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1884.
83 Mr. Davis to Mr. Beach (No. | Deo. 29 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos for

alleged complicity in a revolutionary movement
in Ecuador: Instructed to report facts and to

secure Mr. Santos an early bearing
84 Same to same (telegram).... Dec. 30 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: In-

structed to urge speedy and fair trial.

1885.
85 Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Davis Jan. 13 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Gov.
(telegram).

ernment of Ecuador claims Santos is an Ecua-
dorian, and wants proof of his American citizen.

ship.
86 Mr. Davis to Mr. Reinberg 'Jan. 17 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: De-
(telegram).

partment has record of his American citizen.
ship; inform Government of Ecuador, and re-

quest his release.
87 | Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Davis Jan. 20 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Case
(No. 97).

presented to Ecuadorian Government and re-
lease requested; Ecuador does not recognize
his American citizenship until proofs are sub
mitted ; correspondence between consul-general

and the governor of Guayas inclosed. 88 | Same to samo (telegram).... Jan. 25 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Con !

enl.general is referred to Government at Quito
or authorities at Manta for particulars ; release

refused.
89 Same to same (No. 98) ...... Jan. 27 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Charges not yet furnished; governor of Guayas
requested not to confiscato property until
charges are sustained ; request for release re-
peated : correspondence between Mr. Reinberg.
the governors of Guayas and Manabi, and Mr.

Santos, inclosed.
90 Mt. Davis to Mr. Reinberg Jan. 28 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: In-
(telegram).

structed to report immediately by telegraph

upon case.
91 Mr. Beach to Mr. Davis (No. Jan. 31 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Im.
23).

mediate release demanded unless positive proof
of guilt exists; Ecuadorian authorities claim
that he has lost his American citizenship, and
has committed a "hated" crime against Ecua-
dor: correspondence with Ecuadorian officials

inclosed.
92 Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Davis Feb. 3 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :
(No. 99.)

Trial reported commenced; prison treatment
good; property confiscated; causes which have
prevented a specific report being forwarded;
United States naval vessel ordered to Guaya-
anil will do much to clear up case; report of
consular agent at Bahia, stating charges in-

closed.
93 Same to samo (No. 101) ..... Feb. 15 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Ar.

rival of the United States steamer Wachusett:
release again demanded; President of Ecuador
claims Santos is an Ecuadorian citizen, under
Article 2 of treaty of 1872, as he had returned to
and resided in Ecuador six years; articles of
treaty affecting subject cited; commander of
the Wachusett will see Mr. Santos to learn his
intention as to residence: Mr. Santos's state.
ment of his arrest and the confiscation of his

property inclosed.
94 Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Hon Feb. 24 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Dec.
ter (No. 104).

larations showing his intention to return to the

United States to live inclosed.
36 Mr. Hunter to Mr. Beach Feb. 28 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Sartos: AC-
(No. 24).

tion taken by Congress; President requested to
secure speedy and fair trial; instructed to make
every endeavor to secure Mr. Santos his treaty
rights, especially in matter of rebutting evi.
dence to show his intention to retain American

citizenship.
38 | Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Hun. Mar. 1 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santog: Mr.
ter (No. 105).

Santos interviewed; declaration as to his inten.

tion of citizenship inclosed. 97 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Reinberg Mar. 12 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: (telegram).

Further proofs of his intention to return to

United States desired.
98 Mr. Beach to Mr. Hunter Apr. 11 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos:
(No. 34).

Question of citizenship referred to Washing-
ton; correspondence with ministry of foreign

affairs of Ecuador inclosed.

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ECUADOR-Continued.

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1885.
99 Mr. Reinberg to Mr. Porter | Apr. 16 | Arrest and imprisoniaent of Julio R. Santos: Re-
(No. 117).

port of agent at Bahia touching treatment of
Mt. Santos in prison, and further declarations
showing his intention to retain his American cit.

izenship inclosed.
100 Same to same (No. 118)...... Apr. 17 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Further declarations affirming his intention to

return to the United States inclosed.
101 | Mr. Beach to Mr. Hunter Apr. 22 Arrest and imprisonment of Juliu R. Santos: All
(No. 35).

obtainable evidence touching citizenship inten-
tior forwarded to Washington ; complaints of
Mr. Santos and replies of Ecuadorian author.

ities inclosed.
102 Mr. Reir berg to Mr. Porter ' Apr. 30 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos:
(No. 120).

Additional declarations showing intention to

retuun to the United States to live inclosed.
103 | Mr. Bayard to Mr. Beach May 1 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :
(No. 30).

Ictention to return to United States satisfac-
torily established ; treaty provision in respect
of two years' residence discussed ; question of
citizenship no longer debatable; protection of
Mr. Santog's rights insisted upon; no further
delav in doing him justice will be permitted :
opinion of law officei of Department and affida.
vits touching Mı. Santos's intention to return

to United States inclosed.
104 1 Same to same (telegram) ... May 5 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Citizenship established and not debatable. 105 Mr. Reicberg to Mr. Porter

Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : 1 (No. 121).

Telegram ot May 5 acknowledged. 106 Mi. Porter to Mr. Beach May 8 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : (No. 34).

Reterence or question of citizenship to Wash

ington; question noi debatable. 107 | Mr. Bayard to Mr. Beach, May 15 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Per(telegram).

missjon granted Santos to come to the United

States; instructed to assist hie departure. Mı. Reinberg to Mr. Porter

Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Ad(No. 122).

ditional declarations showing intention to re

turn tc Urited States inclosed. 109 Same to same (No. 123)...... May 29 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Per

mission to go to United States not yet re

ceived. 110 Same to same (No. 125)...... May 29 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Per

mission to go to United States; bail must first

be guaranteed. 111 Mr. Beach to Mr. Porter (No. June 12 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R Santos: In.

terview witb President of Ecuador on ques.

tion of citizenship.
112 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Beach June 17 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Ne |
(No. 42).

gotiatione with minister of Ecnador; arrange.
ment proposed by tim for Santos' release; de.
lay of Government of Ecuador in acting upon
agreement reached; points raised by Ecuador :
correspondence with Ecuadorian minister re-
viewed; sufficient delay having been granted
Ecuador to accept arrangement, demand for
prompt trial or liberation will be renewed: mis.
non of the Wachusett; letter to Secretary of

the Navy inclosed.
113 Same to samo (telegram).... June 25 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: If

released he ray return on Iroquois; letter to be
withheid pending action by Ecuadorian Con.

gress.
114 | Mr. Hunter to Mr. Beach July 6 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: His
(telegram).

pardon announced; telegraph if liberated.
115 Mi. Beach to Mr. Porter July 10 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: No-
(No. 52).

tice of pardon received: formalities will cause
a slight delay in his liberation.

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(telegram). | Mi. Beach to Mr. Porter July 17

(No 57). mi. Bayard to Mr. Beech | July 29

(telegram). Mi. Beach 'to Mr. Bayard July 30

(telegram). 120 Mi. Beach to Mr. Porter July 31

(No. 62). 121 Mr. Beach to Mr. Bayard Aug. 11

(telegram).

lease ordered.
Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Re-

peate telegrams.
Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Asks whether he has been released.
Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

His release reported.
Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Nothing heard from him, but release reported.
Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Release confirmed.

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF ECUADOR AT WASHINGTON.

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1885. Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard May 13 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Ar(telegram).

rival of Ecuadorian minister; requests suspen.

sion of proceedings until he is heard from. 123 | Mr. Bayard to Señor Flores. May 14 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Ecuadorian minister invited to examine corre

spondence. 124 Señor Flores to President of May 15 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: ReEcuador (telegram).

quests permission for Mr. Santos to come to

United States, reserving question of citizenship. 125 Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard May 23 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Re

port made to his Government of conference of

May 15 summarized; its confirmation requested. 126 | Mr. Bayard to Señor Flores. May 25 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Con

firms his report of conference of May 15. 127 | Same to same...............

May 27

Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Re.

ply to telegram of May 15 desired.
128 Senior Flores to Mr. Bayard. May 30 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: AC-

ceptance of office in Ecuador by Mr. Santos;
asks if this be proven whether United States
will change its decision respecting citizenship;
points of agreement of May 15; delay in its ex-
ecntion until proofs from Ecuador are submit-

ted requested.
129 Mr. Bayard to Señor Flores. June 1 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Posi-

tion of the United States; American citizen.
ship established; delay in execution of agree-
ment of May 15 consented to; responsibility

assumed in asking it.
130 Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard. June 2 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Re-

quest for delay in execution of agreement of
May 15 withdrawn; reasons why an answer to
telegram of that date has not been received:
conditions exacted by Ecuadorian constitution
in granting pardons; no proofs of citizenship

will be presented.
131 President of Ecuador to June 24 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : Par.
Señor Flores (telegram).

don will be asked of Ecuadorian Congress.
132 Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard.. June 26 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos:

President of Ecuador will request of Congress
his pardon; suspension of proceedings request.

ed pending action by that body.
133 Same to same (telegram)... July 4 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Par.

don announced.
Same to same (telegram)... July 4 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Re.

quests the withdrawal of the Iroquois from

Payta. 135 Mr. Bayard to Señor Flores.. July 4 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Iro

quois will be withdrawn.
136 Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard.. Aug. 6 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos: Rea-

sons why Ecuador claimed Mr. Santos as a citi.
zen of that country; Ecuador claims affidavits
showing intention to return to United States
lack attesting force; reasons stated; similar
cases cited and opinions of Secretaries of State
quoted ; asks that question of citizenship be
submitted to arbitration; trial proceedings in-

closed.
137 | Mr. Porter to Señor Flores. Aug. 15 Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos : AC-

knowledges note of August 6.

1886.
138 Señor Flores to Mr. Bayard. Aug. 31 Arrest and imprisonnient of Julio R. Santos :

Calls attention to errors and omissions in corre-
spondence transmitted to Congress; original
text of telegram of May 15, 1885, discussed ; law
of Ecuador regarding passports and evidence

in case of Santos inclosed.
Saine to same.

Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos:

System of passports in Ecuador; order forbid.

ding departure of any one withont a passport. 140 Mr. Bayard to Señor Flores. Dec. 21 | Arrest and imprisonment of Julio R. Santos :

Correspondence on question of citizenship re-
viewed ; question reserved but not waived; no
reason for further discussion; original text of
telegram of May 15, 1885, discussed.

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FRANCE

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1886.
141 | Mr. Bayard to Mr. McLane | Jan. 13 Liberia and France : Reported negotiation of
(No. 67).

treaties by commander of French gunboat with
pative chiefs within Liberian territory; instruct
ed to inquire whether there is any foundation for
report, and whether so-called treaty is in dis-
paragement of Liberia's rights; dispatch from

minister to Liberia inclosed.
142 Mr. McLane to Mr. Bay- Feb. 3 Madagascar and France: Treaty between en-
ard (No. 155).

closed ; France assumes protectorate over whole
island; governmental powers divided : foreign
governments to communicate through a French
resident: Frenchmen accorded same rights as

natives; island will ultimately become French. 143 | Mr. Vignaud to Mr. Bayard June 15 | Citizenship status of Victor Labroue, born of a pat(No. 23+).

uralized American at Bordeaux: French law re-
quires that he shall have a certificate from the
dipiomatic agent of the country of which he
claims citizenship; in view of former action of
Department certificate refused; instructions

asked; French law inclosed.
144 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Vignaud Ja Citizenship status of Victor Labroue: Facts
(No. 137).

stated; opinion in similar case cited; Labrono
may elect American citizensbip on reaching his
majority by coming to United States; otherwise

he will be considered French.
145 | Mr. Bayard to Mr. McLane July 12 | Liberia and France : Reported negotiation of trea-
(Vo. 142).

ties by commander of French gunboat with
native chiefs within Liberian territory; in-
structed to report whether proceedings are
sanctioned by French Government; dispatch

from minister to Liberia inclosed.
146 | Mr. Vignaud to Mr. Bayard | Aug. 23 | Liberia and France : Reported negotiation of
(No. 267).

treaties by commander of French gunboat
with native chiefs within Liberian territory:
Correspondence with foreign office inclosed :
facts have not the character attributed to them.

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF FRANCE AT WASHINGTON.

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1886. 147 | Mr. Roastan to Mr. Bayard . Apr. 28 Madagascar and France : Claims for damager gof

fered during conflict between ; notice to present

claims inclosed.
148 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Ronstan. May 10 Madagascar and France: Claims for damages suf-

fered during conflict between; acknowledges
note of Arpil 28.

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GERMANY.

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1885.
149 Mr. Pendleton to Mr. Bayard Nov. 16 Expulsion of foreigners from Germany: Speech
(No. 110).

of Austrian premier, admitting right of Ger-
many to refuse sojourn to foreigners, and newe-

paper comment inclosed.
150 Same to same (No. 114)...... Nov. 16 Expulsion of naturalized American citizens :

1 Newspaper article inclosed.
151 Same to same (No. 142)...... Dec. 25' Expulsion of naturalized Americans from the isl.

and of Föhr: Names given; cases reviewed
separately by Germany; persons affected not

allowed to remain; protest entered; corre.

1866. spondence with foreign office inclosed. 152 Same to Samo (No. 154)..... Jan. 8 Expulsion of naturalized Americans : Note from

Connt Bismarck claiming right of Germany to

exclude persons under treaty of 1868 inclosed. 153 Same to same (No. 188) ..... Feb. | Imprisonment of Charles L. George, at Strasburg,

charged withovading military service : German
Government claim that treaty of 1868 does not
apply to Alsace and Lorraine, and deny ill.
treatment of George; question of citizenship
discussed ; law concerning loss and acquisition
of nationality in Germany quoted ; correspond.
once with foreign office inclosed.

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1886.
154 Same to same (No. 193) ..... Feb. 8 Expulsion of C.H.G.J. F. Burmeister, a natural.

ized American, from Prussia: Facts stated; por-
mission asked that he be allowed to remain until

July 1; note to foreign office inclosed.
155. Mr. Bayard to Mr. Pendle- 1 Mar. 10 | Expulsion of C. H. G. J. F. Barmeister from Prus-
ton (No. 104.)

818 : If dates given by Mr. Burmeister are cor-
roct, he had not resided in the United States
long enough to become a citizen ; case therefore

not a proper one for presentation.
156 | Mr. Pendleton to Mr.Bayard Mar 23 | Threatened espulsion from Prussia of Knud N.
(No. 214.)

Knudsen, a naturalized American : Noto to for.
eign office stating facts and asking that order of

expulsion may not be issued inclosed.
157 Same to same (No. 218) ..... Mar. 29 Expalsion of i. H. G. J. F. Burmeister from

Prussia: Error made in giving date of emigra.
tion : year shonld be 1880 instead of 1881 ; Bar.

meister has returned to United States.
158 Same to same (No. 219) ..... Mar. 29' Imprisonment of Charles L. George at Strasburg

for evasion of military duty: Germany refuses
to recognize his American citizenshipand claims
that by virtue of French law of 1851 George was
a French citizen, and became a German subject

by the acquisition of Alsace - Lorraine; note

Į from foreign office inclosed.
159 Same to same (No. 244) ..... Apr. 16 Expulsion of C. H. G. J. F. Burmeister from

Prussia : Suspension of order of expulsion re-
fused. Note from foreign office giving reasons
therefor, and Mr. Pendleton's reply, expressing

dissent of United States, inclosed.
160 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Pendleton Apr. 27 Imprisonment of Charles L. George at Strasburg
(No. 124).

for evasion of military duty: Mr. George held
to be an American citizen; principles of law

affecting citizenship ; facts reviewed.
161 | Mr. Pendleton to Mr. Bayard | May 4 Islands in West Pacific Ocean : Declarations con-
(No. 255).

cerning reciprocal freedom of trade between
German and English possessions, and the bound.
aries of German and English jurisdiction in the

West Pacific Ocean inclosed.
162 Same to same (No. 346.)..... Nov. 29 | Political: Speech of Emperor on opening of

Reichstag inclosed.

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF GERMANY AT WASHINGTON.

1886. 163 Yr. ron Alvonsleben to Mr. Feb. 22 Annexation of Marshall, Brown, and Providence Bayard.

Islands by Germany announced.
164 Mr. Bayard to Mr. von Al. Mar. 4 Annexation of Marshall, Brown, and Providence
vensleben.

Islands by Germany: Acknowledges note of
February 22.

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GREAT BRITAIN.

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1886.
165 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps | May 11 Fisheries : Seizure by Canadian authorities of the
(No. 289).

Joseph Story and the David J. Adams, Amer.
ican fishing vessels; note to British minister of

May 10 inclosed.
166 Mr. Phelps to Mr. Bayard May 14 Unclaimed estates in England: Their existence
(No. 285).

impossible; belief in them fostered by designing

persons; no such estate as the Dalton estate. 167 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps May 21 Fisheries: Seizure by Canadian anthorities of the (No. 303).

David J. Adams, an American fishing vessel, foi
alleged violation of the Canadian customs act:
note to British minister of May 20, report of
consul-general at Halifax, stating facts and pro-
ceedings in connection with seizure, protest of
captain and depositions of captain and crew in.

closed.
168 Same to same (No. 310) ..... June 1 Fisheries: Act pending in Canadian Parliament

to provide for the forcible search, seizure, and
forfeiture of foreign vessels in Canadian waters;
note to British minister of May 29, protesting
against proposed action, inclosed.

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