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United States Department of State / The executive documents of the House of Representatives for the first session of the fiftieth Congress. 1887-'88
(1887-1888)

Alphabetical index,   pp. 1137-1149 PDF (5.8 MB)


Page 1137


                     ALPHABETICAL INDEX.
                                        A.
   Page.
Abduction by Mexican soldiers of prisoners in custody of American officials
in
      Arizona .....692-698, 700, 709, 710,711,713,717, 719,3722,723,726,
728,2742,871,872
Aborigines of Formosa : their partial civilization------------------- . 
  231
Abyssinian coast blockaded by Italy------------------------------.      
 650
Ae Teck, (See Citizenship.)
Anderson, George F. (See Great Britain.)
Arana, Mrs. Charlotte Dowdall-de., (See Citizenship.)
Arbios, Jean-Pierre. (See France.)
Arbitration in international disputes: appeal of the  Friends of Peace"
for.  284
    United States in favor of arbitration.................................287
Argentine Republic: inauguration of President Juarez ;. composition of cab.
      inet; inaugural address; farewell address of ex-President Roca........*
1-3
    subsidy granted to proposed line of American steamers between New
      York and Buenos Ayres............,...........,.,............,....6,
    United'States legation made a first-class mission-..,......................12
Attack on United States consulate at antos, Brazil.. ......... ..........53,57,58,64
Austria-Hungary:: expulsion of Antonio Chirighin ...,. ........     .   .,13,16,18
                                           B.
Belgium: commercial law congress to be held at Brussels; United States
      requested to be represented............................... ....-. 
   43,44
    international exposition of sciences and industry to be held at Brussels
      in 1888..    ........    .........................................
      36
    proposed reorganization'of army.....-.................-----.-.-- ....-25
    riot at Ostend, caused by the bringing of fish thereby English fishermen.
 40'
    telephonic cofivention with France .... .......................... ....30
Bernhard, Albert. '(See Citizenship.),;
Bolivia: seat of government transferred to Sucre........................7
45,46
Boundary dispute between Brazil and. the Argentine Republic, report on....
 47
    Argentine contention.............           ...............49
    Brazilian contention-.-...-.........---............,.. ........-....
   51
Boundary dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica ;-mediation of Guate-
      mala-----------------...........................,.....   ...    73,82,85
    arbitration of President._... ..... ..........     .....89, 267,268,
910,9911,912
    protest of Nicaragua against alleged encroachments of Costa Rica..-,..
107,)110
    convention submitting question to arbitration of United States ratified
      by Nicaragua........        -.  .        .    ...........115
    ratified by Costa Rica..       ..                     ..            
     124
    reference to-dispute in message of Costa Rican President............
  125
    amicably settled by treaty.          ......................         
     136
    treaty of settlement-..-.-..- ....................................140
    ratification of treaty recommended by President of Nicaragua .... ...
 143
    treaty rejected by Nicaraguan senate...................... ......-  
 270
Brazil: attack on United States consulate at Santos....................53,57,
58, 64
    estates of foreigners dying in Brazil; law relative to. ................60,63
    expiration of consular conventions with; notice of, given-........--.....
60
    extension of concessions to Dom Pedro II American Cable Co ........58,64,67
    foreign affairs of, report on ..................................... 
   54
    illness of Emperor ..............................................   
64,)67
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