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INTERNATIONAL LAW:

a part of the common law of England
TRON-CLADS, (see Laird's rams :)

insurgents' contract for six, in 1862...
JACQUEMYNS. (See Rolin.)
JAMAICA :

the Alabama at..
JAY'S TREATY. (See United States.)
JEFFERSON, MR.:

reply to Mr. Hammond's representations

his views of the duty of a neutral nation.
JOINT Higu COMMISSION :

meeting at Washington

protocol of conferences.
JONES & CO.:

slip crew for Georgia in Liverpool ...

trial of members of, before Sir Alexander Cockburn
KLINGENDER, M. G. & Co.:
connected with Fraser, Trenholm & Co....

.note
purchase the Sumter at Gibraltar...
and pay the wages of Alabama crew..

note
LAIRD, JOHN:

speech of, April 27, 1863.....
& Son's contract for Alabama

and accompany her as far as the buoy when she sails
LAIRDS' RAMS:

contract for, and construction....
various representations by Mr. Adams as to
Lord Russell refuses to interfere with...
the seizure and detention of, not an abandonment of pre-

vious lax rule by British government.....
LAUREL, TUE:

takes arms and crew to Shenandoah

Mr. Adams complains of......
LEWIS, SIR GEORGE CORNWALL:

says a proclamation will be issued by the Queen..

opinion as to the duties of neutrals...
LINCOLX, PRESIDENT, (see United States ; Blockade :)

elected President
ivangurated ..

convenes Congress, and calls out militia
LIVERPOOL :

branches of insurgent government established at.

collector of, notified as to Alabama ...
LOUISA ANN FANNY, THE:

inquiries as to..
LYNDHURST, LORD:

views as to law of England and duties of neutrals
MaffitT, COMMANDER:

arrives in Nassau
sends to Bullock men discharged from Florida.

ships crew for Florida at Nassau...
MANSFIELD, LORD:

opinion in case of Russian ambassador...
MARSHALL, CHIEF JUSTICE:

opinion in the Gran Para case

on the effect of a commission upon a man-of-war.
MAURY, THE BARK:

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seized by request of Britislı minister at Washington..

seizure without cause and discharged.....
MELBOURNE. (See Shenandoah.)

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MERCANTILE TRADING COMPANY :
form partnership with insurgent government.....

279
MONROE, JAMES:
correspondence regarding claims of Portugal....

138
MUNICIPAL LAWS:
designed to aid in performance of international duty.

106
international obligation not dependent npon them.

106, 211
an evidence of the nation's sense of its duties.

106
neutral bound to enforco.....

211
belligerent may require enforcement of

211
and enactment of new, if existing laws insufficient.

211
Great Britain heid legal proof of violation of, to be neces-
sary before its action as a neutral could be required...

369
MUNICIPAL PROCLAMATION:

the United States had a right to expect the enforcement of.. 135
NASHVILLE, TIE:
escapes from Charleston

328
receives excessive supply of coal at Bermuda

329
Burns the Harvey Birch

330
arrives at Southampton.

330
proceeds to Bermuda and coals there..

330
reasons why Great Britain should be held responsible for
acts of

331
Nassat:
well adapted for a depot of insurgent supplies

223
made an insurgent depot and base of operations. uoto. 224, 225
Mr. Adams complains of, to Lord Russell..

2:32
made depot for quartermaster's stores.

280
civil authorities of, act in interest of insurgents

342
SETIERLANDS :

conrse of government of, contrasted with that of Great
Britain

463
NEUTRALITY:

derinitions of, by Phillimore, Bluntschli, Hautefeuille, and
Lord Stowell

1:23, 124
duty to observe..

210
failure to observe as to San Jacinto and Honduras.

288
NEUTRALITY LAWS, (see Foreign Enlistment Act :)
of Cnited States enacted at request of Great Britain..

133
NEUTRALS, (See Paris ; Belligerente ; Treaty of Washington :)
duties of, as defined in the treat, of Washington..

22, 148
duties and rights of, as defined in the declaration of Paris... 69
animns of, the sole criterion according to Lord Westbury

101
bound to enforce municipal laws iu belligerent’s favor 108, 211
duties of, recognized in the Queen's proclamation... 123, 125
bound to enforce municipal proclamations....

135, 211
use all the means in its power to prevent viola-
tions of their neutrality..

136, 212
when liable to inake compensation..

136, 212
should amend defective neutrality laws when requested
by belligerents ..

147,211
when should institute proceedings to prevent violations of
neutrality...

147
shonld detain offending vessels coming within their juris-
diction ......

162, 211
should not permit their ports to be made the base of hostile
operations.

166, 212
summary of the duties of, as applicable to this case.

210-213
obligations of, as to an offending vessel, not discharged by
commission as man-of-war..

213
nor by evasion of municipal law..

213
when they may not set up a deposit of the offense..

213
NORTH:
sent to England by the insurgents....

218
Miss, names the Virginia, (or Georgia)..

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Oreto. (See Florida.)
ORTOLAN, THEODORE:

views of, as to construction of men-of-war for belligerents
in veutral ports....

181
says such vessel not to be confounded with ordinary con-
traband of war

195
PALMER, Sir ROUNDELL:
his definition of due diligence

157
his statement of the opinions of British lawyers...... note. 162
his views as to the etiect of a commission upon an offending
vessel....

204
bis speech on the Georgia

403
PALMERSTON, LORD:
thinks separation inust take place.

55
awaiting opinion of law officers

55
speech of, March 27, 1863..

94
speech of, June 30, 1863.

96
speech of, July 23, 1863.

108
minatory conversation with Mr. Adams.

234
PAMPERO, THE:
seizure of, and trial

260
PARIS, DECLARATION OF:
unfriendly course of Great Britain as to, detailed.....

65-82
PHANTOM, THE:
a blockade-runner

297
PHILLIMORE, Sir R.J.:
decision in the case of the International

117
definition of neutrality

123
PIERANTONI:
criticism on the Alabama...

184
PORTUGAL:

abstract of correspondence between, and the United States.. 137–146
principles recognized by, in that correspondence..

146
recognizes international duty to make compensation for

injuries committed by cruisers fitted out in neutral port... 169
how regards effect of commission on such cruiser...

209
course of government of, contrasted with that of British
government.

463
PRIOLEAU, CHARLES K.:
managing member of Fraser, Trenholm & Co.....

220
becomes naturalized as British subject....

220
PRIVATEERING:
declaration of congress of Paris, as to..

6.9
Great Britain willing to legalize with insurgents.

74
but not with the United States

77
PROCLAMATION:

announcing blockade. (See Blockade.)
recognizing insurgents as belligerents. (See Belligerents.)
the Queen's, a recognition of the international duties of
Great Britain..

105
such duties recognized by it defined

123, 125
PROSECUTIONS. (See Bernard.)
PRUSSIA:

course of government of, contrasted with that of British
government

464
Rams. (See Laird'8 rams.)
RAPPAHANNOCK:
short sketch of .....

291
is detained by French authorities....
course of French government as to, contrasted with conduct
of British officials..

293
REGRET. (See Treaty of Washington.)

59-62

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RETRIBUTION, THE:
built at Buffalo, captured by rebels..

390 136
turned into a cruiser.

390 155
her career.

390,392 156
Ronix, JACQUEMYNS:
views as to the Queen's proclamation.

64 31
views as to British neutrality

40
criticism on Mr. Bernard's book

176
RULES, (see Treaty of Washington ; Neutrals:)

the principles stated in these rules in force before the
Treaty of Washington...

148 63
RUSSELL, LORD JOHN, (sce Russell, Earl, where references to, are

indered :)
created Earl Russell during insurrection .....

97 44
RUSSELL, EARL, (seo Dallas ; Adams, Charles Francis :)
promises to await Mr. Adams's arrival...

43

23
discusses independence with insurgent commissioners..

51

26
calls the United States the northern portion of the late
Union..

54

27
is doubtful June 1, 1861, whether there is a war........

57

28
speech of, October 14, 1861.

87

40
speech of, February 5, 1863..

90

41
speech of, June 9, 1961.

96

13
says the insurgents build ships of war in Great Britain be-
cause they have no ports of their own

215 89
reply to Mr. Adams's complaints regarding Nassau

232

95
declines to act on Mr. Adams's complaints regarding insur-
gent operations in February, 18633

249 102
declines to advise amendment of foreign enlistment act. ... 251, 253

103
says the Alabama and Oreto are a scandal to British liws... 234 101
thinks the interest of the insurgent government in block- 282, 284 114, 115
ade-runners should not be interfered with...

290 117
letter to Mason, Slivell, and Mann ....

309 125
reply to Mr. Adams's note regarding sale of Sumter.

322 130
sends Mr. Adams the report of customs officers on tho
Florida...

336 135
reply to Jr. Adams regarding treatment of Florida at
Bermuda

361 144
tells Mr. Adams to refer evidence about Alabama to Liver-
pool collector.....

366 146
conference with Mr. Adams after escape of Alabama.

375 150
says Alabama was partly fitted out in Great Britain.

380 14
reply to Mr. Adams's complaints about Georgia.

397 1537
forwards Bullock's letter to Waddell...

448 178
reply to Mr. Adams's complaints regarding Laurel..

453 100
Russia:

course of the government of, contrasted with that of Great
Britain....

464 183
RUSSLAN AMBASSADOR:
arrest of, in time of Queen Anno...

119
SALDANHA'S EXPEDITION:
arrest of, at Terceira..

194 81
SALISBURY, MARQUIS OF:
speech of, when Lord Robert Cecil....

99 44
Sax JACINTO:
how treated at Barbadoes

356 142
SAXTISIMA TRINIDAD:
opinion in oase of....

197 82
SEA-KING, THE. (See Shenandoah.)
SEMNES, RAPHAEL, (see Alabama :)
his opinion of the Alabama...

381 152

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SEWARD, MR.:

instructs Mr. Adams to complain of insurgent operations

inade from British jurisdiction
SIups. (See Vessels.)
SHENANDOAII, THE, OR SEA-Kixg:

sbort sketch of
built in Clyde, and attracted Dudley's attention.
description of
sold to father-in-law of Prioleau..
sails armed, and under command of Corbett, a well-known

blockade-runner.....
her officers and crew sail from Liverpool in the Laurel.
is armed from the Laurel at Madeira...
is short of men
arrives at Melbourne
her transfer to the insurgents known there in advance of

her arrival
representations as to, by United States consul to author-

ities
captain of, asks permission to coal and make repairs.
permission granted
delay in reporting what repairs were necessary
report as to repairs made five days after arrival
permission to repair again granted.....
captain is requested to name day when he can go to sea..
many men are illegally enlisted for crew of
proceedings as to, in colonial legislature...
correspondence with colonial authorities regarding enlist-

ments for....
enlistments continue; repairs suispended.
repairs resumed and completed ..
three hundred tons of coal taken from a transport sent for

the purpose from Liverpool....
consul furnishes proof of illegal enlistments to colonial

authorities
no action taken thereon
number and notoriety of enlistments.
no supplies or coal needed for.
repairs prolonged to enlist men.
no repairs needed...
critical examination of report of repairs
returns to Liverpool
violations of nentrality by.

reasons for holding Great Britain liable for acts of.
SINGAPORE:

Alabama coals at
SLAVERY:

opposition to the limitation of, the cause of secession.......
SPAIN:

recognizes international duty to make compensation for

injuries by cruisers fitted out in violation of interna-

tional duty
how, regards the effect of a commission on such cruisers...
course of the government of, contrasted with that of the

British government.
STOERKODDER, THE, OR STONEWALL:

short sketch of career of .
STORY, MR. JUSTICE:

detinitions of diligence

opinion in the case of the Santisima Trinidad.
STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H.:

vice-president of insurgent government.
his views as to slavery
his speech against secession

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