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Case of Captain C. U. O'Connell, arrested on charge of complicity with the Fenians. Application of certain ship-owners of New York to the British government to have light-houses erected in the Caribbean sea. 1306 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 25 Publication of volume containing Alabama Seward.

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1323 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 19
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Enclosing communication from Kathleen M.
Meany in behalf of her father.

12 Reply to Lord Stanley's review of Mr. Sew-
ard's despatch, No. 1835, concerning the
so-called Alabama claims.

12 Appreciative of Mr. Adams's suggestion as to
settling the litigation in the matter of Fra-
ser, Trenholm & Co.

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1951

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Mar. 25 1343 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 27 Seward. 1952 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 28

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A procession of the working classes in Lon-
don and intended compliment to the Amer-
ican minister.

2 Opinion of Sir R. P. Collier, late solicitor
general, on the confederate cotton loan.
Division in the cabinet on the reform bill, and
resignation of several members thereof.
Establishment by the British government of
light-houses at the entrance of the Carib-
bean sea.

Another attempt at insurrection in Ireland
Presentation of the bill for the extension of
the franchise.

Instructions have been sent to Mr. Dudley to
supersede Mr. Morse in the case of Fraser,
Trenholm & Co.

Case of Captain O'Connell..

Reform question in parliamentary representa-
tion.

Respecting the pursuit of hostile Indians in
portions of British America in order to pro-
tect the emigrant road from Minnesota to
Montana.

Instructed to appeal from Wood's judgment
in Wagner case.

Case of John H. Rogers, imprisoned in
Mountjoy prison at or near Dublin.
Bill for the extension of the franchise

Condition of affairs between this government
and that of Great Britain. Naturalized citi-
zens and so-called Alabama claims.
Instruction addressed to Mr. Burlingame,
United States minister in China, relative
to French regulations at Shanghai.

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1965 Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams.

1357 Mr. Adams to Mr. Seward.

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GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

1975 Mr. Seward to Mr.
Adams.

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Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward.
1981 Mr. Seward to Mr.
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1984

Date.

1369 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward.
1986 Mr. Seward to Mr.
Adams.

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Mr. Seward to Mr. May
Adams.

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1996 Mr. F. W. Seward
to Mr. Adams.
1993 Mr. Seward to Mr.
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1370 Mr. Adams to Mr. May 21
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Juné 4

Subject.

Circular relative to diplomatic uniform
Value of United States securities affected by
the threatening state of the relations between
France and Prussia relative to the Luxem-
bourg question.

2 No present prospect of an agreement upon the
said claims, and the controversy thus to
remain open indefinitely.

3 Notifying receipt of balance due on the first
instalment of Japanese indemnity.

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Action of the ministry on the measure for
extending the franchise. Right of the
people to assemble in Hyde Park.
Uncertainty as to the continuance of peace
in Europe.

Result of the conference of the great powers
upon the case of the Duchy of Luxembourg.
Instruction in the cases of United States citi-
zens tried for treason in Ireland.
Transmitting depositions in case of William
Jackson, under sentence of death for treason
in Ireland.

Cases of United States citizens under trial for
offences committed in Ireland.

The limitation upon the arbitration of the
Alabama claims, proposed by Lord Stanley,
not to be acceded to.

Case of John H. Rogers..
The enfranchising measure of the govern-
ment carried.

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Application for writ of error in case of John
McCafferty. Cases of Burke and McClure.
Has declined to incur further responsibility for
the costs in the case of McCafferty.
June 4 Enclosing letter from James A. Hamilton in
behalf of John McClure, arrested in Ireland.
Instruction to remonstrate against the export
duty of 20 per cent. levied in New Bruns-
wick upon lumber, the produce of the State
of Maine.

June 10

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As to Mr. Rangabe, minister from Greece

Adjournment of Parliament. Attempted

assassination of the Emperor of Russia.

Position taken by the Queen.

Speech of the Chancellor of the Exchequer
on the reform question.

Arbitration of the Alabama claims. Lord

Stanley's views.

Instruction to Mr. Dickinson relative to a
question between Great Britain and Nica-
ragua.

Diplomatic uniforms

Case of John McClure..

Case of Augustine E. Costello..

Case of Owen Dwyer. Consul West's pro-
ceedings towards his release.

Transmitting copy of the Queen's speech on
the prorogation of Parliament.
Cases of Warren and Nagle
Cases of Warren and Nagle..
Case of Stephen J. Meany
Extension of the suffrage in England

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Oct. 12 Cases of Warren and Nagle.

Cases of Warren and Nagle.

Mr. F. W. Seward Oct.

Oct.

"Rover," wrecked on Formosa

Oct. 19

Cases of Warren and Nagle

Oct. 23 Rights of American citizens in Great Britain.

Oct. 26 Cases of Warren and Nagle.

Oct. 31 Cases of Warren and Nagle.

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Cases of Warren and Nagle......

Nov. 2 Death of Sir F. Bruce. Interview with Lord
Stanley relative to a successor. Effect
upon questions at issue.

Trial of persons implicated in the disturbance
at Manchester. Remarks. Cases of War-
ren and Nagle.

Cases of Nagle and Warren.

Utterance of counterfeit United States notes
at Hull, England.

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Efforts of British officers for the rescue of the
crew of the "Rover," wrecked on Formosa.

Death of Sir Frederick Bruce

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