Page images
PDF
EPUB

Sir M. H. Herbert to Mr. Foster.

BRITISH EMBASSY,

Washington, June 8, 1903. DEAR MR. FOSTER: With reference to my note to Mr. Hay of the 29th May, I received to-day from the British agent the inclosed detailed list of the documents the production of which he has already asked for. Yours, very truly,

MICHAEL H. HERBERT.

[Inclosure.) DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO THE TREATY OF 1825

BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA.

Originals of the following letters and documents:
Date.

U.S. Appendix. 1822. Nov. 2. Tuyll to Nesselrode...

112 Oct. 21. 1823. Nov. 3. Poletica to Nesselrode

132-7 1824. May 20. Lieven to Nesselrode..

177-9 June 1. 1824. May 21.

179 June 2. 1824. July 13.

185-6 July 25. Explanations with regard to contre projet...

205–6 1824. Sept. 19. Lieven to Nesselrode..

207 Oct.

1. 1825. Feb. 1. Contre projet submitted by S. Canning.

213-17 Feb. 13.

S. Canning's contre projet as altered and corrected by
Matusevich

218-23 1825. Feb. 20. Nesselrode to Lieven..

225 Mar. 3. 1825. May 8. Lieven to Nesselrode....

229-31 May 20. 1824. Feb. 20. Admiral Mordvinof to Nesselrode...

152-3 1824. Apr. 11. Nesselrode to Mordvinof.

166-9 1825. b. 17. Middleton to Adams..

224-5 Mar. 1.

The originals of the following papers relating to the Russian occupation up to the cession to

the United States in 1867, and set out in the Appendix to the United States case, pp. 251-323.

Date.

U. S. Appendix. 1829. Mar. 20. Governor Simpson to the manager of the RussianAmerican Company.

pp. 259-260 1829. Dec. 16. Hudsons Bay Company to Russian-American Company

260-261 1830. Feb. 27. Director Severin to the minister of finance..

161-2 1832. May 6. Report of the governor to the board of directors of the Russian-American Company.

264-5 1834. Apr. 28. Report of the governor of the board of directors of the Russian-American Company.

265-7 1835. Mar. 30. The governor of the Russian-American Company to

the commander of the schooner Chilkat, Second
Lieutenant Kuznetsoff

273-4 1835. Apr. 30. Baron Wrangell to board of directors of the RussianAmerican Company.

274-278

pp. 282-5

Date.

U.S. Appendir. 1835. Nov. 14. Report of the directors of the Russian-American Com

pany on the Dryad affair... 1836. Jan. 3. Board of directors of the Russian-American Company to the department of trade and manufactures...

289-291 1836. Mar. 12. The board of directors of the Russian-American Com

pany to the governor of the Russian-American col-
onies, Ivan Antonovich Kupreyanoff

291-2 1837. July 13. Mr. Milbanke to Count Nesselrode.

296-7 1838. Apr. 28. Count Nesselrode to Mr. Milbanke.

297-302 1838. Mar. 23. The governor of the Russian colonies in America to

the commander of the brig Chichagoff, Lieutenant
Zarembo.

302-3 1838. May 1. Report of the governor of the Russian colonies in America to the board of directors..

303 1838. Oct. 6. Mr. Milbanke to Count Nesselrode.

30+7 1838. Dec. 9. Count Nesselrode to Count Kankreen.

307-8 1838. May 1. Report of the governor to the general board of the Russian-American Company.

308-9 1839. June 23. Journal of correspondence, 1839, No. 3, kept during

the voyage in the Straits and the tour of inspection
to Redoubt St. Dionysius, from June 6, 1839, to June
23, 1839...

309 1839. Dec. 20. Report of the board of directors of the Russian-American Company.

309-11 1839. Jan. 4. Count Nesselrode to Count Kankreen..

312 1839, Apr. 20. Report of governor of Russian colonies in America to

the board of directors of the Russian-American
Company

312-13
Translation of the Russian memorandum marked A. A.
By S. N. Buynitsky

317-18 The originals of the following papers relating to United States occupation after the cexxion,

copies of which, or extracis from which, are set out in the Appendix to the United States case, pp. 345-510. Date. Military operations.

U. S. Appendix. 1903. Mar. 31. Report of Adjutant-General... 1867. Sept. 3. Instructions to Lieut. Col. Robert N. Scott.

346-7 1867. Nov. 12. Colonel Scott's report on the Indians, 1867, with inclosures.

347-353 1867. Sept. 6. General Davis's instructions

353-4 1868. May 27. Reports from General Davis.

354-8 1869. Sept. 27. Report of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas.

358-9 1875. June 30. General Howard's tour in Alaska

359-60 Operations of the Navy. 1903. Apr. 6. Acting Secretary of the Navy to the Secretary of State. pp. 361 1869. Jan. 7. Richard W. Meade, jr., commanding U.S. S. Saginaw,

to Rear-Admiral T. T. Craven, commanding North
Pacific Squadron...

362 1869. Feb. 1. Richard W. Meade, jr., commanding U. S. S. Saginaw,

to Rear-Admiral T. T. Craven, commanding North

Pacific Squadron.... 1873. July 31. A. M. Pennock, rear-admiral commanding U.S. Naval

Force on North Pacific Station, to Hon. George M.

Robeson, Secretary of the Navy, and note A.... 1873. Aug. 31. A. M. Pennock, rear-admiral commanding U. S. Naval

Force on North Pacific Station, to Hon. George M.
Robeson, Secretary of the Navy, and note A....

363 1881. Apr. 28. Capt. L. A. Beardslee to the Secretary of the Navy and inclosures.

373-77 1881. Mar. 3. Mr. Woodworth to Commander Glass.

377 1881. Apr. 6. Commander Glass to the Secretary of the Navy, with inclosures ..

378 1881. May 6. The Secretary of the Navy to Commander Glass

378 1881. May 9. Commander Glass to the Secretary of the Navy.

379 1881. July 9. Commander Glass to the Secretary of the Navy, with report of G. C. Hanus...

379-381

Pp. 345-6

pp. 382

Date.
Operations of the Navy.

U. S. Appendix. 1881. Sept. 8. Commander Lull to the Secretary of the Navy.. 1884. July 11. Commander Coghlan to the Secretary of the Navy 382-3 1884. Sept. 20. Commander Nicholls to the Secretary of the Navy and note a

383 1886. June 8. Commander Nicholls to the officer of detail and note b. 383 1886. Dec. 21. Mr. Hahn and others to Governor Swineford...

384 1887. May 18. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to the Secretary of the Navy

384-7 1887. May 23. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to Governor Swineford

387-8 1887. May 24. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to the Secretary of the Navy

388 1887. June 1. Governor Swineford to Lieutenant - Commander Newell.

388 1887. June 1. Governor Swineford to Lieutenant - Commander Newell...

389 1887. June 21. Governor Swineford to Lieutenant - Commander Newell, inclosing letter of Max Pracht.

389-390 1887. June 23. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to Governor Swineford.

390 1887. June 16. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to the Secretary of the Navy

391-2 1887. June 16. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to the Secretary of the

Navy, inclosing report of Lieutenant McCrackin's
trip over Chilcoot trail, with Exhibits A and B ....

392-5 1887. June 20. Lieutenant-Commander Newell to Governor Swineford

395 1888. Mar. 1. Mr. Grant to Lieutenant-Commander Newell.

395-6

66

pp. 396

[ocr errors]

pp. 397-8

The original logs of United States naval vessels on duty in Alaskan waters, from which the

following extracts have been taken: 1873. July 31. Log of the United States flagship Saranac, second rate,

13 guns, under the command of Capt. Thomas S.

Phelps, U. S. Navy. 1881. Aug. 23. Log of the U.S. S. Wachusetts, third rate, 7 guns, under Aug. 25. the command of Edward P. Lull, U. S. Navy.

397 Aug. 29.

Aug. 30. 1884. Apr. 22. Log of the U. S. S. Adams, third rate, 6 guns, under 1884. June 7. the command of Commander J. B. Coghlan, U. S. Navy

397 1885. May 20. Logs of the U. S. S. Pinta, fourth rate, 2 guns, under 1885. Dec. 24. the command of Lieutenant-Commander H. E. 1886. Apr. 25. Nichols, U. S. Navy 1886. Apr. 26. 1886. Apr. 27. 1886. May 3. 1886. May 7. 1886. May 16. 1886. May 18. 1886. May 31. 1886. June 4. 1886. June 18. 1887. May 31. Logs of the U. S. S. Pinta, fourth rate, 2 guns, under 1888. July 4. command of Lieutenant J. S. Newell, U. S. Navy.. p. 399 1890. Apr. 28. Log of the U. S. S. Pinta, fourth rate, under the com1890. Apr. 30. mand of Lieutenant-Commander 0. W. Farenholt, 1891. July 18. U. S. Navy...

399 The originals of the following letters from naval officers: Date.

U.S. Appendix. 1903. Mar. 13. H. M. Dombaugh, lieutenant-commander, U. S. Navy,

to the Chief of Bureau of Navigation ... 1903. Mar. 14. John W. Stewart, lieutenant, U. S. Navy, to Chief of Bureau of Navigation

P.

401 1903. Mar. 16. Admiral J. B. Coghlan to Secretary of the Navy.

pp. 399-400

Pp. 401-2

PP. 402-6

Date.

U.S. Appendix 1903. Mar. 28. G. T. Emmons, lieutenant, U. S. Navy, retired, to the

Secretary of the Navy.. 1903. Apr. 6. H. C. Taylor, rear-admiral, U. S. Navy, to the Secretary of the Navy....

p. 407 EXERCISE OF JURISDICTION IN ALASKA BY JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES.

P. 407

p. 407

The original of the following letter: 1903. Apr. 13. The Attorney-General to the Secretary of State . The original court record and other original papers or books referring to the following codes

alleged to have been tried before U. S. tribunals in Alaska: Date.

U.S. Appendix. 1887. United States v. John (an Indian) 1888. United States v. Charles (an Indian)

408 1889. United States v. Frank Gudmamen.

408 United States v. Robert Obman..

408 1890. United States v. John Bjerkland.

408 1891. United States v. George Chartrich. 1892. United States v. Tom (an Indian). 1892. United States v. John Wade....

409 1892. United States v. M. V. Sharp

409 1893. United States v. John Dalton.

409 1894. United States v. Jack McGlotchlin

409 1894. United States v. An-ta-Yache..

409 1894. United States v. Go-na-Kah

409 1894. United States v. Soun-Doo....

409

PP. 408-9 P. 109

Date.

pp. 410-13

[ocr errors]

The originals of the following letters and depositions:

U. S. Appendix. 1892. July 25. Examiner Dougall to the Attorney-General.. 1903. Mar. 23. Deposition of William Moore

413-17 1903. Mar. 23. Deposition of J. Bernard Moore, and notice.

417-22 1903. Mar. 24. Deposition of Robert Wright.

422-5 1903. Mar. 25. Deposition of Joseph Carr.

425-7 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of Don-a-wak.

427-8 1903. Mar. 27. Letters, memorandum, and appointment certified to by W. J. Hills, by J. J. Clarke.

429-30 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of John Don-a-wak. 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of Edward Armstrong 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of E. B. Clark.

431-6 1903. Mar. 26. Deposition of S. Hall Young.

436-7 1903. Mar. 26. Deposition of Lewis L. Williams, and attached papers marked A, B, C, D, and E.

438- 441 1903. Mar. 26. Deposition of In-da-Yonk

441-2 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of George Kostrometinoff 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of George Shortridge. 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of Klanot... 1903. Mar. 27. Deposition of Stephen E. York

446 ENFORCEMENT OF REVENUE LAWS AND EXERCISE OF AUTHORITY BY TREASURY

OFFICIALS.
The originals of the following letters, reports, and documents:

U.S. Appendix. 1903. Apr. 10. The Acting Secretary of the Treasury to the Secretary of State

p.

447 1898. Sept. 15. The Secretary of the Treasury to the Secretary of

State
Memorandum relating to the establishment and main-

tenance of the United States customs service in
southeastern Alaska, as shown by the records of

the Treasury Department
1868. Apr. 8. Report from Acting Collector Dodge, and accompany-
ing documents...

448-452 1868. Dec. 15. Extract from letter of Collector Ketchum to the Secretary of the Treasury

16 452-3

p. 443 pp. 4445 p. 445

Date.

pp. 447-448

Date.

pp. 453-5

p. 460

pp. 460-1 p. 461

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

U. S. Appendix. 1880. Mar. 12. Report of Special Agent W. G. Morris, of March 12,

Mar. 27. 1880, and of the collector at Sitka, March 27, 1880,
Apr. 2.

and the Department's letter of April 2, 1880 1880. Apr. 7. Letter, H. F. French to collector of customs, Sitka P. 455 1881. Jan. 1. Feb. 19.

Letters of January 1 and February 19, 1881, to the col-
Nov. 5.

lector at Sitka, and the latter's reports of November
1882. Aug. 9.
5, 1881, and August 9, 1882...

456 1890. July 12. Reports of July 12, 1890, from collector at Sitka, and Aug. 19.

Department's letter of August 19, 1890, to that officer. pp. 457-v 1891. Oct. 23. Letter, John J. Healy to the governor of Alaska .

458-9 1894. Feb. 23. Collector at Sitka to Secretary of Treasury

P: 1894. Mar. 8. Acting Secretary to collector at Sitka..

460 1895. Mar. 29. Collector at Sitka to Secretary of Treasury 1895. Apr. 12. Acting Secretary to collector.. 1895. Apr. 13. Newspaper clipping..

461 1881. Dec. 7. Extracts from report of William Gouverneur Morris,

special Treasury agent, Alaska, to the Secretary of
the Treasury

pp. 461-70 1877. Aug. 12. 1869. Jan. 5. Reports of officers of the United States Revenue 1877. Nov. 12. Marine...

470_4 1879. Sept. 11. Letters from officers of the Revenue-Cutter Service.. 474-9 The originals of the following reports, relating to schools, census, and control of the Indians, and mining locations on the mainland: Date.

U.S. Appendix. 1903. Apr. 13. The Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of State. p. 479 1898. Sept. 16. The Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of State. pp. 479–80 1898. Sept. 15. The Commissioner of Education to the Secretary of the Interior

480-1 1898. Sept. 15. Rev. Sheldon Jackson to the Secretary of State. * 481–2 1884. Oct. 1. Extracts from reports of the governors of Alaska.. 482-7 1886. Oct. 1. 1888. Oct. 1. 1890. Oct. 1. 1892. Oct. 1.

Report of the Rev. Sheldon Jackson, D. D., upon the
condition of education in Alaska, 1881..

288-9 Census of Alaska Indians, 1880. Census of Alaska 489-90

Indians, 1890. Statement from the Commissioner
of the General Land Office..

492-4 The originals of the entries referred to in abstract of

mineral locations in the vicinity of Lynn Canal,
1885 to 1895..

494-5 Deposition of Rev. Sheldon Jackson.

495-6 List of post-offices in Alaska: 1903. April 8. Letter, Postmaster-General to the Secretary of State

with inclosed list of post-offices.. Originals of the following miscellaneous letters and documents: 1867. Oct. 14. Letter of General Aide-de-Camp Crabh. 1903. April 16. Mr. Titmann to the Secretary of State.

529-30 1903. April 17. Deposition of Herbert G. Ogden

530-2 1903. April 16. Deposition of W. C. Hodgkins.

532-4 1903. April 16. Deposition of A. L. Baldwin...

535-7 1903. April 17. Deposition of John Adolph Flemer.

537-8 1900. June 21. Mr. Titmann to the Secretary of State, and inclosed petition

539-40 1903. April 13. Mr. Titmann to the Secretary of State, inclosing affi

davit of Lindenkole, and letters exchanged in 1867 with Hon. W. H. Seward, Secretary of State, and the assistant in charge of the Coast Survey, respecting the map of Northwestern America, compiled for Department of State at the Coast Survey Office in 1867

540-2

66

p. 496

pp. 522–3

« PreviousContinue »