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cations of the convention for its settlement:
of such notes inclosed.
tive at Athens baving no diplomatic character ;
ish foreign office of joint noto of invitation to
note of invitation to the arbitrator. 313 Same to samo.....
July 16 | Claim of Carlos Butterfield: Sir Edmund Mon.
son's reply to Mr. Anderson's invitation; copy
of thanks to Sir Edmund Monson for accepting
the part of Denmark sent to Sir Edmund.
1890. Sir Edmund Monson to Mr. | Jan. 22 Claim of Carlos Butterfield: Transmits his award | Blaine.
in the case; will send duplicate award to the
and French Parliaments, held in Paris, with
of the resolutions of the conference inclosed.
1889. 419 Mr. Rives to Mr. McLane... Jan. 7 Arbitration: Resolutions of the conference at
Paris sent to the appropriate committees of
ference at Paris inclosed, with request from Mr.
port of the United States Government songbt. 16 Jr. Blaine to Mr. Reid ..... June 11 Hog products: Incloses copy of resolutions of the
Chicago Board of Trade relative to the probibi.
the French Government. 21 Mr. Reid to Mr. Blaine ..... June 28
June 28 Hog products: The present not an opportune
moment for presenting the question to the
From and to whom.
to inspect meats of that class in the Universal
mission of American pork products.
Frank R. Blackinton, a resident of Paris since
inton; his birth; departure from the Unitod
1869. 818 Mr. Coleman to Mr. Blaine.. Sept. 16
Sept. 16 Military service cases : Report on those arising
between October 11, 1888, and September 16,
The imposition of military fines.
archives of the legation at Paris, showing
triotes," sent by Mr. Reid to Mr. Phelps;
ance that his Government desires to act in a
ive Governments on occasion.
Mr. Bayard and Count Von Arco Valley com-
vil in Parlia British Go from 10 a qucold faith on affairs; otract from.
Mr. Dararıl to Connt von Nov. 21 as to who sball be elected king: the hope ex-
pressed that Count Arco will recommend to
not possible of arrangement there.
Apia expected to leave San Francisco for his
Samoa by a German long resident there; value
of the paper. 710 Same to same...
Doc. 19 Samoan atlaire : Response of Sir J. Ferguson,
British Inder secretary of state for foreign
from the first lieutenant of the United States
the telegram from the first lieutenant of the
telegraw from the German foreign office of
engageil in the fight.
nication of his Government's statement of the
From and to whom.
engagement with the natives, under the leader.
leit with him.
Apia of getting questions regarding the inter-
bring guilty parties to justice.
and commanding naval otlicer of the United
therefore, be insisted upon.
form German Government that advices from
not recognized by the United States.
law by Germany in Samoa; Mr. Pendleton
be recognized by the United States.
German consul at Apia contrary to his instruc-
German squadron at Apia of martial law per.
foreign offire of Mr. Pendleton's instructions
tion in Samoa; duties of the three treaty powers
of commercial interests.
peace and order to the people of Samoa ; ac-
vailing in Samoa
the conference at Berlin; the general princi-