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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF ITALY AT WASHINGTON-Continued.
From and to whom.
Arrest and search of Italians in Buffalo : Three
hundred and twenty five searched, and no weap-
superintendent of police, inclosed.
note on this matter based on the complaint of
the Departinent's good offices avain requested.
partment can not express an opinion upon the
municatel to the governor of New York.
by the custom house anthorities at New York
tor of the port of New York, protested against
the decision of the Treasury Department.
Government by request of the natives. An of
sion of any government.
United States, not having acceded to the gen.
of the trade of the United States, Germany, and
the article from the above newspaper inclosed. Same to same (No. 409)...... Nov. 28 Trade with Japan: The increase of trade with
Japan largely due to the Jiji Shimpoo ; extract
of public tranquillity and to prevent disturb. ances inclosed,
1888. 734 Mr. Hubbard to Mr. Bayard Jan. 13 Political: Greater freedom given the press; the (No. 426).
iinperial ordinance inclosed. 735 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Hubbard | April 16 Claim of the Monitor can not be consistently (No. 206).
pressed ; letter to Mr. Cowie inclosed.
Mansfield; scientists sent to report upon the
ish subject serving in the Navy of the United
letter in regard to Mrs. Ratclide inclosed.
er in a foreign country according to its laws:
such marriages, inclosed.
on the freedom of religion in Japan, called forth
recognize the Christian religion, inclosed.
ish subject who has served as a sailor on an
inhabitants of Half-Cavalla for an attack on
Merriam complaining of it; it is injurions to
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOR LIBERIA.
From and to whom.
Claim of France to Liberian territory: The
French Gorernment refuses to settle the matter
United States minister acts as intermediator,
Mr. Connery to Mr. Bayard
Murder of Leon Baldwin, an American superin
tendent of the Valencia mines near Ventanos :
facie case necessary for diplomatic interference;
roll; advice given Mr. Turner in regard to the
American line of steamers between San Fran.
letter of October 31, 1887, inclosed.
in not presenting the claim for indemnity ap.
count ofthe state of affairs in Durango, inclosed.
steamers: Copy of note from Mr. Mariscal, re-
unfounded claim, inclosed.
steamers: Interview with Mr. Mariscal; he
From and to whom.
Mexican cattle : Refers to correspondence had
Mexican legation inclosed.
reported by Consul Heimke after a year's im-
ing to a doubt as to its constitutionality: Let-
fects by Mexican customs officers : Mr. Maris.
cal's note inclosed.
companies : Report of the Department of Pub.
ernment in granting colonizing concessions.
1888. 758 Same to same (No. 295)
disease reported in Sonora; tho quarantine to
brought into Arizona.
Inquiry to be made as to what machinery exists
American line of steamers: Information whether
reporting its introduction inclosed.
Government for wrongful imprisonment and
The Secretary of the Treasury concurs in the
tary of the Treasury inclosed.
Mr. Connery to Mr. Bayard Feb. 6 Boundary between the United States and Mexico:
No record kept by the Mexican Government of
Grande reported by the El Paso Development
Development Board inclosed.
Dispatch stating that the Mexican Government
commission for that purpose, inclosed.
with the ontlaw Bernal: Mr. Chess reports bis
conciliatory; the real object of the discussion,
with the outlaw Bernal: Text of telegram sent
what is done touching the case.
Mariscal, who promises to take the matter un-
and of his reply inclosed.
leged complicity with Bernal, reported by a
a resident of Ventanas, inclosed.
respondence; letter of Brudigam and Ficken
that effect sent; Mr. Heimke instructed to report.
asked by Mr. Mariscal of the governor of Chi.
the case to Mr. Mariscal inclosed.
win: Review of the facts ; outrages by oatlaws;
soldiers at Eagle Pass : Review of the facts in