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GREAT BRITAIN.-Continued.

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1862. 387 Mr. Seward to Mr. Nov. 4 State of affairs in the United States..

Adams. 389 ......do.

Nov. 4 European projects of intervention ....... 390 ......do.

Nov. 4 The case of the 290, (Alabama) ..... 392

Nov. 10 The insurrection and European ideas in re

gard to it. 394

Nov. 10 The results of the elestione

The results of the elections........ 395 ......do......

Escapes from the blockade.......... 396 .....do...

Nov. 10 Case of the 290, (Alabama).. 399 ......do..

Nov. 14 English opinions. Pirates fitted out in

Liverpool. 403 ......do......

Nov. 18 Military and naval affairs...... 404 ......do.

Nov. 18 The voluntary colonization of free colored

persons from the United States in British

colonies. 257 | Mr. Adams to Mr. Nov. 6 The piratical acts of the Alabama, and their Seward.

effects in English opinion. Supplies of

arms for the insurgents.
408 Mr. Seward to Mr. Nov. 21 | Acknowledgment of the preceding despatch.
Adams.

A British war steamer sent to cruise for
the Alabama.

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Do.......... Mar. 6 Cases of the seamen of the Revere and Lou

isa Agnes.
Do.......... Mar. 19 Despatch bag taken from J. P. Crosse at Bal-

timore.
Mr. Seward to Lord | April 5 | The same subject ...............

Lyons.
Memorandum of | May 30 Complaints of harsh treatment of British
conversation.

subjects in New Orleans.
Mr. Edwards to May 30 Shipments of coal and merchandise to
Lord Lyons.

Nassan.
Lord Lyons to Mr. | June 12 | British subjects forced to enter the mili-
Seward.

tary service of the insurgents, and sub

sequently become prisoners of war.
Mr. F. W. Seward June 14 The same subject

to Lord Lyons.
Mr. Seward to Mr. | June 20 Exports to Nassau and other British colo-
Stuart.

nial ports.
Mr. Chase to Mr. | June 14 The same subject

Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. June 23 Case of Peter Goolrick, British vice-consul
Stuart.

at Fredericksburg.
June 24 Case of Mr. Coppell, British acting consul

at New Orleans.
Mr. Stuart to Mr. | June 25 Case of Peter Goolrick...

Seward.
Mr. F. W. Seward July 1 British subjects, prisoners of war who had
to Mr. Stuart.

been forced into the military service of

the insurgents.
Mr. Wolcott to Mr. June 28 The same subject .........

Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. July 5 Esports to Nassau....
Stuart.
Do...

July 12 The case of Peter Goolrick ..............
Mr. Ruggles to Mr. July 3 Report in the case of Peter Goolrick.....

Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. | July 23 Restrictions on exports from New York to
Stuart.

Nassau.
Mr. Stuart to Mr. Aug. 1 The same -------

Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. | Aug. 18 | The same..

Stuart.
Mr. Chase to Mr. Aug. 13 Report of the collector of New York on the
Seward.

same subject.

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Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 20 Seizure of sugars at New Orleans..

Stuart.
Mr. Johnson to Ur. | Aug. 19 The same subject ...................

Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 20 Only citizens of the United States liable to
Stuart.

military duty.
Mr. F. W. Seward | Sept. 1 Acknowledging copy of a despatch of Earl
to Mr. Stuart.

Russell.
Mr. Stuart to Mr. Sept. 2 Search of the vessels Annette and Dart by
Seward.

United States cruisers.
Do..........

Sept. 2 | Case of the Will-o'-the-Wisp ............
Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 4 The suppression of the African slave trade.
Stuart.
Do.

Sept. 5 Efforts to prevent misunderstandings and

difficulties on the Canadian frontier.
Do.......... Sept. 6 Case of the Will-o'-the-Wisp ......
Mr. Stuart to Mr. Sept. 6 British subjects called upon for military ser-
Seward.

vice.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 11 Exports of cotton from New Orleans......
Stuart.

Sept. 11 Case of Francis Carroll .--.
Mr. Stuart to Mr. | Sept. 13 Measures adopted to carry out the treaty for
Seward.

the suppression of the African slave trade.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 18 Case of Francis Carroll --------

Stuart.
Major Turner to Sept. 17 The same...

Mr. Seward.
Mr. Stuart to Mr. | Sept. 25 Restrictions on trade between New York
Seward.

and British West Indian ports.
Mr. Seward to Mr. | Sept. 25 | The same subject.....
Stuart.
Do.

Oct. 3 The same subject......
Mr. Stuart to Mr. Oct. 12 The same subject.....

Seward.
Earl Russell to Mr. Sept. 22 | The same subject......

Stuart.

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109 | Yr. Dayton to Mr. Feb. 3 Suggestions for facilitating correspondence 1 Seward.

with French subjects in the south. 112

Feb. 12 State of opinion in France in regard to

American affairs and the blockade. Con

versation with the Emperor. 114 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 19 Maritime law in regard to neutrals. The Dayton.

obstruction of Charleston harbor. The

blockade. Military and naval affairs. 117 | Mr. Dayton to Mr. | Feb. 21 Progress of military affairs. Southern Seward.

emissaries in Europe.
120 ......do......... Feb. 27 Transmitting Mr. Billault's speech in the

French Senate on American affairs. Indi-
cations of a growing indisposition to

interference.
118 Mr. Seward to Mr. Feb. 27 | Mail communication with southern States -

Dayton. 123 ......do.......... March 8 The efficiency of the blockade. Military

movements. | Mr. Dayton to Mr. March 18 Suffering in France. Desire for cotton, and Seward.

for mail communication with the south

ern States.
---...do.......... March 19 Amelioration of maritime law in regard to

rights of neutrals.
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March 25 | Views of the Emperor in regard to the

progress of the war and the concession

of belligerent rights to the insurgents. 130 ......do.......... March 26 The President's emancipation policy, and

its effects in Europe.
133 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 26 Sentiments of the United States government
Dayton,

towards France. The opening of cotton
ports. The recognition of the insurgents
as belligerents by the European govern-

ments.
131 | Mr. Dayton to Mr. Mar. 31 The cotton question and the question of
Seward.

mail communication with the insurgent
States. France declines to withdraw the
concessio n of belligerent rights, and is

acting in concert with England.
136 | Mr. Seward to Mr. | April 1 Siege of southern commercial cities.......

Dayton.
......do..........

... April 8 Maritime rights of neutrals ..............
April 15 | The recognition of the insurgents as bellige-

rents alone prolongs the war. Reasons
why it should be withdrawn. Survey of

the military situation.
139 .....do.......... April 16 The co-operation of Congress with the

States for the gradual removal of slavery.
Mr. Dayton to Mr. April 17 The question of the opening of the cotton
Seward.

ports. The concession of belligerent

rights to the insurgents. 141 ......do.......... April 22 | Distress in the manufacturing districts of

France for lack of cotton. Anxiety of

the government for their relief. 141 Mr. Seward to Mr. April 22 Mr. Mercier's visit to Richmond. Position 1 Dayton.

of military affairs.

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1862. 146 Mr. Seward to Mr. April 28 The capture of New Orleans. The fitting Dayton.

out of piratical vessels against American

commerce in European ports.
148 1-.....do.......... May 1 | The United States have a right to expect

at least actual neutrality from the na.
tions which have proclaimed it, instead

of aid and sympathy to the insurgents. 149 .--.--.do......... May 6 Opening of the southern ports. The insur

*rection would collapse if the expectation

of foreign favor was withdrawn. Circular........... May 2 | Mail communication with the recovered

portions of the insurgent States.
151 | Mr. Seward to Mr. May 7 Restoration of trade with New Orleans and
Dayton

other ports. All maritime nations share
in the misfortunes produced by the war,
and it is for the interest of all of them
to discourage action which unnecessarily

protracts it.
152 ......do.......... May 8 The Mexican question ............
154 ......do.......... May 10 The distress in Europe caused by the war

would be immediately relieved if the
European governments would cease to
protract it by holding out delusive hopes

to the insurgents. 158 ......do......

May 12 The Mexican question........ 147 Mr. Dayton to Mr. May 16 The question of revoking the concession of Seward.

belligerent rights to the insurgents. 149 .....do..

May 22 Further upon the same subject. Conver

sation with Mr. Thouvenel. France
and England to act together. Europeans
admit the ability of the United States to
overcome the south, but question their
ability to govern it afterwards. Reply

of Mr. Dayton.
151 -.-.-.do...--..... May 26 | The same subject continued. Article from

the Constitutionnel.
......do.......... June 2 No probability of a revocation of the con-

cession of belligerent rights at present. 163 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 3 Progress of the war. Reasons for a modiDayton.

fication of the policy adopted by France.
Fallacy of the assumption that the insur-
gent States, when overpowered, cannot

be governed.
156 Mr. Dayton to Mr. June 5 Relations between France and Mexico.----

Seward. 164 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 6 Position of military affairs ......

Dayton. 160 Mr. Dayton to Mr. June 12 Effects of American news in France. The Seward.

pressure for cotton. ......do.......... June 13 The Mexican complication.......... 166 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 20 European errors about America in conseDayton,

quence of judging us by European stand

ards only. 167 ...do...

June 20 | Approval of Mr. Dayton's course........ 170 .....do.......... June 21 France and Mexico. Relations of the

United States to both countries.

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