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hound may give rise to grave questions.
Mr. Adams awaits instructions. 305 | Mr. Dudley to June 24 | Showing disappointment of rebel sympa- | 259 Mr. Seward.
thizers in England at destruction of the
taken by the Vanderbilt at Angra Pequena.
were intended for the Alabama.
ion of the British government therein ex-
claim of its owners. 731 | Mr. Adams to | June 28 Incloses copy of his note to Lord Russell, in 261 Mr. Seward.
reference to the action of the Deerhound
Adams's letter and inclosures. 734 ....... do ........ June 30 Transmits published defense of owner of the 263
Deerhound, disclaiming all complicity or
other confederate vessels. 1017 Mr. Seward to July 2 Has received No.720; refers to the mistaken 268 Mr. Adams.
policy of Great Britain toward the United.
manufactures and revenue. 1025 .......do ........ July 8 | Has received No. 724. The government is 269
highly satisfied with the destruction of the
No From whom and
of any more naval expeditions against the
ering copy of a letter from Mr. Clarke in
ams's representation in the case of the
allowing her construction and escape.
lished letter, therein inclosed, is not satis
in are based upon erroneous impressions of
officers and took them to the Deerhound. Detailing proceedings of yacht Deerhound, 277
as set forth in Mr. Adams's dispatch No.
sure said proceedings.
by the Vanderbilt at Angra Pequena was
tified its seizure.
from lack of proof to the contrary that
her cruise, and inclosing depositions going to show that Mr. Lancaster had no communication with the Alabama previous to the battle.
281 THE ALABAMA-Continued.
From whom and
1864. 769 | Mr. Adams to Sept. 1 | Has received No. 1069, and will draw up a | 290 Mr. Seward.
note to Lord Russell, based upon its in-
yacht Deerhound. 773 ....... do ........ Sept. 2 | Inolosing note from Consul Graham, at Cape 291
Town, in reference to the non-restoration
of the Tuscaloosa. 344 | Mr. Dudley to Sept. 21 Has been to France, and seen Consul Liais | 292 Mr. Seward.
and Mr. Dayton, jr, in reference to fight
hound previous to the engagement. 779 | Mr. Adams to Sept. 81 Incloses copy of his note to Earl Russell in | 294 Mr. Seward.
relation to the action of the Deerhound,
States. 1093 Mr. Seward to Sept. 19 Hlas received No. 773. The United States 297 Mr. Adams.
cannot acquiesce in the decision of the
Earl Russell, which is approved. 789 Mr. Adams to Sept. 29 Incloses Lord Russell's notes in reply to his 298 Mr. Seward.
of the 6th, stating the conclusions arrived
act of the Deerhound in rescuing the Alabama's crew was one of praiseworthy bumanity, and that her commander was under no obligation to surrender the persons rescued to the Kearsarge; that the British government could not lawfully surrender them after their taking refuge in British territory; that they do not believe that wages are regularly paid to the Alabama's crew by British subjects; that all lawful measures have been and will be taken to prevent hostile expeditions against the United States; and that the British government have been more successful in preventing such breaches of neutrality than were the United States during the South American revolutions. Also, Mr. Adams's reply, regretting the divergency of opinion between the two governments, and defer
ring further representation until the re
ceipt of instructions. 1117 | Mr. Seward to | Oct. 10 ( Inclosing Mr. Dudley's dispatch No. 351, COV- | 301 Mr. Adams.
ering deposition showing collusion be-
Deerhound and Hornet. 1126 .......do ........ Oct. 17 Has received No. 789. After careful perusal 303
of Earl Russell's note therein inclosed,
understanding on a point so serious. 805 Mr. Adams to Nov. 3 | Has spoken informally to Lord Russell, re- .303 Mr. Seward.
peating Mr. Seward's remark in No. 1093,
ties. 814 ....... do ........Nov. 18 Transmits copy of his note to Lord Russell, \ 304
asserting that the rescued officers of the
of the Deerhound. 825 ....... do ........ Dec. 1) Incloses Lord Russell's note of the 29th ultimo, į 306
claiming that the British government was
taken by the Vanderbilt at Angra Pequena
ligerent vessel. 1200 Mr. Seward to Dec. 25 Has received No. 825. Mr. Adams's answer: 309 Mr. Adams.
to Earl Russell in the case of the Deer-