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PRUSSIA-Continued.

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1863.

118 | Mr. Seward to Mr. Oct. 5 Acknowledgment of despatch

Sanford.

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Nov. 9 | Views of Mr. Drouyn de l'Huys on affairs

in the United States.

122 do...

Nov. 30 | Acknowledgment of despatch

125

Dec. 17 The proposed European congress

1864.

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July 16 Acknowledgment of note

134

do.

July 16 Approval of proceedings..

135

do.

July 28 | Political occurrences in Belgium.

136

.do.

July 28 Arrival of the Niagara at Antwerp

137 .do.

July 29 Decline of the rebellion in the United States.

140 .do.

Aug. 8 Proposed enlistment of foreigners for the

United States navy:

142

Aug. 25 Acknowledgment of despatches.

143

do.

Aug. 26 The elections in Belgium...

145

do.

Sept. 10 Departure of Major Walker for Europe.

..do...

Sept. 17 Military and political successes in the

United States.

148 Mr. F. W. Seward | Sept. 26 Belgium subjects taking military service

to Mr. Sanford.

against the republic of Mexico.

Mr. Seward to Mr. Oct. 4 Probability of a special and extraordinary

Sanford.

mission to be sent to the so-called empire

of Mexico by the government of Belgium.

151 .do.

Nov. 19 Report of Belgian finances.

1863.

161 Mr. Sanford to Mr. Nov. 19 The proposed European congress

Seward.

163 ..do..

Nov. 23 The same subject

1864.

174

.do.

July 7

The art exhibition of Belgium.....

176 ..do.

Jan.

7 Sickness of the King. Proceedings of the

house of representatives of Belgium.
Favorable reception of the message of
the President of the United States.

Change in public sentiment.

177 .do...

Jan. 14 | The system of recruiting in Belgium, France,

and Prussia.

180 do...

Jan. 18 Opinion of the King on the rebellion in the

United States.

181

Jan. 22 The ministerial crisis

183 ..do...

Jan. 25 Increase of revenue in Belgium

184

do.

Jan. 29 Conversation with the King touching the

withdrawal of the recognition of belliger-

ent naval rights to the insurgents.

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1864.

185 Mr. Sanford to Mr. Jan. 29 | Desire of the King for the establishment of

Seward.

a line of steamers between the United

States and Antwerp.

188

do...

Feb. 2 The formation of a new ministry unsuc-

cessful.

195

do.

June 28 The return of Mr. Sanford. Conversation

with Mr. Roper on the situation in the

United States.

199

do..

July 6 Enlistment of Belgian subjects for the so-

called Mexican empire.

201

do..

July 7. Proposed increase of representation in Par-

liament. Proceedings of the house of

representatives.

202

July 14 Close of the legislative session.

203 ..do.

July 14

Arrival of the Niagara...

205 ..do.

July 21

Visit of the King to Paris..

206 ..do.

July 21 Movements of the Niagara and Sacramento..

209 .do.

Aug. 12 | Return of the King. The elections. Ma-

jority of the cabinet in the house.

210

do.

Aug. 19

Returns of the elections..

213 ...do....

Sept. 7

Debates in the house of representatives..

214 ..do...

Sept. 7 Recruiting in Belgium for the so-called

Mexican empire.

215

do.

Sept. 15

Organization of the Belge-Mexican corps.

Probable appointment of Mr. Blondal to

an extraordinary mission to Mexico.

220

do.

Oct. 24 Dissatisfaction among the soldiers and offi-

cers of the Belge-Mexican corps.

227

do.

Nov. 17 Commencement of the legislative session.

The budget for 1865.

228

do.

Nov. 21 The recruiting for Mexico..

229 ..do.

Nov. 25 Effect on public opinion of the triumph on

the election of the Union ticket.

230

do.

Nov. 28 | Discussion in the house of representatives

on the budget and the so-called Mexican

empire.

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Mar. 22 Further supposed depredations of the Florida.
Mar. 24 Movements of the St. Louis and Florida.
April 7 Policy of Portugal towards the insurgents..
April 12

Movements of suspicious steamers off the

Azores. Movements of the St. Louis.
April 30

The King of Portugal to act as mediator

between Great Britain and Brazil.
May 17 Necessity for United States vessels-of-war

in Portuguese waters.
May 19 The promotion of the culture of cotton in

Africa by the Portuguese government.
May 24 Movements of the Florida....
June 1 Census of the kingdom and colonies of Por-

tugal.
June

7 Proceedings of the Cortes....
June 19 Closing of the session of the Cortes. Or-

ganization of parties for the approaching

elections.
June 21 | The combat between the Kearsarge and

Alabama.
July 7 Opening of the railroad between Lisbon and

Oporto. Progress in Portugal.
July 18 | Project of an inter-continental telegraph

between America and Europe.
July 28

Retention of registers of American ships at

St. Paul de Loando.
Aug. 22 Movements of the Georgia
Sept. 23 Reshipment of the seamen of the Alabama

on another insurgent cruiser. Report of

the capture of the Georgia. Oct.

1 Movements of an unknown rebel cruiser off

Sicily.
Oct. 14 Necessity for naval organization in Euro-

pean waters.
Oct. 23 Suspicious movements of the steamer Laurel.
Nov. 2 Seizure of the Florida at Bahia....
Nov. 29 | Arrival of the Sacramento. Conversion of

steamers at Liverpool into hostilę.cruisers.

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1864. 121 Mr. Seward to Mr. Nov. 19 Political sentiments of the Italian people... Marsh.

1863. 76 Mr. Marsh to Mr. July 20 Proposed negotiation of a convention beSeward.

tween the United States and Italy. 78 .do..

Aug. 17 Congratulations from members of the min

istry on military successes in the United

States. 80 do...

Dec. 1 | Proposal of the United States government

to purchase the iron-clads building in

New York for the Italian government.

1864.
81 ..do...... Jan. 8 Reception of the diplomatic corps by the

King. Tone of the leading administration
newspapers. Correspondence between the

Pope and Jefferson Davis.
91 ...do....... April 16 Royal decree in regard to the entrance of

foreign ships-of-war into Italian ports,
-.do...... May 6 Treaties concluded between Italy and France.

Decree of the Italian government to nego-
tiate a new treaty of commerce with the

United States. 102 ...do......

Sept. 19 Conclusion of a treaty with France for the

withdrawal of the French garrison from
Rome. Popular dissatisfaction in Italy

with the policy of the administration. 105 ..do....... Sept. 27 | The disturbances in Turin

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