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Acknowledging reception of missing de-
Nov. 22 Transmitting copy of note of Earl Russell
Position of law officers of Crown on Trent
Mr. Adams replies, sustaining action of
Approving action of Mr. Adams in reference
English opinions on the American question.
4 Transmitting correspondence in regard to
Mr. Seward to Mr.
201...do. (extract). Mar.
Mr. Adams to Mr.
203 Mr. Seward to Mr.
The blockade. Its admitted results the true
Insurance by English capitalists of vessels
131 Mr. Adams to Mr. Mar. 13 | Supplies and ships for the insurgents. De
sire for a permanent separation, in order
Earl Russell's reply...
Mar. 15 Declining strength of the insurrection.
Subscriptions in Liverpool to aid the insur-
Correspondence with Earl Russell in regard
to the cases of the Labuan and the Emily
Successful progress of the campaign. Par-
to aid it. Mr. Adams again calls atten-
tion to the efforts to violate it in defiance
Case of the Emily St. Pierre. British gov-
ernment decline to take action, on
ground that they have no jurisdiction
Approval of demand for restoration of the
of the war. Public sentiment of the
two countries in reference to each other.
Further correspondence in the case of the