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Long Island.-Quiet and contented; hove-to and communicated; no complaints.

Rum Cay.—Quiet and contented; anchored and communicated; no complaints.

Conception.-Uninhabited; skirted the west side.

San Salvador.—Quiet and contented ; anchored and communicated; no complaints.

Watling Island.-Quiet and contented; hove-to and commu. nicated; no complaints.

Abaco.-Quiet and contented; anchored and communicated ; no complaints.

Nassau.

Great Bahama Island. -Too much surf to land ; hove-to and communicated with a small schooner.

Anguilla.
Havana.

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(CLASS B.)-LIST OF PAPERS.

AFRICA (BIGHT OF BENIN). No.

Date

SUBJECT. Consular:

1861 2. Consul Footé to Lord J. Russell. Feb. 4 Notice to British sub

jects purchasing or

holding slaves 6.

Mar. 9 Reference to coloniza

tion scheme of Messrs.

Delany and Camphell 8. Lord Wodehouse to Consul Foote. April 23 Correspondence relative

to reported Treaty be-
tween Abbeokuta and
American Colonization

Company
9. Consul Foote to Lord J. Russell. May 8 Visit to Abbeokuta. Re-

port on visit there. 10.

May 8. Alake of Abbeokuta and

Elders in secret Coun

cil. Result of 12. Acting Consul McCoskry to Lord June 5 Treaty with Alake and J. Russell.

Chiefs of Lagos duly

signed 15. Lord J. Russell to Acting Consul July 23 To assist immigrants to McCoskry.

Lagos
18. Earl Russell to Acting Consul Aug. 20 Her Majesty's Govern-
McCoskry.

ment are unwilling to
occupy

Abbeokutan

territory by force 23.

Nov. 23 Governor of Lagos will

go by mail of Decem-
ber 23. Refusal of Ab-
beokuta to receive me-
diation

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AFRICA (SHERBRO RIVER). No.

Date.

SUBJECT. Consular :

1861 36. Consul-General Hill to Earl Russell Oct. 21 Report of attack by

Spanish gunboat on Liberian schooner Quail 647

BRAZIL.

1861
40. Lord J. Russell to Mr. Christie. Feb. 8 Freed blacks. Approves

his making a commu-
nication to the Bra-

zilian Government 650 43. Mr. Christie to Lord J. Russell. Feb. 4 Extracts from Annual

Report of Minister of
Finance..

651 44.

Feb. 4 Speech of Minister of

Justice respecting free
blacks

653 45. Lord J. Russell to Mr. Christie. April 8 Approves note to Bra

zilian Government on
above subject

655 46. Mr. Christie to Lord J. Russell. Mar. 23 Free blacks. Answer of

Senhor Sinimbú

656 47. Lord J. Russell to Ur. Christie. April 29 Ditto. Approves note to

Brazilian Government 658 48. Mr. Christie to Lord J. Russell. May 27 Free Africans and slaves

in Brazil illegally im. ported

658 49.

May 27 Free Africans. Informa-
tion respecting :

661 51.

June 1 Complete cessation of
Slave Trade

664 52.

June 1 Preventing public sale

of slaves. Rejection
of measure for

664 54.

June 12 Number of slaves in

Brazilian merchant
navy

669 55.

June 17 Brazilian national slaves 670 56.

June 20 Extract from Report of

Minister of Justice re-
specting emancipation
of Africans

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COMORO ISLANDS.

1861 73. Consul Sunley to Lord J. Russell. May 2 Report on Nossi Bé and

Mayotte....

670 74. Earl Russell to Consul Sunley. Aug. 19 To explain his conduct

relative to a cbarge
against him for the
employment of slaves

on his property........ 671 75.

Nov. 5 Reply from French Go.

vernment respecting
the exportation by
French subjects of ne-
groes from the East
Coast of Africa to
Nossi Be and Mayotte 678

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FRANCE. No.

Date.

SUBJECT. Page

1861
81. Lord J. Russell to Earl Cowley. July 17 Despatch from Consal

Sunley confirming Co-
lonel Rigby's report of
Slave Trade by French
vessels

674 83. Earl Cowley to Earl Russell. Oct. 24 | French Government de

ny that Slave Trade
exists from East Coast
of Africa

674 84. Earl Russell to Earl Cowley. Dec. 19 Respecting recruitment

of Africans by French
Agents in Comoro Is.
lands

677

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MUSCAT (ZANZIBAR). Congular:

1861 89. Lord J. Russell to Lieutenant- Feb. 19 | Brigadier Coghlan's ReColonel Rigby.

port relative to Slave

Trade on East Coast 1860 of Africa

680 90. Lieutenant-Colonel Rigby to Sir Aug. 28 Extraordinary conduct C. Wood.

of the French Consul
at Zanzibar

681 91. Lieutenant-Colonel Rigby to the Nov. 26 Capture of Formosa EsChief Secretary to the Bombay

trella by Zanzibar
Government.
1861 authorities.....

683 92. Lord J. Russell to Lieutenant- May 20 Approves his conduct as Colonel Rigby.

reported in despatches
of August 28 and No.

vember 26............ 684 93.

June 7 To inquire relative to

the fate of certain

Makololo Africans 685 96. Lieutenant-Colonel Rigby to Lord May 4 French have resumed J. Russell.

Slave Trade at Comoro
Isles

685 97.

July 10 Slave Trade between

Zanzibar and Persian
Gulf

686 99.

July 26 Refusal of Sultan of Zan

zibar to prevent trans-
port of slaves in his
dominions .......

691 100.

Oct. 5 Abduction of Makololo

Africans by Said bin
Habeeb

693 101.

Oct. 5 Sayyid Saood

re-appointed Governor of Lamoo

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694 102.

Oct. 5 Sultan of Zanzibar not

replied to Foreign Of.
fice letter respecting
Slave Trade Treaties.... 695

PORTUGAL.

1861
105. Sir A. Magcnis to Lord J. Russell. Feb. 16 Note from M. d'Avila

relating to Slave Trade
on East Coast of Africa 698

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Date.

SUBJECT. Page

1861 111, Sir A. Magenis to Lord J. Russell. June 5 Buona Ventura Mas.

Note to M. Avila ... 699 113.

July 4 Buona Ventura Mas

not to reside in Portuguese dominions

700 114.

July 6 Pamplona not to re-
side in Angola

700 122. Earl Russell to Sir A. Magenis. Dec. 31 Copies of despatches

from Loanda Com
missioners respecting
slave-trading by Por-
tuguese subjects 701

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1861
130. Lord J. Russell to Sir A. Bu- Feb. 19 Exertions of Spanish
chanan.

Government to put
down Slave Trade in
Cuba

703 131, Sir A. Buchanan to Lord J. Mar. 20 Measures taken for pu. Russell.

nishment of persons
who landed slaves in
1857

704 184.

April 6 Spanish Government

will employ larger
naval force against

Cuban Slave Trade 706 137. Lord J. Russell to Mr. Edwardes. July 19 How Spanish Govern.

ment

suppress Slave Trade

706 138.

July 19 Disembarkation of
cargo of slaves

707 139. Earl Russell to Sir J. Crampton. Aug. 10 Slave Trade. Hope Spa

nish Government will

707 142. Sir J. Crampton to Earl Russell. Aug. 25 Cuban Slave Trade.

Conversation with
Señor Collantes
specting....

708 143. Earl Russell to Sir J. Crampton. Sept. 13 Cuban Slave Trade.

Spain might take more effectual measures for suppressing it

711 148. Sir J. Crampton to Earl Russell. Dec. 10 Has communicated Mr.

Crawford's Annual Re-
port

711 149.

Dec. 17 Note from Spanish Go

vernment relative to attack upon Quail........ 714

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SPAIN (HAVANA).

Consular:

1861
178. Consul-General Crawford to Lord April 1 New Decree issued for
J. Russell.

prevention of Slave
T'rade by Governor.
General ................

715

SPAIN (ST. JAGO DE CUBA). No.

Date.

SUBJECT, Page Consular:

1861
195. Consul Forbes to Lord J. Russell. May 11 Correspondence with

Governor Letona re-
specting infraction of
Slave Trade Treaties.... 717

UNITED STATES.

202. Lord Lyons to Lord J. Russell.

zers

205. Lord J. Russell to Lord Lyons.

210. Earl Russell to Lord Lyons.

1861
Feb. 4 Satisfaction of Her Ma.
jesty's

Government
has been expressed at
the co-operation of The
United States' crui-

721 April 17 To suggest to new Ad

ministration joint
cruizing and sending
freed negroes to our
colonies

721 Aug. 8 Co-operation of British

and American cruizers
for suppression of Slave
Trade

722 Ang. 17 Request Mr. Seward to

thank Commander of
Constellation for Slave

Trade information 722
Aug. 31 Co-operation of British

and United States'
officers on West Coast
of Africa.

Note re-
specting

723 Nov. 15 | Nightingale. Case of.... 724

212.

213. Lord Lyons to Earl Russell.

218. Earl Russell to Lord Lyons.

UNITED STATES (CHARLESTON). Consular:

1861
229. Consul Bunch to Lord J. Russell. Mar. 8 Act of Southern Con-

gress prohibiting fo-
reign Slave Trade ....... 729

AFRICA (BIGHT OF BENIN).

CONSULAR. No. 2.- Consul Foote to Lord J. Russell.-(Received March 14.) (Extract.)

Lagos, February 4, 1861. HAYING good reason to believe that several of the Sierra Leone emigrants resident at Lagos not only held slaves, but purchased, bartered, and traded in them, I posted up in a conspicuous place at the entrance of my office a notice requiring all British subjects to

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