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“Sumter.” Correspondence. Great Britain and United States. Case of

Sumter". ........ ...., 1860-1862. 173
Correspondence. United States and Netherlands. Case of
Sumter.".

1861. 137
SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Correspondence with Great Britain. Affairs of

Schleswig and Holstein ....1861. 809
Treaty with Hanover, &c. Redemption of Stade

Toll........Hanover, 19th, 22nd June, 1861. 27
Protocols. Do.

Hanover, 19th, 22nd June, 1861. 32
SWITZERLAND. Declaration with France. Export of Salt.

Paris, 25th March, 1861. 683
Decree (French). Publication of Declaration of 25th

March, 1861. Export of Salt.

Paris, 27th March, 1861. 683
Syria. Contention. Great Britain and Turkey, &c. Prolonged Occupa-

tion of Syria ... Paris, 19th March, 1861. 9
Protocols of Conferences. Great Britain and Turkey, &c. Armed

Intervention of European Powers.
Restoration of Tranquillity in Syria.

Paris, August, 1860—May, 1861. 278
...... of Meetings between Commissioners of Great Britain

and Turkey, &c. Disturbances in Syria.

Beyrout, October, 1860-May, 1861. 293

T.

Tahiti. Speech of Queen. Opening of Legislative Assembly.

Papeeti, 3rd May, 1860. 1293
TARIFF. Imports and Exports. Belgium and France ........ 1st May, 1861. 708

China and France ..27th June, 1858. 654
China and Prussia, &c.

2nd September, 1861. 1258
Taylor, Mr. Correspondence. Great Britain and Sardinia. Prosecution

by Authorities in Island of Elba of a
British subject (Mr. G. G. Watson
Taylor) for alleged Act of Sedition.
Plunder of Island of Monte Christo, be.
longing to Mr. Taylor, by Followers of
General Garibaldi, in British Steamer
Orwell"

..1860, 1861. 748
TELEGRAPH. Convention. Great Britain and Turkey. Malta and Alex.

andria ....... Constantinople, 21st April, 1861. 5
Teleki, Count. Correspondence. Great Britain and Saxony. Sur.

render by Saxony of Count Téleki
to Austrian Government.

1860, 1861. 270
TENNESSEE. Convention with Confederate States. Union ...May, 1861. 902
Declaration. Independence, Dissolution of Union with
United States .....

May, 1861. 903
Ordinance. Adoption of Constitution of Provisional Govern-

ment of Confederate States of America.
See also UNITED STATES.

May, 1861. 903
[1860-61. LI.]

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Texas. Ordinance. Dissolution of Union with United States of America.
See also UNITED STATES.

Austin, 1st February, 1861. 897
THURINGIA, Treaty with China, &c. Friendship. Commerce. Naviga.

tion ........ Tien-Tsin, 2nd September, 1861. 1248
Tinto RIVER. Contract. Honduras and North American " Agricultural

and Navigation Company.Navigation of
River Tinto, &c.

Comayagua, 22nd February, 1859.907
Decree (Honduras). Promulgation of Do.

Comayagua, 20th February, 1860. 907
TREATIES, CONVENTIONS, &c., between Great Britain and FOREIGN

POWERS. See GREAT BRITAIN.
Treaties, CONVENTIONS, &c. between Foreign POWERs, viz. :—with

Argentine Confederation and Buenos Ayres. Treaty.
Union

.Paraná, 6th June, 1860. 904
Austria and Saxony. Agreement. Extradition of

Political and other Criminals.

Dresden, 28th December, 1854. 277
Belgium and France. Treaty. Commerce.

Paris, 1st May, 1861. 698
(Do.)

Convention. Navigation.

Paris, 1st May, 1861. 735
Belgium and Hanover. Convention. Stade Toll.

Hanover, 18th February, 1861. 844
Belgium and Mexico. Treaty. Friendship. Com-

merce. Navigation.

Mexico, 20th July, 1861. 1148
Belgium and Turkey. Treaty. Commerce. Navi.

gation.

Constantinople, 10th October, 1861. 1156
Brazil and France. Convention. Consular.

Rio de Janeiro, 10th December, 1860. 676
Chile and France. Convention. Extradition.

Santiago, 11th April, 1960. 694
China and France. Treaty. Friendship. Com.

merce. Navigation.

Tien-Tsin, 27th June, 1858. 637
Separate Articles.

Tien. Tsin, 27th June, 1858. 651
Tariff of Imports and Exports. 654

Commercial Regulations.
Tien-Tsin, 24th November, 1858. 662
Additional Convention. Peace.
Friendship. Indemnities.

Pekin, 25th October, 1860. 665
China and Prussia, &c. Treaty. Friendship. Com.

merce. Navigation.
Tien-Tsin, 2nd September

, 1861. 1249
Tariff of Imports and Exports. 1258

Commercial Regulations ....
France and Monaco. Treaty. Cession of Mentone

and Roquebrune to France.

Paris, 2nd February, 1861. 673

(Do.)

1266

merce.

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Treaties, ConventioNS, &c., between Foreign Powers, contd. viz. :-

.:-with
France and Sardinia. Convention. Boundaries.

Turin, 7th March, 1861. 685
France and Switzerland. Declaration. Export of

Salt.

Paris, 25th March, 1861. 683
France and Turkey. Treaty. Commerce.

Constantinople, 29th April, 1861. 742
Greece and Persia. Treaty. Friendship. Com-

Navigation.
Constantinople, fth October, 1861. 533
Hanover and Austria, &c. Treaty. Stade Toll.

Hanover, 22nd June, 1861. 27

Protocols.

Hanover, 22nd June, 1861. 32
Hanover and United States. Treaty. Stade Toll.

Berlin, 6th November, 1861. 490
Mexico and Spain. Treaty. Friendship.

Paris, 26th September, 1859. 926
Merico and Yucatan, Agreement. Re-incorpora.

tion of Yucatan with Merico.

Mexico, 14th December, 1843. 1271
Morocco and Spain. Treaty. Peace. Amity.

Tetuan, 26th April, 1860. 928
Turkey and Austria, &c. Convention. Prolonged

Occupation of Syria.

Paris, 19th March, 1861 9
Tripoli. Correspondence with Great Britain. Slave Trade.. .1860. 966
“ TROPIC Wind." Judicial Decision. United States. Violation of Blockade.

13th June, 1861. 207
TURKEY. Correspondence with Great Britain. Slave Trade 1860. 966
Notification (British). Turkish Blockade of Albania.

London, 22nd April, 1861. 529
Protocol of Conference between Great Britain, Austria, France,

Prussia, Russia, and Turkey. Administration of
the Lebanon....

Pera, 9th June, 1861. 287
Protocols of Conferences with Great Britain, Austria, France,

Prussia, Russia, and Turkey. Armed Intervention
of European Powers. Restoration of Tranquillity in
Syria

Paris, August, 1860—May, 1861. 278
of Meetings between Commissioners of Great Britain,
Austria, France, Prussia, Russia, and Turkey. Dis-
turbances in Syria.

Beyrout, October, 1860—May, 1861. 293
TREATIES &c., with FOREIGN POWERS, viz.; - with
Belgium. Treaty. Commerce. Navigation.

Constantinople, 10th October, 1861. 1156
France. Treaty. Commerce.

Constantinople, 29th April, 1861. 742
Great Britain. Convention, Telegraph between

Malta and Alexandria.
Constantinople, 21st April, 1861. 5

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TURKEY. TREATIES, &c., with FOREIGN POWERS, continued, viz. :-with
Great Britain. Treaty. Commerce. Navigation.

Kanlidja, 29th April, 1861. 10
Great Britain, &c. Convention. Prolonged Occu-

pation of Syria.

Paris, 19th March, 1861. 9

U.

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United States. Act of Congress. Prohibition of Slave Trade.

16th June, 1860. 1093
of Congress. Collection of Duties on Imports, &c.

12th July, 1861. 213
.... .. of Congress. For Protection of Commerce of United
States, and for Punishment of Crime of Piracy.

5th August, 1861. 231
of Confederate States. Prohibiting the Export of
Cotton, except through Southern Seaports.

21st May, 1861. 200
Articles of Confederation. United States.

Philadelphia, 9th July, 1778. 850
Circular. Vessels attempting to carry Munitions of War
to Seceded States.

Washington, 2nd May, 1861. 196
Prohibition against Export of Merchandize
from Seceded States.

Washington, 12th June, 1861. 204
Seizure of Property belonging to Citizens of
Seceded States.

Washington, 21st September, 1861. 239
Seizure of Ships under Act of 12th July,

1861 .... Washington, 12th November, 1861. 260
Constitution. United States ..17th September, 1787. 858

Amendments to Do................. 1791–1804. 868
Provisional Government- of Confederate
States of America.

Montgomery, 8th February, 1861. 871
Confederate States of America,

Montgomery, 11th March, 1861. 879
Convention. Virginia and Confederate States of America.

Union .Richmond, 24th April, 1861. 899
Tennessee and Confederate States of America.
Union........

.May, 1861. 902
See also ORDINANCE,
Correspondence with Austria, Belgium, Chile, Denmark,

France, Hawaiian Islands, Italy, Ne-
therlands, Portugal, Prussia, Russia,
and Spain. Civil War in America.
Non-Recognition of so-called Confede.
rate States. Maritime Rights in time
of War. Privateering. Neutral Trade.

1861. 65

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UNITED STATES. Correspondence with Great Britain. Free Navigation of

the River St. John, under Article III
of Treaty of 9th August, 1842.

1844, 1845. 934
with Great Britain. Slave Trade.

1860. 967
with Great Britain. Civil War in

United States. Proposed Recognition
of the so-called Confederate States.
Non-Reception by Great Britain of
Commissioners from Southern States.
Proceedings of Confederate Agents in
Canada. Enlistment in Canada of
Men to Serve in The United States'
Army. Arbitrary Arrest of British
Subjects (Messrs. Patrick

and
Rahming). Pursuit of Deserters from
United States into Canadian Territory.
Reception of Confederate Vessels in
British Ports. Privateering. Block-
ade of Southern Ports. Neutrality of
Great Britain. Non-admission of
Armed Vessels or Privateers with
Prizes into British Ports. Cases of the
Peerless," Winifred," " Peter
Marcy," Tropic Wind,and
Sumter"

1860-1862. 173
with Netherlands. Admission of Prira.

teers of the so-called Confederate States
into Dutch Colonial Ports. Case of
the “ Sumter".

.... 1861. 137
with Yucatan. Independence of Yucatan.

Neutrality in War between United
States and Merico. Offer of Sove.
reignty of Yucatan to l'nited States.

1847, 1848. 1184
Declaration. Independence of the 13 United States of
America.....

..4th July, 1776. 847
(French). Neutrality during Civil War in

United States.

Paris, 10th June, 1861. 1137
(Tennessee). Independence. Ordinance dis-

solving Federal Relation be.
tween State of Tennessee and
United States of America.

May, 1861. 903
See also ORDINANCE.
Decree (Spain). Neutrality during Civil War in United
States Madrid, 7th June, 1861.

97
Letter (Great Britain). Neutrality in Civil War in

North America,

Ist, May, 1861. 182

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