CORRESPONDENCE with Abyssinia, respecting Political and
Commercial Relations with Abyssinia.
relative to the British Occupation of Lagos.
with Mexico, &c., respecting the Affairs of
Mexico; the Non-Settlement of Claims of
British Bondholders and Others; the
Murder of the British Vice-Consul at
Tasco (Mr. Bodmer); the Spanish Occupa-
tion of Vera Cruz; the Suspension of
Diplomatic Relations; and the Combined
Operations of Great Britain, France and
Spain against Mexico 1861, 1862..
with Prussia, respecting the Arrest and Im-
prisonment of a British Subject (Captain
Macdonald) by the Prussian Authorities
at Bonn; and the Trial of certain other
British Residents in that City for Libel.
with The United States, relative to the Sus-