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UNITED States. Letter (Great Britain.) Neutrality in Contest between

United States and so-called
Confederate States. Non.
admission of Armed Vessels
or Privateers with Prizes,
into Ports of United Kingdom,
or into British Colonial Ports.

1st June, 1861. 196
Do.

Do. ........31st January, 1862. 265
Judicial Decision. Case of the Tropic Wind.Viola-

tion of Blockade... 13th June, 1861. 207
Message of President. State of Yucatan.

Washington, 29th April, 1848. 1225
Do. Capture of the Slaver Wildfire,"

off Coast of Cuba, by “Mohawk."

Washington, 19th May, 1860. 1085
Do. Opening of Congress.

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Washington, 3rd December, 1861. 1313
Ordinance (Alabama). Dissolution of Union between

State of Alabama and other
States, united under the Com.
pact, entitled The Constitu-
tion of The United States of

America."

Montgomery, 11th January, 1861. 895
(Arkansas). Dissolution of Union between

State of Arkansas and other
States united under the Com.
pact, entitled The Constitu.
tion of The United States of

America." 6th May, 1861. 900
(Florida). Dissolution of Union between the

State of Florida and other
States uniled under the Com-
pact, entitled The Constitu-
tion of The United States of
America."

Tallahassee, 7th January, 1861. 893
(Georgia). Dissolution of Union between the

State of Georgia and other
States United under the Com-
pact, entitled The Constitu.
tion of The United States of

America."

Milledgeville, 19th January, 1861. 896
(Louisianu). Dissolution of Union between

State of Louisiana and other
States united under the Com.
pact, entitled

* The Constitu.
tion of The United States of

America."
Baton Rouge, 26th January, 1861. 896

" The

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UNITED STATES. Ordinance (Mississippi). Dissolution of Union between

State of Mississippi and other
States United under the Com.
pact, entitled The Constitu-
tion of The United States of
America."

Jackson, 9th January, 1861. 894
(North Carolina). Dissolution of Union be-

tween State of North Carolina
and other States, united under
the Compact, entitled
Constitution of The United
States of America."

Raleigh, 20th May, 1861. 901
(Do.) Adoption of Constitution of Pro.

visional Government of Confede.
rate States of America.

Raleigh, 20th May, 1861. 902
(South Carolina.) Dissolution of Union between

State of South Carolina, and
other States, united under the
Compact, entitled The Consti.
tution of The United States of

America."

Columbia, 20th December, 1860. 893
(Tennessee.) Adoption of Constitution of Pro-

visional Government of Confede.
rate States of America.

May, 1861. 903
See also CONVENTION. DECLARATION.
(Texas). Dissolution of Union between State

of Texas and other States,
united under the Compact,
entitled The Constitution of
The United States of America."

Austin, 1st February, 1861. 897
(Virginia). Repeal of Ratification of Con.

stitution of The United States
of America, by State of Vir.
ginia. Resumption of Rights
and Powers granted under said
Constitution.

Richmond, 17th April, 1861. 898
See also CONVENTION.
Proclamation of President. Calling out Militia to sup-

press Combinations in certain States of
the Union (South Carolina, Georgia, Ala.
bama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana,
and Texas).

Washington, 15th April, 1861. 268
of President (Confederate States). Letters
of Marque

17th April, 1861. 183

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UNITED STATES. Proclamation of President. Blockade of Ports of

Confederates (South Carolina, Georgia,
Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Missis.

sippi, and Texas) 19th April, 1861. 185
of Do. Blockade of Ports of Virginia
and North Carolina.

Washington, 27th April, 1861. 269
of Do. Prohibition of Commercial In.

tercourse with Seceded States (Georgia,
South Carolina, Virginia, North Caro.
lina, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana,
Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Flo-
rida)..

16th August, 1861. 234
(British). Neutrality in Contest between

United States and so-called
Confederate States of America.

London, 13th May, 1861. 165
(Hawaiian Islands). Neutrality in War

between United States and 80-
called Confederate States.

Kialua, 26th August, 1861. 136
Resolution of Congress of Confederate States. Defining

Position of Confederate States in respect to
certain Points of Maritime Law.

13th August, 1861. 257
TREATIES, &c. with FOREIGN POWERS, viz. :-with
Hanover. Treaty. Abolition of Stade or

Brunshausen Dues.

Berlin, 6th November, 1861. 490
TREATIES, &c. with Nations and TRIBES of INDIANS,

viz. :-
Arapahoes. Treaty. Cession.

Fort Wise, 18th February, 1861. 500
Cheyennes. Treaty. Cession.

Fort Wise, 18th February, 1861. 500
Delawares. Treaty. Division of Lands.

Sarcoxieville, 30th May, 1860. 493
Do. Treaty. Construction of Railway.

Leavenworth, 2nd July, 1861. 507
Pottawatomies.. Treaty. Cession.

Pottawatomie, 15th November, 1861. 517
Sioux. Resolutions. Right and Title of

Sioux Indians to Lands on Min-

nesota River ....27th June, 1860. 499
URUGUAY, Message of President. Opening of Chambers.

Monte Video, 15th February, 1860. 1300

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VENEZUELA. Message of Vice-President. Opening of Congress.

Caracas, 12th April, 1860. 1305

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VIRGINIA. Convention with Confederate Statcs. Union.

Richmond, 24th April, 1861. 899
Ordinance. Dissolution of Union with United States of
America

Richmond, 17th April, 1861. 898
Proclamation (United States). Blockade of Ports of Virginia.

Washington, 27th April, 1861. 269

W.

Waldeck AND PYRMONT. Treaty with China, &c. Friendship. Com

merce. Navigation.

Tien-Tsin, 2nd September, 1861. 1248
WAR. See Civil War. MARITIME Rights.
“WILDFIRE.” Message. (United States). Capture of SlaverWildfire"

on Coast of Cuba.

Washington, 19th May, 1860. 1085
“WINIFRED." Correspondence. Great Britain and United States. Case

of the “ Winifred. ....1860-1862. 173
WURTEMBERG. Treaty with China, &c. Friendship. Commerce. Navi-

tion.... Tien-Tsin, 2nd September, 1861. 1248

T.

YUCATAN. Address of Congress to the People. Constitution of 1841.

Merida, 31st March, 1841. 1111
Agreement with Mexico. Re-Incorporation of Yucatan with

Mexican Republic.

Mexico, 14th December, 1843. 1271
Constitution of the State

..Merida, 31st March, 1841. 1113
Correspondence with The United States. Independence of Yu-

catan. Neutrality of that State in War
between The United States and Mexico.
Offer of Sovereignty of Yucatan to United
States

..1847, 1848. 1184
Decree. Powers of Government.

Mexicanu, 14th January, 1848. 1218
(Mexico). Promulgation of Agreement of December

14th, 1843. Re-Incorporation of Yucatan
with Mexico and Republic.

Mexico, 15th December, 1843. 1271
Message of Provisional Governor. Installation of Extraordi.
nary Assembly

Ticul, 24th May, 1847. 1128
(United States). State of Yucatan.

Washington, 29th April, 1848. 1225

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Z.
ZANZIBAR. Correspondence with Great Britain. Slave Trade.... 1860 965
ZOLLVEREIN. Treaty with China, &c. Friendship. Commerce. Navi-

gation.
Tien-Tsin, 2nd September, 186.. 1248

FINIS.

JUST PUBLISHED, OCTOBER, 1867.

By WILLIAM RIDGWAY, 169, PICCADILLY.

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