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CORRESPONDENCE

CONCERNING

CLAIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN, ,

TRANSMITTED TO THE

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

IN ANSWER TO THE

RESOLUTIONS OF DECEMBER 4 AND 10, 1867, AND OF MAY 27, 1806.

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1863.
Mr. Seward to April 15 Incloses copy of Mr. Rankin's telegram rela-
Lord Lyons.

tive to conspiracies of insurgents in neigh-
boring British colony of Vancouvers' Is-

land.
Lord Lyons to April 16 Has directed British consul at San Fran-
Mr. Seward.

cisco to make inquiries in regard to con-
spiracies of insurgents in British colony of

Vancouver.
Do....... May 15 Incloses extract from dispatch of British

consul in San Francisco in regard to insur

gent conspiracies in Vancouver.
Mr. Seward to May 18 Acknowledging receipt of Lord Lyon's note
Lord Lyons.

covering telegram from British consul at
San Francisco in regard to insurgent con-

spiracies to fit out privateers at Vancouver.
Lord Lyons to May 21 Incloses telegram from Governor Douglass,
Mr. Seward.

of Vancouver, stating that every vigilance
will be used to discover and frustrate at-
tempts by enemies of United States to fit

out privateers in ports of Vancouver.
Mr. Seward to May 22 Communicates thanks for Governor Doug-
Lord Lyons.

lass's telegram.

1864.
Do ...... Jan. 12 Communicates telegram received from the

United States consul general at Montreal
relative to supposed gathering of insur-

gents at Windsor, Canada.
Lord Lyons to Jan. 13 Has transmitted telegram from United States
Mr. Seward.

consul general at Montreal in regard to

gathering of insurgents at Windsor.
602 Mr. Adams to Feb. 19 Incloses his note to Lord Russell, of the 12th
Mr. Seward.

instant, in regard to abuses made of the
neutrality of British territory by the insur-
gents in Canada and elsewhere, and Lord

Russell's acknowledgment. 603 ......do

Feb. 25 Incloses note to Lord Russell covering slip

cut from Index, a London journal in in-
surgent interest, in regard to use of Cana-
dian territory as base for insurgent at-
tempt to rescue confederate prisoners con-
fined on Johnson's Island, and Lord Rus-

sell's acknowledgment thereof.
Mr. Seward to Mar. 11 Incloses correspondence with War Depart-
Lord Lyons.

ment in regard to armed insurgent vessels
Montreal and Saratoga, in Canadian

waters, and asks investigation.
Lord Lyons to Mar. 24 The Governor General of Canada promises
Mr. Seward.

to ascertain accuracy of report respecting insurgent schooners in Canadian waters.

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