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sion which was granted to repair and take
in supplies, until an answer should have
been made to Mr. Francis's letter of the
14th. Also states that four men who were
concealed on board the Shenandoah, left
the ship, and were arrested; among whom
was the person named in the warrant.
As the man is now under arrest, the order
suspending permission to British subjects
to aid in effecting repairs and taking in
supplies is revoked. It is expected that
the vessel will make her departure on the

day named.
Lieutenant Com- Feb. 16 States that every dispatch is being made to 605
mander Wad-

get the Shenandoah to sea at the earliest dell to Mr.

possible moment; and in regard to the four
Francis.

men alluded to, they formed no part of
the ship's complement; upon their dis-
covery by the ship's police they were im-

mediately sent ashore.
Lieutenant Com- | Feb. 14 Requesting to be informed if the Crown 606
mander Wad-

claims the sea three miles from the Port dell to the At

Phillip Headlights, or from a straight torney General.

line drawn from Port Lonsdale and Cape

Schank.
LegislativeCoun- Feb. 15 Proceedings concerning the seizure of the

606 cil.

Shenandoah.
Do

Feb). 1 Proceeding relative to the Shenandoah... 608
Do

Feb. 1 Same subject, from the Age of February 2. 609 Do

Feb. 1 Same subject, from the Argus of February 2. 611
Herald.

Jan. 27 The Confederate cruiser Shenandoah... 613
Do..
Feb. 16 Seizure of the Shenandoah, from a Mel- 617

bourne paper.
Legislative coun- Feb. 15 Report of the proceedings in relation to the 618
cil.

Shenandoah
Herald...... Feb. 17 Report of the judicial proceedings in the 620

case of four men who attempted to enlist
on board the Shenandoah.

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXIII."

Debate in the House of Commons on the defenses of Canada and the relations between Great

Britain and the United Ştates.

DEFESNES OF CANADA.

1865. Mar. 13

Mr. W. E. Forster's speech.
Mr. Cardwell's speech..
Mr. Disraeli's speech..
Mr. Ayrton's speech...
Lord Robert Cecil's speech.
Mr. Bright's speech.....
Viscount Palmerston's speech:..

House of Com

mons.

627 631 632 635 636 637 645

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PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXIV.
Debates in the House of Commons on the subject of the so-called Alabama Claims.

No.

From whom and

to whom..

Date.

Subject.

Page.

UNITED STATES--THE ALABAMA CLAIMS

QUESTION.
1865.
House of Com- May 26 | Sir John Walsh's speech.....
mons.

Viscount Palınerston's speech...

647 617

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Debate in the House of Commons on Our relations with the United States."

UNITED STATES-OUR RELATIONS WITH

QUESTION.

1866. House of Com- July 23

mons.

Mr. White's speech..
Lord Stanley's speech...

649 649

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX ·No. XXVI.

Debates in the House of Lords and the House of Commons on the recognition of the southern

confederacy.

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PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXVII.

Debate in the House of Commons on the recognition of the southern confederacy.

No.

From whom and

to whom.

Date.

Subject.

Page.

UNITED STATES-RECOGNITION OF THE SOUTH

ERN CONFEDERACY.
1863.
House of Com- July 13 Mr. Roebuck's speech..

Mr. Lindsay's speech....
Viscount Palmerston's speech.
The O'Donoghue's speech.
Wm. Whiteside's speech.
Mr. Newdegate's speech.

mons.

681 681 684 685 686 686

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXVIII.

Debates in the House of Lords and the House of Commons concerning the presentation to Par

liament of the papers in the case of the Alexandra.

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Debates in the House of Commons relative to the iron-clad vessels fitting out at Liverpool.

CONSOLIDATED FUND (APPROPRIATION) BILL

-THIRD READING,
1863.
House of Com- | July 23 Mr. Cobden's speech.
mons.

Mr. Laird's speech..
Viscount Palmerston's speech.

689 694 695

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXX.

Debate in the House of Commons in regard to the Alabama claims.

THE ALABAMA CLAIMS-MOTION FOR AN AD

DRESS,

1868. House of Com- March 6

mons.

Mr. Shaw-Lafevre's speech...
Lord Stanley's speech...
Mr. W. E. Forster's speech.
Sir George Bowyer's speech..
Mr. Sandford's speech...
Mr. J. Stuart Mill's speech..
Mr. Gladstone's speech...

697 705 709 711 713 714 716 Senate.

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1869. States | April 13

Hon Charles Sumner's speech delivered in ex

ecutive session of the Senate on the occasion of the rejection, by that body, of the Johnson-Clarendon convention for the settlement of all outstanding claims between the United States and Great Britain.

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX.

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