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delivered to United States authorities at
to New York. 1095 Mr. Adams to Nov, 23 | Transmits Lord Clarendon's note of the 17th, 463 Mr. Seward.
asserting that papers received from Mr. Ad-
instructions from his government. 1605 | Mr. Seward to | Nov, 25 Has received No. 1082, announcing Shenan- | 468 Mr. Adams.
doah's arrival in Liverpool. Mr. Adams's
request for her surrender is approved. 1612 ....... do ........ Nov. 30 Has received No. 1091, with inclosures. The | 469
United States accept the Shenandoah with-
proceedings were not instituted against her
officers and crew inasmuch as the witnesses
native-born or domiciled. 1625 Mr. Seward to | Dec. 14 | Has received No. 1095, with inclosed notes | 471 Mr. Adams.
from Lord Clarendon. The President is
has been recorded. 1112 Mr. Adams to Deo. 21 Has received No. 1612, and read it to Lord 471 Mr. Seward.
Clarendon, leaving a copy with him. The
latter's answer is reserved for the present. The Earl of Clar- | Dec. 26 Incloses dispatch read to him by Mr. Adams, 472 endon to Sir F.
to whom he stated that his desire for pre-
serving friendly relations with the United
ing it as he thought it deserved. 1639 Mr. Seward to | Dec. 30 Inclosing affidavit of William Skiddy, deny 472 Mr. Adams.
ing Sir James Elphinstone's published
been received from a neutral.
1866. 1129 Mr. Adams to Jan. 5 Incloses note to Lord Clarendon covering 474 Mr. Seward.
affidavit of William A. Temple and other
closes Lord Clarendon's acknowledgment. 1138 .......do ........Jan. 26 Incloses Lord. Clarendon's note, questioning 491
the truth of Temple's statement that Cap-
From whom and
stating that the British government does
by convention of February, 1853.
United States refuses to consider them-
considered. 212 | Mr. Adams to Aug. 29 Transmits Lord Russell's note accepting Mr. | 512 | Mr. Seward.
Seward's suggestion of a claims conven-
ment. 344 Mr. Seward to Sept. 15 | Has received No. 212. The general features | 513 Mr. Adams.
of the draught of a convention submitted
empowered to negotiate. 236 | Mr. Adams to Oct. 10 Transmits his note to Earl Russell, inform- | 514 Mr. Seward.
ing him that his draught of a claims con-
1515 Mr. Adams.
clude a claims convention. Suggests, for the sake of convenience as well as of reciprocity, that the commission should sit in Washington instead of London; this point, however, is not so important as to be strenuously insisted upon. Also, proposes a clause providing that claims pending before the courts of either country shall not be considered by the commission.
1865. 892 | Mr. Adams to Mar. 14 Incloses published report of a recent debate | 520 Mr. Seward.
in the House of Commons, which shows
the validity of our policy. 893 ....... do ........Mar. 16 The late debate in the Commons, alluded to 520
in No. 892, has had a most beneficial effect.