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RELATING TO

FOREIGN AFFAIRS,

ACCOMPANYING THE

ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

TO THE

THIRD SESSION FORTIETH CONGRESS.

PART I.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1869.

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1867. President's message...
1485 Mr. Adams to Mr. Nov. 29 American citizens imprisoned in Great Brit-
Seward.

ain and Ireland for alleged complicity in
Fenian movements. Cases of Warren,

Nagle, and Doyle.
Dec. 4 Parliamentary document concerning Ameri-

can and British claims.
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naturalization question. Suspension of

the habeas corpus in Ireland. 1490 .do.

Dec. 7 Arrest of Ricord O. S. Burke in London,

charged with complicity in the Fenian

conspiracy. 2106 Mr. Seward to Mr, | Dec. 9 Cases of the Manchester prisoners...

Adams. 1492 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 11 Historicus on the naturalization question, Seward.

and the London Times on the law of ex

patriation. 1495 do...

Dec. 14 Case of William J. Nagle. Attempt to blow

up the Clerkenwell prison for the purpose
of liberating prisoners charged with Fe-

nianism.
2108 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 14. Rights of American citizens in Great Brit-
Adams.

tain and Ireland. Cases of Nagle, War

ren, and Costello. 1499 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 21 \.Tenders his resignation as minister to EngSeward.

land. 1500 .....do...

Dec. 21 Trial of John Warren for treason-falony.... 2014 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 23 Rights of American citizens in Great BritAdams.

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Dec. 24 Counsel to be employed for Burke... 1502 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 24 Cases of the Manchester prisoners...

Seward. 1503 ....do.... Dec. 24 Claims growing out of the late civil war in

the United States, 2115 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 25 Arrest in London of Ricord O. S. Burke, Adams.

charged with complicity in the Fenian

conspiracy 1504 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 26 Same subject....

Seward.
2116 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 27 In view of the unsatisfactory condition of
Adams.

the claims controversy and the treatment
of naturalized American citizens by Great
Britain, the United States are not in a po-

sition to change their naturalization laws.

1868.
Do...... Jan, 6 Resignation of Mr. Adams as minister to

England,

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