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Full text of "Register [containing a list of persons employed in the department and in the diplomatic, consular and territorial service of the United States, with maps showing where the ministers and consuls are resident abroad : also a list of the diplomatic officers and consuls of foreign countries resident within the United States] : corrected to .."



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KE-GISTER 



THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



COXTAINING A LIST OF 



PERSONS EMPLOYED IN THE DEPARTMENT 



THE DIPLOMATIC, CONSULAR, 



TERRITORIAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, 



MAPS SHOWING WHERE THE MINISTERS AND CONSULS ARE 
EESIDENT ABROAD: 



A LIST OF THE DIPLOMATIC OFFICEES AND CONSULS Oi 

rOKEIGJf COUifTRIES EESIDEKT AVITIIIX 

THE UNITED STATES. 



Corrected to September 25, 1872. 







WASHINGTON: 

GOVEKNMENT PRINTING 01<'FI(!E. 
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NOTICE. 



Officers ill charge of the respective legations, consulates-general, consulates, 
and commercial agencies are requested to note errors or omissions in this 
register, and report them to the Department. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page, 

I. Secretaries of State 5 

II. Assistant Secretaries of State 5 

III. Officers and Clerks of the Department of State 6 

IV. Organization of the Department of State • 7 

V. ReguUitions of the Department of State 9 

VI. Diplomatic Service of the United States 11 

VII. Tribunal of Arbitration between the United States and Great Britain, 

at Geneva 12 

VIII. American and British Joint Claims Commission 12 

IX. American and Mexican Joint Claims Commission 12 

X. American and Spanish Joint Claims Commission 13 

XI. United States Commissioner to International Exposition at Vienna in 

673 13 

XII, Dispatch Agents 13 

XIII. Auditing Officers of Treasury for Department of State 13 

XIV. Eevising Officers of Diplomatic and Consular Accounts 13 

XV. Consular Service of the United States 14 

XVI. Consular Clerks 36 

XVII. Territorial Officers 37 

XVIII. Foreign Legations in the United States 38 

XIX. Foreign Consuls in the United States 40 

XX. Regulations concerning Diplomatic Precedence 48 

XXI. Diplomatic Representatives of the United States before the adoption of 

the Constitution 41) 

XXII. Ministers and Charges d'Aifaires of the United States since March 4, 1789. ^0 

XXIII. Secretaries to Legations of the United States 75 

XXIV, Envoys, Ministers, and Charges d'AfFaires of foreign countries to the 

United States since March 4, 1789 79 

XXV. Treaties between the United States and Foreign Countries which have 

been proclaimed since March 4, 1869 SO, 

XXVI. List of papei-s transmitted to Congrress from the Department of State 

since March 4, 1869 91 

XXVII. Index of names 104 

XXVIIL Index of places 114 

XXIX. Maps (after) 121 



REGISTER 



THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



I.— SECRETARIES OF STATE— 1789 to 1872. 



1789. 


Sept. 20 


1794. 


.Tau. 2 


1795. 


Dec. 10 


1800. 


Mav 13 


1801. 


^larcli 5 


1809. 


miarch 0. 


1811. 


Atiril 2. 


1817. 


March 5. 


1825. 


Marclj 7 


1829. 


Maieh 0. 


1831. 


May 24 


1833. 


Mav 29. 


1834. 


June 27. 


1841. 


March 5. 


1843. 


Mav 24. 


1843. 


July 24 


1844. 


Feb. 29 


1844. 


ilarch 6. 


1845. 


^larch 6. 


1849. 


March 7. 


1850. 


July 22 


1852. 


Nov. 6. 


1853. 


March 7. 


1857. 


ilarch 6. 


18n0. 


Dec. 17. 


1861. 


March 5. 


1809. 


March 5. 


1869. 


March 11 



Secretaries of State. Presidents. 

Thomas Jefferson, of AHrginia Geornfe "Washington. 

Edmund Ilandoliih, of Virginia Do 

Timothy Pickering, of Penusylvauia.. j j^^^^ Adams. 

.Tohn Marshall, of Virginia Do. 

James Madison, of Virginia Thomas Jefferson. 

Robert Smith, of ilaryland James Madison. 

James Monroe, of Virginia Do. 

John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts.. James Monroe. 

Henry Clay, of Kentucky John Quincy Adams. 

Alartin Van Bureu, of New York Andre\v Jacksou. 

E<lward Livingston, of Louisiana Do. 

Louis McLaiie, of Delaware Do. 

John Forsyth, of Georgia j Do. 

f Martiu ^''an Buren. 
Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts \ William H. Harrison. 

'I John Tyler. 

Hugh S. Legar6, of South Carolina Do. 

Abel P. Upshur, of Virginia Do. 

John Nelson, of Maryland Do. 

Jtriin C. Calhoun, of South Carolina Do. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania James K. Polk. 

John M. Clayton, of Delaware < Zachary Taylor. 

I Millard' Fillmore. 

Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts Do. 

Edward Everett, of Massachusetts Do. 

William D. Marcy, of New York Franklin Pierce. 

Lewis Cass, of Michigan James Buchanan. 

Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania . Do. 

William H. Seward, of New York \ Abraham Lincoln. 

) Andrew Johnson. 

Elihu B. Washburne, of Illinois U. S. Grant. 

Hamilton Fish, of New York Do. 



II.— ASSISTANT SECRETARIES OF STATE— 1853 to 1872. 



1853. 


March 23. 


1855. 


Mav 8. 


1855. 


Nov. 1. 


lt^57. 


April 4. 


1800. 


June 8. 


1801. 


March 6. 


1800. 


July 27. 


1869. 


March 25. 


1872. 


Feb. 19. 



A. Dudley Mann, of Ohio. 

William Hunter, of Rhode Island. 

John -A. Thomas, of New York. 

John A])pleton, of Maine. 

William H. Treseot, of South Carolina. 

IVederick W. Seward, of New York. 

William Hunter, of Rhode Island, (Second Assistant Secretary.) 

J. C. Bancroft Davis, of New York. 

Charles Hale, of Massachusetts. 



6 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



^"^'. . .^^.J, .^ -""V f 'i Names and offices. 



III.— DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
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Secretary of State. (Salary, $8,000.) 
Hamilton Fish 

Assistant Secretary of State. (Salary, $3,500.) 
^Miipipigill^ 

Second Assistant Secretary of State. (Salary, 
$3,500.) 

William Hunter \. . 

Chief Clerk. (Salary, |2,500.) 

K. S. Chew 



Disbursing Cleric and Agent. (Salary, 
$•2,000.) 



Theodore W. Dimon 

Clerks of the fourth class. 
Henry D. J. Pratt 



(Salary, $1,800.) 



Mmu*^ JM l Wf 



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Va . . . . 



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N.T . 



George Bartle 

iFerdinand Jeflerson 

Edward Haywood 

Geo. L. Berdau 

Sevellon A. Brown 

John H. Haswell 

Henry L. Thomas « 

Charles Payson 

Clerks of the third class. (Salary, $1 ,C00. 

Jno. P. Polk 

"Warren C. Stone 

-e. O. St. Clair 

Prederick Korte 

A. H. Clements 

Thomas Morrison 

Arthur B. Wood 

Dwight T. Eeed 

P. L. Schiicking 

Clerks of the second class. (Salary, $1,400.) 

Kewton Benedict 

Geo. V. Reeves 

Louis r. W hitncy 

Clerks of the first class. (Salary, $1,200.) 

John J. Chew 

E. M. Hinds 

Henry Marix 

Samuel Kondrick 

James R. O'Bryon 

Charles McCarthy 



Mass.. 
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■ Md.... 
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N.Y .- 
N.T .. 
N.T .. 
N.T .. 
Sicily . 



Del . . - 
N.Y -. 
N.T .- 
Germ'y 
D.C... 
Canada 
K T . . 
Ohio .. 
Germ'y 

A". T . . 
N.T .. 

Canada 

D.C 
N. Y .. 
Russia 
KT .. 
D.C... 
D.C... 



Mar. 11, 1869 



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D.C. 



N.Y . 

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D.C. 



D.C. 
La . . . 
D.C. 
Iowa . 
D.C. 
D.C- 



May 22, 1829 



July 10, 1834 



Oct. !), 1864 



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Mar. 11, 1869 



IN'ov. 

Dec. 

June 

tNov. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Juno 



Nov. 
Aug. 



1,1851 
1, 1852 
7, 1856 
1,1861 

1. 1863 

9. 1864 

1. 1865 

1. 1869 

1. 1870 



1, 1849 
5, 1865 



Kov. 12, 1865 
tDec. 7,1865 
Mar. 28, 1800 
Mar. 7,1867 
July 15, 1867 
tOot. 1,1867 
Aug. 17, 1868 



iSept. 15, 1865 
tOct. 8, 1866 
June 1,1870 



fMay 24, 1870 
June 4,1870 
tJuno 23, 1870 
tJune 27, 1870 
tOct. 15, 1870 
May , 1871 



'May 22, 1829 
July 10, 1834 

Jan. 1, 1865 



Mar. 11,1869 



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Nov. 1, 

Dec. 1, 

June 7, 
July 21, 

Oct. 1, 

July 1, 

Aug. 1, 

Oct. 4, 

June 1, 



1851 
1852 
1856 
1864 
1863 
1866 
1867 
1869 
1870 



Nov. 1, 1849 
April 1,1866 
June 7,1870 
June 1, 1870 
Dec. 1, 1866 
July 1,1809 
Feb. 1, 1869 
April 1, 1870 
June 22, 1871 



Dec. 21,1870 
Sept. 29, 1870 
June 1,1870 



.Oct. 1, 1871 
June 22, 1871 
Dec. 21,1870 
Dec. 21, 1870 
Dec. 1, 1871 
Jure 22, 1871 



July 27,1860 



July 27,1860 



June 22, 1871 



Mar. 

July 

July 

Dec. 

Doc. 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Dec. 



19, 1864 

1, 1866 

27, 1866 

21, 1870 

21. 1870 
1, 1870 

22. 1871 
4, 1869 

21, 1870 



July 1, 1855 

Aug. 1, 1867 

June 22,1871 

Oct. 1, 1871 

Feb. 1, 1869 

July 1, 1869 

Dec. 21,1870 

Dec. 21, 1870 

Dec. 1, 1871 

Dec. 1, 1871 

Dec. 21,1870 

June 1, 1870 



Oct. 1, 1871 

June 22,1871 

Dec. 21,1370 

Dec. 21,1870 

Dec. 1,1871 

June 22,1871 



*Appointed Chief Clerk May 17 1852. 
tErnployment has not been coufiuuous. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Department of State — Contiuned. 



Kamcs and offices. 



Miscellaneous employes. 

Wm. P. Faherty, proof-reader aud superintendent of the foreign mails 

Hugh McGraw, assistant proof-reader and stationery clerk 

Thomas Griftin, assistant to the proof-reader 

"William Gwiu, messenger, (chief) 

Levi Loomis, messenger, (assistant) 

George "Wohlforth, laborer 

Henry "W. Treeman, laborer 

Henry Jarvis, laborer 

Joseph Small wood, laborer 

Luke Karney, laborer 

Louis Beauregard, laborer 

Edward A. Savoy, laborer 

John Butler, laborer 

John H. Kelly, laborer '. 

James "Williamson, -watchman 

Nicholas Caifray, watchman 

Egnatz Kraus, watchman 

"Walter Scott, watchman 



Md.. 

N.Y 

Ireland 

Va.. 

JIass 

Gerni'y 

N.C.. 

Ya... 

D.C.. 

Irelau 

Canada 

B.C 

D. C 

D. C 

Va. 

N. T . . 

Gcrm'y 

Eng... 



1839 
1861 
1866 
1871 
1865 
1866 
1866 
1866 
1865 
1867 
1869 
1871 
1871 
1871 
1849 
1869 
1870 
1871 



D.C.. 
X.T . 
B.C.. 

Va... 

Va... 

B.C.. 

N.C.. 

D.C.. 

B.C. 

B.C. 

B.C 

B.C. 

B.C. 

B.C. 

B.C 

K.Y 

B.C- 

B.C. 



§1, 300 
900 
irOO 
840 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 



IV.— ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Office hours: For the public, from 9J a. m. to 2i p. m. ; for the cUirks and employc.s, from 9^ a. m. to 4 p. m. 
Thursdays are reserved exclusively for the Biplomatic Corps. 



Bureaus and clerks. 



Bistribution of business. 



CHIEF clerk's bureau. 

E. S. Chew, chief clerk. 



Sevellon A. Brown. 
John H. Haswell. 
"Warren C. Stone. 

Ferdinand Jefferson, keeper of rolls. 

FIRST DIFLOMATIC BUREAU. 

(Under the superintendence of the 
Assistant Secretary.) 
Henry B. J. Pratt, Chief of Bureau. 
George L. Berdan. 
Bwight T. Reed. ' 



Has general supervision of the clerks and employes of the 
Bepartment ; custody of the archives ; receipt and distribu- 
tion of the correspondence ; indexing the records. 



Biplomatic correspondence with Austria, Belgium, Benmark, 
China, Franco, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, IS'etherlands, 
Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Xorwaj-, and Switzerland, and 
miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Organisation of the Department of State — Continued. 



Bureaus and clerks. 



Distribution of business. 



SECOND DIPLOMATIC RUEEAU. 

(Under the superintendence of the 
Second Assistant Secretary.) 
• Charles Payson, Chief of Bureau. 
John P. Polk. 
P. L. Schlickins. 



FIR.ST COXSUL.iR DUREAU. 

(Under the superintendence of the 
Assistant Secretary.) 
A. B. Wood, Chief of Bureau. 
Samuel Kendrick. 
James E. O'Bryon. 
George F. Reeves. 

SECOND CONSULAR BUREAU. 

(Under the superiuteudence of the 
Second Assistant Secretary.) 
A. H. Clements, Chief of Bureau. 
P. O. St. Clair. 



LAW BUREAU. 

Heui y O'Connor, Examiner of Claims. 

BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS. 

Theo.W. Dimon, Disbursement Clerk. 

STATISTICAL BUREAU. 

(jharles Payson, Chief of Bureau. 
John J. Chew, Librarian. 
H. Maris. 

TRANSLATIONS. 

Henry L. Thomas, Translator. 

PARDONS AND COMMISSIONS. 

George Bartle, Chief of Bureau. 
Frederick Korte. 

TERRITORIAL AND DOMESTIC RECORD 
BUREAU. 

(Under the superintendence of the 
Assistant Secretary.) 
Edward Haywood, Chief of Burcavi. 
E. M. Hinds, Kecord Clerk. 



Diplomatic correspoudence with the Argentine Bepublic, 
Bolivia, Brazil, Barbary States, Chili, Colombia, Costa Kica, 
Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Guatemala, the Hawaiian Islands, 
Hayti, Hondura.s, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Para- 
guay, Peru. Eussla, Salvador, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, 
and miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 



Correspondence with consulates within the dominions of Aus- 
tria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Great 
Britain, -Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and 
Norway, and Switzerland, and miscellaneous correaiiondence 
relating thereto. 



Correspondence with consulates m the dominions of the Argen- 
tine Eepublic, Bolivia, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Costa Kica, 
Ecuador, Greece, Guatemala, Hawaiian Islands, Hayti, Hon- 
duras, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, 
Eussia, Salvador, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, and other 
consulates not under the First Consular Bureau, together 
■with miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 

(From the Department of Justice.) . The examination of all 
que.stions of law submitted by the Secretary or the Assistant 
Secretaries. 

Custody and disbursement of appropriations under direction 
of the Department ; care of the building and property of the 
Department. 

Preparation of the Reports upon Commercial Relations. 
Custody of the printed books and pamphlets. 



Translations by order of the Secretary, or the Assistant Sec- 
retaries, or Chief Clerk. 

Preparation and issue of commissions; preparation of pardons 
and correspondence relating thereto ; applications for oflice. 



The correspondence -with territorial officers, and the miscel- 
laneous correspondence not connected with the diplomatic 
or consular service. 



REGULA.TIOXS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Organization of the Department of State — Coutiiuied. 



Bureaus and clerks. 



Distribution of buainess. 



PASSPORT BURKAU. 

Xowton Benedict, Passport Cloik. 

TELEGRAPH. 

Tlionias Mninsoii, Operator. 

MAILS. 



The issue and rcc(n'd of passports. 



Eeception of messages to tlio Department, and transmission 
of such as may be ordered by the Secretary or Assistant 
Secretaries. 



■William P. Faherty. I Superintendent of foreign mails. 

Charles McCarthy. ' Mail clerk. 



Note. — The iinassigued clerks are employed, under the direction of the chief clerk, on the general 
work of the Department. It is understood, however, that notwithstanding the above distribution, the 
chief clerk may require the clerks of one Bureau to do the work belonging to any other Bureau when 
the convenience of tlie Department requires it. 



v.— RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Depaktjient of State, January 3, 1871. . 

I. The office hom-.s of the Dep.artment are from 9.30 a. m., at which hour gentlemen 
are expected to he at their desk.s, to 4 j). m. ; and until sucli later hour as the exigency 
of the public business .shall demand. A satisfoctory explanation will be required for 
all ab.sences between these hours. It i.s expected that the reading of newspapers in 
the Department will bo dispen.sed with during business hours. Clerks and employes 
are not permitted to visit each other or to receive visits during business hours. Clerks 
or others in the Department are not to give information of any of the business or cor- 
respondence of the Department, or any information or advice as to any vacancies to be 
filled or that may be likely to occur, or as to appointments to be made. No smoking 
will be allowed in any parts of the building that are free to the public. 

II. The chief of each Bureau is responsible for the observance of these rules by the 
clerks and employes under him, as well as for the condition of the archives, corre- 
spondence, and records in his charge. If, at any time, his force is insufficient for the 
Avork assigned to him, or if any gentleman in his Bureau fails to complj' with these reg- 
ulations, or to satisfactorily discharge his duties, he will report to the chief clerk in 
writing, whose duty it will be to transmit the report without delay to the Secretary. 

III. Monthly reports on the first day of each month will be made by each head of a 
Bnreau (except the Bureau of Accounts) to the chief clerk, of the condition of his Bu- 
reau, showing the amount of the correspondence of the previous month, the number of 
pages yet to be recorded or compared, and tlie number of papers yet to be indexed. 
These reports should be in tabular form, and uniform in form and size, and should be 
transmitted to the Secretary by the chief clerk, with a like report as to general work 
in the Department not embraced in the general Bureaus, and with a tabulated ab.stract 
of the several reports, the whole to be attached together, folded, and indorsed "Monthly 
report, , 187 ." 

IV. The head of the Bureau of Accounts will, on the teutli day of each month, make 
a report to the Secretary slewing the exact co'idition of each appropriation and ac- 
count on the first day of the month ; and as to each apiiropriation an account stating — 
1. The amount appropriated. 2. Reference to statute making appropriation. 3. Amount 
of appropriation in the statute. 4. Amount of appropriation remaining in Treasury. 
5. Amount drawn during the month. G. Amount remaining unexpended. 7. Amount 



10 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

expeiuled diiriug the luoiitli. 8. Amouut iu the hands of disbursiug clerk. 9, Where 
amount iu the hands of clerk is deposited. Also with respect to trust fuuds or other 
nioueys iu his possession — 1. Statement of trust and other funds (not appropriations) 
in the custody of the clerk. 2. Date -when received. 3. Origin of fund. 4. Original 
amount. 5. Amount of interest, and when received. G. Present amount of fund. 7. 
Nature of investments, and where deposited. 8. Amouut in the hands of disbursing 
clerk. 9. Where amount in the liands of clerk is deposited. In all cases the total of 
' balances in hand to be footed up. 

Y. Reports and abstracts prepared for the use of the Secretary, or either of the As- 
sistant Secretaries, should be made on blanks i^repared for the puriiose, and should con- 
cisely and fully present the facts, issues, and points of argument, and generally all 
information necessary to the complete understanding of the subject, with all necessary 
references. The labor of reviewing the correspondence should not devolve upon either 
of the Secretaries, but must be jierformed by the clerk who may be directed to make 
the report or abstract. 

VI. The pouches containing the mails shall be opened immediately upon their arrival 
in the Department, and the official mail delivered without delay to the index clerks 
for entry and distribution. All papers sent out by the Secretary, or either of the As- 
sistant Secretaries, will be at once taken to the index-room for indexing or distribution. 
All correspondence requiring the signature of the Secretary, or the Assistant Secretaries, 
must be prepared and delivered to the chief clerk by 2^ o'clock, and by him delivered 
for signature at 3 o'clock. 

VII. All dispatches and correspondence, both to and from the Dei^artment, not of a 
personal character, will pass to the Secretary's table through the room of the proper 
Assistant Secretary. In returning letters and instructions sent to the Secretary for 
signature, an opportunity will be given to each Assistant Secretary to see the corre- 
spondence which has not been submitted to his inspection. 

VIII. The index-room shall be the depository for the archives, the dispatches, notes, 
tind letters to the Department, except those relating to x)assports, and to applications 
for office, and for the records of the official and other correspondence from the Depart- 
ment. Dispatches and letters received must be acknowledged at the earliest practica- 
ble moment after their receipt iu the various Bureaus aud returned to the index-room, 
to await final reply, if further answer is necessary. 

IX. Detention of papers, either on desks or shelves of any of the various Bureaus, 
excepting draughts of instructions, is prohibited, without special approval of the As- 
sistant Secretary who has charge of the Bureau. All communications should bear 
indorsement of the dates of the action of the Deiiartment. On all copies of papers 
addressed to the Department should be noted the date of their receipt. 

X. Clerks finding it necessary to withdraw papers or records from the iudex-rooiu, 
shall leave in the place thereof a signed memorandum, describing the book or paper. 
When the course of business may require the reference of a paper from one Bureau to 
iinother, a memorandum, showing the date of such reference, should be made and de- 
posited in the index-room by the clerk making the reference. 

XL It is desirable to keep the index-room free during office hours, so far as possible ; 
therefore clerks wishing papers will send foe the same through messengers, when pi'ac- 
ticable; aud all requisitions from the Secretary or Assistant Secretaries, for papers, 
will be referred to the index clerks. 

XII. All instructions, notes, or letters from the Department, containing inclosures, 
will be accompanied by a " list of inclosures," showing from whom received, and to 
whom addressed, (or their general subjects, if not particularly addressed,) and their 
<late. This list will, in all cases, be recorded with the dispatch, with a marginal refer- 
ence to the book or file in the Department where the inclosure can be found. A single 
inclosure must be noted in the same manner. Tliu clerks will also insert iu the record- 
books such marginal references as to the inclosures in the correspondence since 12th 
March, 18G9. 

HAMILTON FISH, Secretary. 



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UNITED STATES DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. 
YL— UNITED STATES DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. 



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To trh.'it country 
acciedited. 



Argentine Eep. 
Austria 



Xame and rank. 



llesidcnce. 



I Where 
boru. 



Belsium 
Bolivia . . 
Brazil... 



Chili . . 
-China . 



Colombia . . 
■Costa Eica . 
Denmark . . 
Ecuador . . . 
France 



Germany 



Great Britain . 



Greece 

Guatemala 

Hawaiian Islands 

Hay ti 

Honduras 

Italy 



Japan . . 



Xiberia 
Mexico 



Netherlands 
Nicaragua . . 
Paraguay . . 

Peru 

Portugal 

Bussia 



Salvador 

Spain 

Sweden, Norway 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

Uruguay 

"Venezuela 



Dexter E. Clapp, C. d'A. ad int. 
John Jay. E. E. and M. P 

John r. Delaplaiue, Sec. of Leg. 

J. Kussell Jones, Min. Ees 

Leopold Markbreit, Min. Kes . . 
Jas. R. Partridge, E. E. & M. P. 

B. C. Shannon, Sec. of Leg 

Joseph P. Root, E. E. & ]^r. P . . . 
Frederick F. Low, E. E. &M. P. 
S.W. Williams, Sec. of L. & Int. 



•Jacob B. Blair, Min. Ees 

M. J. Cramer, Min. Ees 

E. Eumsey Wing, Min. Ees . . . 
E. B. Washburne, E. E. & M. P 
Wickham Hoffman, Sec. of Leg 
G. Washburne, Asst. Sec. of Lej 
George Bancroft, E. E. & M. P 

Alex. BUss, Sec. of Leg 

XichoLis Fisli, Asst. Sec. of Leg 
Eob't C. Schenck, E. E. & M. P 
Benj. Moran, Sec. of Leg...;.. 
Wm. H. Chesebrough, A. S. of L 

John M. Francis, Min. Ees 

Silas A. Hudson, Min. Ees 

Henry A. Peirce, Min. Ees 

E. D. Basset, Min. Ees. & C. G. . 

Henry Baxter, Min. Ees 

Geo. P. Marsh, E. E. & M. P . . . . 
Geo. W. Wnrts, Sec. of Leg 

C. E. DeLong, E. E. & M. P 

Egbert DeLong Berry, S. of L . . 

N. E. Eice, Int 

J. M. Turner, Min. Ees. & C. G. 
Thos. H. Kelson, E. E. & M. P. . 

Porter C. Bliss, Sec. of Leg 

Chas. T. Gorham, Min. Ees 

Chas. N. Eiotte, § Min. Ees 

John L. Stevens, Min. Eos t 

Francis Thomas, E. E. & M. P . 

Cha.s. H. Lewis, Min. Ees 

E. E. &M.P. 

Eugene Schuyler, Sec. of Leg. 

and Charge d'Atfaires ad int. 
Tliomas Biddle, Min. Ees 

D. E. Sickles, E. E. & M. P 

Alvey A. Adee, Sec. of Leg 

C. C. Andrews, Min. Ees 

Horace Eublee, Min. Ees 

George H. Boker, Min. Ees 

John L. Stevens, Min. Ees 

William A. Pile, iliu. Ees 



Buenos Ayrcs . 

Vienna 

Vienna , 

Brussels 

Cochabamba . 
Eio de Janeiro 
Eio de Janeiro 

Santiago 

Peking 

Peking 

Bogota 

San Jos6 

Copenhagen. .. 

Quito 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Berlin 

Berlin 

Berlin 

London 

London 

London 

Athens 

Guatemala 

Honolulu 

Port au Prince. 

Tegucigalpa .. 

Eome 

Eome 

Tedo 

Tedo 

Tedo 

Monrovia 

Mexico 

Mexico 

The Hague 

Leon 

Montevideo . . . 

Lima 

Lisbon 

St. Petersburg. 

St. Petersburg. 
vSan Salvador . . 

Madrid 

Madrid 

Stockholm 

Berne 

Constantinople 
Montevideo . . . 
Caracas 



N.Y 
N. T 
N. Y . . 
Ohio .. 
Aust'a 
Md.... 
Conn . . 
Mass . . 



^& 



Date of orig- 
inal com- 
m isi o n. 



N.Y .. 

W.Va. 
Switz. 
Ky... 
Me . . . 
N.Y . 
HI.... 
Mass . 



N. Y . 
Ohio . 
Pa ... 
N.Y . 
N. Y . 
Ky... 
Mass. 
Conn . 
N.Y . 
Vt ... 



N.Y 

N.Y 



Ky 



Conn 
Germ'y 
Me.. 
Md.. 
Va . . 
Pa .. 

N.T 
Pa .. 
N.Y 



KH 
Vt... 
Pa .. 
Me., 
led. 



N. Y . . 
K.Y .. 
N.Y .. 

Ill 

Ohio . . 
Md. ... 
Me ... . 
Kans.. 
Cal.... 
China . 

W.Va- 
Ky.... 
Ky..-. 

Ill 

La .... 

HI 

N.Y .. 
N.Y .. 
N.Y .. 
Ohio .. 
Pa ... 
N. Y . . 
N.Y .. 
Iowa . . 
Mass . . 
Pa .... 
Mich . . 
Vt ... 
Pa ... 
Nev . . 
N.Y . 
.Japan 
Mo... 
Ind .. 
D.C.. 
Mich. 
Texas 
Me... 
Md... 
Va . . . 
Pa ... 

N.y . 
Pa... 
N. Y . 
N.Y . 
Minn. 
Wis. - 
Pa... 
Me... 
Mo... 



Nov. 4, 
Apr. 13, 
Juno 1, 
June 1, 
Apr. 16, 
May 23, 
June 26, 
Sept. 15, 
Sept. 28, 
June 27, 

July 25, 
Sept. 9, 
Nov. IG, 
Mar. 17, 
May 31, 
Feb. 15, 
May 31, 
June 10, 
May 22, 
Dec. 22, 
July 29, 
June 8, 
May 15, 
Apr. 22, 
May 10, 
Apr. 16, 
Apr. 21, 
Mar. 20, 
Apr. 16, 
July 14, 
June 5, 
Mar. 21, 
Mar. 1, 
Apr. 16, 
July 12, 
July 12, 
Apr. 21, 
Apr. 28, 
Mar. 25, 
Mar. 15, 
Apr. 16 



u 



■68 

'70 

'69 

'69 

'71 

'72 

'71 

'67 

'71- 

'70 

'64 

'72 

'71 

'69 

'69 

'69 

'69 

'61 

•69 

'70 

'72 

'72 

'71 

'69 

'70 

'70 

'69 
'70 

'72 
,'70 

(i9 



7,500 
§1, 500 
12, 000 
1,800 
7,500 
7,500 
12, 000 
1,800 
10, 000 
12, 000 
5,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
17, 500 
2, 625 
2,000 
17, 500 
2,62a 
2,000 
17, 500 
2,625 
2,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
12, 000 
1,800 
12, 000 
2,500 
2,500 
4,000 
12,000 
1,800 
7,500 
7,500 
3,750 
10, 000 
7,500 
,17, 500 



Mar. 24, '70 ' 1, 800 
July 10, '71 I 7, 500 
May 1.5, '69; 12, 000 
Sept. 9, '70 I 1, 800 
June 3, '69 
Apr. 20, '69 
Nov. 3, '71 
Mar. 25, '70 
May 23, '71 



7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 



* To take effect July 1, 1871. 



t Superadded office. (Seo L'ruguay.) 
§ Naturalized. 



: To take effect July 1, 1869. 



12 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



VII.— TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND 
GREAT BRITAIN, AT GENEVA.* 

Arbitrator oh the part of the United States. — Charles Francis Adams. 
Arhiirator on the ^lart of Great Britain. — The Right Hon. Sir Alexander Cockburn, 
Baronet, Lord Chief Justice of England. 
Arbitrator on the part of Italy. — His Excellency Senator Count Sclopis. 
Arbitrator on the part of Switzerland. — Mr. Jacob Starapfli. 
Arbitrator on the part of Brazil. — Baron d'ltajubii. 
Agent on the part of the United States. — J. C. Bancroft Davis. 
Agent on the part of Great Britain. — Right Honorable Lord Tenterden. 
Counsel for the United Slates. — Caleb Cushing, 

William M. Evarts, 

Morrison R. Waite. 
Counsel for Great Britain. — Sir Ronndell Palmer. 
Solicitor for the United States. — Charles C. Beamau. jr. 



VIII.— AMERICAN AND BRITISH JOINT CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

(Office 703 Fifteenth street.) 

Commissioner on the part of the United States. — -^ames S. Frazer, Second street N. E., 
between B and C streets. 

Commissioner on the part of Great Britain. —The Right Houoralde Russell Giiruey, 1512 
H stre^et. 

&n^4(fT. — Count Corti, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Italy, 
•20 17 -G street. 

Agent for the United States.— Uohert S. Hale, 80G Twelfth street. 

Agent for Great Britain.— Kenvy Howard, 1617 I street. 

Secretari/ to the Commission. — Thomas C. Cox, 92 Gay street, Georgetow^n, 

Counsel on the part of Great Britain. — J. Mandeville Carlisle. 

Secretari/ to Her Majestifs Commissioner. — H. Stafford Northcote, 1512 H street. 



IX.— AMERICAN AND MEXICAN JOINT CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

(Office 1412 H street.) 

Commissioner on the part of the United States. — William Henrj^ Wadsworth. 
Commissioner on the part of Mexico. — Leon Guzman 
Umpire. — Francis Lieber. 

Agent on the part of the United States. — J. Hnbley Ashton. 
Agent on the part of the Mexican Eepublic. — Manuel Azpiroz. 
Secretary on the part of the United States. — Randolph Coylc. 
Secretary on the part of the Mexican Republic— 3. Carlos Mexia. 

* The Tribiiual of Arbitration dissolved September 14, 1872, ou which day its award was signed auil 
delivered. 



KEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 13 

X.— AMEEICAX AND SPANISH JOINT CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

(Office 1125 Fourteenth street.) • 

Arbitrator on the part of the United States. — ^William T. Otto. 
Arbitrator on the part of Sx)ain. — Senor Don Luis tie Potestad. 
Counsel on the part of the United States.— Thomas J. Durant. 
Counsel on the part of Spain. — J. Mandeville Carlisle. 
Secretary to the Commission. — George O. Moore. 



XI.-U. S. COMMISSIONER TO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT VIENNA IN 

1873. 

Thomas B. Van Bureu, 51 Chambers street, New York. 



XII.— DISPATCH AGENTS. 



Edgar Irving, New York. 
.Jonathan Amory, Boston. 
B. F. Stevens, London, England. 
Thomas Taylor, Havre, France. 
Edward Robinson, Consul, Hamburg. 



XIII.— AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY FOR DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Fifth Auditor, J. H. Ela, of New Hampshire. 

Chief Clerk, J. B. Mann, of Massachusetts. 

Head of I^ix)lomatic and Consular Division, George Cowie, of Iowa. 



XIV.— OFFICE OF THE FIRST COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY— REVISING 
OFFICE OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR ACCOUNTS. 

First Comptroller, R. W. Tayler, of Ohio. 

Chief Clerk, William Hemphill Jones, of Delaware. 

Head of Diplomatic and Consular Division, Jos. Ad. Thomson, of Pennsylvania. 



14 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



XV.— CONSULAR SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The statutes of the United States classify the consulates-general, consulates, and commercial agencies 
into three classes: 1. Those embraced in a schedule known as Schedule B, the incumbents of which re- 
ceive a fixed salary and are not allowed to transact business; 2. Those embraced in a schedule known 
as Schedule C, the incumbents of which receive a fixed salary and are allowed to transact business ; 3. 
All other consulates, the incumbents of which are compensated by the fees collected in their oftices, 
and are allowed to transact business. The classification of the consulates named in the schedules is as 
follows : 

Schedule B. 



AGENCY AXD CONSULATE- 


Cadiz. 


Lisbon. 


St. Helena. 


GESEltAL. 


Callao. 


Liverpool. 


St. John's, Canada East. 


Alexandria. (1) 


Canton. 


Lyons. 


St. Petersburg. 


Chemnitz. 


Mahe. 


St. Thomas. 


CONSULATES-GENERAL. 


Chin Kiang. 


Malaga. 


San Juan del Sur. 


Beirut. 


Clifton. 


Malta. 


San Juan, Porto Eico. 


Calcutta. 


Coaticook. 


Manchester. 


Santa Cruz, West Indies. 


Constantinople. 

Prankfort-on-the-Maiu. 

Havana. 


Cork. 

Demerara. 

Dundee. 


Marseilles. 
Matanzas. 
Mauritius. 


^Santiago de Cuba. 
Singapore. 
Smyrna. 


XiOndon. 


Elsinore. 


Melbourne. 


Southampton. 


Montreal. 

Paris. 

Shanghai. 

Tampico. (10) 


ro«-Chow. 


Messina. 


Spezia. 


Port Erie. 
Punchal. 
Geneva. 
Genoa. 


Munich. 

Nagasaki. 

Nantes. 

Naples. 


Stuttgard. 
Swatow. 
Tangier. • 
Tien-Tsin. 


CONSULATES. 


Gibraltar. 


Nassau, "West Indies. 


Toronto. 


Acapulco. 


Glasgow. 


Newcastle. 


Trieste. 


Aix-la-Chapelle. 


Goderich. 


Nice. 


Trinidad de Cuba- 


Algiers. 


Hakodadi. 


Odessa. 


Tripoli. 


Amoy. 


Halifax. 


Oporto. 


Tunis. 


Amsterdam. 


Hamburg. 


Osaca. 


Tunstall. 


Antwerp. 


Hankow. 


Palermo. 


Turk's Islands. 


Aspinwall. 


Havre. 


Panama. 


Valencia. 


Bangkok. 


Hong-Kong. 


Pernambuco. 


Valparaiso. 


Barcelona. 


Honolulu. 


Pictou. 


Vera Cruz. 


Barmen. 


Jerusalem. 


Port Mahon. 


Vienna. 


Basle. 


Kanagawa. 


Port Said. 


"Windsor, Canada. 


Belfast. 


Kingston, Jamaica. 


Port Sarnia. 


"Winnepeg, B. N. A. 


Birmingham. 


Kingston, Canada. 


Prescott. 


Zurich. (118> 


Bordeaux. 
Boulogne. 


Laguayra. 
La Rochelle. 


Prince Edward Island. 
Quebec. 


COMMERCLiL AGENCIES. 


Bremen. 


Leeds. 


Kio de Janeiro. 


Madagascar, (Tamatave.)- 


Brindisi. 


Leghom. 


Eome. 


San Juan del Norte. 


Bueuo.<^ Ayres. 


Leipsic. 


Kotterdam. 


St. Domingo. (3) 



Schedule C. 



CONSULATES. 


Cyprus. 
Falkland Islands. 


IJayta. 
Piraeus. 


Zanzibar. (35> 


Aux Cayes. 


Payal. 


Kio Grande. 


COiniEUCIAL AGENCIES. 


Bahia. 
Batavia. 


Guayaquil. 
Guaynias. 


St. Catharine. 
Santiago, Cape Verda. 


Amoor Eiver. 

Apia. 

Gaboon. 

Lauthala. 

Sabanilla. 

St. Paul de Loando. {6} 


Bay of Islands. 
Candia. 
Cape Haytien. 
Cape Town. 
Carthagena. 


Maranham. 

Matamoras. 

Mexico. 

Montevideo. 

Omoa. 


Stettin. 

Tabasco. 

Tahiti. 

Talcahuano. 

Tumbez. 


Ceylon. 


Para. 


Venice. 




Cobija. 


Paso del Norte. 


"Windsor, Nova Scotia. 





UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



15 



ARGEXTIXK llEPUBLIC— BAKBAKT. 

[The following table exhibits all the Consulates-General, Consulates, Consular Agencies, and Com- 
mercial Agencies of the United States. The agencies under each consulate are printed in italics. 

The compen.sation of salaried Consuls is limited to the amount of the salary, (out of which the officer 
must defray the expenses of clerli-hire ;) except that consiils whose salaries do not exceed §1,500, and 
from whose Consulates without the agencies fees are paid into the Treasury to the amount of .*3,000 a 
year, are compensated at $-2,000 a year. 

The compensation of the feed Consuls is limited to .?2,500, if the fees exceed that sum ; such ConsuLs 
can pay clerk-hire from the fees received at the consulate, when thereto si)ecially authorized, but not 
otherwise. 

The column of fees shows the amount of fees received at each consulate and agency from which 
returns have been made for the year ending December 31, 1871. 

It is the u-sual practice for the agent to retain one-half the fees of the agency until the sum retained 
by him amounts to §1,000. This rule is not universal as regards the proportion, but the maximum of 
§1,000 cannot be exceeded. The Consul is entitled to retain not more than §1,000 a year in the aggre- 
gate from the agencies under his consulate. 

The letters (C. G.) indicate Consul General; (C.) Consul; (V. C.) Yice-Consul; (C. A.) Commercial 
Agent; (D. C.) Deputy Consul; (Agt.) Agent; (Int.) luterpreter; (Mar.) Marshal; (C. C.) Consular 
Clerk. 

The letter (n) indicates that the officer is a naturalized citizen, and the letter (h) that he is authorized 
to transact business.] 



Place. 



Xame and title. 



o « 



ARGENTINE RE- 
PUBLIC. 

Buenos Ayres Dexter E. Clapp C.l X. T 

Do Charles S. Bowers. V. C. 

I 

Cordoba (6) H. J. Zimmerman C i K. T . . - 

I I 

Rio Xegro (6) '. Stuart Barnes C. j Conn... 

Do V.C-i 

Eosario (W i C . ' 

Do I Alanson S. Hall. . .T. C 



N.Y, 



Conn... 



AUSTRIA. j 

Prague (6) ' Charles H. Eoyce C. 

Do I Xathan Benedikt.Y. C. 

Trieste A. YT. Thayer C. 

Do ! F. Vizich V. C . 

Fittme , Jj. Francoviich Agt. 

Vienna | P. Sidney Post C. 

Do AVm. Hertz V. C. 

JSi'unn G. Schoeller Agt. 

Pesth Joseph S. Kaiiser.. Agt. 

BARBARY STATES. 



X.T 



D.C.... 



Mass... 



Tangier F. A. Matthews . 



.C 



Do 

Casa Blanca . 

Laraiche 

Mazagan 

Mogador 



Peter W. Scott Int. 

M. Lansy Agt. 

Mesod Abecasis Agt. 

Alfred Redman. . . Agt. 
Ahrahatn Corcos ..Agt. 

liabat I Jiloses Qiiemb Agt. 

Saffi I Isaac Benzacar Agt. 

Tetuan (h) j Judah S. Levy....C. A. 

Do ' V. C. 

* First quarter not reported. 



X.T 



Scotland. 



X. T . . . 



HI 



Cal. 



Apr. 19. '69 
June20,'T2 
Mar. 1, '71 
Dec. 19, '71 



Ang. 2, '72 



May 20. '69 
Mar. 23,'71 
Xov. 1, '64 
May 21, '70 
May 8, '65 
June ]8,"66 
June 28, "70 



July 6, '69 



July 9, '70 



Barbary. | Morocco . 



Sept. 22, 
June 20, 
June20, 
June 20, 
June 20, 
Sept. 22, 
May 18, 



§2, 500 



Fees , 
Fees 



§4,333 59 



Xo rep"t. 
Xo rep"t. 



X-, 



IFees 



Fees 



Xo rep't. 



*3, 832 50 



2,000 1,600 79 



1,500 



13 83 

6, 556 25 



357 OO 
184 00 



Xo rep't. 



Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 
X'o rep't. 
Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 



16 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
BELGIUM— BEAZIL. 



Place. 



TriiJoli 

Tunis 

Do 

Bizerta .. 

. Ocrba 

Ooletta . . . 
Mehdia .. 
Monatico. 

Sfax 

Susa 



BELGIUM. 

_A.ntwerp 

Do 

Brussels (6) 

Do 

Ghent (6) 

Do 

•OsteucI (6) 

Do 

"Verviers (h) 

Do 

Liege 

BOLIVIA. 

Cobija (&) 

Do 

La Paz (&) 

Do 



Name and title. 



Michel Vidal C. 

G. H. Heap C. 

V.O. 

F. N. Spizzichino.. Agt. 
Iher. ben Musttaf a. Agt. 

Joseph Cuvisal Agt. 

Daniel Lumbroso. -Agt. 
J3. de D.Saecuto . . . Agt 
T. Adol. Ghiggino.. Agt. 
Vincent Moro Agt. 



Jas. Riley Weaver. . .C. 

Ernst Euchs V. C. 

John "Wilson G . 

Gustave Daws D . C . 

Wm. Brisbane C. 

D. Levison V. C . 

M. Van. L Duclos . 

V.C- 

C. W. Kleeberg (n) 

V.C 

Agt. 



BRAZIL. 

Bahia (h) 

Do 

Maranbam (6) 

Do 

Para (h) 

Do 

Pernambuco 

Do 

Ceara 

Maceio 

Paraiba 

Kio Grande (6) 

Do 

Pelotas 

Porto Allegro 

San Jose do Norte . . . 

Eio de Janeiro 

Do 

Santos (6) 

St. Catherine's (h) 

Do 



Pa 



Pa 



La 
Pa 



W. Va . 



Pa 



Germany 



Manuel Barran* 



V.C. 
...C 



Lorenzo Claro V. C . 



R. A.Edes C 

T. E.Borett V.C 

Wm. H.Evans C 

J.J. T.Sobrinho..V. C 

Chas. M. Travis C 

Frederick Pond. . .V. C 
Joseph W. Strylier . .C 
Alfred G. Swift ...V. C 
L.S.deTasconcelloSyAgt 
Theodore Braasch.. Agt 
R. J. Shalders Agt 

E. C. Sammis C 

Clayton H.Page.. V.C 

B. R. Cordeiro Agt 

John McGinty Agt 

C. M. Y. Araujo . . .Agt 
Joseph M. Hinds C 

F. M. Cordeiro . . . . V. C 

AVm. T. Wright C 

Benjamin Liridsey. . .C 
W.H. Willington. V. C 



Md. 



Ohio 



Pa 



Mar. 6, 
Feb. 2T, 
Sept. 24, 
Aug. 10, 
Sept. 25, 

Authorized to act temporarily as consul. 



Mass. 



Apr. 5, 
Mar. 14, 



Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 
Feb. 13, 



Mar. 17, 
Feb. 20, 

Pa I Jan. 18, 

June 23, 
Feb. 23, 
Nov. 6, 
Mar. 18, 



Pa 



D.C. 



July 15, 'G9 



D.C. 



Ohio 
Ind. 
N.T 



Ala 



Mass... 



Aug. ceo 



Dec. 23, '71 



June 12, 
Sept.23, 
Mar. 26, 
Feb. 24, 
Aug.28, 
May 25, 
Apr. 6, 
Oct. 21, 
Mar. 16, 
Oct. 21, 
Dec. 29, 
May 28, 
Mar. 27, 



$3, 000 
3,000 



Fees. 

Fees . 



Fees 
Fees. 



Fees 



1,000 



1,000 



1,000 



2,000 



1,000 



6,000 



Fees ... 
Fees ... 



*" .5 '^ 

CO r^ ^ 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 



3, 914 45 



6, 425 00 



No rep't. 



3S0 00 
975 00 

No rep't. 



No fees. 



973 54 
266 92 



1,206 



No rep't. 
96 Is 



55i) 99 

No rep't. 

No rep't. 

No rep't. 

5, 031 73 



187 28 
397 24 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 

CHILI— CHIXA. 



1,7 



riace. 


Xanio and title. 


a 
3 




Date of com- 
mission. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31,1871. 


CHILI. 
Coquimbo (b) 


Cbarles C. Greene . . . C . 
A.Scbutz V.C 




K. I 


June 21, 'GO 
Feb". 10, '71 
Feb. 10, '71 
Feb. 17, '71 


Fees 


Xo rep"t. 


Do 










X^o rep't. 

S844 55 




E.D. Bruner C 

V. C 


Md 


Md 


$1, 000 


Do : 




Talparai.so 

Do 


J.C.Caldwell C. 

Peter A. McKellar, V.C 


Me' 


Me 


Apr. 19, '69 
Apr. 26, '71 

July 13, '66 


3,000 


1,711 M 


CHINA. 

Anioy 

Do 


C. "VT. Legendre (») ..C. 
Y. C- 


France . . 


X. Y . . . . 


3,000" 


1, 278 87 




John Dodd Agt. 

K. G. TV". Jewell C. 

D.Vrooman V.C 

B.Ii.Leivis Agt- 

A£t. 






July 29, '68 
Oct. 31, '70 
Apr. 14, '70 
July 3, '72 




Xo rep't. 
1, 406 91 


Canton 

Do 


Miss 

U.S 


Miss 

Cbina ... 


4,000 


Kiang- Chow 














Xo rep't. 
495 62 


Cbee-Foo (&) 


Mattbew G. Holmes .C. 

Jame.s "Wilson V. C . 

"VN'^eston Flint C. 

Albert E. Salter ..V.C. 
Mar 


N. T . . . . 


Pa 

Mo 


Sept. 1, '71 
June 28, '71 
Aug. 8, '71 
May 20, '71 


Fees 


Do 




Cbin-Kiang 


3 000 1 1, 593 09 


Do 




Do 


1 000 


Foo-Cbow 


M. M. De Lano C . 

Tbomas Dunn . . . . V. C 
Mar 

R. M. Jobn.sou C . 

M. A. Jenkins ....V.C. 
Fred "\V. Piuder.. .Mar. 

S. C. Rose Agt 


K T . . . . 


Col 


Apr. 20, '69 


and fees. 

3 500 1 -104 :?1 


Do 






Do 








1,000 

and fees. 

3,000 




Hankow 

Do 


Ill 


Mo 

Mo 


Apr. 16, '69 
May 20, '71 
July 13, '70 

Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 5, '67 


879 73 


Do 


1,000 
and fees. 




Kiu-Kiang 


706 24 


Kew-Cb-n-ang (h) 

Do 


F. P. Knight C 

V. C. 

E. C. Lord C 

V. C 


Ma.ss 


Cal 


Fees 


63 34 




If.T.... 


X.Y .... 


Mar. 18, '67 


Fees 


766 32 


Do 






Geo. F. Sew-ird-.-C. G 
O.B.Bradford,V & DCG. 

O.B.Bradford C. C 

John E. Coryell... C.C 
Eicbard Phcenix . Mar 

Jos. Haas Act'g Int 

J. C. A. Wingate C. 

"William Asbmore . V. C . 
Mar 


N. Y . . . . 


N.Y.... 


Sept. 2, '63 
Apr. 18, "72 
May 27, '67 
Feb 1, "a 
May 27, '61 

Mar. 13, '72 
Apr. 14, '63 
Jan. 13, '69 


4,000 


9, 839 85 


Do 


Do 




Pa 


1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
and fees. 
1,500 
3,500 




Do 


X Y 




Do 








Do 








Swatow 

Do 


X. 11.... 
i" 


X.H.... 


424 65 


Do 


1,000 

and fees. 

3,500 




Tien-Tsin 


Eli T. Sbeppard C 

J. A. T. Meadows . V. C . 


Ohio 


Obio . . . . 


Apr. 19, '71 


932 19 


Do 







r" 



18 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



COLOMBIA, UNITED STATES OF— FIJI ISLAKDS. 



Place. 



COLOMBIA,UNITED 

STATES OF. 
Aspiuwall 

Do 

Bogota (b) 

Do 

Bueiiaveutiiia (h) 

Do 

Cartliageiia (6) 

Do 

Medellin (6) 

Do 

Panama 

Do 

Eio HacLa (6) 

Do 

SaLauilla(&) 

San Andres (b) 

Santa Martha (&) 

Do 



COSTARICA. 

San Jos6 (6) 

Do 

Port Limon 

Punta Arenas 



DENMARK AND DO 
MINIONS. 

Copenhagen (b) 

Do 

Elsiuore 

Do 

Bornholm 

Fano 

Frederickuhavcn 

Pingkjobing 

Ronne 

Thisted 

Santa Cruz 

Do 

Frederieksted 

St. Thomas 

Do 



ECUADOR. 

Gaayaquil (h) 

Do 

Esmeraldas 



FIJI ISLANDS. 

Lauthala, Leviika (h) 
Do 



Name and title. 



Chas.ErasmusPerry C 

V. C 

Thomas F. Wallace. .C. 

V.C 

James M. Eder C . 

V.C 

Aug. S. Hanahergh . .C 

V.C 

GeorgeB. Griffin.. C. A 
V.C.A 



Mass . 



O.M.Long C 

L.Crooker V.C 

N. Danies C 

N. Danies, jr V. C 

E. P. Pellet C. A 

P. B.Livingston, V.C. A 

F. D. Garcia C 

A. O.D. Gran ados. V.C 



Arthur Morrell C 

V.C 

M.C.Keith Agt 

Ernest Rohrmoser .Agt 



GilderoyW. Griffin.. C. 

Olof Hansen V.C. 

C.C.Sheats C. 

V.C. 

T. H. Ronne Agt. 

J. K.Bork Agt. 

P. C.Kall Agt. 

A. O.Sustedt Agt. 

Charles Bistrwp . . . Agt 

J. Nyeborg Agt 

James W.Siler C. 

W.F.Moore V.C 

J. A. Moore Agt. 

Thomas J. Brady C . 

E. B. Simmons V. C . 



Charles Weile(n)..-.C 
V. C 

Tr. C. Dowes Agt 



I. M. Brower C. A 

Chas.W. Drury, V.C. A. 



N.T 
N.T 



Ky. 



Ky. 

Ala 



Ind 



Bohemia 



N. T . . . 



U.S.... 
N. T . . . 



N. T . . . 
Ill 



E. Hacha 
N.T . 

U.S.. 



Ala 



Ark. 



Ind 



Nevada 



Apr. 16, '69 
Mar. 30, '71 



July 23, '66 
June 8, '63 
June 6, '71 



Apr. 7, '69 
June 24, '69 
Mar. 7, '59 
Oct. 16, '71 
July 11, '66 
July 30, '70 
July 11, '70 
Mar. 20, '71 



Jan. 16, '72 



June 20, '72 
Aug. 18, '70 



Nov. 2, '71 
May 8, '72 
May 13, '69 



Jan. 3, '70 



Mar. 2, '71 
Aug. 2.3,'71 
Apr. 24, '72 
Sept. 9, '70 
May 25, '65 

Apr. 16, '69 
Aug. 1, '71 



Mar. 11, '69 
Auj:. 10, '71 



$2, .'iOO 



Fees . . 

Fees . . 



500 
Fees 



3,500 
Fees . . . 



500 



Fees 
Fees 



Fees 



Fees 



1,500 



^ .S 2 



12, 456 69 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 



397 74 
No rep't. 



2, 006 74 

*4 50 



No rep't. 

90 53 

1,013 46 



No rep't. 



No rep't. 



No foes. 
No f»es. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fee.s. 
No fees. 
353 82 



No rep't. 
4, 000 405 23 



1,000 



• Second, third, and fourth quarters not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
FRANCE AND DOMINIONS. 



19 



Place. 



Name and title. 



>. 


Pi 






i-.t 


«— « 


<= 




OT) 


X 


r^ 


T- » 




^ 


,_, 








\^ 







FRANCE AND DO- 
MINIONS. 

Alpors 

Do 

Bordeaux 

Do... 

Bayonne 

Pau 

Bologne , 

Do 

Gaboon (b) 

Do 

Guadaloupe (6) 

Do 

Basse Terre 

Havre 

Do 

Brest 

Cherbourg 

Dicpiic 

Dunkirk , 

Honfieur , 

Morlaix 

lioiien 

La Rochelle 

Do 

Cognac 

Limoges 

liochcfort , 

Lyons 

Do 

St. Etienne , 

Marseilles 

Do 

Cette 

Toulon 

Nantes 

Do 

L'Orietit , 

St. Nazaire 

Nice 

Do 

Mentone 

Paris 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Calais 

Lille 



Wm. L. M. Berger...C 
V.C 



N.T 



s.c 



Apr. 4, '70 



Chas. J. Clinch C 

Victor Olgiati V.C 

Gersam Leon Agt 

Geo. de M. Clay Agt, 

J. de la Moutagnie...C. 

Jos. Fontaine V. C. 

Albert Busbnell ..C. A. 
Wni. Walker ..V.C. A. 

H. Tbiouville C. 

V.C. 

A. Lacour Agt. 

S. L.Glasgow C 

J. Hunt V.C 

J. Jf. Kerros Agt . 

Em He Postel Agt 

J. Levert Agt. 

H. Lematlre Agt 

C. Wagner Agt 

21. Alexandre Agt 

Louis Guebert Agt. 

Thomas P. Smith C. 

Wm.G. Serres....V.C. 

E.Dodart Agt. 

F. Berthet Agt 

A. Giraud Agt. 

P. J. Osterhaus (n) . . . C 

F. Feschotte V.C 

Oscar Hancke Agt 

Milton M. Price C. 

Alfred Gounelle ..V. C 

L. S. Nahmens Agt 

J. Georges Plaftner,Agt. 

Benj. Gerrish, jr C. 

H.D. Bennett V.C. 

L. Sellier Agt. 

J. Dedichen. Agt 

William H.Vesey...C. 

J.Meyhoffer V.C. 

X. Viale Agt 

J. M. Keadjr C. G. 

F. 01cott..V. &D.C. G. 
A.J. deZeyk («) ..C.C. 
Franklin Olcott.. .C. C. 
C. F. Tbirion(ji)...C. C. 

J. P. VendroHX Agt. 

CD. Gregoire Agt. 

* First and second 



N.Y 



N.T 



N. T . . . 



N.Y 



Guad. 



NT . 

Guad. 



Apr. 16, 
Nov. 2, 
July 3, 
Nov. 21, 
Sept. 25, 
Oct. 3, 
Mar. 14, 
Oct. 28, 
May 18, 



Ohio Iowa 



Mass • 



Prussia 



Pa 



N.H 



Pa 



Pa 



Hungary 
N.T .... 
France . . 



Oct. 27, 
Apr. 16, 



Aug. 19, 
Feb. 17, 



Mar. 30, '68 



Mass . 



Mo. 



Iowa. .. 



N.H.. 



May 15, 
Mar. 11, 
Apr. 4, 
Apr. 18, 
Oct. 19, 
May 5, 
June 18, 
June 30, 
May 23, 
Apr. 16, 
Mar. 24, 
May 8, 
Dec. 28, 
July 2.5, 
Apr. 18, 



D.C. 



Apr. 18, '72 
Oct. 1, '70 
May 27, '69 
May 28, '66 
Apr. 16, '69 
Feb. 22, '70 
Feb. 7, '66 
Nov. 7, '66 
Jan. 8, '70 
May 8, '67 
Dec. 4, '71 
quarters not reported. 



N.Y . 

Iowa. 
N.Y . 
D.C 



§1, 500 
2, 000 



$S7 01 
6, 645 04 



1,500 



37 00 
140 00 
343 53 



Fees 



No rep't. 



No rei>'t. 
4, 162 12 



1,500 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep t. 
No rep't. 
458 50 



2,000 



2,397 00 

927 00 

93 00 

8, 446 50 



2,500 



3,024 50 
3, 649 24 



1,500 



1,402 15 

4 00 

313 00 



1,500 



27 46 
440 00 



5,000 



No rep't. 
35, 309 7; 



1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



20 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

FRIENDLY AND NAVIGATORS' ISLANDS— GERMANY. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


i 


P. 

o S 

§.2 

O o 


S . 
9 a 

c g 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1871. 


Reims {b} 

Do 


A. Gouveruexn- Gill. .C. N. Y . . . . 
T.Griffen D. C 


N. Y . . . . 


Mar. 1, '67 
Jan, 13, '69 
Mar. 1, '71 


Foes 


$1, 305 50 


St. Pierre, Martinique (6) 


Fees 




Do 


V. C. 












G. dc la Roche Agt . 

J. P.Freeker C.A. 

W.F.McLaugblinV.C.A 










No rep't. 
164 50 


St. Pierre, Miquelon (&) 
Do 


Canada. . 


St. Pierre 


May 7, '64 


Fees 


FRIENDLY AND 
NAVIGATORS' 
ISLANDS. 

Apia (f>) 


S..S. Foster C.A. 

V.C.A 

T.Meredith. Agt, 

James Park C . 

Edward Sternberg V. C 

0. Holscher Agt 

Gustave Jarecki (w) C 
Max Obennayer..V. C 

E. Hoecbster (n) C 

V.C. 




Cal 


Apr. 22, '72 


%\, 000 


853 55 


Do 


Tutulla 












GERMANY. 

Aix-la-Cbapelle 

Do 


Ind 


Ind ..... 


Apr. 21, '69 
Jan. 19, '71 


2,500 


2, 837 00 










2, 518 50 




Prussia . 


Pa 


Oct. 4, '69 
Apr. 26, '60 
Apr. 6, '69 


Fees 


144 00 


Do...' 






Germany 


HI 


1,500 


1 393 25 


Do 




Crefeld 


F. Wansleben Agt 

Henry Louis Agt 

H. Kreismann (?() ... .C 

Ben. C.Jones V.C 

Robert M. Hanson . .C 

Ju.stus Gruuer V. C 

G.Ihlder Agt 

De W. C. Sprague....C 

A.M. Simon V.C 

William H. Young... C 
Wilhelm Koester, V. C 
C. Schtoarzman7i.. Agt 
M. Dittenhoeffcr . . .Agt 
Henry B.Ryder (w)..C. 

V.C 

Turenz Brentaus C 

W. Knopp...V. &D. C 
Wm. P. Webster.. C.G. 

A. L. Wolff- V.C.G. 

Ed w. Robiu.son C 

Jas.R. McDonald .V.C. 

J.D. Wcstedt Agt. 

A. Sartori Agt. 

Jacob Meyer, jr Agt. 

Johann Eggers Agt. 

Jobn H. Steuart C. 

Ed. P. Mac Lean.. V.C. 
! Ed. P. Mac Lean..C. C. 






Dec. 28, '71 
Jilne 1, '07 
Dec. 18, '65 
June 5, '72 
Apr. 10, 09 
Mar. 4, '71 
Oct. 25, '71 
Apr. 16, '69 
Aug. 7, '71 
Apr. 16, '69 
Oct. 20, '71 
Apr. 30, '72 
Aug. 13, '70 
Mar. 7, '67 




4 075 00 


DUsseldorf 








1 351 50 




Germany 
Ohio ... 


m 

Obio .... 


Fees .... 


8 87''' 00 


Do 




Bremen 

Do 


3,000 


3, 772 00 










2, 196 28 




N. Y . . . . 


Conn 


Fees . . . . 


1 19"^ 00 


Do 






W.Va.. 


Obio .... 


Fees .... 


9 074 5Q 


Do 




Kehl 








No rep't. 
570 00 












Germany 


IN. Y . . . . 


2,000 


10 137 50 


Do 




Dresden (b) 




Ill 


Sept. 12,'72 
Sept.27, "69 
Apr. 19, '09 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 19, '69 
Jan. 27, '65 
Nov. 20, '69 
May 14, '06 
Oct. 24, '70 

Dec. 15, '71 
Sept. 9, '70 
Apr. 22, '72 
Nov. 18, '70 


Fees 


6 522 00 


Do 






Frankfort 

Do 


Mass 


Mass 

N. Y . . . . 


3,000 


3, 303 75 




2,000 


8 0"''3 "9 


Do 




Uarburg 




1 789 35 


Kiel 








25 00 


Iiiibeck 








28 40 


liitzebiittel and Ctix- 
haveti 








12 24 


Leipslc 

Do 


Md 


Pa 

N.Y .... 
N. Y . . . . 


1,500 


7, 882 25 


Do 


1,000 





UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
GREAT BRITAIN. 



21 



Place. 



Luilwi'^shiircn (b) 

Do 

Maytiicc (bj 

Do 

^Munich 

Do.... 

Kun'mborj; (6) 

Do 

Banibcrg 

Souueberg (6) 

Do. 

Stettin (6) 

Do 

Dantzic 

K'unigsberg 

Mcmcl 

Swincmiinde 

Stuttgart 

Do 



GREAT BRITAIN 
AND DOMINIONS. 

Antigua (b) 

Do 

Aucldaii<l(&). 

Do 

Christ Church, CanterVy 

Dttnedin 

Mongamd 

Wellitigton 

Barl)a<loi.s (b) 

Do 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent 

Bathnr.st (?)) 

Do 

Belfast 

Do 

liallymena 

TnAu.i- (b) 

Blriiiingliam 

Do 

Leirexter 

Kiddenninster 

liedditch 

Wolverhampton ... 

Bombay (6) 

Do 

Bradford (b) 

Do 



JTamc and title. 



S.M. Vail C 

V.C 

Philip Figyelmesy {n)C 
Y. C 






Hungary 



Pa 



K. H 



Bermuda 



G. n. Horstmanu ....C 

F.Tolck V.C 

James ^I. AVil.son C 

V.C 

F.BohV Agt 

H. .J. "SVinser(n) C 

H.vouTjtteuhovenV. C 
Alfred V.Dockery...C 

F.PoU V.C 

P.Collas Agt 

Louis AloU Agt 

H. Fowler Agt 

C.F.my.ic Agt 

E. Klaupreeht (n) C ; Germany 

V.C 



N. C. 



D. C 



Pa .. 

Mo.. 



X.J. 

N.C. 



Ohio 



H. A. An-iudell . . C. A W. I . . . 

E. H.Maus ....V. C.A.I , 

Jas. G. White(n). .C. A. Ireland., 

H.P.Barber, V.&D.C. A ! 

L. Coates Agt 

Oeorgc P. Abbott. . . Agt . , 

C. W. Drury Agt ' 

D. Mc Tntyre Agt 

Robert T. Holley * - .C ; Canada. 
D.C.Da Costa.... V.C. 

L.A.Gilbert Agt. 

Wm. E. Hughes ...Agt. 

C 

D. W.E.Brown... V.C. 

James Rea (?i) C . 

William Simms...V. C. 
George Hallentine. .Agt 
A8aC.Priudle....C.A 

J.B. Gould C 

J. il. Gould..D. &V.C 
Jos. Barber Haxby. Agt 

James Morton Agt 

H. G. Browning . - .Agt 

John Xeve Agt 

Benj. F. Farnham C 

V.C 

W.Tates.Selleck..C. A 
R.Richardson,D&VC A . 



W.I 



N.T 



Ireland. 



Mass. 



JH.Y 



Vt. 



111. 



X.T 
Me .. 



Mass . . 



D.C.. 



C3 - 

O 



Oct. 29, '69 



Fees 



Aug. •29,'T2 Fees 



Apr. 19, '69 
Dec. 27, 71 
Mar. 31, '71 



81, 500 



Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 16, '09 



Apr. 19, '71 
Apr. 18, "72 



Itay 23, '72 



Fees 



1,000 



Aug. 14,'72l 

Dec. 20, "64 i 1, 000 



Oct. 1, '07 
Aug. 2o,'e8 
Feb. 21, '70 
Xov. 28."71 
Aug. 26,'72 
Dec. 8, '71 



1,000 



June 11, '68 
Apr. 10, "09 
July 31, "67 
Feb. 1, '71 j 
May 23, '71 



Fees . . . 



Fees . . . 



Apr. 23, '68 
Apr. 10, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
July 8, '71 
.July 11, '70 
May 12, 69 
Jan. 16, '71 
Xov. 16, '69 
^lar. 10, "70 , 
June 22, '71 ! 
Xov. 16, '70 ! 
Dec. 22, '70 



2,000 



Fees . . . 
2, 500 



tS _2 '* 



U, 875 GO 



4, 172 73 



1,201 25 
7,011 .JU 



Xo rep't. 
5,991 50 



48 24 

125 70 

41 97 

Xo fees. 

3, 139 :>0 



Xo fees. 
Xo fees. 
Xo fees. 
Xo rep't. 



Xo rep't. 

Xo rep't. 

t3 44 



12, 179 94 



561 90 
Xo rep't. 



Fees 



Oct. 12, '69 1 
May .5, -a 



Fees 



Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 



Xo rep't. 
545 37 



18, 191 50 



Born of Ameiican parents temporarily residing abroad. 
Second, third, and fourth quarters not reported. 



22 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

GREAT BRITAIN. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


o 
.a 


ft 

n . 

o -^ 

a 'S 
-= p. 


i ~ 

^ a 


-a 


Ill 

«- 3 -T 


Bristol (&) 


Edgar Stanton C . 

Wra.M. Gibson... V.C. 
E. Titter (h) Agt 


N. T . . . . 


111 


Jan. 24, '70 

Aug. 22, '71 


Fees . . . 


§1, 632 11 


Do 








No rep't. 
348 21 




F. Ij. Kendall Agt. 

T.Southall Agt. 

A.C.Litchfield ...C.G. 
V.C.G. 






Mar. 10, '64 
July 11, '62 
May 23, '71 

Jan. 27, '65 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Feb. 20, '69 
Mar. 7, '63 












No rep't. 
4, 104 25 




Mass 


Mich... 


$0, 000 


Do 


No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
370 54 




Jas. Halliday Agt 

Wm.H. Griffin.... Agi. 

Ste wart Hall A gt 

Tr. Brooke Agt 

IF. C.Faiiiey Agt. 

W.W.Edgcoinb C 

A. S.Peabody D. C. 

Alphonso Taylor. . . Agt. 

George C. Cato Agt 

r. D.Martin Agt 

Uarry H. Davis (n) . .C . 
P."\V.Carey..D. &V.C 

Benj. Jones Agt 

A. B. Harris Agt. 

J. N. Knapp Agt 

H. Morice Agt . 

C. A 










































Mo 


Me 


Apr. 19, '71 
Apr. 11, '70 
Nov. 27, '71 
Nov. 27, '71 
May 23, '68 
Apr. 16, '69 
Jan. 16, '71 
May 28, '70 
July 17, '62 


1,000 


Do 








332 26 




















No rep't. 

*3, 188 78 


CanUff(&) 


"Wales... 


Pa 


Fees 


Do . . 








"Wales... 




35 50 


Milford Haven 






61 96 








1, 508 73 












210 00 










1,000 


452 24 


Do 


R. Dawson V. C. A. 

David M.Dunn C 

P. S. Macgowan . . . V. C 

Geo. Hoivlan Agt 

A. J. McDonald ... Agt 

F.2[cXeill Agt 

Ivobcrt S. Cliiltou C 

Jos. E. "Wbitniau. .D. C 

D. 0. Haynes Agt 

Edwin Vaugban C. 

M.K. Stone.. "V.&D.C. 

A.M. Bullock Agt. 

John a. Nichols Agt. 

IraD.McClary ...Agt 
Ithamar Hadlock. .Agt 
Austin T. Foster .. .Agt 
Wui. H. Townsend. ..C. 
G. B. Dawson, D. &V. C. 

Benj. Moore Agt 

C 






June 29, '66 
Mar. 13, '71 
Dec. 16, '70 
July 23, "66 
June 21, '71 
July 23, "66 
Feb. 2, '71 
Dec. 22, '71 
July 10, '68 
Apr. 16, '69 
Oct. 7, '71 
Aug. 21, '72 
Juno 6, '70 
Oct. 29, '70 
Oct. 28, '70 
July 14, '69 
Oct. 28, '70 
Mar. 3, '71 
Jan. 24, '71 




Cbarlottctown, P. E. I. . 
Do 


Ind 


Ind 


1,500 


992 39 


Cascumpec 








33 00 








47 50 










No rep't. 
4, 161 50 


Clifton 


N.J 


D.C 


1,500 


Do 












162 50 




Vt 

Canada. . 


N. H . . . . 
Vt 


],.'500 


6, 122 00 


Do 


















215 00 










1,730 50 










172 00 










373 00 






R. I 


2,000 


1,218 75 


Do 




Waterford 








20 94 








2,000 


2, 523 02 


Do 


J. A. Tengely> V. C 

Wil.son King C. 

W. L. Barriugtou .V. C. 
M.McDougall(n)....C 
Win Rcid V. C 






May 15, '71 
Mar. 25, '72 
Oct. 13, '71 

Aug. 2, '71 
Jan. 16, "ll 
Jan. 20, '66 




Dublin (6) 


Pa...... 

Scotland 


Pa 

N.T.... 


Fees 


2, 091 36 


Do 






2,000 


7, 052 89 


Do 




Aberdeen 


Alex. Brand Agt. 




Scotland 




770 58 



■ Second quarter not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 

GREAT BRITAIX. 



23 



Place. 


Kanie and title. 


d 
3 


p. 

o '3 
1" 


S . 
S 9 

Is 
p 


c 

■1 


y . 

* .5 * 


Falraonth (&) 


A.Fox C. 

H.FOX D.C. 

T. J.Bruxton Agt. 

Andrew C. Phillips ..C. 
Jno.M.S. Hunter. D.C 
G. Bennett Agt . 

Martin Payne Agt 

Geo. H.Holt (7!) C 

V.C. 


Eng 

Me 

Me 


Eng 

Eng 

Me 

Me 


Mar. 11, '63 
Apr. 21, '63 
Jan. 31, '62 
Apr. 16, '69 
Dec. 23, '69 
Aug. 9, '72 

Juno 26, '71 
Apr. 17, '71 


Fees 


$269 14 


Do 








Fort Erie 


$1, 500 


o 9f<4 00 


Do 








841 00 


Port Stanley and St. 
Thomas 










Gasp6 Basin (6) 

Do 


Canada. . 


3sr. T . . . . 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Gibraltat 

Do 


H. J. Spraguo C . 

V. C 


ilass 


Mass 


May 12, '48 


1, .500 


826 75 


Glasgow 

Do 


Isaac Jenkinson C 

Wm. H.Johnson.. Y.C 
Almon A. Thonip.son, C 
F. A.Robertson, YifcD.C 
Isaac S. Griswold. .Agt 

M. M. Jackson C 

I.F.Phelau V.C 

Jacob M. Owen Agt 




lud 


Aug. 31, '69 
Apr. 5, '71 
Mar. 17, '70 
Jan. 5, '71 
June 1, '71 
Aug. 1, '61 
June 22, '70 
Apr. IS, '72 
Feb. 19, '63 
Apr. 18, '72 
Feb. 19, '63 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Feb. 19, "63 
Apr. 16, '69 
July 8, '70 
Dec. 18, '69 
Aug. 7, '61 
May 7, '68 
June 13, '72 
Mar. 18, '67 


3,000 


12,410 75 




Vt 


Mich .... 


1, oOO 


740 71 


Do 




Stratford 




1 090 75 


Halifax 


NT.... 


Wis 


2, 000 


3,261 61 


Do 










No rep't. 
2 50 












IF. II. Owen Agt 












,;■. G. Wade Agt 

K. W. lT7(i(e Ai^t 








No rep't. 


Shelbitrne 








Wol/ville 


Joseph R. Sea Agt 

L.S. Ballam A"t: 










Yarmouth 








270 11 


Hamilton (6) 

Do 


F.N.Blake C. 

Win. F.Blake D.C. 

Geo. G.Baker Agt. 

Cbas. M.Allen C. 

C.F.Allen V.C. 

F.A.Hyland Agt. 

D. McPherson, jr C. 

V. C 


Me 


Kaus 


Fees .... 


4, 790 50 


Paris 




987 .50 


Hamilton, (Bermuda) (6) 
Do 


Mass 


X. Y . . . . 


Fees 


454 22 


St. George's 








Hobart Town (6) 

Do 


Gr. Brit 


Ta.sm'uia 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Hong-Kong 


David H. Bailey C. 

Morris Harlan V. C . 

S.B. Hance C. 

V.C 


Ohio .... 
N. T . . . . 


Obio .... 
Ill 


Aug. 5, '70 
May 20, '71 
Xov. 11, "G-l 


3, 000 


C 176 82 


Do 




Kingston, (Canada) 

Do 


1,500 


2, 029 75 


Belleville 


J. W. Carman Agt . 

E.E.Abbott Agt. 

H.Balston Agt 

i?. Glapp Agt. 

Thomas H. Poanio*..C. 

Ralph Nunes V.C. 

J. W.Leyden Agt. 

It. Xunes Agt. 

fV.Eden Agt 






Sept. 20, '66 
Oct. 6, '66 
Sept. 20, '66 
Mar. 11, '67 
May 10, '70 
July 14, '71 
Apr. 13, '08 
Nov. 5, '61 




1 825 00 










100 50 










1 206 83 


Picton 


Eng 


Tenn 




465 50 


Kingston, (Jamaica) . . . 
Do 


2,000 


1, 877 77 


Black liiver 




42 37 


Falmouth 






88 12 


Grand Gaymans 








27 50 


Montego Bay 


S. G. Gorinaldi Agt. 






July 14, '71 
P'eb. 17, '71 
Apr. 22, '68 
Apr.21, '6!l 
Mar. 24, '71 




78 ^3 


Port Antonio 








130 50 


St. Ann's Bay 










134 32 


Leeds 

Do 


F.S. Richards C. 

G. IMiddlowood, D&VC 


Pa 


Tenn 


2,000 


2, 535 00 



Citizen by virtue of naturaJizatiou of father. 



24 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
GKEAT BRITAIN. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


c 

c 

3 
% 




P 




y. 

«^^ ,2 00 

i a «- 


Huddersfield 


C. TT. WUtman.... Agt. 

H. J. Atkinson Agt 

Jno. T. Robeson C . 

George Smith Y. C . 

Jno. B.Doig A gt 

Tho.s. H. Dudley C. 

E. Dudley.. V. &D.C. 






Apr. 18, '72 
May 3, '02 
July 9, '70 
Mar. 24. '71 
Mar. 24, '71 
Oct. 15, '61 
Apr. 18, '72 
Nov. 21, '71 




$i, 297 50 

No rep't. 

4, 077 31 


mai 




Leith (b) 

Do 


Tenu.... 


Tenn.... 


Fees 


Dunfermline 




No rep't. 
40, 646 00 


Liverpool '. 

Do 


N.J..... 


N.J 


#7, 500 


Do 


Rich'd Paulson (n) C. C . 

Robert R. Jones Agt 

J. Hammill Agt 

Adam Badeau C. G 

J.Nunn ..V. &D. C. G. 
Pierre Sisco Agt . 

Alfred L. Hodges. . Agt 
Arthur Livermore . . . C . 

Jas. Stewart V. C . 

Lyell T.Adams C 

Wm. J. Stevens... V.C. 

C. H. Brauscomb C . 

J. B. Payne.. V.&D.C 


Germanj^ 


N. T . . . 


1, 000 




Beaumaris 


No rep't. 
920 25 


St. Helen's 






Jan. 17, '71 
Apr. 28, '70 
Sept. 18, '69 
Dec. 16, '70 

Dec. 16, '70 
Oct. 28, '70 
Aug.30, '72 
July 12, '69 
June 17, '69 
Aug. 30, '72 
Nov. 16, '71 
Feb. 2, '71 






N. T . . . . 


N.T .... 


7,500 


d6, 850 56 


Do 


Dover 




8 00 


Bamsgate, Margate, 
and Deal 








14 00 


Londonderry (6) 

Do 


N. H . . . . 


N.H .... 


Fees 


535 30 


Malta 




N. T . . . . 
Mo 


1, 500 


253 88 


Do 


N. H . . . . 


Manchester 

Do 


3,000 


31, 484 50 




Thos. Adamsou, jr . .. C 
T. C 




Pa 


4,000 


2, 532 85 


Do 




Adelaide 


J. W.Smith Agt. 

Agt 






May 25, '68 




57 40 


Albaiiy 








No rep't. 
248 50 




Agt. 

TVni. A.Dart C. G. 

Jas. R.Reynolds, V.C.G 

J.B. Corbin Agt. 

Geo. H.Branley... Agt. 












N.T.... 


N. T . . . . 
N.Y .... 


Apr. 16, 69 
Mar. 10, '71 
Jan. 8, '70 
Aug. 15, '72 
Aug. 15,'72 
Oct. 28, '69 
Feb. 18, '70 
May 1,'69 
Feb. 8, '67 

May 15, '71 
Dec. 3, '66 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 16, '69 
Feb. 2, "70 
Mar. 21, '63 
Oct. 21, '69 
Oct. 14, '69 
Oct. 3, '66 
May 4, '70 
Nov. 18, '68 
Feb. 2.">, '61 
Dec. 28, '70 


4,000 


6 614 07 


Do 




Hemmingford 

Lackine 






No rep't. 
















No rep't. 

No rep't. 

1 656 23 


Three Rivers 


S. Ogdcn Agt. 

Mahlon Chance C. 

S.P.Saunders ....T. C. 
W.H Sears Agt 

Geo. Preston Agt 

77. Saunders Agt 

if. G.Sawyer Agt 

Evan R. Jones (n) ...C. 
Daniel Rowlands .T. C. 

Thomas Wright Agt 

C Xielson '. . .Agt. 

James Horan Agt 

C Xielson .. A"t 










Ohio .... 


Ohio .... 


2,000 


Do 




Dunmore Toivn 




No TOp't. 


Governor's Harbor, 









Green Turtle Bay 








25 50 












S.Wales 


Wis 

Eng 


1,500 


*325 35 


Do 




Carlisle 




186 50 


Old Hartlepool 








232 22 








487 08 


West Hartlepool 

Pictou 

Do 








No rep't. 
291 42 


Oscar Malmros («) ..C. 
J.R.Noouan V.C. 


Germany 


Minn.... 


1,500 






No rep't. 

No rep't. 

No rep't. 

321 91 




Thos. C. Cook Agt. 

C. A rchibald ..■ Agt ■ 

D. McKccn Agt . 














Apr. 17, '65 
June22, '69 




GktceBay 









* First and second quarters not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 

GKEAT BRITAIX. 



25 



Place. 



Guyiiboroitgh 

Lingan 

Korth Sjjdney 

Port of Sydney 

Pugu'aah 

Plymouth (6) 

Do 

Dartmouth 

Guernsey 

Jersey 

Port Louis 

Do 

Port Sarnia 

Do 

London 

Port Staulcy (b) 

Do 

Presi'ott 

Do 

Brockville 

Cornwall 

Morrisburgh 

Ottawa 

Qucljoc 

Do 

Seychelles 

Do 

Sheffield (6) 

Do 

Kottingham 

Sierra Leone (b) 

Do 

Sincajiore 

Do 

Penang 

Soi^tlianiptou 

Do 

Cowes 

Portsmouth 

Weymouth 

St. Christopher {b) 

St. Helena 

Do 

St. John, X. B. (t) 

Do 

AfcAdain Junction . . . 

Newcastle 

Fredcrickton 

St. Anircivs 

St. George 

St. Stc2)hen's 

* Bora of American 



Xaine and title. 



C. H. FranchvUle . Agt. 

F.E. Leaver Agt 

TTjh. Purves Agt 

J. P. Ward Agt. 

H. G. Pineo Agt. 

H.Fox C 

V.C 

ii. Kingston Agt . 

A. Carey Agt 

T.Renovf Agt. 

Xicolas Pike C . 

Jos.W. Hollway.-V.C 

Sam.D.Pace* C. 

A. Hendricks V.C. 

Wm.F.Blale Agt 

C. A. 



Maes . 



Canada.. 



Pa 



G.M.Dean ....V.C. A. 

Clifford S. Sims C. 

W. AV. Houghton .V.C. 
W.A.Schofield ....Agt. 

John Mtirray Agt . 

James Redington. .Agt. 

E. A. Buckman. . . .Agt. 

F. G. L. Struve C.I 

E.B.Holt V.C. I 

Tho.s. T. Prentis C ! ilich. . 

V. C ! 

C. B. ^Veb.stcr C . j X. H . . 

Chas. A. Branson . V. C . j 

F. G. Rawson Agt ' 

"VTilliam Hogan C . 

J.B.Upton ....V.C. A. 
Adolpbus G. Studer .C. 

V.C. 

Alex. Gentle Agt . 

Wm. Thomson C . 

V. C 

T. Marling Agt. 

George Baker Agt I 

W. Roberta Agt.]... 

E. S. Delisle C. A i U.S.... 

Thos. ritnam(H) C. Ireland. 

Robert P. Pooley . V. C ' 



X.T 



D.B.TTarncr C. Ohio ....'Ohio .. 

A.D.Goodwin V.C 

Chas. F. Hoben Agt 

R.R.Call Agt 

S.Barker Agt X^. B. 

E. Larimer Agt X. B. 

George McSorley . . Agt X. B. 

Chas. H. Clarke ... Agt X. B. 

parents temporarily residing abroad 



X.T 



Mich. 



"Wis. 



Vt 



Conn. 



Mich. 



D.C.. 



Feb. 25, '61 
Apr. 28, '62 
Dec. 28, '70 
Apr. 19, '6.1 
Feb. 25, '61 
Sept. 9, '70 



Ang. 4. "62 
May 29, 66 
July 13, '71 
Apr. 19, '69 
Feb. 13, '67 
Apr. 18, "72 



Apr. 29, '68 
Apr. 21, '69 
July 26, '72 
Oct. 27, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
Mar. 31, '70 
Oct. 7, '71 
July 20, '70 
Apr. 18, '72 
Dee. 19, '71 



July 11, '70 
Mar. 13, '68 
June 27, '72 
June 10, '72 
Feb. 20, '71 
May 2.3, '71 



XoY. 2, '67 
Apr. 22, "69 



St.Chri.st 
D.C 



Dec. 11, '66 
Mar. 14, 67 
Feb. 6, "61 
Aug. 16, '59 
Apr. 21, '69 
Apr. 18, 72 
May 4, 66 
Xor. 8, '70 
Apr. 18, '72 
X'^ov. 26, '66 
Jan. 3, '65 
June28,'68 
Aug. 2, '70 



Fees 



S2, 500 
1,500 



*■ .— X) 



Xo rep't. 
Xo rep't. 
Xorep"t. 
Xo rep"t. 
Xo rep't. 
S97 61 



10 00 

23 00 

198 50 

2pO 46 



1,000 
], 500 



1,500 
1,500 



Fees 



Fees ... 
2,500 



2,000 



Fees 

1,500 



1, 746 25 



1, 169 00 
1 325 24 



1, 658 00 



1, 720 00 

348 50 

678 50 

1, 927 50 

1, 263 39 



Xo rep't. 



9,252 75 



5, 554 75 
Xo rep't. 



572 00 



7 00 

30 50 

4 00 

Xo rep't. 

615 84 

6, 477 58 



74 49 
351 00 

483 14 
506 55 



June28,'69l I 1,513 20 

Second quarter not reported. 



26 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT Oi^^ STATE. 

GREECE— GUATEMALA. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 


s 

a; 3 


a 

-2 a 


a 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1871. 


St. John's, (N. F.) (&)..- 
Do 


T.N.Molloy(n) C 

C.Wills V.C 

P. Devereux Agt 

Wm. E. Hughes . . . Agt 

Wni. Harmon C 

Frank Harmou, V&DC 

L. Wilkinson Agt . 

H.D.Moore Agt 

Luther L. Davis . - -Agt 

H.H.Hall C.A 

Silas S. Austen, V. C. A. 
John W. Barnctt . -Agt. 

G.Mitchell Agt 

J. E. Brotvn Agt 

Albert D.Shaw C 

LaRnePeck V.C. 


N. F . . . . 


N. T . . . 


Mar. 18, '67 
Juno 6, '68 
Aug.26, '71 
Dec. 21, '67 
May 19, '71 
J uly 22, '71 
Jan. 8, '70 
Jan. 8, '70 
Sept. 15,'71 
Mar. 18, '67 
Feb. 20, '71 
July 20, '68 
July 23. '67 


Fees 


1588 65 


Harbor Grace 




45 00 










No rep't. 
4, 008 00 


St. Jolin's, (Quebec) 

Do 


Vt 

vt 


Vt 

Vt 


$1, 500 














Sutton 










Sydney (6) 


N. T . . . . 


N.T.... 


Fees 


994 93 


Do 












No rep't. 
768 73 










Queensland 








No rep't. 
4, 788 50 


N. T . . - . 


N. Y - - . . 


Api-. 19, '69 
June 24, "72 
Jan. 6, '70 
July 14, '71 
June 24, '72 


1, 500 


Do 






N. T - . . . 




No rep't. 




Geo. W. Jessop Agt 

Wm. N.Taylor ....Agt 
c 














No rep't. 
*298 92 


Trinidad (b) 






Fees 


Do 


E. H. Fitt V.C 


Md 


Ill 


.Jan. 2.5, '69 
Jane 16, '71 




Tunstall 


Josiah M. Lucas C. 

V. C 


1,500 


8, 912 58 


Do 


Turk's Island 


Geo. W. Driggs C. 

J.R. Talbot.. D.& V.C 

Alex. Morrison Agt. 

A. W. Harriot Agt. 

David Eckstein (n) . .C . 
V. C 


N.Y .... 


Florida- - 


Dec. 15, '71 
July 30, '70 
Apr. 18, '72 

Dec. 4, '69 
Apr, 4, '70 


2,000 


501 68 


Do .. . 




East (or Cockburn) 

Harbor. 
Salt Cay 








114 35 








237 82 


Victoria (&) 


Bavaria 


Ohio .... 


Fees 


2, 795 95 


Do 




"Windsor 


George AV Swift C 

John Swift V.C. 

Thomas McRae Agt . 

L. H. Johnson Agt 

D. K.HoWt C 

James W.Taylor. -..C 
H.M. Robinson V&DC 


N. T . . . . 


Mich.... 
Mich.... 


Apr. 20, '69 
Feb. 3, '70 
Sept. 22, '66 
May 9, '67 
May 28, '72 
Sept. 14,'70 
Feb. 8, '71 

Nov. 9, '71 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 


1, 500 


2, 238 50 


Do 








867 00 










577 50 


Windsor, N.S.. . 


Me 


Me 

Minn 


1,000 
1,500 






505 00 


Do 




GREECE. 
Pirseus (b) 


Fi.sk P. Brewer t C 

J. J.Bucherer ....V.C. 
W.P.Binney Agt 

c 


Turkey . 


N. C 


1,000 


No rep't. 


Do 








No rep't. 
57 70 


Zante (b) 






Fees 


Do . . 


John Vlasto V.C. 

T. Woodley Agt. 






Nov. 26, '69 




Corfu 




4 00 






Oct. 13, '71 
Feb. 19, '70 

Feb. 18, '71 




20 00 


Patras .... 












GUATEMALA. 
Guatemala (b) 


Henry Houbon C . 

..V.C 


Prussia . . 


Guat'm'a 


Fees 


731 00 


Do 






A. Zollikofer Agt. 

G. F. Wilemsen Agt. 






Apr. 18, '72 






San Jose de Guatemala 








No rep't. 



* Third and fourth (xuarters not reported. tBoru of American parents temporarily residing abroad. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS— ITALY. 



27 



Place. 


Name and title. 


o 
p 


o S 

s .s 

1^ 


Date of com- 
mission. 


a 


Fees for year 
endingDec. 
31,1871. 


HAWAIIAN 
ISLANDS. 


Calvin S. Mattoon . . .C 
J. S.Cbristie.jr ...T.C. 
Thos. Spencer Agt . 




Ohio 

N.J 


Sept.2-1, '70 
Sept.l3, '70 
May 6, '72 

Apr. 8, '72 
Mar. 25, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Aug. 2, '70 
JiUy 9, '70 


14, 000 


§4 9-25 15 


Do 




mio 






HAYTI.: 






500 


'*94 14 


Do 


Jaa. Anuaud V. C . 

n.O'Kill Agt. 

C.F. Teel Agt. 

E. Weimr Agt 
































No rep't. 
574 90 


Cape Hay tien {b) 

Do 


Stanislas Goutier C. 

T. C 


Pa 


Pa 


1,000 




A. Hilchenbach Agt . 

E. Werth Agt. 

G. Jastram Y. C. A. 

'Wm. C.Burchard....C. 
Francis Spilsbury, Y. C . 
G. A. K. Morris A^t 






Apr. 28, '71 
Oct. 23, '71 
Aug. 2, '70 

Oct. 2, 'CO 
June 1, '71 
Juno 1, '71 
July 28, '63 




14 00 


Port de Paix 








226 45 


St. Marc {h) 

HONDURAS. 

Comayagua and Tegu- 
cigalpa (b) 

Do 


N. Y . - . . 


N. Y . . . . 


Fees 

Fees 


322 20 
No rep't. 


Amapala 

Omoa and Truxillo (b) . . 










Chas. E. FoUin C . 






1,000 


*42 31 


Do 


Y C 








ITALY. 
Ancona (6) 


c 








Fees 


83 53 


Do 


A. P. Tomassini Y C 




Conu 


June 23, '71 
Mar. 8, '72 
Feb. 1, '66 
Sept. 5, '64 
Feb. 29, '64 
Nov. 25, '65 
Sept. 1,'71 
Dec. 23, '71 
Mar. 10, '63 
Mar. 21, '66, 
Mar. 25, '71 
Nov. 1, '71 




Briudisi 

Do 


Keuben S. Kendall . . . C. ; Conn 

Theo Titi Y C 


1,500 


12 77 


Gallipoli 


C. Glauson- Agt 






No rep't. 




M!i.aa 


Mass 

N. Y .... 


Fees 


t521 00 


Do 


C.Pollina Y. C 

J. Lor. Graham Jr . . . C 

J. C. Matteiui Y C 






Fees 


2,081 00 


Do 




Caglia ri 








21 55 


Genoa 


0. M. Spencer C 

P. M. Baumberger, Y. C . 
Senry TT. Trimble . Agt . 
Agt 


Iowa 


Iowa 


1,500 


1,583 99 


Do 




2[ila n 








227 00 


Turin 








49 00 


Leghorn 


Jay T.Howard C 

Euiilio Masi .Y. C. 

F.W.Behn (n) C. 

Letterio Pirrone.. Y.C. 

A. Peratoner Agt 

L. Giff&ni Agt. 

TS. Stella Agt. 

B.Odell Duncan C. 

H.M. Ticknor ....Y.C. 
Michcle Starace Agt. 


N.Y.... 

Germany 
Italy.... 


Pa 

Ky 

Italy.... 


Apr. 21, '69 
Mar. 10, '70 
Mar. 18, '67 
May 13, '71 


1,500 


2, 139 40 


Do 






1,500 


2,642 40 


Do 




Catania 




108 59 


Gioja 






Aug. 6, '68 




No fees. 


Syracuse 








20 50 


Naples 


S.C 




S.C 


Juno 1,'69 
J uno 8, '70 
Dec. 29, '71 


1,500 


1,908 87 


Do 




Castelamare 




No rep't. 



* First, third, and fourth quarters not reported. 
{The minister resident is also consul-general, see page 11. 



t Second quarter not reported. 
§ Authorized to act temporarily as consul. 



28 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

JAPAN-MEXICO. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 
o 

p 
3 

.a 




a . 

1.2 

o g 

© .-J 
a ^ 


3 


Fees for year 
euding Dec. 
31, 1871. 




Joseph -If. Ciotola.. Agt. 

L.Monti (m) C. 

Jo,seph Eap V. C . 

L. Oranet Agt 

B.Saito Agt 

J.D.Hore Agt 

L. Marrono Agt 

D. M.Armstrong. C.G 
PietroCalvi ...V. C. G 

G. Ararsanick Agt. 

William T. Eice C 

Joliu Greenham . . V. C 
Kobt. H. Leese (?i) . . . C 
V. C 


Italy .... 


Mass 


Mar. 20, '71 
Aug. 3, '61 
Apr. 4, '70 




No rep't. 
§1, 941 70 




|1, 500 


Do 






Norep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
1, 183 80 








June 11, '70 
Aug. 25,'65 
Nov. 3, '69 
Apr. 16, '69 
Dec. 2, '71 
June 14, '62 
July 31, '61 
Apr. 4, '70 
Apr. 26, '72 


















1,500 




N.T.-.: 


N. Y.... 


Do 




a vita Vecchia 








Norep't. 
20 67 


Spezia 

Do 


Mass 


Mass 


1,500 


Tarauto (&) 


Gt. Brit . 


Pa 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


"Venice {b} 


John Harris « . . . C . 

V C 


Pa 


Pa 


Apr. 4, '70 


750 


512 46 


Do 




JAPAN. 

Hatodadi 

Do 


John H. Halves C 

V. C 


N. Y . . . 


D.C 


Nov. 3, '71 


2,500 


205 34 




A^t 










No rep't. 
0, 128 38 


Kanagawa 


Clias. 0. Shepard C 

Geo.N.Mitcliell-.V.C 
H. W. Denison . . .Mar 

Geo. N. Mitchell... Int 

W. P. Maugum C. 

D.L.Moore V. C. 


N. Y . . . . 


N. Y.... 


Feb. 2, '71 
Aug. 22, '71 
May 22, '69 

July 11, '71 
Mar. 18, '65 
May 15, '67 
July 11, '70 

Jan. 16, '72 
Sept 11, '72 


3,000 


Do 




Do 


Vt 


D.C 


1,000 
and fees. 




Do 






N. C - - - . 


N. C . . . . 


3,000 


825 90 


Do 




Do 






1,000 

and fees. 

3,000 




Osaka and Hiogo 

Do 


Daniel Turner C. 

James Harris V. C 

C. A 


E. I 


Pa 


2,074 42 


LIBERIA.* 


Fees 


46 08 


Do . .. 


John L. Crusoe. V. C. A. 

J. P. Finkelmeier C. A 
C. Finkelmeier.V. C. A 

J. A. Sutter, jr C. 

N. Lennox V. C 

M.Metealf C 

. V. C 






July 12, '70 

Feb. 13, '66 
July 14, '71 

July 13, '70 
Sept. 10,'72 
Apr. 24, '62 




MADAGASCAR, 

Tamatave 

Do 




N. J 


2, 000 


35 92 


MEXICO. 


N. Y.... 
N. Y . . . . 


Cal 

Mexico.. 
Mich.... 


2,000 


603 GO 


Do 




Aguas Caliontes (h) 

Do 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Camargo (i) 

Do 


Lucius Avery C. A. 

V. C. A 


N. Y . . . . 


Mexico. . 


Sept. ]3,'70 


Fees 


314 00 




Geo. L. Macmanuus. .C 
John C. Huston... V.C 

Alex. Willard C 

A. F. Garrison, sr . V. C . 
Charles Winslo'w .C. A 


N. Y 




Aug. 1,'72 
Sept. 19,'71 
Sept. 16,'67 
Apr. ■ 7, '71 
Jan. 18, '71 


Fees .... 


559 10 


Do 


N. Y.... 

Pa 


Mexico.. 
Cal 






1,000 


876 33 


Do . . 




Guerrero 


Fees .... 


870 73 



'The minister resident is al.so consul-general, see page 11. 



UNITED STATES COXSULAR SERVICE. 
MEXICO. 



29 



Place. 


Name and title. 


in 


C3 ^ 


Date of com- 
mission. 


i 

■n 


■-^ .S ^ 

aj S _- 




T.C. A. 












Lagnna (&) 

Do 


! c 

M. E. Carballo V. C 








Fees 


No rep't. 








La Paz (b) 


D.Turner C 




Cal 


Apr. 18, '69 
Apr. 7, '71 
Jan. 18, '71 


Fees 


$729 76 


Do 


C. Schmitz V.C. 

£. Gillespie Agt. 










77 50 








Fees . . . 


527 49 


Do 


A.Morrill V.C 

Tbos. r. Wilson C- 

JohnF. Vails V.C. 

Ar't 


Pa 


Pa 


Aug. 5, '72 
Apr. 4, '70 
Sept. 26,'7l 




Mataiiioras 

Do . ... 


§2, 000 


2,205 14 






No rep't. 
1, 200 60 


Mazatlan (6) 

Do 


Isaac Sisson C . 

V.C 


N. T . . . . 


N.T .... 


Feb. 2.'), '71 


Fees .... 


Meriila(6) ,. 

Do 


E.J.yPatrullo()i).-.C 
V. C 


Spain . . . 


NT.... 


Apr. 26, '54 


Fees 


No rep't. 




D. P. Mena Agt 




Mexico.. 
La 


Oct. 16, '71 
June 10,'72 








Julius A. Skilton C. G. 
V. C. G. 


N. T . . . . 


1,000 


43G 00 


Do 




ilier(?)) 


Charles Mayer C. A 

A. E. Spohu V.C. A. 

c 






Apr. 6, '71 
May 27, '72 


Fees .... 


*327 50 


Do 




iliuatitlan (b) 


Fees .... 


76 95 


Do 


John A. Wolf D. C. 

Asit 






Apr. 18, '72 








No ren't. 




J. Ulricb C . 

V. C 


Pa 


N.M.*... 


Apr. 26, '06 


Fees 


158 00 


Do 




Saltillo 


J. H. Porter Agt 










No rep't. 

No rep't. 

tl64 00 




G. Schuchard Agt 

Wni. H. Calvert ..C. A. 
















Aug. 20, '72 


Fees 


Do 


V C. A 








Oiijaca(6) 

Do 


L. L. Lawrence . . .C. A. 
Henry Puyos . . V. C. A. 
.... C 


N.J 


N. J 


Oct. 15, '69 
June 25,'72 


Fees 


:20 00 


Paso del Norte (b) 






500 


HO 00 


Do 


■Win.M.Pier.son.. V.C. 
W. Schuchardt (n) C. A. 
Emile Callsen . . V. C. A 
C. B. Dahl"Ten C 


Darms't . 


Texas .- 
Texas . . 


Oct. 25, '71 

Nov. 20, '67 
Sept. 20, '71 
May 15, '71 




Piedras Niegras (h) 

Do 


Fees — 


165 25 








Fees . . . . 


No rep't. 


Do 


V C 






San Lnis Poto.si (h) 

Do 


Julius Moureau ..C. A. 
V. C. A 


Germany 


Texas... 


Sept. 28, '69 


Fees . . . 


67 55 


Tabasco (b) 

Do 


F.M.deNemegyei(?!.)C 

James B. Poole . . . V. C 

Edmund Johnson . . . C . 

V. C 


Hungary 


N. J 


July 17, '68 


500 


4.52 22 


Do 




Va 


June 10, "72 


1,500 


301 59 


Vera Cruz 


S. T. Trowbridge C. 

Chas. Trowbridge, V. C 

G. M. Prevost C . 

A.M. Kimball §... V.C. 




Ill 


Apr. 19, '69 
:Mar. 28, '71 
Mar. 21, '67 
Nov. 30, '69 


3,500 


2,114 65 


Do 




Zacatecas (6) . 


Pa 


Mex .... 


Fees . . . . 


30 00 


Do 





* First (juarter not reported. 

* First and second ciuarters not reported. 



t First, second, and third qtiarters not reported. 

§ Burn of Americau parents temporarily residing abroad. 



30 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



MUSCAT— PORTUGAL. 



Place. 



MUSCAT. 



Zanzibar (b) . 
Do 



Name and title. 



NETHERLANDS 
AND DOMINIONS. 

Amsterdam 

Do 

yieuwediep 

Batavia (6) 

Do 

Scerahaya 



Ciiracoa (h) 

Do 

Bonaire 

Padang (h) 

Do 

Paramaribo (b). 

Do 

Rotterdam 

Do 

Flushim; 

Schiedam 

St. Martin (&) . - 

Do 

St. Eustatiits . 



NICARAGUA. 

San Juan del Norte and 
Punta Arenas 

Do 

San Juan del Sur 

Do 



JolinF.TVebb C. 

V. C 



Charles Mueller (?i) . .C. 

A. Vinke V. C. 

Klass C. Tan Yliet. Agt. 
Pliny M. Nickerson . . C . 
H. T. Ankersmit- .V. C. 
G. von Bultzinge- 

lowen Agt. 

"Wm. H.Faxon C 

Jas.r. "Williams.. V.C 

W.E.Boye Agt 

C 



A. Van Gils V.C. 

H. Sawyer C . 

V. C. 

Fred. Sell utz (n) C. 

A. A. Wambersie .V. C. 

J.J. P. Hector Agt. 

W.H. G.Jansen... Agt 

Charles Key (n) C. 

V. C 

Alex. C. Martins . - -Agt 



Lewis P. Olds C. A 

J. J. Andreas . . V. C. A. 

Rufus Mead C. 

G. A. Gauflrau....V.C. 



Mass 



Saxony. 



Conn 



Mass . . . 



Darms't 



Mass ... 



Ohio 



Mass. 



Conn. 



N. T . . . . 



PERU. 

Callao 

Do 

Lambayeque (b) 

Do 

San Jose and Pimental 
Payta(6) 

Do 

Tumbez (&) 

Do 



PORTUGAL AND 
DOMINIONS. 

Fayal (b) 

Do 

Flares 



D.J.Williamson C. 

Charles H. Lay.... V.C. 

S. C. Montjoy C 

G.Ed.Solf V.C 

A.Salf Agt. 

John Murphy (n) C . 

V. C 

c 

P.N.Luce V.C 



S.W. Dabney C 



.D.C 



N.T .. 



N.C. 



Vt 



Cal.... 



Ireland . 



Vt 



Cal .. 
N.T .... 



JunelO,'72 



June 26, '66 
June 10, '68 
Aug. 6, '68 
Apr. 19, '71 
Oct. 31, '71 

Oct. 31, '71 
Apr. 25, '70 
Feb. 18, '71 

Nov. 17, '70 



Dec. 8, '67 
June 14, '58 



Apr. 16, '60 
Feb. 16, '63 
Feb. 23, '70 
Apr. 22, '70 
Dec. 22, '58 



^fi 



$1, 000 



1,000 



Fees ... 



Fees 
Fees 



Fees 



Feb. 22, '69 



June 6, '72 
July 1, '70 
July 20, '67 
Aug. 13, '70 



Mar. 17, '70 
Feb. 18, '71 
Mar. 18, '67 



N.T 
N.T 



Jan. 23, '71 



July 6, '71 



July 23, '72 



2,000 



2,000 



3,500 



Fees 



§197 60 



No rep't. 



No rep't. 
1, 053 14 



No rep't. 
1, 836 98 



138 56 
*45 72 



t843 04 



2, 148 47 



34 16 

2, 132 00 

No rep't. 



No rep't. 



2, 475 02 



:26 15 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 



No rep't. 



G.dcF.Henriques Agt Apr.22,'70 Norep't 



First, second, and third quarters not reported. t Third quarter not reported. 

X Second, third, and fourth quarters not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



31 



rxssiA. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


1 

p 

5 


Whence ap- 
pointed. 


S . 
g § 
= 1 

■s s 
c 


a 


•S .= J3 

5^ n « 




J.d'C.CeMelh) ....Agt. 
A. .T. d'Albergaria . Agt 
D. D. Machado ....Agt. 

T.de Catro Agt. 

Ja.sper Smith C 

J. Hutchison "V. C. 

Henry TV. Diman C. 

C.F.J.Hutchens.V.C. 

T.M.Besoiicy Agt. 

F. J. Lopez Agt. 

F. L. Javarez Agt. 

J. M. 2lascarenhas Agt. 

C.F.O'Xeil Agt. 

J. P. de Jf. Fakao.Agt. 
Caleb Cooke C. 










No rcp'i. 

No rep't. 

6378 CO 








Jan. 11, '69 
Apr. 22, '70 
Apr. 9, '63 
Dec. 22, 'TO 
May 24, '69 
July 12, '70 
May 25, '63 




St Michael 
















59 32 




K.T.... 


D.C 


Si, 500 


115 02 


l)o 









R. I 


1,500 


791 86 


Do 




Bdem 




No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No reji't. 
No rep't. 
No i-ep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 










Faro 
















Setubal 






1 








1 


Mozambiqise {fi) 

Do 




Mass 


Mar. 3, '65 Fees 


V.C. 










James C. Fletcher . . .C. 

A. J. Shore V.C. 

Jose A. da Sousa ... Agt . 
J. J. D' Almeida . - .Agt. 
G. Laidley Agt. 


Ind 


lud 


Apr. 19, '69 
Aug. 12,'69 
Apr. 13, '70 


1,500 


No rep't. 


Do .. 








No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
90 88 


























Apr. 14, '70 




Peso de Rcgra 


F. da C. Guilherme, Agt. 
L.a.dc Vasconccllos, Agt . 
J. A. de M. Vian7ia, Agt. 

J. A. da Sousa Agt. 

M.de Guedes Agt. 

c. 










































1 


Do 








750 


H.J.Silva V.C. 

J. J. N^unes Agt. 

J. H. Evora Agt 

J. J. Vera Cruz Agt 

A. A. Silva (n) ....C. A. 
F.A. Silva V.C. A. 

Jas. Crowley C. A. 

U. W. Hiller...V.C. A. 

E. Brandt C 

V. C 






June 11, '66 
July 3, '62 
Au". 25'68 








*18 66 








No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 

No rep't. 


Hal 






Oct. 20, '67 
May 14, '64 

May 16, '72 
Feb. 23, '71 
June 21, '32 




St. Paul de Loando (6) . . 
Do 

RUSSIA. 

Amoor River (b) 

Do 


Brazil . . . 



Mass 


1,000 
1,000 




Eassia . . 


Russia . . 


Ft>fa 


No rep't. 


Do 






F. FreiieUell C . Finland 

V.C ' 


Finland ! .\iif. HI 'SO , Vi'pn 


74 39 


Do 




1 






J. Sparrow Agt. 

c 






Mar. 7, '63 














Fees 




Do 


S. P. Young V.C. 

T.C.Smith C- 

PeterKalli V.C. 

C.Kalk ... Agt. 

D. B. Peacock Agt. 

John Martin Agt 


Vt 


Vt 


May 9, '67 
June 1, '61 
Apr. 18, '72 








2,000 


116 00 


Do 




Port Baltic ... . 




No rep't. 


Poti and Ti/fis 






May 8, '72 
i Dec. 23, '70 


1 


liostoff 






\ 


No rep't. 



First and second <iuartcrs uot reported. 



32 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

SALVADOR— SPAIX. 



Place. 



Tarjanrog 

Riga (b) , 

Do •-... 

St. Petersburg 

Do 

Cronstadt 

"Warsaw (6) 

Do 



SALVADOR. 



La Union (6) . . . . 
Do 

San Salvador (h) . 
Do 

La lAbertad . . . 

Sou somite (b) 

Do 



Name and title. 



Berthold Smith Agt- 

A. Schwartz C 

V.C. 

George Pomutz (n) ..C. 

J. Ciirtin V. C 

A. Wilkins Agt. 

C 

v.c 



SAN DOMINGO. 



St. Domingo . .. 

Do 

Piter to Plata . 
Sam ana 



SIAM. 



Bangkok. 
Do... 
Do... 
Do... 



SOCIETY ISLANDS. 



Tahiti (b) 

Do . . ; 



SPAIN AND DO- 
MINIONS. 

Alicante (b) 

Do 

Barcelona 

Do 

Tarragona 

Bilbao (6) 

Do 

Cadiz 

Do 

Algeciras 

Huelva 

Cartliagena (b) 

Do 

Corunna (6) 



John F. Flint C 

:.! V.C 

J. Morris Duke C 

V.C 

E.Haber Agt 

J.Mathe C 

Jas. Geddes V.C. 



Pishtr W. Ames..C. A. 

V.C. A 

Jose Oincbra Agt, 

J. F. Fabens Agt 



F. W. Partridge C 

V.C 

Mar 

Krn Naa Act'g Int 



Dorcnce Atwater C 

W.H.Kelly V.C 



Mas.9 . 



Conn 



William L. Giro C 

V.C 

Henry Euggles C 

M. Casagemas D.C .' 

Luis Midler Agt 

C 

Ed. Aznar V.C 

A.N.Duffig C 

C. H. Younger .... V. C 

H. Sprague Agt 

Henrique Ruiz Agt 

C.Molina C 

V.C 

A. G. Fuertcs C 

* Fouf th quarter not reported. 



England. 
Russia . . 



Hungary 



Pa 



U.S. 



Vt. 



Conn... 



Spain . . 



Russia . 



Iowa 

Wis 



Pa 



* -p; 



June 2, '71 
Nov. 24, 'C2 



Feb. 16, '60 
Mar. 28, '65 
Mar. 7, '63 



Feb. 14, '67 



U.S. 



Ohio 



June 10,'72 



111... 



Conn. -. 



Spain 



R.I 



Spain 



Apr. 18, '72 
Feb. 14, '67 
Apr. 18, '72 



July 9, '70 



May 2, '71 
May 2, '71 



Apr. 16, "69 



Jan. 1, '70 



July 11, '70 
Nov. 23, '70 



Jan. 20, '53 



Apr. 28, '70 
Sept. 12 '70 



June 10,'68 
Apr. 21, '69 
Sept. 23, '69 



May 23, '71 

Nov. 25, '02 



May 15, '71 



=£ .2 00 



Fees .. 



$2, 000 



Fees . 



Fees . . 



Fees 



1,500 



Fees 



3,000 



1,000 



Fees 

1,500 



Fees 

1,500 



Fees 
Fees 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 



No rep't. 



.?111 70 
No rep't. 



No rep't. 



No rep't. 
439 83 



No rep't. 
45 21 



144 68 



263 32 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 



976 48 



23 43 
No fees. 
No rep't. 



22 99 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
SPAIN. 



33 



Place. 


Name and title. 


g 

o 
-a 

1 


"■ -3 

c .5 
i 2 


.2 

il 


■q 


- " . 

ts .£ » 

CO "3 ■" 


Corunna (h) 


v.c. 












Gorcubion 


H. Villanueva Agt. 

E. CrtLSoe Agt 

J. Miiriiz Agt. 

Ac^t 






Aug.lO, '72 






Port St. Mary 








No rejj't. 


Tirero 






Aug. 10, '72 




Tlqo 








No rep't. 
$32 01 


Deuia(&) 


Cbas. Sloraiul C 

A. Bordchore V. C . 

A. T.A. Torberb..C. G. 
Henry C. Hall.. V.C.G 
J(>.«. A. Springer . . . C. C . 
Joseph A. Rapbel .C. C 
A<>-t 






Juno 10,'72 
July 14, '71 
July 10, '71 
Feb. 27, '69 
Jan. 8, '70 


Fees 


Do 


Del 

Conn 

Me 

Md 


Del 

N. T . . . . 
Cuba.... 
Md 




86, 000 




Do 




Do 


1 000 




Do 


Feb. 14, '72 


1,000 






No reji't. 
No rep't. 

No rep't. 
1 797 48 


Nucvitas 


B. Watlington Agt 

Alfred T. Clarice... Agi 

A. M. Hancock C . 

J.K. Geary V.C 

R.Medina Agt. 

Miguel Oalzado A^t 






Nov. 9, '70 

Aug.l3,'70 
Apr. 18, '61 
Oct. 24, '63 
Nov. 20, '65 
Aug. 5, '70 
Jan. 15, '70 




San Juan de Los Re- 










Ky 


Ky 


1,500 


Do 




Adra Malaga 

Port of Mebelta 
















No fees 


Almeria Malaga 

Velez Malaga 

Manila (6) 

Do 


A lex. Lluch Agt . 

J.R.Geary Agt. 

J. B. Pearsou • C . 

J.Russell V.C. 

Augusta Zeisz ..... Agt . 
James E. Ernst . . . Agt 

H. C.Hall C 

G. L. "Wasbington. V. C 

Agt. 

J. H. Horner Agt 

James H. "Whallon . . . C. 

Jos. Motanari V. C . 

William Wallis. . . . Agt . 

E. Canut Agt. 

E. Conroy C . 

C.A.de V.Hoard.V.C. 
Ed. Eopisch Agt. 








58 63 








No rep't. 
879 00 


Canada.. 


N.T.... 


Mar. 18, '67 
Mar. 27, '67 
July 2, '69 
July 2, '69 
Mar. 18, '64 
Aug. 1, '70 


Fees 


Cebu 




No rep't. 

No rep't. 

416 42 


Iloilo 








Matanzas 


Conn 


N.Y .... 


2,500 


Do 




Cardenas 








3 129 24 


Saqna la Grande 






Apr. 3, '70 
May 8, '69 
May 21, '72 
Dec. 3, '69 
AJpr. 8, '70 
Apr. 21, '69 
Feb. 25, '71 
Mar. 19, '67 
Sept. 4, '67 
Aug. 19,'71 
May 2, '67 
Juno 17, '70 
Apr. 10, '05 
Aug. 3, '66 




2 081 66 


Port Malion 


N. T . . . . 


Pa 


1,500 


186 05 


Do 




Ivica Island 




No rep't. 

No rep't. 

1 010 94 


Palma Majorca 

San Juan 








Conn... 


Pa 


2,000 


Do 




Aguadilla . . » 




132 93 


Arecibo 








756 02 


Fajardo 


Herman Ritter Agt 

E.M. Verges Agt. 

G. R. Ketitsch Agt . 

W. Haddock Agt. 

P. Minvielle - Agt . 










Ouayama 








908 32 


Mayaguez 








1 433 50 


Naguabo 








'427 22 


Ponce 








1 345 90 


Yiegues 






Apr. 10, '65 
Mar. 18, '67 




t44 42 


Santauder (6) 










35 00 


Do 


V C 










Oijon 


Serapio Acebal Agt. 

A.N. Young C. 

Emilio G. Schmilt V. C 






Apr. 8, '70 
Sept. 24.'70 
July 6, '71 
Feb. 22, '71 
Feb. 22, '71 




6 14 


Santiago de Cuba 

Do 




Ky 


2,500 


970 60 


Baracoa 


P.E.Alaya Agt. 

Wm. F. Allison. .. .A-gt. 








737 21 


Giiantanamo 








393 92 



* Born of American parents temporarily residing abroad. 

3 



t From July 13 to November 16, 1871. 



34 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
SWEDEN AND NOEWAT-TUKKET. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


d 








a . 

° a 

■i a 


Salary. 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1871. 




Frederick Boca Agt 

Charles Hugar Agt. 

Alex. Jourdan (n) C . 

Chas. H. Eder V.C. 

Wm.H. Dabney*....C 

H.B. McKay V.C. 

J.T. Tajpham Agt. 

J. R. y Gonzalez . . -Agt. 






Jan. 3, '72 
Fob. 22, '71 
Apr. 21, '70 
Feb. 20, '71 
Jan. 22, '62 
Nov. 11, '70 




$165 31 










8 02 


Seville (6) ... 


France . . 
Fayal . . . 


D.C..-.. 
E. I 


Fees 


755 55 


Do 




Teneriffe (&) 


Fees 


230 42 


Do 








15 25 


Grand Canary 






Feb. 10, '70 




141 77 








12 57 


Trinidad de Cuba 

Do 


Horatio Fox C . 

John Eyley V. C . 


Me 


Me 


Mar. 20, '69 
June 5, '72 
July 20, '69 
Mar. 6, '72 
June 7, '71 
Apr. 13, '71 
Jan. 23, '71 

Apr. 21, '70 


$2, 500 


582 31 


Cienfuegos 


M. H. Morris . .A"-t 








2,297 45 


Henry L. Hall C. 

R. Trenor V.C. 


N. T . . . . 


Mich .... 


1,500 


22 50 


Do 








Norejj't. 




Rich. Lowenstein . . Agt- 








509 93 


SWEDEN AND 
. NORWAY. 




Norway . 


Fees 


41 00 


Do 


V. C 


















9 00 




T.Falck Agt 

G. Gade (n) C 






Sept.29, '63 
June25, '69 
May 27, '70 




27 50 




Norway 


Norway . 


Fees 


161 00 


Do 






Reinhardt A^t 








No fees. 


Gotteuburg (h) 

Do 


F. K. Bazier C. 

V C 


N.J 


Sweden . 


Mar.18, '67 


Fees 


No rep't. 


St. Bartholomew (&).... 
Stockholm (&) 


E. B. Dinzey C. A . 

N. A.Elfwiug C. 




St. Thos - 


Sept.26, '60 
Apr. 17, '71 


Fees 

Fees 


47 00 
379 60 


Do 


V. C 








Oefle 


GustafHaid Agt. 

S. O.Muheck Agt. 

Gabriel Wikstrom .. Agt . 

Henry Erui (71) C . 

Augu,st Strohl. . . .V. G- 

H. Salathe Agt. 

Charles H.TJpton....C. 
Gordon Grant ....V.C 

S.H.M.Byers C 

Bruno Scherr • V. C 

Chas. Heinrich Agt 

R. Beardsley,Agt&C.G 

V.C.G 

Henry A. Babbitt . C. C 
J. Baldwin Hay . . .C. G 
E. A. Van Dyck, V.C.G. 






Sopt.20, '71 
June 19, '71 
June 19, '71 

Apr. 21, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
Oct. 18, '66 
July 9, '63 
Feb. 10, '71 
Mar. 25, '69 
July 31, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 

July 23, '72 




No fees. 






















SWITZERLAND. 
Basle 


Switz ... 


Tenn 


2,*000 


3, 786 50 


Do 




Olten 




2, 890 00 




Mass 


Va 

Iowa — 


1,500 


1, 455 25 


Do 




Zurich 

Do 


1, rioo 


4, 979 70 


St. Gallen 








2, 779 75 


TURKEY AND DO- 
MINIONS. 




Ind 


3,500 


No rep't. 


Do 




Do 


Mass . . . 
Mo 


Ohio. . . . 
R.I.... 


June22,'72 
Jan. 18, '72 

May 22, '72 


1,000 
2,000 






358 22 


Do 





* Born of American i>arents temporarily residing abroad. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 

URUGUAY. 



35 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 

2 

2 


S -2 
a .S 
2 ° 


Date of com- 
mission. 


S 

73 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1871. 




S. de Picciotto Agt. 

/. de Picciotto Agt. 

M. Levi Agt. 








No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
*|16 60 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 








Mar. 26, '47 
Aug. 13, '72 














Afft. 
















Apr. 22, '70 
Dec. 13, '70 
Jan. 22, '66 
Feb. 14, '68 
Nov. 26, '64 






Anise M. Zadeh Agt. 

B. Metheny Agt. 

S. de Picciotto Agt. 


























S.Abela Agt. 

Agt 
















Tripoli 


A. Yanni Agt. 

T.Akaad Agt. 






Apr. 27, '48 
Sept. 1, '63 
June29, '70 




Tvre 










B.r.Peixotto C. 

V. c 




Cal 


Fees 


Do ... 


Cairo (6) 


Victor Barthow C . 

N.D. Comanos.... V.C. 
H. Hillebraudt (m) ...C. 
John Nicolaides ..V. C. 

G. Saridach i Agt . 

J. H. Goodenow . . C. G- 
D. Stamatiades, («) VCG. 


Egypt... 
Hungary 


Egypt... 
N.C .... 


1 eb. 17, '71 
Nov. 20, '71 
Apr. 21, '69 
Dec. 5, '71 
June 9, '66 
Nov. 13, 64 
Oct. 5, '70 
Aug.16, '61 

Apr. 25, '68 
May 22, '72 
Feb. 17, '70 
Feb. 21, '70 
Aug. 8, '66 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 




$1,000 


t2 00 


Do 




Setimo 




No rep't. 
400 74 


Constantinople 

Do 


Me 


Me 


3,000 


Do 


A. Thompson + Mar. 

A. A. Garguilo Int 

J. G. F. Calvert . ...Agt. 

T. E. D. Hayes Agt. 

P. H. Lazzaro Agt 


Eng 


N. Y . . . . 


1,000 
and fees. 




Do 














Rustchuk 








No rep't. 
90 86 


Salonica 








Cyprus (6) 

Do 


L.P. DiCesnola (>!.).. C. 
V.C. 


Italy.... 


N. Y . . . . 


1,000 


No rep't. 


Galatza {b) 


c 








Fees .... 


No rep't. 


Do 


Alex. Hopites V. C- 






Sept.25, '72 




C. 






1,500 


48 00 


Do 


E.Hardcgg V.C. 

E. Hardegg Agt. 

Wm. E.Page C. 

J. Hollebeke *V.C. 

Max De Haro Agt. 

G. Snrur Agt. 

E. J. Smithers C. 

J. Griffitt V.C. 

M.M. Fottion Agt. 

c 






May 25, '72 
Dec. 7, '70 
Sept. 9, '70 
July 13. '71 
July 18, '72 
July 27, '71 
Mar. 11, '67 
Feb. -, '66 
Aug.18, '68 




Jaffa 




No rep't. 
29 80 


Port Said . . . 


Me 


Va 


2,000 


Do 




Inmaila 






Damietta 










Smyrna 

Do 


Del 

Malta... 


D.C 

Turkey . 


2,000 


1, 808 65 


Mytilene 




No rep't. 
No rep't. 


Suez 






Fees .... 
Fees . . . 


Do 


James Smith V.C. 

B. D. :^Iantou C 


■R T 


R.I 

Me 


Nov. 5, '09 
May 23, '72 
May 23, '72 
May 6, '72 
Oct. 21, '71 


URUGUAY. 


52 40 


Do 






Paysandu 


J. G. Hufnagle Agt. 

Wm. Bertran C. 

J.Donaldson Long.V. C. 








Afonteviilpo (h) 


Prussia . 
Md 


Mo 

Md 


1,000 


1 358 95 


Do 





* First, second, and fourth quarters uot reported. t First, second, and third quarters not reported. 
\ Born of American parents temporarily residing abroad. 



36 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



VENEZUELA. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 
u 
o 

9 
S 


5^ ^• 
a .5 

CB o 


Date of com- 
mission. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1871. 


VENEZUELA. 

Ciudad Bolivar (h) 

Do 


Jolm Dalton C 






Mar. 18, '67 


Fees — 


No rep't. 


v.c. 








Charles H. Loehr(n).C. 
V.C. 


Prussia . 


Pa 


Mar. 16, '65 


|1, 500 




Do 


1545 22 




H. Baiz Agt. 






May 18, '51 




8 36 




Afft. 






No rep't. 
1, 044 60 




T C. Jutting C 






Apr. 21, '69 


Fees 


Do 


V.C. 








Puerto Cabello (b) 

Do 








July 20, '67 


Fees 


765 S3 


V.C. 


















1 



XVI.— CONSULAR CLERKS. 



Place. 



Paris 

Do 

Shanghai .. 

Havana 

Paris 

Leipsic 

Shanghai . . 
Liverpool . . 

Havana 

Alexandria 



Name. 



A. J. de Zeyk (n) 

F. Olcott 

O. B. Bradford 

Joseph A. Springer . . . 
Charles F. Thirion (n) 
Edward P. McLean . . . 

Johu E. Coryell 

Kichard Paulson (n){.. 

Joseph A. Raphel 

Henry A. Babbitt 



Hungary 
N. Y . . . . 



Me 

France.. 



N.T. 
Germany 
Md 

Mass . . . 



Iowa . - 
N.T.. 
Pa .... 
Cuba.. 
D.C... 
N.V.. 
China . 
N. Y . . 
Md.... 
Ohio . . 



fi 



Feb. 7, 1866 
Nov. 7, 1866 
May 27, 1867 
Jan. 8, 1870 
Jan. 8, 1870 
Nov. 18, 1870 
Feb. 1, 1871 
Nov. 21, 1871 
Feb. 14,1^72 
June 29, 1872 



O 



|1, 000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1, 000 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



37 



XVII.— LIST OF TERRITORIAL OFFICERS, SHOWING WHENCE APPOINTED 
AND DATE OF COMMISSION. 



Territories. 


Names. 


"Whence appointed. 


Date of com- 
mission. 


Arizona 


GOVEUNOUS. 

A. P. K. Safforil 




April 7,1809 
April 17, 1869 
April 5, 18G9 
Feb. 28 1871 




Edward if. McCook 














District of Columbia . . . 






Oct. 24 1871 




Beujamiu F. Potts 


Ohio 


July 13, 1870 
July 27,1871 
Feb. 2 1871 








Utah 








Elisha P. Feiry 


Washington Territory . . 
Ohio 


April 26, 1872 
AprU 7, 1869 

April 8, 1869 
April 7,1869 
Feb. 13 1872 




Johu A. Campbell 




SECRETAKIES. 






Frank Hall 






Edwin S. McCook 


Illinois 






District of Columbia 

Idaho 


May 19,1371 
May 4, 1869 
Jan. 27, 1871 


Idaho 


E. J. Curtis 




James E. Calloway 


Illinois 




William F. il. Arny 




*May 28, 1872 
Nov. 1,1870 


Utah 


George A. Bhick 


Utah 


"Washiiijrtoii 




Ohio 


Jan. 27 1871 








Mar. 2 1870 











* Commission to take effect June 30, 1872, 



38 EEGISTER OF THE DEPAETMENT OF STATE. 

XVIII.— FOREIGN LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Couutry and date of 
presentation. 


Name. 


Rank. 


Residence. 




Blaoque Bey 


E. E. and M. P . . 


1404 H street. 


August 23, 18G7. 


Baltazzi Etfendi 


Sec'j of Legation . 


1214 F street. 


GREAT BRITAIN. 


The Eight Honorable Sir Edward 






Tebruaiy 7, 1868. 


Thornton, K. C. B 


E. E. and M. P . . . . 


1627 I street. 




Honorable Francis John Pakonham . 


Sec'y of Legation . 


(Absent.) ' 




James Plaister Harriss-Gastrell,Esfi . 


Second Secretary. . 


Scott House, Road 
St., Georgetown. 




Hon. Power Henry Le Peer Trench. . 


Second Secretary. . 


1627 I street. 






Third Secretary, 
(detached) 








1617 I street. 






Third Secretary . . 
Attache 


1644 I street. 




William Oswald Charlton, Esq 


1644 I street. 


AUSTRI4. HUNGARY. 




E. E. and M. P . . . . 
Sec'y of Legation . 
Attach^ 


1720 H street. 


September 4, 1868. 














E. E. andM. P .... 
Sec'y of Legation . 

E. E. and M. P . . . . 


912 I street 


March 16, 1869. 

PERU. 




1340 I street. 


Colonel Don Manuel Freyre 


737 15th street. 


June 9, 1869. 




First Secretary . . . 
Ass't Secretary . . . 
Ass't Secretary . . . 

E. E. and M. P . . . . 


1340 I street. 




(Absent.) 








MEXICO. 


Seuor Don Ignacio Mariscal 


917 N. T. avenue. 


August 11, 1869. 


Seiior Don Cayetano Romero 

Senor Don Francisco G. Palacio y 


Sec'y of Legation. 


917 N. T. avenue. 




T6bar 


Second Sec. of Leg. 

E. E. and M. P . . . . 

First Sec'y of Leg 


602 11th street. 






2017 G .street. 


May 13, 1870. 


Count Zaunini 


1422 K. T. avenue. 


Mr. Oluf Stenersen 


E. E. and M. P .... 


2015 G street. 


December 28, 1870. 


Mr. Eric Carl Johan Cederstrahle. . . 


Sec'y of Legation . 


1825 I street. 






E. and M. P 

Sec'y of Legation . 
Chancellor of Leg. 

E. E. and M. P . . . . 


734 15th street. 


August 1,1871. 




734 15th street. 


P. W. Biiddecke 


72 Defreos street. 


BRAZIL. 


Councillor A. P. do Carvalho Borges. 


1326 Mass. avenue. 


October 9, 1871. 


Senhor Dom Luis A. do Padua Fleury 


Sec'y of Legation. 


1118 10th street. 


PORTUGAL. 


The Chevalier de Sousa Lobo 


E. E. and M. P . . . . 


530 21st street. 


January 12, 1872. 

SPAIN. 




Second Secretary. . 


(Absent.) 


Admiral Don Jos6 Polo de Bernab6 . 


E. E. and M. P . - . . 




April 5, 1872. 


Seiior Don Luis de Potestad 


First Secretai'y . . . 


1715 H street. 






Military Attach6 . 
Second Secretary. . 


New York. 




Seuor Don Enrifiuo Vall6s 


(Absent.) 




Senor Don German M. de Ory 


Third Secretary. . . 


1422 N. Y. avenue. 




Seiior Don Casimiro Franauelo 


Attach6 


1728 H. street. 



FOREIGN LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 39 

Foreign legations — Coutiuuetl. 



Country and date of 
prescutation. 


Name. 


Eank. 


Residence. 


Spaix— Continued. 


Seijor Don Wence.slao Eamirez de 












1312 G street 




Sefior Don Enrique Font do Fon.s- 










Attach6 


(Absent.) 


KUSSI\. 


Le Chevalier Baron Henri d'Oflfenberg 
Mr. Boris Danzas 


Env. Ext 


1715 H street. 


April 30, 1872. 


Sec'y of Legation . 


1715 Pa. avenue. 




Mr. Valerien Schirkoff 


Second Sec. of Leg. 


1715 H street. 






Military Attache. . 
E. E. and M. P 


239W. 22dst N.T. 


FRAXCE. 


The Marquis de Noailles 


1320 G street. 


July 24, 1872. 




First Secretary 

Third Secretary. . . 
Attache 
















M. Paul Dcjardin 


Consul-chanceiler . 


828 14th street. 


COLOMBIA. 


Seiior Don Carlos Martin 


E. E. andM. P.... 








Sec'y of Legation . 

Minister Resident. 
Counsellor of Leg. 


25 Wm. St., N. 


BELGIUM. 




1714 Pa. avenue. 


August 25, 1865. 


Mr. Alfred Berghujans 


1721 H Street. 




Vicount A. Vilain, XIIH [Quatorze] . 


Sec'y of Legation. 


1709 H street. 


ECUADOR. 


Senator Don Antonio Flores 


Minister Resident. 


1714 Pa. avenue. 


March 25, 1870. 


Seuor Don Nicolas E. Ansado 




132 Second Place, 






Brooklyn, N. Y. 


HAYTI. 


Mr. Stephen Preston 


Minister Resident. 


The Arlington; 


April 22, 1870. 






(absent.) 






S. ofL.&Ch. d'Afif. 


64 Broadway, 2f. T. 


KETHERLAXDS. 


Mr. Bernhard de Westenberg 


Minister Resident. 


1707 G street. 


Augu-st 1, 1871. 








NICARAGUA. 




Minister Resident . 


713 14th street. 


August IG, 1872. 






DENMARK. 




Mini.ster Resident 
Char. d'Aff. ad int. 

Charg6 d'Aflfaires . 






Mr.C. T. Christensen 


New York. 


LIBERIA. 


Mr. Henry M. Schieffelin 


Yonkers, N. Y. 


July, 18G5. 
.JAPAN. 




Sec'y of Legation . 
Charge d'Aflfaires . 


Washington. 


.Tug-oi Ariuori Mori 


Cor. 24th and Msts. 


March, 1871. 


Saniro Takaki 


Sec'y of Legation . 
Attache 










CHILI. 


Senor Don Francisco Gonzales 






April 9, 1872. 




S. of L.&Ch. d'Aff. 


1340 I street. 




Official 













40 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

XIX.— FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Arf/entine Itepuhlic — Belgium, 



Name. 



Title. 



Kesideuce. 



District. 



ARGENTINE llEFUBLIC. 



E. F. Davison 

J. Swett Eowe 

Edward Sliippen 

C. M. Stewart 

N. B. Keene 

D. D. Stackpole 

L. M. Merrit 

Andres .Spring. 

M. A. Priugle 

Carlos Hoiusius 

Carlos Baum 

George A. Barksdalo . 

H.W.Birge 

George Harriss 



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

Theo. A. Havemejer . 

Adolfus Bader 

A. M. Scliceiijahn 

L. Westergaard 

M. von Baunibacli 

Julius Kaufniauu 

Hobert Barth 

F. W. Hanewinckel . . 

G. D. Krejnmelberg . . 

J. H. Gossler, jr 

Theodor Schwartz . . . 

Gustavus Mliecke 

Henry Meyer 

ItoLert Schuitzler 

Carl A. G. Adae 



BELGIUM. 

S. Morhange 

G. O. Gorter 



Consiil-Geueral . 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 



Consul-General 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Consul i 

Consul... 

Acting Vice-consul 

Consul 

Consul 



Cousul-Geneval 
Consul , 



Emile Grisar I Consul. 

P. Schuster 

H. W.Warren 

r. Lanimers 

P. Hurck 

O.Nolting 

T. E. Henrotin 

John B. A. Masse 

Ch. T. van der Espt . 
Duncan Kobertson , . . 

Laurent De Give 

G. E. Saurniann 

Charles Mali 

Ernest Van Bruyssel. 

bOI-lVIA. 

Jos6 Maria Muuoz . . . 
Erancisco Hencra . . . 



Consul 

Consul 

Acting Consul , 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 1. 

Vice-consul . . . 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul..*. 

Consul 

Consul 



Consul-Genoral . 
Consul 



New York 

Bangor. 

Philadelphia. 

Baltimore. 

Now Orleans. 

Boston. 

Peusacola. 

Portland. 

Charleston. 

Savannah. 

San Francisco. 

Richmond. 

Satilla, Ga. 

Wilmington. 



New Tork. 

New Orleans. 

Mobile. 

Philadelphia. 

Milwaukee. 

Galveston. 

Saint Louis. 

Kichmond. 

Baltimore. 

Boston. 

Louisville. 

San Francisco. 

Charleston. 

Chicago. 

Cincinnati. 



San Francisco 

Baltimore. 

Sim Francisco. 

Cincinnati. 

Boston. 

Galveston. 

Saint Louis. 

Richmond. 

Chicago. 

Green Bay, Wis. 

Louisville. 

Norfolk. 

Atlanta. 

Philadelphia. 

New York. 

New Orleans. 



For the United States. 



Pacific Stales. 



New York. 
San Francisco. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Bolivia — Denmark. 



41 



Name. 



liUAZIL. 

James "W. McUoiiald. 

M. Myers 

H. R. Baldwiu 

E.S.Sayies 

C. Oliver O'Doimell . . 

Charles Mackall 

L. H. F. do Aguiai- . . . 

C. J. Ludmaim 

il. B. F. Heuriques. . . 
Andrew F. Elliot . . . . 

Oscar G. Parsley 

Eugeuo Huclict 

A. T. Kieckoefer 

^Tm. H. Jiidali 



Title. 



Kesidcnce. 



Vice-consul j Savannah. 

Vice-consul Ncnt'olk. 

Vice-consul ! Richmond. 



District. 



Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Commercial Agent. 

Cousul-General 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 



CHILI. 

Don Francisco, dd Ca 

saunva 

Washington Booth 

Edward Shippen 

COST^ RICA. 

Jose M. Muuoz 

Gustavo Theisen 

Teodoro Lemmeu Meyer 
Francisco Herrera . . 

S.M. Walu 

E.J. G.niez 

A. C. Garsia 

Jose A. Quintet o 

Allan A. Burton ... 



DEX-MAltK. 
C. T. Christenseu Consul. 



Consul-General 

Consul 

Consul 



Consul-General . 

Consul 

Consirl-General 

Consul 

Consul 



Philadelphia. 

Baltimoi-e. 

Baltimore. 

New York 

New York. 

Bo.ston. 

New Orleans. 

Wilmington, N.C. 

Charleston. 

Washington. 

Peusacola 



San Francisco. 

Baltimore. 

Philadelphia. 



New York 

New York. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
Philadelphia. 



For the United States. 



Consul Key West. 

Consul Boston. 

Consul New Orleans. 

Consul Lovisville. 



Henry Braem 

H. Frellsen 

A. V. Bugge 

E. S. Sayres 

J. C. Koudrup 

E. C. Hammer 

T. H. Zanderson 

C. F. J. Miiller 

John E. Brown 

Eniil Dreier 

G.OlLirni Taaffe 

CM. Hoist 

Cha.s. E. Wundcrli(-h . . 

N. H. Holmes 

Martin Lewis 

George H. Garlichs . . . 

Geo.C. Reid 

R.E.Heide 

John Rath 



Vice-consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 



New York . 



Ports of Washington, Georgetown, 
D. C, and Alexandria, Va. 



For California, Oregon, and Nevada. 

For New York and Philadelphia. 
For California. 



New York. 

New Orleans. 

Saint Louis. 

Philadelphia. 

Washington. 

Boston. 

Galveston. 

Milwaukee. 

Bath, Me. 

Chicago. 

San Francisco. 

Savannah. 

Charleston. 

Peusacola. 

Baltimore. 

Cincinnati. 

Norfolk. 

Wilmington, N. C 

Omaha. 



New York, Conn., and places in New 
Jersey nearest to New York. 



North Carolina. 



42 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Ecuador— Germany. 



Name. 



Title. 



ECUAUOK. 



Se til Bryant 

J. H. Cau.sten 

James Gardette . . . 

N. U. Ansado 

Edward J. Fisher 



FRANCE. 

M. L. de Laforest 

M. Edmoud Breuil . . . 

M. J. Decourt 

M. Grimaud de Caux . 

M. J. M. Perrier 

M. R. d'Elpeux 

M. Fernando Moreno. 



Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul . 
Con.sul 



Consul-General ISTow York 



Antonie Lable 

M. J. Moerenhout 

M. Jules Berton 

M. Amable Geu 

M. Bellaegue de Buglias, 

M. C. Fauconuet 

M. C. Fauconnet 

M. E. Carrey 

M. A. Poiterin 

M. L. Bonnecaze 

M. G. de Sibourg 

M. F. Chastent 

M. Jacob Loeb 

M. Pierre Bettelini 

M. Henri Kescb 

M. Paulin Niboyet 

M. Chevrey Bameau . . 

GEUM.ANY. 

F. Eo.sing 

F.W.Zach 

F.Hinkel 

"W". Dresel 

F.H.Go.ssler 

C.O.Witte 

H. Clausseuius 

A. Seinetke 

Cli. Adae 

F. W. Focknscli 

Th. Schwartz 

L. vou Bauraback 

H.Batjer 

F. Kruttschnitt 

Ch. H. Meyer 

H. Moser 

F. W. Hanewinckel . . 

C. A. Duiscnherg 

F. Eaners 

E.Barth 

F. Willius 



Consul-General 

Vice-consul 

Acting Vice-consul 

Consular Agent 

Vice-consul 

Consular Agent 



Residence. 



Distiict. 



Boston. 
"Washington. 
New Orleans. 
New York. 
Baltimore. 



Consular Agent. . 
Consular Agent. . 
Consular Agent. 
Consular Agent. 

Consul 

Acting Consxxl . . 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consiil 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Acting Consul . . 
Consular Agent. 
Consular Agent. 
Consular Agent. 
Consular Agent. 

Consul 

Consul 



Consul-General . 

Consul 

Vice-consul 

Consul 

Consul 



Consul Charleston. 



Consul 

Consul 

Vice-consul . 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Con»iil 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 

Consul 



San Francisco. 

Baltimore 

Philadelphia . . . 

Newport 

Cincinnati 

Key West 

Norfolk J 

Portland, Oreg. 

Lo.s Angeles "i 

Sacramento > 

Columbia J 

New Orleans. 

New Orleans ") 

Galveston 

Saint Louis } 

Mobile 

Baton Rouge J 

Charleston. 

Savannah 1 

Wilmington ! 

Jacksonville j 

Louisville j 

Chicago. 
Boston. 

New York. 
New York. 
Baltimore. 
New York. 
Boston. 



Under the jurisdiction of the Con- 
sulate General at New York. 



Under the jurisdiction of the Con- 
sulate General at San Francisco. 



Under the jurisdiction of the Con- 
sulate at New Orleans. 



Under the jurisdiction of the Con- 
sulate at Charleston. 



Chicago. 

Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

Galv3ston. 

Louisville. 

Milwaukee. 

Mobile. 

New Orleans. 

Philadelphia. 

Pittsburgh. 

Richmond. 

San Francisco. 

Savannah. 

Saint Louis. 

Saint Paul, Miuu. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Great Britain — Hawaiian Islanth. 



43 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 






■Wilmington, IST. C. 
Key West. 




F. F. Pbilbrieh 






GREAT UUITAIX. 






Arthur T. Lynu 




Galveston. 








Md.,Teun.,Va.,W.Va.,Ky., and Mo. 
















Henry P. AValker 

William T SinitU 






North Carolina and South Carolina. 






Georgia. 


AV H Bennett 




Savannah. 

New Orleans 




A. de G. <le Fonblanque. 


Consul 


Town and district of New Orleans, 






Arkansas and Mississippi. 


E. M. Archibald, C. B . . 


Con.sul-General 


Xew York 


N. Y., Del., N. J., R. L, and Conn. 
















Mass., Vt., and N. II. 


F. TV. Grantham 


Vice-consul 


Boston. 




Henry J. Murray 

Geo. H. Starr 








' Vice-consul 


Portland. 
Philadelphia 




Cbas.E. K.Kortright.. 


Consul 


Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michi- 






Philailclphia. 


gan, Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. 






Cal., Oregon, and Wash. Territory. 


TTilliani Mar-sball 




Richmond, Ya 

Key West. 


Port of Richmond. 


John J. Pbilbrick 


Vice-consul 








Buffalo, N. Y 






Vice-consul 


Alexandria, Va . . . 


Port of Alexandria, Va. 












Vice-con.sul 

Consular Agent 


Saint Louis. 
Xantucket. 




Edw. M. Gardner 












"Wm. K. Hyer 


Vice-consul 


Pensacola. 




James Warrack 


Vice-consul 


Chicago. 




Robert Knight 


Vice-consul 


Cincinnati. 




Robert Ker 


Vice-consul 


Eastport. 








Portland, Oregon. 




GREECE. 








Consul 


Boston. 
New York. 




D. N. Botassi-s 


Consul 




If ichola.s Benachi 


Consul 


New Orleans. 




C.P. Ralli 


Vice-consul 


Saint Louis. 




George Fisher 








GUATEMALA. 








Bartolorafe Blanco 


Consul-General 


Now York 


For the United States. 


L.G.Heck 














Ter., Arizona, Utah, Montana, 


P. Grant 




Boston. 
Pliiladelphia. 
New York. 
San Francisco. 
New Orleans. 


Idaho, and Alaska. 


S.M. Wain 












Juan Urrucla y Palomo 












HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 






Samuel W. F. Gdell . . . . 


Cousul-Gencral 


New York 





44 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
Hayti — Netherlands. 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 






San Erancisco. 
Boston 




Edward M. Brewer 


Consul 


Boston and N. Bedford, Mass., Ports- 


HAYTI. 






mouth, N. H., and Portland, Me. 


Albert Emerson 


Consul 


Bangor. 




B. C. Clark 




Boston. 
New York. 




C. A. Vau Bokelen 






HONDURAS. 






E. George Squier 


Consnl-General 


New York 


New York. 


■William V. Wells 


Consul-General 


California. 








New York. 




ITALY. 






Eerdinando de Luca . . . 


Consul-General 


New York. 




M. Pavlo Bajnotti 

Gustavo M. Finotti 








Consular Agent 


Boston. 




G. B. Cerruti . . . 




San Francisco. 
Philadelphia. 
New Orleans. 
Baltimore. 




Alonzo Viti 


Consular Agent 




G. Galli 






Ernesto do Merolla 


Consular Agent 




Nicola Nicholas 


Consular Agent 


Louisville. 








Memphis. 
Richmond. 




Daniel von Groning 


Consular Agent 








Mobile. . 
Vicksburgh. 




Natale Piazza 


Consular Agent 






Consular Agent 

Consular Agent 






Adalbert Doisy 


Cincinnati. 




Giovanni L. Cella 


Con.sular Agent 


Chicago. 




JAPAN. 












San Francisco. 




LIBERIA. 






John B. Pinney 


Consul-General 


New York 


For the United States. 


MEXICO. 








Juan N. Navarro 


Consul-General 


New York. 




Manuel M. Morales 


Vice-consul 


San Antonio. 




Mariano Samauiego 


Vice-consul 


Franklin, Texas. 








Brownsville, Texas 

Galveston. 

San Francisco. 




Erancisco Gonzalez 






Isaac Eivas 


Consul ad int 








New Orleans. 




MONACO, PRINCIPAL'Y OF. 






Augeste Antoine Jac- 
















NETHEIILANDS. 








Rudolph C. Burlago 


Consul-General 


New York. 




J. E. Zimmerman 


Vice con.sul General. 


New York. 








Noifolk 




0. O'Hara 




Key West. 




J. I. Van "Wanroy 

Amedge ContnriS 






Consul 


New Orleans 


Louisiana and Mississippi. 


Claaa Vocke 




Baltimol-e. 
Keokuk 




Nicholaus Anslyn 


Vice-consul 


Iowa. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



45 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 


J. P. V. Dorselen 




Chicago 


Illinois and Michigan. 








Sau Fianci.sco 

Cincinnati 

Saint Louis 

Wa,shington. 

Boston 

Charleston 

Philadelphia 




G.H.Garlichs 




Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. 










G Lontz 


Consul 


Mass., Maine, N. H., and R. I. 










Peuusylvauia and Delaware. 
Texas. 






NICARAGUA. 


Consul-General 

Consul-General 

Consul 


New York. 
San Francisco. 
Baltimore. 
New Orleans. 
Boston. 
New York. 
San Francisco. 
Philadelphia. 
Chai'leston. 

New York. 

San Francisco. 
New York. 
Lancaster, Ky. 

New York. 
New York. 
Charleston. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Mobile. 




Francisco Herrera 

Basil Wagner 

E G Gomez 




Jorje 0. y Biicelli 
















Henry C. Dallett 

W.P.Hall 






Consul 




rAR.\GUAY. 

Kichard Mullowney 

PERU. 

F. la Fuentc y Subirat. . 
Jose Carlos Tiacy 






Consul-General 

Consul 








I-OUTUGAL. 

A. da C. T.Totto Maior. . 


Consul-General 
































San Francisco. 

Philadelphia 

Baltimore. 
Springfield, HI. 
Bangor. 
New Bedford. 
Boston. 
New Orleans. 
Norfolk. 
New London. 
Savannah. 

Savannah. 

Bo.ston. 

Charleston. 

Baltimore. 

Galveston. 

San Francisco. 






Tice-consul 


Pa., Del., and West Jersey. 


Eobert Lehr 


Joao P. d' Abreu 


Vice-consul 




Thos. J. Stewart 






John F. Tucker 






M. B. de F. Henriques. . 
Antonio J. da Silva 


Consul 




Yice-consul 




Nathaniel Burruss 






Wm. W. Harris 

Henry H. Woodbridge 


Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 




RUSSIA. 
J.E. Wilder 






W. B. Storer 












Augustus Kohler 






Ferdinand Wolff. 






M. Kliukowstritm 


Consul 





' 



46 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Salvador — Sweden and Norway. 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 






New York. 








Pbiladelphia. 








New Orleans. 




A I Kleinbach 




Mobile. 




SALVADOR. 












New York. 




B. J. Doisey 

SPAIN. 




San Erauoi.sco. 














Philadelphia. 




Julian A. Principe 




Philadelpbia. 






Baltimore. 








Boston. 


• 














Norfolk. 


^ 


Eobert H Belts 








Uobert Treadwell . . . 




Portsmouth, N. H. 








New Orleans. 




Ernesto Merle Alvi 


Vice-consul 


New Orleans. 








San Francisco. 




Sr Don H. de TJriarte . . 




New York. 
New York. 




!Ferderioo Granados 


Vice-consul 








Portland, Mo. 




Don Julian Espinos 




Portland, Me. 






Pensacola. 




Don Carlos Le Baron . . . 




Mobile. 




P B Lord 




Wilmington, N. C. 




Manuel Monserrat 


Consul 


Baltimore. 




C. Eafart 




Baltimore. 




SAN DOMNGO. 












New York. 




SWEDEN AND NOllWAY. 












Washinfi^ton, D. C. 








San Francisco. 




H V H Voorliees 




Mobile. 








Chicacco. 








Philadelphia. 










C Bors ... 




New York. 








Saint Paul. 




C Witte 




Charleston. 








Pilch mend. 












C M Hoist 




Savannah. 




H. Stevnsland 


Acting Vice-consul . 


Madison, Wis. 












S. Palm 




Austin. 
Norfolk. 




C. Schwarzkopf 
















Decorali, Iowa. 




G. O'Harra Taaffe 


Vice-consul 


San Francisco. 








Galveston. 




Geo. H. Garlichs 


Vice-consul 


Cincinnati. 





FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Switzerland — Untgnaij. 



47 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 






^Sreniphis. 
Portland, Oregon. 
I'eu.sacola. 
Washington. 
Leaveuw'tb, Kans. 
Gr. Haven, Mich. 
Omaha, Xebr. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Darien, Ga. 
Key West. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Washington 

New York 

New York. 

New Orleans 

Galve-stou. 

Pliiladelphia 

Philadelijhia. 
Highland, Illinois. 

Saint Louis 

Saint Louis. 






Vice-consul 




C. F. Boysen 

Carl F. Cliiuscn 




Vice-consnl 




Carl T. Pagelson 


Vice-consul 




S. Th Bierck 








Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Vice-consul 

Consul-General 

Consul 




I I Philbrick 




E. E. Heide 




SWITZERLAND. 


For the TTuited States. 


L. P. de Luze 


N. Y., N. H., Me., Vt., Mass., R. L, 
and Conn. 






La., Ala., Tenn., Ark., and Miss. 


Henry Rosenberg 








Peunsvlvania and New Jersey. 


P. J. Wildberger 












0. F. Mathey 




Mo., m., Kans., and Nebr. 










Consul 


Mich., Wis., Iowa, Minn., and north 




Charleston 

San Francisco. 


part of Illinois. 
N. C, S. C, Ga., and Florida. 












Wis., Iowa, Minn., and north part of 


Jacques Eietschy 




Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

San Francisco 

Knoxville. 

New York. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Philadelphia. 
Baltimore. 
New Orleans. 
San Francisco. 
Chicago. 

New York. 

San Francisco . . . . 

Philadi-liibia. 


Illinois. 
Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. 




Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. 


Francois Bertou 




Cal., Oregon, Nev., and Wash. Ter. 


Peter Staub 


Consular Agent 

Consul-General 

Consul-General 

Vice-consul 




TURKEY. 




J. lasigi 




Theo. Frothingham 




"William Grange 






John M. Uuger 


Consul 




George W. Gibbs 






William E. Doggett 

USITEO .STATES OF 
COLOMlilA. 

Miguel Salgar 






Consnl-General 




Kicardo Moralls 




Luis de la Cova 






ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF 
UlUCiUAY, (MONTEVI- 
DEO.) 

Edwin C. B. Garcia 


Consul-General 


For the United States. 


C. J. Mansony 




Mobile. 
Charleston. 




G. L. Lowdeu 


Vice-consul 





48 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
Urufjuay — Continued. 



Name. 


Title. 


Residence. 


District. 




B. "W. Frazier 


Vice-consul 


Philadelphia. 
Galveston. 
San Francisco. 
New York. 
Boston and Salem. 
Baltimore. 
New Orleans. 
Savannnh 

Pensacola. 
New York. 


For Satilla Eiver and for all 
in Georgia. 




F. A. Stokes 






T. P. Hamilton 


Consul 




Carlos E. Leland -. 

Charles Soule, jr 


Consul «. . 








A. F. Vails 










ports 


E.C.White 




Alphonse D. Valentin . . 


Vice-consul 





XX.— REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE PRECEDENCE OF DIPLOMATIC 

AGENTS. 

The rules on tlii.s subject, wLicli have been prescribed by tbe Department, are the 
same as those contained in act 17 of the conoress of Vienna, of Jnne 9, 1815, as fol- 
lows: 

In order to jirevent the inconveniences Avhich have frequently occurred, and which 
might again arise, from claims of precedence among different diplomatic agents, the 
plenipotentiaries of the powei's who signed the treaty of Paris have agreed on the 
following articles, and they tliink it their duty to invite the plenipotentiaries of other 
crowned heads to adopt the same regulations : 

Articlk I. Diplomatic agents are divided into three classes : that of ambassadors, 
legates, or nuncios; that of envoys, ministers, or other persons accredited to sover- 
eigns ; that of charges d'affaires accredited to ministers for foreign affairs. 

Art. II. Ambassadors, legates, or nuncios only have the representative character. 

Art. III. Diplomatic agents on an extraordinary mission have not, on that account, 
any superiority of rank. 

Art. IV. Diplomatic agents shall take precedence in their respective classes, accord- 
ing to the date of the official notification of their arrival. The present regulation 
shall not cause any innovation with regard to the representative of the Pope. 

Art. V. A uniform mode shall be determined in each state for the reception of diplo- 
matic agents of each class. 

Art. VI. Relations of consanguinity or of family alliance between courts confer no 
precedence on their diplomatic agents. The same rule also applies to political alli- 
ances. 

Art. VII. In acts or treaties between several powers which grant alternate prece- 
dence, the order which is to be obscrved'in the signatures shall be decided by lot be- 
tween the ministers. 

Art. VIII. It is agreed that ministers resident accredited to them shall form, with 
respect to their precedence, an intermediate class between ministers of the second class 
and charges d'affaires. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 49 



XXL— DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE 
THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION. 



Name. 


Title. 


Country. 


Date ap- 
pointed. 


Remarks. 


Benjamin Franklin . . 






Sept. 26, 1776 
Sept. 26, 1776 
Sept. 26, 1776 
Oct. 22, 1776 








Recalled Nov. 21, '77. 
Could not accept. 








Arthur Lee 


Commissioner 


France 


Benjamin Franklin . . 






Jan 1 1777 








May 1,1777 
May 7,1777 
May 9,1777 
Xov 26 1777 








Tuscany 




















Sec'y to Commissioners. 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Secretary of Legation. .. 
Secretary of Legation. . . 




Nov. 28, 1777 
Sept. 14, 1778 
Oct 26 1778 




Benjamin Franklin . . 
Benjamin Franklin . . 






France 






Sept. 27, 1779 
Sept. 27, 1779 
Sept. 28, 1779 
Sept. 28, 1779 
















Francis Dana 


Great Britain... 


Recommissionod 


Lt. Col. Jno. Laurens . 


Secretary of Legation. . . 




Sept. 28, 1779 
Oct. 26 1779 


June 15, 1781. 


Henry Laurens 


Holland 


Taken prisoner by 
British while on 












Holland 


June 20 1780 


way to his post. 


Col. Jno. Laurens 


Minister to assist 


France 


Dec. 11,1780 










Dec. 19,1780 






Min. to negotiate peace. 
Min. to negotiate peace. 
Min. to negotiate peace. 










June 13, 1781 
June 14, 1781 




Benjamin Franklin . . 


Great Britain. .. 


Commis'dJune 15,'81. 


Henry Laurens 


Min. to negotiate peace. 


Great Britain... 


June 14, 1781 


Commis'd June 15, '81. 
Recalled Apr. 1,'83. 


Thomas Jefferson 


Min. to negotiate peace - 


Great Britain... 


June 14, 1781 


Commis'dJune 15,'81. 


Francis Dana 

Benjamin Franklin . . 


Secretary to Ministers . . 
Minister to negotiate 
•with Sweden. 


Great Britain... 


June 26, 1781 
Sept. 28, 1782 


Recalled Apr. 1, '83. 








John Adams "1 


Ministers to negotiate 


] 






Benjamin Franklin. ! 
John Jay j 

Thomas Jefferson. . J 
Thomas Jefferson 


treaties of commerce 


> Europ'n nations 


May 1,1783 




with European nations 


J 


May 7,1784 
Mar. 10,1785 
Mar 14 1785 




Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 
Secretary of Legation. .. 






John Adams 






John Adams Smith . . 


Great Britain... 


Mar. 14,1785 




Thomas Barclay 


Agent to negotiate with 


Morocco 


Oct 5, 1785 




Thomas Jefferson 


Min. Plenipotentiary 




Oct. 12,1787 


Recommissloned. 









50 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



XXII.— MINISTERS AND CHARGES, D'AFFAIRES OF THE UNITED STATES, 

SINCE MARCH 4, 1789. 

AKGENTINE REPUBLIC, 

Consisting of tlie fourteen following provinces of the Rio de la Plata: Buenos Ayres' 
Entre Rios, Corriontes, Santa F6, Mendoza, San Juan, Catamarca, La Rioja, Cordova, 
Sau Luis, Sautiago, Tucuman, Jujuy, Salta. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Cffisar A. Rodney Del 



John M. Forbes. 



1827 to 1852, Jua7i Manitel de Rosas, 
Dictator. 

Francis Baylies 

H. M. Watterson 

William Brent, jr , 

"William A. Harris 

John S. Pendleton 



1852, Justo Jose de Urquiza, Dictator, 
June 13. 1854, Elected first Presi- 
dent of the confederation March 13. 

James A. Peden 

Benjamin Yancey 

John F. Cushman 



Fla 



Mass 



1860, Santiago Derqui, President, 
March 7. 

Robert M. Palmer 



1862, Bartolome Mitre, President, 
October 23. 

Roberto. Kirk 

Alexander Asboth 

H. G. Worthington 

1868, Domingo Faustina Sarmiento, 
President, elected October 12. 

Robert C. Kirk 

Dexter E. Clapp 



Va. 

Va. 
Va. 



Fla .. 
Ga... 

Miss. 



Pa. 



Ohio . 
Mo .. 

Nev . 



Ohio. 

N. T. 



Min. Plenipotentiary Jan. 27,1823 

Charg6 d' Affaires * June 10, 1824 



Charg6 d'Affaires . 

Special Agent 

Charg6 d'Affaires . 
Charg6 d'Affaires 
Charg6 d'Affaires , 



Minister Resident June 29, 1854 

Minister Resident June 14, 1858 

Minister Resident July 18,1859 



Minister Resident 



Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 



Jan. 3, 1832 
Sept. 26, 1843 
June 14, 1844 
Feb. 19,1846 
Feb. 27,1851 



Minister Resident . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



Mar. 28, 1861 



Mar. 4, 1862 
Mar. 12, 1866 
June 5,1808 



Apr. 16, 1869 
Nov. 4, 1871 



June 10, 1824 
June 14, 1831 



Sept. 3,1832 
Nov. 15,1844 
July 6, 1846 
Sept. 12, 1851 
Mar. 11,1854 



Nov. 30,1858 
Sept. 23, 1859 
Feb. 17,1861 



Apr. 10,1862 



July 26,1866 
Jan. 21,1868 
July 8, 1869 



Nov. 4, 1871 



AUSTRIA. 



1835, Ferdinand I, Emperor, March 2. 

Henry A. Muhlenberg 

J. Randolph Clay 

Daniel Jenifer 

William H. Stiles 



1848, Francis Joseph, Emperor, 
December 2. 

James Watson Webb 



Pa. 
Pa. 
Md 
Ga. 



N. T. 



Charles J. McCurdy | Conn... 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Cliarg6 d'Affaires 



Charg6 d'Affaires . 
Charge d'Affaires . 



Feb. 8, 1838 
Sept. 18, 1840 
Aug. 27, 1841 
Apr. 19,1845 



Nov. 1, 1849 
Sept. 27, 1850 



Sept. 18,1840 

Mar. 17,1842 

July 12,1845 

Oct. 3, 1849 



May 8, 1850 
Nov. 12,1852 



"* Regularly commissioned March 9, 1825. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 51 



Miitisltrs and Charges (VAffabrs since March 4, 1789 — Contiuned. 
AUSTRIA— Coufinuod. 



Kanie. 






Title. 



Duration of service. 



Thoraa.s M. Foote N. Y.... 

Henry K. Jackson Ga 

Do Ga 

George TT. Lippitt E. I 

•J. Glancy Jones Pa 

J. Lothrop Motley Mass 

George "W. Lippitt R. I 

John Hay Ill 

Ilcury M. Watts Pa 

•John Jay N. T.... 

John F. Delaplaine 1 N. T 

Do I N. T. . . . 

Do j N. T.... 

Do i N. T-... 



Charg6 d'Aifaires 

Charge d'Aifaires 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . , 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Chaige d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



Sept. 16, 1852 
May 24, 1853 
Juno 29, 1854 
July 1, 18.58 
Dec. 15,1858 
Aug. 10, 1861 
June 15, 1867 
Aug. 20, 1867 
July 25, 1868 
Apr. 13,1809 
Mar. 5, 1870 
Apr. 26, 1870 
June 1,1871 
July 26, 1871 



May 
Sept. 
July 
Feb. 
IKov. 
June 
Aug. 
Sept. 
June 



21. 1853 

28. 1854 

1. 1858 

2. 1859 
14, 1861 
15, 1867 

20. 1867 

30. 1868 
1, 1809 



Mar. 20,1870 
June 1, 1870 
June 22, 1871 
Aug. 31, 1871 



BATAVIAN REPUBLIC. (See Xetherlands.) 



"William A'aus Murray . 



Md 



Minister Resident 



Mar. 2, 1797 | Sept. 1, 1801 



BELGIUM. 



1830, Prnvisional government. 1831, 
Leopold I, Kinrf, July 21. 

Hugh S. Legar6 

Virgil Maxcy 

Henry W. UiUiard 

Thomas G. Clenison 

Richard H. Bayard 

J. J. Seibcls 

Do 

Elisha T. Fair , 



1805, Leopold II, Kinj, December 10. 

Henry S. Sanford 

Aaron Goodrich 

Do 

Do 

J. Russell Jones 



S. C. 
Md . 
Ala. 
Pa.. 
Del . 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 



Conn... 
Minn . . 
Minn . . 
Minn .. 



Charge d 
Charg6 d 
Charge d 
Charge d 
Charge d 
Charge d 
Minister 
Minister 



'Affaires . 
Affaires . 
Affaires . 
'Affaires . 
'Affaires . 
'Affaires . 
Resident 
Resident 



Minister Resident 

Charg-6 d'Affaires ad i)i<. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



Ill Minister Resident 



Apr. 


14 


1832 


June 16 


1837 


May 


12 


1842 


June 17, 1844 


Dec. 


10 


1850 


May 


24 


1853 


June 29 


18.54 


June 14 


1858 


Mar. 


20, 


1861 


Mar. 


12, 


1802 


Feb. 


9, 


1804 


Oct. 


26, 


1807 


June 


1, 


1809 



Jane 9,1836 
Sept. 16, 1842 
Aug. 15, 1844 
Mar. 1, 1851 
Sept. 12, 1853 
Aug. C, 1854 
June 11, 1857 
May 8, 1861 

July 21,1869 
Aug. 23, 1862 
Juno 25, 1864 
Mar. 11,1868 



BOLIVIA. 



1844, Jose BalUvian, President, 
August 15. 

John Applcton 


Mo 

Miss 

Miss . . . 
Mo 


■ 

Charge d'Affaires 

ChargS d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 


Mar. 30, 1848 
May 29, 1849 

Feb. 10,1852 
Aug. 26, 1853 


May 4, 1849 
July —,1851 

Jan. —,1854 


Alexander K. McClung 


1850, Ma7iuel Isidore Belzu, August 15. 
Horace H. Miller 


John W. Dana 


Sept. 24, 1854 



52 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charge's d' Affaires since March i, 1789 — Continued. 
BOLIVIA— Continued. 



Name. 


1 » 

o a, 


Title. 


Duration of service. 


1855, Jorje Cordova, President, August 
18. 1857, Jose Maria Lenares, Pro- 
visional President, December 26. 

John W. Dana 


Me 

Conn 

Ohio .... 

Tenn.... 
Ohio .... 

Ohio . . 


Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 


June 29, 1854 
June 14, 1858 

Mar. 27, 1861 

Apr. 21, 1863 
June 18, 1868 

Apr. 16,1869 


Mar. 10,1859 
Feb 22 1861 




1861, Jose Maria de Acha, Provisional 
President, May 25. 1862, Jose Maria 
de Acha, President, August 16. 

David K. Cartter 


Mar. 10,1863 


1864, Mariano Melgarejo, Provisional 
President. 

Allen A. HaU 


May 18,1867 
July 25,1869 


John W. Caldwell 


1871, Agustin Morales, Provisional 
President, January 21. 









BRAZIL. 



1808, John IT, Regent. 

Thomas Sumter, jr 

John Graham 

John J. Appleton 

1821, Pedro I, Regent. 1822, Pro- 
claimed Emperor. 

Condy Eaguet 

"William Tudor 



1831, Pedro II, Emperor under a re- 
gency, April 7. 

Ethan A. Brown 



1841, Pedro II, assumed the govern- 
ment July 18. 

William Hunter 

William Hunter 

George H. Proflit 

Henry A. Wise 

David Tod 

Robert C. Schenck 

Ferdinand Coxo 

William Trousdale 

Richard K. Meade 

James Watson Webb 

William V. V. Lidgerwood 

Do 

Henry T.Blow 



S. C. 
Va... 
Mass. 



Pa 

Mass... 



Ohio. 



R. I.. 
R. I.. 
Ind . . 
Va... 
Ohio . 
Ohio . 
Pa... 
Tenn. 
Va... 
N.T. 



Mo 



Min. Plenipotentiary. . . . 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charge d' Affaires ad int. 



Charg6 d' Affaires , 

Charge d' Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
En. Ex. and Miu. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Chargg d'Affaires ad int 
Charg§ d'Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



Mar. 7,1809 
Jan. 6, 1819 
June 10, 1820 



Mar. 9,1825 
June 26, 1827 



May 26,1830 



June 28, 1834 
Sept. 13, 1841 
June 7,1843 
Feb. 8, 1844 
Mar. 3,1847 
Mar. 12, 1851 
May 12, 1853 
May 24, 1853 
July 27, 1857 
May 31, 1861 
Oct. 10,1865 
Nov. 23, 1868 
May 1,1869 



July 24,1819 
July 31,1820 
, 1821 



Apr. 
Mar. 



7, 1827 
9, 1830 



Apr. 11,1834 



Jan. 
Dec. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

July 

May 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 



1, 1843 

9, 1843 

10, 1844 

12, 1847 

9, 1851 

8, 1853 

15, 1853 

5, 1857 

9, 1861 

26, 1869 

1, 1866 

20, 1869 

11, 1871 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 53 



Ministers and Charges cV Affaires since Alarch 4, 1789 — Contiuued. 
BRAZIL— Uontiuued. 



Name. 



Eobert Clinton "Wright . 

James R. Partridge 

Kicliard Cutts Shannon. 



Md 

Me. 



Title. 



Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Sec'y of Legation and 
Charge d' Affaires. 



Duration of service. 



Nov. 5, 1S70 
May 23,1871 
July 18, 187-2 



July 24,1871 



CENTRAL AMERICA. 



John "Williams 

"William B. Roehe.ster , 

James Shannon * 

Charles G.De "tt^itt ... 
William S. ^lurphy . . . 




Chargg d' Affaires. 
Charge d' Affaires. 
Charge d' Affaires. 
Charge d' Affaires. 



Dec. 29,18-25 
Mar. 3, 1827 
Feb. 9, 1832 
Jan. 29,1833 



Dec. 1, 1826 
May 17,1828 



Apr. — , 1839 



Special diplomatic agent. July 28, 1841 Mar. 30, 1842 



CHILL 



Heman Allen ... 
Samuel Larned . 

John Hamm 

Richard Pollard. 



1841, Manuel Bidnes, President, Sep- 
tember 30. 

John S. Pendleton 



1846, Manuel Bulnes, re-elected Sep- 
tember 23. 

"William Crump 

Seth Barton 



1851, Manuel Month, President, Octo- 
tober 22. 

Balie Peyton 



1856, Manuel Month, re-elected Septem- 
ber 29. 

David A. Starkweather 

Frederick A. Beelen 



1861, Jose Joaquin Perez, President, 
September 24. 

John Bigler 

Thomas H. Nelson 



18C6, Jose Joaquin Perez, re-elected 
October 1. 

Judson Kilpa trick 

A. "\V. Clark 

John C. Caldwell 



1871, Fcderico Errazuriz, President, 

September 18. 
Joseph P. Root 



Vt.. 
R. I. 
Del . 
Va.. 



Ya. 



Va. 
La . 



Ohio ... 
Pa 



Cal 
Ind 



N. J.. 



Mo. 



Min. Plenipotentiary. 
Charg6 d'Affaires. ... 
Charge d'Affaires ... 
Charge d'Affaires 



Charg6 d'Affaires. 



Charg6 d'Affaires. 
Charge d'Affaires. 



Kan 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad i7it. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'AfRiiros ad int 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . Sept. 15, 1870 



Jan. 27,18-23 
July 31, 18-27 
May 26, 1830 
June 28, 1834 



Aug. 16, 1841 



Apr. 10,1844 
May 27,1847 



July 31,1827 
Oct. 15, 1829 
Nov. 23,1833 
May 12,1842 



June —,1844 



Nov. 1, 1847 
May 22,1849 



Aug. 9, 1849 Sept. -, 1853 



June 29, 1854 
Aug. 26, 1857 



Apr. 2,1857 
Juno 1, 1861 



Nov. 11, 1865 
Aug. 15, 1868 
Aug. 1,1870 



Aug. 26,1857 
Oct. 5, 1857 



Oct. 3, 1861 
Mar. 12,1866 



Aug. 1,1870 
Juno 1,1869 
Dec. 2, 1870 



■ Died before reaching his post. 



t Regularly commissioned February 29, 1828. 



54 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges cV Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Coutiuued. 
CHINA. 



Name. 



1821, Tao-kwang, Emperor. 
Caleb Cushinff 



Alexander H. Everett 

Commodore James Biddle. 

Peter Parker 

Do 



1850, Hien-fung, Emperor, February ^5. 

John "W. Davis 

Peter Parker 

Humphrey Marshall 

Peter Parker 

Eobert M. McLane 

Peter Parker 

Commodore Joel Abbott 

S. Wells Williams 

Peter Parker 

S. "Wells Williams 

William B. Eeed 

S. Wells Williams 

John E. Ward 

Commodore C. K. Stribbling 

S. Wells Williams 



1801, Tung-chi, Emperor, August 22. 

Anson Burlingame 

S. Wells Williams 

Do 

J. Eoss Browne 

S. Wels Williams 

Prederick F. Low 



Mass. 
Mass. 



Pa, 
Pa. 



lud . 

Pa., 

Ky., 

Pa.. 

Md 

Pa.. 



China . 
Mass. . 
China . 
Pa.... 
China. 
Ga.... 



China. 



Mass. 
China 
China 
Cal . . 
China 
Cal . . 



Title. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
and Commissioner. 

Commissioner 

Acting Commissioner . . 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 
Chars6 d' Affaires ad int 



Commissioner 

Charg6 d' Affaires ad int. 

Commissioner 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

Commissioner. 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 

Commissioner 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Ex. En. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'.A ffaires «(? int. 
Ex. En. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg§ d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad! int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plea. .. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Duration of service. 



May 


8 


1843 


Mar. 


13 


1845 


Aug 


8 


1845 


Apr. 


13 


1346 


June 29, 1847 


Jan. 


3 


1848 


May 


25 


1850 


Aug. 


4 


1852 


Jan. 


25 


1854 


Oct. 


18 


1853 


Dec. 


12 


1854 


May 


10, 


1855 


Sept 


24 


1855 


Aug. 


16, 


1855 


Aug. 


25, 1857 j 


Apr. 


18, 


18.57 


Dec. 


8, 


1858 


Dec. 


15, 


1858 


Dec. 


15, 


1860 


Oct. 


1, 


1861 


June 14, 1861 


May 


6, 


1865 


Nov. 


21, 


1867 


Mar. 


11, 


1868 


July 


5, 


1869 


Sept. 


28, 1869 



Mar. 13,1845 

June 29, 1847 
Apr. 13,1846 
Oct. 5, 1846 
Aug. 21, 1848 



May 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
May 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
May 
Dec. 
July 
Oct. 



25, 1850 

22. 1853 

25. 1854 
14, 1854 

12. 1854 

10. 1855 
24, 1855 
19, 1850 
25, 1857 
16, 1857 

8, 1858 

18. 1859 

15. 1860 

23. 1861 
24, 1861 



Nov. 21,1867 
Sept. 19,1866 
Sept. 29,1868 
July 5, 1869 
Apr. 20, 1870 



COLOMBIA, UNITED STATES OF. 



Eichard C. Anderson 

Beaufort T. Watts ... 

Do 



Eichard C. Anderson 
John Sargent 



William H. Harrison. . 

Thomas P. Moore 

•L C.Pickett '. ... 

Eobert B. McAfee 

James Semple 

William M. Blackford. 
Benjamin A. Bidlaok. . 
Thomas M. Footo 




Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

Charge d'Affaires 

JointEn.E. &M. P. to"! 
theassemblyof Amer. ^ 
nations at Panama. J 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

En. E.x. and Miu. Plen . . . 

Charge d'Affaires ad int. 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affiiiros 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 



Jan. 


27, 1823 


Mar. 


26, 1825 


*Junc 


7, 1826 


Mar. 


14, 1826 


Mar. 


14, 1826 


May 


24, 1828 


Mar. 


13, 1829 


Apr. 


16, 1833 


Feb. 


9, 1833 


Oct. 


14, 1837 


Fob. 


10, 1842 


May 


14, 1845 


May 


29, 1849 



Aug. — , 1826 
Jan. 26, 1826 
Aug. 8, 1828 



Aug. 



, 1826 



Sept. 26, 
Apr. 16, 
July 1, 
June 20, 
Feb. 1, 
Dec. 24, 
Feb. 6, 
Dec. 31, 



1829 
1833 
1833 

1837 
1841 
1845 
1849 
1850 



'Eegularly commissioned March 3, 1827. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 55 



Miinstcrs aiul Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789— Contiuued. 
COLOMBIA, UNITED STATES OF— Continued. 



Xame. 



yj 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Telvorton P. King 

James S. Green 

Do 

James B. Bo.wlin 

George W. Jones 

18G3, T. C. ilosquera. President, Feb- 
ruary 4. 1866, He-elected President 
of the United States of Colombia, 
May 20. 1867, Deposed, May — . 

Allan A. Burton 

1867, Santos Acosta, President, ad int., 
May 23. 1868, Santos Gutierrez, 
President, April 3. 1872, Manuel 
Murillo, President, April 1. 

Peter J. Sullivan 

Stephen A. Hurlbut 



N. Y.. 
Mo ... 
Mo ... 
Mo ... 
Iowa.. 



Ky 



Charge d'Aflfaires 
Charg6 d'Affaires 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 



Minister Resident. 



Ohio . . . , 
111 



Minister Resident. 
Minister Resident. 



Mar. 


12, 1851 


May 24, 1853 


Juno 20, 1854 


Dec. 


13, 1854 


Mar. 


8, 1859 


May 


29, 1861 


Mar. 


19, 1867 


Apr. 


22, 1869 



Apr. —,1853 
June 29, 1854 
Dec. 11,1854 
Sept. 12,1857 
Nov. 4, 1801 



Feb. 14,1867 



June 30, 1869 



COSTA RICA. 



1853, Juan Rafael Mora, President, 
May 10. 

Solon Borland 

Miraboau B. Lamar 



1859, Juan Rafael Mora, re-elected, 
May 8, 1860, Juan Maria Monte- 
alegre, President, April 30. 

Alexander Dimitry 

1863, Jestis Jimenez, President, May 8. 
1866, Jose Maria Castro, President, 
May 10. 

Charles N. Riottc 

Albert G. Lawrence 

A. Morrell 



Ark 
Tex. 



La . 



Tex. 
R. I. 



1868, Jestis Jimenez, President. 1870, 
Tomas G-uardia, President, Aug. 10. 

Jacob B. Blair 

Addison ]SI. Baily 



W. Va . 



Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
Minister Resident 



Minister Resident. 



Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charso d'Affaires ad int. 



Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires ad int. 



Apr. 


18 


1853 


Jan. 


20 


1858 


Aug. 


15 


1859 


Juno 


8, 


1861 


Oct. 


2 


1866 


July 


27, 


1867 


July 


25, 


1868 


May 


31, 


1869 



June 22, 1854 
May 20,1859 



Apr. 27,1861 



Jan. 18,1867 
Juno — , 1868 
June — , 1868 



Oct. 18, 1869 



DENMARK. 



1808, Frederick VI, King. 

George W. Erving 

Henry "Wheaton 

1839, ChristianVIII, King, December 3 

Jonathan F. AVoodside 



Ma.ss 

N. T.... 



Special Minister . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires . 



Ohio Charge d' Afliiires . 



Jan. 5, 1811 
Mar. 3,1827 

Mar. 3,1835 



May 26,1812 
May 29,1835 

Juno 29, 1841 



56 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
DENMARK— Continued. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Isaac Eand Jackson 

"William "W. Irwin 

1848, Frederic Til, King, January 20. 

Kobert P. rienniken 

Walter Forward 

Miller Grieve 

Henry Bedinger 

Do 

James M. Buchanan 

1863, Christian IX, King, November 15 

Bradford K. "Wood 

George H. Teaman 

M. J. Cramer 



Pa.... 
Pa.... 

Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Va.... 
Va.... 
Md . . . 

N. T.. 
Ky... 
Ky... 



Chargg d' Affaires 
Charg6 d'Affaires 

Cbarg6 d'Affaires 
Cliarg6 d'Aftaires 
Charg6 d'Affaires 
Cliarg6 d'Afiaires 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 



May 20,1841 
Mar. 3, 1843 



Jan. 11,1847 
Nov. 8,1849 
Aug. 30, 1852 
May 24, 1853 
June 29, 1854 
May 11,1858 



Mar. 22, 1861 
Aug. 25, 1865 
Sept. 9,1870 



July 27,1842 
June 13, 1847 

Sept. 15, 1849 






— , 1853 


Sept. 


23, 1854 


Aug. 


10, 1858 


Apr. 


— , 1861 


Nov. 


20, 1865 


Nov. 


7, 1870 



ECUADOR. 



1845, Yincente Ramon Boca, President, 
December 10. 

Vanbrugh Livingston 

John T. "Van Alen 

Courtland Cusbing 

1851, Diego Noboa, President, Febru- 
ary 25. 1852, Jose Maria Urbina, 
President, September 7. 

Philo White 



1856, Francisco Babies, President, 
October 16. 

Philo White 



1861, Gabriel Garcia Mareno, Presi- 
dent, April 4. 

Charles R. Buckalew 



1865, Jeronimo Oarrion, President, 
October 7. 

Frederick Hassaurek 

L. V. Prevost 

William T. Coggeshall .■ 



1868, Xavier Espinosa, President, Jan- 

uary 28. 

1869, Gabriel Garcia Moreno, Presi- 

dent. 

E. Rumsey Wing 



N. T. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N.T. 



N. Y... 



Pa. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ky 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident , 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires ad int 
Minister Resident 



Minister Resident. 



Apr. 10, 1848 
June 5,1849 
Sept. 28, 1850 



July 18, 1853 



June 29, 1854 



June 14, 1858 



Mar. 27, 1861 
Dec. 15, 1865 



Nov. 19, 1849 
July — , 1850 
Oct. 12,1853 



Sept. 2,1854 



Sept. 14,1858 



July 10,1861 



Dec. 15,1865 
Aug. 4,1866 



May 4,1866 Aug. 3,1867 



Nov. 16, 1869 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 57 



Ministers and Charge's cV Affaires since March 4, 1789— Coiitiuued. 
PRAXCE. 



Name. 




Duration of service. 



17T4, Louis 'KYI, King. 

William Short 

1792, Convention. 
Gouvernour Morris 

1794, Directory. 

James Monroe 

Charles C. Piuckney 

Do 

John Marshall 

Elbridge Gerry 

1799, Consulate. 

Oliver Ellsworth 

"William Vans Murray 

William E. Davie 

James A. Bayard 

Kobert R. Livingston 

James Monroe 

Robert R. Livingston 



1804, Napoleon I, Emperor. 

John Armstrong 

Jonathan Russell 

Joel Barlow 



1814, Louis XVIII, King, Maij 3. 

William H. Crawford 

Henry Jackson 

Albert Gallatin 

Daniel Sheldon 

Do 

Do 



1824, Charles X, King of France, Sep- 
tember 16. 

James Brown 

John Adams Smith 



1830, Louis Philippe, King of the 
French, August 7. 

William C. Rives 

Nathaniel Nlles 

Leavitt Harris , 

Edward Livingston 

Thomas P. Barton 

Do 

Do 

Lewis Ca.s3 

Charles E. Anderson 



Va. 



Chars6 d'Aflfaires. 



N. T... 



Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 



Va Min. Plenipotentiary. .. 

S. C Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 

S.C... 
Va.... 



Mass 



:1 



Conn . 1 
Md ... |. 
N.C ..J 

Del 

N. T.... 
Va.. 
N. Y 



N. T. 

R. I.. 

Conn 



Joint Envoys Ex. and 



Ga. 



Pa. 



Va. 



Va. 



Pa. 
La. 



Ohio . . . 



Ministers Plen. 



Joint Envoys Ex. and 
Ministers Plen. 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Joint Ministers Plen 



Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 
Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'Affaires adint 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . , 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



En. Ex. 

Charg6 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Charg6 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 



and Min. Plen... 
d'Affaires ad int 

d'Affaires , 

and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires adint 
d'Aflaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen... 
d'Affaires ad int. 



■Sept. 26, 1789 



Jan. 12,1792 



May 
Sept. 
June 
June 
July 



28, 1794 

9. 1796 

5. 1797 
5, 1797 

22, 1797 



Feb. 26,1799 
Feb. 26,1799 
June 1, 1799 
Feb. 19,1801 
Oct. 2, 1801 

Jan. 12,1803 



June 30, 1804 
Sept. 10,1810 
Feb. 27,1811 



Apr. 9, 1813 
Apr. 22, 1815 
Feb. 28,1815 
July 18, 1817 
Aug. 12, 1818 
May 16, 1823 



Dec. 9, 1823 
July 1,1829 



Apr. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

May 

May 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Apr. 



18, 1829 

27. 1832 
6, 1833 

29. 1833 

11. 1834 

10. 1834 

28. 1835 
4, 1836 
3,1837 



May 15,1792 
Aug. 15,1794 
Dec. 9, 1796 



Sept. 10, 1810 
Sept. 19, 1811 
Dec. 26,1812 



Apr. 22,1815 
Aug. 9, 1816 
May 16,1823 
Oct. 6, 1817 
Oct. 27,1818 
Mar. 30,1824 



July 
Oct. 



1, 1829 
1,1829 



Sept. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



27. 1832 

19. 1833 

20. 1833 
28, 1835 
11,1834 

12. 1834 
8, 1835 

12, 1842 
29,.1837 



* Regularly commissioned April 20, 1790. 



58 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Mi)usiers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
FEANCE— Continued. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Henry Ledy.ard . . 
"William E.King. 

J.L.Martin 

Do 



Ala ... 



1848, Hepublic, February 24; Louis 
Napoleon, President, December 20. 

Eicliard Eush 



Pa. 



1852, Napoleon IIT, Emperor of the 
French, December^. 

"William C. Eives 

Henry S. Sanford 

John T. Mason 

Doun Piatt 

"W. E. Calhoun 

Charles J. Faulkner 

"William L. Dayton 

John Bigelow 

Do 

John Hay , 

John A. Dix 

"Wickham Hofiiaan 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Va... 
Conn. 
Va... 



S.C.. 
Va... 
N". J . 
N. T. 
N. Y. 
111... 
N. T. 
La... 
La... 
La — 
La... 



1870, Adolphe Thiers, President, Au- 
gust 30. Provisional Government 
of National Defense, September 4. 

Elihu B. Washburne 

"Wickham Hofiman 

Do 

Do 



ni . 

La . 
La 

La . 



Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d' Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Eu. E.1!:. 
Charge 
Chargg 
Charge 
Charge 



and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affiiires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
and Min. Plen. . . 
d'Afiaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. . . 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int 
d' Affaires ad int 
d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 



Nov. 


12, 1842 


Apr. 


9, 


1844 


July 


4, 


1845 


Sept. 


15, 


1846 


Mar. 


3, 


1847 


July 


20, 


1849 


May 


14 


1853 


Oct. 


10 


1853 


Jan. 


17 


1855 


Oct. 


3, 


1859 


Jan. 


16, 


1860 


Mar. 


18 


1861 


Dec. 


21, 


1864 


Mar. 


15 


1865 


Aug. 


8 


1866 


Sept. 


24 


1866 


Aug. 


28 


1867 


Nov. 


1 


1867 


Jiily 


2 


1868 


Aug 


22 


1868 


Mar. 


17 


1869 


June 29 


1869 


July 


2, 1870 


July 


2 


1871 



June 10, 1844 
Sept. 15, 1846 
Oct. 14, 1845 
July 24,1847 



Oct. 8, 1849 



May 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

May 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

July 

Sept. 



14. 1853 

10. 1854 
3, 1859 

30. 1855 

28. 1860 

12. 1861 

1. 1864 

5. 1865 

23. 1866 
7,1866 

23, 1869 

20. 1867 

19. 1867 

14. 1868 
4, 1868 



Aug. 23, 1869 
July 18,1870 
Aug. 28, 1871 



GEEMANT. 



1871,TFiKiam I, Emperor, January 18. 
George Bancroft 



N. T... 



En.Ex. and Min. Plen... May 31,1871 



GEEMANT, FEDEEAL GOVEENMENT OF. 



1848, Archduke John, Provisional Ad- 
ministrator of the German Empire. 

Andrew J. Donelson 




En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Aug. 9,1848 



Nov. 2, 1849 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 59 



Jiltnislcrs and Charges iV Affaires since Ma)xh 4, 1789 — Contiuued. 
GREAT BRITAIN-. 



Xame. 



Va- 



1760, George III, King. 

Thomas Pinckney S. C . 

John Jay X. T. 

RufusKiiig N. T.. 

Christopher Gore 

James Monroe 

TVilliam Pinkney lid . . 

James Monroe ' Va . . . 

"William Pinkney Md . . 

John Spear Smith 

Jonathan Russell R. I . . 

John Qiiincy Adams Mass . 

James A. Bayard Del . . 

John Quincy Adams Mass . 

James A. Bayard Del . . 

Henry Clay Ky 

Jonathan Russell R. I. 

Albert Gallatin Pa . 

John Quincy Adams Mass. 

John Adams Smith 



1820, George IV, King. 

Richard Rush 

John Adams Smith 

Rufus King 

John A. King 

Albert Gallatin 

■William B. Lawrence 

James Barbour 

1830, TrUliam IV, King. 

Louis McLano 

"Washington Irving 

Martin "Van Buren 

Aaron "Vail 



1837, Victoria I, Queen, June 20. 

Andrew Stevenson 

Edward Everett 

Louis McLane 

J. McHenry Boyd 

George Bancroft 

J. C. Bancroft Davis 

Abbott Lawrence 

J. C. Bancroft Davis 

Do 

Joseph R. IngersoU 

James Buchanan 

George M. Dallas 

Charles Francis Adams 



Pa. 



N. T. 
K T. 
Pa... 
R. I.. 
Va... 



Del .. 
N. T. 
N. T. 
X. Y. 



Va 

Mass . . 
Md . . . . 

N. t:.. 

N. Y... 

Mass . . 
Mass . . 
Mass . . 
Mass . . 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Mass . . 



Title. 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Envoy Extraordinary . . . 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

ChargiS d' Affaires ad int. 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Joint Corns. Plon. and e 

Extraordinary. ( 

Charge d'Atfaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Joint Envoys Ex. and i 

Min. Plen. I 

( 



Duration of service. 



Joint M. Plen. and Ex. > 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Eu. E.x. and Min. Plon. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charge d'Affaires «d int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires 



Jan. 
Apr. 
May 
Aug. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
jSTov. 
Apr. 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
May 



12, 1792 
19, 1794 
20, 1796 

10. 1802 

18. 1803 
12, 1806 
12, 1806 
12, 1806 
10,1811 
14,1811 
17, 1813 

19. 1813 
18,1814 

18. 1814 
18,1814 

18. 1814 
9,1814 

28. 1815 
10, 1817 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen .. . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charg6 d'Aflaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Afliiiresad int. 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen .. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and ^[in. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plon... 



Oct. —,1817 

May 13,1825 

May 5, 1825 
June 16, 1826 

May 10,1826 

Oct. 4, 1827 

May 23, 1828 



Apr. 18, 1829 
Juno 17, 1831 
Aug. 1,1831 
*Mar. 30, 1832 



Mar. 16,1836 
Sept. 13, 1841 
Juno 16, 1845 
Aug. 18, 1846 
Sept. 9,1846 
Aug. 31,1849 
Aug. 20, 1849 
Sept. 11, 1851 
Jan. 16,1852 
Aug. 21, 18.52 
Apr. 11,1853 
Feb. 4, 1850 
Mar. 20, 1801 



July 
Apr. 
May 
Nov. 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 
May 
No^. 
Sept. 



28, 1796 
8, 1795 

18, 1803 

26, 1802 
6, 1807 

10, 1811 
6, 1807 

10, 1811 

14. 1811 

19. 1812 



May 16,1817 
Dec. 22, 1817 

May 13,1825 

Nov. 14, 1825 

Juno 16, 1826 

Aug. 8, 1826 

Oct. 4, 1827 

Sept. 2, 1828 

Sept. 23,1829 

June 17, 1831 
Sept. 21, 1831 
Mar. 30,1832 
July 13,1836 



Oct. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

May 

May 



21, 1841 

8. 1845 
18, 1846 

1. 1846 
31, 1849 
10, 1849 
— , 1852 

22. 1851 

18. 1852 

23. 1853 
15, 1857 
10, 1861 
13, 1868 



* Regularly commissioned July 13, 1832. 



60 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges de Affaires since March 4, 1780 — Continued. 
GEEAT BPaTAIN— Continued. 



Name. 



03 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Benjamin Moian.. 

Do 

Do 

Keverdy Jolinson . 
Benjamin Moran.. 
J. Lothrop Motley 
Benjamin Moran.. 
Eobert C. Schenck 
Benjamin Moran . . 



Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Md 

Pa 

Mass - . . 

Pa 

Ohio . . . . 
Pa 



Charg6 
Charg6 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 



d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Aifaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen... 
d'Aifaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen... 
d'Affaires ad int. 



Aug. 
Sept. 
May 
June 
May 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 



10. 1865 

25. 1866 
13, 1868 

12. 1868 
13, 1869 

13. 1869 
6, 1870 

22. 1870 

14. 1871 



Sept. 5, 1865 
Nov. 23,1866 
Aug. 18,1868 
May 13,1869 
June 2,1869 
Dec. 6, 1870 
June 5,1871 



Sept. 23, 1871 



GREECE. 



1863, George I, King October 31. 
Charles K. Tuckerman 


N. T.... 
N. T.... 


Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 


Mar. 11, 1868 
May 15, 1871 


Nov. 


4, 1871 











GUATEMALA. 



John 'Williams 

"William B. Rochester 

Charles G. De Witt 

"William S. Murphy 

Elijah Hise 

E. George Squier 

1851, Rafael Carrera, President No- 
vember 7. 

Solon Borland 

John L. Mai-ling 

"William E. Vonable 

Beverly L. Clarke 

Elisha O. Crosby 

1865, Yincente Cerna, President, May2i 

Fitz Henry "Warren 

1871, Miguel Garcia Granados, Presi- 
dent, July 1. 

Silas A. Hudson 



Tenn 
N. T. 
N. T. 



Ky.. 

N. Y. 



Ark . 
Tenn 
Tenn 
Ky .. 
N. T. 



Iowa. 



Iowa. 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Special Dip. Agent 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Chargi d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Res. . 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 



Dec. 


29, 1825 


Mar. 


3, 1827 


Jan. 


29, 1833 


July 


28, 1841 


Mar. 


31, 1848 


Apr. 


2, 1849 


Apr. 


18, 1853 


Aug. 


2, 1854 


Mar. 


14, 1857 


Jan. 


7, 1858 


Mar. 


22, 1861 


Aug 


12, 1865 


Apr. 


22, 1869 



Dec. 1, 1826 
May 17,1828 
Apr. — , 1839 
Mar. 30,1842 
June 18, 1849 
Sept. 13,1850 



June 22, 1854 
Oct. 2, 1856 
Aug. 22, 1857 
Mar. 17,1860 
June 22, 1864 



Aug. 11, 1869 



HAWAII. 



1843, Kamehameha III, King. 

George Brown 

Anthony Ten Eyck 

Charles Eames 

Luther Severance 



Mass 

Mich 

N.T.... 
Me 



Commissioner 
Commissioner 
Commissioner 
Commissioner 



Mar. 


3, 


1843 


Apr. 


19 


1845 


Jan. 


12 


1849 


Juno 


7 


1850 



June 20, 1846 
Dec. 31,1849 
Oct. 22,1849 
Dec. 20,1853 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 61 



Ministers and Chargh d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
HATT All— Continued. 



Name. 



1854, Kamehameha IV, King, October. 

David L. Gregg 

James W. Borden 

Thomas J. Dryer 

1863, KamchamehaV, King, November. 

James McBride 

Edward M. McCook 

Elias Perkins 

Henry A. Peirce 



Ill .. 

Ind 

Cal 



Oregon . 
Col ... . 



Mass. 



Title. 



Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Mini.ster Resident . . . 
Minister Resident ... 
Charge dAflaires ad int. 
Minister Resident ... 



Duration of service. 



July 


6, 1853 


Jan. 


11, 1858 


Mar. 


26, 1861 


Mar. 


9, 1863 


Mar. 


21,1866 


Dec. 


5, 1868 


May 


10, 1869 



May 25,1858 
June 15, 1861 
June 20, 1863 



July 27,1866 
Apr. 15,1869 
July 19,1869 



HATTI. 



1858, Fabre Oeffard, President, Febru- 
ary ^2; Sylcain Sulnave, President. 
1862, Yictoriano Oantellanos, Presi- 
dent. 

Benjamin F. 'Whidden 

H. E. Peck 

Do 



1867, Sylvain Salnave, President. 

Gideon H. Hollister 

1869, General Xissage Saget, Provis- 
ional President, December. 1870, 
President, May 15. 

Ebenezer D. Bassett 



N. H Cora, and Con. Gen 

Ohio Com. and Con. Gen 

Ohio Min. Res. and Con. Gen. 

Conn Min. Res. and Con. Gen . 



Pa Min. Res. and Con. Gen. 



July 


12, 1862 


Mar. 


14, 1865 


Aug. 


6, 1866 


Feb. 


5, 1868 


Apr. 


16, 1869 



Feb. 23,1865 
Oct. 11, 1866 
June 9,1867 

Sept. 8,1869 



HONDURAS. 



Solon Borland 

1855, Dantas Guardiola, President. 
1860, He-elected February 1. 

Beverly L. Clarke 

1862, Yictoriano Gastellanos, President, 

January 11. 

James E. Partridge 

1863, Josi F. Mantes, Provisional Pres- 
ident. 186-1, Jose Maria Medina, 
President, elected February. 1866, 
Ee-electcd February. 

Thomas H. Clay 

1869, Jose Maria Medina, re-elected. 

Richard H. Eosseau 

Henry Baxter 



En. Ex. and Miu. Plen. 



Minister Resident 



Minister Resident 



Minister Resident 



Mini.ster Resident - 
Minister Resident , 



Apr. 


18, 1853 


Jan. 


14, 1858 


Feb. 


10, 1862 


Apr. 


16, 1863 


May 


14, 1866 


Apr. 


21, 1869 



June 22, 1854 



Mar. 17,1860 



June 6, 1863 



Aug. 15, 1666 



June — , 1869 



62 



EEGISTEK OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Minislers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Coutiuued. 
ITALY. 



Name. 


O 


02 


'S 


Title. 


Duration of service. 


1861, Victor Emanuel II, King, 
March 17. 

George P. Marsh 


Vt 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 


En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Atfaires ad int. 


Mar. 20, 18G1 
July 11, 1870 
Aug. 25, 1871 
July l,l872 




George W. Wurts 


Aug. 21, 1870 
Oct 24 1871 


Do 


Do 


Aug. 30, 1872 







JAPAN. 



Townsend Harris 

Eobert H. Pruyn 

A. L. C. Portmau 

Robert B. Van Valkenburgh . 

Charles E. De Long 

Do 

Charles 0. Shopard 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
Nev-. 
Nev.. 

N. Y. 



Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
Charge d' Affaires ad int 



Jan. 


19, 1859 


Oct. 


12, 1861 


Apr. 


28, 1865 


Jan. 


18, 1866 


Apr. 


21, 1869 


Jvily 


1'4, 1870 


Dec. 


23, 1871 



Apr. 26,1862 
Oct. 25, 1865 
Aug. 13,1866 
Nov. 1, 1869 
July 14,1870 

Aug. 10, 1872 



LIBERIA. 



1862, Stephen Allen Benson, Presi- 
dent. 

Abraham Henson 

1864,. Daniel B. Warner, President, 
May 5. 1866, lie-elected. 

John Seys 

1868, James Spriggs Payne, Presi- 
dent, January 6. 1870, Edward 
Joseph Boye, President, January 3. 
1872, J. J. Boberts, President, Jan- 
uary 1. 

J. Milton Turner 



Wis. 



Ohio . . . 



Mo 



Com. and Con. Gen.. 



Min. Res. and Con. Gen . 



Min. Res. and Con. Gen. 



June 8, 1863 



Oct. 8, 1866 



Mar. 1,1871 



July —,1866 



MEXICO. 



1824, Guadvpe Victoria, President, 
October 10. 1829, Vicente Guerrero, 
April 1. 

Joel R. Poinsett 

1827, General Pedraza, President. 
Joel R. Poinsett 



S. C. 



s.c. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
to the assembly of 
American ministers at 
Tacabt\j'a. 



Mar. 8,1825 Dec. 25,1829 



Mar. 8,1825 



Ministers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Coutiniied. 
MEXICO— Continued. 



Nauio. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



1829, Vicente Guerrero, President, 
April 1. 1830, Anastagio Busta- 
manfe, President, January 1. 1832, 
Manuel Gomez Pedraza, President, 
December 24. 1833, Antonio Lopez 
de Santa Anna, President, April 1. 
1834, Valentin Gomez Farias, Presi- 
dent, December 16. 1835, Miguel 
Barragan, President ad interim, 
January 28. 1836, Jose Justo Corro, 
President ad interim, February 27. 

Autbony Butler 

1836, Anastasio Bustamente, Presi- 
dent, April 1 9. 1841, Antonio Lopez 
Santa Anna, Dictator, October 10. 

Powhatan Ellis 

Do 



Miss... 



1843, Valentin Oanalizo, President, 

(substitute,) October 4. 

"Wadcly Thompson 

1844, Antonio Lopez Santa Anna. 

President, June 4. 

Benjamin E. Green 

1844, Jose J. de Hcrrcra, President ad 
interim, December 7. 

Wilson Shannon 



S.C... 



1845, Jose J. de Herrera, President, 
September 16. 1846, Mariano Pa- 
redes, President, January 4. 

JohnSlidell 



Ohio. 



La . 



1846, Mariano Solas, Dictator, August 
5. 1846, Antonio Lopez Santa Anna, 
President, December 22. Mil, Pedro 
M. Anaya, President ad interim, 
November 13. 1848, Manuel Pena y 
Peiia, President ad interim, Janu- 
ary 8. 

Nicholas P. Trist 

Ambrose H. Sevier , 

Nathan Clifford 



Mo 



1848, Jose J. de PLerrera, President, 
June 3. 

Nathan Clifford .' 

Robert M. Walsh 

Do 



Charffe d' Affaires. 



Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



Charfr^ d'Affaires ad int. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



Commissioner 

f Conini'rs with rank of > 
I En. Ex.and Min. Plen. 3 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'AjSairesarfi/it. 



Oct. 12,1829 



Jan. 5, 1836 
Feb. 15,1839 



May —.1836 



Feb. 15,1839 
Apr. 21,1842 



Feb. 10, 1842 jMar. 25,1844 



Mar. 25, 1844 Sept. 1, 1844 



Apr. 9, 1844 Mar. 28, 1845 



Nov. 10, 1845 



Apr. 15,1847 
Mar. 14, 1848 
Mar. 18, 1848 



July 28, 1848 
Oct. 31,1848 
Sept. 6,1849 



Mar. 21,1846 



Mar. —,1848 
June 4, 1848 
Oct. 2, 1848 



Sept. 6,1849 
Jan. 30,1849 
Feb. 7, 1850 



64 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
MEXICO— Continued. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



1851, Mariano Arista, President, Jan- 
uary 15. 

Kobert P. Letcher 

Buckingham Smith 

"William Kich 



Ky 



1853, Juan B. Ceballos, President ad 
interim, January 6. 1853, Manuel 
M. Lombardini, President ad in- 
terim, February 8. 1853, Antonio 
Lopez Santa Anna, Dicta tor, April 20. 

Alfred Conkling 



1855, Juan Alvarez, President, Octo- 
ber 4. 1855, Ignacio Comonfort, 
Dictator, December 11. 

James Gadsden 

John S. Cripp 

Do 



1857, Ignacio Comonfort, President, 
December 1. 1858, Benito Juarez, 
President ad interim, (in Guana 
juato,) January 19; (at Vera Cruz,) 
May 8. 1858, Felix Zuloaga, Presi- 
dent, (in city of Mexico,) January 
23. 1859, Miguel Miramon, Presi- 
dent, (in city of Mexico,) February 2. 

John Forsyth , 

Eobert M. McLane 

Henry Roy de La Eeintrie 

Charles Le Dous Elgee 

Do 

Do 

JolmB. Weller 



1861, Benito Juarez, President, June. 

Thomas Corwin 

William H. Corwin 

Lewis D. Caxupbell 

Marcus Otterbourg 

1867, Benito Juarez, President, De-, 
cember 1. 

Marcus Otterbourg 

Edward Leo Plumb 

"William S. Rosecrans 



1871, Benito Juarez;'' President, De- 
cember 1. 1872, Sebastian Lerdo de 
lejada. President ad int., July 19. 

Thomas H. Nelson 



Mass 



N. T... 



S. C. 
Cal.. 
CaL. 



Ala.. 
Md ., 
Cal .. 
La ... 
La ... 
La ... 
Ohio. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Wis.. 



Wis.. 
N. Y. 
Ohio . 



Ind 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad i?i( 



En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
En. Ex. 



and Min. Plen... 
and !Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad inf. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen... 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad ijit 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . , 
Charg6 d'Aflaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



En. Ex. and ^^ in. Plen. 



Aug. 9,1849 
Jan. 26,1851 
Aug. 3,1852 



Aug. 6,1852 



May 24,1853 
Jan. — , 1854 
May —,1856 



July 21, 1856 
Mar. 7, 1859 
Aug. 30, 1859 
Jan. 23,1860 
July 10, 1860 
Dec. 22, 1860 
Nov. 17, 1860 

Mar. 22, 1861 

Apr. 27, 1864 

May 4, 1866 

Apr. 21,1866 



July 1,1867 
Aug. 15, 1867 
July 27, 1868 



Apr. 16,1869 



Aug. 3, 1852 
Oct. 8, 1851 
Nov. 30,1852 



Aug. 17, 1853 



Oct. 23,1856 
June 4, 1854 
Aug. — , 1856 



Mar. 2, 1859 
Dec. 22,1860 
Nov. -21, 1859 
Mar. 28,1860 
Oct. —,1860 
Jan. 30,1861 
May 14,1861 

Sept. 1,1864 
Apr. 21,1866 
June 15, 1867 
Aug. 19, 1867 



Sept. 20, 1867 
Dec. 10,1868 
Juno 26, 1869 



Died July 19, 1872. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 65 



Ministers and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1761) — Contiuued. 
NETHERLANDS. 



Name. 



-2 =* 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



William Y, Stadtholder, 1751 to 1795. 



\Villi.am Short 

John Quincy Adams 

Thonicis Boylston Atlauis 

Batavian Republic, 1795 to 1806. Louis 
Bonaparte, King, June 5, 1806; ab- 
dicated July 1, 1310; Holland utiited 
to France. William I, proclaimed 
Sovereign Prince, December 6, 1813, 
a)id assumed the style of King of the 
Netherlands, March 16, 1815. 



Va... 
Mass. 
Mass. 



"William Vans Murray . 

William Eustis 

Alexander H. Everett.. 

Albert Gallatin 

William Eustis 

•J. J. Appletou 

Do 

Alexander H. Everett. 
Christopher Hughes .. 

"William P. Treble 

Anguste Davezac 

Harraanus Bleecker... 



1840, William II, King, October 7. 

C hristopher Hughes 

Auguste Davezac , 



1849, William III, King, March 17. 

George Folsom 

August Belmont 

Do 

Henry C. Murphy 

James S. Pike 

Albert Rhodes 

Hugh Ewiug 

Charles T. Gorham 



Md.. 
Mass . 
Mass 
Pa... 
Mass 
Mass 
Mass 
Mass 
Md .. 
Me .. 
La... 
N. T. 



Md 
La. 



N. T. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Me .. 
Pa.... 
Kans 
Mich 



Minister Resident Jan. 16, 1792 

Minister Resident May 30, 1794 

Charge d' Affaires «d in*. Oct. 19,1795 



June 20, 1797 
May 31,179(7 



Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad i)it 
Joint Envoys Extraoi'- 1 
dinary audMiu. Plen. i 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
Charg§ d'Affaires ad int 

Charg§ d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires...... 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 

Charg6 d' Affiiires 

Chargfe d'Affaires 



Charg6 d'Affaires. 
Cliarge d'Affaires. 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 



Mar. 2,1797 
Dec. 19,1814 
May 1,1815 

Apr. 5, 1817 

Oct. 20,1817 
May 5,1818 
June 27, 1818 
Mar. 9, 1825 
June 1, 1829 
"May 2,1831 
May 15,1839 



Sept. 1, 1801 
May 5, 1818 
July 15,1815 



Apr. 18,1818 

Jan. 2, 1819 

Apr. 7, 1824 

Feb. 1, 1830 

May —,1831 

July 15,1839 

Aug. 26, 1842 



May 12, 1842 June 28, 1845 
Apr. 19, 1845 Sept. 28, 1850 



May 4,1850 
May 24, 1853 
June 29, 1854 
Juno 1,1857 
Mar. 28,1861 
Sept. 28, 1866 
Sept. 24, 1866 
July 12, 1870 



Oct. 11,1853 
Sept. 26, 1854 
Sept. 22, 1857 
June 8, 1861 
May 17,1866 
Dec. 1, 1866 
Dec. 15,1870 



NICARAGUA. 



John B. Kerr 

1852, Laureano Pineda, President. 
1853, General Fruto Ohamorro, Su- 
preme Dictator, February 26. 

Solon Borland 

John n. "Wheeler 

Mir.abeau B. Lamar 

Alexander Dimitry 



Md .. 



Ark 
N.C 
Tex 
La .. 



Chargfi d'Affaires. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Re.sident 



Mar. 


12, 1851 


Apr. 


18, 1853 


Aug. 


2, 1854 


Jan. 


20, 1858 


Aug 


15, 1859 



M.ay 31,1851! 



June 
Mar. 
May 
Apr. 



22, 1854 

2, 18.')7 

12, 1859 

27, 1861 



Regularly commissioned October 15, 1831. 



66 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Mhiisters and Charges d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
NICARAGUA— Continued. 



Name. 


•g.s 

-* o 


Title. 


Duration of service. 


1859, General Thomas Martinez, Presi- 
dent, March\. Ee-elected 1863. 

Andrew B. Dickinson 


N. T.-.. 

Ky 

N. T.... 

Tex 


Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident and 
Extraordinary. 

Minister Resident 


Mar. 28, 1861 
Oct. 21,1862 
Apr. 18, 1863 

Apr. 21, 1869 


Jan. 15,1863 
May 11,1863 
July 29,1869 




1867, Fernando Guzman, President, 
March 1. 1871, Vicente Quadra, 
President, March 1. 

C N Kiotte 







PRUSSIA.* 



1797, Frederick yVilliam III, King. 

John Quiney Adams 

Henry Wheaton 

Do 

Theodore S. Fay 

1840, Frederick William IV, King, 
J^me 7. 

Andrew J. Donelson 

Theodore S. Fay 

Do 

Edward A. Hannegan 

Theodore S. Fay 

Daniel D. Barnard 

Theodore S. Fay 

Peter D. Vroom 

Joseph A. Wright 

1861, William I, King, January 2. 

Norman B. Judd 

Hermann Kreisman 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Joseph A. Wright 

John C. Wright 

George Bancroft 



Mass — 
N.T... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 



Tenn . . . 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 

Ind 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. J . . . . 
Ind 

Ill 

Ill 

Ill 

Ill 

Ill 

Ind 

Ind .... . 
N.Y.... 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



En. Ex. 
Chargg 
Cbarg§ 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Chargfi 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 



and Min. Plen . . 
d'Affaires ad int 
d'Affaires ad ini. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
and Min. Plen . . . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad ini. 
Charge d'Affaires ad i«t. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg§ d'Affaires ad tn(. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



June 1, 1797 
Mar. 3, 1835 
Mar. 7, 1837 
Nov. 16, 1841 



Mar. 

July 
May 
Mar. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
May 
June 



18, 1846 

18. 1848 

12. 1849 

22. 1849 

13. 1850 
3, 1850 

15. 1851 
24, 1853 

1, 1857 



Mar. 8,1861 
July 8,1862 
June 27, 1863 
Oct. 23,1863 
July 6,1864 
June 30, 1865 
May 11, 1867 
May 14, 1867 



June 24, 1801 
Sept. 29, 1837 
July 18,1846 
Apr. 13, 1842 



June 

Oct. 

May 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

July 



9, 1849 

18. 1848 

23. 1849 

13. 1850 
10, 1850 
21, 1853 

2, 1852 
18, 1857 
1, 1861 



Sept. 3,1865 
Sept. 8,1862 
Aug. 31, 1863 
Dec. 28,1863 
Sept. 10, 1864 
May 11,1867 
Aug. 28, 1867 
July 23,1871 



PARAGUAY. 



1844 to 1862 



Carlos Antonio Lopez, 
President. 



James B. Bowiiu ' Mo 



Commissioner. 



Sept. 9,1858 



Feb. 10,1859 



♦After the formation, in 1867, of the North Gorman Union, including Prussia, the minister of the 
United States near the court of Berlin was also accredited to the King of Prussia as President of 
that Union. Since the establishment of the German Empire in 1871 the United States minister at 
Berlin has been accredited to the Emperor of Germany. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVKS OF THE UNITED STATES. 67 



Ministers and Chargds d' Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Coutiuued. 
P AK AG U A Y— Con t imied. 



Name. 


II 

IB 


Title. 


Duration of service. 




Cal 

Cal 

N. T.... 

Me 


Commissioner 


June 8,1861 
Jan. 19,1863 

Juno 27, 1SG8 

Apr. 28, 1870 


May 13,1863 
Sept. 9,1868 

June 21 1861 


Do 


Minister Eesident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 


1863, Francisco Solano Lopez, Presi- 
dent, February 4. 


1670, Cyrillo Rivarola, President, 
August 1. 










PERU. 



James Cooley 

Samuel Larned 

Emanuel J. West * 

Samuel Larned 

James B. Thornton 

J. C. Pickett 

John A. Bryan 

Albert G. Jewett 

John Randolph Clay 

1851, Jose Rufino Echenique, Presi- 
dent, April 21. 

John Randolph Clay 

1855, Ramon CastiUa, Provisional 
President, January 7. 1858, Presi- 
dent October 26. 

Christopher Robinson 

1861, Miguel San Roman, President, 
October 29. 1863, Juan Antoiiio 
Pezet, President, August 10. 

Alvin P. Hovey 

Henry M. Brent 

Do 



1865, Pedro Diez Canseco, President, 
November 13. 1865, Mariano Igna- 
do Prado, President, December 5; 
1867, Re-elected September 11. 1867, 
General Luis La Puerta, President 
ad interim, October 12. 1868, Josi 
Balta, President, Jidy 18. 

Thomas Settle 

Henry W. Brent 

Francis Thomas 



Pa 

R. I.... 

HI 

R. I... 
N.H... 

Ky 

Va 

Me 

Pa 



Pa. 



R.I. 



Ind 



N. C 



Md. 



Charg6 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
Charge 
Cliarge 
Charge 



d' Affaires . 
d'Affaires . 
d' Affaires. 
d'Affaires . 
d'Affaires . 
d'Affaires . 
d'Affaires . 
d'Affaires . 
d'Affaires 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Cliarge d'Affaires rt(J int 
En Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



May 

Dec. 

Oct. 

May 

June 

June 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Mar. 



2, 1826 

29. 1828 

22. 1829 

15. 1830 
15, 1836 

9, 1838 

15. 1844 

13. 1845 
3, 1847 



Mar. re, 1853 



June 8, 1861 



Aug. 12, 1865 
May 22, 1869 
Sept. 20, 1870 



Feb. 18,1871 
Nov. 20, 1871 
July 10, 1872 



Feb. 24,1828 
Mar. 2, 1837 



Mar. 2, 1837 
Jan. 25, 1838 
May 5, 1845 
Sept. 5,1845 
July 21,1847 
Aug. 22,1853 



Oct. 25, 1860 



Nov. 28,1865 



Sept. 20, 1870 
Feb. 1, 1870 
May 13,1871 



Feb. 20,1872 
July 10,1872 



' Died before reaching his post. 



68 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministvrs and Charges cV Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
PEKU- BOLIVIAN CONFEDEEATION. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



1836 to 1839, Santa Cruz, Sxipreme 
Dictator. 

J.C.Pickett 



Ky- 



Charge d'Affaires . 



Jiine 9,1838 



PORTUGAL. 



1786, Maria I, Queen. 
David Humphreys 

1796, Juan Jose, Begent. 

John Quincy A dams 

William Smith 



1816, John VI, King, March 20. 
John Graham 



1821, Pedro, Begent, February 28. 
John YI, King, returned from the 
Brazils in July. 

Henry Dearborn, sr 

Thomas L. L. Brent 



1826, Maria II, Queen Begent, March 10. 

Edward Kavanah 

A. T. Donnet 

1837, Maria II, and Ferdinand, King, 
September 16. 

"Washington Barrow 

Abraham Eencher 

George W. Hopkins 

James Brown Clay 

Charles B. Haddock 



1853, Pedro Y, King, November 15. 
Ferdinand, Begent. Pedro Y at- 
tained his majority Septetnber 16, 
1855. 

John L. O'Sullivan 

Do 

George W. Morgan 

1861, Louis J, King, November 11. 

James E. Harvey 

C. A. Munro 

Samuel Shollabarger 

Henry S. Neal 

Charles H. Lewis 



Conn... 



Mass. 

S. C- 



N. H. 

Va... 



Me 



Tenu 
N.C . 
Va... 
Ky .. 
N. H. 



N. T. 
N. T. 
Ohio. 

Pa... 



Ohio . 
Ohio. 
Va... 



Minister Resident 



Min. Plenipotentiary . 
Min. Plenipotentiary. 



Min. Plenipotentiary 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad in( 

Charge d'Affaires 

Chargfi d'Affaires 

Cliargg d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 



Charg6 d' Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires ad int 
Minister Resident 



Feb. 21, 1791 

May 30, 1796 
July 10, 1797 

Jan. 6, 1819 



May 
Mar. 



7, 1822 
9, 1825 



Mar. 3, 1835 
Apr. 19, 1841 



Aug. 16, 1841 
Sept. 22, 1843 
Mar. 3, 1847 
Aug. 1,1849 
Dec. 10,1850 



Feb. 16,18154 
June 29, 1854 
May 11, 1858 



Mar. 28, 1861 
July 18, 1867 
Apr. 21,1869 
Jan. 1, 1870 
Mar. 15, 1870 



Nov. 30,1794 



Sept. 9,1801 



June 30, 1824 
Dec. 6, 1834 



June 28, 1841 
Dec. 30,1841 



Feb. 24,1844 
Nov. 18,1847 
Oct. 18,1849 
July 19,1850 
June 30, 1854 



Oct. 19, 1854 
July 15,1858 
July 19,1861 

July 15,1869 
Aug. — , 1868 
Dec. 31,1869 
June 15, 1870 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 69 



Ministers and Charges cV Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Contiuued. 
ROME. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



1846, Pius IX, Sovereign Pontiff, 
June 21. 

Jacob L. Martin 

Lewis Cass, jr 

Do 1 

John P. Stockton 

Alexander "W. Eandall 

Richard il. Blatchlbrd 

Enfus Kins 



Pa... 
Mich 
Mich 

isr. J. 

Wis . 
N. T. 
Wis . 



Charg§ d'Affaires 
Charg6 d'Affaires 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 



Apr. 7, 1848 
.Tan. 5, 1849 
June 29, 1854 
June 15, 1858 
Aug. 6,1861 
Aug. 9,1862 



Aug. 26, 1848 
Nov. 9, 1854 
Nov. 27,1858 
June 6, 1861 



Oct. 



Oct. 7, 1863 j Jan. 



6, 1863 
1, 1868 



RUSSIA. 



1796, Paul, Emperor. 
Rufus King 



1801, Alexander I, Emperor, March23. 

John Quincy Adams _ 

Lovett Harris 

James A. Bayard 

John Quincy Adams 

James A. Bayard 

William Pinkney 

Charles Pinkney 

George W. Campbell 

Charles Pinkney 

Henry Middloton 

1825, Nicholas I, Emperor, December 1. 

John Randolph Clay 

John Randolph 

James Buchanan 

John Randolph Clay 

William AVilkins 

John Randolph Clay 

George M. Dallas 

William W. Che^y 

Churchill C. Cambreleng 

Charles S. Todd 

John Randolph Clay 

Ralph J. Ingorsoll 

C. M. Ingersoll 

Arthur P. Bagby 

Neil S. Brown 

Thomas H. Seymour 

1855, Alexander II, Emperor, March 2. 

Francis W. Pickens 

John Appleton 

Cassius M. Clay 

Simon Cameron 



N. T.. 



Mass. 
Pa.... 
Del.. 

Mass 
Del.. 
Md .. 
Md .. 
Tenn 
Md . . 
S.C.. 



Pa 

Va 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa...., 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

N. T. . . 

Ky 

Pa 

Conn. . . 
Conn. . . 
Ala ... 
Tenn... 
Conn . . . 



S. C... 
Me.... 
Ky.... 
Pa.... 



Special Min. Pleu 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Joint Envoy Ex. and > 
Min. Plenipotentiary. 5 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Charge 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 



d'AlKiires 

and Min. Plen... 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires adint. 
and Min. Plen. . . 

d'Affaires 

and Min. Plen. .. 

d'Affaires 

and Min. Plen... 
and Min. Plon. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires adint. 
iind Min. Plen. .. 
and Min. Plon. .. 
and Miu. I'lcn. .. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Miu. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Min. Pleu. 
* Regularly commissioned June 29, 1836. 



Peb. 7, 1799 



June 27, 1809 
Apr. 7, 1814 



Apr. 

Feb. 28, 
Mar. 7, 
Feb. 14, 
Apr. 16, 
July 5, 
Apr. 6, 



Sept. 19, 
May 26, 
Jan. 4 
Aug. 5, 
June 30, 
"Dec. 24 
Mar. 7 
July 29, 
May 20, 
Aug. 27, 
Jan. 28, 
Aug. 8 
Sept. 20, 
June 15, 
May 
May 24, 

Jan. 11 
Juno 8, 
Mar. 28, 
Jan. 17, 



1813 

1815 
1816 

1818 
1818 
1820 
1820 



1830 
1830 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1837 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1846 
1846 
1848 
1848 
1850 
1853 



1853 
1860 
1861 
1862 



Apr. 7, 1814 
Jan. 10, 1817 



Feb. 14,1818 

Sept. 22, 1818 
July 5, 1820 
Nov. 9, 1820 
Sept. 19, 1830 



June 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

July 

Aug. 

July 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

May 

June 

July 



4. 1832 
17, 1831 

5. 1833 

13. 1834 

24. 1835 
4, 1837 

29. 1839 

24. 1840 

13. 1841 

27. 1846 

23. 1847 

20. 1848 
16,1848 
— , 1849 
23, 1853 
17, 1858 



Sept. 9, 1860 
June 7, 1861 
June 25, 1862 
Sept. 18, 1862 



70 



KEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges (V Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Contiuued. 
RUSSIA— Continued. 



Name. 



Bayard Taylor 

Cassius M. Clay '. 

Titian J. Coffey 

Andrew G. Cnitiu 

Eugene Schuyler 

Do 

Solon Borland 

1863, Francisco Duenas, President. 
Be-elected February 28, 1865. Be- 
elected, 1868. 

James K. Partridge 

A. S. Williams 

Alfred T. A. Torbert 

Thomas Biddle 



^■3 



N. T.- 
Ky.... 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
N. T.. 
N.Y.. 



Title. 



Chargg d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and "Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires rtd int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad itit. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



Duration of service. 



Sept. 


18, 1862 


Mar. 


11, 1863 


Oct. 


1, 18G9 


Apr. 


16, 1869 


July 


1,18*0 


Jan. 


15, 1872 



May 7, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Oct. 28,1869 
July 4, 1872 
Sept. 1, 1870 



SALVADOR. 




Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen . 



Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 
Minister Resident 



Apr. 


18, 1853 


Apr. 


16 


1863 


Aug. 


16 


1866 


Apr. 


21 


1869 


July 


10 


1871 



June 22, 1854 



Mar. —,1866 
Oct. 27, 1869 
July 10,1871 



SARDINIA. ■■ 



1834, Charles Albert, Kincf. 

H. Gold Rogers 

■ Ambrose Baiter 

Robert Wicldiffo, jr 

Nathaniel Nilcs 



1849, Victor Eniamicl, King, March 23. 

William B. Kinney 

John M. Daniel 

Do 

Romaino Dillon 



Pa. 
Ga. 

Ky. 
vt. 



N.J 
Va.. 
Va.. 



Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

Charge d'Affiiires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

C)iarg6 d'Affaires ad int 



June 30 


1840 


Aug. 


16, 


1841 


Sept. 


22 


1843 


June 


4, 


1848 


Apr. 


22, 


1850 


July 


23, 


1853 


June 


29 


1854 


Apr. 


16 


1861 



Nov. 22,1841 
Dec. 15,1843 

Aug. 20, 1850 



Oct. 8, 1853 
June 29, 1854 
Mar. 2,1861 
Juno 23, 1861 



TWO SICILIES. 



1815, Ferdinand I, (formerly Ferdin- 
and lY,) recognized by congress of 
Yienna as "King of the Kingdom of 
the Tivo Sicilies." 



William Pinknoy 

1825, Francis I, King of Naples. 1830, 
Ferdinand II, King, November 8. 

John Nelson 

Euos T. Throop 

William Bouhvare 

WiUiam H. Polk 

Alexander Ilammett 

John RoTvan 

* March 17, 1861, Victor Eraauucl II 




Min. Plenipotentiary. 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires 



Apr. 23, 1816 



Oct. 24,1831 

Feb. 6, 1838 

Sept. 13, 1841 

Mar. 13,1845 

May — , 1847 j June 29, 1848 

Jan. 3, 1848 ' 



Jan. 12,1842 
June 19,1845 
Aug. 31, 1847 



was declared King of Italy, which kingdom included Sardinia. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 71 



Ministers and Charges d' Affaires nince March 4, 1789 — Coutimied. 
TWO SICILIES— Contiuned. 



Name. 


State -whonco 
appointed. 


Title. 


Duration of service. 


Edward Joy Morris 

Robert Dale weu 

Do 


Pa 

Ind 

lud 

Pa 


Charge d' Affaires 

Charg<J d' Aftaires 

Minister Resident 

Mini.ster Resident 


Jan. 10,1850 
May 24, 1353 
June 29, 1854 
June 15, 1858 


Aug. 26, 1853 
Aug. —,1854 
Sept. 20, 1858 
Jan. .3, 1861 


1859, Francis II, King, Maxj 22. The 
kingdom of the Two Sicilies was an- 
nexed to the kingdom of Sardinia, 
December 17, 1860. 







SPAIN. 



1788, Carlos IT, King. 

William Carmicliael 

William Short 

William Carmichael 

William Sliort 

Thoma.s Piuckney 

David Humphreys 

Charles Piuckney 

John Graham 

James Monroe 

Charles Piuckney 

James Monroe 

James Bowdoin , 

John Armstrong 

James Bowdoin 

George W. Erving 

1808, Fernando VII, King. 

George W. Erving 

John Forsyth 

Thomas L. L. Brent 

John J. Appleton 

Hugh Nelson 

Alexander H. Everett 

Charles S. Walsh 

Cornelius P. Van Ness 

Arthur Middleton 



1833, Maria Christina, Queen Regent, 
October 2. 1833, Isabella II, Queen, 
November 8. 

William T. Barry * 

John H. Eaton 

Arthur Middleton 

Aaron Tail 

Washington Irving 

Alexander Hamilton, jr 

Jasper H. Livingston 



Md 

Md ... > 
Va....3 
Va...... 

S. C 

Conn 

S.C 

Va 

Va 

S.C 

Va 

Mass — 
N. Y.. 1 
Mass.. > 
Mass 



Mass . . . 

Ga 

Va 

Mass . . . 

Va 

Mass . . . 



Vt. 



Charge d' Affaires Apr. 20, 1790 



> Jt. miss'n 



Ky... 
Tenn 



N. T. 
N. T. 
N. T. 



Commissioners Plen 

Minister Resident 

Envoy Extraordinary . . . 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

]^Iin. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'AlRiiresad wu. 

E.E.&M.P 

Min. Plen . . 

Min. Ex. and Plen 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Joint Comm. Plen. and ) 

Ex 3 

Charg6 d' Affaires ad int. 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad int. 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affiiires ad int 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charge d' Aftaires ad i(i^ 



Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
En. Ex. aud Min. Plen . . . 
Cbarg6 d'AfKiires ad int. 

Charge d'Affiiires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Aft'airesad i/it. 
Charg6 d-'Affaires ad int. 



Mar. 18, 1792 

May 28, 1794 
Nov. 24, 1794 
May 20, 1796 
June 6, 1801 
Nov. 7,1802 
f Jan.l2, 1803 
< Jan.l2, 1803 
Oct. 14,1804 
Nov. 22, 1804 

Mar. 17, 1806 

Jan. 12,1805 



Aug. 10, 1814 
Feb. 16,1819 
Nov. 16,1820 
Mar. 2,1823 
Jan. 15,1823 
Mar. 9,1825 
July 27, 1829 
June 1,1829 
Dec. 20, 1836 



Apr. 10,1835 
Mar. 16, 1836 
Apr. 30, 1840 
May 20, 1840 
Feb. 10, 1842 
Sept. 6,1843 
July 27, 1844 



July —,1795 
Nov. —,1795 
Nov. —,1801 
Oct. 25,1805 
Feb. —,1803 
May 21,1805 



-, 1807 



Feb. 1, 1810 



Apr. 29, 
Mar. 2, 
Aug. 19, 
Dec. 4, 
July 14, 
July 27, 
Dec. 9, 
Dec. 20, 



1819 
1823 
1821 
1823 
1825 
1829 
1829 
1830 



Apr. 30,1840 
Nov. 5, 1840 
Aug. 1, 1842 
July 29,1846 
Nov. 30,1843 
' Dec. 7, 1844 



'Died before reaching his post. 



72 



RtGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 



Ministers and Charges cV Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Coutinued. 
SPAIN— Continued. 



Name. 



CI ^ 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



E. M. Saunders 

T. C. Reynolds , 

Daniel M. Barringer 

Horatio J. Perry 

Do 

Pierre Soul6 

Horatio J. Perry 

Augu.stus C. Dodge 

"William Preston 

E. H. Wooley 

Do 

Do 

J. De Haviland 

Horatio J. Perry 

Carl Schurz 

Horatio J. Perry 

Gustavus Koerner 

Horatio J. Perry 

Do 

JohnP.Hale 

Horatio J. Perry 

1868, Provisional government. 
Amedeo J, King. 

Daniel E. Sickles 

A. Augustus Adee i 

Do 



N. C 



N. C. 
N. H. 
N. H. 
La ... 
N. H. 
Iowa. 
Ky... 



1870, 



N. H. 
Wis.. 
N. H. 
Ill ... 
N. H. 
N. H. 
N. H. 
N. H. 



N. Y. 



En. Ex. 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Chargg 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Cbargg 
Charge 
Charge 
Charg6 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 



and Min. Plen . . . 
d'Affairesadijit. 
and Min. Plen... 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d' Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Pleu. .. 
and Min. Plen... 
d Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int 
A' Affaitea ad int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires ad int 
and Min. Plen... 
d'Affaires ad int. 
d'Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen . . 
d'Affaires ad int. 



Feb. 25, 
May 5 
June 18 
May 3, 
Sept. 4, 
Apr. 7, 
Fob. 2, 
Feb, 9, 
Dec. 15, 
Aug. 19, 
Nov. 15; 
Mar. 7, 
May 24 
June 5, 
Mar. 28; 
Dec. 18: 
June 14, 
June 2, 
July 19 
Mar. 10, 
Oct. 4 



, 1846 
,1847 
,1849 
, 1852 
, 1853 
,1853 
, 1855 
,1855 
., 1858 
,1859 
,1859 
,1860 
,1861 
,1861 
,1861 
,1861 
, 1862 
, 1863 
,1864 
,1865 
,1867 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
S.ofL.&Ch.d'Aff. admJ. 
S. of L. &Ch. d'Aff. ad int. 



May 15,1869 
June 21, 1871 
Nov. 28, 1871 



Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

June 

Mar. 

May 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

June 

July 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 



24, 1849 . 
—,1847 

4, 1853 
24, 1852 
22, 1853 

2, 1855 
17, 1855 
12, 1859 
24, 1861 

30. 1859 
3, 1859 

23. 1860 
5, 1861 

13. 1861 

15. 1862 
4, 1862 

28. 1864 

20. 1863 

30. 1865 
29, 1809 
13, 1867 



Oct. 20, 1871 
May 28,1872 



SWEDEN AND NOEWAT. 



1792, Gustave IV, King. 

John Qnincy Adams 

Jonathan Eussell 

John L. Lawrence 



1818, Charles XIV, King, February 5. 

Christopher Hughes 

Do 

"William C. Soraerville t 

John J. Appleton 

Chri.stopher Hughes , 

John J. Appleton 

George "W. Lay 

1844, Oscar I, King, March 8. 

Henry W. Ellsworth 

C. D. Arfwedson 

Francis Schroeder 

Do 

Benjamin F. Angel 

* Eegularly commissioned January 



Mass. 
E. I- 



Md . 
Md . 
Md . 
Mass 
Md . 
Mass 
N. Y 



lud . . . . 
Sweden 

E.I 

E. I . . . . 
N. Y... 
21, 1819. 



Commissioner 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 

Charg6 d' A ffaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

ChargS li'^fi^iresadint. 
Charge d'Affaires 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affiiires ad int. 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Minister Eesideut . . . 

Minister Eesideut 



Mar. 14, 1798 
Jan. 18,1814 
June 6,1814 



May 1,1817 
*Oct. 22,1818 
Mar. 9, 1823 
May 2,1826 
Mar. 3,1830 
•Sept. 20, 1833 
May 12,1842 



Oct. 22, 1818 
May 19,1815 

Dec. 10, 1817 
Aug. — , 1825 



Aug. 20,1830 
Sept. 9,1841 
Jan. 9, 1834 
Oct. 14, 1845 



Apr. 19,1845 July 25,1849 



July 25,1849 
Nov. 7,1849 
June 29, 1854 
July 17, 1857 



Apr . 25, 1850 
Aug. 19, 1854 
Oct. 17, 1857 
June 25, 1861 



t Died before reaching his post. 



DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES. 



73 



Ministers and Charges (V Affaires since March 4, 1789 — ContiiiiRcl. 
SWEDEN AXD NORWAT-Contiuued. 



Name. 



185!), Charles XV, King, July S. 

Jacob S. Haldcman 

Jauios n. Campbell 

Joseph J. Bartlett 

C. C. Andrews 



^•3 

O ft, 



Title. 



Pa Minister Resident 

Pa Minister Resident 

N. T Minister Resident 

Mimi . . . Minister Resident 

SWITZERLAND. 

Mass Minister Resident 

N. H Minister Resident 

Ga Minister Resident 

Wis Minister Resident 



Duration of service. 



Mar. 16, 1861 
May 18, 1864 
Mar. 19, 1867 
June 3,1669 



Sept. 25,1864 
Mar. 29,1867 
July 24, 1869 



Theodore S. Fay 

George G. Fogg 

George Harrington 

Horace Rubleo 



Mar. 16, 1853 
Mar. 28, 13G1 
July 7, 1865 
Apr. 20, 1869 



July 1, 1861 
Oct. 16, 1865 
July 20,1869 



TEXAS. 



1836, General Samuel Houston, Presi- 
dent, September. 

Alc6e La Branclio 



1838, llirabeaii B. Lamar, President. 
1841, General Samuel Houston, Pres- 
ident, December. 

George H. Flood 

Joseph Eve 

William S. Murphy 

T. A. Howard 

Andrew J. Donelson 



1844, Anson Jones, President, December. 

The Republic of Texas loas annexed to 
the United States in 1845. 



Ky .. 
Ohio, 
lud.. 
Tenn 



Charge d' Affaires. 



Charg6 d' Affaires ad int 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d' Afliiires 



Mar. 7,1837 



-,1840 

Apr. 15, 1841 
Apr. 10,1843 
Juno 11, 1844 
Sept. 16, 1844 



Apr. 13,1840 



July 21,1841 
Juno 10, 1843 
July 13,1844 
Aug. 16,1844 
July 16,1845 



TURKEY. 



1808, Mahmoud II, Sultan. 

David Porter 

Do 

John P. Brown 

1839, Abdul Medjid, Sultan, July 1 

Dabney S. Carr 

John P, Brown 

Do 

George P. Marsh 

John P. Brown 

Do 

Carroll Spence 

John P. Brown 

James Williams 

John P. Brown 



Md 

Md 

Ohio.... 

Md 

Ohio .... 
Ohio .... 

Vt 

Ohio .... 
Ohio .... 

Md 

Ohio .... 
Tenn . . . 
Ohio . . . . 



Charge d'Affaires , 

Minister Resident , 

ChargS d'Affaires ad itit 

Minister Resident , 

Charge d'Affaires ad int 
Chargfi. d'Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident , 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident 

Chargfi d'Affaires ad int 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 



Apr. 15, 1831 
Mar. 3, 1839 
Mar. 3,1843 



Oct. 

Aiig. 

Nov. 

May 

July 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Deo. 

Jan. 

May 



6, 1843 

6, 1845 

21, 1849 

29, 1849 

30. 1852 

19. 1853 
23, 1853 

12. 1857 

14. 1858 
25, 1861 



May 23,1840 
Mar. 3, 1843 
Jan. 15,1844 



Nor. 
June 
Mar. 
Doc. 
July 
Feb. 
Dec. 
"May 
May 
■Aug. 



20. 1849 
25, 1846 

11. 1850 
19, 1853 

5. 1853 

9. 1854 

12. 1857 

27. 1858 
25, 1861 

9, 1861 



74 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Ministers and Charges (V Affaires since March 4, 1789 — Continued. 
TURKEY— Continued. 



Name. 



c ^ 



^ o 



M 



Title. 



Duration of .service. 



Edward Joy Morris 

John P. Brown ^ 

1861, Abdul Aziz, Sultan, June 25. 

"Wayne MacVeagli 

John P. Brovvn 

George H. Boker 



Pa 

Ohio . . . 

Pa 

Ohio . . . 
Pa 



Mini.ster Resident 

Charg6 d' Affaires ad inf. 

Minister Resident. . , 

Charge d'Affairesadint. 
Minister Resident 



•Tune 


8 


1861 


May 


18 


1864 


June 


4, 


1870 


June 10, 


1871 


Nov. 


3,1871 



Oct. 25,1870 
Aug. 20, 1864 



Sept. 2,1871 
Mar. —,1872 



URITGUAT. 



1865, Venancio Flores, President, 
March 4. 

Alexander Ashoth 

1868, General Lorenzo Battle, Presi- 

dent, March 23. 

H. G. Worthiugton 

Rohert C. Kirk 

John L. Stevens 

John G. A. 'Williamson 

A. A. Hall 

Vespasian Ellis 

Benjamin G. Shields 

Isaac N. Steele 

Charles Eames 

Do..: 

1856, Jose Tadeo Monagas, President. 
Re-elected, August, 1868. 

Edward A. Turi)in 

Henry T. Blow 

E.D. Culver 

James Wilson 

Thomas N. Stilwoll 

Erastus C. Pruj'n 

1869, J. Buperto Monagas, Chief Ex- 

ecutive, February. 

James R. Partridge . . 

William A. Pile 



Mo 



Nev . 
Ohio. 
Me .. 



Minister Resident 



Minister Resident. 
Minister Resident. 
Minister Resident. 



Apr. 


5, 1867 


July 25, 1868 


May 


5, 1869 


Mar. 


25, 1870 



Jan. 21,1868 



July 
Mar. 



8, 1869 
25, 1870 



VENEZUELA. 



Pa 

Tenn . . 

Va 

Ala.... 
Ala . - . . 
D.of C. 
D.of C. 



N. Y. 
Mo .. 
N. Y. 
Ind . . 
Ind . . 
N. Y. 



Md 
Mo 



Charge d' Affaires j Mar. 3, 1835 

Charge d' Affaires ' Mar. 15,1841 

Charge d' Affaires • Sept. 30, 1844 

Charge d'Affaires Mar. 14,1845 

Charge d'Affaires I June 24, 1850 



Charg6 d'Affaires. 
Minister Resident. 



Feb. 9, 1854 
June 29, 1854 



Minister Resident ; June 15, 1858 

Minister Resident ' June 8, 1861 

Minister Resident July 12, 1862 



Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affiures ad int. 



Minister Resident. 
Minister Resident . 



May 31, 1866 
Aug. 30, 1867 
June 6,1868 



Apr. 21, 1869 
May 23, 1871 



Aug. 7, 1840 
Nov. -, 1844 
Aug. 13,1845 
Jan. 7, 1850 
Oct. 14,1853 
Sept. 2,1854 
Sept. 14, 1858 



Nov. 16,1861 
July 12,1862 
June 30,1866 
Aug. 18,1867 
June 6, 1868 
July 8, 1869 



May 23,1871 



SECRETARIES OF LEGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



75 



XXII.— SECRERATIES OF LEGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Argentine EepuhUc — France. 



Name. 



AKGEXTINE KEPUBLIC. 



Richard Fitzpatrick . 
George Leo Breut . . . 



John Ran<loli)h Clay. 
George AV. Liijpit . . . 

Johu Hay 

Heury S. "Watts 

Johu F. Delaplaine . . 



BELGIUSr. 

Aaron Goodrich 



KohertM. Walsh 

Thomas I. Morgan 

Franklin H. Clack 

Ferdinand Coxe 

E. "William Venable 

"William Grayson Maun . 

Eomaine Dillim 

Thomas Biddlo 

"William M. Briggs 

Richard Cutts Shannon . 

BUENOS AYRES. 

John M. Forbes 



CEXTKAL AMEUICA. 

Frederick A. Beelen 



CHILI. 

Samnel Larned 

Benjamin Kowau HardLa . 

Jeaso B. Ilolnian 

Thomas E. Massey 

Frederick A. Beelen 

Garret W. Ryckmau 

Edwin F. Cook 



Peter Parker 

S. "Wells "Williams . 



Charles S.Todd... 
Beaufort T. Watts. 
Edward T. Tayloo. 
J.C.Pickett 



Thomas Sumter, jr . 
Henry Jacksou 



State whence ap- 
appointed. 



Title. 



Texas . . . 
"Virginia 



Pennsylvania 
Rliodc Island 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 
New York . . . 



Minnesota . 



Peun. 



Pennsylvania . 



Dist. of Columbia. 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Maine 



Florida 



Pennsylvania . 



Rhode Island 



Alabama 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania . 

California 

New Jersey . . . 



Massachusetts . 
China 



South Carolina. 



Kentucky 



South Carolina. .. 



Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation. 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Sec'y of Legation and Interpreter 
Sec'y of Legation and Intrepreter 

Secretarj' of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 



Dat<3 of com- 


mission. 


June 


25, 1856 


May 


30, 1859 


Fob. 


8, 1838 


Mar. 


25, 1856 


May 


25, 1867 


Oct. 


8, 1868 


Juno 


1, 1869 


Mar. 


26, 1861 


Sept. 


13, 1841 


June 


9, 1847 


Mar. 


12, 1851 


Oct. 


24, 1851 


Mar. 


27, 1854 


Aug. 


2, 1854 


Feb. 


16, 1858 


Oct. 


11, 1861 


June 10, 1863 


June 26, 1871 



Jan. 27,1823 



April 28, 1853 



Nov. 18,1823 
Nov. 27,1849 
June 24, 1850 
July 28,1853 
Aug. 2,1854 
Aug. 20, 1858 
Nov. 11,1865 



Mar. 15,1845 
June 27, 1855 



Jan. 27,1823 
April 27, 1824 
May 20,1828 
June 9,1829 



May 12,1801 
May 28,1813 



76 KEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

France — Great Britain. 



Name. 



Daniel Sheldon 

John Adams Smith 

Charles Carroll Harper . . 

Nathaniel Niles 

Thomas Pennant Barton. 

Charles E. Anderson 

Henry Ledyard 

J. L. Martin 

Stephen K. Stanton 

Henry Sheltou Sanford . . 

Donn Piatt 

O. Jennings Wise 

J.B.Wilbor 

William R. Calhoun 

James G-. Clarke 

Eobert M. Walsh 

William L. Dayton, jr . . . 
William S. Pennington . . 

George P. Pomeroj' 

.John Hay 

Wickham Hoffmann 

Wickham Hoffmann 

John W.Dis 

Frank Moore 

Gratiot Washburne 



GEUMANY. 

Alexander Bliss 

Nicholas Tish 

GEKMANT, FEDERAL GOVEKNM'T OF. 

Gales Seaton 



GEEAT BRITAIN. 

John Adams Smith 

John A. King 

William Beach Lawrence 

Washington Irving 

Aaron Vail 

Aaron Vail 

Theodore S. Fay 

Benjamin Hush 

Francis Eobert Hives 

Gansevoort Melville 

James MacHenry Boyd . . . 

John 11. Brodhead 

J. C. Bancroft Davis 

William H. Trescott 

John Appleton 

Daniel E. Sickles 

Phillip N. Dallas 

Benjamin Moran 

Charles L. Wilson 

Benjamin Moran , 



State whence aj)- 
pointed. 



Connecticut. 



Virginia 

New York 

South Carolina. ., 
New Hampshire , 
Pennsylvania . . . 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

New York 

Illinois 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

New York 

New York , 

111 



New York. 
New York. 



New York . . . 
Ehode Island 
New York . . . 
New York . . . 
New York . . . 
New York . . . 



New York 

Massachusetts . 
South Carolina. 

Maine 

New York 

Pennsylvania . . 
Pennsylvania . . 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania . . 



Title. 



Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary' 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 



of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation . 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation . 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation. 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation. 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation. 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 



Secretary of Legation 

Assistant Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 



Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Assistant 
Secretary 
Secretarv 



of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation , 

of Legation 

of Legation , 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

of Legation 

Secretary of Legation . 

of Legation 

of Legation 



Date of com- 
mission . 



April .3,1816 
June 12, 1828 
June 1, 1829 
Nov. 9, 1830 
May 29,1833 
Oct. 4, 1836 
Aug. 7, 1839 
April 15, 1844 
June 21, 1848 
Aug. 20; 1849 
April 12, 1854 
Oct. 27,18.55 
Jan. 1, 1857 
Sept. 15,1857 
April 17, 1860 
Jan. 7, 1861 
Mar. 23,1861 
Mar. 26,1861 
Mar. 15,1865 
Mar. 22,1865 
Oct. 10,1866 
Mar. 18,1867 
Mar. 18,1867 
Mar. 17,1869 
Feb. 15,1872 

June 10, 1867 

'May 22, 1871 

Mar. 19,1849 



Sept. 8: 
May 5, 
July 8, 
June 1 
Aug. 1 
April 6 
Dec. 26 
July 21 
Aug. 24, 
July 8, 
June 19, 
Oct. 

Juno 7 
Dec. 30, 
May 20, 
July 30, 
Feb. 19, 
Jan. 1 
Mar. 23, 
July 29, 



,1815 
, 1825 
i, 1826 
,1829 
,1831 
, 1836 
,1830 
,1837 
, 1842 
1, 1845 
', 1846 
,1846 
,1849 
, 18s2 
, 1853 
■, 1853 
', 1856 
,1857 

;, 1861 

,1864 



To take effect July 1, 1871. 



SECRETARIES OF LEGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES. 77 
Italy — Peril. 



Name. 



State whence ap- 
pointed. 



Title. 



Date of com- 
tni.ssion. 



Dennis R. Alward , 

Echvard C. Johnson 

Adam Badeaii 

E. S. Xadal 

Maxwell TVoodhull 

"William II. Chesebroucrh . 



Henry P. Ilay 

George ^^. Wurts . 



MK.XICO. 



John Mason , jr 

Thomas H. Ellis 

Brautz Mayer 

Benjamin E. Green 

"William S. Parrott 

Robert M. "Walsh 

Buckingham Smith 

"William Rich 

John S. Cripps 

"Walker Fearu 

Henry R. La Reintrie . . 
Charles Lc Doux Elf;ee. 

"William H. Corwiu 

"William A. Browning . . 

Edward Lee Plumb 

James St. Clair Boal 

Porter C. Bli-ss 



XETHEULANDS. 

Alexander H. Everett 

Aug uste Davezac 

XOKTH GEUMAX UNION. 

Alexander Bliss 

Nicholas Fish 



Charles A. IngersoU 

Theodore S. Fay 

O. Jennings "Wise . . . 

Edward G. W. Butler, jr 

Hermann Kreismann 

John C. "Wright 



PERU. 

John J. Martin 

James C. Marriott. . . 
Z. B. Caverlv 



New York 

Maryland , 

New York 

New Jersey 

Dist. of Columbia, 
New York 



ITALY. 

Green Clay j Kentucky 



Tennessee 

Pennsylvania . 



Massachusetts 

California , 

Alabama 

California , 

Louisiana 

Ohio , 

Tennessee 

New York , 

niinois 

Dist. of Columbia, 



Massachusetts , 
Louisiana 



New York . 
New York . 



New York . 
Virginia . . . 
Louisiana . . 

niinois 

Indiana 



Assistant Secretary of Legation . 
Assistant Secretary of Legation. 
Assistant Secretary of Legation. 
Assistant Secretary of Legation. 
Assistant Secretary of Legation. 
Assistant Secretary of Legation . 



Secretary ol Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 



Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 
Secretary of 



Legation . 
Legation. 
Legation . 
Legation . 
Legation . 
Legation . 
Legation. 
Legation . 
Legation . 
Legation. 
Legation . 
Legation. 
Legation. 
Legation. 
Legation . 
Legation . 
Legation. 



Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 



Secretary of Legation , 

Assistant Secretaiy of Legation 



Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 



Maryland 

Massachusetts 



"William Stickney Di.st. of Columbia. 

Thomas I. Pope 

James M. Carr 

Clarence Eytingo 

H.M. Brent 



Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation . 
Secretary of Legation . 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation . 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation . 
* To take eflfect July 1, 1871. 



California. 

Ohio 

New York 



Sept. 29, 1864 
Juno 23, 1868 
April 21, 1869 
Jan. 28,1870 
May 12,1871 
June 8, 1872 

April 10, 1862 
July 25, 1868 
April 16, 1869 



Jan. 27,1823 
Mai. 2,1839 
Sept. 10, 1841 
May 24,1843 
Nov. 20,1845 
Mar. 14,1848 
Sept. 9,1850 
Jan. 22,1852 
May 13,1853 
July 21,1856 
Mar. 7,1859 
Jan. 16,1860 
Mar. 27,1861 
Nov. 14,1865 
Nov. 5, 1866 
April 21, 1869 
July 12,1870 

Jan. 24,1815 
Aug. 11, 1829 

Juno 10, 1867 
*May 22,1871 



Mar. 8, 1837 
April 17, 1837 
May 19,1853 
Jan. 17,1856 
ilar. 8, 1861 
Sept. 6, 1865 



Mar. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 



28, 1853 
12, 1853 

4, 1855 
13, 1861 
18, 1865 
23, 1865 

1, 1863 
18, 1867 



78 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OP STATE. 

PortufjaJ — Sjya'in. 



Name. 



State wlience ap- 
pointed. 



Title. 



Date of com- 
mission. 



rORTUGAL. 

John James Appleton. 
Thomas L. L. Brout . . . 



"William Steuben Smith . 

William E. King 

Charles J?inkncy 

Beaufort T. Watts 

John Adams Smith 

John Kaudolph Clay 

William W. Chew 

John Lothi'op Motley . . . 

John S. Maxwell 

John Randolph Clay 

Colin M. lugersoll 

Edward H. Wright 

K. Augustus Erving 

Josiah Pierce, jr 

John E. Bacon 

Julian A. Mitchell 

Green Clay 

Bayard Taylor 

Henry Bergh 

Jeremiah Curtin 

Titian J. Coffey 

Eugene Schuyler 

SAUDINIA. 

Eomaine Dillon 



John Graham 

George W. Erving 

Thomas L. L. Brent 

John James Appleton 

John Adams Smith 

Charles S. Walsh 

Arthur Middleton, jr 

Do 

Joseph G. Coggswell . . a . 
Alexander Hamilton, jr .. 

Jasper H. Livingston 

Thomas C. Eeynolds 

Frederick A. Sawyer 

Horatio J. Perry 

Buckingham Smith 

Robert AVicklitfe Wolley . 

Green Clay 

Horatio J. Perrj' 

John Hay 

Alvoy A. Adee 



Massachusetts . 
Virginia 



Maryland 

South Carolina. 



Pennsylvania . 
Peun.sylvania . , 
Massachusetts . 



Pennsylvania . . 

Connecticut 

New Jersey 

Connecticut 

Maine 

South Carolina. 
South Carolina. 

Kentucky 

New York 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania . . 
New York 



New York 



Virginia 



Virginia 

Massachusetts . 



Pennsylvania . 



New York 



New Hampshire ., 



Kentucky 

Kentucky 

New Hampshire 

Hlinois 

New York 



Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation. 

Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation. 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 



Mar. 


3, 


1819 


May 


8, 


1822 


July 


2, 


1812 


April 


23, 


1816 


Nov. 


30, 


1818 


May 


26, 


1828 


July 


16, 


1829 


June 


4, 


1830 


Mar. 


7, 


1837 


Sejjt. 


10, 


1641 


April 


8, 


1842 


Mar. 


15, 


1845 


June 15, 


1848 


May 


2, 


1850 


June 22, 


1853 


Oct. 


5, 


1855 


April 13, 


1858 


June 


6, 


1860 


April 18, 


1861 


April 10, 


1862 


May 


12, 


1863 


Nov. 


I'l, 


1864 


Apri! 


21, 


1869 


Mar. 


24, 


1870 


Jan. 


24 


1861 


Aug. 


31 


1801 


Nov. 


22 


1804 


Oct. 


15 


1814 


May 


8 


1822 


April 


8 


1825 


June 17 


1828 


April 10 


1833 


Mar. 


16 


1836 


Mar. 


4 


1842 


April 


4 


1842 


Juno 


14, 


1844 


]^Iay 


13 


1846 


June 


2 


1848 


July 


5 


1849 


Juno 


5 


1855 


Dec. 


22 


1858 


Mar. 


20 


1861 


Apri 


30 


1861 


Juno 


28 


1869 


Sept. 


9 


1870 



ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGES D'AFFAIRES. 

Sweden and Xoncan — Turkey. 



79 



Name. 


State whence ap- 
pointed. 


Title. 


Date of com- 
mission. 


SWEDEN AND KOKWAY. 






Feb 3 1814 






Secretary of Legation 


Sept. 26, 1816 


TLRKEY. 


Massacliusetts 

Ohio 















, XXIII.— ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGiSS D'AFFAIRES OF FOREIGN COUN- 
TRIES TO THE UNITED STATES SINCE MARCH 4, 1789. 



AKGENTINE KEPUBLIC. 



Xame. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



r 



Chevalier Hulsemann 

Do 

Count Nicholas Georj6 

Count "Wydenbruck 

Baron ile Franclcenstein. . 
Baron Charles de Lederer . 



Charge d' Affaires ad. int. 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 




Oct. 29,1855 
Mar. 11, 1863 
Nov. 8, 1864 
July 9, 1068 
Sept. 4,1868 



BELGIUM. 



Mr. le Baron Desire Behr 

Mr. Charles Serruvs 

Mr. le Baron Beaulieu 

Mr. Henri Bosch Spencer 

Mr. Henri Solvyus. . » 

Mr. Henri Bosch Spencer 

Mr. Bloudeel van Cuelebroeck. 

Do 

Mr. Maurice Delfosse 



Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires.. 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad. int. 

Charge d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Minister Resident 



Juno 6, 1832 
Sept. 30, 1837 
Mar. 9,1846 
Aug. 27, 1849 
Apr* 15, 1854 
Dec. 5, 1855 
Dec. 25,1857 
Feb. 15,1859 
Aug. 25, 1865 



Sept. 30, 
Jan. 17, 
Aug. 27, 
Jan. 20, 
July 14, 
Dec. 25, 
Feb. 15, 
Mar. 4, 



1837 
1846 
1849 
1854 
1855 
1857 
1859 
1865 



BRAZIL. 



Jos6 Selvestre Rebello. 

Jose de Araujo Ribeiro 

Manoel Guithci'me dos Reis 

Jos6 Francisco de Paula Caralcanti de Albu- 
querque. 



Charg6 d'Affiiires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires 



May 26, 1824 
Aug. 12, 1829 j 
Jan. 30, J 833 j 
Dec. 31, 1833 1 



Aug. 12, 1829 
Jan. 30,3833 
Dec. 31, 1833 
June 23, 1838 



78 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

rorfuf/aJ — Spain. 



Name. 



PORTUGAL. 

John James Appleton . 
Thomas L. L. Brout . - - 



"William Steuben Smith . 

William R. King , 

Charles Pinkiiey 

Beaufort T. Watts 

John Adams Smith 

John Eauil()li)h Clay 

William W. Chew 

John Lothrop Motley . . . 

John S. Maxwell 

John Kanclolph Clay 

Colin M. lugeisoll 



State whence ap- 
pointed. 



Massachusetts . 
Virginia 



Maryland 

South Carolina. 



Pennsylvania . 
Pennsylvania . 
Massachusetts . 



Pennsylvania . 
Connecticut. .. 



Title. 



Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary, of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 
Secretary of Legation 



Date of com- 
mission. 



Mar. 3, 1819 
May 8, 1822 



July 2, 1812 
April 23, 1816 
Nov. 30,1818 
May 26, 1828 
July 16,1829 
June 4, 1830 
Mar. 7, 1837 
Sept. 10, 1841 
April 8,1842 
Mar. 15,1845 
June 15, 1848 



N o:t E . 



In the following list of diplomatic ofl&cers of foreign countries accredited to the United 
States a few errors and omissions occur, wliich will he corrected, as far as possible, in the 
next edition, of the Register. 



Eugene Schuyler 

SARDINIA. 

Eomaine Dillon 



SrAIN. 

John Graham 

George W. Erving 

Thomas L. L. Brent 

John James Aiipleton 

John Adams Smitli 

Charles S. Walsh 

Arthur Middletou, jr 

Do 

Joseph G. Coggswcll ...... 

Alexander Hamilton, jr . . 

Jasper H. Livingston 

Thomas C. Beynolds 

Frederick A. Sawyer 

Hor.atio J. Perry 

Buckingham Smith 

Robert Wickliffe Wolley . 

Green Clay 

Horatio J. Perry 

John Hay 

Alvoy A. A dee 



New York 



New York 



Virginia 



Virginia 

Massachusetts . 



Pennsylvania . 



New York 



New Hampshire 



Kentucky 

Kentucky 

New Hampshire 

Hlinois 

New York 



c7ci^i.oi«»ij ui xjcgatiuu 

Secretary of Legation 


Mar. 24,1870 




Jan. 24, 1861 


Secretary of Legation 


Aug. 31,1801 




Nov. 22,1804 


Secretary of Legation 


Oct. 15, 1814 


Secietary of Legation 


May 8, 1822 


Secretary of Legation 


April 8,1825 
June 17, 1828 


Secretary of Legation 




April 10, 1833 
Mar. 16,1836 


Secretary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation . 


Mar. 4, 1842 
April 4,1842 
June 14 1844 


Secretary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation 


May 13,1846 
June 2, 1848 


Seci-etary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation 


July 5, 1849 
J uno 5, 1855 
Dec. 22,1858 
Mar. 20, 1861 


Secretary of Legation 

Secretary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation 




April 30, 1861 
June 28,1869 


Secretary of Legation 


Secretary of Legation 


Sept. 9,1870 



ENVOYS, MINISTEES, AND CHARGES D'AFFAIRES. 79 

Sweden and Xoncaij — Tiirl-ey. 



Name. 


State whence ap- 
pointed. 


Title. 


Date of com- 
mission. 


SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 

Jolin L. Lawrence 






Feb. 3. 1814 
Sept. 26, 1816 

Mar. 6, 1851 
Sept. 23, 1858 


Christopher Hughes, jr 






TUKKEY. 


Massachusetts 

Ohio . 


Sec'y of Leg. and Ass't Dragoman 
Sec'y of Legation and Dragoman. 


John P. Brown 







, XXIIL— ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGlES D'AFFAIRES OF FOREIGN COUN- 
TRIES TO THE UNITED STATES SINCE MARCH 4, 1789. 



ARGENTINE KEPUBLIC. 



b 



Name. 


Title. 


Duration of service. 


Don Domingo F. Sarmiento 


En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 


Nov. 9,1865 


July 23,1868 
Nov. 30,1867 
Mar. 16,1869 




Do 


CIiarged'Affairesrtd. iHi. July 23,1868 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . Mar. Ifi 1Sf>n 


Dr. D. Manuel Rapael Garcia 











AUSTRIA. 



The General Baron de Marschall 

Chevalier Hnlsemann 

Do 

Count Nicholas Georj6 

Count Wydenhruck 

Baron de Franckenstein 

Baron Charles de Lederer , 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d' Affaires ad. int. 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Oct. 13,1838 
Oct. 13,1841 
Dec. 5, 1855 
Aug. 20, 18G3 
Mar. 15, 1865 
Sept. — , 18G7 
Sept. 4,1868 



June 30, 1841 
Oct. 29,1855 
Mar. 11, 1863 
Nov. 8, 1864 
July 9, 1268 
Sept. 4,1868 



BELGIUM. 



Mr. le Baron D§.sire Behr 

Mr. Charles Serruy s 

Mr. le Baron Beaulieu 

Mr. Henri Bosch Spencer 

Mr. Henri Solvyus 

Mr. Henri Bosch Spencer 

Mr. Bloudeel van Cuelebroeck. 

Do 

Mr. Maurice Delfosse 



Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Aifaires., 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad. int. 

Charg§ d'Affaires 

Minister Re.sident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
Minister Resident 



June 6, 
Sept. 30, 
Mar. 9, 
Aug. 27, 
Apr» 15, 
Dec. 5, 
Dec. 25, 
Feb. 15, 
Aug. 25, 



1832 
1837 
1846 
1849 
1854 
1855 
1857 
1859 
1865 



Sept. 30, 
Jan. 17, 
Aug. 27, 
Jan. 20, 
July 14, 
Dec. 25, 
Feb. 15, 
Mar. 4, 



1837 
1846 
1849 
1854 
1855 
1857 
1859 
1865 



BRAZIL. 



Jos6 Selvestre Rebello I Charg6 d'Affaires . 



Jo.se de Araujo Ribeiro 

Manoel Guitherme dos Reis 

Jos6 Francisco de Paula Caralcanti de Albu- 
querque. 



Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires 



May 26, 1824 
Aug. 12, 1829 
Jan. 30, 1833 
Dec. 31, 1833 



Aug. l->, lt<29 

Jan. 30,1833 

Dec. 31,1833 

June 23, 1838 



80 



KEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Envoys, Ministers, and Charges d' Affaires, cj'x: — Contiuued. 
BRAZIL— Continued. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Ernesto Feireira Franca 

Jos6 Mai'ia do Amaral 

Pedro Rodrignes Fernandes Cliaves 

Joaquim Maria Nascentes do Azatubuja 

Gaspar Jcsc de Lisboa 

Do 

Felipe Jos6 Pereira Leal 

Sergio Texeira de Macedo 

Antonio Jos6 Duarte de Aranjo Gondim 

Luis Pereira Sodr6 

Francisco Ignacio de Carvalho Moreira 

Francisco Savier da Costa Aguiar de Andrada. 
Jose Francisco de Paula Cavalcanti de Albu- 
querque. 

Antonio Pedro de Carvalho Borges 

Miguel Maria Lisboa 

Luis Augusto de Padua Fleury 

Ignacio de Avellar Barboza da Silva 

Joaquiiu Maria Nascentes de Arambuja 

Henrique Cavalcanti de Albuquerque 

Domingo Jos6 Gonsalves de Magalbaens 

Luis Augusto de Padua Fleury 

Do 

Antonio Pedro de Carvalho Borges 



Minister Resident 

Cliarg§ d' Aiiaires 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

Charg6 d' Affaires. 

Minister Resident . . 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Chargfe d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Chargfe d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



June 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 



23. 1838 

27. 1839 

17. 1840 

31. 1840 

29. 1841 
16, 1845 
22, 1847 
12, 1849 

1, 1851 

17. 1851 

21. 1852 
1, 1855 

29, 185G 



Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Charg6 
En. Ex. 
Cbarg6 
Charg6 
En. Ex, 



d'Affaires 

and Min. Plen . . 

d'Affaires 

d'Affaires 

and Min. Plen . . 

d' Afl'aires 

and Min. Plen .. 

d'Affiiires 

d'Affaires 

and Min. Plen . . 



Sept. 1, 
Oct. 3, 
Apr. 28, 
May 27, 
Sept. 23, 
Jan. 21, 
July 5, 
Aug. 21, 
Oct. 13, 
Oct. 9, 



1858 
1859 
1864 
1864 
1865 
1867 
1867 
1867 
1870 
1871 



Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

Oct. 



27. 1839 

17. 1840 
31, 1840 
29, 1841 
11,1845 
22, 1847 
12, 1849 

1, 1851 

17. 1851 

21. 1852 
1,1855 • 

29, 1856 
3, 1859 



Oct. 3, 1S59 
Sept. 23, 1865 
May 27,1864 
Sept. 23, 1865 
July 5, 1867 
July 5, 1867 
Oct. 9, 1871 
Dec. 23,1867 
Oct. 9, 1871 



CENTRAL AMERICA. 



General Memucan Hunt 


En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Minister Plenipotentiary 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires 


July 6,1837 
Oct. 9, 1838 
May 9,1839 
Apr. 20, 1840 


May 22,1838 




Richard G. Dunlap 


Apr. 20,1840 


Barnard E. Bee 


Isaac Van Tondt 




J. Pinckney Henderson 


Special agent 















CHILI. 



Manuel Carrallo 

Do 

Juan Bello 

Senor F. S. Asta Burua'ga 

Alberto Blest Gana 

Mariano Sanchez Fontecilla 

Senor Don Joaquin Godoy 

Senor Don Francisco Gonzalez Errazuriz . 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Cliarg6 d'Affaires 

Qharge d' Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charg6 d Afiiiires ad int. 




July 7, 1835 

Sept. 17, 1860 
Jiin. 28,1867 
Jan. 11, 1868 
Apr. 1, 1869 
Apr. !), 1872 



COLOMBIA, REPUBLIC OF. {For continuation, see New Granada.) 



Manuel Torres 

Jos6 Maria Salazar. 

Alejandro "V61ez 

Havier de Medina. . 
Domingo Acosta 



Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . 

Charge d'Affaires. 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 



June 18, 1822 
June 10, 1823 
June 17, 1828 
Oct. 14,1828 
Dec. 31,1831 



June 10, 1823 
June 17, 1828 
Oct. 14, 1828 
Dec. 31,1831 
May 16,1832 



ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGES D AFFAIRES. 



81 



Envoys, Ministers, and Charges (TJffaircs, <^'c. — Coutinued. 
*COLOMBIA, IJNITED STATES OF. 



Ifaiue. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Manuel Murillo . . . 
Francisco Parraga. 
Eustoijio Salgar . . . 
Manuel Murillo . . . 

Santos Acosta 

Enrique Cortes. . . . 

Santiago Perez 

Do 

Rafail Pombo 

Carlos Martin 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Cliarg6 d' Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Envoy Extraordinary . . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d' Affaires 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



Feb. 9, 18C4 
Sept. 10, 1864 
Aug. 16, 1867 




COSTA RICA. 



Felipe Molina 

Luis Molina 

Xapoleon Escalante 

Luis Molina 

Ezequiel Gutierrez . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
Charg6 d' Affaires 



Mar. 24, 1851 
June 14, 1855 
Nov. 24, 1857 
Nov. 24, 1857 
Sept. 20, 1866 



tFeb. 1,1855 
Nov. 24,1857 
Apr. 10,1858 
Aug. 27, 1866 
Oct. 28,1868 



DENMARK. 



Peder Blicher Olsen 

Peder Pedersen 

Do 

Steen Bille 

Torben Bille 

"Waldemar Rudolph Raasloff 

Do 

Harold Dollner 

Frantz Ernst Bille 

Do 

Christian Thomson Christensen . 



Min. Res. and Con.-Gen . . 
Ch. d' Aff. and Con.-Gen. . 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d' Affaires 

Charge d' Affaires 

Charge d' Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d' Affaires 

Charge d' Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Charg6 d'Affairesadinf. 



Jan. 16, 1601 
Apr. 5, 1805 
June 28, 1815 
Jan. 6, 1830 
Mar. 17,1854 
Dec. 26,1857 
Jan. 15,1864 
Jan. 22,1867 
Dee. 28,1867 
Sept. 25, 1869 
Mar. 30, 1871 



Apr. 
June 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Aug. 



5, 1805 

28, 1815 

9, 1831 

4, 1854 

1, 1857 

15, 1864 

22, 1867 

28, 1867 

25, 1869 

7, 1872 



ECUADOR. 



General Jos6 Villamil Charge d' Affaires. 

Antonio Flores Charg6 d" Affaires. 



Feb. 11,1853 
Dec. 5, 1860 
Senator Antonio Flores I M. R. and P. to Peace C. Mar. 25, 1870 



Apr. 13,1854 
Mar. 30,1861 



FRANCE. 



L. A. Pichon 

General Turreau 

M. Serurier 

M. Roth 

G. Hyde de Neuville 

M.Roth 

Count de Menou ' Charge d' Affaires ad int. 

Baron de Mareuil | En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 

Count do Menou [ Charge d'Affaires ad int. 

Roux de Rochelle En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Charge d'Aflaires 

Min. Plen 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Aftaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 



— , J801 

Mar. — , 1805 

—,1811 

Jan. 23,1816 
June — , 1816 
Juno — , 1820 
June 29, 1822 
Aug. 3,1824 
July 13,1827 
July — , 1830 



Jan. 23, 
Juno — , 
Juno 29, 
Feb. — , 
Aug. 3, 
July 13, 
July -, 
Mar. 7, 



1804 
1810 
1816 
1816 
1823 
1621 
1824 
1627 
1S30 
,1831 



' See Republic of Colombia and .New Granada. 

6 



t Died in the United States. 



82 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Envoys, Ministers, and Cliargh dJ Affaires, ^-c. — Coutiuued. 
FRAK^CE— Continued . 



Name. 



M. Serurier 

M. Alphonse Pageot 

Do 

M. Edouard Pontois 

M. Alphonse Pageot 

M. Louis Adolphe Aime Pourior de Bacourt. 

M.Chatry de la Fosse 

Alphonse Joseph Tver Pageot 

Do 

M. William Tell Savalle6 Poussin 

M. de Bourboulon 

M. Ernest Andr6 Olivier Sian de Boislecomte. 

M. de Gilibert 

M. de Sartiges 

Tiscount Treilhard 

M. Henrj- Mercier 

M. de Geofroy 

Marquis de Moutliolon 

M. Jules Berthemy 

Provost Paradol 

M. le Viconj to Jules Treilhard 

M. de Bcllonnet 

Marquis de Noailles 



Title. 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Charge d' Aifaires . . . 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 

Min. Plen. ad int 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires atZ in^ 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 




GEKMANT.t 



Baron Gerolt 

Baron Alvensleben. 
Kurd von Schlozer. . 



Envoy and Min. Plen... 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 
Envoy and Min. Plen... 



June 29, 1871 
Aug. 1,1871 



June 29,1871 
Aug. 1,1871 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



George Hammond 

Phineas Bond 

Robert Liston 

Edward Thornton 

Anthony Merry 

Honorable David M. Erskine 

Francis James Jackson 

John Philip Morier 

Augustus Johu Foster 

Authony St. Johu Baker 

Honorable Charles Bagot 

Gibbs Crawford Antrobus 

Right Honorable Sir Stratford Canning 

Henry Urswin Addington 

Right Honorable Charles Richard Vaughan. 

Chailes Bankhead 

Right Honorable Charles Richard Vaughan. 
Charles Bankhead 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. E.x. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 

Charge d' Affixires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

«Charg6 d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
ChargS d'Affaires ad i?ii- 
Eu. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Affaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Aflairesadijit. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Oct. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Jnly 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Apr. 



Henry Stephen Fox 

* M. Paradol died in Washington this date. M. Berthemy immediately re-assumed 
t For Prussia, see page a7. For North German Union, see page 86. 



— , 1791 


Aug. 


14, 


14, 179.i 


May 


12, 


16, 1796 


Nov. 


— , 


22, 1800 


Nov. 


26, 


29, 1803 


Nov. 


3, 


3, 1806 


Oct. 


3, 


3, 1809 


Aug. 


31, 


31, 1810 


July 


2, 


2,1811 


June 18, 


23, 1815 


Mar. 


18, 


21, 1816 


Apr. 


14, 


14, 1819 


Sept. 


25, 


16, 1820 


Aug. 


9- 


9, 1823 


Aug. 


15, 


20, 1825 


May 


9, 


9, 1831 


Mar. 


29, 


29, 1833 


Sept. 


20, 


20, 1835 


Api". 


1, 


1, 1836 


Feb. 


21, 



1796 

1800 
1300 
1806 
1809 
1810 
1811 
1812 
1816 
1819 
1820 
1823 
1825 
1831 
1833 
1835 
1836 
1844 
charge of the legation. 



ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGES D AFFAIRES. 

Envoys, Jlinhters, and Charges d' Affaires, <^-c. — Continued. 



bo 



GREAT BKITAIX— Coutinueil. 



Kight Honorable Lord Ashlmrton 

Eight Houorablo Eicliard Pakeubam 

John Fienncs Twisleton Craiuiiton 

Kigbt Honorable Sir Henry Lytton Buhver. 

Jobu Fiennes Twisleton Cramptou 

Do 

Philip Griffith 

John Fiennes Twisleton Cranipton 

Earl of Elgin ami Kincardine 

Philip Griffith 

John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton 

John Savile Leemley 

John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton 

Lord Xapier 

Kiglit Honorable Lord Lyons 

"William Douglas Irvine 

Right Honorable Lord Lyons 

Honorable William Stuart 

Right Honorable Lord Lyons 

Honorable William Stuart 

Eight Honorable Lord Lyons , 

Joseph Hume Burnley 

Right Honorable Lord Lyons 

Joseph Hume Burnley 

Honorable Sir Fi'ederic W. A. Bruce 

Francis Clare Ford 

Sir Edward Thornton 

Honorable Francis John Pakenham 

Right Honorable Sir Edward Thornton 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



On special mission in 1842 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d' Aflaires «(i int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
Charge d' Affaires afHdf 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen.. 
Charge d'Aftaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 
On special mission in 1854 
Cliarge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affiiires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Atfaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charge d'Atfaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Atfaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 
Charge d'Atfaires adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 



Feb. 21, 1844 
May 21, 1847 
Dec. 24, 1849 
Aug. 13, 1851 
Feb. 15,1852 
July 11,1853 
July 25, 1853 



Aug. 21, 1854 
Sept. 8,1854 
May 3, 18.">5 
June 3,1855 
Mar. Ifi, 1857 
Apr. 12,1859 
July 28, 18G0 
Oct. 27,1860 
June 16, 1862 
Nov. 14, 1862 
Aug. 15, 1863 
Oct. 12,1863 
Aug. 26, 1864 
Oct. 28,1864 
Dec. 9, 1864 
Apr. 12, 1865 
Sept. 9,1867 
Feb. 4, 1868 
July 22, 1871 
Dec. 11,1871 



May 21, 184T 
Dee. 22,1849 
Aug. 13, 1851 
Feb. 15, 1852 
July 11,1853 
July 25,1853 
Aug. 21, 1854 



Sept. 

May 

Juno 

May 

Apr. 

July 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Dec. 



8. 1854 

3. 1855 
3, 1855 

28, 1856 

11. 1859 

23. 1860 
27, 1860 
16, 1862 

14. 1862 

15. 1863 
12, 1863 
26, 1864 

28. 1864 
9, 1864 

10. 1865 

18. 1867 

28. 1868 
22, 1871 
11,1871 



GEEECE. 



Alexandre Rizo Eangab6 . 
Cleon Rizo Eangab6 



Minister Eesident 
Charge d'Affaires . 



June 13, 1867 
July 1, 1866 



July 1, 1868 
Sept. 23, 1870' 



GUATEMALA. 



Felipe Molina 

Do 

Antonio Jose de Yrisani. 
Jose Maria Vela 



Charg6 d'Affiiires 

Min. Plenipotentiary ... 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Chai'ge d'Affaires 



July 


10 


1851 


June 21 


1852 


Sept 


4 


1855 


Oct. 


12 


1868 



June 21, 1852 
^Feb. 1, 1855 
'Juno 10,1868 
Oct. 9, 1871 



HAWAII. 



William Little Lee . 
Elisha H. Allen .... 

S. TJ. F. Odell 

Charles C. Harris. . 
Elisha H. AUcn . . . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen.. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen .. Jan. 15, 1870 



July 12, 1855 
June 9,1864 
Feb. 23,1865 
July 16,1867 



Oct. — , 1855 

Feb. 23,1865 

July 16,1867 

Jan. 15,1870 



■ Died in the United States this date. 



84 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Envoys, Ministers, and Charges d^ Affaires, <^~c. — Contiuued. 
HATTI. 



Name. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 




Ernest Eoumain 

Demosthenes Bruno . 

George F. TJsher 

George Eaoster 

E variste Laroche 

Stephen Preston 



Charg6 (V Affaires 

Cbarg6 cV Affaires 

Acting Charg6 cV Affaires 

-Chargfe d' Affaires 

Charge d' Affaires .... 
Minister Resident . . . 



HONDURAS. 



Don Ignatius Gomez 

Josfi r. Barrundio 

Leon Alvarado 

Seuor Don Luis Molina 

Senor Don Ignacio Gomez ! 



Charg§ d' Affair-es 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
Min. Plenipotentiary. . . 



-Tune 18, 1849 
May 29, 1854 
Apr. 10, 1857 
Sept. 24, 1860 
Feh. 25,1868 



*Aug. 4, 1854 
Mar. 30,1860 
Oct. 21,1867 
Nov. 1, 1869 



ITALY. 



Chevalier Joseph Bertinatti. 

Do: 

H. Cantagalli 

Chevalier Marcello Cerruti. . 

Count Luigi Colobiano 

Count Louis Corti 



Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen .. 
Charge d'Aflaires, adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen.. 
Charg§ d'Aflaires, adint. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 



Apr. 11, 1861 
July 30,1864 
June 8,1866 
Aug 30, 1867 
July 2,1869 
May 13,1870 



July 30,1864 
Aug. 30,1867 
Aug. 30, 1867 
May 13,1870 
May 13,1870 



JAPAN. 



Jugoi Arinori Mori 

On a special mission. 

Sionii Tomomi Iwakura 

Jussammi Takayossi Kido 

Jussammi Tossimitsi Okubo 

Jushie nirobumie Ito 

Jushie Massouka Yamagutsi 



Charge d' Affaires Mar. — . 1871 



Ambassador Extraor'y 
Vice-Ambassador Ex. . 
Vice- Ambassador Ex. . 
Vice- Ambassador Ex. . 
Vice- Ambassador Ex. . J 



Mar. 4,1872 



July 23,1872 



LIBERIA. 



John B. Pliinney 
H. M. Schieflelin 



Charg6 d'Affaires . 
Charg6 d'Affaires. 



May 18, 1864 
July 8, 1865 



July 8, 1865 



MEXICO. 



Jos6 Manuel de Zozaya j En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 

Cliargfi d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad. int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad. int. 

Charge d' Afiiiires 

Charg6 d'Affaires 

Cliarge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Jos6 A. Torrens 

Pablo Obrogon 

Jose Maria Montoya 

Jos6 Maria Tornel 

Jos6 M. Arroyo 

Jos6 Montoya 

Angel Iturbide 

Jos6 M. del Castillo 

Francisco Pizarro Martinez 



Dec. 12, 1822 
Dec. 22,1823 
Nov. 27, 1824 
Sept. 4,1828 
Feb. 8, 1830 
Mar. 8, 1831 
June 6,1831 
Apr. 11,1833 
June 26, 1833 
Oct. 16,1837 



May 21, 
Nov. 27, 
Sept. 4, 
Feb. 8, 
March 3, 
June 6, 
April 11, 
June 26, 
Oct. 16, 
tFeb. 9, 



1823 
1824 
1828 
1830 
1831 
1831 
1833 
1833 
1837 
1840 



Died in the United States this date. 



t Minister died at legation this date. 



ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGES D AFFAIRES. 

linvoys, Ministers, atid Charges d'Jffaires, <.j-c. — Coutiuued. 
MEXICO-Contiimed. 



85 



Xame. 



Jose M. Arroyo 

Juau N. Almonte 

Luis de la Rosa 

Jost3 M. Gonzali'z <le la Vega 

Manuel Larraiuzur 

Juan N. Almonte 

Angel Eturbiile 

ISIanuel Robles Pezula 

G regorio Barandiaron 

Jose Maria Mata 

Mutias Romero 

Do 

Iguacio Mariscal 

Do 

Manuel Castilla y Portugal . 
Francisco Gomez Palacio . . . 



Title. 



Charge 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
En. Ex. 
Charge 
Chargfi 



d' Affaires ad int. 
and Min. Plen . . . 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Atiaires ad. int. 
and Min. Plen... 
and Min. Plen... 
d' Affaires ad. int. 
and Min. Plen... 
d' Affaires ai. int. 
and Min. Plen . . . 
d'Affaires ad. int. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d Aflaires ad. inf. 
and Min. Plen. .. 
d'Affaires rtd.ifit 
d'Affaires ad. int. 



Duration of service. 



Feb. 


10, 1840 




Oct. 


27, 1842 


'March 6, 1845 


Dec. 


2, 1848 


Jan. 10, 1852 


Jan. 


10, 1832 


May 22,1852 


May 


22, 1852 


July 6, 1853 


July 


7, 1853 


Feb. 0, 1856 


Feb. 


C, 1856 


April 17, 18.56 


Apr. 


17, 1850 


Aug. 3, 1858 


Aug. 


3, 1858 


April 28, 1859 


Apr. 


28, 1859 


Aug. 10,1860 


Aug. 


IC, 1800 


April 27, 1863 


Oct. 


29, 1803 


July 13,1868 


Oct. 


5, 1807 


April 6,1868 


^ug 


11, 1808 
14, 1870 




Apr. 


Juno 23, 1870 


May 


3, 1871 


Aug. 4, 1872 



•NETHEELAls'DS. 



Pieter Johan van Berkel 

Franco Pctrus van Berhel 

R. G. van Polanen 

D. F. Changuiou 

G. Ten Cato 

Vicomte Goupy de Quabeck 

Chevalier C. D. E. J. Bangeman Huygens 

Chevalier R. Bangeman Huygens 

E. M. A. Martini 

Chevalier T. C. Gevers 

Chevalier Francois Mathieu WeucesUs Testa. 

Chevalier T. C. Gevers 

H. C. DuBois 

T. M. Roest van Limburg 

Do 

J. A. Mazel 

Do 

Bernhard do "Westenberg 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 

Charge d'Atiaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
Min. Res. (provisionally). 

Minister Resident , 

Minister Resident , 



Oct. 31, 
May 14, 
Aug. 30, 
Dec. — , 
Mar. 27, 
Oct. 19, 
Aug. 26, 
Jan. 5, 
July 11, 
Xov. 8, 
July 30, 
June 10, 
May 6, 
June 17, 
Jan. 23, 
June 14, 
Nov. 23, 
Aug. 1, 



1783 
1789 
1796 
1814 
1816 
1818 
1825 
1832 
1833 
1842 
1845 
1854 
1856 
1857 
1861 
1867 
1868 
1871 



May 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
July 
Nov. 
July 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Jan. 
tMay 
Nov. 
Aug. 



8, 1788 

5, 1795 
18, 1802 
37, 1816 
20, 1818 
20, 1822 

5, 1832 
11, 1833 

8, 1842 
30, 1845 
10, 1854 

8, 1855 
17, 1857 
23, 1861 

10. 1867 

23. 1868 
1, 1871 



NEW GRANADA. {Fo'r continuation see United States of Colombia.) 



Domingo Acosta I Charge d'Affaires. 

Joaquin Acosta 

Pedro A. Ilerran 

Rafael Ri vas 

Victorina de Paredes 

Pedro A. Herrau 

Rafael Pom bo 

Seiior J. M. Hurtado 



Charg6 d'Atiaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
Charg6 d'Atiaires ad int. 
Special E. E. and M. P. . . 



May l(i, 1832 


July 22 


July 22, 1842 


Dec. 4 


Doc. 4, 1847 


Aug. 29 


Aug. 29, 1840 


Juno 7 


April 27, 1852 


Aug. 24 


Aug. 24, 1855 


Mar. 5 


Jan. 19,1860 


Ang. 3 


Mar. 5.1803 


July 23 



, 1842 
,1847 
, 1849 
,1850 
, 1855 
, 1863 
,1861 
, 1863 



* Demanded passport on a ccount of breaking out of hostilities. t Recalled October 21, 1868. 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Envoys, JJiinsters, and Charges d'Affaires, 4'C. — Continued. 
^^:CAEAGUA. 



Xame. 



Title. 



Ignatius Gomez Charge d'Aflfaires 

Eduardo Carcache Charge d'Affaires 

Jos6 deMarcoleta ' En. Es.andMin. Plen... 

Do En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Agnstin Tijil En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 

John P. Hei-ss Charge d'Affaires 

Antonio Jose de Trisarri En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

General Maximo Jerez En. Es. and Min. Plen... 

Euis Molina Charge d'Affaires 

Iguacio Gomez . Min. Plenipotefltiary 

Jose Rosa Perez Charge d'Affaires 

Emilio Benard ' Minister Resident 



Duration of service. 



June 18, 
Dec. 24, 
Feb. 22, 
ITov. 17, 
May 14, 
June 23, 
Oct. 17, 
Oct. 5, 
Mar. 16, 
Feb. 23, 
Feb. 2, 
Aug. 9, 



1849.. 

1849 
1851 ; 
1853 I 

1856 ' 
1856 

1857 ' 
1858 
1861 ' 
186Si 
1870 I 
1872 I 



July 20, law 
Dec. 30,1852 
May 14,1856 
June 23,1856 
Xov. 3, 1856 
Jan. 11,18.19 
June 7, 1859 
Sept. 30, 1867 



XOETH GERMAN TTNTCOX.* 


Baron Gerolt 


Envoy and Min . Plen . . . 


Jan. 24,1866 


July 5, 1871 


PERU. 



Jose Joaquin de Osma 

Juan I. de Osma 

Jose Manuel Firadx 

Juan Ignacix de Osma 

Jose Joaquin de Osma 

Juan Ignacix de Osma 

Jose Manuel Firadx 

Juan Ignacix de Osma 

Do 

Cipriano Coronel Tegawa 

Federico L. Barreda 

Jose Carlos Tracy 

Emelio Bonifaz 

Jose Antonia Garcia y Garcia , 

Federico L. Barreda 

Benjamin Medina 

Jose Antonio Garcia y Garcia 
Coronel Manuel Frevre 



En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 

Charge d'Affaires 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ai int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Dec. 


21, 


1846 


j!lOV. 


30, 


1848 


May 


10, 


1850 


Aug. 


29, 


1850 


Sept. 


23, 


1852 


April 2, 


1853 


June 15, 1854 | 


Mar. 


16, 


1855 


Feb. 


18, 


1856 


Mar. 


28 


1859 


Mar. 


10 


1862 


July 


15, 


1864 


Jan. 


22 


1865 


April 17 


1865 


May 


29 


1866 


May 


6, 1867 1 


Xov. 


19 


1867 


June 


9 


1869 



Xov. 30,1848 
May 10,1850 
Aug. 29, 1850 
Sept. 23, 1852 
April 2,1853 
June 15, 1854 
Mar. 16,1855 
Feb. 18,1856 
Dec. 22,1858 
Nov. 26,1860 
July 15,1864 
Jan. 22,1863 
April 17, 1865 
Mar. 18,1866 
May 6, 1867 
Nov. 19,1867 
May 8, 1869 



PORTUGAL. 



Jose Rademater 

Jose Correa da Serra , 

Jose Amado Grahon 

Joaquin Barroso Pereira 

Francisco Solano Constancio 

Joaquin Barroso Pereira 

Frederico Toolades de Azambuja 

Joaquin Cesar de Figaniere 6 Mor^ 

Jose d'Ahneida Figaniere 

Antonio Candido de Taria 

Baron de "Wiederhold 



Charge d'Affaires 




— , 1805 


Oct. 


12, 1816 


En. Ex. and Min. Plen.. 


Oct. 


12,1816 


Dec. 


4, 1820 


Charg6 d'Affaires 


Dec. 


4, 1820 


June 25, 1822 


Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 


June 25, 1822 


Nov. 


16, 1822 


Charge d'Affaires 


Not. 


11, 1822 


Jan. 


15, 1824 


Charge d'Affaires 


Jan. 


15, 1824 


Aug. 


26, 18-28 


Charg6 d'Affaires 


Aug. 


26, 1828 


Mar. 


— , 1835 


Charg6 d'Aff;iires 


Mar. 


—,1835 


June 


1, 1838 


Charge d'Affaires 


June 


1, 1833 


Oct. 


2,1839 


Charge d'Affaires 


Oct- 


2, 1839 


Nov. 


21, 1839 


Charge d'Affaires ad int. 


Kov. 


21, 1839 


Dec. 


30, 1840 



For continuation see Germany, p. 86. 



ENVOYS, MIXISTERS, AND CHARGES D AFFAIRES. 

Envoys, Ministers, and Charges d' Affaires, ^c. — Coutiuued. 
PORTUGAL— Continued. 



87 



Xame. 



Title. 



Dnration of service. 



Jcaqnin Cesar de Figaniere 6 Mordo 

Do 

Manuel Garcia da Kosa 

Miguel Martins d' Antas 

Manuel Garcia da Rosa 

Antouia da Ciinha Sotto Maior 

Joao de Souza Lobo 



Minister Resident ! Dec. 30, 1840 Oct. 24. Ir54 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . ! Oct. 24, 1854 , Dec. 24, 18C6 
Charge dAffaires ad uif. ! Dec. 24,1866 May 31,1867 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . May 31, 1667 1 Feb. 22, 1870 

Charge d' Affaires June 30, 18fi7 | April 2, 1868 

Charge d' Affaires Feb. 22, 1870 j Jan. 12, 1872 

En. Ex. andMin. Pleu... Jan. 12,1872' 



PRUSSIA. 



Friedrich Greuhn 

Councillor Xiederstetter 
Councillor von Roenne . . 

Do 

Baron Gerolt 

t Baron von Roenne 

Baron Gerolt 

Do 



Minister Resident Xov. 11, 

Charge d' Affaires June 6,; 

Charge d' Affaires ' June 24, ] 

Minister Resident Oct. 27, 

Minister Resident Dec. 14, 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . [ Jan. 26, ] 

Minister Resident [ Dec. 22, 

En. Es.andMin.Plen... :S'ov. 8,1 



1317 


Dec. 


1, 1823 


1825 


Mar. 


31,1830 


1834 


Oct. 


27, 1836 


1936 


Dec. 


14, 1844 


1844 


Jan. 


26, 1848 


1849 


Dec. 


22, 1849 


1849 


Xov. 


8,1854 


1854 


Jan. 


24, 1868 



RUSSIA. 



Andr6 de Daschkoff Charge d' Affaires 

Comte Theodore von de.s Pahlen Min. Plenipotentiary. . 



Andre de Daschkoff 

Do 

Chevelier Pierre Poletica 

George Ellisen 

Baron de Tuyll 

Baron F. de Maltitz 

Baron de Krudener 

Baron Sacken 

George Krehmen 

Alexander de Bodisco 

Count de Zabielo 

Edward de Stoeckl , 

Constantine C'atacazy 

Edward de Stoeckl Chargg d'Affaires 

Do En. Ex. and Min. Plen.. 

Baron d'Osten Sacken ! Charg6 d'Affaires ad int 

TTladeniar Bodisco Charge d'Affaires ad i/it 

Do Charg6 d'Aff'aires ad iyit 

Constantine Catacazy ' En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . 

Talerien Schirkoff Charg6 d'Affaires 

Baron Henri dOffenberg En.Ex 



Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Afin. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge d'Affaires ad int 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 

Charge d'Affaires 

Charge d'Affaires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charge d'Affaires ad int. 
Charg6 d'Affaires ad int. 



June 8, 
April 1, 
July 2, 
Xov. 15, 
Aug. 11, 
Apr. 25. 
Apr. 19, 
Mar. 14, 
Dec. 20, 
Aug. 16, 
Aug. 15, 
May 5, 
Sept. 8, 
June 18, 
Jan. 23, 
Mar. 24, 
Feb. 21, 
Aug. 14, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct 13, 
Sept. 24, 
Jan. 2, 
Apr. 30, 



1808 
1809 
1809 
1811 
1819 
1822 
1823 
1826 
1827 
1830 
1836 



April 1,1809 
July 2, 1809 
Xov. 15,1811 
Mar. 6, 1819 
Apr. 25,1822 
Apr. 19,1823 
Mar. 14, 18^>6 
Dec. 20,1827 
;Mar. 20.1837 
Feb. 20,1833 
May 5, 1838 
1838 :§Jan. 23, 1854 
1843 I Xov. 7. 1844 
1849 , May 5, 1850 
1854 I Mar. 24, 1854 
1854 Feb. 21,1857 

1857 ! April 20, 1869 

1858 : May —,1859 
1866 > Mar. 20, 1867 



1368 
1869 
1872 
1872 



Sept. 24. 1869 
Nov. 24, 1871 
April 30, 1872 



* For continuation see North Germany, p. 86. 

t Baron von Roenne was recognized oil the 2lUh of Februarv, 1849, in the additional capacity of Am- 
bassador from the German Central Gnrernment at Fraukfort-on-the -Main. 

; Letter anncmncing Baron de Knidener's recall, is dated March 23, 1837, and was delivered by Mr. 
A. de Bodisco, his succes.sor. Maj- 5, 1838. 

§ Died in the United States. 



88 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Envoys, Miuistcrs, and Charges d' Affaires, tj'-c. — Coutiuued. 
SALYADOK. 



2Came. 



Title. 



Ignatius Gomez 

Felipe Molina 

Autouio Jose de Trisarri 

L. Moiitufar 

Henry Segur 

Antonio Jose de Trisarri 
Jose Maria Tela 



\ Charge d'Affaires 

Min. Plenipotentiary. . 
Min. Plenipotentiary. . 
En. Ex. andMin. Plen. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. 
Miu. Plenipotentiary.. 
Charge d'Atfaires 



Duration of service. 



Jane 18, 1849 
Oct 17,1853 
Sept. i, 1855 
Apr. 23, 1862 
June 17, 1663 

* 1864 

Oct. 12,1868 



Feb. 1, 1S55 
Mar. 13,1863 
June 14, 1862 
Oct. —,1863 
June 10,1868 
Oct. 9, 1871 



SAEDIKIA. 



Count de Colobiano Charge d'Atfaires 

Count de Montalto Charge d' Aflaires 

Chevalier L. Mossi Charge d" Aflaires 

I. Talerio ' Charge d' Aflaires ad int. 

Marquis A. Taliacarne Charge d' Aflaires 

I. Talerio '■ Charge d' Aflaires ad int 

The Chevalier Joseph Bertinatti j Charge d'Affaires 

Do I Minister Kesident. 



Aug. 8, 1842 
Sept. 18, 1846 
Apr. 6, 1853 
July 20,1853 
Jan. 23, 1855 
June 23, 1855 
aiar. 27,1861 
tApr. 11,1861 



SPALN^ 



Diego Gardoqui 

Jose Jardeues 

Jose Ignacio Tiar 

Carlos M. de Irnjo 

Talentin de Foranda 

Jose Ignacio Tiar 

Luis de Onis 

Mateo de la Serva 

Francisco Dionisio Teves 

Hilario liivas y Salmon 

Joaquin de Anduaga 

Hilario llivas y Salmon 

Francisco Tacon 

Miguel Tacon 

Augel Calderon de la Barca 

Pedro Alcantara Argaiz 

Fidencio Bour man 

Angel Calderon de la Barca 

Jose Maria Magallon 

Leopoldo Augusto de Cinto 

Alfonso Escalaute 

Jose Maria Magallon 

Gabriel Gaicia y Tassara 

Facundo Goni 

Mauricio Lopez Roberts 

Admiial Don Jose Polo de Bernabe. 



Minister Kesident 

Minister Eesident ' 

Charge d' Aflaires ! May 

Minister Eesident I July 20, 

Charge d'Atfaires July 13, 

Charge d'Atfaires ' May 1 

Minister Resident ! Oct. 6, 

Charge d'Atfaires | ^ay ll'. 

Minister Eesident ' Apr. 12, 

Charge d'Aflaires , Sept. 30 

Minister Resident Oct. 31 

Charge d' Afiiiires Mar. 20, 

Minister Resident ! July 23, 

Charge d'Atfaires i June 30, 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . j Dec. 5, 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . | Oct. 9, 

Charge d'Affaires j Fob. 29, 

Minister Eesident I Aug. 10, 



Charge d'Aflaires 

Mijiister Eesident 

Minister Resident 

Charge d'Aff'aires 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen . . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 



Au 

May 29, 
Oct. 2, 
Ifov. 12, 
Feb. 23, 
Mar. 15, 
Mar. 19, 
Apr. 5, 



, 1794 
, 1796 
, 1796 
!, 1807 
, 1809 I 
, 1809 
,1819 
,, 1820 
, 1821 
, 1821 ! 
, 1823 ' 
, 1827 \ 
, 1835 
, 1835 ; 
, 1839 j 
, 1844 
, 1844 1 
, 1853 I 
, 1854 I 
i, 1855 j 
,, 1856 I 
, 1857 
, 1867 
,1869 
,1872 



May 
July 20 
July 13 
May 17 
Oct. 6 
Apr. 30 
Apr. 7, 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 31 
Mar. 20 
July 23 
June 22 
Dec. 5 
Aug. 19 
Feb. 1 
Aug. 10 
Au 

May 29 
Aug. 11 
Nov 



Feb. 
Mar 
Mar. 19 

Mar. 29 



, 1794 
, 1796 
, 1796 
,1807 
,1809 
1, 1809 
, 1819 
,1820 
,1821 
,1821 
, 1823 
,1827 
, 1835 
, 1835 
,1839 
, 1844 
, 1844 
!, 1853 
,1854 
,1855 
, 1856 
, 1857 
,1867 
, 1869 
1872 



'*Some time previous to July. 

t Date of note announcing assumption by Tictor Emmanuel II of title of King of Italy. 



ENVOYS, MINISTERS, AND CHARGES D'AFFAIRES. 89 

Envoys, Ministers, and Charges (T Affaires, ^'c. — Continued. 
SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



k 



Xaine. 



Title. 



Duration of service. 



Johan Albert Eantzore 

Baron Robert Gustaf Stackelberg 

David Gustaf Anckarloo 

Severin Lorich 

Gustaf (In Xordin 

Adam Liivenskiold 

George Sibbern 

Do 

Bai'on Nils Eric "WilUden "Wetterstedt. 

Corate Edward Piper 

Baron Nils Eric Wilhden "Wetterstedt. 

Comto Carl Lewenhaupt 

Oluf Stenersen 



Minister Resident 

Charge d Affaires 

Charge dAfifaires 

Charge d Aifaires 

Charge d' Affaires 

Charge d Affaires 

Charge dAffaires 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

Minister Resident 

En. Ex. and Min. Plen. .. 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



23, 1813 i 

4, 1819 [ 

27, 1832 I 

23, 1834 j 

15, 1838 j 

27, 1846 i 

10, 1851 j 

8, 1854 I 

1, 1858 

7, 1861 

2, 1864 

6, 1869 

28, 1870 , 



Mar. 
June 
Mar. 
Mar. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



21, 1819 

6. 1832 

8. 1833 
11, 1837 
15, 1845 
25, 1850 

8, 1854 
1, 1858 

11, 1861 
2, 1864 
6, 1869 

28, 1870 



TURKEY. 



Blaciue Bey 

Baltazza Effendi. 



En.Ex. and Min. Plen... Aug. 23, 1867 I 

I " I 

Charge dAffaires ad int. , May — , 1870 Aug. — , 1871 



TWO SICILIES. 



Chevalier Rocco Martuscelli 

J. C. Vertu 

Baron Winspeare 

The Commander, Achille Ferrer 

The Chevalier Pdlassone 

Guiseppe Anfora dei Duchi di Liccignano. 



Charge d' Affaires 

Charge dAffaires ad wit. 

Charge d' Affaires 

Charge d' Affaires ad inf 

Charge dAffaires 

CharK6 d' Affaires ad int. 




VENEZUELA. 



Lucio Pnlido 

Ramon Aspuriia 

Francisco Aranda 

Florencio Ribas 

Manuel de Briceno 

Jose A Paez 

Bias Bruzual 

Florencio Ribas 

Manuel Munoz y Castro. 



Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charge d' Affaires 

Min. Plenipotentiary 

Charge d' Affaires ad int. 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen... 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
En. Ex. and Min. Plen. . . 
Charge dAffaires ad int. 
Charge d' Affaires 



Oct. 1, 1S51 
Mar. 7,1854 
Feb. 28, 1850 
Nov. 6, 1856 
Jan. 6, 1856 
Oct. 19,1860 
Sept. 5, 1864 ; 
June 22, 1867 j 
Feb. 8, 1869 



Dec. 7, 1754 
Nor. 6, 1856 
Jan. 6, 1858 

Feb. 16,1861 
June 22, 1867 
Aug. 25, 1868 
Oct 28, 1869 



■ Died in the United States. 



90 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



XXIV.— TREATIES BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUN- 
TRIES WHICH HAVE BEEN PROCLAIMED SINCE MARCH 4, 1869. 



Countries. 


Subject. 


Date concluded. 


Date proclaimed. 






1870. 


1871. 


Austria-Hungary 




July 11 


June 29. 




September 20 ... 
1871. 


August 1. 






1872. 


Austria-Hunnary 


Trade-marks 


November 25 . . . 


June 1. 






18G8. 


1869. 






November 16 


July 30. 






1870. 




Riglits, privileges, and immunities of consuls. . 


Decembers 


March 7. 




1869. 






December 20 


July 30. 

1870. 










July 19 






Additional articles to the treaty of June 18, 
1858. Trade, consvils, emigration, privileges 


July 28 


February 5. 










of citizens, and subjects. Internal improve- 








ments in China. 


1869. 


1869. 


Franco 


Trade-marks 


April 16 


July 6. 






1871. 


1872. 


Germany 




December 11 


June 1. 




1870. 


1870. 






May 13 


September 16. 






June 3 


September 16. 






1871. 


1871. 


Great Britain 


Naturalization, renunciation in certain cases . . 


February 23 


May 5. 




Claims, fisheries, navigation of the Saint Law- 
rence, &c. American lumber on the river 


May 8 


July 4. 










Saint John. San Juan boundary. 


1868. 


1869. 


Hesse-Darmstadt 




August 1 

1869. 


August 31. 






1869. 


Italy 




January 21 

January 21 

1871. 


May 11. 


Italy 


Eights, privileges, and immunities of consuls. . 


May 11. 




1871. 


Italy 




February 26 


November 23. 






1872. 


TVfpYirn 


Extension of the duration of the joint commis- 
sion for settlement of claims. 


April 19 

1870. 


February 8. 




1871. 


Nicaragua 




June 25 


September 19. 
1869. 




1868. 


Peru 




December 4 

18C9. 


July 6. 

1872. 






Sweden and Nor- 




May 26 


January 12. 


way. 




1868. 


1870. 


"Wiirtemberg 




July 27 


March 7. 









PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 91 

XXV.— PAPERS TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF 
STATE SINCE MARCH 4, 1869, AND PRINTED BY ORDER. 







"a 


1 i 






Subject. 


'-< o 


Number ar 
acter of 
mont. 






SENATE. 










Forty-first Congress, first session. 


1869. 






Acts and reso- 


List of the public and private acts and resolutions 


Mar. 9 


Ex. Doc. No. 2... 


14 


lutions. 


passed at the third session of the Fortieth Con- 
gress which became laws either by approval or 
otherwise. 








Veneziiela 


Correspondence concerninji the payment by the 
government of Venezuela of the lirst install- 
ment due American citizens, under the award 
recently made by the claims commission. 


Miar. 16 


Ex. Doc. No. 5... 


13 


Political 


Correspondence between James Buchanan, Presi- 
dent of the United States, and Lewis Cass, Sec- 
retary of State, regarding the policy to bo pur- 
sued to avert the late war of rebellion, which 
correspondence led to the resignation of Mr. 
Cass. 


Mar. 29 


Ex. Doc. No. 7... 


3 


Great Britain.. 


Correspondence concerning claims against Great 


April 7 


Ex. Doc. No. 11 : 






Brit.ain, commonly called the "Alabama claims." 




Parti 

Part 2 

Part 3 

Part 4 

Part 5 


785 
794 
789 
636 
731 




Forty-first Congress, second session. 








Spain 


Papers respecting the progress of the revolution 
in Cuba, and the political and civil condition of 
that island. 


Dec. 20 


Ex. Doc. No. 7... 


118 


Great Britain . . 


Correspondence concerning claims against Great 
Britain subsequent to the rejection by the Sen- 
ate of the claims convention of January 15, 1869. 


Dec. 22 


Ex. Doc. No. 10.. 


19 


Great Britain . . 


Report concerning a proposed reciprocity treaty 
on the subject of trade and commerce between 
the United States and the Dominion of Canada. 


Dec. 22 
1870. 


Ex. Doc. No. 19.. 


1 


Political 


Papers relating to the action which has been had 
in the district of Virginia, under the act " au- 
thorizing the submission of the constitutions of 
Virginia, Mississippi, and Texas to a vote of the 
people, and authorizing the election of State 
officers, provided by the said constitutions, and 
members of Congress." 


Jan. 10 


Ex. Doc. No. 13 . . 


139 



92 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPAETMENT OF STATE. 



Papers transmitted to Congress, cj'-c. — Coutiuuetl. 




Consular fees 



Political 



Great Britain. 



Department of 
State. 



Japan 

San Domingo . 



China... 
Japan... 

France . 
Political 
Peru 



Report of fees collected, accounted for, and re- 
ported by the consular officers of the United 
States for the year 1868, together with a full list 
of all consular officers in office August, 18G8, 
and the place of their official residence, and also 
a tariff of consular fees. 

Papers in relation to the action of the legislature 
of the State of Mississippi in reference to the 
proposed fifteenth amendment to the Constitu- 
tion of the United States. 

Correspondence respecting the presence of the 
Hon. "William McDougal at Pembina, in Dakota 
Territory, and the opposition by the inhabitants 
of Selkirk settlement to his assumption of the 
office of governor of the Northwest Territory, 
lately said to have been transferred by the Hud- 
son's Bay Company to the Dominion of Canada. 

List of officers whose commissions are issued by 
the Dei^artment of State, showing the amount 
of compensation allowed to each, and the State 
from where appointed. 

Papers relating to American interests in Japan. . . 

Correspondence relating to the imprisonment by 
the Dominican government of Mr. Davis Hatch, 
an American citizen. 

Papers as to what legislation is necessary to in- 
sure the administration of justice and to protect 
American interests in China and Japan. 

Correspondence in regard to the so-called "Trans- 
continental, Memphis, El Paso, and Pacific Kail- 
road Company." 

List of States which have ratified the jiroposed 
fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the 
United States. 

Statement of awards of the commissioners under 
the claims convention with Peru of December 4, 
]868. Appropriation necessary to satisfy the 
award made against the United States requested. 



Feb. 



Feb. 2 



Feb. 17 

Fob. 23 
Fob. 24 
May 6 
Mar. 10 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 15 

Apr. 14 



Ex.Doc. No. 30. 



Ex. Doc. No. 33. 



Ex.Doc. No. 46. 



Ex. Doc. No. 52.. 

Ex. Doc. No. 54 : 

Part 1 

Part 2 



Ex. Doc. No. 58. 



Ex. Doc. No. 59 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 63.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 81. 



12 



10 



PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
Pajxrs trans7nitfed to Congress, ij-c. — Contiuuecl. 



93 




Great Britain. 



Brazil 

Austria -. 

Prussia 3 

Austria 

Spain 



Spain , 



Great Britain.. 



Spanish Amer- 
ica. 



China. 



Foreign Rela- 
tions. 



France. 



/Sejiafc— Continued. 
Correspondence relating to the passage of English 
or Canadian steamers through the canal of Sault 
Ste. Marie. 

Correspondence in relation to the commercial 
interests of the United States -with South 
America. 

Correspondence relating to political questions in 
Germany. 

Concerning the reported persecution and massacre 
of Israelites in Eoumania. 

Correspondence relating to the case of the Amer- 
ican brig Mary Lowell, captured by the Span- 
ish gun-boat Andalusia on the Bahama banks 
in 1869 ; to the execution, without proper trial, 
of American citizens in Cuba ; the seizure 
upon the high seas of American vessels ; and 
the property of American citizens confiscated 
or embargoed by the Spanish, authorities in the 
Island of Cuba. 

Correspondence in relation to the emancipation 
of slaves in the Island of Cuba. 

Further papers concerning the questions pending 
between the Government of the United States 
and that of Great Britain, (Alabama claims.) 

Report in relation to the condition of the com- 
mercial relations between the United States 
and the Spanish-American States, and between 
those countries and other nations. 

Correspondence respecting the importation of 
Chinese coolies into the United States in viola- 
tion of the act of February 19, 18Ci. 

Forty-first Congress, third session. 
Papers accompanying President's annual message. 



Report relative to correspondence with United 
States minister at Paris since commencement 
of Franco-German war. 



1870. 
May 21 



May 28 



June 3 



June 6 



July 9 



July 13 



July 13 



July 14 



July 15 



Dec. 5 



Dec. 8 



Ex. Doc. TSo. 



Ex. Doc. No. 92 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 94 . . 



Ex. Doc. No. 97 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 108 



Ex. Doc. No. 113 



Ex. Doc. No. 114 



Ex. Doc. No. 112 



E.K. Doc.No. 116 



Ex. Doc. No. 1 : 
Part 1 



Ex. Doc. No. 3 . 



246 



13 



94 



REGISTEE OF THE DEPAETMENT OF STATE. 



Papers transmitted to Congress, cj-c. — Continued. 




Ocean tele- 
graphs. 



Great Britain. 



San Domingo . . 



Japan . 



Turkey . 



Brazil. 



France 



"Venezuela . 



Political . 



International 
Statistical 
Congress at 
the Hague. 



Kussia . 



Senate — Continued. 
Report as to charges made by the International 
Ocean Telegraph Company upon messages pass- 
ing over their lines. 

Mr. Motley's mission to the court of Saint James. 
Correspondence relating to his recall. 

Papers and correspondence relative to proposed 
annexation to the United States of the Domin- 
ican portion of the island of San Domingo. 

Papers relative to regulations for the consular 
courts of the United States in Japan. 

Correspondence from the legation at Constantino- 
ple relating to the restrictions on the passage 
of the Straits of the Dardanelles and the Bos- 
phorus by the ships of other nations. 

Correspondence from minister to Brazil relative 
to trade ; cotton and its culture ; material and 
financial conditions of Brazil ; the Paraguayan 
war ; ocean navigation ; and export duty on 
coffee. 

Correspondence relative to the landing upon the 
coast of the United States of the submarine 
cable designed to connect this country with 
FrancS. 

Papers respecting claims of citizens of the United 
States against Venezuela. 

Forty-second Congress, first session. 

Report as to States which have ratified the 
fifteenth amendment to the Constitution. 

Report of Mr. Samuel B. Ruggles, delegate of the 
United States to the International Statistical 
Congress at the HagUe in 1869. 



Forty-second Congress, second session. 

Correspondence upon the retirement of Mr. Con- 
stantin Catacazy, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary of Ilis Majesty the 
Emperor of Russia, to the United States. 



1870. 
Dec. 13 



1871. 
Jan. 9 



Jan. 16 



Jan. 27 



Mar. 3 



Mar. 3 



June 18 



July 2 



Mar. 17 



Mar. 28 



Dec. 



Ex. Doc. No. 5 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 11 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 17 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 25 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 52 . . 



Ex. Doc. No. 53 . 



Mis. Doc. No. 158 



Mis.Doc.No.l62 



Ex. Doc. No. 2 . 



Ex. Dec. No. 7 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 5. 



TAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 95 

Papers tratinmitted to Congresn, i^x. — Continued. 




Setiate — Continued. 

International I Correspondence relating to international coin- 
age not heretofore furnished, with accompany- 
ing papers. 



Ship Hudson 
and schooner 
Washington. 



Venezuela . 



bpaiii . 



Fisheries 



Great Britain . . 



Great Britain . . 



Koumania 



Ocean cables. . 



Papers, correspondence, and information relating 
to the case of the .ship Hudson and schooner 
Washington, seized by the British authorities 
at the Falkland Islands in the year 1854. 

Report and papers concerning the seizure and re- 
tention of the American steamers Hero, Dudley 
Buck, Nutrias, and San Fernando. 

Eeports relating to the questions with Spain, 
growing out of the affairs of Cuba and not com- 
ing within the jurisdiction of the Claims Com- 
mission now in session and which are at present 
pending. 

Report relating to the resources and extent of the 
fishing-grounds of the North Pacific Ocean, 
opened to the United States by the treaty of 
Alaska, and concerning, also, the fl.sheries of the 
principal commercial nations, their markets, 
and their capacity. 

Message and accompanying papers relating to the 
dues now collected in Great Britain from mer- 
chant-shipping for the support of light-houses 
and beacons. 

Message transmitting a copy of the counter case 
of the United States in support of the claims of 
the Government and citizens thereof against 
Great Britain as presented to the Tribunal of 
Arbitration at Geneva, April 15, 1872. 

Message and accompanying documents relative to 
the persecution of the Israelites iu tlio princi- 
pality of Roumauia. 

Report and accompanying papers respecting the 
amount of money exjjended by tlio Government 
of the United States during the years 1869-'70-'71 
for telegraphing by ocean cables, and the differ- 
ent sums paid to each, respectively, and what 
were the rates paid. 



1872. 
Jan. 9 



Jan. 16 



Feb. 2 



t, 3 


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o s 




a •*.! 


"3 a 


ci o 


° 3 




U O 






i^ -' ~ 




ill 


2 a 


3 -^ 


'A 


^ 


Ex. Doc. No. 16.. 


8 


Ex.Doc. No. 19.. 


46 


Ex. Doc. No. 28.. 


25 



Feb. 13 Ex. Doc. No. 32. 



Feb. 17 



Apr. 



Apr. 20 



May 14 



May 23 



Ex. Doc. No. 34.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 57 



Ex. Doc. No. 67. 



Ex. Doc. No. 75. 



Ex. Doc. No. 82. 



85 



96 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Papers transmitted to Congress, 4'C- — Continued. 




Great Britain.. 



Great Britain . . 



Paraguay . 



Seamen regis- 
tered. 



Publication of 
laws. 

Department of 
State. 



Political 

Political 

China i 

Japan i 



Department of 
State. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Forty-first Congress, first session. 

Papers relating to tbe claim of Owen Thorn and 
others against the British government for in- 
demnity for losses sustained by the detention, 
at Montreal, of the steamer Congress, by the 
Canadian aiithorities. 

Report concerning the destruction, during the late 
war, by rebel vessels, of certain merchant-ves- 
sels of the United States, and giving the names, 
character, ownership, and value of vessels and 
cargoes destroyed or taken ; also, exhibiting the 
damages claimed by the owners of the vessels, 
respectively, and the time and place of capture 
or destruction, and by what vessel. 

Papers in relation to events which have recently 
transpired in Paragiiay. 

Forty-first Congress, second session. 

Keport showing the number of American seamen 
registered in the several ports of entry of the 
United States during the year ending September 
30, 1869. 

An appropriation for publishing the laws of the 
United States asked for. 

Report of the number, compensation, reduction, 
&c., of the clerical force in the Department of 

State. 

List of States which have ratified the proposed 
fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the 
United States. 

Further list of States which have^ratifled the pro- 
posed fifteenth amendment to the Constitution 
of the United States. 

Report in relation to the Chinese and Japanese 
indemnity funds. 

Report showing the manner in which the fund for 
the contingent exi^enses for the Department of 
State has been expended, from July 1, 1868, to 
June 30, 1869, inclusive. 



1869. 
Mar. 31 



Apr. 



Apr. 8 



Dec. 



Dec. 6 



Dec. 6 



Dec. 9 



Dec. 1.5 



1870. 
Jan. 17 



Jan. 21 



Ex. Doc. No. 3 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 4 . 



Ex. Doc. No. 5. 



Ex. Doc. No. 6.. 



Ex.Doc. No. 8.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 9... 



Ex. Doc. No. 15. 



Ex. Doc. No. 26.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 69.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 110 



33 



PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
Papers tranamitted to Congress, tfc. — Coutinued. 



97 




Spain , 



Spain . 



Great Britain . 



Great Britain . 



Venezuela . 



Great Britain . 



Passenger re- 
turns. 



Great Britain. 
San Domingo. 



Special 



Spain . 



House of Representatives — Continued. 

Further report in relation to the Japanese indem- 
nity fund. 

Report exhibiting the number of copies of the 
" Tributes of the Nations to Abraham Lincoln," 
in the possession of the Secretary of State. 

Correspondence relating to the murder of Ameri- 
can citizens in the Island of Cuba. 



1870. 
Jan. 22 



Feb. 8 



Feb. 11 



Feb. 18 



Report in relation to the manner in which Spain Feb. 16 
has paid the interest upon the claims of Ameri- 
can citizens, secured by the treaty of February 
17, 1834. 



Correspondence in relation to the struggle for in- 
dependence in the Island of Cuba. 

Papers in relation to the proposed series of annual 
international exhibitions, to be held in London. 

Correspondence relating to the cases of American 
citizens confined in the jails or prisons in Her 
Majesty's dominions on account of political 
olfenses. 

Papers concerning claims of American citizens 
against the Republic of Venezuela. 

Concerning an appropriation to pay the awards 
due the Hudson's Bay and Puget Sound Agri- 
cultural Companies. 

Report showing the number, age, sex, and occupa- 
tion of passengers arriving in the United States 
by sea from foreign countries during the years 
1868 and 1869, and designating the country in 
which they were bom and the country in which 
they propose to reside. 

Papers relating to the Canadian fisheries 



Feb. 21 



Feb. 26 



Feb. 28 



Mar. 1 



Mar. 26 



Mar. 31 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 77. 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 128 



Ex.Doc.Xo. 140 : 

Parti 

Part 2 



Report concerning the privileges growing out of 
the pending treaty for the cession to the United 
States of the Dominiciin Republic. 



Ex. Doc. No. 139. 



Ex. Doc. No. 168 



Ex. Doc. No. 181. 



Ex. Doc. No. 170. 



Ex. Doc. No. 176. 



Ex. Doc. No. 220 



Ex. Doc. No. 235 



Mar. 31 Ex. Doc. No. 239. 



April 5 



Ex. Doc. No. 237 



98 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
Papers transmitted to Congress, 4'C. — Continued. 




Monetary con- 
ference at 
Paris. 



Tenezuela 



Consular offi- 
cers. 



Department of 
State. 



Great. Britain. 
Special 



Tenezuela , 



Seamen 'regis- 
tered. 



Department of 
State. 

Consular fees . 



Brazil 



House of Representatives — Continued. 

Report of Mr. Samuel B. "Rnggles, a delegate from 
the United States to the International Monetary 
Conference, at Paris, upon the siibject of the 
proposed international coinage. 

Correspondence concerning the claim of John 
K. Brady and others against the Republic of 
Venezuela. 

Report proposing changes in regard to compen- 
sation and duties n several of the consulates 
of the United States. 

Relative to appointment of a solicitor of claims 
for the Department of State, and an appropria- 
tion for the compensation of three additional 
clerks for indexing records and papers received 
by the Department. 

Management of Indians in British America 



Paraguay . 



Relative to the purchase by the United States of 
the sword belonging to General Montgomery. 

l^'urther papers concerning claims of American 
citizens against the Republic of Venezuela. 

Forty-first Congress, third session. 

American seamen : Abstract of returns made by 
collectors of customs showing the number of 
seamen registered in the several ports of entry 
of the United States during the year ending 
September 30,1870. 

Inventory of public property uuder charge of "Sec- 
retary of State. 

Report of consular fees for the year ending De- 
cember 31, 1809. 

Correspondence relative to a claim of citizens of 
the United States for indemnity in the case 
of the ship Canada, wrecked on the coast of 
Brazil in 1865. 

Reports that all correspondence which is believed 
to bo required by the public interest relative to 
Paraguajan aflairs has already been made 
public. 



1870. 
April 26 



May 23 



Jan. 12 



Jan. 17 



Ex. Doc. No. 266 



Ex. Doc. No. 279 



Mis. Doc. No. 29 



Mis. Doc. No. 31 



Jan. 


21 


Mar. 


3 


Mar. 


31 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


1 


Dec. 


C 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


15 



Mis. Doc. No. 35 
Mis. Doe. No. 83 

Report No. 79.. 
Ex. Doc. No. 7.. 



Ex. Doc. No. 9. 



Ex. Doc. No. 10. 



Ex.Doc. No. 13. 



Ex. Doc. No. 14. 



PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 99 
Papers transmitted to Congress, i^c. — Continued. 





Subject. 


Date of presenta- 
tion. 


s K g 


o 
■oi 

<y O 




House of Representatives— Continued. 


1870. 






Commercial re- 


Report on the coniineicial relations of the United 


Dec. .-i 


Ex. Doc.Xo. 18.. 


389 


lations. 


States and foreign nations for the year ending 
September 30, 1869. 








Great Britain.. 


Correspondence relative to tlie seizure of the fish- 
ing-schooner Granada, of rrovincctowu, Massa- 
chusetts, by a British revenue-cutter. 


Dm: iri 


Ex. Doc. No. 19.. 


7 


Great Britain .- 


Reports that all correspondence relative to arrest 
and detention of American fishing-vessels, by 
vessels of Great Britain, accompanied Presi- 
dent's annual message on the 5th December. 


Deo. a 

1871. 
Jan. 4 


Ex. Doc. No. 30.. 


1 


Tuited States 


Correspondence relative to libraries belonging to 


Ex. Doc. No. 38.. 


7 


legations. 


the United States legations in foreign countries. 








San Domingo . . 


Report of John Hogan, United States commis- 
sioner, upon resources and coudition of the 
Dominican Republic, made during the adminis- 
tration of President Polk. 


Jan. 9 


Ex. Doc. No. 42.. 


47 


Department of 


List of clerks and other persons emidoyed in the 


Jan. 29 


Ex. Doc. No. 74.. 


2 


State. 


Department of State. 








Department of 


Statement of disbursements made by the Depart- 


Jan. 20 


Ex. Doc. No. 75- . 


12 


State. 


ment of State during the year ending 30th 
June, 1870. 








Passenger re- 


Statement of the number, age, sex, and occupa- 


Feb. 3 


Ex. Doc. No. 92.. 


35 


turns. 


tion of passengers arriving in the United States 
by sea from foreign countries during the year 
1870. 








Prance 


Transmitting a letter asking for the reimbursement 
to certain individuals in Paris for the amount 


Jan. 30 


Ex. Doc. No. 150. 










expended by them in giving aid to distressed 










United States citizens there during the siege. 








Frauc« 


Dispatches from Mr. E. B. "Washburne relative to 
extraordinary expenses incurred by the legation 
at Paris, arising from existing war between 
Prance and North Germany. 


Jan. 5 


Mis. Doc. No. 26. 


G 


•Great Britain .- 


Correspondence relative to claim of Mr. T. H. 
Holdcrncss, a British subject, growing out of a 
collision between the steamer General McPher- 
son and his ship, the Duke of Edinburgh, in the 
harbor of San Francisco, in 1809. 

Forty-second Congress, first session. 


Jan. 23 


Mis. Doc. No. CI. 


4 


iGreat Britain .. 


Relative to providing for expenses of a joint com- 
mission to mark the boundary line between the 
United States and the British Possessions, from 
the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains. 


Mar. 10 


Ex. Doc. No. 12.. 


2 



100 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Papers transmitted to Congress, 4'C. — Coutiaued. 




<Jreat Britain 



Japan 



Italy. 



Claims Com- 
missioners. 



Consular fees . 



Extraordinary 
expenses. 



Protection of 
seamen. 



Department of 
Staie. 



Relative to compensation of Mr. Robert C. Schenck, 
United States minister to Great Britain. 

Legislation recommended antliorizing the admis- 
sion of six Japanese pupils to West Point Mili- 
tary Academy. 

Correspondence from United States minister to 
Florence relative to occupation of Rome by the 
King of Italy. 

Forty-second Congress, second session. 

Report showing the necessity of an appropriation 
to supply the deficiencies in the appropriation 
for the collection and publication of the reports 
of the foreign claims commissions between the 
United States and other countries. 

Report of all fees collected by consular officers 
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1870, 
together with a full list of all consular officers 
in office on October 1, 1870, and the places of 
their official residence. 

Report upon the extraordinary expenses incurred 
at the United States legations at Madiid, Paris, 
Berlin, and London, by reason of the war 
between France and Germany. 

Communicating an abstract of the returns made 
to the Department of State for the relief and 
protection of American seamen and the number 
of seamen registered in the sevei'al ports of 
entry of the United States. 

Submitting statements showing the payments 
made from the contingent fund during the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1871. 



Department of Inventory of public property under charge of the 
State. Secretaiy of State. 



Spain . 



Reports and accompanying documents relating to 
the execution of medical students in Cuba, and 
the failure of the Spanish government to carry 
out in its West India colonies certain reforms 
promised. 



Apr. 3 



Apr. 11 



Dec. 4 



Ex. Doc. i^^o. 17. 



Ex. Doc. No. 18. 



Ex. Doc. No. 6.. 



Dec. 4 Ex. Doc. No. 9. 



Dec. 4 



Dec. 



Dec. 



Dec. 4 



Dec. 20 



Ex. Doc. No. 10. 



Es.Doc. No. 12. 



Ex. Doc. No. 13. 



E.\. Doc. No. 14. 



Ex. Doc. No. 35. 



PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF .STATE. 101 
Papers tratismillcd to Congress, ^-c. — Coutiuued. 




Department of 
State. 



Department oi' 
State. 

Passenger re- 
turns. 



Great Britain . 



New State 
Departm e n t 
building. 

Consular and 
commercial 
agents. 



Navigator's Is- 
lands. 



Spain 



House of Representatives — Continued. ■ \fa-i 

Indicating what action by Congress is necessary i Jan. 8 
to secure the immediate temporary protection 
of the archives of the Department of State. 

A list of clerks and other persons employed in Jan. 17 
the Department of State. 



Eeport showing the number, &c,., of passengers 
arriving in the United States by sea from for- 
eign countries during the year 1870. 

Report relating to the relea.se of the Fenian pris 
oner William G. Halpine. 

Submitting report of the Supervising Architect 
of the new building for the State, War, and 
Navy Departments. 

Keport relating to the number of consular and 
commercial agents of the United States who 
either speak or write the language of the coun- 
tries in which their districts are situated. 

Keporting that there are no papers in the Depart- 
ment of State to show that the inhabitants of 
the Navigator's Islands have applied for the 
protection of the United States. 

Report and accompanying papers relative to the 
re-indenture or re-en.slavement of Chinamen in 
Cuba, by decree lately issued by Captain-Gen- 
eral Valmaseda. 



Publication of I Report with a list of the names of all newspapers 
laws. authoiized to publish the la«'s of the United 

States. 



Spain Report and accompanying papers in the ca.se of 

Dr. J. E. Houard, condemned by the Spanish 
authorities in Cuba for alleged complicity with 
the insurgents. 

Fishing- Concerning a report supposed to have been made 

grounds of to the Secretary of State by Colonel Cutts, in 

the North February, 1870. 
Pacific. 



Feb. 3 



.Tan. 30 



aiar. 6 



Ex. Doc. No. 42. 



Ex. Doc. No. 75. 



Ex. Doc. No. 92 - 



Ex. Doc. No. 114 



Ex. Doc. No. 184 



Mar. 11 Ex. Doc. No. 186. 



Ex. Doc. No. 201 



Mar. 20 



Mar. 23 



Mar. 28 



Apr. 4 



Ex. Doc. No. 207 



Ex. Doc. No. 219 



Ex. Doc. No. 223 



Ex. Doc. No. 244 



102 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Papers transmitted to Congress, cjr. — Contimied. 




Steamer Aroos- 
took. 



Great-Britain , 



Great Britain . 



Belgium 



Austria. 



Russia 



Cod and wbalo 
fisherieH. 



Ecuador . 



Great Britain 



Protection of 
seamen. 



House of Hepresentatims — Continued. 

Message and accompanying documents relative to 
the claim of the owners of the steamer Aroos- 
took, used by tlio United States legation in 
Japan to search for the bodies and property of 
persons lost in the United States ship Oneida in 
the bay of Tcddo, in 1870. 

Message and accompanying papers relative to the 
differences of opinion which have arisen be- 
tween the United States and Great Britain with 
regard to the powers of the tribunal of arbitra- 
tion created under the treaty of Washington of 
May 8, 1871. 

Message and report relative to a protest, in con- 
nection with the Italian government, against the 
intolerant treatment of the Jews of Koamania. 

Message and accompanying papers relating to the 
encouragement of commerce between Victoria, 
Australia, and Xew Zealand, and to the estab- 
lishment of a naval station in the Pacific Ocean. 

Message and accompanying papers having refer- 
ence to an extradition treaty with Belgium. 

Coi\cerning an international exposition of agricul- 
ture, industry, and fine arts, to be held at Vi- 
enna in 1873. 

Correspondence in reference to the inadequacy of 
the salaries of the secretary of legation and 
consul of the United States at St. Petersburg. 

Report of Hon. Tliomas Jefferson, Secretary of 
State, concerning cod and whale fisheries, and 
also a report of Lorenzo Sabine, esq., on the 
pi incipal fisheries of the American seas, being 
part of House Executive Document No. 23 of 
the second session, Thirty-second Congress. 

Correspondence in relation to tlie remedial quali- 
ties attributed to a vegetable called cundurango. 

Report relating to the compensation of the com- 
mercial agent iit Belize, Britisli Honduras. 

A.sking legislation exempting the Department of 
State from making the annual report on the re- 
lief and. protection of American seamen. 



187-2. 
May 7 



ilay 15 



May 23 



May 28' 

1871. 
Dec. 7 



Dec. 


10 


1791 




Feb. 


1 



187 


T 


Jan. 


18 


187 


1. 


Dec. 


') 


187 


2. 


Mar. 


12 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 292 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 294 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 318 



May 21 Ex. Doc. No. 319. 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 323 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 10. 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 23 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 32 



Mis. Doc. No. 65 



Mi.s. Doc. Xo. 129 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 130 



PAPERS EMANATING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 103 
Papers transmitted to Coitgn-ss, ifc. — Continued. 



Subject. 



Spain . 



Japan and 
China. 



Venezuela 



Spain 



Germany 



Germany 



Publication of 
laws. 



China 



Great Britain . 



Mar. 4 



House of Representatives — Continued. 

Report relative to an alleged delinquency on the 
part of the United States in carrying into eft'ect 
the concluding paragraph of the ninth article of 
the treaty of 1S19 between the United States 
and Spain. 

Statement showing the amount of the Japanese 
and Chinese indemnity funds, and accompany- 
ing papers relating to the non-payment of the 
installment of iudemnitj". 

Restoration of the steamers Nutrias and San Fer- 
nando to the possession of the Venezuelan Steam 
Kavigation Company. 

Transmitting a copy of a telegram received from 
the Charg6 d' Affaires of the United States at 
Madrid relative to Dr. J. E. Houard. 

Concerning the acceptance of testimonials from 
the Emperor of Germany by diplomatic and con- 
sular officers of the United States for services 
rendered German subjects during the late war 
between France and Germany. 

Report and accompanying papers suggesting that 
some legislative regulation bo made of the rate 
of exchange in the United States for the new 
German " mark" which has been adopted as the 
unit or basis of calculation of value for the Ger- 
man Empire. 

Report showing a li.st of the names of all news- 
papers authorized to publish the laws of the 
United States, with a .statement of the amounts 
already paid to each and yet due to each for the 
publication of the .same. 

Report and accompanying papers relative to the 
insufficient appropriation heretofore made for 
the employment of persons as interpreters to 
the United States consulates in China. 



Report concerning the imprisonment of American May 27 
citizens in Canada on account of complicity in 
the Fenian invasion of Canada in June, 1866. | 



Mar. 13 



Mar. 29 



Apr. 11 



Apr. 11 



May 16 



J 3 a 

S -s « 

s oi a 

'A 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 131 



Mar. 23 



May 20 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 1 jl 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 172 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 1881 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 189 



a g 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 216 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 219 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 220 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 227 



104 



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
XXVII.— INDEX OF NAMES. 



Page. 
A. 

Abbott, E. E 23 

Abbott, George P 21 

Abbott, Commodore Joel. 54 

Abecasis,Mesod 15 

' Abela,S 35 

Acebel, Serapio 33 

Adams, Cliarles Francis. . 12, 59 

Adams, ,Tohu 49 

Adams, John Quincy.S, 59, Go, GG, 
68, 69, 72 

Adam.s, Lyell T 24 

Adams, TbomasBoylstou. 65 

Adamson, Thomas, jr 24 

Adee, Alvey A 11, 72, 78 

Akaad, T 35 

Alaya, P. E 33 

Albergaria, A. J. d' 31 

Alexandre, M 19 

Allen,C.r 23 

Allen, Charles M 23 

Allen, Herman 53 

Allison, "William E 33 

Alward, Dennis E 77 

Ames, Ei.sher "W 33 

A mory, Jonathan 13 

Anderson, Charles E 57, 76 

Andor.son, Kichard C .54 

Andreas, J. J 30 

Andr(jws,C.C 11,73 

Angel, Benjamin F 72 

Ankersmit, H. T 30 

Annaud, James 27 

Appleton, John 5, 51, 69, 76 

Appleton, John J. .52, 65, 71, 72, 78 

Araujo, C. M. V I6 

Archibald C 24 

Arfwedson, C. D 73 

Armstrong, D. M 28 

Armstrong, John 57, 71 

Amy, "William F. M 37 

Arrindcll, H. A 21 

Asboth, Alexander 50, 74 

Ash more "William 17 

Ashton, J. Hubley 12 

Atkinson, H. J 24 

Atwater, Borence 33 

Austen, Silas S 26 

Avery, Lucius 28 

Aznar, Ed 32 

Azpiroz, Manuel 12 

B. 

Babbitt, Henry A 34, 36 

Baber, A mbrose 70 

Bacon, John E 78 ' 



Badeau, Adam 

Bagby, Arthur P , 

Bailey, David H 

Bailey, Addison M 

Baiz, H 

Baker, George 

Baker, George C 

Balkam,L.S 

Ballentine, George 

Bancroft, George 11,;" 

Barber, H. P 

Barbour, James 

Barclay, Thomas 

Barker, S 

Barlow, Joel 

Barnard, Daniel D 

Barnes Stuart 

Baruott, John "W 

Barran, Manuel 

Barringer, Daniel M 

Barrington, W. L 

Barrow, "Washington 

Barry, "William T 

Bartliow, Victor 

Bartle, George 

Bartlett, Joseph J 

Barton, Seth 

Barton, Thomas P 

Basliford, Coles 

Bassett, Ebenezer D . . 

Baumberger, P. M 

Baxter, Henry 

Bayard, James A 5 

Bayard, Kichard H 

Baylies, Francis 

Bazier, F. K 

Beaman, Charles C, jr 

Beardsley, Richard 

Beauregard, Louis 

Bedinger, Henry 

Beelen, Frederick A 

Bebu,F."^^ 

Belmont, August 

Benedict, Newton 

Benedikt, Nathan 

Bennett, C 

Bennett, H.D 

Bennett, Thomas ^V■ 

Beuzacar, Lsaac 

Bordan, George L 

Bergh, Henry 

Berry, Egbert De L 

Bertbet, F 

Bertran, Wllliajn 

Besoney, T. M 

Biddle, ('omniodore Janie.s 



Page. 

. 24, 77 
69 
23 
55 
3G 
25 
23 
23 
21 

>S, 59, 66 
21 
50 
,49 
25 
57 
60 
15 
26 
16 
72 
22 
68 
71 
35 
6,8 
73 
53 
57, 76 
37 
11,61 
27 
11,61 

7, 59, 69 
51 
50 
34 
12 
34 
7 
56 
53, 75 

65 
6,9 
15 
23 
19 
37 
15 
6,7 
78 
11 
19 
35 
31 
54 



Page. 

Biddle, Thomas 11, 70, 75 

Bidlack, Benjamin A 54 

Bigelow, John 58 

Bigler, John 53 

Binuey,"W.P 26 

Bistrup, Charles 18 

Black, George A 37 

Black Jeremiah S 5 

Blackford, William M. . . . 54 

Blair, Jacob B 11,55 

Blake, F. N .23 

Blake, "\7illiam F 23, 25 

Blatchford, Pachard M . . . 69 

Bleecker, Hermanns 65 

Bliss, Alexander 11, 76,77 

Bliss, Porter C 11,77 

Blow, Henry T 52,74 

Boal, James St. Clair 77 

Bohl, F 21 

Bokor, George H 11, 74 

Bordehore, A 33 

Borden, James "W 61 

Borett,T. E 16 

Bork,J.K 18 

Borland, Solon ... .55, 60, 61, 65, 70 

Boulware, William 70 

Bowdoin, James 71 

Bowers, Charles S 15 

Bowlin, James B 55,66 

Boyd, James McHenry... 59,76 

Boye,"W.E 30 

Braasch, Theodore 16 

Bradford, O.B. 17,36 

Brady, Thomas J 18 

Brand, Alexander 23 

Brandt, E 31 

Branley, George H 24 

Banscomb, Charles H 24 

Branson, Charles A 25 

Brent, George Lee 75 

Brent, Henry M 67,77 

Brent, Thomas L. L 68, 71, 78 

Brent, "William, jr 50 

Brontaus, Torenz 20 

Brewer, FiskP 26 

Brigg.s, William M 75 

Brisbane, William 16 

Brodhead, John R 76 

Brooke, W.'. 22 

Brower, LM 18 

Brown, D.W.E 21 

Brown, Ethan A .52 

Blown, George 60 

Brown, James 57 

Brown, J. E 26 

Brown, John P 73, 74, 79 



INDEX OF NAMES. 

Index of names — Contiuued. 



105 



Page. 

Brown, Neil S 69 

Brown, Sevellon A 6, 7 

Browne, J. Ross 54 

Browning, H. C 21 

Browning, "William A 77 

Brnner, E. D 17 

Bruxton, T. J 23 

Bryan, John A 67 

Buchanan, Jaiues 5, 50, 6D 

Buchanap, James M 56 

Bucherer, J. J 26 

Buckalow, Charles II 56 

Buckman, Eil. A 25 

Bullock,A.M 22 

Bultzingelowen, G. von. . . 30 

Bnrbank, John A 37 

Burchard, ■\Villiam C 27 

Burger, William L. il . . . . 19 

Burlinganie, Anson 54 

Burton, Allan A 55 

Bush, George 23 

Bushnell, Albert 19 

Butler, Anthony 63 

Butler, Edward G. "W. J. . . 77 

Butler, John 7 

Byers, S. H. M 34 

C. 

Caffray, Nicholas 7 

Caldwell, John C 17, 53 

Caldwell, John W 52 

Calhoun, John C 5 

Callioun, "SVilliam R 58, 76 

Call, R.R 25 

Calloway. James E 37 

Callsen, Emile 29 

Calvert, J. C. F 33 

Calvert, William H 29 

Calvi, Pietro 28 

Calzado, Miguel 33 

Canibreleng, Churchill C. 65 

Cameron, Simon 69 

Campbell, George W 69 

Campbell, James II 73 

Campbell, John A 37 

Campbell, Lewis D 64 

Canut, E 33 

Carballo, M. R 29 

Carey, A 25 

Carey, P. W 22 

Carlisle, J. Mandcville . . . 12, 13 

Carman, .7.^V 23 

Carmichael, William 49, 71 

Carr, Dalmey S 73 

Carr, James M 77 

Cartter, David K 52 



Page. 

Casagemas, M 32 

Cass, Lewis 5. 57 

Cass, Lewis, Jr CO 

Cato.GeorgeC 22 

Catro, Tde 31 

Caverly,Z.B 77 

Ce Mello, J. d'C 31 

Chance, Mahlon 24 

Chandler, Joseph R 71 

Chesebrough, William H. 11, 77 

Chew,JohuJ 6,8 

Chew,R.S 6,7 

Chew, William W 69,78 

Chilton, Robert S 22 

Christie, J. S. jr 27 

Christophersen, C 34 

Ciotola, Joseph M 28 

Clack, Franklin H 75 

Clapp, Dexter E 11, 15, 50 

Clapp, R 23 

Clark, A. W 53 

Clarke, Alfred T 33 

Clarke, Beverly L 60, 61 

Clarke, Charles H 25 

Clarke, James G 76 

Claro, Lorenzo 16 

Clauson.C 27 

Clay, Cassius M 69, 70 

Clay, George de M 19 

Clay, Green 77, 78 

Clay, Henry 5, .W 

Clay, James Brown 68 

Clay, J. Randolph, 50, 67, 69, 75, 78 

Clay. Thomas H 61,66 

Clayton, John M 5 

Clements, A. H 6,8 

Clements, Joseph C 37 

Cloni.<!on, Thomas G 51 

Clifford, Xathau 63 

Clinch, Charles J 19 

Co.ates, L 21 

Cockburn, Sir Alex 12 

CoflFey, Titian J 70,78 

Coggeshall, William T . . . 56 

Cogswell, Joseph G 78 

Collas, P 21 

Comanos, N. D 35 

Conklin, Alfred 64 

Conroy, E 33 

Cook, Ed win r 75 

Cook, Thomas C 24 

Cooke, Caleb 31 

Cooke, Henry D 37 

Cooley, James 67 

Corbin,J. E 24 

Corcos, Abraham 15 





Page. 


Cordeiro, B. R 


16 


Cordeiro, F. M 


16 


Corinaldi, S. G 


23 


Corti, Count Luigi 


12 




64 


Corwin, William H 


.. 64,77 




. . 17, 36 


Cowie, George 


13 


Cox, Thomas C . . 


12 


Coxe, Ferdinand 


. 52, 75 


Coyle, Randolph 


12 


Cramer, M. J 


. . 11,56 


Crawford, William H . . 


57 


Cripps, John S 


. . 64, 77 




18 


Crosby, Elisha 


m 


Crowley, James : 


31 




53 


Crusoe, E 


33 




28 


Culver, E.D 


74 


Curtin, Andrew G 


70 


Curtin, J 


32 


Curtin, Jeremiah 


78 


Curtis, E.J 


37 


Cu.shing, Caleb 


. . 12, 54 


Cu.shing, Courtland 


56 


Cushman, John F 


.^O 


jCuvisal, Joseph 


16 


D. 




Dabney. S. W 


30 


Dabney, William II 


34 


Da Costa, D. C 


21 


Dahlgren, C. B 


29 


Dallaporto, S. M 


26 


Dallas, George M 


. . 59, 69 


Dallas, Philip N 


70 


Dalton, John 


36 




49 


Dana, John W 


.. 51, .52 


Daniel, John M 


70 


Danies, N 


18 


Danies. K.,.jr 


18 


Dart, William A 


24 


Darton Samuel 


35 


Davezac, Augustc 


. . 65, 77 


David, Henry 


20 


Davie, William R 


57 




2'> 


Davis, J. C. Bancroft. .5, 


K, 59, 76 


Davis, John AV 


54 




26 




16 


Dawson, George B 


22 


Dawson, R 


22 


Dayton, William L 


58 



106 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Index of names — Continued. 



Page. 

Dayton, William L., jr . . . 76 

D' Almeida, J. J 31 

DeHaro, Max 35 

De HavilaiKl, J 72 

DeLano, M. M 17 

De Long, Charles E 11,02 

Do Witt, Charles G 53, CO 

Dean, George M 25 

Deane, Silas ■49 

Dearborn, Henry, sr 68 

Dedichen, J 19 

Delaplaine, John F 11, 51, 75 

Delisle, E. S 25 

Denison, H. W 28 

Devereux, P 26 

Di Ceanola, L. P 35 

Dickie, James .• 22 

Dickinson, Andrew B 66 

Dillon, Eomaine 70, 75, 78 

Diman, Henry W 31 

Dimitry, Alexander 55, 65 

Dimon, Theodore W 6, 8 

Dinzey, R. B 34 

Dittenhoeffer, M 20 

Dix, John A 58 

Dix.JohnW 76 

Dockery, Alfred V 21 

Dodart, E 19 

Dodd, John 17 

Dodge, Augustus C 72 

Doig, John B 24 

Donelson, Andrew J 58, 60, 73 

Donnet, A. T 68 

Dowes, W. C 18 

Driggs, George W^ 26 

Drury, C. W 21 

Drnry, Charles W 18 

Dryer, Thomas J 61 

Duclos, M. Van I 10 

Dudley, E 24 

Dudley, Thomas H 24 

Duffi6,A.N 32 

Duke, J. Morris 32 

Duncan, B. Odell 27 

Dunn, David M 22 

Dunn, Thomas 17 

Durant, Thomas J 13 

E. 

Eames, Charles CO. 74 

Eaton, John II 71 

Eckstein David 20 

Eden, W 23 

Eder, Charles H 34 

Eder, James M 18 

Edes, K. A.. U! 



Page. 

Edgecomb, W. W 22 

Eggers, Johann 20 

Ela, J.H 13 

Elfwing, X. A 34 

Elgee, Charles Le Doux. . 64, 77 

Ellis, Powhatan 63 

Ellis, Thomas H 77 

Ellis, Vespasian 74 

Ellsworth, Henry W 72 

Ellsworth, Oliver 57 

Erni, Henry 34 

Ernst, James E 33 

Erving, George W 55„71, 78 

Erving, R. Augustus 78 

Eustis, William 65 

Evan.s, William H 16 

Evarts, William M 12 

Eve, Joseph 73 

Everett, Alex. H 54, 65, 71, 77 

Everett, Edward 5,59 

Evora, J. H 31 

Ewiug, Hug-h to 

Eyting Clarence 77 

V. 

Eabens, J. F .32 

Faherty, William P 7, 9 

Fair, ElishaY 51 

Fairley,W.C 22 

Falcao, J. P. de M 31 

Falck, T 34 

Faruham, Benjamin F 21 

Faulkner, Charles J 58 

Faxon, William H 30 

Fay, Theodore S 66, 73, 76, 77 

Fearn, Walker 77 

Fernandez, P 33 

Ferry, Elisha P 37 

Feschotte, F 19 

Figyelmesy, P 21 

Finkelmeier, C 28 

Fiukelmeier, J. P 28 

Fish, Hamilton 5, 6 

Fish, Nicholas 1 1, 76, 77 

Fisher, Charges L 28 

Fitnam, Thomas 25 

Fitt, E. H 26 

Fit zpatrick, Richard 75 

Flenniken, Robert P 56 

Fletcher, James C 31 

Flint, John F 32 

Flint, Weston 17 

Flood, George H 73 

Fogg, George G 73 

Follin, Charles R 27 

Folsom, George 65 



Page. 

Fontaine, Joseph ID 

Foote, Thomas M 51,54 

Forbes, John M 50, 75 

Forsyth, John 5,71 

For.sy th, John 64 

Forward, Walter 56 

Foster, Austin T 22 

Foster, S.S 20 

Fottion,M.M 35 

Fowler,H 21 

Fox, A 23 

Fox, H 23 

Fox, H.; 25 

Fox, Horatio 34 

Franchville, C. H 25 

Francis, John M 11, 60 

Fraucovitch, L 15 

Franklin, Benjamin 49 

Frazer, James S 12 

Frecker,J. P 20 

Freeman, Henry W 7 

Frenckell.R 31 

Fuch.s, Ernst 16 

Fuertes, A. G 32: 

G. 

Gade, Gerhard 34 

Gadsden, James 6-4 

Gallatin, Albert 57, 59. 65 

Gallo, Luis 33 

Garben, L 33 

Garcia, F.D 18 

Garguilo, A. A 35 

Garrison, Amos F., sr 28 

Gauffrau, G. A 30 

Geary, J. R 33 

Geddes, James 32 

Gentle, Alexander 25 

Gerrish, Benjamin, jr 19 

Gerry, Elbridge 57 

Ghiggino, T. Adol 16 

Gibson, William M 22 

Giddings, Marsh 37 

Giffoni,L 27 

Gilbert,L. A 21 

Gill, A. Gou verneur 20 

Gillespie, Eugene 29 

Ginebra, Jose 32 

Giraud, A 19 

Giro, William L 3i 

Glafcke, Hermon 37 

Glasgow, S. L 19 

Gonzalez, J. R. y 34 

Goodenow, J. H 35 

Goodrich, Aaron 51, 75 

Goodwin, Alfred D 25 



INDEX OF NAMES. 
Indtx of names — Contiuued. 



10' 



Page. 

Gore, Christopher 59 

Gorham, Charles T 11,65 

Gould.J.B 21 

Goukl,J.ir 21 

Goiiuelle, Alfred 19 

Gouticr, Stanislas 2T 

Graham, John 52, 68, 71, 78 

Graham, J. Lorimar, jr ... 27 

Gran, Alhert 34 

Granados, A. O. D 13 

Granet.L 28 

Grant, Gordon 34 

Green, Benjamin E 63,77 

Green, James S 55 

Greene, Charles C 17 

Greenham, John 23 

Gregg, David L 61 

Gregoire, C. D 19 

Grieve, Miller 56 

Griflfen, T 20 

Griffin, George B 18 

Griffin, Gilderoy W 18 

Griffin, Thomas 7 

Griffin, "William H 22 

Griffitt,J 35 

Gris-wold, Isaac S 23 

Gruner, Justus 20 

Guebert, Louis 19 

Guedes, M. de. 31 

Guilherme, F. da C 31 

Gumiaraes A. A. A 31 

Gurney, Russell 12 

Guzman, Leon. 12 

Gwin, William 7 

IL 

Haas, Joseph 17 

llaher, E 32 

Haddock, Charles B 68 

Haddock, W 33 

Hadlock, Ithamar 22 

Haid, Gustaf 34 

Haldeman, Jacob S 73 

Hale, Charles 5,6 

Hale, John P 72 

Hale, Robert S 12 

Hall, AlansonS 15 

Hall,AllenA 52,74 

Hall, Frank 37 

Hall,Henrj-C 33 

Hall, Henry L 34 

Hall,H.H 26 

Hall, Stewart 22 

Halliday, James 22 

Hamilton, Alexander, jr. . 71, 78 

Hamm, John 53 



Page. 

Hammill,J 24 

Hammett, Alexander 70 

Hanaberg, Aug. S 18 

Hance, S. B 23 

Hancke, Oscar 19 

Hancock, A. M 33 

Hancock, Edward 26 

Hanncgan, Edward A 66 

Hansen, Olof la 

Hanson, Abraham 62 

Hanson, Robert M 20 

Hardegg, E 35 

Hardin, Ben jamln R 75 

Harlan, Morris 23 

Harling,T 25 

Harmon, Frank 26 

Harmon, "William 26 

Harper, Charles C 76 

Harrington, George 73 

Harriot, A. "W 26 

Hanis, A.B 22 

Harris, James 28 

Harris, John 28 

Harris, Leavitt 57,69 

Harris, Townscnd 62 

Harris, "William A 50 

Harrison, "William H 54 

Harvey, James E 68 

Hassaurek, Frederick -56 

Haswell, John H 6, 7 

Hawes, John H 28 

Haxby, Joseph Barber ... 21 

Hay, Henry P 77 

Hay, John 51, 58, 75, 76, 78 

Hay, John B 34 

Hayes, Thomas E. D 35 

Haynes, D. C 22 

Haywood, Edward 6, 8 

Hea, Joseph R 23 

Heap, G. Harris 16 

Hector, J. J. T 30 

Heinrich, Charles 34 

Hendricks, A 25 

Henri ques, G. de F 30 

Hepites, Alexander 35 

Hertz, AV'illiam 15 

Heyse, C. F 21 

Hilcheubach, A 27 

Hillebrandt. H 35 

H"iller,H."W 31 

Hilliard, Henry "W 51 

Hind8,E.M • 6,8 

Hinds, Joseph M 16 

Hise, Elijah 60 

Hoard, C. A. de V 33 



Page. 

nobart,"D.K 26 

Hoben, Charles F 25 

Hodges, Alfred L 24 

Hoechster, E 20 

Hoffman, "Wickham 1 1, 58, 76 

Hogan, "William 25 

HoUebeke, J 35 

HoUey, Robert T 21 

HoUister, Gideon H 61 

Hollwaj-, Joseph 'W 2.'> 

Holman, Jesse B 75 

Holmes, Henry A 7!) 

Holmes, Mathew G ,. 17 

Holscher,G 20 

Holt,E.B 25 

Holt,GeorgeH 23 

Hopkins, George "W 63 

Horan, James 24 

Hore, J. D 2^1 

Horner, J. H 33 

Horstmann, G. Henry 21 

Houben, Henry 26 

Houghton, W.W 25 

Hovey, Alvin P 67 

Howard Henry 12 

Howard, Jay T 27 

Howard,T.A 73 

Howlan, George 22 

Huby, Eduardo 34 

Hudson, Silas A 1 1, 60 

Hufnagle,J.G 35 

Hugar, Charles 34 

Hughes, Christopher 6.5, 72 

Hughes, Christopher, jr . . ■ 71> 

Hughes, "William E 21 

Hughes, "^^illiam E 26 

Humphreys, David 68,71 

Hunt, J 19 

Hunter, John M. S 23 

Hunter, William 5,6 

Hunter, "William 52 

Hurlbut, Stephen A oS- 

Hustedt,A.C 18 

Hn.ston,John C 28 

Hntchens, C. F. J 31 

Hutchison, J 31 

Hyland, F. A 2:? 

L 

rber, ben Mustafa 16 

Ihlder,G 20 

Ingersoll, Charles A 77 

Ingersoll, Colin M 69, 78 

Ingersoll, Josepii R 59 

Ingersoll, Ralph J 6r> 



108 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Index of names — Contiuued. 



Pajre. 

Irving, Edgar 13 

Irving, Washington 59, 71, 76 

Irwin, William W 56 

Itajubil Baron d' 12 

Izard, Ralph 49 

J. 

Jackson, Henry 57, 75 

Jackson, Henry E 51 

Jackson, Isaac Raud 56 

Jackson, M. M 23 

Jansen, W. H. C 30 

Jarecki, Gustave 20 

J'arvis, Henry 7 

Jastram, G 27 

Javaraz, F. L 31 

Jay, John 11,51 

Jay, John 49, 59 

Jefferson, Ferdinand 6, 7 

Jefferson, Thomas 5, 49 

Jenifer, Daniel 50 

Jenkins, M. A 17 

Jenkinson, Isaac 23 

Jessop, George W 26 

Jewell, E.G.W 17 

Jewett, Albert G 67 

Johnson, Edmund 29 

Johnson, Edward C 77 

Johnson, L. H 26 

Johnson, Eeverdy 60 

Johnson, E. M 17 

Johnson, "William H 23 

Jones, Benjamin 22 

Jones, Benjamin C 20 

Jones, Evan E 24 

Jones, George W 55 

Jones, J. Glancey 51 

Jpnes, Joseph Eusscll 11, 51 

Jones, Eohert E 24 

Jones, William H 13 

Jourdan, Alexander 34 

Judd, Norman B 66 

Jutting, T. C 36 

K. 

Kalk.'C 31 

Kall,P.C 18 

Karney, Luke 7 

Kauser, Joseph S lo 

Kavanah, Edward 68 

Keith.M.C 18 

Kelly, John H 7 

Kelly.W.H 32 

Kendall, E. L '22 

Kendall, Eeuben S 27 

Kendrick, Samuel 6,8 



Page, 

Kerr, John B 65 

Kerros, J. M 19 

Keutsch, G. E 33 

Kilpatrick, Judson 53 

Kimball, A. M 29 

King, John A 59,76 

King, Eufus 59, 69 

King, Eufus 69 

King, William E 58, 78 

King, Wilson 22 

King, Telverton P 55 

Kingston, K 25 

Kinney, William B • 70 

Kirk, Robert C 50, 74 

Klauprecht, E 21 

Kleeberg, C. W 16 

Knapp, J. N 22 

Knight, F. P 17 

Knopp, William 20 

Koerner, Gustavus 72 

Koester, Wilhelm 20 

Kopisch, Ed 33 

Korte, Frederick 6, 8 

Kraus, Egnatz 7 

Kreismann, Hermann. . .20, 66, 77 

Kru, Naa 32 

L. 

La Branche, Alcee 73 

La Eeintrie, Henry R. de. 64, 77 

Lacombe, A 36 

Lacour, A 19 

Laidley, C 31 

Lamar, Mirabeau B 55,65 

Lansy, M 15 

Laremuth, F. P 34 

Lamed, Samuel 53, 67, 75 

Laurens, Henry 49 

Laurens, John 49 

Lawrence, Abbott 59 

Lawrence, Albert G 55 

Lawrence, Isaac 26 

Lawrence, John L 72, 79 

Lawrence, L. L 29 

Lawrence, William Beach 59, 76 

Lay.CharlesH 30 

Lay, George W • 72 

Lazzaro, P. H 35 

Leaver, F. E 25 

Ledyard, Henry 58, 76 

Leo, Arthur 49 

Lee, William 49 

Leese, Robert H 28 

Legar6, Hugh S 5,51 

Legendre, C. W 17 

Lematire, H 19 



Page. 

Lennox, N 28 

Leon, Gersam 19 

Letcher, Robert P 64 

Levert, J 19 

Levi M 35 

Levison, D 16 

Levy, Judah S 15 

Lewis, B. R 17 

Lewis, Charles H 11,68 

Leydeu, J. W 23 

Lidgerwood, William V. V 52 

Lieber, Francis 12 

Lindsey, Benjamin 16 

Lippitt, George W 51, 75 

Litchfield, A. C 22 

Livermore, Arthur 24 

Livingston, Edward 5,57 

Livingston, Jasper H 71,78 

Livingston, P. B 18 

Livingston, Robert R 57 

Livingston, Vanbrugh ... 56 

Lluch, Alexander 33 

Loehr, Charles H 36 

Long, J. Donaldson 33 

Long,O.M: 18 

Loomis, Levi 7 

Lopez, F.J 31 

Lord, E. C 17 

Lorimer, E 25 

Louis, Henry 20 

Lowe, Frederick F 11, 54 

Lowenstein, Richard 34 

Lucas, Josiah M 26 

Luce, P. N 30 

Lumbroso, Daniel 16 

Lundgreen, M. H 34 

M. 

Macgowan, P. S 22 

Machado, D.D 31 

MacLean, Edward P . . . . 20, 36 

MacMauniis, George L.. 28 

Mac Veagh, Wayne 74 

Madison, James 5 

Malmros, Oscar 24 

Mangum, W. P 28 

Mann, A. Dudley 5 

Mann,J.B 13 

Mann, William Grayson. 75 

Mans, E. H 21 

Manton,B.D 35 

Marcy, William L 5 

Marix, Henry 6,8 

Markbreit, Leopold 11,52 

Marling, John L 60 



INDEX OF NAMES. 

Index of numia — Coutinued. 



109 



Page. 

ilarriott, James C 77 

MaiTono, L 28 

Marsaniek, (} '28 

Marsb, George P 11, 02, 73 

Marshall, Iliiniiilirey 54 

Marshall, John 5, 57 

Martin, Jacob L 69 

Martin, John 31 

Martin, John J 77 

Martin, J. L 58, 76 

Martin, P. D 22 

Martins, Alexander C 30 

Mascarenhas, J. M 31 

Masi, Emilio 27 

Mason, John, jr 77 

Mason, John T 58 

Massey, Thomas E 75 

Math6, J 32 

Mathews, Felix A 15 

Matteini,J.C 27 

Mattoon, Calvin S 27 

Mascy, Virgil 51 

Maxwell, John S 78 

Mayer, Brantz 77 

Mayer, Charles 29 

McAfee, Robert B 54 

McBride, James 61 

McCarthy, Charles 6,9 

McClary, Ira I> 22 

McClung, Alexander K.. 51 

McCook, Edward M 37, 61 

McCook, Edwin S 37 

McCurdy, Charles J 50 

McDonald, A.J 22 

McDonald, James R 20 

McDougall, M 22 

McGinty, John 16 

McGraw, Hugh 7 

ilclutyre, D 21 

McKay, H.B 34 

McKean, J. G 24 

McKeen, D 24 

McKellar, Peter A ' 17 

McLane, Louis 5,59 

McLane, Robert M 54, 64 

McLaughlin, "W. F 20 

McLean, Edward P 20, 36 

McMahon, Martin T 67 

McNeill, F., 22 

McPherson, D., jr 23 

McRae, Thomas 26 

McSorley, George 25 

Mead, Rufus 30 

Meade, Richard K 52 

Meadows, J. A. T 17 



Pago. 

Medina, R 33 

Melville, Gansevoort 76 

Mena, D. P 29 

Meredith, T 20 

Meshaka, N 35 

Metcalf, M 28 

Metheny, D 35 

Mexia, J. Carlos 12 

Meyer, Jacob, jr 20 

Meyhoffer, J 19 

Middleton, Arthur 71,78 

Middleton, Henry 69 

Middlewood, George 23 

Miller, Horace H 51 

Minvielle, P 33 

Mitchell, G 26 

Mitchell, George N 28 

Mitchell, Julian A 78 

Mobeck, S.C 34 

Molina, C 32 

Moll, Louis 21 

Molloy, T.N 26 

Monroe, James 5, 57, 59, 71 

Montagnie, J. de la 19 

Monti, L 28 

Montjoy, S.C .30 

Moore, Benjamin 22 

Moore,D.L 28 

Moore, Frank 76 

Moore, George O 13 

Moore, H. D 26 

Moore, J. A 18 

Moore, Thomas P 54 

Moore, W. F 18 

Moran, Benjamin 11, 60, 76 

Morand, Charles 33 

Morgan, George W 68 

Morgan, Thomas 1 75 

Morice, H 22 

More, Vincent 16 

Morong, John C 17 

Morrell, Arthur 18, 55 

Morrill, A 29 

Morris, Edward Joy 71 , 74 

Morris, George A. K 27 

Morris, Gouverneur 57 

Morris, M.H 34 

MoiTison, Alexander 26 

Morrison, Thomas 6, 9 

Morton, James 21 

Motanari, Joseph 33 

Motley, John Lothrop. . .51, 60, 78 

Moureau, Julius 29 

Mueller, Charles 30 

Muhlenberg, Henry A . . . 50 



Page. 

Mailer, Luis 32 

^Muiiiz, J 33 

Munro, C. A 68 

Murphy, Henry C 65 

Murphy, John 30 

Murphy, "William S 53, 60, 73 

Murray, John 25 

Murray, William Vans. .51, 57, 65 

Musttafa, Iberhim ben... 16 

X. 

Naa, Kru 32 

Nadal, E. S 77 

Nahmons, L. S 19 

Neal, Henry S 68 

Nelson, Hugh 71 

Nelson, John 5, 70 

Nelson, Thomas H 11,53,64 

Nemegyei, F. M. de 29 

Neve, John 21 

Nicholas, John R 22 

Nickerson, Pliny M 30 

Nicolaides, John 35 

Neilson, C 24 

Niles, Nathaniel 57, 70, 7S 

Noonan, J. R 24 

Northcote, H. Stafford... 12 

Nunes, J. J 31 

Nunes, R 23 

Nunes, Ralph 23 

Nunn, J 24 

Nyeborg, J 18 

O. 

O'Bryon, James R 6,8 

O'Couner, Henry 8 

0'KilI,H 27 

0'Neil,C.F 31 

O'SuUivan, John L 68 

Obermayer, Max 20 

Ods, Lewis P 30 

Ogden, S 24 

Olcott, Franklin 19, 36 

Olgiati, Victor 19 

Osterhaus, P. J 19 

Otterbourg, Marcus 64 

Otto, William T 13 

Owen, Jacob M 23 

Owen, Robert Dale 71 

Owen, W. H 23 

P. 

Pace, Samuel D 25 

Page, Clayton H 16 

Page, William R 35 

Palmer, Robert M 50 



no 



EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Index of names — Continued. 



Page. 

Talmer, Sir Eounclell 12 

Park, James 20 

Parker, Peter . . .' 54, 75 

Parrott , AYiUiam S 77 

J'artridge, F. "W 32 

Partridge, Jas. E., 11, 53, 61, 70, 74 

Patrullo, E. Juanes y 29 

Paulson, EicliaEd 24,36 

Payne, J. B 24 

Payne, Martin 23 

Payson, Charles 6,8 

Peabody , Alfred S 22 

Peacock, D. E 31 

Pearne, Thomas H 23 

Pearson, J. B 33 

.Peck,H.E 61 

Peck, L. E 26 

.Pedan, James A 50 

Peirce, Henry A 11,61 

Peixotto,B.F 35 

Pellet, E.P 18 

Pendleton, John S 50, 53 

Pennington, AVilliam S. . . 76 

Pe'ratoner, A 27 

Perkins, Elias CI 

Pernis, E 27 

Perry, Charles E 18 

Perry, Horatio J 72, 78 

Peyton, Bailie 53 

Phelan, I. F 23 

Phillips, Andrew C 23 

Phoenix, Eichard 17 

Piatt, Donn 58,76 

Picciotto, J. de 35 

Picciotto, S. de 35 

Pickens, Frances W 69 

Pickering, Timothy 5 

Pickett, J. C 54, 67, 68, 75 

Pierce, Joaiah.jr 78 

Pierson, William M 29 

Pike, James S 65 

Pike, Nicolas 25 

Pile, Williayn A 11,74 

Piflckney, Charles 71 

Pinckney, Charles C 57 

Pinckney , Thomas 59, 71 

Pinder, Frederick W 17 

Pineo, H. G 25 

Pinkney, Charles 69,78 

Pinkney, William 59, 69, 70 

Pirrone, Lctterio 27 

Plattner, J. Georges 19 

Plumb, Edward Lee 64,77 

Poinsett, Joel E 62 

I'olk, John P C,8 



Page. 

Polk, WiUiam H 70 

Poll, F 21 

Pollard, Eichard 53 

Pollina, C 27 

Pomeroy, George P 76 

Pomutz, George 32 

Pond, Frederick 16 

Poole, James B 29 

Pooley , Eobert P 25 

Pope, Thomas 1 77 

Porter, David 73 

Porter, J.H 29 

Portman, A. L. C " 62 

Post, P. Sidney 15 

Postel, Emile 19 

Potestad, Luis de 13 

Potts, Benjamin F 37 

Pratt, H.D.J C, 7 

Preble, William P 65 

Preston, George 24 

Preston, Thomas T 25 

Preston, William 72 

Prevost,G. M 29 

Prevost, L. V 56 

Price, Milton M 19 

Prindle, AsaC 21 

Proffit, George H 52 

Pruyn, Erastus C 74 

Pruyn, Eobert H 62 

Purves, William 25 

Puyos, Henry 29 

Quemb, Moses 15 

E. 

Eaguet, Condy 52 

Ealli, Peter 31 

Ealston, H 23 

Eandall, Alexander W. .. 69 

Eandolph, Edmund • 5 

Eandolph, John 69 

Eap, Joseph 28 

Eaphel, Joseph A 33,36 

Eawson, F. G 25 

Eea, James 21 

Eead, J. Meredith, jr 19 

Eedington, James 25 

Eedman, Alfred 15 

Eeed,D wight T 6,7 

Eoed, William B 54 

Eeeves, George F 6,8 

Keid, William 22 

Eeinhardt, O. C 34 

Eencher, Abraham 68 



Page. 

Eenouf, T 25 

Eey, Charles 30 

Eeynolds, James E 24 

Eeynolds, Thomas C 72, 78 

Ehodes, Albert 65 

Eice, N. E 11 

Eice, William T 23 

Eich, William 64,77 

Eichards, F. S 23 

Eichardson, E 21 

Eiottc, Charles N. ..;. . .11, 55, 66 

Eitter, Herman 33 

Eives, Francis E 76 

Eives, William C 57,58 

Eoberts,W 23 

Eobertson, F. A 23 

Eobertson, G 23 

Eobeson, John T 24 

Eobinson, Christopher ... 67 

Eobinson, Edward 13,20 

Eobinson, H.M 26 

Eoca, Frederick 34 

Eoche, G. dela 20 

Eochester, William B 53, 60 

Eodney, Caesar A 50 

Eogers, H. Gold 70 

Eohrmoser, Ernest 18 

Eonne, T.H 18 

Eoot, Joseph P 11,53 

Eose.S.C 17 

Eosecrans, William S 04 

Eousseau, Eichard H 61 

Eowan, John 70 

Eowlands, Daniel 24 

Eoyce, Charles H 15 

Eablee, Horace 1,73 

Eugglcs, Henry 32 

Euiz, Henrique 32 

Eush, Benjamin 76 

Eush, Eichard 58,59 

Eussell,J 33 

Eussell, Jonathan 57, 59, 72 

Eyckman, Garret W 75 

Eyder, Henry B 20 

Eyley, John 34 

S. 

Saccuto, B. de D 16 

Safiford, A. P. K *.... 37 

Saito,B 28 

Salatho, H 34 

Salf,A 30 

Salter, Albert E 17 

Sammis, E. C 16 

Sanford, Henry S 51 58, 76 



INDEX OF NAMES. 
Index of names — Coutiiiued. 



Ill 



Page. 

Sauiie,L 27 

Sargent, John 54 

vSaridacbi, G 35 

Sartori, A 20 

Saunders,E.M 72 

Sannders, S. P....' 24 

Saunders, U 24 

Savoy, Edward A 7 

Sawyer, Frederick A 78 

Sawyer, H 30 

Sawyer, E.G 24 

Scbenck, Robert C 1 1, 52, 60 

Scberr, Bruno 34 

Scbmitt, Emilio G 33 

Scbmitz, C 29 

Schoeller, G 15 

Scbofleld, W. A 25 

Scbroeder, Francis 72 

Schucbard, C 29 

Schucbardt, W 29 

Scbiicking, P. L 68 

Scburz, Carl 72 

Scbutz, A 17 

Scbutz, Fred 30 

Scbuyler, Eugene 1 1, 70, 78 

Scbwartz, A 32 

Schwarzmann, C 20 

Sclopis, Count 12 

Scott, Peter "W 15 

Scott, Walter 7 

Sears, W.H 24 

Seaton, Gales 76 

Seibels, J. J....'.! 51 

Selleck,"W.Yates 21 

Sellier, L 19 

Semple, James 54 

Serres, "William G 19 

Settle, Tbomas.. 67 

Severance, Lutber 60 

Sevier, Ambrose H 03 

Seward, Frederick W 5 

Seward, George F 17 

Seward, William II 5 

Seymour, Thomas H 69 

Seys, John 62 

Sbalders, E. J 16 

Sbannon, James 53 

Shannon, Eicbard Cutts 11, 53, 75 

Shannon, Wilson 63 

Shaw, Albert D 26 

Sbeats, C. C 18 

Sheldon, Daniel 57,76 

Sbellabarger, Samuel 63 

Sbepard, Charles 28, 62 

Sbeppard, Eli T 17 

Shields, Benjamin G 74 



Page. 

Shore, A.J 31 

Short, William 57, 05, 71 

Sickles, Daniel E 11,72,76 

Siler, James W 18 

SilvaA. A 31 

Silva, F. A 31 

Silva, H.J 31 

Simmons, E. B 18 

Simms, William 21 

Simon, A. M 20 

Sims, Clifford S 25 

Sisco, Pierre 24 

Sisson, Isaac 29 

Skilton, Julius A 29 

Slidell, John 63 

Small wood, Joseph 7 

Smith, Bertbold 32 

Smith, Buckingham 64, 77, 78 

Smitb, George 24 

Smith, James 35 

Smith, Jasper 31 

Smith,Jno.Adams.49, 57, 59, 70, 78 

Smith, John Cotton 52 

Smith, John Spear 59 

Smitb,J.W 24 

Smitb, Eobert 5 

Smitb, T.C 31 

Smitb, Tbomas P 19 

Smith, William 68 

Smitb, William Steuben. . 78 

Smitbers, E. J 35 

Sobrinbo, J. J. T 16 

Solf, G.Ed 30 

Solomons, M 23 

Somerville, William C... 72 

Soule, Pierre 72 

Sousa, J. A. da 31 

Sousa, Jos6 A. da 31 

Southall, T 22 

Sparrow, J 31 

Spence, Carroll 73 

Spencer, O. M 27 

Spencer, Thomas 27 

Spilsbury, Francis 27 

Spizzichiiio, F. N 16 

Spohn, A. E 29 

Sprague, De Witt C 20 

Spraguo, H 32 

Si)rague, H. J ! . 23 

Springer, Joseph A 33, 36 

Squier, E. George 60 

Stamatiades, D 35 

Stampfli, Jacob 12 

Stanton, Edgar 22 

Stanton, Edwin L 37 

Stanton, Stephen K 76 



Pago. 

Starace, Michele 27 

Starkweather, David A . . 53 

St. Clair. F.O 6,8 

Steele, Isaac N 74 

Stella, N 27 

Sternberg, Edward . . 20 

Steuart, John H 20 

Stevens,B.F 13 

Stevens, John L 11, 67, 74 

Stevens, William J 24 

Stevenson, Andrew 59 

Stewart, James 24 

Stickney, William 77 

Stiles, William II 50 

Stilwell, Thomas N 74 

Stockton, John P 69 

Stone, Miles K 22 

Stone, Warren C 6, 7 

Stribling, Com'doreC. K . 54 

Strobl, August 34 

Struve, F. G. L 25 

Stryker, Joseph W 10 

Studer, Adolphus G 25 

Sullivan, Peter J 55 

Sumter, Tbomas, jr 52, 75 

Surur.G .35 

Sutter, Jobn A., jr 28 

Swift, Alfred G IC 

Swift, George W 26 

Swift, John 26 

T. 

Talbot, J.E 26 

Tayler,E.W ..-- 13 

Tayloe, Edward T 75 

Taylor, Alphonso 22 

Taylor, Bayard 70, 78 

Taylor, James W 26 

Taylor, Tbomas 13 

Taylor, WiUiam N 26 

Teel, C.F 27 

Ten Eyck, Anthony CO 

Tengely, J. A 22 

Tenterden, Lord 12 

Thayer, Alex. W 15 

Thionvillo, H 19 

Tbirion, Charles F 19,36 

Tbomas, Francis 11,67 

Thomas, Jobn A 5 

Thomas, Henry L 6, 8 

Thompson, A 35 

Thompson, Almon A 23 

Thompson, Waddy 63 

Thomson, Joseph Ad 13 

Thomson, William 25 

Thornton, James B €7 



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• Index of names — Continued. 



Page. 

Throop, Eiios T 70 

Ticknor,H.M 27 

Titi.Theo 27 

Tod, David 52 

Todd, Charles S 69, 75 

Tomassini, A. P 27 

Topbam, J. T 34 

Torbert, Alfred T. A 33,70 

Torrey, Franklin 27 

Townsend, William H . . . 22 

Travis Charles M IG 

Trenor, Richard 34 

Trescot, William H 5, 76 

Trimble, Henry W 27 

Trist, Kicbolas P 63 

Trousdale, William 52 

Trowbridge, Charlie 29 

Trowbridge, S. T 29 

Tuckermau, Charles K. . . fiO 

Tudor, William 52 

Turner, D 29 

Turner, Daniel 28 

Turner, J. Milton 11,62 

Turpin, Edward A 74 

U. 

Ulrich, J 29 

TTpsher, Abel P 5 

Upton, Charles H 34 

Upton, J. B 25 

Uttenhoven, H. von 21 

V. 

Vail, Aaron 59, 71, 76 

Vail,S.M 21 

Vails, John F 29 

Van Allen, John T 56 

Van Buren, Martin 5, 59 

Van Buren, Thomas B 13 

VanDyck, E. A 34 

Van Gils, A 30 

Van Ness, Cornelius P . . . 71 

Van Valkenburg, E. B 62 

Van Vliet, Klass C 30 

Vasconcellos, L. S. de 31 

Vasconcellos, L. S. de 16 

Vaughan, Edwin 22 

Venable, E. Williaoi 75 

Venable, William E 60 

Vendroux, J. P 19 

VeraCruz, J. J 31 

Verges, E.M 33 

Vesey, William H 19 

Viale, N 19 

Vianua, J. A. de M 31 

Vidal, Michel 16 



Villanueva, H 

Vinke, A 

Vitter, E 

Vizech, F 

Vlasto, John 

Volch, F 

Vroom, Peter D. . 
Vrooman, Daniel. 



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33 
30 
22 
15 
26 
21 
66 
17 



W. 

Wade, J. C 23 

Wadsworth, William H.. 12 

Wagner, C ■ 19 

Waite, Morrison R 12 

Walker, William 19 

Wallace, Thomas F. 18 

Wallis, William , 33 

Walsh, Charles S 71,78 

Walsh, Robert M 63, 75, 76, 77 

30 
20 
54 
25 
25 
60 
67 



Wambersie, A. A 

Wansleben, F 

Ward, John E 

Ward, J. P 

Warner, D. B 

Warren, Fitz Henry . . . 
Washburn, Charles A. . 

Washburne, Elihu B 5, 1 1 , 58 

Washburne, Gratiot 1 1 , 76 

Washington, George L... 33 

Watlington,B 33 

Watterson, H. M 50 

Watts, Beaufort/T 54, 75, 78 

Watts, Henry M 

Watts, Henry S 

Weaver, James Riley. . 
Webb, James Watson. 

Webb, John F 

Webster, C. B 

Webster, Daniel 

Webster, William P. . . 

Weile, Charles 

Weiner, E 

Weller, JobnB 

Werth, E 

West, Enian iiel 'j 

Westerdt, J. D 

Whallon, James H 



51 
75 
16 
50,52 
30 
25 
5 
20 
18 
27 
64 
27 
67 
20 
33 

W heaton, Henry 55, 66 

Wheelei-, John H 

Whidden, Benjamin F. . 

White, James G 

White. K. W 

White, Philo 

Whitman, C. W 

Whitman, Joseph E. . . . 



65 
61 
21 
23 
56 
24 
22 



Page. 

Whitney, Louis F 6 

Wickliffe, Robert, jr 70 

WikstriJm, Gabriel 34 

Wilbor,J. B 76 

Wilemsen, G. F 26 

Wilkins, A 32 

Wilkins, William 69 

Wilkinson, L 26 

Willard, Alexander 28 

Willemsen, G. F 26 

Williams, A. S 70 

Williams, James 73 

Williams, James F 30 

Williams, John 53, 60 

Williams, S. Wells 11, 54, 75 

Williamson, D. J 30 

Williamson, James 7 

Williamson, John G. A . . . 74 

Willington, W. H 16 

Wills, Charles 26 

Wilson, Charles L 76 

Wilson, James 17 

Wilson, James 74 

Wilson, James M 21 

Wilson, John 16 

Wilson, Thomas F 29 

Wing, E. Rumsey 11,56 



Wingate,J. C. A. 

Winser, H. J 

Winslow, Charles . 
Wise, Henry A 



17 
21 
28 
52 

Wise, O. Jennings 76, 77 

Wohlforth, GeorgS 7 

Wolf, John A 29 

Wolflf.A.L 20 

WoUey, Robert Wicklifte. 78 

Wood,ArthurB 6,8 

Wood, Bradford R 56 

Woodhull, Maxwell 77 

Woodley, T 26 

Woods, George L 37 

Woodside, Jonathan F.. . 55 

Wooley,R.H 72 

Worthington, H. G 50,74 

Wright, Edward U 78 

Wright, John C 66, 77 

Wright, Joseph A 66 

Wright, Robert Clinton.. 53 

Wright, Thomas 24 

Wright, William T 16 

Wurts, George W 11, 62, 77 



T. 

Yancey, Benjamin 
Yanni, A 



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Yeaman, George H 56 

Young, A.N 33 

Young, S.P 31 

Young, "William H 20 





Page. 


Younger, C. H 


33 


Z. 




Zadeh, Ainse M 


35 



Page. 

Zeisz, Augusto 33 

Zeyk, A. J. de 19,36 

Zimmerman, II. J 15 

ZoUikofer, A 26 



114 



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XXVIII.— INDEX OF PLACES. 



Pajce. 



Aberdeen, Scotland, (British) 

Acapulco, Mexico 

Adelaide, Australia, (British) 

Adra, Spain 

Aguadilla, Porto Rico, (Spanish) 

Aguas Calientes, Mexico 

Aintab, Syria, (Turliish) 

Aix-la-Chapelle, Prussia, (German) 

Atyab, Bengal, (British) 

Albany, Australia, (British) 

Aleppo, Syria, (Turkish) 

Alexandretta, Syria, (Turkish) 

Alexandria, Egypt, (Turkish) 

Algeciras, (Spanish) 

Algiers, Africa, (French) 

Alicante, Spain 

Almeria, Spain 

Amapala, Honduras 

Amoor Kiver, Asia, (Mcolaefski, Russian) . . 

Amoy, China 

Amsterdam, Netherlands 

Ancona, Italy 

Annapolis, Nova Scotia, (British) 

Antigua, "West Indies, (British) 

Antwerp, Belgium 

Apia, Navigator's Islands 

Archangel, Russia 

Arecibo, Porto Rico, (Spanish) 

Argentine Republic H, 15, 38, 40, 50, 

Ariehat, Cape Breton, (British) 

Arizona Territory 

Aspinwall, United States of Colombia 

Athens, Greece 

Auckland, Bay of Islands, (British) 

Augsburg, Bavaria, (German) 

Austria 11, 15, 38, 40, 50, 

Aux Cayes, Hay ti 

AveirOj Portugal 

B. 

Bahia, Brazil 

Ballymena, Ireland, (British) 

Bamberg, Bavaria, (German) 

Bangkok, Siam ^ . . 

Baraco.a, Cuba, (Spanish) 

Barbados, "West Indies, (British) 

Barbary States 

Barcelona, Spain 

Barcelona, Venezuela 

Barmen, Prussia, (German) 

Barrington, Nova Scotia, (British) 

Basle, Switzerland 



22 

28 
24 
33 
33 
28 
35 
20 
22 
24 
35 
35 

34,36 
32 
19 
32 
33 
27 
31 
17 
36 
27 
23 
21 
16 
20 
31 
33 

75,79 
24 
37 
18 
11 
21 
20 

75,79 
27 
31 



Basse Terre, Guadaloupe, (French) . 



Page. 

Bassein, India, (British) 22 

Batavia, Java, (Netherlands) 30 

Batavian Republic 51 

Bathurst, "West Coast of Africa, (British) . . 21 

Bay of Islands, New Zealand, (British) 21 

Bayonne, (French) 1!) 

Beaumaris, "Wales, (British) 24 

Beirut, Syria, (Turkish) 34 

Belem, Portugal 31 

Belfast, Ireland, (British) 21 

Belgium 11, 16, 39, 40, 51, 75, 79 

Belize, Honduras, (British) 21 

Belleville, Canada, (British) 23 

Benicarlo, Spain 34 

Bergen, Norway, 34 

Berlin, Prussia, (German) 11,20 

Bermuda, "West Indies, (British) 23 

Berne, Switzerland 11 

Bilbao, (Spanish) 32 

Birmingham, Great Britain 21 

Bizerta, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Black River, Jamaica, (British) 23 

Bogota, United States of Colombia 11, 18 

Bolivia 11,16,40,51,68 

21 
30 
19 
18 
19 
21 
31 



Bombay, Bengal, (British) 

Bonaire, "West Indies, (Netherlands) . 

Bordeaux, France 

Bornholm, Denmark 

Boulogne, France 

Bradford, England 

Brava, Verde Islands, (Portuguese) . . 



Brazil 11, 16, 38, 41, 52, 75, 79 

Bremen, Germany, (German) 20 

Brest, France , 19 

Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, (British) 23 

Brindisi, Italy 27 

Brisbane, New South "Wales, (British) 26 

Bristol, England 22 

Brixbam, England 22 

Brockville, Ontario, (British) 23 

Briinu, Austria 15 

Brunswick, Prussia, (German) 20 

Brussels, Belgium 11, 16 

Bucharest, Turkey 35 

Buenaventura, United States of Colombia. . IB 

Buenos Ayres, j^rgentine Republic H, 15, 75 

C. 



Cadiz, Spain 

Cagliari, Italy 

C.aipha, Syria, (Turkish) . . 
Cairo, Egypt, (Turkish)... 

Calais, France 

Calcutta, Bengal, (British) 
Caldera, Chili 



32 
27 
35 
35 
19 
22 
17 



INDEX OF PLACES. 

Index of places — Coutinuecl. 



115 



Page. 

Callao, Peru 30 

Caraargo, Mexico 28 

Canea, Island of Crete, (Turkish) 33 

Canton, China 17 

Cape Canso, Nova Scotia, (British) 24 

Cape Haytien, Hayti 27 

Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, (British) . . 22 

Caracas, Venezula 11 

Cardenas, Cuba, (Spanish) 33 

Cardiff, Wales, (British) 22 

Carlisle, England 24 

Carlsruhe, Baden, (German) 20 

Carrara, Italy 27 

Carthagena, Spain 32 

Carthageua, United States of Colombia 18 

Carupano, Venezuela 36 

Casa-Blanca, Morocco, (Barbary States) 15 

Cascumpec, Prince Edveard Island, (British) 22 

Castelamare, Italy 27 

Catania, Sicily, (Italian) 27 

Ceara, Brazil 16 

Cebn, Philippine Isles, (Spanish) 33 

Central America 53, 73, 60 

Cephalonia, Greece 26 

Cesimbra, Portugal 31 

Cette, France 19 

Ceylon, India, (British) 22 

Chanperico. G uatemala 26 

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Isl., (British) 22 

Chatham, Ontario, (British) 26 

CheeFoo, China 17 

Chemnitz, Saxony, (German) 20 

Cherbourg, France 19 

Chihuahua, Mexico 28 

Chili 11, 17, 39, 41, 53, 75, 80 

China 11, 17, 54, 75 

Chin-Kiang, China 11 

Chittagong, India, (British) 22 

Christ Church, England, (British) 21 

Christiania, Norway 34 

Christiansand, Norway 34 

Cienfnegos, Cuba, (Spanish) 34 

Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela 36 

Civita Veechia, Italy 28 

Clifton, Ontario, (British) 22 

Coaticook, Quebec, (British) 22 

Cobija, Bolivia 16 

Cobourg, Ontario, (British) 26 

Cochabamba, Bolivia 11 

Cockburn, Turk's Island, (British) 26 

Coconada, India, (British) 22 

Cognac, France 19 

Cologne, Prussia, (German) 20 

Colombia, United States of 11, 18, 39, 47, 54 

75,80,81,85 

Colonia. Uruguay 35 



Page. 

Colorado Territory 37 

Columbia, District of 37 

Comayagua and Tegucigalpa, Honduras 27 

Constantinople, Turkey 11, 35 

Copenhagen, Denmark 11, 18 

Coquimbo, Chili 17 

Corcubion, Spain 33 

Cordoba, Argentine Republic 15 

Corfu, Ionian Isles, (Grecian) 26 

Cork, Ireland, (British) 22 

Cornwall, Ontario, (British) 25 

Corunna, Spain 32, 33 

Costa Rica 11, 18, 41, 5.3, 81 

Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, (British) 24 

Cowes, England 25 

Crefeld, Prussia, (German) 20 

Cronstadt, Russia 32 

Curacoa, West Indies, (Netherlands) 30 

Cuxhaven, (German) 20 

Cyprus, Turkey 3.i 

D. 

Dakota Territory 37 

Damascus, Syria, (Turkish) 35 

Damietta, Egypt, (Turkish) 35 

Dantzic, Prussia, (German) 21 

Dardanelles, Turkey 35 

Dartmouth, England 25 

Deal, England 24 

Demerara, British Guiana, (British) 22 

Denia, Spain 33 

Denmark 1 1 , 18, 39, 41 , 55, 81 

Dieppe, France 19 

Digby, Nova Scotia, (British) 2:5 

District of Columbia, (U. S. A.) 37 

Dover, England 24 

Dresden, Saxony, (German) 20 

Drontheim, Norway 34 

Dublin, Ireland, (British) 22 

Dundee, Scotland, (British) 22 

Dunedin, New Zealand, (British) 21 

Dunfermline, Scotland, (British) 24 

Dunkirk, France 19 

Dunmore Town, Bahama, (British) 24 

Diisseldorf, Prussia, (German) 20 

E. 

East Harbor, Turk's Island, (British) 26 

Ecuador 11, 18, 39, 42, 56, 81 

Eleuthera, West Indies, (British) 24 

Elsinor, Denmark 13 

Esmeraldes, Ecuador if 

Espinho, Portugal .'! I 

European Nations 49 

F. 

Falmouth, England 23 



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Index of places — Continued. 



Page. 

Tal mouth, Jamaica, (British) 23 

Fano, Denmark 18 

Faro, Portugal 31 

Tayal, Azores, (Portugese) 30 

rigueira, Portugal 31 

Pijardo, Porto Eico, (Spanish) 33 

Fiji Islands 18 

Fiume, Avistria 15 

riorence, Italy 27 

Flores, Azores, (Portuguese) 30 

Flushing, Netherlands 30 

Foo-CboTT, China 17 

Fort de France, Martinique, (French) 20 

Fort Erie, Ontario, (British) 23 

France 11 , 19, 39, 42, 49, 57, 75, 81 

Frankfort-on-the-Main, Prussia, (German) . 20 

Frederickshaven, Denmark 18 

Frederickstadt, "West Indies, (Danish) 18 

Frederickton, New Brunswick, (British) ... 25 

Freemautle, Australia, (British) 24 

Freligshurg, Quehec, (British) 26 

Friendly and Navigator's Islands , . 20 

Funchal, Madeira, (Portuguese) 31 

G. 

Gaboon, Africa, (French) 19 

Galatza, Moldavia, (Turkish) ..., 35 

Gallipoli, Italy 27 

Ganonoque, Quebec, (British) 23 

Gasp6 Basin, Quebec, (British) 23 

Gcestemunde, Prussia, (German) 20 

Gefle, Sweden 34 

Geneva, Switzerland 34 

Genoa, Italy 27 

Georgetown, Prince Edw'd Island, (British) 22 

Georgeville, Quebec, (British) 22 

Gerba, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Germany 11, 20, 38, 42, 49, 58, 76, 82 

Ghent, Belgium 16 

Gibara, Cuba, (Spanish) 33 

Gibraltar, Spain, (British) 23 

Gijon, (Spanish) 33 

Gioja, Italy : . . . 27 

Girgenti, Italy 28 

Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, (British) 24 ' 

Glasgow, Scotland, (British) 23 

Gloucester, England 22 

Goderich, Ont.ario, (British) 23 

Goletta, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Gonaives, Hayti 27 

Gottenburg, Sweden 34 

Governor's Harbor, Eleuthera, West Indies, 

(British) 21 

Graciosa, Azores, (Portugui^se) 31 

Grand Bassa, Lifteria 28 

Grand Canary, (Spanish) 34 



Page. 

Grand Caymans, Jamaica, (British) 23 

Grao, Spain 34 

Great Britain 11, 21, 38, 43, 49, 59, 76, 82 

Greece 11 26,43,60,83 

Green Turtle Bay, "West Indies, (British) .. 24 

Guadaloupe, "West Indies, (French) 19 

Guantauamo, Cuba, (Spanish) 33 

Guatemala 11,26,43,60,83 , 

Guayama, Porto Eico, (Spanish) 33 

Guayaquil, Ecuador 18 

Guaymas, Mexico 28 

Guelph, Ontario, (British) 26 

Guernsey, England, (British) : 25 

Guerrero, Mexico 28, 29 

G uysborough. Nova Scotia, (British) 25 

H. 

Hague, The Netherlands H 

Hakodadi, Japan 28 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, (British) 23 

Hamburg, (German) 20 

Hamilton, Bermuda, (British) 23 

Hamilton, Ontario, (British) 23 

Hankow, China 17 

Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, (British) 26 

Harburg, (German) 20 

Hartlepool, Old, England, (Biitish) 24 

Hartlepool, West, England, (British) 24 

Havana, Cuba, (Spanish) 33, 36 

Havre, France 19 

Hawaiian Islands ' 11, 27, 43, 60, 83 

Hayti 11, 27, 39, 44, 61, 84 

Helsingfors, Finland, (Eussian) 31 

Hemmingford, Quebec, (British) 24 

Hereford, Quebec, (British) 22 

Hilo, Hawaiian Islands 27 

Hiogo and Osaka, Japan 28 

Hobart Town, Tasmania, (British) 23 

Homs, Syria, (Turkish) 35 

Honduras 11, 27, 44, 61, 84 

Honfleur, Franco 19 

Hong-Kong, China, (British) 23 

Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands 11, 27 

Huddersfield, England 24 

Huelva, Spain 32 

Hull, England . 24 



Idaho Territory 37 

Iloilo, Philippine Islands, (Spanish) 33 

Ismaila, Egypt, (Turkish) 35 

Italy, 11, 27, 38, 44, 02, 77, 84 

Ivica, Island, (Spanish) 33 

J. 



Jacmel, Hayti 

Jaffa, Syri.a, (Turkish) 



INDEX OF PLACES. 
Index of places — Continued. 



117 



Page. 

Japan 11, 28, 39, 44, C2, 84 

Jeremie, Ilayti 27 

Jersey Island, (British) 2"' 

Jerusalem, Syria, (Turkish) 35 



Lyons, France 



Page. 
19 



K. 



Kanagawa, Japan 

Kehl, Baden, (German) 

Kiang-Chow, China 

Kidderminster, (British) 

Kiel, (German) 

Kingston, Jamaica, (British) . . . 

Kingston, Ontario, (British) 

Kiu-Kiang, China 

Kijnigsburg, Prussia, (German) 

L. 



Lachine, Quebec, (British) 

Lagos, Portugal 

Laguayra, Venezuela 

Lagnna, Mexico 

La Libertad, San Salvador 

La Paz, Bolivia 

La Paz, Mexico 

La Kochelle, France 

La ITnion, San Salvador 

Lambaycque, Peril 

Lanzarottee, Canary Islands, (Spanish) 

Laraiche, Morocco, (Barbary States) 

Latakia, Syria, (Turkish) 

Lauthala, Fiji Islands 

Leca and Matoziuhos, (Portuguese) 

Leeds, England 

Leghorn, Italy 

Leicester, England 

Leipsic, Saxony, (German) 

JjCith, Scotland, (British) 

Leon, Nicaragua 

Liberia 11, 28, 39, 44, 

Licata, Italy 

Liege, Belgium 

Lille, France 

Lima, Peru 

Limoges, France 

Lincboro, Quebec, (British) 

Lingan, Nova Scotia, (Briti.sh) 

Lisbon, Portugal 

Liverpool, England 

Llanelly, "Wales, (British) 

London, England , 

London, Ontario, (Briti.sh) 

Londonderry, Ireland, (British) 

L'Orlent, France 

Lubec, (German) 

Ludwigshafen, Baden, (German) 



24 
31 
3G 
29 
32 
16 
29 
19 
32 
30 
34 
15 
35 
18 
31 
23 
27 
21 

20,36 
24 
11 

62, 84 
28 
16 
19 
11 
19 
22 
25 

11.31 

24,36 
22 

11,24 
25 
24 
19 
20 
21 



M. 

Maceio, Brazil 16 

Madagascar 28 

Madrid, Spain 11 

Maio, Cape Verde Islands, (Portuguese) 31 

Malaga, Spain 33 

Malta, Island, (British) 24 

Manchester, England 24 

Manila, Philippine Islands, (Spanish) 33 

Mannheim, Baden, (German) 20 

Manzanillo, Cuba, (Spanish) 34 

Mauzanillo, Mexico - 29 

Maracaibo, Venezuela 36 

Maranham, Brazil 16 

Marash, Turkey 35 

Margate, England 24 

Maisala, Italy 23 

Marseilles, France 19 

Martinique, (French) 20 

Matamoras, Mexico 29 

Matanzas, Cuba, (Spanish) 33 

Matozinhos, (Portuguese) 31 

Maulmaiu, India, (British) 22 

Mayaguez, Porto Rico, (Spanish) 33 

Mayence, Hesse-Darmstadt, (German) 21 

Mazagan, Morocco, (Barbary States) 15 

Mazatlan, Mexico 29 

McAdams Junction, N. B., (British) 25 

Medelin, United States of Colombia 18 

Mehdia, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Melbourne, Australia, (British) 24 

Memel, Prussia, (German) 21 

Mentone, France 19 

Merida, Mexico 29 

Messina, Italy 27 

Mexico 11, 28, 29, 38, 44, 62, 77, 84 

Mier, Mexico 29 

Miquelon Island, (French) 20 

Milan, Italy 27 

Milford Haven, Walcs,(Briti.sh) 22 

Minatitlan, Mexico 29 

Miragoane, Hayti 27 

Mogador, Morocco, (Barbary States) 15 

Monaco, Principality of 44 

Monatico, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Monganui, New Zealand, (British) 21 

Monrovia, Africa 11 

Montana Territory 37 

Montego Bay, Jamaica, (British) 23 

Monterey, Mexico 29 

Montevideo, Uruguay 11, 35 

Montreal, Quebec, (British) 24 

Morlaix, Franco 19 

Morocco, (Barbary States) 49 



118 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Index of places — Continued. 



Morrisburgh, Ontario, (British) 

Moscow, Russia 

Mozambique, Africa, (Portuguese). 

Munich, Bavaria, (German) 

Muscat 

Mytilene, (Turkish) 



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31 
31 
21 
30 
35 



N. 

Nagasaki, Japan 

Naguabo, Porto Kico, (Spanish) 

Nantes, France 

Napanee, Ontario, (British) 

Naples, Italy 

Nassau, "West Indies, (British) 

Navigator's Islands 

Nee-6-gata, Japan 

Netherlands 11, 30, 39, 44, 49, 65, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England 

Newcastle, New South Wales, (British) 

Newcastle, New Brunswick, (British) 

New Chwang, China 

New Mexico Territory 

Newport, England 

Nicaragua 11, 30, 39, 45, 

Nice, France 

Nieuwediep, Netherlands 

Ningpo, China 

Nordkoping, Sweden 

North German Union 

North Sydney, Nova Scotia, (British) 

Nottingham, England 

Nuevitas, Cuba, (Spanish) 

Nuevo Laredo, Mexico 

Nuremberg, Bavaria, (German) 

O. 



Oajaca, Mexico 

Odessa, Eussia 

Old Hartlepool, England 

Olten, Switzerland 

Omoa and Truxillo, Honduras. 

Oporto, Portugal 

Osaka and Hiogo, Japan 

Ostend , Belgium 

Ottawa, Quebec, (British) 



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33 
19 
22 
27 
24 
20 
28 

77,85 
24 
26 
25 
17 
37 
22 

65, 86 
19 
30 
17 
34 

77,86 
25 
25 
33 
29 
21 



Padang, Sumatra, (Netherlands) 30 

Palermo, Italy 28 

Palma, Canary Islands, (Spanish) 34 

Palma, Majorca, (Spanish) 33 

Panamii, United States of Colombia 18 

Para, Brazil 16 

Paraguay 1 1 , 45, 66 

Paraiba, Brazil 16 



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Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, (Netherlands) . . 30 

Paris, France 1 1, 1 9, 36 



Paris, Ontario, (British). 
Paso del Norte, Mexico.. 

Patras, Greece 

Pau, France 

Paysandu, Uruguay 

Payta, Peru 

Pekin, China 

Pelotas, Brazil 

Penang, India, (British) . 
Pernambuco, Brazil 



23 

29 

26 

19 

35 

30 

11 

16 

25 

16 

Peru 11, 30, 38, 45, 67, 68, 77, 86 

Peso de Regra, Portugal 31 

Pesth, Hungary, (Austrian) 15 

Picton, Quebec, (British) 23 

Pictou, Nova Scotia, (British) 24 

Piedras Negras, Mexico 29 

Pimental, Peru 30 

Pira?ns, Greece 26 

Plymouth, England 25 

Ponce, Porto Rico, (Spanish) 33 

Porto AUegre, Brazil 16 

Port Antonio, Jamaica, (British) 23 

Port Baltic, Prussia, (German) 31 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony, Africa, (British) 22 

Port Hope, Ontario, (British) 26 

Port Limon, Costa Rica 18 

Port Louis, Mauritius, (British) 25 

Port Mahon, Minorca, (Spanish) 33 

Port of Mebelta, Spain 33 

Port Natal, Africa, (British) 22 

Port de Pais, Hayti 27 

Port-au-Prince, Hayti 11 

Port Rowan, Ontario, (British) 23 

Port Said, Egypt, (Turkish) 35 

Port Sarnia, Ontario, (British) 25 

Port of Sidney, Cape Breton, (British) 25 

Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, (British) ... 25 

Port Stanley, Ontario, (British) 23 

Port St. Mary, Spain 33 

Portsmouth, England 25 

Portugal 11, 30, 38, 45, 68, 78, 86 

31 

22 

15 

25 

22 

29 



Poti, Russia 

Potton, Ontario, (British) 

Prague, (Austrian) 

Prescott, Ontario, (British) 

Prince Edward Island, (British) 
Progress, Mexico 



Prussia 66, 77, 87 



Puerto Cabello, Venezuela 

Puerto Plata, San Domingo 

Pugwash. Nova Scotia, (British). 

Punta Arenas, Costa Rica 

Punta Arenas, Nicaragua 



36 
32 
25 
18 
30 



INDEX OF PLACES. 

Index o/j;?acfs— Continued. 



119 



Page. 
Q- 

Quebec, Quebec, (British) 25 

Queensland, Australia, (British) 26 

Quito, Ecuador 11 

E. 

Rabat, Morocco, (Barbary States) 15 

Ramsgate, England 24 

Kangoon, Burniah, (British) 22 

Redditch, England, (British) 21 

Reims, France 20 

Retimo, Isle of Crete, (Turkish) 35 

Riga, (Russian) 32 

Ringkjobing, Denmark 18 

Rio Grande, Brazil 16 

Rio Hacha, United States of Colombia 18 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 11, 16 

Rio Negro, Argentine Republic 15 

Ritzebiittcl & Cushaven, Germany, (German) 20 

Rochefort, France 19 

Rome, Italy 11, 28, 69 

Ronne, Denmark 18 

Rosario, Argentine Republic 15 

Rostolf, Russia 31 

Rotterdam, Netherlands 30 

Rouen, France 19 

Russia 11, 31, 39, 45, 49, 69, 78, 87 

Rnstchuk, (Turkish) 35 

S. 

Sabanilla, United States of Colombia 18 

SaflS, Morocco, (Barbary States) 15 

Sagua la Grande, Cuba, (Spanish) 33 

Sal, Cape Verde Islands, (Portuguese) 31 

Salerno, Italy 28 

Salonica, (Turkish) 35 

Salt Cay, Turk's Island, (British) 26 

Saltillo, Mexico 29 

Salvador 11, 32, 46, 70, 87 

Samana, San Domingo 32 

San Andr6as, Caribbean Sea, (Colombia) ... 18 

San Dimas, Mexico 29 

San Domingo 32, 46 

San Jos6, Costa Rica 11,18 

San Jos6 do Norte, Brazil 16 

San Jos6, Mexico 29 

San Jos6 and Pimental, Peru 30 

San Jos6 de Guatemala 20 

San Juan de los Eemedios, Cuba, (Spanish) . 33 

San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua 30 

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua 30 

San Juan, Porto Rico, (Spanish) 33 

San Luis Potosi, Mexico 29 

San Salvador, (City,) Salvador 11, 32 

San Salvador, 'SVest Indies, (British) 24 

Santa Cruz, Cuba, (Spanish) 34 



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29 
18 
29 
33 
11 
31 
33 
16 
Sardinia 70, 78 



Santa Cruz, West Indies, (Danish) 

Santa Cruz Point, Mexico 

Santa Martha, United States of Colombia.. 

Santa Ro.sa, Mexico , 

Sautander, Spain 

Santiago, Chili 

Santiago, Cape Verd Islands, (Portuguese), 

Santiago de Cuba, (Spanish) 

Santos, Brazil 



Schiedam, Netherlands 

Scilly Islands, (British) 

Setubal, Portugal 

Seville, Spain 

Seychelles, Indian Ocean, (British). 
Sfax, Africa, (Barbary States) 



30 
23 
31 
34 
25 
16 

Shanghai, China 17,36 

25 
23 
32 
35 
25 
22 
31 
25 
35 
32 
30 
21 
32 
24 
25 



Sheffield, England 

Shelburne, Nova Scotia, (British) 

Siam 

Sidon, Sjria, (Turkish) 

Sierra Leone, Africa, (British) 

Simonstown, Africa, (British) 

Sines, Portugal 

Singapore, India, (British) 

Smyrna, Turkey 

Society Islands 

Soerabaya, Java, (Netherlands) 

Sonneberg, (German) 

Sonsonate, Salvador 

Soul, Quebec, (British) 

Southampton, England 

Spain 11,32,38,46,49,71,78 

Spezia, Italy 28 

St. Andrew's, New Brunswick, (British)... 25 

St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, (British) 23 

St. Bartholomew, W. I., Sweden and Norw'y 34 

St. Catharine's, Ontario, (British) 22 

St. Catharine's Island, Brazil 16 

St. Christopher, West Indies, (British) .... 25 

St. Domingo 32 

St. fitienue, France 19 

St. Eustatius, "West Indies, (Netherlands) . . 30 

St.Gallen, (Switzerland) 34 

St. George, New Brunswick, (British) ..:... 25 

St. George's, Bermuda, (British) 23 

St. Helena Island, (British) 25 

St. Helens, England 24 

St. Joao da Foz, Portugal 31 

St. John's, Quebec, (British) 26 

S t. John's Newfoundland, (British) 26 

St. John Now Brunswick, (British) 25 

St. Jorge, Azores, (Portuguese) '. . 31 

St. Lucia, "West Indies, (British) 21 

St. Marc, Hayti 27 

St. Martin, "West Indies, (Netherlands) .... 30 



120 EEGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

Index of places — Coutiuued. 



St. Michael, Azores, (Portuguese) 

St. Nazaire, France 

St. Paul de Loando, Africa, (Portuguese) . . . 

St. Pierre, Martinique, (French) 

St. Pierre, Miquelon, (French) 

St. Petersburg, Russia 

St. Stephen's, New Brunswick, (British) . . . 

St. Thomas, West Indies, (Danish) 

St. Thomas, Ontario, (British) 

St. Vincent, West Indies, (British) 

St. Vincent, Newfoundland, (British) 

Stanbridge, (British) 

Stanstead, Quebec, (British) 

Stavanger, Norway 

Stettin, Prussia, (German) ■ 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Stratford, (British) 

Stuttgart, Wiirtemberg, (German) 

Suez, Egypt, (Turkish) 

Snmmerside, Prince Edw'd Island, (British). 

Sunderland, England 

Sundsvall, Sweden 

Susa, Africa, (Barbary States) 

Sutton, Quebec, (British) 

Swansea, Wales, (British) 

Swatow, China 

Sweden and Norway 11,34,38,46,49, 

Swinemiinde, Prussia, (German) 

Switzerland 11> 34, 

Sydney, New South Wales, (British) 

Syra, Greece 

Syracuse, Sicilj-, (Italian) 

T. 



Tabasco, Mexico 

Taganrog, Russia 

Tahiti, Society Islands 

Talcahuano, Chili 

Tamatave, Madagascar 

Tampico, Mexico 

Tameui, Formo.sa, (Chinese) 

Tangier, Morocco, (Barbary States) . 

Taranto, Italy 

Tarragona, Spain 

Tarsus, Asia Minor, (Turkish) 



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19 
31 
20 
20 

11,32 
25 
18 
23 
21 
26 
26 
22 
34 
21 

11,34 
23 
21 
35 
22 
24 
34 
16 
26 
22 
17 

72,79 
21 

47,73 
26 
26 
27 



Tegucigalpa, Honduras 11, 27 

29 
. 34 
31 
15 
73 
11 
18 
24 
17 
31 



Tehuantepec, Mexico 

Teneriife, Canary Islands, (Spanish). 

Terceira, Azores, (Portuguese) 

Tetuan, Africa, (Barbary States) 

Texas 

The Hague, Netherlands 

Thisted, Denmark 

Three Rivers, Quebec, (British) 

Tien-Tsin, China 

Titiis, Russia 



Page. 

Toronto, Ontario, (British) 26 

Toulon, France 19 

Trapani, Sicily, Italian 28 

Trieste, Austria 15 

Trinidad de Cuba, (Spanish) 34 

Trinidad, (Island, ) West Indies, (British) ... 26 

Tripoli, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Tripoli, Syria, (Turkish) 35 

Truxillo, Honduras 27 

Tumbez, Peru , 30 

Tunis, Africa, (Barbary States) 16 

Tunstall, England 26 

Turin, Italy 27 

Turkey 11, 34, 38, 47, 73, 79 

Turk's Island, West Indies, (British) 26 

Tuscany 49 

Tutuilla, Navigator's Islands 20 

Two Sicilies 70 

Tyre, Syria, (Turkish) 35 

U. 

Uruguay 11,35,47,74 

Utah TeiTitory 37 

V. 

Valencia, Spain 34 

Valparaiso, ChiU 17 

Velez Malaga, (Spain) 33 

Venezuela 11, 36, 74 

Venice, Italy 28 

Vera Cruz, Mexico 29 

Verviers, Belgium 16 

Vianna, Portugal 31 

Victoria, Vancouver's Island, (British) 26 

Viegues, West Indies, (Spanish) 33 

Vienna, Austria 11, 15 

Vigo, Spain 33 

Villa do Conde, Portugal 31 

Villa Nova, Portugal 31 

Vivero, Spain 33 

W. 

Wallaceburg, Ontario, (British) 26 

Warsaw, Russia 32 

Washington Territory 37 

Waterford, Ireland, (British) 22 

Wellington, New Zealand, (British) 21 

West Hartlepool, England 24 

Weymouth, England 25 

Whampoa, China 1"? 

Windsor, Nova Scotia, (British) 26 

Windsor, Ontario, (British) 26 

Winnepeg, B. N. A., (British) 26 

Wolfville, Nova Scotia, (British) 23 

Wolverhampton , England 21 

Worcester, England 22 



INDEX OF PLACES. 
Index of places — Continued. 



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"Wyborg, Finland, (Russian) , 

TVyomiug Territory , 

T. 

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, (British) . 
Yedo, Japan 



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37 



Zacatocas, Mexico 

Zante, Ionian Isles, (Grecian) 
Zanzibar, (Islanil) 



23 

11 j Zurich, Switzerland. 



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26 
30 
34 



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