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GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

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1862.

253 Mr. Seward to Mr. May 19 All the important southern ports now re-

Adams.

covered, except Wilmington, Charleston,

Mobile, and Galveston, and those well

blockaded. Regulations for trade with

the reopened ports.

254 .do.

May 20 The case of the Labuan under judicial in-

vestigation.

255

May 22

Communications from the Navy Depart-

ment relative to the case of the Emily

St. Pierre.

164 Mr. Adams to Mr. May 22 Conve ation and correspondence with Earl

Seward.

Russell, who thinks the British govern-

ment cannot change its policy. Mr.

Adams urges that its practical effect has

been to uphold the insurrection.

165 ......do

May 23 State of the Mexican question. Disrup-

tion of the agreement between the three

powers.

258 Mr. Seward to Mr. May 26 Restitution decreed in the case of the La-

Adams.

buan.

260 -.-.-.do..

May 28 Effects of reopening of ports. Prospects

of the war, and course of foreign na-

tions in regard to it. The interests of

all maritime nations connected with our

own. The relations of slavery to the

contest.

261 ...do...

May 29 The case of the Emily St. Pierre...

263 ..do....

May 31 The case of the Emily St. Pierre.....

264 .do.

June 2 . Position of military affairs

266

do....

June 2 Purchases of arms and military supplies in

England by the insurgents.

271

.do..

June i Mexican affairs

272 .do.

June 9 Naval and military events...

273 .do..

June

9 The case of the Emily St. Pierre..

174 Mr. Adams to Mr. June 13 Transmitting correspondence with Earl

Seward.

Russell in case of the Emily St. Pierre:

175

.....do...--

June 18 Case of the Emily St. Pierre. A similar

case during the administration of Presi.

dent Adams.

Correspondence with Earl Russell in regard

to prohibition of export of saltpetre.

176 do..

June 20 Conversation with Earl Russell on progress

of the war.

275 | Mr. Seward to Mr. June 23 The United States ship-of-war Saginaw or-

Adams.

dered away from Hong Kong, Cbina.

277 .do:... June 24 Progress of military and naval affairs

179 Mr. Adams to Mr. June 26 Continuance of efforts to break the block-

Seward.

ade.

180 ......do..

June 26 Diminution of the cotton supply. Its

results.

281 Mr. Seward to Mr. June 26 Nassau used as a place of deposit by the

Adams.

insurgents for munitions of war.

252 ......do..... June 27 Revival of commerce at New Orleans and

Memphis. Military events.

284 Mr. F. W. Seward June 30 Position of military affairs....

to Mr. Adams.

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1862.

182 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 3 The cotton supply. The condition and

Seward.

opinions of the British people.

287 Mr. Soward to Mr. July 5 Extreme advocates and opponents of

Adams.

slavery acting as if in concert to precip-

itate a servile war.

288 ...do...

July

7 | The military situation ...

290

..do.

July 8 Mexican treaty not ratified.

295

July 9 General Butler's order concerning the

women in New Orleans.

293 ..do...

July 9 Case of the Emily St. Pierre...

184 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 9 Transmitting correspondence relative to the

Seward.

fitting out of a new war steamer (the 290)

for the insurgents.

296 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 11 The guarantee of the isthmus of Panama to

Adams.

New Granada. The United States desire

to act in accord with the other powers

interested.

185 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 11 Increase of active sympathy with the re-

Seward.

bellion.

298 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 12 Military events and their effects......

Adams.

299

do..

July 12

Probable issue of letters of marque to sup-

press the piracy of the insurgents.

Circular

July 14 | Transmitting copy of President's message

to Congress on the subject of emanci.

pation.

186 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 17 Effect of news of battles before Richmond.

Seward.

Parliamentary proceedings.

187 ..do.

July 17 Transmitting correspondence in reference

to the repairs of the Tuscarora at South-

ampton.

188 ..do...

July 17 Transmitting correspondence in relation to

the Saginaw at Hong Kong.

189 .do.

July 17 | Communications between European powers

in regard to mediation in American

affairs.

191 .do.

July 18 Transmitting note from Earl Russell in re-

gard to the slave trade treaty, and pass-

ports for vessels legally employed.

303 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 18 The supply and export of cotton. Exaggera-

Adams.

tions of the amount destroyed. Inter-

vention will end the trade by extinguish-

ing the slave labor system.

306 .do...... July 24 Restrictions on trapshipment of certain

merchandise at New York.

194 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 27 Correspondence with Earl Russell relative

Seward,

to the case which occurred in 1799 simi.

lar to that of the Emily St. Pierre.

196 ......do...... July 25 Evidence in regard to the war steamer fit-

ting out at Liverpool for the insurgents,

(the 290.)--Efforts to induce the British

government to interpose for her deten-

tion.

308 | Mr. Seward to Mr. July. 28 The struggle in America considered in its
Adams.

relations to Europe. Purposes of the
Amcrican people. Consequences of in-
tervention.

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144

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1862.

312 Mr. Seward to Mr. July 31 Reply accepting propositious of Earl Russell

Adams.

in regard to slave trade treaty and pass-

ports for vessels.

197 Mr. Adams to Mr. July 31 Closing of Parliament. Desire generally

Seward.

entertained for the dismemberment of

the Union.

198 ......do...

July 31 | Further correspondence in regard to the

case of the Saginaw at Hong Kong.

199

July 3N Sailing of the 290, the British government

failing to take steps to detain her.

201

,do.

Aug.

1 Conversation with Earl Russell in regard

to use made of Nassan by the insurgents;

the cases of the Oreto and 290, and the

guarantee of the isthmus of Panama to

New Granada.

202 do..

Aug. 1 Appointments under the treaty for the sup.

pression of the slave trade.

314 Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 2 The true relations of the American conti-

Adams.

nent to Europe misunderstood abroad.

The inefficacy and disastrous consequences

of European interference in American

affairs.

316 ...do.

Aug. 4 Trade at New Orleans. The export of cotton.

318 ...do..

Aug. 4 | Approval of Mr. Adams's proceedings in re-

gard to the Tuscarora.

203 Mr. Adams to Mr. Aug. 7 Pursuit of the 290 directed to be made by

Seward.

the Tuscarora.

205 ......do.... Aug. 7 Transmitting Earl Russell's letter to Liver-

pool merchants about the uses made by

them of the port of Nassau.

19 Circular

Aug. 8 Advantages offered to emigrants by the

present condition of the United States.
18 ......do...... Aug. 8 No passports to be granted to persons liable

to military duty.

319 : Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 8 Reorganization and increase of the armies

Adams.

of the United States.

322 do.

Aug. 13 European intervention and its consequences.

Military events.

323

do...

Aug. 13

Satisfaction derived from just and friendly

proceedings of British government in re-

gard to the Oreto and Nassau.

324 ..do...

Aug. 14 The exclusion of American cruisers from

British ports in China.

326 ......do...... Aug. 15 Treasury regulations in regard to exporta-

tions from New York to Nassau.

20 Circular

Aug. 18 Foreign intervention. Policy of the United

States in regard to it. Necessary perma-

nence of the American Union. Foreign

interference useless and foreign domina-

tion impossible

327 Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 18 Withdrawal of the army of the Potomac

Adams.

from the peninsula.

208 Mr. Adams to Mr. Aug. 22 Effect of American news. Publication of

Seward.

Earl Russell's reply to despatch No. 260.

210 ..do.

Aug. 22 Note to Earl Russell giving assent to his

proposition in regard to the treaty for

the suppression of the slave trade.

1862.

331 Mr. Seward to Mr. Aug. 25 Earl Russell's reply to Liverpool merchants

Adams.

received with satisfaction.

211 Mr. Adams to Mr. Aug. 29

Italian affairs. English sympathy with the

Seward.

Garibaldi movement.

214 ..do.... Sept. 4 Conversation with Earl Russell in regard

to vessels endeavoring to violate the

blockade.

.216 ......do...... Sept. 4 Earl Russell's acknowledgment of response

to his suggestion about the treaty for the

suppression of slave trade.

219 ..do..

Sept. 5 Case of the Oreto..

336 Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 8 Position of military affairs..

Adams.

221 Mr. Adams to Mr. Sept. 12 Distress in the manufacturing districts.

Seward.

Public sentiment in Great Britain.

340 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 13 Evidence in regard to the Oreto and the

Adams.

Florida.

341 .do..

Sept. 15

Retreat of insurgents from the border of

the loyal States.

345 .do.... Sept. 15 Italian and Mexican affairs

347 ..do..

Sept. 15 The cotton trade in New Orleans

349 ..do.

Sept. 15

The great battle of Antietam

351

.do.

Sept. 17

Relations with Japan. ...

353 ......do.

19 Correction of erroneous reports in regard

to a conversation between Mr. Adams

and Lord Palmerston.

Circular

Accompanying the President's proclama-

tion of warning to the insurrectionary

States.

356 Mr Seward to Mr. Sept. 23 The case of the Oreto ....

Adams.

24 Circular

Sept. 25 Regulations respecting passports .....

225 Mr. Adams to Mr. | Sept. 25 Mr. Dayton's course. State of public sen-

Seward.

timent. The Italian question.

227 ..do...

Sept. 26 The case of the 290, (Alabama)

359 Mr Seward to Mr. Sept. 26 Gradual exhaustion of the insurgent States.

Adams.

The insurrection passing its crisis. The

President's warping.

360 ...do..... Sept. 30 Colonization....

Mr. Moran to Mr. Sept. 30 The pirate Alabama

Seward.

229 Mr. Adams to Mr. Oct. 3 State of public opinion in Europe. The

Seward.

cotton supply.

230 ..do.

Oct. 3 The depredations committed by the pirate

Alabama. Kemonstrance addressed to

Earl Russell.

362 Mr: Seward to Mr.

Oct.

4 Position of military and naval affairs.....

Adams.

367 ..do...

Oct. 10 Approval of Mr. Adams's proceedings in

regard to the 290, (Alabama.)

368 do...

Oct. 10 Failure of the projected invasion of the

loyal States by the insurgents. Rumors

of intervention. The Union to be main-

tained at all hazards.

237 | Mr. Adams to Mr. Oct. 10 The President's proclamation of warning.

Seward.

Speeches of English statesmen.

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GREAT BRITAIN--Continued.

1862.

238 Mr. Adams to Mr. Oct. 10 Transmitting further correspondence with

Seward,

Earl Russell in regard to the outfit of

vessels in English ports for the insur-

gents.

369 Mr. Seward to Mr. Oct. 13 | Referring to preceding despatches

Adams.

372 ...do..

Oct. 18 The attempted invasion of the loyal States

by the insurgents. Its failure. The

President's proclamation of. warning to

insurrectionary States.

373 ....do.

Oct.

20 Approval of Mr. Adams's remonstrance

against the fitting out of vessels for the

insurgents in English ports.

374 ......do...

Oct. 20 | The depredations of the 290, (Alabama)...

376 .do.

Oct. 21 Transmitting copy of despatch to Mr. Day.

ton..

378

do....

Oct. 25 | Approval of Mr. Adams's reply to Earl Rus-

sell.

379 .do.

Oct. 25 The President's proclamation. Progress

of military and naval operations.

381

......do....

Oct. 25 Transmitting communications from Mr.

Harvey in regard to the depredations of

piratical vessels.

382

do....

Oct. 27 Position of military affairs...

383 ..do...

Oct. 27 Resolutions of the New York Chamber of

Commerce in regard to pirates from

British ports.

212 | Mr. Adams to Mr. Oct. 16 Further correspondence in the case of the

Seward.

290, (Alabama.)

243 ......do...

Oct. 17 Speeches of Mr. Gladstone and Sir G. C.

Lewis. Lord Lyons's return. Indications

of English sentiment in regard to inter-

vention.

244 .do...

Oct. 23 The case of the 290, (Alabama).

248

Oct. 2+ Conversation with Earl Russell in regard

to American affairs. Position of Great

Britain in reference to intervention de-

fined.

249 ..do.

Oct. 28 Escapes from the blockade ....

250 -.do...

Oct. 28 Rumored instructions to Lord Lyons prior

to his departure. Possible complications

in European affairs arising from the

eastern question, the Greek insurrection,

&c.

253 ......do..

Oct. 30 Earl Russell declines a convention for the

emigration of free colored persons from

the United States to British colonies.

384 Mr. Seward to Mr. Oct. 30 Breach of international obligations by the

Adams.

British gunboat Bull Dog, in transport-

ing officers for the .290, (Alabama.)

385

Nov. 3 Position of military and naval affairs.

Case of the Blanche at Havana. The

emeute in the island of St. Vincent.

The piratical acts of the 290. The elec-

tions.

386 .do..

Nov. 3 Two vessels for the insurgents reported to

be in process of construction at Birken-

head.

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