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INDEX.

[Note from website editors: Readers of the Morgan Report might be surprised to see page numbers lower than 360 mentioned in the index. Remember that the Morgan Report occupies the last portion of a longer book. That book's first 360 pages are not part of the Morgan Report and are not accessible on this website.]

A.

  • Acquisition of territory: 11,15,16,33,78,199,218
  • Aggressions,British. (See Great Britain.)
  • Aggressions,French. (See France.)
  • Aid to United States steamer by authorities of Jamaica. (See Susquehanna.)
  • Amelia Island. (See Slaves.)
  • American nations, to promote progress and prosperity of: 278
  • American nations, Peace Society. (See Arbitration.)
  • American nations, seamen. (See Seamen.)
  • Annexation. (See Acquisition.)
  • Arbitration, international: 105,107,221
  • Armed vessels, for the exclusion of foreign: 8
  • Arrest of William Walker in Nicaragua. (See Walker.)
  • Assistant Secretary of State, to create office of. (See State.)

B.

  • Belgium, minister to. (See Minister.)
  • Berlin, decree of. (See Decrees.)

C.

  • Canada, justifying the invasion of: 15
  • China, relations with: 276
  • Claims against France. (See France.)
  • Colonization. (See Acquisition.)
  • Congo Free State, recognition of. (See Recognition.)
  • Consular system, to remodel the. (See Diplomatic.)
  • Consulate at Mogadore, for the establishment of a: 28
  • Cooper, Edward K., to allow occupation of guano islands by. (See Guano.)
  • Council, orders in. (See Orders.)
  • Cuba, for the acquisition of: 199
  • Cuba, relations to: 32,119,120,276

D.

  • Decrees of Berlin and Milan: 12
  • Detention of American seamen. (See Seamen.)
  • Difficulties with Paraguay. (See Paraguay.)
  • Diplomatic and consular system, to remodel the: 120
  • Documents. (See Printing.)

E.

  • Exclusion of Chinese, for the: 276
  • Exclusion of Chinese, foreign armed vessels. (See Armed.)

F.

  • Florida, to enable the President to take possession of: 11,16
  • Foreign armed vessels, for the exclusion of. (See Armed.)
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  • Foreign ministers. (See Ministers.)
  • Foreign relations. (See Relations.)
  • France, claims of United States against: 47,69
  • France, relations with: 5,6,10,13,47,69,219
  • France, violations of neutrality of United States by: 5,6
  • Freedom of worship, to secure. (See Worship.)

G.

  • Galveston. (See Slaves.)
  • Great Britain, declaration of war with: 15
  • Great Britain, duties on iron imported from: 31
  • Great Britain, minister from, action of: 9
  • Great Britain, negotiations for commercial concessions from: 19
  • Great Britain, relations with: 5,7,9,10,12,15,19,77,190
  • Great Britain, violations of national rights of vessels by: 77,196
  • Great Britain, violations of neutrality of United States by: 7,12
  • Guano islands, to allow the occupation of: 218

H.

  • Hawaii, agriculture in: 448
  • Hawaii, annexation, treaty of 1854: 402
  • Hawaii, civilization of: 449
  • Hawaii, commerce of: 416-417
  • Hawaii, condition of, 1846: 513-517
  • Hawaii, constitution of 1840 of: 483-488
  • Hawaii, constitution of 1864: 522-530
  • Hawaii, currency of: 416-417
  • Hawaii, government of: 415,416,447,450,452,530,531
  • Hawaii, government of in 1845: 512,513
  • Hawaii, historical sketch of: 517-521
  • Hawaii, independence of, guaranteed by France and Great Britain: 511
  • Hawaii, islands of, Hawaii: 424-427
  • Hawaii, islands of, Kahulaui: 433
  • Hawaii, islands of, Kauai: 431-433
  • Hawaii, islands of, Kaula: 435
  • Hawaii, islands of, Lanai: 434
  • Hawaii, islands of, Lenua: 435
  • Hawaii, islands of, Maui: 428-430
  • Hawaii, islands of, Molokai: 433,434
  • Hawaii, islands of, Molokini: 436
  • Hawaii, islands of, Niihau: 434,435
  • Hawaii, islands of, Oahu: 419-424
  • Hawaii, islands of, characteristics of, physical: 411, 441-446
  • Hawaii, islands of, climate of 412,413,441
  • Hawaii, islands of, communications of, interisland: 436,437
  • Hawaii, islands of, communications of, with United States: 410
  • Hawaii, islands of, distance from United States of: 410
  • Hawaii, islands of, earthquakes of: 413
  • Hawaii, islands of, origin of: 442
  • Hawaii, islands of, products of: 417
  • Hawaii, islands of, soil of: 412
  • Hawaii, islands of, strategic value of: 475-482,489-500,531-533
  • Hawaii, islands of, vegetation of: 417
  • Hawaii, land tenures of: 454-464
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  • Hawaii, laws of: 415,452
  • Hawaii, military forces of: 415
  • Hawaii, people of, arts of: 448
  • Hawaii, people of, characteristics of: 413-415,447
  • Hawaii, people of, diseases of: 418,437-440
  • Hawaii, people of, education of: 413-415,453
  • Hawaii, people of, industries of 417
  • Hawaii, people of, language of: 415,416
  • Hawaii, people of, manner of life of: 418
  • Hawaii, people of, navigation of: 448
  • Hawaii, people of, origin of: 446, 449
  • Hawaii, people of, religion of: 413-415,451
  • Hawaii, police of: 415
  • Hawaii, population of: 451
  • Hawaii, population of, causes of decrease of 451
  • Hawaii, reciprocity with, treaty of 1855: 407
  • Hawaii, reciprocity with, treaty of 1875, effects of: 453,465-475
  • Hawaii, recognition of provisional government of: 1103-1110
  • Hawaii, relations with United States of: 363
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Alexander, William De Witt: 622-684,819-822
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Atherton, J. B.: 955
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Belknap, Admiral George: 1070-1085
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Bishop, E. F.: 954
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Blount, James H.: 745-778
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Bolte, C.: 812,813
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Bowen, William S.: 1026-1034
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Brown, Frank: 952
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Carter, Charles L.: 955,956
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Castle, William R.: 943-948
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Coffman, Lieut. De Witt: 849-851,998-1007
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Committee of Safety: 950,952
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Day, Francis R.: 1094-1102
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Delamater, Nicholas B.: 1085-1094
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Ehlers, P.F.A.: 953
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Emerson, Rev. O.P.: 533-560
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Emmeluth, John: 814-816
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Fisher, J.H.: 953
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Hobbs, I. Goodwin: 723-732
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Hoes, Roswell Randall: 1102-1127
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Jewell, Commander Theo. F.: 778-798
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Jones, Peter Cushman: 561-593
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Judd, A.F.: 798-807
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Laird, Charles: 732-745
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Lowery, F.J.: 954
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Ludlow, Commander Nicoll: 1147-1167
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of MacArthur. Charles L.: 1051-1070
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of McCandless, John A.: 876,963-998,1025-1026
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of McChesney, F.W.: 817-819
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Moore, E.K.: 710-723
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Morgan, James F.: 941-943
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Oleson, William Brewster: 851-876
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Reeder, P.W.: 1036-1051
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Ripley, C.B.: 954
  • Hawaii, relations with United State of, testimony as to, of Safety, committee of 950-952
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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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  • Reports by Mr. Leib: 8
  • Reports by Mr. Livermore: 5
  • Reports by Mr. Mason: 118,119,120,122,188,190,196,218
  • Reports by Mr. Morgan: 221,363
  • Reports by Mr. Morris: 6
  • Reports by Mr. Sevier: 100
  • Reports by Mr. Seward: 218
  • Reports by Mr. Sherman: 276,355,359
  • Reports by Mr. Slidell: 131,199
  • Reports by Mr. Smith, of Maryland: 7
  • Reports by Mr. Sumner: 219
  • Reports by Mr. Tait: 16
  • Reports by Mr. Tazewell: 33,46,47
  • Reports by Mr. Underwood: 105, 107
  • Retaliation, vesting in the President the power of: 17,18
  • Rights, neutral: 8,12
  • Rights, of vessels, national: 5,8,12,77,196

S.

  • Salary of ministers. (See Ministers.)
  • Seamen, detention and impressment of American: 5
  • Seamen, regulations respecting American: 18
  • Slaves, illicit introduction from Amelia Island of: 25
  • Slaves, trade in: 120
  • Spain, relations with: 11,16,25,32,119,120,199,218
  • Spoliations, British: 7
  • Spoliations, French: 5
  • State papers, for the publication of the: 23
  • Susquehanna, aid by authorities of Jamaica to U.S.S.: 190
  • Sweden, relations with: 32

T.

  • Territory, acquisition of. (See Acquisition.)
  • Texas, annexation of: 78
  • Texas, recognition of independence of. (See Recognition.)
  • Turkey, construction in United States of vessels for: 188

U.

  • United States, to preserve the neutrality of the. (See Neutrality.)

V.

  • Vessels, national rights of. (See Rights.)
  • Vessels, Turkish naval, construction in United States of. (See Turkey.)

W.

  • Walker, William, arrest in Nicaragua of. (See also Neutrality): 122,131
  • Warfare of the British, unauthorized mode of: 19
  • War with Great Britain, declaration of. (See Great Britain.)
  • Worship, to secure freedom of: 105
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