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United States Department of State / Index to the executive documents of the House of Representatives for the second session of the forty-fifth Congress, 1877-'78
(1877-1878)

List of papers, with their subjects,   pp. XXVII-XLVIII [XLVII] ff. PDF (7.9 MB)


Page XXVII


LIST OF PAPERS, WITH THEIR SUBJECTS.
CIRCULARS.
No. From whom and to whom.
1 Mr. Evarts to the diplomatic
     and consular officers.
2 Mr. Evarts to the diplomatic
     and consular officers in Eu-
     rope and Turkish domin-
     ions.
3  Mr. Evarts to the diplo-
     maticofficers of the United
     States in Spanish-Ameri-
     can countries.
4  Mr.Seward to the diplomatic
     officers of the  United
     States in European coun-
     tries.
Date.
  1877.
May 23
June 28
July 13
Aug. '7
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.
                           S1876.
Mr. Osborn to Mr. Fish..... Nov. .19
...... do.......-          Dec. 11
.do- - - - -
.do----               -     Mar. 20
.do ..-..........---------Apr. 10
Mr. Osborn to Mr. Evarts.. May    9
       .do-------------May 14
..... do ....................
.do.       ......             ay 26
...... do  ... ...... ....... I. .IJuly  21
  1877.
Mar. 19
                  Subject.
European tour of Ex-President General Grant:
. Diplomatic and consular attentions invited.
Protection of Swiss citizens in European countries
  and Turkish dominions during the Russo-Turk-
  ish war: Good offices of the agents of the United
  States to be continued in their behalf.
Trade between the United States and Spanish-
  American countries: Commercial information
  and statistics to be transmitted; the best means
  of fostering trade and commerce between the
  nations of the American continent to be sought;
  markets needed for the manufactures and prod-
  ucts of the United States; beneficial influences
  of such increased international intercourse upon
  the-political and social status of the Spanish-
  American States; consular and diplomatic offi-
  cers to point out trades in which Americans may
  share.
Trade between the United States and European
  countries: Setting forth the same considerations
  in favor of increased commercial intercourse as
  in the preceding circular.
Inauguration of the railway from C6rdova to Tucu-
  man: Description of the province; good recell-
  tion of President Avellaneda; his address; loan
  of ten millions to the government by the provin-
  cial bank of Buenos Ayres; fall in gold; good
  prospects for the future.
Revolutionary movement of Lopez Jordan: The
  four river provinces declared under martial law;
  arrest of the leaders; character of Lopez Jor-
  dan; his probable escape from punishment.
Crime in Buenos Ayres: Great number of assassi-
  nations androbberies; public excitement thereat;
  a new minister of justice appointed; the jails
  found crowded with convicted murderers; their
  prompt execution begun by Quesada's orders.
Rumors8 of rebellion in provinces of Buenos Ayres
  and Santa F6: Electoral excitement.
Result of the Argentine elections: Rioting in
  Buenos Ayres and Santa F6; quiet elsewhere;
  comments on the late insurrectionary plot; the
  country in a very critical state, through com-
  mercial crisis, drought, &c.; decline in Argen-
  tine bonds.
Meeting of the Argentine Congress: Message of
  President Avellaneda; the debt statements; ex-
  ports in excess of imports for the first time;
  national retrenchments; amnesty to political
  exiles; efforts at reconciliation.
  Manifesto of General Mitre: His efforts to recon-
  cile the government andthe opposition; a serious
  outbreak probably prevented.
  Festivals in honor of the anniversary of Argentine
  independence: Proposal to bring home the re-
  mains "of General San Martin.
  Floods in Buenos Ayres; Large loss of'sheep and
  cattle; another rebellion in Santa F6; failure of
  a colonization scheme and departure of the
  "California colony" for Texas.
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