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CLAIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN,
TRANSMITTED TO THE
SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
IN ANSWER TO THE
RESOLUTIONS OF DECEMBER 4 AND 10, 1867, AND OF MAY 27, 1868.
CLAIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN.
GENERAL APPENDIX No. I.
Proclamations and declarations of powers other than Great Britain, issued subsequently to the
Queen': proclamation of neutrality.
Inclosing copy of “Le Moniteur Universel,” |
containing Emperor's formal declaration in
5 Mr. Dryer to Mr. Sept. 7
Inclosing copy of King's proclamation, which
1861. 7 Br. Perry to Mr. June 19
Inclosing copy of royal decree, which pro- |
claims neutrality; forbids all arming,
home, and loss of protection of government.
GENERAL APPENDIX No. II.
that the American proclamation of block-
the occasion of the recognition of confed-
treated as an act of war.
toricus in his article of March 22, and
not a bygone, but a continuing reality.
Times of March 22, 1865.
belligerency and our right to complain ofit.
M. Vernon Har