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Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 20
Johnson.

Mr. Johnson to Mr. Dec. 23
Seward.

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Mr. Johnson to Mr. Jan. 12
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Subject.

Claims convention as signed inclosed. Re-
marks.

Jan. 13
Jan. 14

Claims convention not received. Commis-
sion must sit in Washington.

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Same subject. Inclosing additional article
to claims convention, substituting Wash-
ington for London.

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In regard to changing San Juan boundary
protocol into a convention.

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Same subject. Claims convention useless
unless amended.

Amending claims convention of Novem-
ber 10.
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Seward.

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Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 11
Johnson.

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Case of Augustine E. Costello, charged with
complicity in the Fenian conspiracy.
In regard to amending claims convention
of November 10.
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Claims and San Juan boundary conventions
signed as instructed.

Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 14 Requesting date of the signing of conven-
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San Juan boundary and claims conventions
as signed inclosed. Remarks.

64 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 20 Extending the thanks of the President to
Johnson.
Mr. Johnson for the able manner in which
he has conducted the negotiations.
Distribution of the "Tributes of the Na-
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GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

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Johnson.

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1867.

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Naturalization question. The British gov-
ernment, while willing to negotiate upon
the subject, desire time to investigate
their laws in order that a just and liberal
treaty may be concluded.

Mr.Thornton to Mr. Mar. 23 Thanks of the British government for the
Seward.
friendly conduct of the United States
consul at Lambayeque, in extending his
good offices to two British subjects whose
property was destroyed by the insurgents
in Peru.

Case of Robert B. Lynch. The British
government refuse to pardon him.
Same subject

Anticipated raid into Canada by the Fe-
nians.

Friendly conduct of the United States con-
sul at Lambayeque towards two British
subjects.

Arrest of foreigners in Mexico.

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Mr. Dix to Mr. July 30
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Case of Robert B. Lynch, charged with
complicity in the Fenian raid into
Canada.

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British protocol concerning the settlement
of all outstanding claims.

French diplomatic papers on commercial
relations with the United States.
Liability of Frenchmen naturalized under
the laws of the United States to perform
military service in France.

Emperor's New Year's day reception of the
diplomatic body.

Political revolution in Japan.
view of the situation.

Japanese

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Liability of naturalized citizens of the
United States to perform military duty in
France.

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A naturalization treaty
between France and the United States
proposed.
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to whom.

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Date.

Mr. Berthemy to Mar. 14
Mr. Seward.

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Clay.

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Case of Philip Brailly, a naturalized citizen
of the United States, compelled to per
form military service in France.
Non-intervention of France in Spanish
affairs.

Case of Philip Brailly, a naturalized citizen
of the United States, compelled to per-
form military service in France. His
discharge.
Nov. 4 Anticipated disarmament of European gov-
Nov. 13

ernments.

Distribution of the "Tributes of the Nations
to Abraham Lincoln."

Mr. Seward to Mr. Sept. 30
Berthemy.

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Mr. Berthemy to Sept. 25 Disagreement on the subject of precedence
Mr. Seward.
among the diplomatic and consular body
at Tangier.
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1867. Dec. 2

Subject.

RUSSIA.

Relative to concluding a treaty for the
amelioration of the condition of the sol-
diers wounded in battle.

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Reception of the Chinese embassy in the
United States.

Case of Adolphus Portugalski, a natural-
ized citizen of the United States, banished
from Russia because of his expatriation.
Dec. 13 Appointment by the Chinese government
of Mr. Anson Burlingame as their envoy
to the treaty powers.
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Hostile demonstrations of a Russian armed
vessel against a United States whaling
vessel in the sea of Okhotsk.

Jan. 18 Hostile demonstrations of a Russian armed
vessel against United States whaling ves-
sels in the sea of Okhotsk.
Death of Prince Bazil Dolgorouky....
Hostile demonstrations of a Russian armed
vessel against United States whaling ves-
sels in the sea of Okhotsk.

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