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the confederates, is now at Liverpool, en-
picious. She will sail to-morrow. 362 | Mr. Dudley to Oct. 8 Giving a description of the Laurel.
Semmes, eight other confederate officers,
to another vessel. .
the Laurel on another piratical expedition.
London for Bombay on the 8th instant, is
As a privateer she will be most dangerous. 377 ....... do........ Nov. 4 Showing the altogether English character of
the Sea King and Laurel
back part of the crew of the Sea King,
at Teneriffe, in reference to the proceed-
815 Mr. Adams to Nov. 18 Incloses copy of his note to Lord Russell,
covering a letter from Mr. Dudley, and
as to the meeting of the Laurel and She-
resentation of the case of the Shenandoah
consul at Teneriffe, detailing circum
stances of the transfer of the Shenandoah
listment act. 841 Mr. Adams to | Dec. 22 Incloses letter from Consul Adamson, at Per- 332 Mr. Seward.
nambuco, transmitting a published ac-
frey. 409 Mr. Wilding to Dec. 30 Has reliable information that the men from 334 Mr. Seward.
the Florida have been ordered to join a
privateer, probably the Shenandoah. 411 ......do......... Dec. 31 | Captain Corbett, of the Sea King, has not 334
yet been arrested.
for trial for violation of the foreign enlist-
edgment of his note of November 18th. 1250 Mr. Seward to Jan, 27 | Incloses letter from Consul Monroe, at Rio 335 Mr. Adams.
de Janeiro, containing statement relative
British government. 1271 ....... do ........ Feb. 16 Giving account of the sailing from Nassau 336
of the Laurel, now called Confederate
and to demand the detention of the vessel. 879 | Mr. Adams to Feb. 16 Incloses Lord Russell's note of the 1st instant, 336 | Mr. Seward.
showing that the sale of the Sea King, in
England, was made to a British subject. 880 ....... do ........ Feb. 17 | Desires, in view of all circumstances, to post
pone presenting claims for damages done
tions. 1280 | Mr. Seward to | Feb. 28 | Incloses extract from Mr. Dudley's dispatch, 337 Mr. Adams.
announcing the arrival of the Laurel (now
steamer City of Richmond. 1297 .......do ........ Mar. 13 In view of activity of rebel agents in Europe, | 339
thinks that representation in the case of
postponed. 896 Mr. Adams to Mar. 16 Incloses his note to Lord Russell, protesting 339 Mr. Seward.
against the receipt and clearance of mails
From whom and
Mr. Adams to
Incloses letter from United States consul at 341 | Mr. Seward.
Melbourne, reporting arrival of the She-
turn up in the Pacific. 1322 | Mr. Seward to | Mar. 25 | Has been informed by Mr. Dudley that the | 342 Mr. Adams.
Shenandoah, having departed from Cape
ish ports. 1338 .......do........ April 5 Transmitting correspondence with the Brit- 342
ish legation in reference to the expected
muda. 924 Mr. Adams to April 12 Incloses Lord Russell's note of the 7th, stat- 344 Mr. Seward.
ing that the steamer Confederate States · had committed no offense against British
law, 927 ...... .do ........ April 13 Transmits his note to Lord Russell inclosing
letter from United States consul at Rio
in British ports. 952 Mr. Adams to May 11 Incloses Lord Russell's note of the 4th, to 350 Mr. Hunter.
which he is drawing up a reply. Lord Russell defends the recognition of rebel belligerency on the ground of the President's proclamation of blockade; claims that in the case of the Alabama, as in all others, her Majesty's government faithfully performed their obligations as neutrals in carrying out municipal laws, and are not, therefore responsible for the depredations of such vessels, and quotes American authority in support of this position. Her Majesty's government agree that United States war vessels in British ports shall be treated as British war vessels in United States ports, excepting that they must not
thorities at Melbourne after her illegal
Russell's acknowledgment. 554 | Mr. Wilding to Nov. 7 Announcing the arrival of the Shenandoah | 444 Mr. Seward.
at Liverpool. The collector has asked for
by customs boats. 1082 Mr. Adams to Nov. 9 Incloses his note to the Earl of Clarendon, 445 Mr. Seward.
covering announcement of Shenandoah's
a surrender of the Shenandoah. 558 | Mr. Dudley to Nov. 11 Has accepted Capt. Paynter's inclosed offer | 454 Mr. Seward. I
to surrender the Shenandoah. Has taken
still in Liverpool.
approves Mr. Adams's representations to
Nov. 14 Transmits dispatch from the United States 456
commercial agent at Antigua, with inclos-
government to arrest the Shenandoah. 1091 Mr. Adams to Nov. 15 Transmits Lord Clarendon's note of the 11th 460 Mr. Seward. I
stating that the Shenandoah had been