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4 Proposed recovery of gold held by insurgents in London
States. Tone of public press in Great Britain. Report of Sec.
retary of Treasury and its effect. 4 Promotion of iminigration to the southern States. Froed labor,
and means to facilitate the same. 4 The “Osborne flotilla;" conduct of Sir Frederick Bruce on the
by the United States.
Jan. 19 Abolition of slavery in the United States. Opening of Parliament. b. 58
The ministry. Discontent in Ireland; Fenian organizalions in
Jan. 26 Case of the Shenandoah...
in the London Times thereon.
1 Opening of the new Parliament. The ministry and reform bill...
Adamy. 1142 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward. 1145 ......do ........ 1680 Mr. Seward to Mr.
Adams. 1147 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward. 1684 Mr. Seward to Mr.
1 Case of the Shenandoah. Obligations of neutral nations... Feb. 6 Political situation in Great Britain. Agitation in Ireland-meas
Do....... 1150 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Feb. 14 Attitude of the United States respecting "Alabama claims".
respecting claims of United States.
Feb. 20 Parliament. The press of Great Britain; its tone satisfactory.
Financial and political position of the United States satisfactory. Feb. 22 Suspension of the habeas corpus in Ireland. Its cause, Fenianism.
Its probable results. Measures suggested to meet the compli. cations likely to arise.
1866. 1160 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 1 Rumored ministerial changes. Reform bill extending franchise... 70
Mar. 1 Foreign enlistment act. Position taken by Sir Roundell Palmer.. 1163 .do
Mar. 2 Fenian organizations in the United States. Allegianco claimed
by Great Britain on part of naturalized citizens of the United
States. 1700 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 5 Claims of the United States against Great Britain for depredaAdams.
tions upon its commerce during the rebellion. 1164 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 8 Debate in the House of Commons on foreign enlistment act. Seward.
Reform bill. 1165 ......do
Mar. 8 Fenian movements in Ireland. Arrests of Americans and their 75
protectiou. Attitude of Great Britain thereon. 1703 Mr, Seward to Mr. Mar. 10 Suspension of the habens corpus in Ireland. Alleged Fenianiem Adams
in the United States. Position of the United States on the
question. 1167 Mr. Adamy to Mr. Mar. 15 The reform bill in the House of Commons. Its result....
Seward. 1168 ......do
Mar. 15 Foreign enlistment act. Position taken by Sir Roundell Palmer 79 0172 ..do
Mar. 15 Fenian organizations it Ireland. Arrests of Americans and their 83
protection. Attitude of Great Britain thereon. •1711 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 20 Fenianism in Ireland and the United States. Position of Great
Britain on the same. 1712 ......do
Mar, 20 Foreign enlistment act. Position taken by Sir Roundell Palmer.. 85 1714 .do Mar. 20 Case of the Rappahannock.......
85 1717 ......do
Mar. 22 Arrests of several American citizens-alleged Fenians--their pro- 80
tection. Position of Great Britain on the same. 1174 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 22 Adjournment of Parliament. The ininistry and reform bill ......
Seward 1718 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 23 Depredations on American commerce during the rebellion. Cabi- 89 Adams.
net members in Congress. Relations of the United States and
Great Britain. 1719 .do
Mar. 23 Arrests of American citizers-alleged Fenians. Relations of the 90
two countries. 1721 l......do
Mar. 25 Slave trade in the island of Cuba...... 1723
Mar. 26 John A. Commerford, an alleged Fenian-his arrest and detention. 91 Mr. Moran to Mr. Mar. 29 Foreign eplistinent act. Position taken by Sir Roundell Palmer.. 93
Seward. 1728 Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 31 The reform bill in Parliament. Its final result..
Adams, 1729 .do
Mar. 31 Foreign enlistment act. Position taken by Sir Roundell Palmer.. 94 1730 do
Mar. 31 Fenian organizations. Arrests of American citizens and their 94
protection. Attitude of the United States and Great Britain
on the subject. 1731 .do April 3 Cornelius Healy, an alleged Fonian, arrested in Ireland
95 1178 Mr. Adams to Mr. April 7 The Queen's letter to Mr. Peabody. His munificence.
97 Seward. 1737 Mr. Seward to Mr. April 10 Termination of reciprocity treaty of 1854. The fishery limits 98 Adams.
under the same. 1179 Mr. Adams to Mr. April 12 Meeting of Parliament and reform bill. Political situation in 101 Seward.
Great Britain. 1181 i... ...do
Interview with Lord Clarendon on Fenian organizations. Caso 102
of J. A. Commerford, an alleged Fenian.
1182 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward. 1738 Mr. Seward to Mr.
Adams. 1183 Mr. Adams to Mr.
Seward. 1184 ......do
April 17 Termination of reciprocity treaty of 1854. Fishery limits tinder
the same. April 19 Diplomatic correspondence. Slave trade in island of Cuba ......
Cornelius Kcaly, an alleged Fenian. Suspension of the kabeas
Adams. 1742 ......do 1743 ..do. 1746
The Queen's letter to Mr. Peabody. His munificence.
Fenian organizations. Suspension of the habeas corpus. Protec.
tion of American citizeny.
May 3 The reciprocity treaty of 1854, and the fishery question ....
Colonel Burke, an alleged Fenian. Fenian organizations con
Financial panic in Great Britain ; its effect in Europe and the
James Smith, an alleged Fenian
Colonel Burke, an alleged Fenian.
1 Treaty of peace between Hayti and Dominica
124 1 The Simonoseki indemnity fund
14 1 Protection of Americans arrested for alleged Fenianism. Cage of 124
and the peace of Europe,
Fepian movement against Canada. Proclamation of the President. 135.
1217 Mr. Adams to Mr. June 14 Relations of Austria and Prussia. Attitude of France and Great 135 Seward.
Britain. 1218 ......do.
June 14 Fenianism in Ireland. Protection of American citizens. Release 136
of James Smith, 1788 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 16 Thomas E. Blackwell, an alleged Fenian..
137 Adams. 1789 .do. June 16 Thomas J. Hynes, an alleged Fenian...
137 Mr. Seward's cir- June 18 Honors to the memory of Hon. Lewis Cass...
138 cular. 1219 Mr. Adams to Mr. June 21
Position of the United States in Europe. War of Prussia and 139 Seward,
Italy against Austria. The reform bill. The British cabinet.
John Bright and American institutions. 1220 ......do.
June 22 Case of Captain Freeman, of the ship Kentuckian. Desertions of 140
geamen and their treatment. 1792 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 26 The Simonoseki indemnity
141 Adams. 1223 Mr. Adams to Mr. June 28 Reform bill in Parliament. Resignation of the ministry. Feeling 142 Seward.
towards the United States. 1224 ..do.
June 28 Neutrality of Great Britain in the war of Prussia and Italy against 142
Austria. 1794 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 2 Dissolution of the German Bund. Position of Great Britain on 145 Adams.
the war of Prussia and Italy against Austria. 1796 ......do.
July 3 Reform bill in Parliament. Suffrage and representation...... 145 1227 Mr. Adams to Mr. July
5 Resignation of ministry; its effect. War between Pussia and 145 Seward.
Austria. Interposition of other great powers probable. 1229 .....do.
Thomas Hynes and Thomas J. Hynes, alleged Fenians, arrested in 146
Ireland 1230 do.
Colonel Burke and Daniel J. Mykins liberated. Thomas J. Hynes 146 •
detained. 1232 .do.
Venetia ceded to France by Austria. Proposed armistice between 147
Prussia and Austria. 1:235 .do.
July 12 Interview with Lord Stanley, the new secretary for foreign affairs. 147 1238 do
Colonel Burke, Daniel J. Mykins, Patrick J. Condon, Stephen 148
Farrell, Michael Kirwan, and James E. McDerinot, alleged Fe.
nians, released. 1939 ......do.
July 14 Mr. Fox arrives at Spithead in the Miantonomoh. Distinguished 119
visitors 1801 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 14 The change of ministry. Matters in Ireland
149 Adamy. 1805 .do.
149 1806 ......do.
150 1242 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 19 Organization of British ministry. Prorogation of Parliament, 130 Seward.
War between Prussia and Austria ended.
151 • 1809 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 23 Thomas O'Connell, an alleged Fenian..
153 Adams. 1812 .....do ........ Patrick Hasson, an alleged Fenian..
133 1244 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 26 Organization of British ministry. Claims of United States against 154 Seward.
Great Britain. Depredations on Ainerican commerce. 1246 ..do.
Public meeting. Gates of Hyde Park closed. Excitement on the 155
reform bill. 1818 Mr. Seward to Mr.
July 30 Report of General Banks on the neutral relations of the United 156 Adams,
spect for the United States. Claims growing out of depreda-
tions on American commerce.
Oct. 27 Reform and representation questions in Great Britain........... 203
Jr. Iluster to Mr. Oct. 30 Trials of citizens of the United States in Canada engaged in
23 Jr. Moran to Mr, Nov. 10 The Lord Mayor's dinner at London. Claims against Great
Britain growing out of depredations on American commerce.
Nov. 16 The rebel loan in Great Britain an offset to claims growing out of 210
depredations on American commerce.
1875 Mr. Seward to Mr. Nov. 16 Withdrawal of the French expedition from Mexico
Nov. 17 Adtion of Cavalinn authorities in cases of Ferian prisoners...... 212
Mr. Moran to Mr. Nov. 17 Claims against Great Britain growing out of depredations on 212
American cornmorce, The British neutrality laws.