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CLAIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN.
GENERAL APPENDIX No. I,
Proclamations and declarations of powers other than Great Britain, issued subsequently to the
Queen's proclamation of neutrality.
(official,) of 25th June, in regard to priva-
Mr. Dayton to
June 12 Inclosing copy of “Le Moniteur Universel,"
containing Emperor's formal declaration in
Mr. Dryer to Mr. Sept. Inclosing copy of King's proclamation, which
declares neutrality between United States
13 | Mr. Harvey to Aug. 25 Inclosing copy of a note from the Foreign
Office, covering King's proclamation in re-
178 Mr. Wright to
June 25 Inclosing copy of “National Zeitung;” con
taining Baron Schlienitz's dispatch to
18 | Mr. Appleton to June 3 Inclosing copies of two orders of Russian Mr. Seward.
goverument, directing that the flags of confederate men-of-war must not be saluted, but that confederate merchant vessels shall be treated according to rules contained in treaty with America of December, 1832, even if their papers are not regular; and that, should crews of such vessels not acknowledge authority of United States consuls, they must abide by decision of local Russian authorities,
that the American proclamation of block-
the occasion of the recognition of confed-
treated as an act of war.
toricus in his article of March 22, and
patch to Lord Lyons of March 6, 1861.
not a bygone, but a continuing reality.
Times of March 22, 1865.
belligerency and our right to complain ofit.
Mr. Vernon Har
Mr. George Bemis
consul at New York, and others, in refer-
October 11, with accompanying affidavits,
in reference to bark Maury.
Mr. Barclay, and prosecute bark Maury if
sent to United States attorney at New
York in respect to bark Maury.
Maury to examine her cargo, and that her
report is received.
11th in regard to the bark Maury, referred
to in telegram of 12th.
the bark Maury.
against the bark Maury in consequence of
Ünited States district court against the
trality act of April 20, 1818.
as to cargo of the bark Maury, intimating