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FOREIGN RELATIONS.

LIST OF PAPERS,
PAPERS, WITH THEIR

WITH THEIR SUBJECTS.

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1873. 7 Mr. Jay to Mr. Fish

Nov. 6 Opening of the Reichsrath. ...do

Dec. 24 Virginius affair 9 ......do

Dec. 20 The same subject..

1871. 16 do

Mar. 25 Ministerial crisis in Hungary... 1......dio

Mar. 26 Confessional laws presented to the Reichsrath, 12 ......do

Apr, 14

Naturalized American citizens cited to appear for

military service. 13 Mr. Fish to Mr. Jay

Apr. 29

Resignation of Baron Lederer as umpire to the

Spanish Claims Commission. 14 Yr. Delaplaine to Mr. Fish.. May 8 Prorogation of the Reichsrath ; confessional laws

and tinancial measures. 15

May 11

Declarations respecting the foreign policy of the

Empire. 16 ......do

May 25

Close of the sessions of the Delegations at Buda.

Pest; remarks of Count Andrassy; Austro

Hungarian budget. 17 ......do

May 26

Retirement of Baron Lederer as umpire of the

Spanish Claims Commission. do

July 17 International Sanitary Conference at Vienna.. 13 Nr. Fish to Mr. Delaplaine.. Aug. 21 Same subject; steps taken by the United States

to be represented at the Conference suspended

in consequence of the close of the sessions. Mr. Fish to Mr. Jay.... Sept. 2 Incloses correspondence respecting co-operation

with other powers in Japan, and the expedition

to Formosa 21 Yr. Cadwalader to Mr. Jay.. Oct. 5 Case of Josef Barts; circumstances under which

a naturalized citizen of the United States may

forfeit citizenship. Baron Lederer to Mr. Fish.. Mer. 30 International Sanitary Conference to be held at

Vienna; United States asked, if disposed, to

take part. Mr. Fish to Baron Lederer.. Apr. 30 Reply to the above inquiry..... 24 Barou Lederer to Mr. Fish.. June 16 Object and programme of the proposed Sanitary

(quarantine) Conference; oflicial invitation

tendered to the United States to send a delegate. .....do

Aug. 5

Close of the sessions of the Quarantine Conference:

representative from the United States longer necessary.

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1873. 26 Mr. Mathews to Mr. Fish ... Sept. 17 Death of Sidi Mohammed, Sultan of Morocco; ac.

cession of bis son Mulay Hassan ; precaution

against disturbances. do

Jan. 17 Official annonncement of the accession of Mulay

Hassan. 28 do

Feb. 11 Promise of the Sultan to discontinue the imposi

tion of tolls or gate-taxes on aniinals carrying
produce and merchandise; disturbances in cer-

tain parts of the empire reported. 29 ......do

July 9

Revolt of the mountaineers of Tangier ; quiet re

stored; arrival of war-vessels. 30 do

Aug. 24 Meeting of the foreign representatives to consider

the disturbed state of the province of Tangior;
joint note on the subject addressed to the min.
ister of foreigu affairs.

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TRIPOLI.

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1873. Mr. Vidal to Mr. Hunter.... Nov. 6 Suspected slare-traffic between Tripoli and Con.

stantinople; reports investigation on the subject.'

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June 30 Visit to the eastern part of Tripoli...

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Bill before the Belgian Chambers relative to emi.

grants.
Estradition law
Report of Mr. Wouters upon the question of ex:

tradition.
Joint resolution providing for the termination of

the treaty between the United States and Bell
gium, concluded July 17, 1858; instruction to

communicate it to the Belgian government.
Same subject ; note to Belgian government giving

notice of the termination of the treaty.
Same subject; note from the minister for foreign

affairs agreeing in the termination of the treaty
of July 17, 1838, with the United States on July
1, 1875,

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BRAZIL.

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1973. Mr. Partridge to Mr. Fish... Feb. 20

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Administration of estates of deceased American

citizens; treaty of 1828.

BRAZIL-Continued.

From whom and to whom.

Date.

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Mr. Partridge to Mr. Fish. Sept. 23 Brazilian budget. .....do

Oct. 10 Decision of the arbitrators in the claim of the

Earl of Dundonald.
Mr. Sbannon to Jr. Fish.... Nov. 24 Vote from the Argenüde government to the Bra-

zilian minister respecting its relations with

Brazil. 49 ......do

Nov. 30 Thanks of the Brazilian government for the ser

viers of the United States Jlinister in the Dun

1871. donald claim. 50 ......do

Jan. 15 Relations between Brazil and the Argentine Re

public. 51 ......do

Jan. 23 Riport upon the arming us the Argentine gov.

rament of the island of Martin Garcia.
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Feb. 12 New Brazilian tarift
Mr. Fish to Mr. Shannon. Feb. 21 The arning of the island of Martin Garcia; no

right to interfere with.
Mr. Shannon to Mr. Fish....' Mar. 1 Trial of the Bishop of Olinda; he is sentenced to

four years' hardt labor. Mr. «lge to Mr. Fish... Mar. 24 Complications between Brazil and the Argentino

Republic

April 9 Same albject ...do

April 16

Note to the Brazilian government respecting the

reduction of duty on imports from the United

States.
April 24 Complications between Brazil and the Argentine

Republic.
May 19

Railroad and steamship companies.. ....do

May 20 Opening of the Brazilian Legislative Chambers;

speech of the Emperor. ..do

Aug. 22 Rerunding by the United States to the government

of Brazil the money paid by the latter in the

matter of the Caroline .....do

Ang. 24 Termination of consnlar conventions between

Brazil and several European powers. Mr. Fish to Senhor Torreño June 26 Asking the appointment of a time for refunding de Barros

the money paid by Brazil in the matter of the 1

briy Caroline. Senbor Torreão de Barros to June 29 Appointment of a time for the purpose above Mr. Fish.

mentioned,

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1873. 1 Vr. Williamson to Mr. Fish. Sept. 14 Celebration of the fifty-second anniversary of the

independence of Central America; prospects

respecting a union of the States. .....do

Sept. 23

Failure of Palacios' rerolutionary movement

against Guatemala, Honduras, and Salvador. .....do

Sept. 28 Application of Swiss citizens to be married by the

United States minister; the question of civil
marriage; proposed exploration of the rivers

Usuniacinta, Motarun, and Potochie.
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Oct. 4 Civil rcarriages authorized in Guatemala among

foreigners. ....do

Oct. 6. Inclosing correspondence with the governor of

Guatemala respecting the bombardment of

Omoa hy the British man-of-war Niobe, ....do

Oct.
6 Marriage solemnized at the United States lega-

tion at Guatemala. 1

Oct. 12 Revolutionary movements
Oct. 18 Presentation of the United States minister's cre.

dentials to the President of Salvador. 2 .....do

Oct. 20 Banquet at San Salvador ; success of military oper.

ations against Honduras. 174 .....do

Yov. 2 Treaty between Guatemala, Salvador, and Nica

agua. 23

Nos, 5 Circular of the Costa Rican government.. .....do

Nov. 15 Political prospects of Honduras

Nov. 15 Reply to the circular of the Costa Ricau government .....d.)

Nov. 25 Circular of the government of Nicaragua
Nov. 26 Contrepce at Chingo respecting the presidency of

Honduras; proposed basis for the pacification of

the Central American States.
Dec.
3 Projecte i conference of the Presidents of the Cen.

tral American States.
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Dec. 10 Same subject; the President of Costa Rica ac

cedes to the proposal.

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