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131 Abstract of plea to Information..

136
1862.
Captain Bullock | May 1 Order for payment to C. R. Yonge as acting 137
to Fraser,

assistant paymaster of the Alabama.
Trenholm &
Co.
Do...
Mar. 17 Same subject....

137
Do
June 2 Same subject.

137 Do June 24 Same subject.

137 Do

July 21
Same subject..

137 Captain Bullock July 28 Instructs Mr. Yonge to join the Alabama as 137 to Mr. Yonge.

acting assistant paymaster. July 30 Appointment of Mr. Yonge as acting assist- 138

ant paymaster to the Alabama.
1861.
May 13 Abstract of the Queen's proclamation of 138

neutrality.
1819.
July 3 British foreign enlistment act.....

139
1818.
April 20 United States foreign enlistment act... 144

Case of Moodie vs. the ship Alfred.... 146
Case of the Santissima Trinidad and the St. 146

André, seized by the vessels Independen-
cia del Sud and the Altravida.

Do...

IN THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER. 1863, Nov. 3 Argument on application for leave to move 147

for new trial after the expiration of the

first four days of term.
Nov. 4Motion to apply common law procedure acts | 150

1852 and 1854, and the rules of pleading
and practice to the revenue side of the

court.
Rule of court.

152 Nov. 5 Motion for rule to show cause why there 153

should not be a new trial. Rule Nisi....

178

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Nov. 17 | Argument for motion to make the rule for 179

new trial absolute.

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Fifth day.
Nov. 21 | Argument continued..

365
Sixth day.
Nov. 23 Argument concluded.

397 1864. Jan. 11 Judgment on motion to make rule Nisi for 425

new trial absolute.

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PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XVI. Debate in the House of Commons on the seizure of the steam-rams building for the southern

confederacy.

VESSELS EL TOUSSON AND EL MONASSIA

PAPERS MOVED FOR.

House of Com

1861. Feb. 23

Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald's speech..
The Attorney General's speech
| Mr. Horsfall's speech....
Lord Robert Cecil's speech.
Mr. W. E. Forster's speech
Sir Hugh Cairns's speech..
The Solicitor General's speech
Mr. Walpole's speech...
Mr. T. Baring's speech..
Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald's speech.
Sir George Grey's speech

mons.

472 476 480 481 481 486 494 496 499 499 500

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XVII.

Debates in the House of Lords relative to federal enlistment of British subjects.

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Debate in the House of Lords on the British and American claims.

UNITED STATES-BRITISH AND AMERICAN

CLAIMS-MOTION FOR RETURNS.

1864. House of Lords.. Feb. 16

The Earl of Carnarvon's speech.
Earl Russell's speech.

522 526

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XX.

Debates in the House of Lords and the House of Commons in relation to the detention, by the

British authorities at Simon's Bay, Cape of Good Hope, of the Tuscaloosa, at that port.

UNITED STATES—THE LAW OF PRIZE.

1864. House of Lords.. April 26

Lord Chelmsford's speech.
Earl Russell's speech.
Lord Kingsdown's speech.,
The Lord Chancellor's speech .
The Earl of Hardwick's speech...

530 535 537 539 540

UNITED STATES-THE SEIZURE OF THE TUS

CALOOSA-RESOLUTION.

House of Com

April 28

mous.

Mr, Peacocke's speech....
The Solicitor General's speech.
Mr. Whiteside's speech..
Mr. J. J. Powell's speech...
Sir James Elphinstone's speech

540 545 550 554 536

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Debate in the House of Commons relative to the confederate ship Georgia.

INITED

1864. House of Com- May 13

mon8.

STATES—THE CONFEDERATE SHIP

GEORGIA-OBSERVATIONS.
Mr. T. Baring's speech.....
The Attorney General's speech
Mr. W. E. Forster's speech.
| Mr. Cobden's speech....
Lord Robert Cecil's speech.
Mr. Shaw-Lefevre's speech..
Lord Robert Montagu's speech.
Mr. Alderman Rose's speech...

577 580 586 589 593 594 596 596

PARLIAMENTARY AND JUDICIAL APPENDIX No. XXII.

Proceedings of the Legislative Council at Melbourne relative to the seizure of the Shenandoah.

1865. LegislativeCoun- Feb. 22 Proceedings relative to the seizure of the 598 cil.

Shenandoah. | Lieut. Comman- Jan. 25 | Announces the arrival of the Shenandoah at 598 der Waddell to

Port Phillip, and requests permission to
Governor Darl-

make repairs and receive supply of coal.
ing.

Desires to be allowed to land prisoners.
Mr. Francis to Jan. 26 | Permission given to repair and coal, but de- 599
Lieut. Com-

sires to be informed of the nature of the
mander Wad-

repairs needed. Requests a list of the dell.

prisoners and any other information affect

ing them that can be given. Lieut. Comman- | Jan. 28 States that he will report the nature of the 599 der Waddell to

repairs needed as soon as he shall have Mr. Francis.

received the information from the parties

whom he has engaged to make the repairs. Messrs. Lang- Jan. 30 Repairs will not be accomplished within ten 600 lands to Lieut.

days.
· Commander

Waddell.
Mr.. Francis to Jan. 30 Desires to be informed of the supplies needed 600
Lieut. Com-

for the immediate use of the Shenandoah, mander Wad

and states that a board has been appointed dell.

to examine and report on the nature of the

repairs needed. Do...... Jan. 31 Permission given to purchase a reasonable 600

quantity of supplies. Again request a list
of the prisoners on board the Shenandoah.

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1865. Lieut. Comman- | Feb. 1 Gives list and particulars of the prisoners on 601 der Waddell to

board the Shenandoal. Complains of the Mr. Francis.

delay in making repairs. Mr. Francis to Feb. 1 States that from the report of the board ap- 601 Lieut. Coni

pointed to examine the Shenandoah, it is mander Wad.

evident that the ship should be placed on
dell.

the patent slip for further examination
and repairs, and hopes that the necessary

arrangements will be promptly made.
Lieut. Comman- Feb. 1 Acknowledges the receipt of the above and 602
der Waddell to

transmits a second list of the prisoners.
Mr. Francis.
Mr. Francis Feb. î' Requests that a day be named for the depart-, 602
Lieut. Com-

ure of the Shenandoah, and states that
mander Wad-

the use of appliances, the property of the
dell.

government, cannot be granted, nor any
assistance rendered by it, directly or indi-

rectly, toward effecting the repairs.
Lieut. Comman- | Feb. 7 States ibat he cannot name a day for her 602
der Waddell to

departure until the extent of her repairs Mr. Francis.

can be ascertained. Mr. Francis to i Feb. 14 Again desires to know when the Shenandoah 602 Lieut. Com

will be in a condition to proceed to sea. mander Wad

dell. Lieut. Comman- Feb. 14 : States that the ship will be ready for launch- 602 der Waddell to

ing ou the 15th, and she will probably proMr. Francis.

ceed to sea on the 19th instant. Mr. Francis to Feb. 14 Complaining that the execution of a war- 603 Lieut. Com

rant for the arrest of a British subject who mander Wad

had enlisted on board the Shenandoah in
dell.

violation of the Queen's proclamation of
Dentrality haz? been prevented, and stat-
ing that until such warrant can be exe-
cuted, the permission granted to the Shen-
andoah to repair and take supplies will

be suspenderl.
Lieut. Comman- Feb. 14 Denying that the execution of the warrant 603
der Waddell to

was interfered with, or that any one had
Mr. Francis.

enlisted since the arrival of the Shenan-
doah into port. Protesting against any
obstruction which would cause the deten-

tion of his ship in port.
Mr. Standish to Feb. 14 | Directing that the lessee of the patent slip 604
Mr. Beaver.

desists from rendering any aid, assistance
to, or perform any work in respect to the
Shenandoah, and to prevent, at all risks,

the launch of the ship.
Lieut. Comman- Feb. 15 Stating the ship has been seized to prevent 604
der Waddell to

her being launched, and requesting to be Mr. Francis.

informed if such proceeding has the ap

proval of the governor.
Mr. Francis to Feb. 15 As the safety of the vessel may be endan-

604 Lieut. Com

gered by her present position on the slip, mander Wad

permission is given to launch the ship.
dell.
Do... Feb. 15 | States that orders were not issued to seize the 604

vessel, but that the police were instructed
not to permit any of her Majesty's subjects
to render any aid or assistance to, or per-
form any work in respect of the Shenan-
doah during the suspension of the permis-

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