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A.

  • Acreage on which taxes were paid, 1891, 1892 1072
  • Adee, A. A., Assistant Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Stevens—
      • No. 31, July 14, 1890 333
      • No. 11, November 16, 1889 1171
      • No. 11, November 16, 1889 300
      • No. 82, April 27, 1893 420
    • To Merrill: No. 139, September 10, 1889 291
    • To Willis: No. 2, September 28, 1893 1189
  • Advisory Committee, selection of 595, 957
  • Advisory Council 1335, 1369
  • Affidavit of:
  • Ahupuäa—a division of land 887
  • Aki case, settlement of 660
  • Aki opium scandal 660, 823
  • Alexander, B. S., lieutenant-colonel engineers, brevet brigadier-general United States Army. Report on Pearl River Harbor, 1873 154
  • Alexander, Prof. William De Witt (surveyor-general of Hawaii) statement of 607
    • Appendix. 612
    • Approximate division of the lands of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Table 1106
    • Bribery in passage of opium and lottery bills 656, 660
    • Constitution of 1887 662
    • Coronation of Kalakaua 651
    • Court-house riot, 1874 646
    • Crown lands 665, 667
    • Election of Kalakaua 645
    • Elections of 1886 654
    • Extract from instructions of February 21, 1854 615
    • Government and crown lands 1105
    • Green-Carter ministry, 1880 649
    • Hale Naua, alias Temple of Science 658
    • Intrigues during Lunalilo’s reign 645
    • Joint declaration, 1851, French Republic and Hawaiian Islands 613
    • Joint resolution 615
    • Kaimiloa 659
    • Kalakaua—
    • Legislative sessions of—
    • London loan 656
    • Lottery bill 653
    • Moreno, Celso Cesar 648
    • Moreno ministry, fall of 649
    • Opium bill 656
    • Opium bribe, 1887 660
    • Order of the King to Mr. Wyllie 615
    • Practical politics under Gibson 654
    • Protectorate proclamation 612
    • Protocols of treaty, 1854, text 612 624
    • Reciprocity treaty, 1875 647
    • Reform League—Great reform meeting, 1887 661
    • Resolution about the joint declaration, March 20, 1851 612, 613
    • Revolution of 1893 Causes 663
    • Samoan embassy, 1887 659
    • Spreckels, Claus 647
    • Spreckels’s bank charter 653
    • Statement—Facts relating to Kalakaua’s reign. 645
    • Total area of land commission awards Table 1106
    • Uncompleted treaty of 1854 607
  • Allegiance to foreign power 1314
  • Allen, A. H., chief of Bureau of Rolls and Library, United States State Department, report of 7
    • Annexation, President Johnson on 16
      • Henry A. Pierce, February 25, 1871 17
    • British loan 24
    • Hawaiian Islands, British seizure 9
      • narrative of official relations of United States with, since 1820. 8 28
    • Insurrection of 1889 26
    • King Kalakaua, visit to United States, 1874 20
    • Liliuokalani, accession of 26
      • dethronement of 27
      • influence of C. B. Wilson 27
    • Pearl River Harbor, concession to United States 23
      • British protest against 25
    • Territorial extension—Hawaiian protest against Great Britain and France 23
    • Treaty with Denmark, 1846 12
      • Great Britain and Hawaii, 1852—Parity clause 21
      • United States of, 1850 13
      • 1875 20
  • Amendments or revision of Constitution 1370
  • American citizens, protection of, in foreign countries 1166, 1167
  • Americans, activity in dethroning Queen 476
  • Amnesty:
  • Annexation 16, 89, 95, 106, 139, 144, 146, 153, 169, 181, 183, 185, 195, 243, 353, 478, 678, 679, 680, 827, 874, 1000, 1069, 1161
  • Annexation Club:
    • Nationality of 598
    • Number of registered names 1137
    • Resolutions of 1059
  • Annexation clubs, on the various islands 1075
  • Annexation scheme 763
  • Annuities, Queen and Princess 243
  • Appeal to the President of the United States, 1851 614
  • Appointment 1324, 1360
  • Appropriations 1330, 1361
  • Arbitration, Provisional Government, denial of any desire for 1276 1282
  • Area, total, of land-commission awards 1106
  • Arms, importation of 1391
  • Arrests 1391
  • Ashford, Volney V.:
    • Statement of—
      • March, 1893 668
      • April, 1893 681
      • American protectorate 679
      • Annexation, 678, 679, 680
      • Conspiracy to force Kalakaua to abdicate 670
      • First official acts of Queen 674
      • Hawaiian Patriotic League 673
        • Arrest of members 677
      • Insurrection of 1889 670
      • Japanese question 680
      • King Kalakaua, election of 668
      • Liliuokalani, moral character 673
      • Missionary party 678
      • Native distrust of missionary element 683
      • Palace scandals 674, 675
      • Political record of R. W. Wilcox 670
        • leaders of revolution of 1893 681
      • Queen, accession of 672
      • Revolution, 1887 669
      • Wilson, C. B., character of 674, 675
  • Australia and Canada, proposed submarine cable between 1395
  • Australian ballot system 999

B.

  • Baldwin, H. P.:
  • Bayard, T. F., Secretary of State:
    • To G. W. Merrill—
    • American citizens, protection of 1166, 1167
    • Hawaiian Islands, importance of 1165
    • Kapiolani, Queen, visit to United States 1166
    • Oath prescribed for foreign residents of Hawaiian Islands 1168
    • Policy of United States, 1887 1166, 1167
    • Revolution of 1887, United States’ policy 1167
  • Birthday anniversary of King Humbert 1312
  • Bishop, C. R 685
    • Annexation, popular sentiment on 690
    • Government lands 685
    • Native chiefs, habits of 689
    • Race feeling 690
  • Bishop, Rev. Sereno E.:
    • Interview 691
      • Annexation sentiment, growth of 694
      • Chinese, wifeless 775
      • Christian instruction 776
      • Diseases, infectious, epidemic 773
      • Drunkenness 773
      • Hygienic instruction 776
      • Idolatry 774
      • Kahunas, 774
      • Leprosy 774
      • Lottery ring, collusion of Queen with 692
      • Medical aid, Government 776
      • Native capacity for self-government 699
      • Oppression of the chiefs 773
      • Parker-Peterson ministry 692
      • Queen, aggressions of 691
        • attempt to promulgate a new constitution 693
      • School education 776
      • Sorcery 774
      • Unchastity 771
      • “Why are the Hawaiians dying out?” 769
  • Blaine, J. G., Secretary of State, to:
  • Blaisdell, William:
    • Interview 703
      • Annexation, native sentiment on 710
      • Australian ballot, effect on natives 706
      • Contract-labor system 710
      • Hawaiian monarchy, causes of overthrow 705
      • Hawaiian native character 712
      • Native capacity for self-government 706
      • Portuguese labor importation 709
      • Race prejudice 711
  • Blount, Hon. Jas. H., special commissioner to Hawaii, testimony and report:
    • To Mr. Dole, May 10, 1893 535
    • To Secretary Gresham—
    • Advisory Council, Provisional Government 595
    • American activity in overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy 476
    • American flag, order to Skerrett for removal of 472
    • Annexation—
      • Club, nationality of members 598
      • Memorials for 533
      • Opposition to 502
      • Public sentiment on 599
    • Appointment as special commissioner 447, 467, 470, 1185, 1187, 1210
    • Barracks, attempt to destroy 429
    • Census of Hawaiian Islands, 1890, table 596
    • Collusion of Mr. Stevens with the Provisional Government to dethrone the Queen 594
    • Commissioner, paramount, to Hawaiian Islands—
      • Arrival in Honolulu 470
      • Instructions to 567
    • Committee of safety—
      • Appeal for aid of U. S. forces, text 584
      • Organization 583
      • Personnel of 587
    • Constitution of—
      • 1852 569
      • 1864 570
      • 1887, amendments to 577
      • 1887, changes attempted by the Queen 581
      • 1887, Chief Justice Judd on 575
      • 1887, voting qualifications under 485
    • Credentials presented to Provisional Government 471
    • Crown lands 543
    • Foreign recognition of Provisional Government 593
    • Hawaiian land tenures 489
    • Hawaiian Patriotic League, proceedings of 471
    • Hawaiian Political Association, statement of 483
    • Instructions, extract from Hawaiian Star 535
    • Interview with—
      • Dr. W. S. Bowen 480
      • Claus Spreckles 481
    • Lands, crown 552
    • Land tenures 550
    • Mass meeting, indorsing the Queen’s administration 582
    • Memorandum, showing movements of U. S. troops in Honolulu 597
    • Methods of gaining information 1211, 1279
    • Native population, increase 555
    • Native sentiment on annexation 533
    • “New constitution,” native sentiment toward 483
    • Nordhoff affair 422 427
    • Objectionable language against Mr. Blount in annexation papers 530, 535
    • Offensive language in Hawaiian Star toward Mr. Blount 531
    • Population—
    • Protectorate, withdrawal of 568
    • Provisional Government—
      • Hour of Mr. Stevens’s recognition 526
      • Instability of 630
    • Queen Liliuokalani—
    • Queen’s troops, location of 585
    • Recognition of Provisional Government by Mr. Stevens, hour of 590 593
    • Reform party, who constitute 487
    • Religious affiliations of natives 600
    • Removal of American flag 472, 1061
    • Restoration of Queen, memorials for 532
    • Revolution, 1893—
      • Causes 569
      • Cooperation of U. S. minister and naval commander in 590
    • Scandal, Queen-Wilson 534
    • Stevens’s recognition of Provisional Government 605
    • Sugar interests and annexation 599
    • Taxes 542
    • Treaty of 1854, uncompleted 606
      • 1875, United States and Hawaiian Islands 571
    • U. S. troops—
  • Bolte, Crister:
    • Interview 715
      • Committee of safety, organization 716
      • Hawaiian native character 728
      • Parker-Peterson ministry 715
      • Provisional Government organization 717
      • U. S. troops, landing of 723, 727
  • Bowen, William S., journalist:
    • Interview with Colonel Blount 480
  • Boyd, W. Porter, interview 731
    • United States troops, landing of 732
  • Bribery in Hawaiian Legislature 514, 660, 823
  • Brief résumé of Mr. Willis’s official actions in Honolulu to December 20, 1893. 1270
  • British:
    • Arms furnished by 1391
    • Arrests of 1392
    • Claims, adjudication of 118
    • Cruiser Garnet, arrival at Honolulu 410
    • Influences for the Queen 186, 374
    • Influences in 1863 134
    • Loan 24
    • Minister, efforts against Provisional Government 411
      • intrigues against Provisional Government 413
    • Objections to American influences 91, 410
    • Opposition to annexation 129
    • Recognition of Hawaiian independence 119
    • Seizure of Hawaiian Islands, 1843 45
    • Sentiments of the 1375
    • Unfriendliness to Provisional Government 410
  • Brown, George, U. S. commissioner to Sandwich Islands, to Secretary of State Upshur:
    • October 26, 1843 62
    • November 4, 1843 62
    • To Secretary of the Navy—
    • Annexation 183
    • Constitution of 1887, attempted revision 1173
  • Buchanan to Ten Eyck, August 28, 1848, policy of United States 69

C.

  • Cabinet:
  • Cable, submarine 1375, 1378 1390
  • Calhoun to Brown, 1845 67
  • Campbell, loss of steamship 1022
  • Capital, American, in the Hawaiian Islands 921, 995
  • Carter, Charles L.:
    • Killing of 1393
    • To Mr. Foster, February 11, 1893 238
    • Hawaiian Islands and dependencies 239
    • Resources of Princess Kaiulani 238
    • Queen Liliuokalani 238
    • Statement of public lands 239
  • Carter, J. O.:
  • Catholic missionaries, arrival in 1830 747
  • Celebration of July 4 in Hawaii 272, 1303
  • Census table 256
    • of 1890, statistics 539 544, 920
    • official, of Hawaiian Islands, December, 1890, table 596
  • Center, H.:
    • Interview 740
      • Annexation, native sentiment 741
      • Contract-labor system 740
  • Cession, provisional, to Great Britain 111
    • protest against 57
  • Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu, resolutions passed on death of King Kalakaua 343
  • Chandler, William E., Secretary of Navy, to:
    • Frelinghuysen, F. T., Secretary of State, October 20, 1882, 1163
  • Chiefs, oppression of the 773
  • Chinese:
  • Christian instruction 776
  • Christianity in the islands 113
  • Citizenship, rights of 1322, 1352
  • Clayton, Secretary of State—
    • To Rives, U. S. minister to France, July 5, 1850 87
    • To Messrs. Judd & Jarvis, June 3, 1850 86
  • Claims, British, adjudication of 118
    • of Provisional Government submitted to U. S. Secretary of State 437
  • Classification of each nationality and sex by occupation, table 545
    • Social condition, education, etc., table 546
  • Cleghorn, Governor, protest against landing troops 1038, 1058
  • Clemency 1391
  • Cleveland, Grover, President of United States:
    • Messages relating to the Hawaiian Islands—
    • Amnesty, Queen’s refusal of 458
    • Annexation scheme, Stevens’s agency in 448, 455
    • Blount, appointment as special commissioner 447
    • Honolulu, occupation of, by U. S. forces 455
    • Mass meeting January 16, 1894 450
    • Policy of United States 456, 457
    • Protectorate, establishment of 450
    • Provisional Government—
      • Organization of 446
      • Proclamation of 452
    • Queen Liliuokalani, protest of 453
    • Territorial extension 445
    • Troops, U. S., cooperation of, in overthrow of monarchy 451
    • U. S. marines, landing of 451, 452
  • Coaling station, need of, at Honolulu 337
  • Cochrane, Capt., speech of 1344
  • Coffman, Lieut. De Witt, U. S. Navy, statement of number of U. S. troops landed and returned to the Boston, table 741
  • Coinage, Hawaiian 652
  • Colburn, J. F., statement 496, 524, 631
  • Commissioners, Hawaiian special, Dole to Thurston, February 3, 1893 234
  • Commissioners, Hawaiian:
    • Appointment of 220, 396
    • To Secretary Foster, February 3, 1893 224
      • Presenting report of committee of safety 226
      • Presenting Queen’s proclamation, by authority 228
      • Reply to Queen’s protest 236
      • Treaty negotiations, 1893 235
  • Committee of safety:
  • Compensations 122 124, 1358
  • Condemnations delayed 1397
  • Conference, cabinet and committee of safety 966
    • Queen and cabinet, January 17, 1893 1002
  • Conspiracy:
    • Overthrow the monarchy 1025
    • Proposed arrest of leaders 1031
    • To force Kalakaua to abdicate 670
  • Constitution, Hawaiian:
  • Constitutions, 1864 and 1887, comparison, text 804 817
  • Constitutional changes in 1887 833 835
  • Contract between foreign laborer and the Hawaiian Government, copy 981
  • Convention of commerce. (See Treaty, Great Britain and Sandwich Islands, February 12, 1844) 65
  • Coolie convention, instructions in relation to, proposed 1155
  • Correspondence in regard to uncompleted treaty of 1854, extracts from letters 624 630
    • Great Britain and United States, relating to Sandwich Islands, 1854 107
  • Corporations, Hawaiian, other than sugar plantations 1110 1136
  • Corn well, W. H.:
  • Cotton culture 135
  • Council, advisory, of Provisional Government, personnel of 595
    • of state, how constituted 1366
  • Counselors of the President 1325, 1355
  • Court-house riot in 1874 646
  • Credentials:
    • Mr. Blount to Hawaiian Government 469, 471
    • Mr. Stevens to Hawaiian Government 292, 335
    • Hawaiian special commissioners to United States 233
  • Crisis, Hawaiian, generative causes 914
  • Crown lands 543, 665, 667, 870, 1073, 1074, 1105, 1338, 1369
  • Cummins, J. A., affidavit 634
  • Customs reports 317

D.

  • Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser, extract from 537
    • Political developments 537
  • Damon, S. M.:
    • Interview with Commissioner Blount 505
      • Letter to 1059
      • Native character 511
        • suffrage 510
        • sentiment on annexation 512
      • Provisional Government, proclamation 505
      • Stevens’s sympathy with the Provisional Government 506
      • Surrender of Queen 508
      • Voting qualifications 511
  • Davis, John, Acting Secretary of State, to Mr. Daggett, August 2, 1884 1165
  • Deadlock, ministerial, 1892 361, 374
  • Declaration, joint—French Republic and King of Hawaiian Islands, 1851 613
  • Debt, public 258
  • Delay of execution 1397
  • Denization, letters patent of 1077 1079
  • Denizens 1323, 1353
  • Denmark:
    • Treaty with Sandwich Islands, 1846 12
  • Divisions of powers of government 1323, 1354
  • Diseases:
  • Disqualifications 1326, 1357
  • Dole, Sanford B., President of Provisional Government:
    • To Mr. Blount—
      • July 20, 1893 607
      • May 9, 1893 532
      • Secretary Foster, January 18, 1893 219
      • President Harrison, February 4, 1893 233
      • Mr. Thurston, February 3, 1893 234
      • Mr. Willis—
      • December 18, 1893 1274
      • December 23, 1893 1276
      • December 27, 1893 1285
      • December 29, 1893 1287
      • January 1, 1894 1288
      • January 18, 1894 1222
      • January 11, 1894 1209
      • November 29 1893 1257
      • February 5,1894 1308
      • February 14, 1894 1308
    • To Mr. Stevens, January 17, 1893 565
    • Appeal for support of U. S. troops 565
    • Appointment of Mr. Blount as Special Commissioner 1210
    • Blount’s investigation methods 1211, 1279, 1280
    • British troops for protection of legation of Great Britain 1215
    • Change in commanders of U. S. forces 1211
    • Denial of United States right to arbitrate 1276 1280
    • Explanations respecting correspondence 1309
    • Hawaiian monarchy, retrogressive tendencies 1281
    • Japanese troops for protection of legation of Japan 1215
    • Letter rescinding permission to land U. S. troops for drilling purposes, 1893 1256
    • Offensive language toward Mr. Blount in “Hawaiian Star” 532
    • President Cleveland’s message on restoration 1288
    • Provisional Government, refusal to surrender to the Queen 1276 1282
    • Restoration of monarchy—
      • Information asked 1274
      • Information requested as to United States policy 1257
      • Royalist assertion of the 1214
    • Social courtesies declined by Minister Willis 1216
    • Special Commissioners from Hawaii to United States, appointment 219
    • Specifications concerning letter of December 27, 1893 1209, 1217
    • The Thurston-Gresham interview 1210
    • The Gresham letter of October 18, 1893 1212
    • Treaty of annexation, withdrawal of 1210
    • United States interference in Hawaiian domestic affairs 1276
      • policy of enforcing restoration 1289
    • Mr. Willis’s address requesting surrender of Provisional Government 1215
  • Dole, President Hawaiian Government—
    • Letter of criticism of President Cleveland’s message 1286
  • Dominis, Governor John O., death of 349, 858
  • Draper, Herbert L., First Lieut., U. S. Marine Corps, statement 529
  • Drunkenness 773
  • Duties collected, 1888 to 1892, table 1105

E.

  • Electors 1330
  • Elections 1362, 1363
  • Eminent domain 1322, 1352
  • Enacting laws 1330
  • England:
    • Demands in 1842 374
    • Influences for the Queen 186
    • Influence in the islands in 1863 134
    • Intrigues against Provisional Government 411, 413
    • Objection to American influences 91, 410
    • Seizure of the islands, disavowal of 58, 115
  • Ensign 1322, 1352
  • Equal rights, native demand for 918
  • Estate of Bernice Pauahi Bishop 1074
  • Evarts, Wm. M., Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Comly, November 13, 1880 168
    • Liquor traffic 168
  • Everett, Edward:
    • To Secretary of State Webster—
    • To Secretary Legare—
    • To Secretary Upshur—
      • August 15, 1843 117
      • August 28, 1843 118
    • To Secretary Nelson—
      • April 24, 1844 119
    • Adjudication of British claims 118
    • British recognition of Hawaiian independence, 1843 117
    • British claims 118
    • French recognition of Hawaiian independence, 1843 119
    • Provisional cession of Hawaiian Islands in 1843 111
  • Execution, delay of 1397
  • Executive powers 1323, 1354
  • Exemptions 1358, 1359
  • Exports 263, 264
  • Extracts from—
    • Hawaiian newspapers, January, 1893—Establishment of Provisional Government 395
    • Hawaiian newspapers—Report of Committee of Safety 207 218
    • Message of President Lincoln, February 5, 1864 136
    • Pacific Commercial Advertiser, anniversary celebration of Provisional Government 1194 1208
    • Pacific Commercial Advertiser on political developments 537
    • Records of U. S. legation in Honolulu 529

F.

  • Filibusters 608, 1392
  • Finance 1378
  • First president 1324
  • First Republic convention 1380
  • Flag, United States, Mr. Blount’s removal of 472, 474, 1061
  • Foreign element in Hawaii 540, 824
    • residents qualified to vote, per cent of 1136
  • Force, use of 1307
  • Foster, John W., Secretary of State:
  • Fox to Secretary Upshur, June 25, 1843 115
  • France:
    • Claims in 1849 305, 307
    • Declaration relative to independence of the Sandwich Islands 64
    • Encroachments in early times 89
    • Policy toward Hawaiian Islands 104
    • Recognition of Hawaiian independence 119
    • Seizure of Hawaiian Islands 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 86, 97
    • Treaty with Sandwich Islands, 1839 37, 38
    • Treaty with Sandwich Islands, 1846. 68
  • Freedom of speech 1321, 1351
  • Frelinghuysen, Fred’k T., Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Comly—
    • To Mr. Daggett—
    • Coronation of King Kalakaua 1164
    • Death of Princess Kekaulike 1164
    • Taxation 1162

G.

  • German consul, resignation from the Committee of Safety 964
  • Gibson administration 654, 988
  • Gibson cabinet, 1878 756
  • Government, Hawaiian:
  • Grant, U. S., President, message transmitting a dispatch from Minister Pierce on annexation of Hawaii 16
  • Great Britain, (See also England and British.)
    • Declaration relative to independence of Sandwich Islands, 1813 64
    • Demands of 108
    • Lease of island to 1375, 1378, 1379
    • Recognition of Hawaiian independence 117
    • Seizure of the Islands 108
    • Treaty with Sandwich Islands, 1836 37
    • 1844 65
    • 1852 21
  • Green, W. L., to Pierce, February 21, 1874 163
  • Green-Carter ministry 649
  • Gregg, U. S. minister:
    • To Secretary Marcy—
      • No. 48, July 26, 1854, letter 48 123
      • No. 51, August 7, 1854 124
      • No. 52, September 15, 1854 125
      • No. 54, October 2, 1854 129
      • No. 61, December 19, 1854 131
      • No. 64, December 29, 1854 132
    • Accession of King Kamehameha IV 131
    • Annexation, British opposition to 129
    • Annexation or revolution 123
    • Annexation negotiations 124, 125
    • Compensation 123, 125
    • Death of King Kamehameha III 131
  • Gresham, W. Q., Secretary of State:
  • Gulick, Charles T., notary public:
    • Interview: 742
      • Annexation scheme 763
      • Arrival of Catholic missionaries in 1830 747
      • Arrival of Puritan missionaries in 1820 745
      • Chinese and Japanese labor importation 757
      • Election of Kalakaua in 1874 751
      • Gibson cabinet of 1878 756
      • Honolulu as a commercial port in 1874 751
      • Landing of U. S. troops 743
      • Missionary influence in early government of Hawaii 747
      • Missionary party, 1874 752
      • Organization of the Honolulu Rifles 759
      • Queen-Wilson scandal 743
      • Reciprocity treaty of 1875 754
      • Sentence of 1396
      • Statement, “A footnote of Hawaiian history” 745
      • Stevens’s agency in the overthrow of the monarchy 817
        • connection with annexation scheme 766
      • Surrender of monarchy 768
      • Wilcox revolution, 1889 763

H.

  • Habeas corpus, suspension of 1325
  • Hale Naua, alias Temple of Science 658
  • Harmony, D. B., Acting Secretary of Navy, to Admiral Kimberly, November 11, 1887 1227
  • Hassenger, J. A., chief clerk 1076
    • Certificates—
  • Harrison, Benjamin, President United States:
    • Message relating to uncompleted treaty with Hawaiian Islands, February 4, 1893 3
    • Message transmitting a treaty of annexation between the United States and Provisional Government of Hawaiian Islands, February 15, 1893 197
    • Message relating to Hawaiian Islands, February 17, 1893 5
    • To S. B. Dole, President of Provisional Government, text 412
    • Annexation or protectorate 198
    • Policy of United States 197
    • Revolutionary policy of the Queen 197
  • Hatch, Francis M., to Mr. Willis:
  • Hawaii:
    • Decrease in native population 1161
    • Exports 263
    • “Hawaii for the Hawaiians” 988
    • Political parties of 1011
    • Population of 316
    • Report of collector of customs, 1890 317
  • Hawaiian coinage 652
    • Commissioners to Secretary Webster, December 14, 1842 41
    • Daily Bulletin, May 16, 1893, Mr. Blount’s instructions, extract, 536
    • Government lands 552, 685 687, 870, 1105
  • Hawaiian history:
    • “Two Weeks of, a Brief Sketch of the Revolution of 1893” 777
    • “A Footnote of” 745
  • Hawaiian independence 119
    • British recognition 119
    • French recognition 119
    • Lease of an island to Great Britain 1375
  • Hawaiians:
  • Hawaiian Islands:
  • Hawaiian Legislature. (See Legislature.”)
  • Hawaiian monarchy:
    • Co-operation of U. S. Troops in Me overthrow of 451
    • Overthrow of 385, 459 463, 705
      • A missionary project 868
      • Steven’s agency in 922, 1025
      • Restoration under an American protectorate 909
      • Retrogressive tendencies 1281
  • Hawaiian Kingdom, review of relations with the United States 1159
  • Hawaiian Patriotic League:
    • Statement 911
      • American capital in the Hawaiian Islands 921
      • Annexation, protest against 928
      • Arrest of members 677
      • Census of 1890, statistics 920
      • Constitution of, text 929 931
      • Hawaiian Islands, early attempts to seize 915
      • Mass meeting January 16, 1893 924
      • Memorial on the Hawaiian crisis 914
      • Monarchy, Steven’s agency in overthrow 922
      • Native demand for equal rights 918
      • Provisional Government, administration 922
      • business depression under 923
      • organization of 673
      • petition to the President of the United States 1294 1298
      • troops, organization of 926
      • Queen, dethronement of 911
      • Reciprocity treaty of 1876 917
      • Reform party, divisions in 920
      • Revolutions of 1887 917
      • Sugar culture 916
      • Wilcox insurrection 918
      • Wiltse, Captain, annexation boasts of 923
      • Political Association, statement 483
      • real and personal property 256
      • Republic, establishment of the
        Star, extract: 1374
    • Blount’s instructions 535
    • Deportation of the Queen 530, 531
    • Provisional legislation 503
  • Hawaiians, clemency for 1396
  • Hawes, A. G. S., British commissioner 1376
  • Hayselden, Fred. H., interview 820
  • Honolulu:
    • Coaling station 337
    • Commercial port in 1874 751
    • Occupation by U. S. forces 455
  • Honolulu Rifles 759
  • Hooper, C. L., Capt. U. S. Revenue Marine, lowering American flag 474, 1061
  • Hooper, William, to Secretary Webster:
    • March 7, 1843 45
    • March 11, 1843 53
    • August 15, 1843 55
  • Hopkins, Charles L., affidavits. 523, 635
  • Household Guards (see Queen’s troops), strength of 640
  • Hui Kalaiaina (see Hawaiian Political Association) 483
  • Hyde, C. M., principal of North Pacific Missionary Institute 821
    • Annexation 827
    • Aki opium scandal 813
    • Foreign element in Hawaii 824
    • Hawaiian native character 825
    • Language 825
    • Missionary influences 822
    • Revolutionary of 1887 824
    • Social conditions 825
  • Hygienic instruction 776

I.

  • Idolatry 774
  • Immigration, moneys expended for 1139
  • Impeachments 1339
  • Imports (table) 262
  • Imports and exports:
    • By countries (table) 264
    • Annual value of (table) 264
  • Incendiary talk 517
  • Instructions:
    • To Mr. Blount as special commissioner 567
    • Extract from, of February 21, 1854 615
  • Insurrection of 1889 26, 289, 670
  • Insurrection—
  • Interview of Japanese interpreter with captain of Japanese ship Kongo 418
    • with J. W. Kalua, president of the Annexation Club, and others 846
    • between Hawaiian Patriotic League and Mr. Blount 525
  • Intrigues during Lunalillo’s reign 645, 986
  • Investigation:
  • Irwin, Admiral:

J.

  • Japanese:
    • Ambitions in Hawaiian affairs 416
    • Commissioner, interview with 417
    • Immigrants 1386
    • Interests in Hawaiian affairs 417
    • Laborers, character of 997
    • Labor importation 757
    • Men of war 1312
    • Suffrage question, importance of 680, 1247
    • Voters 999
    • Warship, withdrawal of 569
  • Jarves, James Jackson, historian:
    • Letter to Secretary Clayton May 30, 1850 86
  • Jaukea, CP., to Mr. Blount, June 21, 1893—Appropriation of Legislature of 1887 for premanent public improvement 1109
  • Johnson, A., President of the United States:
    • Annexation 16
    • Extract from message of December 9, 1868, reciprocity with Hawaiian Kingdom 146
  • Jones, J. W:
    • To Mr. Blount, May 15, 1893 1075
      • Annexation clubs on various islands 1075
    • To Mr. Blount, July 9, 1893 1137
      • Annexation club, number of registered names 1137
  • Jones, Thos. Ap Catesby, December 25, 1826, extract letter to Secretary of State 36
  • Judd, A. F., chief justice, Hawaiian Islands:
    • Interview 828
      • Cabinet changes in 1892 842
      • Constitutional changes in 1887 833 835
      • Constitution, new, 1893, attempt of Queen to promulgate 835 838
      • Electors, property qualifications 829 832
      • Hawaiian natives, character 840
      • Hawaiian native women, immorality of 841
      • Legislature of 1892 842
      • Relations between Queen and Marshal Wilson 839
      • Supreme court, appointment of judges 829
    • Judges, supreme, appointment of 829
    • Judicial power 1367, 1368
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K.

  • Kahunas 774
  • Kaimiloa, the 659
  • Kaiulani, Princess, resources of 238
  • Kalakaua, King:
  • Kalaiaina Hui, interview 845
  • Kalua, J. W., president of the Annexation Club, and others, interview 846
  • Kamehameha III, King:
    • To Capt. Long, February 25, 1843 51
    • To Lord Paulet, February 17, 1843, February 18, 1843 48, 49
    • To President Tyler, March 10, 1843 53, 108
    • Annexation to United States 615
    • Demands of Great Britain 108
    • Death of 131
    • English seizure of Sandwich Islands 108
    • Order to Mr. Wyllie, February 6, 1854 615
    • Provisional cession of Hawaiian Islands to England in 1843 48, 49, 109
    • Requests to United States for arbitration between Great Britain and Sandwich Islands in 1843 53
  • Kamehameha IV, accession of 131
  • Kanaka, leaders 953
  • Kanoho, Rev. J., interview 847
  • Kapiolani, Queen, visit to United States 1166
  • Kaulukon, John Lota:
    • Affidavit 636
      • Australian ballot system, effect on native vote 856
      • Mass meeting, royalist 851, 852
      • Native petitions for a change in constitution 848
      • Proclamation of Provisional Government 853
      • Troops, royalist, surrendered 854
        • United States, landing of 852
  • Kearney, Lawrence, commander U. S. Navy: to King Kamehameha III, July 11, 1843 57
  • Kimberly, L. A., admiral U. S. Navy: to Secretary of the Navy, October 18, 1889 1170
  • King, J. A., to Mr. Blount, June 22, 1893, naturalizations from 1860 to 1878 1109
  • Kuleanas 891

L.

  • Labor importation 757
  • Laborers:
  • Land matters in Hawaii 887 895
  • Lands, Hawaiian:
  • Language, Hawaiian 825
    • offensive, in annexation newspapers toward Mr. Blount 530, 525
  • Legare, H. S., Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Everett, June 13, 1843. 113
    • Christian influence in the islands 113
    • Hawaiian Islands, importance to United States 113
  • Legislative power 1326, 1331, 1357, 1358
  • Legislators:
  • Legislature:
  • Leprosy 774
  • Liliuokalani, Queen: See Queen Liliuokalani.
  • Lincoln, A., President, extract from message February 5, 1864 136
  • Liquor traffic 168
  • Loebenstein, Albert B., surveyor and civil engineer:
    • Interview 870
      • Annexation, general sentiment on 874
      • Crown lands 870
      • Government lands 870
      • Hawaiian native character 876, 877, 878
      • Native landowners 872
      • Race question 878
      • Revolution of 1887, causes 877
      • Suffrage, effect of unqualified 876
      • Territorial form of government, desire for 876
  • London loan 656
  • Lottery bill:
  • Lunalillo, King, intrigues at death of 986
  • Lyons, Curtis J., assistant on Hawaiian Government surveys:
    • Interview 879
      • Ahupuäa 887
      • Constitution of 1887:
        • Notable features 879
        • Per cent of white voters under 880
      • Electors, property qualification of 880
      • Hawaiian lands, statement 886
      • Kuleanas 891
      • Land matters in Hawaii 887 895
      • Legislature of 1892 881
      • Mahele 890
      • Mass meetings of January, 1893 885
      • Revolution of 1887, an uprising of the better class of people 879
[Page 1418]

M.

  • McBride, James, U. S. minister to Hawaiian Islands
    • To Secretary Seward—
      • October 9, 1863 134
      • September 16, 1864 137
    • American interests in Hawaii 135
    • Cotton culture 135
    • English influences in Hawaii 134
    • Sugar culture 136
    • U.S. naval depot in Hawaiian Islands 137
  • Macfarlane, E. C.:
    • Affidavit 637
    • Statement—
      • May 9, 1893 896
      • July 13, 1893 1137
      • Cabinet changes, 1892 897, 900
      • Legislature of 1892, classified by political parties 1137
      • Lottery petitions; copy 1140
      • Moneys expended by Hawaiian Government for immigration 1139
      • Taxation, rate of 1139
  • Macfarlane, character of 414
  • Macfarlane cabinet, policy of 860
  • Mahele 890
  • Majority rule 1338, 1369
  • Marcy, W. L., Secretary of State:
    • To Mason, Secretary of Navy, December 16, 1853 106
    • To President Pierce, February 15, 1854 107
    • To Gregg, minister to Hawaiian Islands—
      • No. 6, April 4, 1854 121
      • No. 12, January 31, 1855 133
    • American protectorate of Hawaiian Islands 121
    • Annexation 106
      • Distinguished from protection 122
      • Negotiations, 1854, United States policy 121, 1 2, 133
    • Compensation to royal family 122
    • United States policy 122
  • Marines: (See also Troops).
  • Martial law, proclamation 212
    • declaration of 1393, 1394
    • to prevent application of 1391
  • Mass meeting of January 16, 1893 208, 450, 885, 950, 1033
  • Mass meetings:
  • McCandless, John A., statement, two weeks of Hawaiian history 877
  • McCarthy, C. J., to C. B. Wilson, diagram of position of U. S. troops in Honolulu 1065
  • McCook, Edward:
    • To Stephen H. Phillips, July 29, 1868 145
    • To Secretary Seward—
    • American interests 138
    • Annexation 139
    • Conversation between Mr. De Varigny and the King, September 14, 1869 149
    • Coolie labor 145
    • Reciprocity treaty, negotiations for 140
  • McCurley, Felix, Commander, U. S. Navy:
    • To Secretary of the Navy, August 22, 1890 1174
    • Attempt to abrogate the constitution of 1887 1174
  • Medical aid, Government 776
  • Meeting and petition 1321, 1351
  • Memorial, Dr. G. Trousseau 985
  • Memorials:
    • For annexation 533
    • On the Hawaiian crisis 914
    • Restoration of monarchy 532
  • Memoranda:
    • Arms, ammunition, of Provisional Government, January 17, 1893 1108
    • Request to Provisional Government for restoration of monarchy, submitted 1274
    • Showing movements of U. S. troops in Honolulu 597
    • Willis to Provisional Government, surrender of authority to Queen 1274
  • Men-of-war, crews of 1308
  • Merrill, G. W., U.S. minister:
    • To Secretary Blaine—
    • Attempted insurrection 284
    • Attempted revolution 1889 179
    • Chinese restriction 290
    • Insurrection of 1889 282, 289
    • Landing of U. S. marines 179, 282
    • Meeting of foreign ministers 284
    • Reported attempts to depose King Kalakaua 280
  • Messages:
    • Of the President of United States December 31, 1842, Sandwich Islands and China 39
    • From President Pierce, correspondence between United States and England relative to Sandwich Islands, 1854 107
    • President Lincoln, relative to a proposed reciprocity treaty, United States and Hawaiian Islands, February 5, 1864 136
    • President Harrison—
      • February 6, 1893, in relation to the uncompleted treaty with Hawaii 3
      • February 10, 1893, Hawaii and the United States, from 1820 to 1893 5
      • February 15, 1893, transmitting a treaty of annexation between United States and the Provisional Government of Hawaiian Islands 197
    • President Cleveland—
  • Messages 1325
  • Military subject t o law 1322, 1352
    • forces of Provisional Government 951, 970
  • Militia, Queen’s, strength of. (See Troops, Royalist.)
  • Ministers, foreign, meeting of 284
  • Ministry:
  • Minority representation 1312
  • Missionaries:
    • Catholic, arrival in 1830 747
    • First landing of 745
    • Puritan, arrival in Hawaii, 1820 745
  • Missionary—
    • Element, native distrust of 683
    • Influence in Hawaiian Government 747, 822
    • Party 678
      • 1874 752
      • Desire for Government control 932
    • Reform party, personnel of 948
  • Mob violence, threats to kill the Queen 486
  • Monarchy:
  • Moneys expended by Hawaiian Government for immigration 1139
  • Moore, J. B., Acting Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Merrill, August 12, 1889 288
  • Moreno, Celso-Cesar 648
    • Ministry, fall of 649
  • Mundon, George, interview 901

N.

O.

P.

  • Palace, scandals 674
  • Pardons 1324, 1335
  • Parker, Samuel, ex-cabinet minister:
    • Interview 903, 1342
      • Diplomatic corps meeting 906
      • Hawaiian monarchy, restoration under American protectorate 909
      • Lottery and opium bills, passage of 903, 904
      • Memorandum of visit to Minister Stevens, January 25, 1893 905
      • Native race, decrease in 910
      • New constitution, conference regarding 907
      • Restoration of Queen, Hawaiian sentiment 909
      • To Stevens, January 16, 1893, protest against landing of troops 1056
  • Parker-Peterson ministry 692, 715
  • Paramount Commissioner. (See Blount, James H.)
  • Patriotic League, Hawaiian 491, 911
  • Paulet, Lord George:
    • Letter to governor of Oahu, February 11, 1843 47
    • To King Kamehameha III, February 16, 1843 47
    • February 17, 1843 48, 49
    • February 18, 1843 50
    • Hawaiian Islands, provisional cession of, to England, 1843 52
    • Proclamation of, 1843 52
  • Pearl River Harbor 152, 317
    • Cession of, to United States 171
    • Concession to United States 23
      • British protest against 25
    • Grant of, to United States 23
    • Report on 154 158
  • Perpetual allegiance, doctrine of 1314
  • Peterson, A. P., ex-cabinet minister:
    • Affidavit 524, 631
    • Statement of 932
      • Cabinet changes of 1892 933
      • Constitution, “new,” cabinet opposition to 934
      • Missionary party, desire for Government control 932
      • Royalist Government, surrender 935
  • Peterson and Colburn, affidavit of 524, 631
  • Petitions against annexation 1149
  • Philadelphia, movements of the 1376, 1377
  • Pierce, Franklin, President United States:
    • Message, March 3, 1854, correspondence, Great Britain and United States relative to Sandwich Islands 107
  • Pierce, Henry A.:
    • To Secretary Fish—
      • February 25, 1871 17
      • February 7, 1873 151
      • February 10, 1873 152
      • February 17, 1873 153
      • February 11, 1874 158
      • February 20, 1874 162
      • October 12, 1874 163
    • Annexation 153
    • Election of King Kalakaua 159
    • Pearl River Harbor 152
    • Riot, and landing of U. S. forces in 1874 159
  • Planters Labor Supply Company 978
  • Platform adopted 1380
  • Policy, United States—
  • Political conditions in islands, 1892 183
    • development, extract Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser 537
    • feeling in islands 1892–’93 837, 874
    • parties of 1892 1011, 1137
  • Political situation—
  • Political union 1312
  • Population:
  • Porter, Theo. C., minister of finance, Hawaiian Islands:
    • To Mr. Blount, tabulated statements 1070
      • Acreage on which taxes have been paid 1891–’92, table 1072
      • Crown lands available for lease, sale, or homestead, table 1074
      • Crown lands, summary, 1893 1073
      • Estate of Bernice Pauhi Bishop, summary, table 1074
      • Monthly pay roll of Provisional Government, summary by nationality, table 1075
      • Taxes paid by various nationalities in Hawaiian Islands, 1891–’92, table 1071
      • Summary of Government lands, 1893, table 1072
  • Portuguese labor, importation of 709, 998
    • Population in Hawaiian Islands 540
  • Practical politics under Gibson 654
  • President 1354
  • Press, freedom of the 1321
  • Previous conviction or acquittal 1321, 1351
  • Princess Kekaulike, death of 1164
  • Privilege of accused 1321, 1351
  • Proclamation of committee of safety, text 209
  • Property, security of individual 122
  • Protest against annexation 928
    • the landing of U. S. troops 1034
    • restoration of Queen 1255
    • cession of islands to England 1843 57
    • of Queen Liliuokalani, text 453, 586, 866
    • Queen Liliuokalani to President Harrison, January 18, 1893 219, 232
    • Queen’s reply to, by special Hawaiian commissioners, 1893 236
  • Protection of American interests in Hawaii 1166, 1167, 1395
    • American citizens in foreign countries 1165, 1166
  • Protectorate, American, in 1851:
  • Protocols of uncompleted treaty of 1854, text 616 624
    • treaty of 1875–’76, 167
  • Provisional Government:
  • Public lands, statement of 239
  • Punishments 1358
[Page 1424]

Q.

  • Qualifications of Government officers 1357
  • Queen Liliuokalani:
    • Accession of 26, 341, 672, 857, 1019
    • Aggressions of 691
    • American activity in dethronement 476
    • Attempt to promulgate a new constitution 207, 514, 693, 838, 863, 955
    • Attempted changes of constitution of 1887 581, 857
    • Bad elements surrounding 343
    • Character of 673, 996
    • Collusion of Mr. Stevens and revolutionist’s to overthrow 594
    • Deportation of, discussed 528, 530
    • Dethronement of 27, 911
    • Disregard of the constitution of 1887 962
    • English influences about 374
    • First official acts 674
    • Influence of Marshal Wilson 27, 362
    • Interviews with Mr. Blount 461
    • Letter to S. M. Damon, January 31, 1893 1059
    • Memorials for 532
    • Offered protection at U. S. legation 1242
    • Personnel of first cabinet 347
    • Prisoner 1396
    • Protest of 453, 586, 866
      • to President Harrison January, 1893 219, 232
    • Refusal of amnesty to members of Provisional Government. 458, 1242, 1263
    • Reluctance to sign the constitution of 1887 857, 1019
    • Resources of 238
    • Restoration of 458, 1190, 1255, 1298
    • Restoration, conditions to 458, 464, 1191
    • Revolutionary policy of 197
    • Rumors of assassination 486
    • Special advisers. 1224, 1243, 1260
    • Speech at Opening of Legislature, 1892 359
    • Statement of 856
      • Accession to throne of Hawaii 857
      • Constitution of 1887, objections to signing 857
      • Constitution, new—
        • Desire to proclaim 863
        • Refusal of cabinet to support 864
      • Dominis, Hon. J. O., death of 858
      • Kalakaua, death of 857
      • Letter to President Harrison, January 19, 1893 867
        • President-elect Cleveland, January 31, 1893 867
      • Macfarlane ministry, policy of 860
      • Monarchy, overthrow of, a missionary project 868
      • Neumann, Paul, appointment as special envoy to United States 868
      • Opium and lottery bills, passage of 862
      • Provisional Government, establishment of 866
      • Protest to S. B. Dole and others 866, 1342
      • Reform ministry, political measures 861
      • Reform party, policy of 859
      • Stevens, annexation schemes of 862, 868
      • Surrender to U. S. forces 869
      • Troops, United States, landing of 865
      • Wilson, C. B., character of 859
    • Struggle between Legislature and 361
    • Surrender of 457, 508, 522, 586, 739, 768, 869, 935
    • Treachery of 672
    • Troops, strength of 640, 642, 944, 1009, 1039
    • Troops surrendered 62
    • Wilson scandal 534, 556, 674, 735, 743, 839
    • Visit to U. S. flagship at Honolulu 355
  • Queen’s ministers:
    • Statement to Mr. Blount 547
      • To Mr. Stevens 529
  • Quinn, J. C:
    • Statement 1066
      • Location of U. S. troops in Honolulu 1066
  • Quorums 1326, 1358
[Page 1425]

R.

  • Race feeling between whites and natives 690, 711, 782, 878, 954
  • Reciprocity:
    • President Johnson on 146
    • Treaty of 1889 292
    • Treaty of 1875 647, 917
    • Treaty, unperfected negotiations, 1867 140
    • Treaty of 1875, effect on sugar culture 974
    • With Hawaiian Islands, advantages 293
  • Reform League 661
  • Registration of voters 1332, 1378
  • Religious affiliations of natives 600
  • Receipts, expenditures, public debt, table 261
  • Removals 1324
  • Report of special commissioners of the Provisional Government of Hawaii:
    • To Secretary Foster, February 3, 1893 224
    • Commissions of 234
    • Committee of safety, report 226
    • Credential letters of 233
    • Outline of conditions for a treaty between United States and Hawaiian Government 235
    • of collector of customs, Hawaiian Islands, 1890 317
    • on Pearl River Harbor 154 158
    • Proclamation, Queen’s ministers, “by authority”, 228
    • Provisional Government:
      • Principal facts in relation to establishment of 224
      • Recognition of, by representatives of foreign countries, text 228 232
    • Protest of Queen to President of United States, reply to statements in 236
  • Representatives, House of 1329, 1359
  • Republic, the 1352, 1372
  • Responsibilities of the cabinet 1325, 1356
  • “Retrospect, a:” A sketch of events culminating in revolution of 1887 793 804
  • Resolutions of Annexation Club, 1893 1059
  • Restoration of the monarchy 1189 1191, 1255, 1298
    • Citizens protest against 1255
    • Decision of the President of the United States submitted to Provisional Government 1274
    • Information requested as to United States policy 1257, 1274
    • Interview of Mr. Thurston with Secretary Gresham on 1304
    • Mass meeting to protest against 1247
    • Message of President Cleveland on 1288
    • Queen’s acceptance of conditions 1269
    • Rumors of 1246
    • The overthrow of Constitutional Government 1243
  • Restoration of Queen Liliuokalani:
  • Revenues and expenditures for biennial periods, 1878–1880 to 1890–1892, table 260
  • Review of the relationship of the Hawaiian Kingdom to the United States, 1881 1157
  • Revolt 1396
  • Revolution, 1874, landing of U. S. troops 159
  • Revolutionary contingencies, instructions asked by U.S. minister 354
  • Rice, Wm. Hyde, ex-governor of Kauai, interview 937
  • Richard, sentence of 1396
  • Right of trial 1321, 1351
  • Rights of person and property 1320, 1322, 1350
  • Riot of 1874 646
    • U. S. naval forces in 159
  • Rives, W. C, U. S. minister to Paris:
    • To Secretary Webster—
      • September 12, 1850 88
      • July 8, 1851 98
      • July 22, 1851 103
      • October 30, 1851 104
    • French policy toward Hawaiian Islands 104
    • Preservation of independence of Hawaiian Islands 103
  • Robertson, J. W., chamberlain to Queen Liliuokalani:
    • To Mr. Blount, June 23, 1893 1110
    • Landing of U. S. troops 1110
  • Rooney, P. M., affidavit 641
  • Ross, John:
    • Affidavit 641
    • Landing of U. S. forces 641
  • Rosa, Antone:
    • Interview 939
      • Constitution of 1887, voting qualifications under 940
      • Provisional Government—
        • Native sentiment toward 943
        • Mr. Stevens’s recognition of 943
      • Troops, U. S., location in Honolulu 945
        • Royalist, surrender of 944
      • Wilcox revolution of 1889 939
  • Royalists:
  • Rumors of attack on Government building 435

S.

  • Sailors, liberty of 1308
  • Samoan embassy, 1887 659
  • Sandwich Islands. (See Hawaiian Islands.)
  • Scandal, palace 674
  • Schofield, John M., major-general, U. S. Army 154 158
    • Report on Pearl River Harbor 154
  • School, education 776
  • Scott, M. M., principal of Fort-street school:
    • Interview 946
      • Cabinet, Wilcox-Jones 947
      • Cabinet changes, 1892 947
      • Committee of safety, organization of 950
      • Constitution, “new,” refusal of cabinet to sign 949
      • Kanaka leaders 953
      • Lottery bill, passage of 953
      • Mass meeting of January 16, 1893 950
      • Missionary reform party, personnel of 948
      • Race feeling 954
      • Troops of the Provisional Government 951
  • Search and arrest, security from 1322, 1352
  • Senate, members of the 1328, 1359
  • Senators, qualifications of 1328, 1359
  • Severance, Luther:
    • To Secretary Webster—
      • March 11, 1851 89
      • March 12, 1851 91
      • March 17, 1851 93
      • March 20, 1851 95
      • March 21, 1851 96
    • Annexation 89, 90
    • British jealousy of American influence 91
    • French-Hawaiian troubles, 1851 89
    • Desire for American protectorate, 1851 91, 92
    • Importance of Hawaiian Islands to United States 94
  • Seward, W. H., U. S. Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. McBride—
      • January 14, 1864 137
    • To Mr. McCook—
      • October 5, 1867 143
      • July 13, 1867 140
      • September 12, 1867 144
    • To Mr. Spalding, July 5, 1868 144
    • Annexation as preferred to reciprocity 143, 144
  • Seward, W. T., affidavit 634
  • Shipping 265
  • Skerret, J. S., Admiral U. S. Navy:
    • To Mr. Blount—
    • Location of U. S. troops in Honolulu 538
    • Lowering American flag 474
  • Slavery 1321, 1351
  • Smith, J. Mott:
    • Appointment to negotiate a treaty with United States 1060
    • To Secretary Foster, official dispatch from President Dole, February 3, 1893. 222
  • Smith, W. O., member committee of safety:
    • Statement 955
      • Advisory committee, selection of 957
      • Attempt of the Queen to promulgate a constitution 955
      • Committee of safety, organization of 961
      • Conference, cabinet and committee of safety 967
      • Neutrality of U. S. troops 964
      • New constitution, refusal of cabinet to sign 958
      • Provisional Government, organization of 963
      • Queen, disregard of the constitution 962
      • Resignation of German consul from the committee of safety 964
      • Stevens’s recognition of Provisional Government 969
      • U. S. troops, request for protection of 962
  • Social conditions 825
  • Soley, S. R., Acting Secretary of Navy:
    • To Mr. Blaine, August 14, 1890 1173
  • Soper, Col. J. H.:
    • To Mr. Blount, June 20, 1893, memorandum of arms and ammunition in hands of the Provisional Government January 17, 1893 1108
    • Guns and ammunition of the Provisional Government 970
    • Time of Stevens’s recognition of the Provisional Government 972
    • Troops, volunteer, number of 971
  • Sorcery 774
  • Spalding, Z.S.:
    • To Spalding, April 14, 1869 146
  • Speech of chairman of committee of American League 434
  • Speech of L. A. Thurston in Hawaiian Legislature, 1890 323
  • Special commission, Hawaiian, to United States, appointment of 219
  • Special commissioner. (See Jas. H. Blount.)
  • Spreckels, Clans:
    • Interview 980
      • Annexation, native sentiment on 976
        • sugar planters on 975
      • Arable lands of Hawaiian Islands 974
      • Committee of safety, sugar interests of 977, 978
      • Contract-labor system 973 981
      • Planters’ Labor Supply Company 978
      • Provisional Government, stability of 979
      • Sugar culture under reciprocity treaty, 1876 974
    • Advent of 647
    • Bank charter 653
    • Interview with Blount 481
  • Statement of Alexander, W. D 663
  • Station for submarine telegraph cable 1375 1390
  • Statistics, Hawaiian Islands:
    • A. Census 256
    • B. Hawaiian real and personal property 256
    • C. School statistics 257
    • D. Public debt 258
    • E. Sugar estates 259
    • F. Taxes 260
    • G. Revenues and expenditures 260
    • H. Receipts, expenditures, public debt 261
    • I. Imports 262
    • J. Exports 263
    • K. Imports and exports by countries 264
    • L. Annual value of imports and exports 264
    • M. Shipping 265
  • Stevens, John L., U. S. minister to Hawaiian Islands:
    • To Secretary Blaine—
      • No. l, July 12, 1889 280
      • No. 2, September 25, 1889 291
      • No. 3, October 7, 1889 292
      • No. 6, October 17, 1889 295
      • No. 7, October 18, 1889 296
      • No. 10, November 4, 1889 297
      • No. 11, November 14, 1889 299
      • No. 17, February 7, 1890 301
      • No. 18, February 10, 1890 303
      • No. 19, February 22, 1890 343
      • No. 20, March 20, 1890 315
      • No. 24, May 20, 1890 319
      • No. 25, May 28, 1890 321
      • No. 26, June 9, 1890 322
      • No. 27, June 26, 1890 332
      • No. 30, August 19, 1890 333
      • No. 2, September 17, 1890 335
      • No. 3, September 25, 1890 336
      • No. 7, October 22, 1890 337
      • No. 8, November 14, 1890 338
      • No. 9, November 20, 1890 339
      • No. 16, February 5, 1891 340
      • No. 18, February 9, 1891 341
      • No. 19, February 16, 1891 342
      • No. 21, March 26, 1891 346
      • No. 23, April 4, 1891 347
      • No. 30, August 20, 1891 348
      • No. 31, September 3, 1891 349
      • No. 32, September 5, 1891 350
      • No. 34, October 15, 1891 352
      • No. 46, February 8, 1892. 181, 353
      • No. 48, March 8, 1892 182, 354
      • No. 50, March 19, 1892 355
      • No. 52, April 2, 1892 356
      • No. 56, May 21, 1892 357
      • No. 57, June 11, 1892 359
    • To Governor Cleghorn, January 17, 1893 359
    • To President Dole, January 17, 1893 607
    • To Secretary Foster—
      • No. 64, September 9, 1892 360
      • No. 65, September 14, 1892 361
      • No. 71, October 19, 1892 362
      • No. 72, October 31, 1892 185
      • No. 73, November 8, 1892 376
      • No. 74, November 20, 1892 188, 377
      • No. 75, November 28, 1892 384
      • No. 79, January 18, 1893 207 218, 386
      • No. 80, January 19, 1893 397
      • No. 81, January 26, 1893 398
      • No. 82, February 1, 1893 242, 400
      • No. 83, February 1, 1893 402
      • No. 84, February 1, 1893 403
      • No. 85, February 8, 1893 405
      • No. 86, February 27, 1893 409
      • No. 87, February 27, 1893 410
      • No. 88, March 1, 1893 411
    • To W. M. Gifford, January 16, 1893 1057
    • To Secretary Gresham—
      • No. 91, March 7, 1893 414
      • No. 92, March 15, 1893 415
      • No. 93, March 24, 1893 416
      • No. 94, April 4, 1893 419
      • No. 96, May 18, 1893 421
    • To Parker, January 17, 1893 1058
    • To Walker, January 16, 1893 1057
    • To Capt. Wiltse, February 1, 1893 404
    • To Assistant Secretary Wharton, July 23, 1891 357
    • Address to the Queen upon her accession 1020
    • Agency in overthrow of the monarchy 448, 455, 457, 922
    • American flag, request for raising of 404
    • American interests in Hawaiian Islands 315
    • Annexation 181, 195, 353
    • Antimonarchical, sentiments of 1024
    • Appointment of the Jones-Wilcox cabinet 376
      • J. Mott Smith to negotiate a treaty with the United States 352
      • C. B. Wilson to be marshal of the Kingdom 358
      • special commissioners from Provisional Government to United States 220, 397
    • Arrest of Ashford et al. for treason 357
    • Attempt of Queen to promulgate a new constitution 207
    • Attitude on the annexation scheme 448, 766
      • toward the revolutionary movement 520
      • Provisional Government 637
    • Blount, Commissioner Paramount, arrival in Honolulu 419
    • British cruiser Garnet, arrival of 410
    • Business status in 1892 194, 382
    • Commercial and naval importance of the Hawaiian Islands 190
    • Committee of safety, request of U. S. minister for United States protection 208
    • Conspiracy to overthrow Queen 594
    • Credentials presented to the Hawaiian Government 291, 335
    • Deadlock between Queen and Legislature 361
    • Dominis, Governor J. O., death of 349
    • English influences near the Queen 186, 374
    • English minister, efforts to influence Japanese against Provisional Government 411, 413
      • enmity to the Provisional Government and Americans 410
    • Free sugar, policy of United States 350
    • Government of the islands 191
    • Hawaiian Islands, importance to United States 351
    • Honolulu as a coaling station 337
    • Instructions asked in case of revolution, 1892 354
    • Insurrection of 1889, leaders 295
    • Insult to American minister in the “Bulletin” 362
    • Interference of 868
    • Japanese ambition in Hawaiian affairs 416
      • annexation 416
      • commissioner, interview with 417
    • Kalakaua—
      • Death of 340
      • Resolutions on death of 341
    • Legislators, election of, in 1890 301
    • Legislature, 1890 338
      • Appropriations of 338
    • Liliuokalani proclaimed Queen 341
    • Lottery and opium ring 207
    • Macfarlane, E. C., character of 414
    • Mass meeting of January 16, 1893 208
    • Martial law proclaimed 212
    • Native population 316
    • Neumann, Paul, character of 398
    • Overthrow of the monarchy 385
    • Pearl River Harbor 316
    • Political situation in—
    • Proclamation of–
      • Committee of safety, text 209
        • read at Government building, text 217
      • Protectorate, United States—
      • Provisional Government—
        • Call for arms, text 212
        • Establishment of 206
        • Personnel 208
        • Recognition 209
        • Request for United States protection, text 405
        • to U. S. minister for recognition, text 211
      • Queen, speech to populace 207
        • elements surrounding 343
        • first cabinet, personnel of 347
        • influence of Wilson with 362
        • visit to American flagship 355
      • Queen’s special commissioners to the United States character of 402
      • Reciprocity 292
      • Recognition of Provisional Government, hour of 526, 561, 590, 593, 605, 639, 943, 972, 1037
      • Reply to Governor Cleghorn 1059
      • Resignation as U. S. minister 413
      • Revolution of 1893, reasons for 207
      • Statement of social and political conditions of the Hawaiian Islands 188, 377
      • Sugar interest, bounty system 320
      • Support of revolutionary movement 520, 1045
      • Sympathy with annexation element 506, 896, 984
      • Tokio ring, contract labor importing 418
      • Treaty relations with the United States, 1892 353
      • Trial of Wilcox and others for treason 297
      • Troops, United States, location in Honolulu 1057
      • War ships, American, at Honolulu 348
  • Submarine cable 1375, 1378 1390
  • Succession of the President 1326
  • Sugar culture 135, 916, 974
  • Sugar interests:
    • Hawaiian Islands 320, 599
    • Of committee of safety 977
    • Tabulated statement of nationality and capital invested in 1081 1105
    • Plantations—
      • Corporations, amount of investments and nationality of stockholders, table 1082
      • Plantation and planting interests not incorporated, table 1081
  • Suffrage:
  • Supreme court of Hawaiian Islands 829, 1357
  • Swinburne, W. T., Lieut. Commander, U. S. Navy, statement to Mr. Blount 523

T.

  • Tables:
    • Acreage on which taxes were paid, 1891–’92 1072
    • Census 256
      • Official, of 1890 596
    • Classification of nationality and sex, by occupation 545
      • by social condition, education, etc 546
    • Crown lands, available for lease, sale, or homestead 1074
    • Duties collected, 1883–1892 1105
    • Estate of lands, Bernice Pauhi Bishop 1074
    • Hawaiian corporations, other than sugar plantations 1110 1136
      • sugar plantations and interests, not incorporated 1081
      • sugar-plantation corporations, amount of investment and nationality of stockholders 1082
    • Imports 262
    • Imports and exports by countries 264
      • annual value of 264
    • Lands, approximate division of 1106
    • Monthly pay roll of Provisional Government, by nationality 1075
    • Nationality and number of naturalizations from 1876 to 1892 1080
    • Number of U. S. troops landed and returned to U. S. S. Boston 741
    • Sugar interests and plantations, nationality and capital invested 1081, 1107
    • Summary of Government lands for 1893 1072
    • Taxes paid by various nationalities in Hawaiian Islands, 1891–’92 1071
    • Total area of land commission awards 1106
  • Taxation:
    • Rate of 1139, 1162
    • Foregn capital and property 1162
  • Taxes 260, 542
  • Tax frauds 990
  • Taxing and appropriating power 1322, 1352
  • Ten Eyck, A.:
    • To Mr. Buchanan, September 3, 1849 70
    • To Commodore Jones, August 31, 1849 72
    • French seizure of Hawaiian Islands 70, 72
  • Territorial extension:
    • President Cleveland on 445
    • Hawaiian protest against Great Britain and France 23
  • Territorial Government 876
  • Territory of the Republic 1322, 1352
  • Thomas, Richard, admiral English navy, disavowal of seizure of Hawaiian Islands, 1843 58
  • Thrum, T. G., statement to Mr. Blount, summary of capital invested in sugar interests 1080 1105
  • Thurston, Lorin A., Hawaiian minister to United States:
    • To A. Rosa 477
    • To Colburn 479
    • To Secretary Gresham 437 442, 1394
      • Claims of Provisional Government submitted 437 442
      • Annexation 478, 479
      • Hawaiian history, application to present issues 303 307
      • Insurrection in Honolulu 1394
      • Speech delivered in Hawaiian Legislature, 1890 323
  • Tokio ring, contract-labor importing 418
  • Tracy, B. F., Secretary of the Navy:
    • To Secretary Blaine—
    • To Secretary Foster—
      • January 28, 1893 221
      • February 3, 1893 223
      • February 11, 1893 240
    • Protectorate, American 240
  • Treason:
    • Arrest of Ashford, Wilcox, etc., for 357
    • Punishment of 1243
  • Treaties 1325, 1369
  • Treaty:
    • 1839. France and Sandwich Islands 37, 38
    • 1846. France and Sandwich Islands 68
    • 1846. Denmark and Sandwich Islands 12
    • 1836. Great Britain, of Lord Edward Russell 37
    • 1844. Great Britain and Sandwich Islands 65
    • 1852. Great Britain and Hawaiian Islands 21
    • 1826. United States and Sandwich Islands, text 8, 35
    • 1850. United States and Sandwich Islands 13, 79 85
    • 1854. Uncompleted, United States and Sandwich Islands 127, 607
      • correspondence in relation to extracts from letters 624 630
      • negotiations for 610
      • procrastination and failure of 611
      • protocols of 616 624
    • 1867. Uncompleted 140
    • 1875. Reciprocity, United States and Sandwich Islands 20, 571, 647, 917
      • Text 164 167
      • Protocols of 167
      • “Most favored nation” clause 1153
      • A review of its commercial results 974
      • General results of 974
    • Supplementary, United States and Sandwich Islands; concluded, 1884, proclaimed, 1887, text 170
    • Pearl River Harbor cession, text 171
    • Parcels post convention between United States and Hawaiian Kingdom, 1889, text 172 178
  • Treaty relations in Hawaiian Legislature, 1892 353
  • Treaty, 1893 235
    • Uncompleted, of United States and Hawaiian Islands, text 202
    • Outlines of 235
    • Negotiations 1210
  • Tromelin, L., admiral French Navy:
    • To U. S. Consul Turrell—
      • August 23, 1849 74
      • August 25, 1849 76
    • French seizure of Sandwich Islands 74
  • Troops:
  • Trousseau, Dr. G.:
    • Statement to—
      • Mr. Blount 983
      • Mr. Nordhoff 984
      • American capital invested in the Hawaiian Islands 995
      • Character of Queen Liliuokalani 996
      • Gibson administration- 988
      • “Hawaii for the Hawaiians” 988
      • Intrigues at the death of King Lunalillo 986
      • Kalakaua, election of 987
      • Landing of United States troops 984
      • Lottery, uses of 990
      • Opium smuggling 990
      • Revolution of 1887 989
      • Stevens’s sympathy with the revolutionists 991
      • Tax frauds 990
  • Turrell, J., U. S. consul to Honolulu:
    • To Secretary Clayton, September 4, 1849 73
    • French seizure of Hawaiian Islands 73
    • To Admiral Tromelin—
      • August 24, 1849 75
      • August 27, 1849 77
    • Protest against seizure of the islands 75 77
    • To R. C. Wyllie, August 25, 1849 78
  • Tyler, John, President of the United States, message on Sandwich Islands and China, December 31, 1842 39

U.

V.

W.

  • Waikiki beach, uprising at 1393
  • Walker, T. B., sentence of 1396
  • Walker, Rear-Admiral, dispatch from 1376, 1377
  • Warships, American, in Hawaiian waters, need of 348, 442, 1171, 1172, 1395
  • Waterhouse, Henry:
    • Interview 513
      • Bribery 514
      • Committee of Safety, organization 514
        • request for protection of U. S. troops 518
      • Incendiary talk 517
      • Opium bill 515
      • Provisional Government, reading of proclamation of 519
      • Queen’s attempt to promulgate a new constitution 514
      • Stevens, Minister, sympathy with revolutionary movement 520
  • Webster, Daniel, Secretary of State:
    • To Mr. Brown, Commissioner to Sandwich Islands, March 15, 1843 60
    • To Mr. Eyerett, March 23, 1843 110
    • To Hawaiian Commissioners, December 19, 1842 44
    • To Mr. Rives, June 19, 1851 97
    • To Mr. Severence, July 14, 1851 99
    • French seizure of Hawaiian Islands 97
    • Policy of United States 60
      • in the French-Hawaiian troubles 99
    • Preservation of Hawaiian independence 100
  • Wells, artesian 60
  • Wells, C. B.:
    • Interview 997
      • Annexation 999
        • effect on land values 1000
      • Australian ballot system 999
      • Chinese as voters 1000
      • Japanese as voters 999
        • laborers, character of 997
      • Portuguese laborers, character of 998
  • Wharton, W. F., Acting Secretary of State:
  • Widemann, Judge H. A.:
    • Interview 1001
      • Conference of Queen and cabinet January 17, 1893 1002
      • Legislature of 1892–’93, reform party in 1003
  • Wiley, John, case of 66
  • Wilcox, Robert W.:
    • Interview 1005
      • Appropriations for contract labor, 1874 to 1890 1064
      • Armament of the Royalist forces 1061
      • Armed forces of Queen, surrendered 1009
      • Cabinet changes in 1892 1011
      • Constitution of 1887, voting qualifications under 1009, 1010
      • Constitution, new, elements favorable to 1014
      • Elections in 1892, influence of white population in 1012
      • Legislature of 1892, prorogation of 1006
      • Political parties, 1892 1011
      • Revolution of 1889, object 1015
      • Royalist mass meeting, 1893 1007
      • Troops, United States, landing of 1007
    • To Mr. Blount—
    • Political record of 670
    • Trial of, for conspiracy, 1889 297
  • Wilcox insurrection 178, 918, 763, 939, 1393
  • Wilcox-Jones cabinet 376, 947
  • Wilcox-Brown ministry 1026
  • Willis, Albert S., U. S. minister to Hawaiian Islands:
    • To Mr. Dole—
    • To Mr. Hatch, July 5, 1894 1374
    • To Secretary Gresham—
      • No. 1, November 6, 1893 430 432
      • No. 2, November 11, 1893 432
      • November 16, 1893 434
      • No. 3, November 16, 1893 1241
      • No. 4, November 16, 1893 434
      • No. 5, November 18, 1893 435
      • No. 6, November 19, 1893 1244
      • No. 7, December 1, 1893 1244
      • December 4, 1893 442
      • No. 8, December 5, 1893 1246
      • No. 9, December 5, 1893 1257
      • No. 10, December 9, 1893 1257
      • No. 11, December 14, 1893 1261
      • No. 12, December 14, 1893 1261
      • No. 13, December 14, 1893 1262
      • No. 14, December 18, 1893 1262
      • No. 15, December 19, 1893 1266
      • No. 16, December 20, 1893 1269
      • No. 17, December 20, 1893 1270
      • No. 20, December 26, 1893 1285
      • No. 21, January 4, 1894 1293
      • No. 20½, January 5, 1894 1286
      • No. 22, January 6, 1894 1293
      • No. 23, January 6, 1894 1294
      • No. 24, January 6, 1894 1294 1299
      • No. 27, January 12, 1894 1302
      • No. 28, January 16, 1894 1303
      • No. 29, January 16, 1894 1304
      • No. 30, January 19, 1894 1194
      • No. 31, January 19, 1894 1209
      • No. 32, February 2, 1894 1224
      • No. 33, January 20, 1894 1224
      • No. 34, February 3, 1894 1225
      • No. 35, February 10, 1894 1227
      • No. 36, February 14, 1894 1228
      • No. 37, February 15, 1894 1237
      • No. 38, March 2, 1894 1307
      • No. 43, March 24, 1894 1311
      • No. 44, March 24, 1894 1312
      • No. 45, March 24, 1894 1312
      • No. 47, April 5, 1894 1313
      • No. 51, April 14, 1894 1316
      • No. 57, May 31, 1894 1319
      • No. 61, June 23, 1894 1341
      • No. 64, July 8, 1894 1343
      • September 29, 1894 1377
      • October 13, 1894 1378
      • October 19, 1894 1378
      • November 2, 1894 1386
      • December 3, 1894 1386
      • February 8, 1895 1391
      • No. 75, November 10, 1894 1392
      • No. 81, January 11, 1895 1393
      • January 30, 1895 1396
    • Blount’s connection with the Spreckels cane presentation 1244
    • Brief résumé of official actions, in Honolulu to December 20, 1893 1270
    • Celebration of first anniversary of Provisional Government, refusal of foreign representatives to assist in 1304
    • Celebration of July 4, 1343
    • Chinese mass meeting, February 14, 1894 1237
    • Constitution of Provisional Government, proposed changes in 1228
    • Constitutional convention, to provide for a 1311, 1313
      • election of delegates to 1317
    • Dole letter of December 27, criticism of President Cleveland’s message 1286
    • Explanation asked of the Dole criticism of the President of United States 1289
    • Foreign warships in Hawaiian waters 442
    • Interview with the Queen, November 13, 1893, at U. S. legation 1241
      • December 18, 1893, conditions of restoration 1266
      • and J. O. Carter 1263
    • Interview with C. B. Wilson 1257
    • Japanese suffrage question, importance of 1247, 1320
    • Memorandum, decision of the President of the United States in relation to restoration of Queen submitted to the Provisional Government 1274
    • Memorial Day 1320
    • Oath for voters 1313
    • Provisional Government:
      • Celebration of first anniversary, refusal of foreign diplomats to participate in 1303
      • Preparations for defense 1246
      • Refusal to surrender to Queen 1275
    • Queen, offered protection at the U. S. legation 1242
      • refusal of conditions to restoration 1242, 1263
      • the Wilson list of special advisers to 1224
    • Queen, restoration of:
      • Decision of President Cleveland in relation to, submitted to Provisional Government 1273
      • Mr. Thurston’s interview with the Secretary of State on 1304
      • Liliuokalani, acceptance of conditions 1269
      • Overthrow of Constitutional Government 1243
  • Wilson, Charles B., marshal of Hawaiian Kingdom:
    • Affidavits 525, 642
    • Statement 1018
      • Constitution of 1887, Queen’s reluctance to sign 1019
        • new, native petitions for 1027
      • Mass meetings of January 16, 1893 1033
      • Proclamation of Provisional Government 1037
      • Protest against landing of U. S. troops 1034, 1038
      • Queen, accession of 1019
      • Queen’s troops, armament of 1030
      • Revolution of 1893, causes 1018
      • Revolutionary proceedings of the committee of safety 1028
      • Steamship Campbell, shipwreck of 1021
      • Stevens’s address to the Queen on her accession 1020
        • interest in the conspiracy to overthrow the monarchy 1025
        • antimonarchical sentiments 1024
        • recognition of the Provisional Government, hour of 1038
      • Surrender of Royalist troops. 643, 1039
      • U. S. troops, landing of 1034
      • Wilcox-Brown cabinet 1026
    • Appointment of 358
    • Character of 675, 859
    • Influence with Queen 534, 674, 735, 743, 839
  • Wiltse, G. C., Capt., U. S. Navy:
    • To the Secretary of the Navy—
      • October 12, 1892 184
      • October 20, 1892 185
      • November 1, 1892 187
      • November 9, 1892 188
      • January 28, 1893 221
    • Annexation 185
  • Wodehouse, Major 1376
  • Wundenberg, F.:
    • Interview 556, 1041
      • Native objection to the constitution of 1887 1041
      • Report to Mr. Blount 492
      • Stevens’s support of revolutionary movement 1043
  • Wyllie, R. C.:
    • To J. Turrell, August 25, 1849 77
    • French seizure of Hawaiian Islands 77

Y.

  • Young, Lucien, Lieut., U. S. Navy, to Blount, July 16, 1893 1139