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Alphabetical Index.

A.

  • Argentine Republic:
    • Address of the President to the Argentine Congress 9
    • Attempt on Gen. Roca’s life and state of siege proclaimed 5
    • Port charges on vessels in distress 4, 10, 12
    • Tax on foreign life insurance companies 1 4, 7 9, 11
  • Asylum, right of. (See Central America; confiscation of City of Panama , See also Chile.)
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • Assisted immigration 16 19, 20, 29, 30
    • Citizenship of the son horn in Washington, of a foreign minister 19, 21
    • Free port of Trieste to be disfranchised after July 1, 1891 20
    • Hog products readmitted under United States certificates of inspection 31
    • Military service of Alfred Janowitz 21
    • Military service of Julius Kranz 26
    • Passport application of a son horn in New York of a naturalized citizen and permanently residing abroad 14, 15

B.

  • Balmaceda, President of Chile:
    • His proclamation on opening of hostilities 94
    • His address to Chilean Congress 112
    • His resignation 155
    • His suicide 165
    • His posthumous letter 165
  • Baltimore, assault on seamen of the 194, 196, 197 220, 228, 232, 246, 250, 251, 255, 263, 264, 285, 286, 289, 324 326, 343, 344, 346
  • Belgium:
    • Dressed beef to be imported with the lungs attached to carcasses 33 38
  • Bering Sea question 530 537, 542 643
  • Brazil:
    • Constitution, adoption of, and election of President and Vice-President 40
    • Dissolution of Congress and establishment of martial law 42, 52
    • Friendship with the United States, message of, voted by Brazilian Congress 50
    • Organization of the several States of Brazil 41
    • Reciprocity 43, 47
    • Resignation of President Deodora and installation of Vice-President Peixotto 42
    • Tax levied in the State of Amazonas on transient goods 40, 41

C.

D.

  • Denmark: Removal of restrictions on the importation of American hog products 487 488

E.

  • Estates, settlement of, in Colombia 469 486

F.

G.

  • Germany:
    • Hog products, removal of the prohibition on American pork 501, 505, 511, 514, 515, 517, 518, 527, 528
    • Immigration (assisted) of Nikolaus Bader, a convict discharged from an insane asylum 509
    • Military service of John Haberacker 496 500, 503, 507, 519, 521, 522
    • Passport application of Christian Henne, born in the United States of a naturalized father 512, 515
    • Passport application of Mrs. Henry Cadmus, who is residing abroad with her minor children without intention to return 518, 521
  • Great Britain:

H.

I.

J.

  • Janowitz, Alfred, military service of, in Austria-Hungary 21
  • Jews, proscription of the, in Russia 734 746

K.

  • Kalakaua, King of Hawaii. His visit to and death in the United States 644 649

M.

N.

  • Netherlands, medals commemorative of the independence of the United States 729, 730

O.

  • Outrage on Chinese merchants at Vallejo, Cal 461 466

P.

  • Passport:
    • Minor children residing abroad with their parents, right of 518, 521
    • Persons born in the United States of a naturalized father are entitled to, as natives 512, 515
    • Son of naturalized citizen born in New York but residing abroad since childhood with no intention to return not entitled to 14, 15

R.

S.

T.

  • Tax levied in the Brazilian State of Amazonas on transient goods 40, 41
  • Trieste (Austria) will cease to be a free port after July 1, 1891 20
  • Turkey:
    • Citizenship of naturalized Turkish subjects who return to their former allegiance 751 752
    • Interference of local authorities with the circulation and sale of books 758
    • Missionary troubles in Turkey. Detention of Rev. Mr. Richardson at Erzerum 753, 760 764
    • Right of American citizens to buy and hold land 750, 751
    • Schools and churches in Turkey 749, 755, 757, 765

V.

  • Vessels detained in Haitien ports for payment of duties on their cargoes 650 657
  • Vessels in distress in Argentine Republic, port charges on 4, 10, 12

W.