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Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, transmitted to congress with the annual message of the president, December 2, 1872

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Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, transmitted to congress with the annual message of the president, December 2, 1872
Volume I
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1872

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[Cover]

[Title page] Papers relating to foreign relations of the United States, transmitted to Congress with the annual message of the President, December 2, 1872: part II

[Half-title] Papers relating to the Treaty of Washington. Volume I. - Geneva Arbitration

[Contents] Table of contents

[Half-title] The case of the United States, laid before the Tribunal of Arbitration, convened at Geneva, under the provisions of the treaty between the United States of America and Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain, concluded at Washington, May 8, 1871, pp. [1] ff.

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. [3]-7 ff.

Part I: introduction, pp. [9]-17 ff.

Part II: the unfriendly course pursued by Great Britain toward the United States from the outbreak to the close of the insurrection, pp. [19]-46

Part III: the duties which Great Britain, as a neurtal [neutral], should have observed toward the United States, pp. [47]-88

Part IV: wherein Great Britain failed to perform its duties as a neutral, pp. [89]-123 ff.

Part V: wherein Great Britain failed to perform its duties as a neutral. - the insurgent cruisers, pp. [125]-184

Part VI: the tribunal should award a sum in gross to the United States, pp. [185]-190

Index, pp. [191]-204

[Half-title] Case presented on the part of the Government of Her Britannic Majesty to the Tribunal of Arbitration, constituted under Article 1 of the treaty concluded at Washington on the 8th of May, 1871, between Her Britannic Majesty and the United States of America, p. [205]

[Contents] General contents, p. [206]

Part I: statement of the matter referred to the arbitrators, as it is understood by the Government of her Britannic Majesty, pp. [207]-210

Part II: statement of events which attended and followed the commencement of the Civil War and of the course pursued in relation to it by Great Britain and other maritime powers, pp. 211-235

Part III: statement on international rights and duties; on the powers which were possessed by Her Britannic Majesty's Government of preventing unlawful equipments, and the manner and circumstances in and under which these powers were exercised during the war, pp. [236]-271

Part IV: considerations proper to be kept in view by the arbitrators in reference to the cases of the Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Shenandoah, pp. 272-273

Part V: statement of facts relative to the Florida, pp. 274-307

Part VI: statement of facts relative to the Alabama, pp. 308-353

Part VII: statement of facts relative to the Georgia, pp. [354]-373

Part VIII: statement of facts relative to the Shenandoah, pp. 374-406

Part IX: recapitulation of facts previously stated, pp. [407]-410

Part X: remarks in conclusion, pp. [411]-413 ff.

[Half-title] The counter case of the United States presented to the Tribunal of Arbitration, at Geneva, under the provisions of the Treaty of Washington, with an appendix containing additional documents, correspondence, and evidence, pp. [415]-[416]

[Contents] List of papers accompanying the counter case of the United States, pp. [417]-428

The counter case of the United States, presented to the Tribunal of Arbitration, at Geneva, under the provisions of the Treaty of Washington, April 15, 1872, pp. [429]-442

[Half-title] Additional documents, correspondence, and evidence accompanying counter case of the United States, pp. [443] ff.

Correspondence, pp. [445]-755 ff.

[Half-title] Part II: counter case and documents of the United States, pp. [757] ff.

Cuban correspondence, 1866-1871, pp. [759]-856 ff.

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