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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)

Alphabetical index,   pp. [637]-654 PDF (8.1 MB)


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642                                INDEX.
Page.
kxtradition. (See Brent, Brush, Gray, Jones, Lawrence, Moore, Smith, Wins-
      low.)
    message from the President to the Senate, transmitting documents and
      correspondence-271
    Great Britain offers to resume, in conformity with the existing treaty;
note
      from Mr. Thornton-----------------------------------------------276
    reply of Mr. Fish, accepting the proposition----------------------------276
    telegram to Mr. Pierrepont concerning renewal of procedure under the
      treaty.-----------------------------------------                  
  277
    appointment of a British commission to report on the general question
of
      procedure    --------------------------------------------------287-282
    case of Rosas Samaniego, a Carlist leader; Spain demands his surrender
      of France.-.......- ...-........................................485
                                      F.
Famine: in the northern provinces of China-...........................109-112
Ferguson, Mr.-J. H., Netherlands minister in China: his efforts to relieve
the
      ShaI-tung famine.............109-112
Figaro, Le, of Paris: publishes a libellous letter concerning the Philadelphia
      exhibition; denial of its reputed author.. .....................128-132
Finances: of Austria; Cisleithanian loan of 40,000,000 florins...20
    of Brazil..................    .....................................47,49
    of Denmark; failure of the appropriation bill; a provisional budget
      decreed...........................-.....                         119-123
    of Egypt; the Kh6dive's debts; the arrangement made by Messrs. Goschen
      and Joubert....................................................619
    of Guatemala; forced loan of $500,000.     ..................I67
    of Hayti; vote of censure in the assembly, a cabinet crisis...............316-321
    of Italy; discussion of in the Italian Parliament-...................-
330
    of Japan; retrenchments; reduction of the land-tax ....................
338-341
    of Japan; the budget for 1876-'77 submitted; nature and extent of re-
      trenchments-----------.--    .......................      -------342-348
    of Japan: customs returns for April, 1877.; decrease of revenue------------357
    of Spain; the budget for 1877-'78 as presented; its main features-........-505-508
    of Spain; the budget as passed by the C6rtes ..........517
    of Tunis; embarrassment;failure to pay the semi-annual coupon-..-..-
----636
Fisheries Commission: the appointment ofea third commissioner by the Aus-
      trian ambassador in London; correspondence with Count Andrassy....
23,24
    Mr. Maurice Delfosse notified of his appointment as third commissioner
. 45
    his acceptance ........----------------m46
    appointment of Mr. Delfosse reported by Mr. Pierrepont-..................259
Forbes, Mr. F. B.: on the establishment of a Chinese mint---.-.----...-.-.-..--
99
Formosa: coal mines in the island; proposed telegraphic cable to; its oil
      resources-112
Four and one-half per cent. loan: inquiry of the Paris stock-brokers' associa-
    tion respecting -.--..-----------------------------------           
  141
    reply of Mr. Hitt to the foregoing inquiry.------------------------------
 142
Fourth of July : celebration in Constantinople. -  -600
    celebration in London by Mr. Pierrepont......-  .... --------------------
- 262
France: fall of the Dufaure cabitet -----------------------------------132-135
    the diplomatic and consular service, its organization and regulations
for
      admission and promotion-------.                 ................ 142-146
    attitude of, in the Russo-Turkish war.---------------------------- -
I _.148-151
    programmes for examinations and regulations for entrance to the diplo-
      matic and consular service-..........................--.-.----- 155-167
    funeral of M. Thiers.-..--.---------------------------------------1 
  169
    electoral manifesto of President MacMahon----------------------------170
    question of the trade-marks convention with; an obscurity cleared up...
172,173
    extradition of Rosas Samaniego, a Carlist guerritlero, demanded by Spain.
 485
Franco-German war: collected correspondence of Mr. Washburne relating to..
136
    Mr. Washburne's correspondence received by the Department-...........-137
Franklin, Benjamin: letter of the United States commissioners to the French
      Government, December 23, 1776--.-..----.. . -I.----_--_.-.--     154,155
Frauds in accounts:: punished with death in the case of high Chinese officials.
 82
Free trade in ships: advocated by Mr. Seward for vessels engaged in Chinese
      trade.............................................................
   114


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