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dition required. Proposed recognition of Buenos
with Baron Pasquier. Influence of France at Madrid.
demnity for slaves. Powers and precedence.
pathy of the United States in the constitutional gov-
treatment of the just claims of the United States.
the courts of the United States. Ill feeling created by
Publication of Gallatin's letters. Subjects for instruc-
in South America. Asks for documents.
extra duties. The surcharge a prohibitory duty on
Emancipation as a right of war.
slave-trade. Reasons against. Right of search and
indebtedness to the institution. The Dartmouth
trade. Publication of instructions and comments.
Apollon and a pretended port of entry. The case of the
April 26. MEMORANDUM SENT to Hyde de NEUVILLE
Reciprocity the first principle in commercial negotia-
convention. A counter proposition. Reciprocity
discretion. Animosity of the British government and
to speak out. Comment on its features. The madness
tain Edou. His defence by Baron de Neuville insult-