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NETHERLANDS-Continued.

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1862. 70 Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 19 Retreat of the insurgents from Maryland ..

Pike. 61 | Mr. Pike to Mr. Sept. 24 Effects of American news in Europe ......

i Seward. 72 Mr. Seward to Mr. Oct. 8 Successes of the national armies

Pike. ......do......... Oct. 13 Condition of the Netherlands. Crisis of

the civil war in the United States. 63 Mr. Pike to Mr.

15 The President's proclamation of warning
Seward.

Its effects upon European sentiment.
Mr Seward to Mr.

The condition of affairs. The gradual ex-
Pike.

haustion of the strength of the insurrec

tion.
79, ......do......... Nov. 21 | Approval of Mr. Pike's proceedings in ref-

erence to Anglo-American colonization
Effects of the insurrection upon financial
affairs. Resources and credit of the gov-
ernment.

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Mr. Seward to Mr. June 5 Conflict between the military authorities
Van Limburg.

of the United States and the consulate

of the Netherlands at New Orleans. Mr. Van Limburg | June 6 | The same subject..................... to Mr. Seward.

Do...... .... June 7 The same subject....

Do.......... June The same subject.......
Mr Seward to Mr. June

The same subject.....
Van Limburg.

Do.......... June 7 | The same subject...
Mr. Van Limburg, June 9 The same subject..................
to Mr. Seward.

Do.......... June 9 The same subject.....
Mr. Seward to Mr. June 9 The same subject...

Van Limburg,
Mr. Van Limburg June 19 Admission of ships-of-war of the United
to Mr. Seward.

States and of vessels of the insurgents

into the ports of the Netherlands.
July 19 | Emigration of free persons of color from

the United States to colonies of the

Netherlands.
Mr. Seward to Mr. July 22 The same subject......

Van Limburg.
Mr. Van Limburg July 28 The occurrences at the consulate of the
to Mr. Seward.

Netherlands at New Orleans.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 20 The same subject......

Van Limburg
Mr Van Limburg Aug. 22 The same subject. The Count de Mejan to
to Mr. Seward.

act as congul ad interim.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Ang. 25 The same subject.

Van Limburg
Mr. Van Limburg Aug. 30 The same subject........

to Mr. Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 4 The same subject.......

Van Limburg.

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NETHERLANDS-Continued.

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1862.
Mr. 'Van Limburg | Sept. 10 | The same subject..

to Mr. Seward.
Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 13 The same subject..........

Van Limburg.
Mr. Van Limburg

Sept. 29 The consul of the Netherlands at Philadel-
to Mr. Seward.

phia enrolled for military duty.
Do.......... Sept. 27 Complaint of the action of the court of

general sessions in New York in refer-
ence to officers of the Netherlandish ves-

sel Jan Van Galen.
Mr. Seward to Mr. | Sept. 30 The same subject. -----
Van Limburg.
Do.......... Sept. 30 Case of the consul of the Netherlands at

Philadelphia.
Mr. Van Limburg | Oct. 9 Cases of the officers of the Jan Van Galen
to Mr. Seward.

and the consul of the Netherlands at

Philadelphia.
Do.......... Oct. 29 Case of the consul of the Netherlands at

Philadelphia.

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BELGIUM

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DESPATCHES.

1862. 54 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Mar. 17 Passports no longer required. Position of | Sanford.

affairs. 59 \-----do......... May 6 Opening of southern ports and modifica

tions of the blockade. --...-do........ May 10 Impossibility of a permanent division of the

United States. Foreign commerce de

pendent on the maintenance of the Union. 60 ......do..........

May 23

Wasting effects of the war upon the wealth

and energies of the insurgent States.
Encouragement of the insurrection by
foreign powers reacts injuriously upon
their own commerce and manufactures.

Relations of slavery to the contest. 2 Mr. Seward to Mr. | July 15 The tariff ..

Goodrich. 64 Mr. Seward to Mr. Supt. 18 | European interests as affected by the war. Sanford.

Military affairs.
65 |--...do.......... Oct. 6 The cotton supply........

......do........ Oct. 6 Public opinion at home and abroad ....
-...do....... Oct. 10 Failure of the attempted invasion of the

loyal States by the insurgents.
68 ......do......... Oct. 13 Misapprehensions abroad in regard to the

United States government. Its determi-
nation to maintain the Union inflexible

and uncompromising.
Jan. 9 The Trent affair.......
Jan. 14 The Trent affair.........
Mar. 20 ) Public opinion in Europe....

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DESPATCHES.

1861.
3 | Yr. Webb to Mr. | Oct. 24 | Arrival at Rio de Janeiro. Official recep-
Seward.

tion and entrance upon duties of the
mission. Presentation to the Emperor.
Speeches on that occasion. The Sum-
ter's visit to Maranham. Acts of former
minister and consul at Rio de Janeiro.

Instructions to consuls.
12 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 12 Acknowledgment of preceding despatch.
Webb.

Approval of proceedings. 13 ......do.......... Dec. 12 Approval of circular to consuls concerning

· the secession flag in Brazilian ports.

1862. 17 Mr. Webb to Mr. May 20 Facilities for colonization in Brazil. AsSeward.

pects of slavery in Brazil and in the

United States. 33 | Mr. Seward to Mr. July 21 The same subject

Webb.
Mr. Webb to Mr. July 5 The admission of the pirate Sumter at the
Seward.

port of Maranbam.
The same subject. Presentation of various

claims against the Brazilian government 22 ......do......... Aug. 23 Vessels of the insurgents in the port of Rio

de Janeiro.
24 ......do........ Sept. 7 The same subject'....
38 Yr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 27 Position of affairs in the United States.
Webb.

The case of the Sumter. Claims against
Brazil.

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MEXICO.

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1862.
17 Mr. Corwin to Mr. Feb. 22 Negotiations between Mexico and the allied
Seward.

powers. Movements of the allied troops.
Vessels of the insurgents in Mexican

ports.
......do ......... March 20 Proposed treaty between Mexico and the

United States. Progress of negotiations

between Mexico and the allied powers. -.do....... March 24 State of affairs in Mexico........... ......do.......

March 28 Disputed points between the allied powers

and Mexico. Taxation of property of
foreigners. Correspondence in reference
to the tax. Position of military affairs.
Correspondence in reference to the pro-

posed loan to Mexico. 22 ......do

April 28 | State of relations between Mexico and the

allied powers. Copies of official docu-
ments. Protest against the proposed

treaty.
| Mr. Seward to Mr. May 10 Instructions in regard to recognition of
| Corwin.

revolutionary changes of government. ---...do.......... May 28 The proposed treaty with Mexico in regard

to a loan. Consideration of the matter

reserved. 24 | Mr. Corwin to Mr. May 20 Acknowledgment of despatches. Exchange Seward.

of ratifications of treaties. 49 Mr. Seward to Mr. | June 7 Advice of the Senate in regard to treaty Corwin.

negotiations with Mexico. ....do.......... June 24 | The same subject...................... | Mr. Corwin to Mr. | June 3 State of military affairs in Mexico, and of Seward.

relations with the allied powers. 1......do.......... June 28 Correspondence between the captain of an

insurrectionary regiment on the Texan

frontier and the Mexican authorities. 51 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 14 The check before Richmond. General conCorwin.

dition of affairs. Relations between Mex

ico and the allied powers. 30 | Mr. Corwin to Mr. July 11 Position of military affairs in Mexico......

Seward.
31 ......do......... July 28 Demands made by insurgents in the United

States for the right of marching troops
across Mexican territory. Projects of the
insurgents to separate the northern Mex.
ican states from the republic, Military
operations of the French and Mexican
forces. Diplomatic correspondence touch-
ing Mexican affairs laid before the Span-

ish Cortes.
53 | Mr. Seward to Mr. | Aug. 23 Position of military and naval affairs......

Corwin.
32 Mr. Corwin to Mr. Aug. 28 | Resignation of Sr. Doblado to take a mili-
Seward.

tary command. The military situation
in Mexico. Appointment of Mr. Fuente
to the ministry of foreign affairs. Condi-
tion of the Mexican government. Treaty
negotiations. Correspondence with the
department of foreign relations in re-
gard to the pamphlet of Sr. Attimirano.

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MEXICO-Continued.

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1862. 55 Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 15 The military situation .......

Corwin. 33 Mr. Corwin to Mr. Sept. 28 Prospects of the French in Mexico. MexiSeward.

can opinion in regard to the civil war in

the United States. 58 | Mr. Seward to Mr. | Oct. 21 | Position of military affairs.

Corwin.

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DESPATCHES.

1862. 23. Mr Seward to Mr. Jan. 22 | Position of military affairs........

Wood. ....do........ Feb. 10 European opinions ....... -.....do........ Feb. 24 Progress of affairs. The unwise recognition

of the insurgents as belligerents. do.... April 8 Belligerent rights in maritime war. -do.

April 22 Unfounded despondency about the progress

of the war and its injurious results. ......do .......... Sept. 25 | Recognition of the insurgents not appre

hended. 82 Mr. Wood to Mr. Nov 4 Emissaries of the insurgents in Denmark ..

i Seward.

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SWEDEN.

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DESPATCHES.

1861. 11 yr. Haldeman to | Dec. 10 The Trent affair. Count Piper's reception Mr. Seward.

by the United States government.

1862. - .....do..

Jan. 10 The Trent affair. Swedish opinion.... ......do.......... .. April 24 | The battle of the Monitor and Merrimack.

Swedish exultation in the genius of Erics

son and Dahlgren.
Sept. 18 | The danger of intervention passed ........

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