Papers Relating to Foreign Affairs, Količina 2

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Mr Seward to Mr Jan 16 Condition of affairs in Tunis Severities practiced
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Mr Seward to Mr June 26 Gross indignities said to have been practiced upon
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25
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do July 16 Gross indignities said to have been practiced upon
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1868
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do Nov 28 Proposed amendment of the military law of Den
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Mr Seward to Mr Dec 2 Quarantine of United States vessels
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do Jan 20 Spanish quarantine regulations
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Mr Morris to Mr Mar 11 Condition of affairs in Crete
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Mr Seward to Mr July 1 Complaint concerning the stern manner in which
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Mr Hale to Mr Feb 29 Proposed change in the administration of justice
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do Oct 29 Permission given to Admiral Farragut to pass the
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Vs Seward to Mr Aug 19ame subject
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4
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Mr Seward to Mr Sept 19 Same subject
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11
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do Oct 3 Meeting of the National Chamber of Deputies
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do Nov 21 Financial affairs of Greece Cretan affairs
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Hale
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do Mar 20 Opening of the Egyptian Assembly of Representa
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Mr Plumb to Mr July 17 Mexican finances revenues and expenditures
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1868
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do Aug 4 Seizure of gold coin by the customs authorities
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Mr McMath to Nov 16 Same subject
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do Feb 17 Reception of Admiral Farragut in Italy
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Mr Seward to Mr Mar 21 Case of John Hürlimann a minor a citizen of
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do Aug 5 Outrages committed upon American travelers
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BELGIUM
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Mr Seward to Mr Nov 12 Same subject
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30
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1867
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Seward
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Mr Seward to Mr Dec 1 Same subject
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Mr Seward to Mr Feb 11 Same subject
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alleged by Spain to be intended for the govern
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51
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Mr Hollister to Nov 5 Same subject
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LIBERIA
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do Dec 12 Decree abolishing the system of national tolls upon
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do Jan 13 English convention debt Correspondence between
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states
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do Jan 8 Ministerial crisis
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do Feb 24 Same subject
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do Feb 12 Spanish convention debt Correspondence between
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Mr Seward to Mr Feb 20 Imprisonment of foreign merchants by the authori
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United States
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Merida
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