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Reports of Committee on Foreign Relations 1789-1901 Volume 6 pp1174-1175 300dpi scan (VERY LARGE!)

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  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Simpson, William E.: 1128-1146
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Soper, J.H.: 810,811
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Spalding, Zephaniah S.: 593-621,1167-1169
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Stalker, M.: 1007-1025,1034-1036
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Stevens, John L.: 879-941
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Swinburne. Lieut. Com. W.T.: 822-849
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Tenney, Edward D.: 948-950
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Thurston, Lorrin A.: 956-962
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Wilcox, Albert S.: 811-812
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Wilcox, George N.: 813,814
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Wilcox, W.L.: 955
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Wilder, William C.: 807-810
  • Hawaii, relations with testimony as to, of Young, Lieut. Lucien: 648-709
  • Hawaii, seizure by France of: 393
  • Hawaii, seizure by Great Britain of: 500-511,521
  • Hawaii, trade of: 513

I.

  • Impressment of American seamen. (See Seamen.)
  • Imprisonment of Cirilo Pouble in Cuba. (See Pouble.)
  • Independence, recognition of. (See Recognition.)
  • Indians, to prevent incursions into Mexico of. (See Mexico.)
  • International arbitration. (See Arbitration.)
  • Invasion of Canada, justifying the. (See Canada.)
  • Iron, duties on. (See Great Britain.)

J.

  • Jackson, Francis J., action as minister from Great Britain. (See Great Britain.)
  • Jamaica, aid to United States steamer by authorities of. (See Susquehanna.)

L.

Liberty, to secure religious. (See Worship.)

M.

  • Mediation for termination of war of rebellion, proposed: 219
  • Mehmed Pasha, visit to United States of: 188
  • Mexico, relations of United States with: 72,74,78,118
  • Mexico, to prevent incursions of Indians into: 118
  • Milan, decree of. (See Decrees.)
  • Minister of Great Britain, action of the. (See Great Britain.)
  • Minister to Belgium, as to the propriety of sending a: 47
  • Ministers of foreign nations, to prevent abuse of privileges of: 8,9,10
  • Ministers of United States, rank and number of: 46
  • Ministers of United States, salary of: 6,355
  • Mogadore, for establishment of consulate at. (See Consulate.)
  • Murphy, Patrick J., for the naturalization of: 359

N.

  • Naturalization. (See Murphy.)
  • Navassa, occupation of the island of. (See Guano.)
  • Negotiations with Great Britain for commercial concessions. (See Great Britain.)
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  • Neutrality of United States, to preserve the: 5,6,7,12,17,18,28,122,131
  • Neutrality of United States, violations of. (See France and Great Britain.)
  • Nicaragua, arrest of William Walker at San Juan de. (See Walker.)

O.

  • Orders in council, seizures under: 7,12

P.

  • Paraguay, relations with: 131
  • Pasha, visit to United States of Mehmed. (See Mehmed and Turkey.)
  • Peace Society, American. (See Arbitration.)
  • Piracy, for the suppression of: 32
  • Pouble, Cirilo, imprisonment in Cuba of: 276
  • Printing of confidential documents: 47
  • Printing of confidential documents as to Cuba and slave trade: 120
  • Privateers, depredations of French: 6
  • Privateers, to prevent the fitting out of: 5
  • Privileges of foreign ministers, to prevent abuse of the. (See Ministers.)
  • Progress of American nations, to promote the. (See American.)
  • Publication of State papers. (See State.)
  • Public ministers. (See Ministers.)

R.

  • Rebellion, proposed mediation as to the war of the. (See Mediation.)
  • Recognition of independence of Congo Free State: 221
  • Recognition of independence of Texas: 72
  • Relations with China. (See China.)
  • Relations with Cuba. (See Cuba.)
  • Relations with France. (See France.)
  • Relations with Great Britain. (See Great Britain.)
  • Relations with Hawaii. (See Hawaii.)
  • Relations with Mexico. (See Mexico.)
  • Relations with Paraguay. (See Paraguay.)
  • Relations with Spain. (See Spain.)
  • Relations with Sweden. (See Sweden.)
  • Relations with Texas. (See Texas.)
  • Religious liberty, to secure. (See Worship.)
  • Reports by Mr. Adams: 8
  • Reports by Mr. Anderson: 11,15,16
  • Reports by Mr. Archer: 78
  • Reports by Mr. Barbour: 25,28,32
  • Reports by Mr. Bibb: 18,19
  • Reports by Mr. Bingham: 5
  • Reports by Mr. Buchanan: 74,77
  • Reports by Mr. Campbell: 17,18
  • Reports by Mr. Clay: 11,47,69,72
  • Reports by Mr. Douglas: 131
  • Reports by Mr. Edmunds: 276
  • Reports by Mr. Foote: 105
  • Reports by Mr. Frye: 278
  • Reports by Mr. Giles: 9,10,12
  • Reports by Mr. Goodhue: 6
  • Reports by Mr. Hamlin: 221
  • Reports by Mr. King: 5,23,31,32

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