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1862. Sept. 15

Departure of a brig of the insurgents from

Barcelona.
Oct. 21 The rumors of recognition. Position of

the United States. Case of the Blanche.
1861.
Oct.
26 Vessels of the insurgents in the ports of

Cuba
Nov. 9 The Queen's speech. Indications of a

friendly disposition on the part of Spain

towards the United States.
Dec. 28 The Trent affair. The Spanish govern-

ment refuses to hold conference with

emissaries the insurgents.
1862.
Mar. 8 Relations of Spain to the United States.

The Spanish government to act indepen

dently in regard to our affairs.
Mar. 15 The Mexican question. Action of the three

powers. Public opinion in Spain
Mar. 30 The affair of the Sumter. Mutual interests

of Spain and the United States. Posi-
tion of Spain in regard to the insurrec-

tion.
April 15

Mexican affairs. Policy of Spain in regard

to Spanish America. May

3 Emissaries of the insurgents in Spain. The

case of the pirate Sumter.
May 25 Termination of the Spanish-Mexican expe-

dition.
May 30 Conversation with Mr. Calderon Collantes

with reference to the allied expedition

to Mexico.
July 7 Position of the United States in regard to

Mexican affairs. The projected treaty.
July 11 The treaty between the United States and

Great Britain for the suppression of the

African slave trade.
Aug. 1 Relations between Spain and other European

powers.
Aug. 16 Case of the brig Mary Scaife.....
26 Policy of the United States with reference

to the Spanish American powers.
Sept. 21 | Opinions in Spain in regard to the civil

war in the United States.

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June 28 Complaint of General Butler's action in re

gard to quarantine regulations at New Orleans. Case of the Cardenas.

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DESPATCHES.

1862. 21 Mr. Seward to Mr.

Jan.

8 | Friendly expressions on the part of the Judd.

Prussian government. 30 ......do

May 6 Difficulties arising from a conflict between

the naturalization laws of the United

States and the military laws of Prussia. 2 Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 6 Emigration and enlistment of Europeans Kreismann.

1861. 14 Mr. Judd to Mr. Dec. 14 | The Trent affair. Prussian sentiment Seward.

1862. 18 ...do..

Feb. 17 Rumors of southern emissaries in Prussia.

Such emissaries not received. 3 | Mr. Kreismann to Aug. 9 Europeans desiring to enter the armies of Mr. Seward.

the United States.

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The Trent affair. Opinions in Austria.....
Conversation with Ct. Rechberg. Friendly

course of the Austrian government. The

Mexican question.
Relations between the United States and

Austria continue satisfactory and cordial.
The cotton supply. European sentiment..
Recall of Mr Canisius, consul of the United

States at Vienna.
Relations with Austria. Justice, modera-

tion, and forbearance of the Austrian

government during the insurrection.
European projects of intervention. Senti.

ments of the European governments and
people in regard to the United States.
Austrian criticisms upon military move-
ments Condition of the Austrian empire.

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Seward.

ITALY.

DESPATCHES.

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39 Mr. Seward to Mr.

Marsh. 50 .do... 52 ..do. 54 ...do..

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36 Mr. Marsh to Mr.

Seward. 37 ...do. 40

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1862.
Jan. 31 Complications of foreign commerce conse-

quent upon the insurrection.
Aug. 25

Position of military affairs.
Sept. 13

The same subject.
Oct. 8 Policy of the United States in regard to

insurrectionary movements in Italy.
Jan. 6 Depredations of the pirate Sumter in the

Mediterranean.
Jan. 13 | The Trent affair. Opinions in Italy......
April 4 Interview with Garibaldi. Effects of recent

American news upon opinion in Europe.
Oct. 20 Italian affairs. Relations between Italy

and France.
Nov. 10 Acknowledgment of the preceding de-

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DESPATCHES.

1862 60 Mr. Seward to Mr.

July

9 Emigration the cure for social evils in both Harvey.

hemispheres 61

July 9 Position of military and naval affairs. For

eign intervention certain to encounter

determined resistance. 63 .....do..

Aug 4 Monument to Camoens.. ..do..

Aug. 13

Acknowledgment of despatches. 129 Mr. Harvey to Mr. June 29 The monument to Camoeps..

Seward. 140 ...do.

dug. 11 Opinions in Portugal in regard to American

affairs 141 ......do..

Aug. 13

The President's proposition to Congress in

regard to emancipation. 153 .do..

Sept. 16

The civil war. The social changes conse

quent 'npon it at home and the disposi

tion to interfere entertained abroad.
158 ......do..... Oct. 3 Complaints of proceedings at the islands

of the Azores Use of those islands by
the insurgents, and depredations on

American ships. 159 ......do...

Oct. 4 Vessels sent to the Azores.. Pursuit of the

Alabama.

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DESPATCHES,

1862. 33 Mr. Pike to Mr. Jan. 9 The Trent affair. Its effect in Europe. ....

Seward, 42 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 5 European opinions in reference to American Pike.

affairs, reflected from home. 44 .....do....

Feb. 27 Vessels of the insurgents seeking shelter in

the ports of the Netherlande. The war
protracted by the course of European

powers. Financial measures. 45 ...do..

Mar. 8 The recognition of the insurgents as bellig

erents prolongs the insurrection. 46 do...

Mar. 10 Position of financial and military affairs 47 ...do....

Mar. 15 The same subject...... 42 Mr. Pike to Mr. Mar. 19 No immediate prospect of interference. Seward.

European troubles. 43 ....do...

Mar. 16 More stability in the United States even

now than in Europe.
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April 2
2 Correspondence with Mr. Maesen. The re-

cognition of the insurgents as belliger-
ents Reluctance of the Netherlands to
adopt a different policy from that of the

larger powers.
48 Mr. Seward to Mr. April 2 The system of finance and revenue in the
Pike.

Netherlands. 50 ...do..

April 8 Improved condition of public opinion in

Europe. 45 Mr. Pike to Mr. April 9 Reply of Mr. Maesen on the subject of the Seward,

recognition of the insurgents as belligerents.

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1862. 46 Mr. Pike to Mr. April 16 Continuation of the same correspondence. Seward:

The government of the Netherlands de

clines to change its attitude 51 Mr Seward to Mr. April 16 The interests of the Netherlands are with Pike.

the success of the Union. 52 ...do..

April 26 Acknowledgment of receipt of despatches.. 48 Mr. Pike to Mr. April 30 Iron-clad ships. The cotton supply. ConSeward,

dition of manufacturing districts. Eman

cipation. 53 Mr. Seward to Mr. May 9 | Improred position of affairs in the United Pike.

States. 54 ......do...

May 10 The concession of belligerent rights to the

insurgents. 49. Mr. Pike to Mr. May 14 The treaty of 1782....

Seward. 55 | Mr. Seward to Mr. May 21 Effects of the recognition of the insurgents Pike.

as belligerents upon European nations

themselves. 50 Mr. Pike to Mr. May 28 The modification of the blockade. DisSeward.

tress in the manufacturing districts. The

Mexican question. 58 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 4 The refusal of the Netherlands to modify Pike.

the decree extending shelter to insur

gent vessels. 51 Mr. Pike to Mr. June 11 The treaty of 1782. Opinion in regard to Seward.

American affairs. 59 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 21 The position of military affairs. Mexico...

Pike. 52 Mr. Pike to Mr. June 25 The impression that intervention would be Seward.

unavailing deepening in Europe. 60 | Mr. Seward to Mr. | July 9 | The war protracted by the mistaken policy Pike.

of European states. 54 | Mr. Pike to Mr. July 16 | The Japanese embassy. Effect of AmeriSeward,

can news in Europe. 55

July 23 False reports circulated in Europe by emis.

saries of the insurgents. State of Euro-
pean sentiment. Emancipation of slaves

in Dutch colonies.
63 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 4 The Japanese ports. Despondency and ap-
Pike.

prehension about our affairs in Europe
the reflex of expressions of disappoint-,

ment at home.
56 Mr. Pike to Mr. Aug. 6 European opinions..

Seward, 64 Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 8 Return of confidence in the public mind. Pike.

Intervention unprofitable. Emancipa

tion in the Dutch colonies. 57 Mr. Pike to Mr. Ang. 13 Condition of industrial and financial affairs Beward.

in Holland. 58 ..do..

Aug. 27 Italian affairs. The cotton supply.. 59

Sept.

3 European astonishment at the magnitude

of the resonrces of the United States. 67 Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 6 Case of the consul of the Netherlands at New Pike.

Orleans Position of military affairs. 69 do......

Sept. 15

Failure of the attempted invasion of the

loyal States by the insurgents. 60 Mr. Pike to Mr. Sept. 17 Effect of military uews from America.....

Seward.

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