Index.

A.

  • Abeles, Siegfried: military-service case in Austria-Hungary 10
  • Abolition of Italian immigration bureau at Ellis Island 406
  • Admission of proprietary medicines into Turkey: prohibition of 1086
  • “Adventure:” complaint of Lake & Co. as to right to store certain goods on his vessel, the Adventure, in Japan 425
  • Agreement:
    • protocol of, between United States and Spain, embodying terms of a basis for the establishment of peace 828
    • reciprocal commercial, between the United States and France 292
  • Alaskan Relief Expedition: passage of, through Canadian territory 358
  • American fruit: restriction of, in Austria-Hungary 32
  • American interests:
    • in Cuba and Spain during war with Spain: British representation of 966
    • protection by British consul-general at Tabriz of 356
    • protection by British vice-consul at Van of 355
  • Appeal for money and supplies for relief of suffering in Cuba. (See Relief of suffering in Cuba.)
  • Applications for passports (Russia) 533
  • Arbitration: Chile-Argentine boundary dispute 2
  • Argentine-Chile boundary dispute 1 179
  • Argentine Republic: settlement of claim of Thomas Jefferson Page v 4
  • Arrest of Rev. M. Bagdasarian in Persia 518
  • Assassination of the Empress of Austria 35
  • Asylum in legations (Bolivia) 171
  • Austria-Hungary:
    • assassination of Empress of 35
    • killing of subjects of, at Lattimer, Pa 46 146
    • military-service cases—
      • Abeles, Siegfried 10
      • Guerra, Anton 16
      • Gutman, Ignatz 37
      • Hornik, Peter 15
      • Meller, Herman 23
  • Autonomy: decree to establish, in Cuba. (See Political situation in Cuba.)
  • Award:
    • Bering claims, settlement of 371
    • Cerruti v. Colombia 245 403

B.

  • Bagdasarian, Rev. M.: arrest and release of, in Persia 518
  • Bancroft, U. S. S.: firing on, at Smyrna 1113
  • Belgium: importation of meats into 162
  • Bering claims award: settlement of 371
  • Birthday of Queen of England: celebration of, at Tampa, Fla., participation of British war vessel in 363
  • Blockade:
    • entrance of neutral men of-war into blockaded ports during war with Spain 1159
    • instructions of Navy Department to blockading vessels and cruisers 780
    • of Creter: raising of 384
    • of north coast of Cuba: President’s proclamation 769
    • of south coast of Cuba: President’s proclamation 773
  • Boundary-dispute: Chile-Argentine 1 179
  • British—
    • carrying trade in Hawaii 382
    • interests: protection of, by American consul at La Guaira 379
    • occupation of Chinese ports 190
    • representation of American interests in Cuba and Spain during war with Spain 966
    • war vessels in Cuban waters during war with Spain 974

C.

  • Campbell, Bernard: claim v. Haiti 397
  • Canadian copyright 365
  • Carrying trade, British, in Hawaii 382
  • Celebration at Tampa, Fla., of birthday of Queen of England: participation of British war vessel 363
  • Central America, United States of: dissolution of 172
  • Cerruti award, v. Colombia 245 403
  • Chiang Pei Ting, China: riot at 191
  • Chile-Argentine boundary dispute 1 179
  • China: state of affairs in 217
  • Chinese—
    • Born in the United States: citizenship of 200
    • Ports: occupation of, by British 190
  • Chung King, China: conference of missionaries at 204
  • Citizenship of Chinese born in the United States 200
  • Claim:
    • Campbell, Bernard, v. Haiti 397
    • Page, Thomas Jefferson, v. Argentine Republic: settlement of 4
    • Thurston, Henry W., v. Dominican Republic (Ozama Bridge) 274
  • Claims award, Bering: settlement of 371
  • Coaling—
    • of Spanish fleet at Perim: reported intention of, during war with Spain 983
    • of U. S. S. Helena at Bermuda and Gibraltar during war with Spain 1004
  • Columbia: Cerruti award against 245 403
  • Commercial agreement, reciprocal, between the United States and France 292
  • Competitor: pardon of crew of, by Spain 1022
  • Complaint of Lake & Co. as to right to store certain goods on his vessel, the Adventure, in Japan 425
  • Condolence, messages of, in matter of the destruction of the U. S. S. Maine 1046
  • Conference:
    • of missionaries at Chung King, China 204
    • peace, international 540
  • Conseiller: as to designating the first secretary of embassy in Russia as 531
  • Consular inspection of emigrants in Italy 411
  • Consuls, Hawaiian 385
  • Contributions of Americans in England to Red Cross fund 1002
  • Convention: Japanse-Russian, concerning Korea 473
  • Copyright, Canadian 365
  • Council of state in Korea; rules for 473
  • Counterfeiting of trade-mark labels in Japan 464
  • Countervailing duties on sugars 373
  • Courtesies to United States vessels at Hongkong 1002
  • Court, Italian: presentations at 410
  • Crete: raising of blockade of 384
  • Cuban affairs: message of the President 750
  • Cubans imprisoned in Spain 1003
  • Cuba:

D.

  • Death—
    • of Mr. Gladstone 370
    • of Mr. Ramsden, formerly British consul at Santiago de Cuba 380
    • of Mr. Rawson-Walker, formerly British consul at Manila 375
  • Decrees:
    • and proclamations of neutrality during war with Spain 841
    • war, of Spain 774
  • Desecration of flag:
    • laws in Austria-Hungary relating to 30
    • laws in Belgium relating to 157
    • laws in Germany relating to 346
    • laws in Italy relating to 409
  • Destruction of the U. S. S. Maine in Habana Harbor 1024
  • Dick, John Baker: military service case in Uruguay 1121
  • Discriminating taxes upon foreign merchants, clerks, etc., in Haiti 387
  • Dissolution of the United States of Central America 172
  • Dominican Republic: claim (Ozama Bridge) of Henry W. Thurston v 274
  • Dragoman of a consular agency in Turkey: judgment of a court against 1109
  • Dupuy de Lome, Señor Don Enrique, Spanish minister at Washington: retirement of 1007
  • Duties, countervailing, on sugar 373

E.

  • Ellis Island: abolition of Italian immigration bureau at 406
  • Emigrants: consular inspection of, in Italy 411
  • Emperor, title of: assumed by King of Korea 484
  • Empress Dowager of China: reception by, of wives of foreign ministers at Pekin 223
  • Empress of Austria: assassination of 35
  • Erzerum, Turkey: exequatur for United States consul at 1113
  • Evidence of citizenship required in issue of passports 363
  • Exequatur for United States consul at Erzerum, Turkey 1113
  • Expedition, Alaskan Relief: passage of, through Canadian territory 358
  • Export of silk from Japan 438
  • Expulsion of Mormon missionaries (Germany) 347
  • Extradition of Inez Ruiz requested by Mexico 491

F.

  • Firing upon U. S. S. Bancroft at Smyrna 1113
  • First secretary of embassy in Russia: as to designation of, as conseiller 531
  • Flag, American: respect shown in Great Britain to 380
  • Flag desecration:
    • laws in Austria-Hungary relating to 30
    • laws in Belgium relating to 157
    • laws in Germany relating to 346
    • laws in Italy relating to 409
  • Fleet, Spanish, at Port Said, during war with Spain 983
  • Foreign Israelites in Palestine: sojourn of 1086
  • Foreign ministers: reception given to wives, of by the Empress Dowager of China 223
  • Foreign settlements in Korea 475
  • France: reciprocal commercial agreement between the United States and 292
  • French occupation of Kwangchau Bay, China 191
  • Fresh meats: importation of, into Italy 405
  • Fruit of the United States in Germany 307
  • Funds for relief of American citizens in Habana during war with Spain 998

G.

  • Geneva Convention: adoption by the United States of the additional articles of the, as a modus vivendi during the hostilities with Spain 1148
  • German occupation of Kiaochou 187
  • Germany: fruit of the United States in 307
  • Gladstone, Mr.: death of 370
  • Great Britain:
    • Argentine-Chile boundary dispute submitted to the arbitration of Her Majesty the Queen of 2
    • adhesion to Postal Union 385
  • Great Lakes: passage of United States revenue cutters to the Atlantic from the 968
  • Guard, marine, at legation at Pekin 225
  • Guerra, Anton: military-service case in Austria-Hungary 16
  • Gutman, Iscnatz: military-service case in Austria-Hungary 37
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H.

  • Haiti:
    • claim of Bernard Campbell v 397
    • discriminating taxes on foreign merchants, clerks, etc 387
  • Habana: report that British cruiser brought Spanish officials from, during war with Spain 1000
  • Hawaii:
    • British carrying trade in 382
    • clearance of vessels of, under American flag 5
    • consuls of 385
  • Helena, U. S. S.: coaling of, at Gibraltar and Bermuda, during war with Spain 1004
  • Hobson, Constructor, et al: prisoners at Santiago de Cuba, during war with Spain 981
  • Hongkong: courtesies to United States vessels at 1002
  • Hongkong-Manila cable: closing and reopening of 976
  • Hornik, Peter: military-service case in Austria-Hungary 15
  • Hostilities between the United States and Spain: suspension of 830
  • Hunan: residence of missionaries in 210

I.

  • Ill treatment in Venezuela of Felipe Scandella, an American citizen 1137
  • Importation—
    • of fresh meats into Italy 405
    • of meats into Belgium 162
  • Immigrants, Italian: protection of 406
  • Immigration bureau, Italian, at Ellis Island: abolition of 406
  • Inauguration of Queen Wilhelmina, of the Netherlands 512
  • Inspection—
    • consular, of emigrants in Italy 411
    • of pork in Italy 418
  • Interior travel in Turkey: permits for 1095
  • International—
    • peace conference 540
    • postal congress: circulars to United States legations 1177
  • Israelites, foreign: sojourn of, in Palestine 1086
  • Italian—
    • court: presentations at 410
    • immigrants: protection of 406
    • immigration bureau at Ellis Island: abolition of 406
  • Italy: importation of fresh meats into 405

J.

  • Japanese-Russian convention concerning Korea 473
  • Judgment of a court against a dragoman of a consular agency in Turkey 1109

K.

  • Kiaochou: occupation of, by Germany 187
  • Killing of Austro-Hungarian subjects at Lattimer, Pa 46
    • report of investigation held by Austro-Hungarian Government 46
    • reports of sheriff of Luzerne County, Brig. Gen. J. P. S. Gobin, and Gen. Thomas J. Stewart 68
    • report of trial of sheriff and deputies, made by the Hon Henry M. Hoyt, Assistant Attorney-General of the United States 82
    • memorandum of Hon. Henry M. Hoyt, Assistant Attorney-General of the United States 97
    • brief of Mr. R. D. Coxe, of counsel for the Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Government 117
    • justice of claim for indemnity denied by the Department of State 152
  • King of Korea: assumption of title of Emperor by 484
  • Kwangchau Bay, China: occupation of, by French 191
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L.

  • La Guayra: protection of British interests by American consul at 379
  • Lake & Co.: complaint of, as to right to store certain goods on his vessel, the Adventure, in Japan 425
  • Land in Japan: tax on 433
  • Lattimer, Pa.: killing of Austro-Hungarian subjects at 46
  • Legation at Pekin: marine guard at 225

M.

  • Maine, U. S. S.: destruction of, in Habana Harbor 1024
    • summary of report of United States Board of Inquiry 1036
    • extract from the report of the Spanish commission 1044
  • Malaga: outrage on the United States consulate at 1079
  • Manila-Hongkong cable: closing and reopening of 976
  • Manila: services of Mr. Rawson-Walker, British consul at 375
  • Marine guard at the legation at Pekin 225
  • Maritime law: proclamation of the President declaring policy of the United States 772
  • Massacre of missionaries at Sierra Leone 367
  • Meats:
    • importation of, into Belgium 162
    • importation of fresh, into Italy 405
  • Medicine:
    • practice of, by women in Japan 434
    • practice of, in Turkey: regulations governing the 1101
    • proprietary: prohibition of admission of, into Turkey 1086
  • Meller, Herman: military service case in Austria-Hungary 23
  • Message of the President: Cuban affairs 750
  • Messages of condolence in matter of destruction of the U. S. S. Maine 1046
  • Military service cases:
    • in Austria-Hungary:
      • Abeles, Seigfried 10
      • Guerra, Anton 16
      • Gutman, Ignatz 37
      • Hornik, Peter 15
      • Meller, Herman 23
    • in Uruguay:
  • Missionaries:
    • conference of, at Chung King, China 204
    • expulsion of Mormon (Germany) 347
    • massacre of, at Sierra Leone 367
    • protection of, in China 208
    • protection of property of American, by British consul at Habana 987
    • residence of, in Hunan 210
  • Modus vivendi during hostilities with Spain; adoption by the United States of the additional articles of the Geneva Convention as a 1148
  • Mormons:
    • expulsion of missionaries (Germany) 347
    • protection of agents in Turkey 1112

N.

  • Naturalization of Turkish subjects 1108
  • Negotiations, preliminary, for peace between the United States and Spain 819
  • Neutrality:
    • entrance of neutral men-of-war into blockaded ports during war with Spain 1159
    • proclamations and decrees of, during war with Spain 841
    • ships and cargoes, neutral, during war with Spain 970
    • United States, neutrality of. (See Political situation in Cuba.)
  • Notice to Persia of existence of war with Spain 975
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O.

  • Occupation—
    • of Chinese ports by British 190
    • of Kiaochou, China, by Germany 187
    • of Kwangchau Bay, China, by French 191
    • of Port Arthur and Talien Wan by Russia 182
  • Outrage on the United States consulate at Malaga 1079
  • Ozama Bridge: claim of Henry W. Thurston v. Dominican Republic 274

P.

  • Page, Thomas Jefferson: claim v. Argentine Republic, settlement of 4
  • Palestine:
    • real estate in: purchase of, by foreign Jews 1103
    • sojourn of foreign Jews in 1086
  • Passports:
    • and railway construction in Talien Wan 533
    • applications for, to embassy in Russia 533
    • evidence of citizenship required 363
    • foreigners entering Port Arthur at Talien Wan must have them viséed by Russian consul 183
    • of Spanish minister: handed to Señor Polo de Bernabe 765
  • Peace:
    • Conference, International 540
      • proposition of Russian Government to hold 541
      • second circular of Russian Government 551
    • Preliminary negotiations for, between United States and Spain 819
      • message of Queen Regent of Spain to the President of the United States 819
      • terms that will be accepted by United States 820
      • terms of peace: acceptance by Spain of certain conditions 822
      • draft of protocol embodying terms of peace 824
      • protocol of agreement between the United States and Spain, embodying terms for the establishment of peace 828
      • suspension of hostilities: President’s proclamation 830
    • United States commissioners at Paris, 1898, correspondence with 904
      • instructions to commissioners 904
      • treaty signed 965
    • Treaty of, between the United States and Spain 831
  • Perim: reported intention of Spanish fleet to coal at, during war with Spain 983
  • Permits for interior travel in Turkey 1095
  • Persia, notice to, of existence of war with Spain 975
  • Political:
    • situation in Cuba 558
      • instructions to Mr. Woodford stating views of the President 558
      • reply of Spanish Government to offer of good offices 582
      • Sagasta’s manifesto 592
      • neutrality of the United States, and views of this Government as to Spanish policy 603
      • autonomy: decree to extend Spanish constitution over Cuba, fix electoral laws, and establish autonomy 617
    • situation in Uruguay 1121
  • Pork inspection in Italy 418
  • Port Arthur and Talien Wan: Russian occupation of 182
  • Port Said: Spanish fleet at, during war with Spain 983
  • Postal Union: adhesion of Great Britain to 385
  • Practice of medicine by women in Japan 434
  • Preliminary negotiations for peace between the United States and Spain 819
  • Presentations at Italian court 410
  • President, message of, relative to Cuban affairs 750
  • Prisoners:
    • American: Constructor Hobson et al., at Santiago de Cuba, during war with Spain 981
    • Cuban, in Spain 1003
    • Spanish, return to Spain of 989
  • Privateering during war with Spain 970
  • Privateer, Spanish, reported to be in Canadian waters during war with Spain 984
  • Proclamations and decrees of neutrality during war with Spain 841
  • Prohibition of admission of proprietary medicines into Turkey 1086
  • Proprietary medicines, prohibition of admission of, into Turkey 1086
  • Protection—
    • of American interests by British consul-general at Tabriz 356
    • of American interests by British vice-consul at Van 355
    • of British interests by American consul at La Guaira 379
    • of Italian immigrants 406
    • of missionaries in China 208
    • of missionary property (American) by British consul at Havana 987
    • of Mormon agents in Turkey 1112
    • of Spanish subjects and interests in United States by the diplomatic and consular representatives of France and Austria-Hungary during war with Spain 785
  • Protests against the treaty between the United States and Japan 450
  • Protocol of agreement between the United States and Spain, embodying terms of a basis for the establishment of peace 828

R.

  • Railway construction and passports in Talien Wan 533
  • Raising of blockade of Crete 384
  • Ramsden, Mr., formerly British consul at Santiago de Cuba, death of 380
  • Real estate in Palestine, purchase of, by foreign Jews 1103
  • Reception by Empress Dowager of China of wives of foreign ministers at Pekin 223
  • Reciprocal commercial agreement between the United States and France 292
  • Reconcentrados: Weyler’s proclamation and Blanco’s order suppressing reconcentration. (See Relief of suffering in Cuba.)
  • Red Cross: circular and papers relating to the adoption by the United States of the additional articles of the Geneva convention as a modus vivendi during the hostilities with Spain 1148
  • Red Cross fund, contributions of Americans, in England to 1002
  • Regulations governing the practice of medicine in Turkey 1101
  • Release of Rev. M. Bagdasarian in Persia 518
  • Relief:
    • Alaskan expedition, passage of, through Canadian territory 358
    • of American citizens in Habana during war with Spain, funds for 998
    • of suffering in Cuba 655
      • appeal for money and supplies 655
      • Blanco’s order suppressing reconcentration 738
      • Weyler’s reconcentrado proclamation of 1896 739
      • Blanco’s proclamation suspending hostilities 750
      • joint resolution of Congress for the recognition of the independence of Cuba 763
      • passports handed to Senor Polo de Bernabe, Spanish minister at Washington 765
  • Repatriation of Spanish prisoners 989
  • Report that British cruiser brought Spanish officials from Habana during war with Spain 1000
  • Residence of missionaries in Hunan 210
  • Retirement of Señor Don Enrique Dupuy de Lome, Spanish minister at Washington 1007
    • Letter from Señor Dupuy de Lome to Señor Don Jose Canalejas reflectinging upon the attitude of the President in Cuban affairs 1007
  • Revenue cutters, United States, passage of, from Great Lakes to Atlantic during war with Spain 968
  • Riot at Chiang Pei Ting, China 191
  • Ruiz, Inez, request by Mexico for extradition of 491
  • Rules for council of state in Korea 473
  • Russian-Japanese convention concerning Korea 473
  • Russian occupation of Port Arthur and Palien Wan 182

S.

  • Sagasta manifesto. (See Political situation in Cuba.)
  • San Jose scale on fruit of the United States imported into Germany 307
  • Santiago, occupation of; orders of War Department 783
  • Santiago de Cuba, death and services of Mr. Ramsden, formerly British consul at 380
  • Scandella, Felipe, ill-treatment of, in Venezuela 1137
  • Services—
    • of Mr. Ramsden, formerly British consul at Santiago de Cuba 380
    • of Mr. Rawson-Walker, British consul at Manila 375
  • Settlement of Bering claims award 371
  • Settlements, foreign, in Korea 475
  • Sierra Leone, massacre of missionaries at 367
  • Silk, export of, from Japan 438
  • Smyrna, firing upon U. S. S. Bancroft at 1113
  • Sojourn of foreign Israelites in Palestine 1086
  • Somers, U. S. torpedo boat, permission to depart from British port during war with Spain 1006
  • Spain, war with 769
  • State of affairs in China 217
  • Suez Canal, passage of war ships through 982
  • Suffering in Cuba, relief of 655
  • Sugar, countervailing duties on 373
  • Suspension of hostilities between the United States and Spain 830

T.

  • Tabriz: protection of American interests by British consul-general at 356
  • Talien Wan: railway construction and passports in 533
  • Talien Wan and Port Arthur: Russian occupation of 182
  • Tampa, Fla., celebration of birthday of Queen of England: participation of British war vessel 363
  • Taxes:
    • discriminating, upon foreign merchants, clerks, etc., in Haiti 387
    • On land in Japan 433
  • Thurston, Henry W.: claim (Ozama Bridge) v. Dominican Republic 274
  • Title of Emperor assumed by King of Korea 484
  • Torpedo boat Somers, U. S.: permission to depart from British port during war with Spain 1006
  • Trade-mark labels: counterfeiting of, in Japan 464
  • Treaty—
    • between Turkey and Greece (peace) 1118
    • between United States and Japan; protests against 450
    • between United States and Spain (1795): discussion of, during the war with Spain 970
    • between the United States and Spain (peace) 831
  • Turkish subjects: naturalization of 1108

U.

  • United States of Central America: dissolution of 172
  • Uruguay: military service case of John Baker Dick 1121

V.

  • Van: protection of American interests by British vice-consul at 355
  • Vessels:
    • complaint of Lake & Co. as to right to store certain goods on the Adventure, in Japan 425
    • Hawaiian: clearance of, under American flag 5
    • United States: courtesies to, at Hongkong 1002
  • Volunteers:
    • call for: President’s proclamation 770
    • second call for: President’s proclamation 773

W.

  • Walker, Rawson: British consul at Manila, services and death of 375
  • War decrees of Spain 774
  • War ships:
    • British, in Cuban waters during war with Spain 974
    • passage of, through Suez Canal 982
  • War with Spain 769
    • blockade of north coast of Cuba: President’s proclamation 769
    • blockade of south coast of Cuba: President’s proclamation 773
    • blockading vessels and cruisers: instructions of Navy Department to 783
    • call for volunteers: President’s proclamation 770
    • call for volunteers, second: President’s proclamation 773
    • circulars to United States representatives abroad 1169
    • maritime law: proclamation of President declaring policy of the United States 772
    • Santiago de Cuba: occupation of; orders of War Department 783
    • Venezuela: correspondence with, relative to war 1129
    • war decrees of Spain 774
  • Wilhelmina, Queen of the Netherlands; inauguration of 512
  • Wives of foreign ministers at Pekin received by the Empress Dowager of China 223
  • Women: practice of medicine by, in Japan 434