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spatch in reference to case of Mr. Bunch,
of Lord Lyons. 75 ......do.
Nov. 22 Transmitting copy of note of Earl Russell
in reference to intercepted bag of Mr.
subjects in southern States. 81 ......do.
Nov. 29 Position of law officers of Crown on Trent
question ; serious aspect of affairs. Earl
United States government in reference
to Bunch case. 144 ..do.
Dec. 13 Will hear British government in reference
to correspondence of its subjects in south,
with safety and welfare of United States. 95 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 27
Aspect of affairs in England still serious,
but signs of a more friendly feeling and a better understanding of the United States. Efforts of private citizens abroad towards counteracting misrepresentations of insurgent emissaries.
No. From whom and to
1862. 102 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 17 Settlement of the Trent affair. Incidents Seward, (extract)
and effects in England. 103 Mr. Adams to Mr. | Jan. 17 Results of settlement of Trent affair. Seward,
Schemes of insurrectionary emissaries;
their promises of negro emancipation. 105 .do.
Jan, 24 Exportation of arms and munitions from
England. Vessels of the insurgents in
foreign ports. 171
Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 31 Policy of the United States towards Great
to allow United States steamers to coal
at Nassau. 109 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 31 English opinions on the American question. Seward.
Position and strength of parties in Par
Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 4 | Transmitting correspondence in regard to
passage of British troops through Maine.
has only tended to the prolongation of a
strife injurious to European interests. 179 do
5 Approving proceedings in regard to the
Nashville. Refers to reports of intended
with or without foreign aid.
recognition. Efforts of insurgent emis-
blockade and treatment of British sub-
towards United States.
war by European sympathy and aid. In-
neutrality proclamation. 184 ......do..
Feb. 14 Case of the English steamer General Mira186 do....
Feb. 17 Efficiency of the blockade.. 17 ..do...
Feb. 17 Obstructions of Charleston harbor..... 1871 ..do...
Inevitable results of the contest.
the U. States to a suspension of judgment. 123 Mr. Adams to Mr. Feb. 27 Representations to Eari Russell concerning Seward.
the fitting out of the Oreto. His reply. 197 Mr Seward to Mr. Feb. 28 Restoration of trade on inland ways and Adams.
waters in consequence of successes of
Union armies. 125 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 6 Note to Earl Russell in reference to action Seward.
of authorities of Nassau,
41 GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.
No. From whom and to
50 50 50
test of its efficiency. Rapid failure of
Mr. Motley's co-operation.. 128 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 7 Discussions in Parliament. Less disposi. Seward.
tion to interference. Outfit of steamers
in English ports to break the blockade. 203 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 10 The blockade and its effects. The question Adams.
of emancipation. ..do...
Mar. 11 Insurance by English capitalists of vessels
engaged in running the blockade and
carrying contraband of war.
sire for a permanent separation, in order
Earl Ryssell's reply... 209 | Yir. Seward to Mr. Mar. 15 Declining strength of the insurrection. Adams.
Concession of belligerent rights unne
cessary. 210 ......do.
Mar. 17 Saine..
Mar. 17 | Passport regulations rescinded....
sion of United States to Declaration of
Paris. 213 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 25 Successes of the Union arms..
blockade. Case of the Oreto. General
United States. 137 .do.
Mar. 27 | Transmitting notes of Earl Russell in re
gard to case of the Nashville, and treat
ment of the Flambeau at Nassau. 213 Vr. Seward to Mr. April 1 Violations of the blockade. Mistaken course Adards.
of the British government. Our desire
to cultivate friendly relations. 220 ..do...
April 2 Insurrections in China and elsewhere..... 140 Mr. Adams to Mr. April No disposition to retract recognition of inSeward.
surgents as belligerents. Further cor
respondence in case of the Oreto. 224 Mr. Seward to Vr. April 3 The blockade and the Merrimac...
Adams. 225 ...do..
April 4 Fitting out of vessels of war in England
for the insurgents. 226
April 8 Signing of the treaty to suppress the Afri.
can slave trade. 142 Mr. Adams to Mr.
April 11 Further in regard to the Oreto. British
government still declines to take action
in the case. 228 Nr. Seward to Mr. April 14 Position of military affairs...
67 GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.
No. From whom and to
strances against eucouragement given to
from recognition of insurgents as bel
the two countries deducible from the
Seward. 148 ..do.
April - 25
Fluctuations of public opinion on reception
of news from America. Persistence in
furnishing supplies to the insurgents. 238 Mr. Seward to Mr. | April 26 State of affairs at home....
April 28 The capture of New Orleans. Five steam
ers for the insurgents fitting out in Eng
land 244 ......do....in
May 1 Subscriptions in Liverpool to aid the insur
rection. 150 Mr. Adams to Mr. May 2 Opening of the International Exhibition. Seward.
Increase of pressure for intervention. 151 do..
May 2 Correspondence with Earl Russell in regard
to the cases of the Labuan and the Emily
tial opening of southern ports. Ratifi-
blockade. Earl Russell pronounces it a
of national comity and international law. 153
Mr. Adams to Mr. | May 9 Case of the Emily St. Pierre. British gov.
ernment decline to take action, on
or legal power.
Emily St. Pierre. 249 Mr. Seward to Mr. May 12 Military and paval successes. ModificitAdams.
tions of the blockade. 250 .do.
May 12 The President's proclamation opening cer
tain southern ports to trade under re
strictions. 159 | Mr. Adams to Mr. May 15 Conversation with Earl Russell on progress Seward, (extract.)
of the war. Public sentiment of the
two countries in reference to each other. 160 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Further correspondence in the case of the
Emily St. Pierre. British government