Or dues. (See Discrimination or Discriminatory.)

E.

  • Eagle Pass, attempted kidnapping of a deserter by Mexican soldiers at 1176, 1185, 1186, 1187
  • Earthquake in the province of Yunnan 285
  • Easton, Rev. Mr., refused permission to pass through Russian territory 1411, 1414
  • Ecuador:
    • River and coasting trade opened to foreign vessels 490
    • Claims, law disclaiming liability for foreign 490
    • Quarantine of ports of, against Chili. (See Quarantine.)
  • Egypt:
  • Ehrenbacher, Mauny, application of, for passport 589, 593
  • El Paso. (See Drainpipe and Wing-dam.)
  • Emigration—
    • Of Belgian soldiers 1337
    • Convict, from Denmark to the United States 473, 476, 478
    • Mormon, from Switzerland to the United States 1532, 1534, 1535
    • Of Chinese to Hawaii 864
    • Of lepers from Norway to the United States 1484, 1488
    • Of negroes from the United States to Brazil 56, 59
  • Emperor of China assumes the Government 347
  • Empress, dowager, of China, future residence of 285, 341
  • Engineers and geologists, American, wanted in Persia 1359
  • Entry refused American medical goods in Russia 1400, 1402
  • Eruption of Mount Bandai-san 1073
  • Erbers (alias Eberson), Albert, extradition of 1483, 1484, 1486, 1487, 1489, 1490
  • Escobar y Armendariz, J., claim of, to the Santa Teresa grant 1294, 1303
  • Etiquette, diplomatic, in China 260, 296, 300, 313
  • Eureka, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Eviction of the cavass of the United States consulate at Jerusalem 1563, 1568, 1572, 1591, 1602
  • Exclusion of kerosene from China 266, 275
  • Exhibition, international, of art at Munich 667, 672, 674
    • International, of sciences and industry at Brussels 44, 45
    • Of devices for the prevention of accidents at Berlin 682
  • Exile to Siberia of Isidore Albert 1401, 1403
  • Explorations, archajlogical, in Turkey 1557, 1584, 1623, 1626
  • Exposition at Barcelona, resolution of the Spanish Chambers congratulating the Queen and thanking foreign powers 1465
  • Expulsion of Jews. (See Jews.)
    • Adolph Lipszyc from Russia 1399
    • From Germany of Peter Mackeprang 571, 576
  • Extradition treaty proposed between China and the United States 370, 375, 378
  • Extraordinary powers given the President of Colombia 425
  • Extraterritorial criminal jurisdiction, claim of Mexico to 1114, 1189

F.

  • Fanning, Christmas, and Penryn Islands. (See Christmas Island.)
  • Featheringill, General, claim of Mrs. Samuel Prewett to estate of, in Spain 1467, 1468
  • Filibustering expedition against Cuba from the United States 1471, 1472, 1473
  • Finances of—
  • Fine imposed on the Monserrat. (See Monserrat.)
  • Firearms, smuggling of, into China 265, 296, 297, 310
  • Fish, refusal of permission to two American vessels, at Halifax for repairs, to sell cargo of fresh 695, 696, 697, 779, 780
  • Fisheries, Canadian, case of the Golden Hind 772
  • Fishing, illegal, seizure of the Adams and Doughty at Halifax for 802
    • Illegal, seizure of property of S. H. Davis & Co. for, by Canadian officials 769
    • Vessels, illegal sale of bait in Canada by American 808, 809, 810, 814
    • Vessels, license to American, in Canada 808
    • Vessels, sale of bait to American in Canada 803
  • Flags in the Independent State of the Congo, regulation in regard to the flyingof 24, 27, 33, 36
    • Sailing of American owned ships under the British 774, 789, 825
    • Red, forbidden to be displayed in Belgian communes 28
  • Foreigners, land tenure of, in China— 270, 301
    • Registration of, in France 558, 561
    • Oath required from resident, in Hawaii 833
    • Eights of, in China 254, 259, 270, 297, 325
    • Special permission required for, to hold or lease land in Norway 1490
    • Treatment of, rights and duties in Guatemala 167
  • Formosa:
  • Fowler, Julia, the refused clearance from Port au Prince to Gonaives 981
  • France:
  • Frary, C. E., claim of, against Santo Domingo 1418, 1419, 1422
  • Frederick III, Emperor of Germany, accession of 621
  • Free port of Livingston and free zone abolished 159, 162
  • Free ports in the Dutch West Indies 1948
  • Free zone, Mexican 1266, 1282, 1283, 1284
  • Freedom of religion in Japan 1078
  • French minister to Hayti charged with attempted bribery 931
  • Fruchier, J., forced enlistment of, in the French military service 493, 502, 510, 513, 519, 522, 524, 530
  • Fruit, seeds, plants, trees, and shrubs from the United States placed on the Canadian free list 798, 800
  • Fugitives from justice in China, rendition of 258
  • Fulton, Rev. A. A., and sister mobbed at Kwai Ping 220, 336
  • Fur-seals, negotiations for treaties for the protection, of 1804, 1823 1856

G.

  • Gallagher, Anthony, immigration of the family of 773, 774
  • Gendrot, Albert, forced enlistment of, in the French military service 495, 497, 498, 499, 530
  • Geologists and engineers, American, wanted in Persia 1359
  • German colony for Argentine Republic 14
  • Germany:
    • Expulsion of Peter Mackeprang 571, 576
    • Samoan affairs. (See Samoa.)
    • Seizure at Apia of a pilothouse on land leased to William Coe 627, 648, 676
    • Arrest and imprisonment of Schwab, Postel, Jaeobsen, Bruner, Byczik, Nielsen, Diamond, Oeriel, Klein, Goldschmidt, Jessen, q. v.
    • Illness of the Crown Prince 581, 583, 667
    • Pork, trichina in German 584, 609
    • Pork, exclusion of Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian 585
    • Pork, exclusion of German and French, from the United States 629
    • Socialist law 609, 613
    • Spielmarken 611, 613
    • Treaty with Austria-Hungary 611
    • Army, bill increasing 616
    • Death of Emperor William 620, 675
    • Accession of Frederick III 621
    • Death of Frederick III 637, 639, 644, 647, 682, 683
    • Income tax levied on Mrs. S. R. Honoy 623, 630, 649, 650, 655, 660
    • Claim of Albert Bernhard for arrest and imprisonment 631, 656
    • Accession of Emperor William II 639
    • Marriages of Americans abroad, validity of 645, 649
    • Military cases (see Jacobsen) 656
    • International art exhibition at Munich 667, 672, 674
    • The Saale, tonnage dues collected on 673, 674
    • Exhibition of devices for the prevention of accidents 682
    • Marriages between Chinese subjects and foreigners in China 683
    • Furseals, treaty for protection of 1826
    • Tonnage dues, differential rates of 1871 1878
    • Tonnage dues and navigation charges, abolition of 1927 1933
  • Ghoorkat, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Glasier, B. B., imprisonment of 1203, 1215
  • Goldmines. (See Mines.)
  • Golden Hind, the, refused permission to get fresh water in Canada 772
  • Goldschmidt, Julius, arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 659
  • Gonaïves declared blockaded 928, 988, 899
  • Good Hope, discrimination in Canada against products of countries east of the Cape of 823, 824
  • Goods:
    • American, medical, refused entry into Russia 1400, 1402
    • Imitations of American, in the Argentine Republic 13
    • Internal taxation of, imported in China 286
  • Goutier, Stanislaus, rebuked for interfering in Haytian affairs 940
  • Grace, seizure of the, for illicit sealfishing 1788, 1795, 1797, 1805, 1807 1818
  • GraceAranibar contract 182
  • Great Britain:
    • Claims against Chili 172, 174
    • Sugar-bounties conference 685, 686, 688, 706, 707, 708, 710, 711, 715, 716, 717, 721, 726, 732, 733, 737, 745, 771, 772, 775, 769, 792, 793, 794, 796
    • Mails, transmission of across the Atlantic 688
    • Fish, refusal of permission to two American vessels, at Halifax for repairs, to sell cargo of fresh 695, 696, 697, 779, 780
    • Boundary of British Guiana and Venezuela 698, 702
    • Samoa, affairs in 704, 714, 725, 728, 738, 743, 752, 780, 790, 794
    • Gurr vs. Marquardt 704, 780
    • Christmas, Fanning, and Penrhyn Islands, claim to 712, 727
    • International Maritime Congress 740, 742
    • American naval cadets at the Royal Naval College 744
    • Protectorate over Mosquito Reservation 759
    • British territory traversed by Lieutenant Schwatka 768
    • Seizure of property of Davis & Co. for illegal fishing in Canadian waters 769
    • Discriminatory dues on American vessels in Canada 770, 775, 794, 813, 814, 824
    • The Golden Hind refused permission to get fresh water in Canada 772
    • Immigration to the United States of the family of A. Gallagher 773, 774
    • Guaranty of the independence of Hawaii 774, 788
    • Americanowned ships sailing under British flag 774, 789, 825
    • Resistance of the captain of the North Erin to a United States marshal 787, 804
    • Pearl Harbor concession to the United States 788, 799
    • Lights in the Red Sea 790, 796, 812
    • Aid to wrecked vessels in waters between Canada and the United States 796, 824, 827
    • Articles from the United States placed on the Canadian free list 798, 800
    • Right of access by Great Britain to all Hawaiian harbors 799
    • Seizure of the Adams and the Doughty for illegal fishing in Canada 802
    • Sale of bait to United States vessels in Canada 803
    • Immigrations of Indians into Alaska from British Columbia 808, 809
    • License, form of, for United States fishing vessels in Canada 808
    • Illegal sale of bait in Canada by American fishing vessels 808, 809, 810, 814
    • Claim for the illegal seizure of the Bridgewater in Canada 811
    • Discrimination against United States vessels in Well and Canal 813, 814, 824
    • Discrimination in Canada against yjroducts of countries east of the Cape of Good Hope coming through the United States 823, 824
    • Illegal recruitment of sailors by the Mary Anderson in the New Hebrides. 825, 826
    • The Sackville-Murchison incident 1667 1730
    • Extradition treaty with the United States 1730, 1740
    • Seizure of British sealing vessels in Behring Sea 1746 1822
    • Fur seals, proposed treaty for protection of 1827 1844
    • Tonnage dues and navigation charges, abolition of 1933
  • Greenebaurn, consul, action of, in Samoa 600, 663
  • Grévy, Jules, resignation of, as President of France 567
  • Guadeloupe, tonnage duties on vessels from, removed (proclamation) 1666
  • Guano deposit, claim to discovery of, on Vivorilla Key, by J. R. Schultz 119, 132
  • Guatemala:
    • Champerico and Northern Transportation Company (which see).
    • Representation of, by Uniced States representatives in foreign countries 82, 829, 830
    • Message of the President 80
    • Insurrection 87
    • Supreme power assumed by the President 80
    • Forcible union of Central American States 131, 133, 144
    • Free port of Livingston and free zone abolished 159, 162
    • Rights, duties, etc., of foreigners 167
    • Right of citizens of the United States to sue in 142, 149, 155, 158
    • Discriminatory duties in favor of the Spanish Central American Steamship Line 90, 95, 98, 141, 148
  • Gurr vs. Marquardt. (See Marquardt.)
  • Gutierrez, Benjamin, sentence of, for invading United States territory 1187, 1188, 1191

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J.

  • Jacmel declared blockaded 932
  • Jacob, A. P., enforced enlistment of, in French military service 543, 556
  • Jacobs, Jules, passport of 560
  • Jacobsen, Hans, arrest of as a deserter from the German army 581, 586, 589
  • Janos, arrest of United States sheriffs and posse at. (See sheriffs.)
  • Japan:
  • Jeanie, the, discriminatory duties levied on, at Havana 1445, 1449, 1469
  • Jessen, H. F.,. arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 659
  • Jews:
  • Johanna Island:
    • Claim of B. F. Wilson against the sultan of 527
    • Protectorate of France over 500, 516
  • Johnson, C. A. B., citizenship of 488
  • Joint-stock companies, Turkish regulations governing 1592
  • Jones, Wm., seizure of the, by the Haytian authorities 933, 936, 942, 943, 944, 960
  • Judgments, execution of consular, in Turkey 1600
  • Juneau, outrages on Chinese at 363, 391
  • Jurisdiction, claim of Mexico to extraterritorial criminal 1114, 1189

K.

  • Kai-Ping mines. (See Mines.)
  • Karikuri, battle of 53
  • Kerosene:
    • Bonding of, in China 274
    • Exclusion of, from China 266, 275
    • Lekin on, at Canton reduced 199
    • Importations of, into China 267, 306
    • Importations of,into Corea 307
    • Internal taxation of, in China 286
  • Kessel, Frank, application of, for passport 615, 630
  • Kidnaping attempted by Mexiean soldiers of a deserter at Eagle Pass 1176, 1185, 1186, 1187
  • Klein, August, arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 659
  • Kraljevica, reward to members of the United States lifesaving stations for aid to the 23
  • Krupp, Messrs., orders given for cannon for the Belgian army 26
  • Kwai Ping, missionary troubles at 220, 236, 266
  • Kurds, attack by, on Nestorian Christians 1362, 1363

L.

  • Laborers, immigrant, in Hawaii 834, 864, 868, 871
  • Lalanne, W.:
    • Request of, for certificate of exemption from French military service 535, 540
    • Naturalization, legality of, and right to a passport 535, 540
  • Land:
    • Right of foreigners to hold, in Guatemala 167
    • Special permission required for a foreigner to hold or lease, in Norway 1490
    • Tenure of foreigners in China 270, 301
    • Tenure of natives in China 346
  • Lawry, the Winnie, refused clearance to Port de Paix 961
  • Leary, R. P., commander, U. S. Navy, letters in regard to Samoan affairs 752
  • Lease, restoration of real property in Turkey on termination of 1616
  • Leerdam, the tonnage dues imposed on, in the United States 1342, 1344
  • Légitime (see Revolution in Hayti), elected chief of the executive power 930, 993
  • Lekin:
  • Leper, emigration to the United States from Norway 1484, 1488
  • Lesseps, Count F. de, letter presenting the Bartholdi medal to Mr. Cleveland 494
  • Letters rogatory:
    • To be executed in France, issued by a New York court 510, 520, 532
    • Execution of foreign, in the United States 510, 520, 532
  • Lewchew, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Liberia:
    • Intervention of the United States requested to punish the half-Caralla tribes 1081
    • Race prejudice in 1083
    • Claim of France to the Beriby district 1084, 1086
  • License, form of, for American fishing vessels in Canada 808
  • Life-saving—
    • Institutions, reports, etc., of, to he obtained (circular) 1659
    • Station, reward to members of, for aid to the Kralijevica 23
  • Life and property, imperial guaranty of, in Persia 1360
  • Lights in the Red Sea 790, 796, 812
  • Linden, J., medical goods of, refused entry into Russia 1400, 1402
  • Lipszyc, Adolph, expulsion of, from Russia 1399
  • Liquor law of Siam 1427
  • Literary and artistic works, convention for the protection of 1542, 1545
  • Livingston, free port of, and free zone abolished 159, 162
  • Loan, Hawaiian 832
  • Log Cabin Bar, Snake River, murder of Chinese at 383, 387, 391, 395, 401, 403
  • Lopez & Co., Calixto, claim of, against Spain for illegally collected duties 1452
  • Lower California, colonization of, by United States citizens 1098
  • Lowinsohn, Sigismund, application of, for a passport 19, 20
  • Lozano, Toribio, claim of, against the United States 1306, 1308
  • Luis, Atanacio, attempted kidnapping of, by Mexican soldiers at Eagle Pass 1176, 1185, 1186, 1187

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N.

  • Nanchang, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Naval college of China 301
  • Navigation charges, abolition of (See Tonnage.)
  • Naturalization and citizenship circular 1648
    • And citizenship, Norwegian law of 1490
    • Certificates, sufficiency of, as proof of United States citizenship 510, 513
    • Parol proof of 547, 552
    • In China 346
    • In the Netherlands 1323
  • Naturalized citizens:
  • Negro immigration to the Argentine Republic 14
  • Nemo, the, attack on, while fishing near Copper Island 1849
  • Nepaul, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Netherlands, The:
  • Neutrality:
    • Violation of, by the Saginaw and G. W. Clyde taking arms from the United States to Hayti 992, 997, 1000
    • Of Suez canal 1322
  • New Hebrides, illegal recruitment of sailors by the Mary Anderson in 825, 826
  • New Caledonia, deportation of convicts to the United States from 507
  • New Year’s calls in China, etiquette of 260, 296, 300, 313
  • Nicaragua:
  • Nielsen, George, arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 657
  • Nogales, abduction of prisoners from, by Mexican soldiers 1187, 1188, 1191
  • North Erin, resistance offered to a United States marshal by the captain of 787, 804
  • Novorossish, railway and harbor works at 1414
  • Nuñez, Rafael, elected President of Colombia 401
    • Message to Colombian Congress reflecting upon foreign Governments 426, 427, 429

O.

  • Oath required of foreign residents in Hawaii 833
  • Obstructions to navigation in the Pearl River near Canton 224, 250, 270, 336
  • Ocos and Quesaltenango Railroad. (See Buerron, J. L., & Co.)
  • Oertel, Hermann, arrest of, in Germany for nonperformance of military service 658
  • Onward, seizure of the, for illicit seal fishing 1746 1757, 1788 1789, 1803 1806
  • Opium smuggling in China 244
    • Trade of Macao, PortugueseChinese convention 319
  • Orofino, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Ortez, Serapio Reyes, second vicepresident of Bolivia 51
  • Outrages on Chinese 362, 363, 366, 383, 387, 389, 390, 392, 395, 397, 401, 403
  • Overflow of the Yellow River 223, 234, 348
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P.

  • Pacific Mail Steamship Company 90, 95, 116, 124, 151
  • Paez, General, funeral of 1643, 1645
  • Paladini, Salvatore, extradition of 1037, 1046, 1047
  • Palestine, expulsion of Jews from. (See Jews.)
  • Papago Indians, attack on visiting, hy Mexicans 1197, 1199, 1223, 1225
  • Panama Canal Company, claim of, to the telegraph wire across the Isthmus 405
    • Railroad Company, the claim of, to the telegraph wire across the Isthmus 405, 406, 407, 408
    • Star and Herald, claim of the, against Colombia 423
  • Paraguay:
    • Claim of the United States and Paraguayan Navigation Company 1346, 1354, 1355, 1356
    • Dispute with Bolivia in regard to the “Chaco limits” 1357
  • Parker, J. W., the, discriminatory duties levied on, in Cuba 1432, 1433
  • Parol proof of naturalization 547, 552
  • Passports:
  • Pearl Harbor concession 788, 799, 834, 844, 860, 861, 865
  • Peddlers, law governing, in the United States 46, 47
  • Pedro Segundo Telegraph and Cable Company of Brazil 55
  • Peking, land tenure of foreigners in 271
  • Penryn, Christmas and Fanning Island. (See Christmas Island.)
  • Persia:
    • American enterprises desired; also engineers and geologists 1359
    • Protection to life and property guarantied by the Shah 1360
    • Mission to the United States 1361, 1365
    • Massacre of Christians by Kurds at Tiary and Tehoman 1362, 1363
    • Railroads 1364
  • Peru:
    • Quarantine against Chili on account of cholera. (See Quarantine.)
    • Liability of Chili for foreign debt of, and the GraceAranibar contract 182
    • Claim of V. H. MacCord 1366, 1369, 1370, 1371, 1377
    • Abolition of tonnage and navigation charges 1951
    • Peruvian Guano Company, claim of, against Chili 172
  • Petroleum:
  • Petropaulovski, only port open to American whaling vessels in Kamtschkatka 1410, 1413
  • Phœnix, arrest of Manuel Mejia at. (See Mejia.)
  • Pinto, Concepcion, letter of, in regard to the “peace and friendship “treaty with Guatemala 142, 149, 155
  • Political situation in France 524, 526, 529, 533, 557, 560, 567
  • Political affairs in—
  • Political organization of Switzerland 1507, 1512, 1519
  • Pollok, S. M., passport of 1496, 1500
  • Pootung Wharf and Godown Company 274
  • Pork, American:
  • Pork:
    • Cargo of Danish, confiscated in Paris as being American 478
    • Exclusion of Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian, from Germany 585
    • Exclusion of German and French, from the United States 629
    • Shipment of Danish, to New York 480
    • Trichina in German, 584, 609
    • And lard, inspection of, in Spain 1430
  • Port au Prince:
  • Port de Paix declared blockaded 932
  • Portugal:
    • Treaty with China 313, 341
    • Discrimination against the direct trade of the United States with Cape Verde Islands in favor of that through Lisbon 1381, 1384, 1385
    • Duty on supplies for vessels of war 1388
    • Protectorate over Dahomey 1389, 1390
    • Industrial property convention 1390, 1391
    • Extradition of Maria da Luz Baptista alias Botelho 1391, 1394
    • Blockade of Qnissembo 1394, 1395
    • Differential rates of tonnage dues 1881 1883
  • Postel, arrest of A. C. and Julius, on suspicion, at Zurich 579
  • Poyard, Felix, passport of 549, 551, 554
  • Preciado, Paulino S., extradition of 1308, 1315
  • Prepayment of diplomatic and consular correspondence 1537, 1539
  • Prewett, Mrs. Samuel, claim to estate of General Featheringill, left in Spain 1467, 1468
  • Prins Mauritz, duties levied on,in the United States 1341, 1343
  • Printing offices, Turkish law governing 1594, 1599
  • Prison Congress, International 1416
  • Prize, annual, offered by the King of Belgium for the encouragement of intellectual effort 46
  • Probate courts in China 346
  • Products of countries east of the Cape of Good Hope, discrimination against in Canada 823, 824
  • Proios, H. A., extradition of, by Russia to Turkey 1405, 1406, 1573, 1582, 1583, 1588, 1603, 1607, 1620
  • Protection of—
    • Foreigners in Morocco 1049
    • Furseals, negotiations for treaty for 1804, 1823, 1856
    • Guatemalan citizens by representatives of the United States in foreign countries 82, 829, 830
    • Life and property guarantied by the Shah 1360
    • Naturalized United States citizens in their native country 1565
    • Swiss citizens in Denmark by the United States minister 472
    • United States consulate at Zurich from threatened attack by anarchists by Swiss authorities 1515
  • Protectorate:
  • Publication of the Bible in Turkey 1624
  • Puerto Cabello, United States consul not allowed to board United States vessels at, without a permit 1640
  • Putnam, F. W., passport of 410, 420

Q.

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R.

  • Race prejudice in Liberia 1083
  • Railroad:
  • Raratonga, British protectorate over 875
  • Ratciiffe, Mrs. J., status of 1075, 1076, 1079
  • Real estate, restoration of, in Turkey on termination of lease 1616
  • Reception to Mr. Tree by the King of Belgium 43
  • Reciprocity, treaty of, between the United States and Hawaii 834, 835, 844, 860, 861, 865
  • Recognition of Légitime’s government deferred 943, 994
  • Reconciliation, endeavors ef the archbishop and French minister and M. Magron to effect, of the two parties in Hayti 977
  • Recruitment, illegal, of sailors by the Mary Anderson in the New Hebrides 825, 826
  • Red flag forbidden to be displayed in Belgian communes 28
  • Red sea, lights in 790, 796, 812
  • Redding, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Refugees, threatened closing of Venezuelan ports against Curacao for harboring 1636, 1637, 1639, 1640
  • Registration of foreigners in France 558, 561
  • Reid, Gilbert. (See Chi-Nan-Fu.)
  • Religious liberty:
  • Rendition of fugitives from justice in China 258
  • Representation of Guatemala by United States representatives in foreign countries 82, 829, 830
  • Republican party organized in Brazil to establish a republic 74
  • Residents, interchange of census of foreign 49
  • Resolutions passed by the Spanish Chambers thanking foreign powers for sending squadrons to the exposition at Barcelona 1465
  • Revolution in Hayti (see The Haytien Republic and Port au Prince) 884, 887, 891, 892, 895 902, 904, 905, 916 18, 920, 921, 924, 930 2, 936, 941 5, 958, 960 2, 977, 980 4, 988 94, 997, 1001, 1005, 1006
  • Rice, duty on, in the United States 370
  • Riemenschneider, a convict, emigration of, from Denmark to the United States 476
  • Rights:
  • Rio Grande. (See Wing-dams.)
  • River and coasting trade of Ecuador opened to foreigners 490
  • Robinson, Sandford, manager of the Ocos, etc., Railroad 109, 134, 152, 164, 170
  • Rock Springs, outrages on Chinese at 366, 391, 392, 397
  • Rothschild, Baron and Baroness, admitted to court balls at Vienna 22
  • Roumania:
    • Submarine cables convention 568
    • Maneuvers of the army 1396
  • Royal Naval College, England: first and fifth places obtained by Messrs. Taylor and Armistead 744
  • Russia:
    • Petroleum 1397
    • Expulsion of Adolph Lipszyc 1399
    • Expulsion of Jews 1399
    • Entry refused to American medical goods 1400, 1402
    • Isidore Albert exiled to Siberia 1401, 1403
    • Railroads 1404, 1406, 1407, 1414
    • Extradition of H. A. Proios at request of the Turkish Government 1405, 1406
    • American whaling vessels refused permission to land for supplies or repairs in Behring and Okhotsk Seas 1410, 1413
    • Rev. Mr. Easton refused passage through Russian territory 1411, 1414
    • Railway and harbor works at Novorossisk 1414
    • International Prison Congress 1416
    • Concession to, of exclusive right to erect tanks for Russian petroleum in Cairo 1549, 1556
    • Fur-seals, treaty for their protection 1854 1856
    • Abolition of tonnage and navigation charges 1952 1954
  • Ruz, General, filibustering expedition against Cuba 1471, 1472, 1473

S.

T.

  • Tacoma, claim of Chinese for loss of property at 391
  • Tahiti:
    • Deportation of convicts from, to the United States 506
    • Postal service to the United States 507
  • Tariff:
  • Taylor, cadet United States Naval Academy, obtains first place at Royal Naval College 744
  • Tax:
  • Tehoman, threatened massacre of Christians in Tiary and 1362, 1363
  • Telegraph lines:
    • In Brazil, the Pedro Segundo Telegraph and Cable Company ask a year’s extension of time for the erection of 55
    • Across the Isthmus of Panama 405, 406, 407, 408
    • From Seoul to Fusan 452, 454
  • Telegraph cable:
    • Submarine from Hawaii to North America 1832, 847, 873
    • Interisland in Hawaii 866
    • From Mole St. Nicholas to Santiago de Cuba 883
  • Terres, Pedro, contract of, with the Costa Rican Government favoring vessels of, by discriminatory duties 93
  • Tiary, threatened massacre of Christians in Tehoman and 1362, 1363
  • Thelamaque, Seide. (See Revolution in Hayti, 905 et seq.)
  • Thibet, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Thornton, seizure of the, for illicit seal-fishing 1746 1757, 1788 1797, 1803 1806
  • Tobacco, duty in the United States on Mexican 1285, 1292
  • Tonnage and navigation dues, abolition of 1909 1956
  • Tonnage dues, differential rates of 1857 1908
  • Tonquin, claim of China to suzerainty over 222
  • Tour of inspection through China 326
  • Tourists, American, increased number of, in Egypt 1631, 1632
  • Trade, direct, of the United States with Cape Verde Islands discriminated against m favor of that through Lisbon 1381, 1384, 1385
    • Of China, statistics of foreign 306, 322
    • Of Japan with the United States 1059, 1061
    • Of Sweden and Norway with the United States 1477
    • Of the United States with Argentine Republic 13
    • River and coasting, of Ecuador opened to foreign vessels 490
  • Trade-marks:
    • Law of Brazil 62
    • Proposed Siamese law of 1425
    • Treaty between the United States and Switzerland 1540, 1543
  • Treaties, Chinese, volume of, not obtainable 244
  • Treaty between Germany and Austria-Hungary 611
    • Between Portugal and China 313, 341
    • Of amity, commerce, and navigation between Mexico and France 1192
  • Trespasses by Mexican troops on the United States frontier 1184
  • Trichina in German pork 584, 609
  • Trip with the President of the Argentine Republic 5
  • Turkey:
  • Twyeffort, S. P., passport of 550, 553, 554

U.

  • Ulmer, S. H., application of, for a passport 660, 661
  • Union, forcible, of Central American States by Guatemala 131, 133, 144
  • United States, claims of, against Chili 180, 186, 195, 197
  • United States and Paraguayan Navigation Company, claim of 1346, 1354, 1355, 1356
  • Uranus, the, discriminatory dues collected on, in Spanish West Indies 1450
  • Uruguay, congress of private international law at Montevideo 1635

V.

  • Van Bokkelen, A. C., claim of, against Hayti 984, 985, 987, 988, 1007
  • Van Gele, Captain, seizure by, of the Henry Reed 24, 26, 29, 34
  • Venezuela:
    • Dispute as to boundary between Great Britain and 698, 702
    • Closing of, ports threatened against Curacao 1636, 1637, 1639, 1640
    • Visiting United States ships at Puerto Cabello not allowed the United State consul without a permit 1640
    • Delivery of ships’ papers required by Venezuelan customs officers 1642, 1644, 1645, 1646
    • Obsequies of General Paez 1643, 1645
  • Vessels, United States consul at Puerto Cabello not allowed to visit United States, without a permit 1640
  • Veto power of the King of Hawaii 837, 849, 852, 871
  • Visit of the Emperor to the Temple of Heaven 287
  • Vivorilla Key, discovery of guano deposits on 119, 132

W.

  • Wachong & Co., claim of, for loss at Seattle 389, 392
  • Wages of laborers in Chili 193
  • Walker, Howard C., claim of, against Mexico 1103, 1137
  • Ward, F. T., claim of estate of 199, 227
  • Weiss, Mrs. John, passport of 1515, 1516, 1517, 1531
  • Welland Canal, discrimination against American vessels in 813, 814, 824
  • West Indies, free ports in the Dutch 1948
  • Whaling vessels, American, refused supplies and repairs in Behring and Okhotsk Seas 1410, 1413
  • Whampoa, obstruction to navigation at 224, 250, 270
  • Wilbur, Eugene, illegal recruitment of sailors in the New Hebrides by 825, 826
  • William, Emperor of Germany, death of 620, 675
  • William II, Emperor of Germany, accession of, and proclamations 639
  • Wills, law of, in China 346
  • Wilson, Isaac, and G. Shields, extradition of 1216, 1219, 1220, 1221, 1228, 1236, 1237 1243, 1247
  • Wilson, B. F., claim to land in Johanna Island 527
  • Wine, adulteration and imitation of trademarks of, in Spain 1470, 1471
  • Wing-dams on the Rio Grande 1110, 1200, 1241, 1242, 1244, 1245, 1246
  • Wool, unwashed Argentine, United States import duties a discrimination against, in favor of Australian 1
    • Refusal to take, makes Argentine Republic, Paraguay, and Uruguay rivals of the United States in the production of cereals 10
  • Woods, Oliver, imprisonment of 1112, 1136, 1138, 1143, 1184
  • Work, B. C., imprisonment of 1182, 1185, 1191, 1223, 1228, 1234, 1239
  • Wrecked vessels, arrangement for reciprocal aid to, in waters between the United States and Canada 796, 824, 827
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