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COMMENCEMENT OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE FORTIETH CONGRESS.
1866. 1275 Mr. Adams to Mr. Nov. 23 Return of Mr. Adams to London. ConverSeward.
sation with Lord Stanley as to plan of set
tling Alabama claims. 1277 ..do........ Nov. 24 Difference of opinion between Consuls Dudley
and Morse as to withdrawal of suits against
Fraser, Trenholm & Co.
Morse ordered home.
1 Continuance of suits against Fraser, Tren
holm & Co. 1284
Dec. 6 The great reform demonstration in London .. 1286 ..do.
Dec. 7 | Reception of copies of despatches which were
addressed by Lord Stanley to Sir F. Bruce,
despatch No. 1835.
demonstrations in America and the depart
ure of Stephens.
for copies of the record of the trial of Lynch
aud McMahon. 1965 Mr. Seward to Mr. Dec. 10 | Our claims on the ground of violations of Adams.
neutrality. 1856 ... ... do...... Dec. 10 Case of John Willis Menard, arrested at
Jamaica for alleged complicity in insurrec
tion. 1889 .do.
Dec. 14 Suit against Fraser, Trenholm & Co........ 1894 ...do.
Dec. 24 Ground assumed by the United States when
asking for the record of the trial of Lynch
and McMahon. 1895 .do....... Dec. 24 Appointment of Isaac F. Redfield as counsel
for the government in the matter of the
recovery of rebel property. 1293 Mr. Adams to Mr. Dec. 28 Advising settlement of suit against Fraser, Seward.
Trenbolin & Co.
1867. 1297 .....do....... Jan. 2 Mr. Morse's statement in answer to deposition
of Mr. Hull. 1903 Mr. Seward to Mr. Jan. 4 As to the revocation of the
powers conferred Adams.
by the Treasury upon Mr. Morse in the
case of Fraser, Trenbolm & Co. 1239 Mr. Adams to Mr. Jan. 5 Transmitting London Times containing arti. Seward.
cle on the disputed questions between the
two countries. 1301 ...... do..
9 | Transmitting London Times' comments on
the proposition to arbitrate the differences