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No. From whom and to whom.
expenses ; correspondence on the subject with
posal for an annual settlement of such accounts.
1880. $u2 ......do
Jan. 23 No. 139. Mormon emigration to the United States;
correspondence with the foreign office on the
probable consequences of violating the law.
acknowledging receipt of foregoing; British
riages. 324 ......do
Mar. 25 No. 432. Extradition expenses; method of settling
accounts of; approval of the plan proposed by
proviso that payment shall be made on the spot. 315 Mr. Hoppin to Mr. Evarts.. Mar. 27 No. 166. Mormon emigration; correspondence with
the consul at Liverpool concerning a departure
to give the promised warning.
No. 180. The United States ship Constellation.
carrying Irish relief supplies, subjected to cus-
vessel and cargo. ....do
May 1 No. 184. Action of the customs authorities at
Queenstown toward the Constellation, carrying
the Queenstown officers mistakenly acted.
Anderson. (Vide volume Foreign Relations for
1879, pages 435 and 446.) .do
June 17 No. 19. The supplies stored during the British
Arctic Expedition of 1875 and 1876 to be placed
649 and 650.)
pressed at the candor of the British government !
in acknowledging that the action of the Calcutta
lations for 1879, pages 435 and 446.)
India ; foreign vessels not allowed to convey i
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BRITISH LEGATION IN WASHINGTON.
1879. 312 Mr. Sewardto Sir E. Thornton. Aug. 9 Depredations committed by northern Indians in
the Yellowstone Valley. do
Aug. 12 Intrusion of Canadiani fishermen upon shores of
Lake Ontario; iuvestigation by Canadian gov
glad to know whether the United States Gov.
tervention between the belligerents.
law passed by Colombian legislature relative to; objection to third article of that law on the part of Her Majesty's minister at Bogota, who believes that it is based on the terms of a convention between the minister of the United States at Bogotá and the late Colombian secretary for foreign affairs; Sir Edward desires to be informed
whether this government has ratified that con1
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BRITISI LEGATION IN WASHINGTON--Continued.
From whom and to whom.
1879. 316 Mr. Evarts to Sir E. Thorn- Sept. 16 Custody of ships' papers ; convention concluded ton.
by United States minister at Bogotá relative to,
not yet formally approved. 317 ......do
Sept. 24 South American war; mediation in the direction
of peace; co-operation with Great Britain and
erents are prepared to receive them.
sioners satisfied that territories referred to in
States territory, copy of approved report of
privy council of Canada transmitted. 320
Oct. 22 Canadian fishermen; encroachments by, within
the jurisdiction of the United States on the
port of privy council of Canada transmitted. 321 Mr. Evarts to Sir E. Thorn- Oct. 28 Incroachments by Canadian fishermen within ton.
United States jurisdiction; gratification at
thereto. 322 Sir E. Thornton to Mr.
Nov, 4 Moorish protection : proposed conference at Ma-
drid ; views of this government requested. 323 ...do
Nov. 14 Mexican customs regulations; imprisonment of
captain of American steamer Newbern for
tions above referred to transmitted.
men upon the Crow reservation in Moutana
British half-breeds and Sitting Bull's men;
tions for 1879, pages 488 and 496.1
captain of American steamer Newbern for
monstrate against them.
archives of the United States relating to ques.
this government in giving access to. 328 ......do
Dec. 13 Jews in Morocco; irregular protection afforded by
diplomatic and consular agents of foreign
sentatives of the powers concerned at Madrid. 329 Mr. Hay to Sir E. Thornton. Dec. 20 Nicaragua and Great Britain ; application of the
former government for certain docnments in the
United States at Vienna.
grounds of, by American schooner Emily Ste-
dian commissioner of fisheries transmitted.
international policy to allow the life-saving ap-
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BRITISH LEGATION AT WASHINGTON-Continner.
No From whom and to whom.
1880. 332 Mr. Evarts to Sir E. Thorn. Feb. 19 Incursions of Sioux Indians from Canada into ton.
United States territory; attention of British
Government called thereto. ...do
Feb. 27 Indian raids; co-operation of Canadian Govern.
ment solicited. do
Feb. 28 Transportation of merchandise to, from, and
through Canada ; regulations governing same. .....do
Mar. 13 Foreign protection of native Moors; conference
to be held at Madrid for consideration of; Mr.
act as the representative of this government.
ports: representation by the committee of
to; incendiarism the alleged canse. 333 Sir E. Thornton to Mr.
American cattle; transit of, through Canada from
one American port to another; report of a com-
mitted. 379 ......do
Apr. 23 Collisions at sea; international regulations for
prevention of; Great Britain has decided, in
transmitted. 340 ......do
May 14 Relief for Ireland; visit of Constellation; thanks
of British Government for. 341 Mr. Evarts to Sir E. Thorn: May 25 Canadian fisheries ; alleged trespass by the
schooner Emily Stephenson. .do
June 8 American cattle; purchase of, by Canadians, for
breeding purposes; proposed modification by
structed. 343 Sir E. Thornton
to Mr. June 9 Importation of American cattle into Canada for Evarts.
breeding purposes. 344 ......do
June 12 Commission of liquidation for settlement of Egyp
tian debt; text of Khedival decree; course
of Charleston and New Orleans; proclamation
of governor of Louisiana transmitted. 346 Sir E. Thornton
to Mr. June 17 | Light-houses in the Bay of Port-au-Prince; erec-
tion of two, and the establishment of light-dues
ble in endeavoring to secure game.
on foreign-merchant vessels; this government
esty's Government for their modification.
ports; expresses gratification at the vigorous
ernor's proclamation of May 14, 1880. 249 ......do
June 28 Kentucky cattle for breeding purposes; desire of
Canadians to purchase; copy of report of privy
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BRITISH LEGATION AT WASHINGTON-Continued.
From whom and to whom.
tions for prevention of; deemed advisable to
to the identic request of Great Britain, Austria,
solicitation of the Khedive's Government.
bunals; changes called for in the constitution
of August 14, 1879, in relation thereto transmit-
ante.) 354 ......do
Arctic discovery ship Resolute: writing-table
of the United States.
receipt of Mr." Drummond's note of August 26,
tion of; general order No. 253, of the Navy De-
going and expressing gratification at action of
the Khedival Government for an international
upon the subject.
products to unlade at any ports within the Do-
for Canada. 360 ....do
Nov. 20 | Transportation of merchandise to, from, and
through the Dominion of Canada: regulations
1879. 31 Mr. Evarts to Mr. Welsh ...
No. 347.--Fortune Bay claims: Alleged outrage
upon American fishermen at Fortune Bay, New.
nesses; detailed statements of claims.
sent to foreign office.
ment instructing him to ask the Marquis of Sal-
Fortune Bay claims; no reply yet received. * .....do
Nov. 25 No. 112.-Lord Salisbury expresses his regret at
being unable, as yet, to give a reply to the For
tune Bay claims. .....do
Nov. 28 No. 113.- Transmits Lord Salisbury's formal an.
swer to inquiry as to when a reply to Mr. Evarts
No. 347 to Mr. Welsh may be expected.
1880. * Mr. Evarts to Mr. Hoppin... Feb. 5 Telegram : Asto when an answer may be expected
in matter of Fortune Bay claims. * Mr. Hoppin to Mr. Evarts... Feb. 7 No. 143.-Receipt of above telegram acknowl.
edged; further inquiry at foreign office and re
Feb. 10 No. 147.–Noanswer yet received from foreign office ..do
Feb. 14 No. 150.-Regret of Her Majesty's Government
at unavoidable delay in answering note in rela
tion to Fortune Bay claims.
Feb. 14 Paragraph from "London Times" transmitted 2. Ur. Evarts to Mr. Hoppin... Feb. 26 Telegram: Regret at possibility of still further de
lay. Vr. Hoppin to Mr. Evarts... Feb. 27 No. 156.-Acknowledging receipt of above...... 24 ......do
Mar. 9 No. 163.-Report of law officers of the Crown now
received. * ......do
6 No. 170.— Transmitting communication from Lord
Salisbury unfavorable to Fortune Bay claims. * Ir. Lowell to Mr. Evarts.... Oct. 28 No. 81.-Fortune Bay claims: correspondence
with foreign office transmitted.
clothing; concluding correspondence with the
Dec. 22 No. 86-American vessels changing their registry
to the Hawaiian flag. .do
Dec. 22 No. 87.–Proceedings against the bark Kalakaua
for smuggling opium ; confiscation of the ves.
ing tips of opium in firewood.
Dec. 22 No. 88.—Im nígration to Hawaii of cognate races
from Micronesia ; newspaper extracts in rela
tion thereto, transmitted.