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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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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

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CORRECTIONS TO APRIL 15, 1874. 



Table I, page 
Table IV, page 

Table "VI, page 



Table VII, page 
Table XIII, page 

Table XIV, page 



Table XXIII, ^wfire 
Table XXIV, page 



7.— Henry B. Randolph, First-class clerk, March 1, 1874. 
12.— China, Benjamin P. Avery, E. E. and M. P., April 10, 1874. 

Venezuela, William A. Pile, resigned. 
15.— Rio Grande, George F. Upton, V. C. ; appointment dated March 21, 1874. 
17._Copenhagen,* Henry B. Ryder, C. , April 7, 1874. 
18.— Lyons, Charles M. Wood, C. C. 
19. — Apia, S. S. Foster, bond filed. 

Berlin, William O. Fraenkel, agent at Breslau, March 16, 1874. 
20.— Stuttgart, Egbert C. Sammis, C., April 11, 1873. 
22.— Hobart Town, Alex. George Webster, V. C. 

Belleville, John C. Hays, agent, March 20, 1874. 
23.— Liverpool, Charles D. Atwood, V. C, March 17, 1874. 

Mathewtown, John I. Sargent, agent, March 18, 1873. 
5. — Windsor, N. S., Benjamin D. King, agent at Parsboro', March 23, 1874. 

Alexander McN. Parker, agent at Walton, March 23, 1874. 
26. — Guatemala,* John Graham, C, April 10, 1874. 

Gonaives, H. Heberlein, agent, September 26, 1872. 
27 —Rome, Harold H. Tittmann, C. C. 

Kauagawa,* Thomas B. Van Buren, C, March 24, 1874. 
Grand Bassa,* H. L. Crusoe, C. A., March 9, 1874. 
John L. Crusoe, deceased. 
28. — Guerrero, Shelley, resigned. 

Santa Cruz Point, G. W. Lowe, agent, October 10, 1872. 
Meiida, Ramon Azuar, V. C. 

Neuve Laredo, Samuel M. Jarvis, V. C. A., March 25, 1874. 
29. — Zacatecas, Prevost, resigned. 

Soerabaya, Charles Matzen, agent. 
San Juan del Sur, Mead, deceased. 
Callao, Charles F. Powell, V. C, April 4, 1874. 
30. — Mollendo and Islay, abolished. 

Fayal, Jacintho Leal, D. C, March 20, 1874. 
John P. Dabnev, deceased. 
31.— San Salvador, Ernst Van de Gehucht, agent at La Libertad, March 9, 1874. 
Bangkok. Kru Naa, superceded. 
Barcelona, Frederick H. Scheuch, C, March 24, 1874. 
32.— Matanzas, James W. Steele, C, March 19, 1874. 
34. — Latakia, no agent. 
Retimo. no agent. 
35.— Lyons, Charles M. Wood, C. C. 

Rome, Harold H. Tittmann, C. C. 
37.— France, M. A. Bartholdi, E. E. and M. P., presented April 7, 1874, Wormley's. 
M. T. de Yermoloff, detached. 
M. Max-Fourclion, third secretary, 1823 I street. 
M. de la Bouliniere, attach^, 1823 I street. 
Great Britain, Hon. F. ■!. Pakenham, detached. 
40.— France, Charles Pillichody, V. C. at Mobile, April 10, 1874. 

Joseph Augusto Poitevin, V. C. at Pensacola, April 10, 1874. 
41.— Greece, Emilo V. Sutter, C, San Francisco. March 2, 1874. 

Hayti, William A. Cuniming, V. C, Wilmington, N. C, March 3, 1874. 
Netherlands, Zimmerman, V. C. G., New York, deceased. 
O'Hara, V. C. G., Key West, deceased. 
Anslyn, V. C., Keokuk, deceased. 
4;} —Sweden and Norway, John Burchardt, V. C, San Franci.sco, March 24, 1874 
07. — China, Frederick F. Low, resigned M»rch 28, 1874. 

Benjamin P. Avery, E. E. and iM. P., April 10, 1874. 
106. — Venezuela, William A. Pile, re.signed A]iril 13, 1874. 
112.— France, A. Bartholdi E. E. and M. P. Presented credentials Ai)ril 7, 1874. 

* Commission awaiting tiling of bond. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PART I. — Register of existing officers, employes, etc : 

1. Officers aud Clerks of the Department of State 5 

"2. Organization of the Department 8 

3. Regnhxtions of the Department 10 

4. Present Diplomatic Service of the United States 11 

5. Regnlations concerning Diplomatic Precedence 13 

6. Present Consular Service of the United States 13 

7. Consular Clerks 35 

8. American and Mexican Joint Claims Commission 36 

9. American aud Spanish Joint Claims Commission 36 

10. Dispatch Agents 36 

11. Officers of the Treasury for examining accounts from the Department of 

State 36 

12. Congressional Committees, 1st Session, 43d Congress 36 

13. Foreign Legations now in the United States 37 

14. Foreign Consuls now in the United States 39 

15. List of papers concerning Foreign Relations, printed by order of Con- 

gress during the 3d Session of the 42d Congress, and during the 1st 

Session of the 4od Congress, prior to March 1, 1S74 43 

PART II. — Historical register: 

16. List of persons elected to be Secretary of Foreign Affairs under the Con- 

stitution ^ 53 

17. List of persons who have been appointed to be Secretary of State 53 

18. List of persons who have been appointed to be Assistant Secretary of 

State 55 

19. Second Assistant Secretary of State , 55 

20. List of chief clei-ks of the Department of State 56 

21. List of Examiners of Claims .: 57 

22. List of Diplomatic Agents of the United States prior to the adoption of 

the Constitution 57 

23. List of Diplomatic Agents of the United States since March 4, 1789 59 

24. List of Heads of Foreign Legations, and Foreign Plenipotentiaries in 

the United States since March 4, 1789 .., 106 

25. List of International Arbitrations aud Claim Commissions 125 

26. List of Treaties and Conventions concluded between the United States 

and Foreign Powers 128 

PART III. Index: 

27. Index of names 135 

23. Index of places 144 

PART IV. Maps showing the diplomatic and consular ports in foreign 
countries. 



NOTICE. 



The compiler of this register will feel grateful if gentlemen discovering errors or 
omissions in it will make them known to the Department, in order that they may he 
corrected in future editions. Especially officers in 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. 

Depautment of State, 

Washington, March 1, 1874. 



PART I.-REGISTER OF EXISTING OFFICERS, EMPLOYES, ETC. 



I.— OFFICERS AND €IiFRKS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Xames, offices, and salaries. 



Secretary of State, ($8,000.) 
Hamilton Fish , 



Assistant Secretary of State, 
(§3,500.) 

•J. C. Bancroft Davis 



Second Assistant Secretary 
of State, (ig.3,500.) 

William Hunter 



Chief Clerk, (|2,500.) 
Sevellon A. Brown 



Chief of Bureau of Accounts, 
(S2,400.) 

Edward Haywood 



Where 
born. 



N.T 



Mass 



E.I 



N.T 



N.Y 



Whence 
appointed 



N.Y 



N.T 



R.I 



N.T.... 



N.T. 



Service in the Department. 



Commissioned Secretary of State March 11, 1869 ; re- 
signed March 17, 1873: recommissioned March 17, 
1873. 



Commissioned Secretary of Location at London June 
7, 1849 ; Assistant Secretary of State March 25, 
1869; named January 4,1870, to proceed for the 
President as arbitrator between Great Britain and 
Portugal respecting Bulama ; directed to act as 
United States secretary in British-American Joint 
High Commission at Washington February 14, 1871 ; 
appointed agent before tribunal at Geneva June 29, 
1871 ; recommissioned Assistant Secretary of State 
January 24, 1873. 



Appointed clerk ilay 22, 1829 ; chief of bureau in 
charge of relations with Spanish America and Bra- 
zil, 1833 to 1848 ; acting claims clerk October 1, 1848 ; 
claims clerk March 16, 1849 ; chief clerk May 17, 
1 852 ; commissioned Assistant Secretary May 8, 
1855, -with the understanding that on the appoint- 
ment of another Assistant Secretary he should re- 
sumo the position from which he was promoted ; 
resumed position as chief clerk November 1, 1855 ; 
designated as Assistant Secretary ad interim, De- 
cember 21, 1860 ; commissioned Second Assistant 
Secretary July 27, 1866. 

Appointed temporary clerk December 9, 1864 ; clerk 
of class one July 1, 1866 ; cla.ss two October 16, 1866 ; 
class four June 1, 1870 ; chief of Bureau of Indexes 
and Archives July 1, 1873; member of Board of Civil 
Service Examiners for Department of State August 
7, 1873 ; chief clerk August 7, 1873. 



Appointed temporary clerk ■November 1, 1861 ; re- 
signed Feruary 1, 1863; appointed clerk of clasa 
one July21, 18G4: class two August 1, 1867 ; class 
three March 22, 1669 ; class four December 21, 1870 ; 
disbursing agent April 5, 1873 ; chief of Bureau of 
Accounts July 1, 1873. 



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OFFICERS AND CLERKS. 



Karnes, offices, and salaries. 



AYhere 
born. 



■Wlieiice 
aiipoiuted 



Service iu the Department. 



ChieJ' of Bureau of Indexes 
and Archives, (•?2,400.) 

John H. Haswell 



Chief of First Diplomatic 
Bureau, (S-2,400.) 

Geori;e L. Benlan 



Chief of Second Diplomatic 
■Bureau, ($2,400.) 



X. T 



X.T 



N. Y . . 



Ky. 



Charles Pay son . 



Sicily . 



Mass. 



Chief of First Consular Bu- 
reau, (12,400.) 

Arthur B. Wood 



N. T 



Va. 



Chief of Second Consular 
Bureau, (§2,400.) 

A. H. Clements 



Private Secretary. 
(§1,800.) 
Jolin Davis 



D.C. 



Ma.ss. 



D.C. 



Mass 



Clerks of the fourth class, 
(•?1,800.) 

George Bartle 

Ferdinand Jefferson 

Henry L. Thomas 

JohnP.Polk 

TTarren C. Stone 



Va. 



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N.Y. 



Appointed temporary clerk January I, 1865; class 
one Angust 1, 1867 ; class two lilarch 22, 1869 ; class 
three June 1, 1870 ; class four June 22, 1811 ; chief of 
the Bureau of Indexes and Archives August 7, 1873. 



Appointed clerk of class one October 1, 1S63 ; class 
two June 4, 1864 ; class three January 1, 1865 : class 
four December 21, 1870 ; chief of the First Diplo- 
matic Bureau July 1, 1873. 



Appointed clerk of class three June 1, 1870 ; class 
four December 21, 1870 ; chief of Second Diplomatic 
Bureau July 1, 1873. 



Appointed temporary clerk July 1.5,1867; class one 
February 1, 1869 ; class three December 21, 1870 ; 
acting chief clerk June 23, 1873 ; member of Board 
of Civil Service Examiners for Department of State 
April 19, 1872 ; re-appointed August 7, 1873 : chief 
First Consular Bureau July 1, 1873. 



Appointed temporary cleik March 28, 1866 ; class one 
December 1, 1866 ; class three February 1, 1869 ; 
chief Second Consular Bureau July 1, 1873. 

Aijpoiuted temporary clerk September 29, 1870 ; class 
one June 22, 1871 ; secretary to agent of the United 
States before tribunal at Geneva January 15, 1872 ; 
appointed clerk of class four, and private secretary 
to Secretary of State, October 22, 1872. 



Appointed clerk December 1, 1852 ; class two June 1, 

1856; class three April 1, 1861 ; class four July 1, 

1866. 
Appointed clerk of class one June 7, 1856 ; class three 

August 15, 1859 ; class four July 27, 1866. 
Appointed temporary clerk September 1, 1869 ; class 

four October 9, 1869. 
Appointed clerk November 1, 1849 ; promoted July 9, 

1850 ; July 22, 1850 : class three July 1, 1855 ; class 

four April 1, 1873. 
Appointed temporary clerk August 5, 1865 ; class one 

April 1, 1866 ; class two July 1, 1866 ; class three 

August 1, 1809 ; class four August 7, 1873. 



OFFICERS AND CLERKS. 



Xames, offices, and salaries. 



Clerks of the third class, 

(81,600.) 

Thomas Morrisou 



Dwight T. Eeed 



F. 0. St. Clair ... 
Frederick Korte 

P. L. Scliiickins . 



Jobn J. Chew 

Newton Benedict . 



Clerks of the second class, 
^81,400.) 



Louis F. Whitney 
George F. Reeves 



Samnel Kendrick. 



Clerks of the first class, 
(61,200.) 

Henrj' Marix 



E.:m. Hinds 

Charles McCarthy 

James R. O'Hryou 

Joseph S. J. E.aton 

Hugh McGraw 

James Hall Colegate 

Miseellatieous. 
William P. Faherty, (11,300.) 



James A. Barr, (11,200) 
Thomas Griffin, (|800) 
William Gwin, (.f840) . 



Where 
born. 



Canada.. 
Ohio .... 

N. T . . . . 

Germany 

Germany 

D.C 

X. Y . . . . 



Canada 
N. Y . . . 



N. Y 



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

N.Y .. 

D.C... 

Md.... 



Whence 
appointed 



Service in the Department. 



N.Y..-. 
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Md 

D.C 

D.C-..- 
iST. Y . . . 

D.C... 
2f . Y . . . 

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Scotland 
Ireland . 
Va 



D.C. 

La .. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

Wis. 

D.C. 
D.C. 

D.C. 



D.C. 
D.C. 

Va.. 



Appointed temporary clerk March 7, 1867 ; class 

three -July 1, 1869. 
Api)oiuted temporary clerk October 1, 1867 ; class one 

April 1, 1870; class two June 1, 1870; class three 

December 21, 1870. 
Appointed temporary clerk November 12, 1865 ; class 

two June 7, 1870 ; class three Juno 22, 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk December 7, IPCS ; class 

one June 1, 1870 ; class two December 21, 1870 .- class 

three October 1, 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk August 17, 1863 ; class 

one June 22, 1871 ; class two October 1, 1871 ; class 

three December 1, 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk May 24, 1870 ; class one 

October 1, 1871 ; class three Ajiril 28, 1873. 
Appointed temporary clerk September 15, 1865 ; class 

one December 21, 1870 ; class two December 1, 1871 ; 

class three January 1, 1874. 



Class two June 1, 1870. 

Appointed temporaiy clerk October 8, 1866 ; June 13, 
1870 ; class one September 2f, 1870 ; class two De- 
cember 21, 1870. 

Appointed temporary clerk June 27,1870; class one 
December 21, 1870 ; class two Januarj- 1, 1874. 



Appointed temporary clerk June 23, 1870 ; class one 

December 21, 1870. 
Appointed temporary clerk June 4, 1870 ; class one 

June )i% 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk May 1, 1871 ; class one 

June 22, 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk October 15, 1870 ; class 

one December 1, 1871. 
Appointed temporary clerk March 21, 1873 ; class one 

April 28, 1873. 
Appointed clerk class one May 1, 1873. 
Appointed clerk class one May 1, 1873. 



Appointed assistant messenger February 1, 1840 
proof-reader and superintendent of the foreign 
mails, 1846. 

Appointed lithographer July 1, 1873. 

Appointed assistant to the x)rool'-reader 1866. 

Ajjpointcd chief messenger July 1, 1871. 



8 



OFFICERS AND CLERKS ORGANIZATION. 



Xames, offices, aud salaries. 



Messengers and laborers, 
(§-•20.) 

Levi Loomis 

George "Wolilforth 

Henry W. Freemau 

Henry Jarvis 

Joseph Smallwood 

Luke Karney 

Louis Beauregard 

Edward A. Savoy 

Jolin Butler 

John H.Kelly 

James Williamson 

Xicholaa C affray 

Ignatz Kraus 

Walter Scott 



Where 
born. 



Mass 

Germany 
N.C .... 

Va 

D.C 

Ireland . 
Canada . 

D.C 

Md 

D.C 

Va 

N. T . . . . 
Germany 
Enslaud. 



Whence 
appointed 



Va.. 

D.C. 
N.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C- 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
K T 
N.T 
D.C. 



Service in the Department. 



Appointed messenger February 1, 1863 ; 

messenger July 1, 1871. 
Laborer, 1806. 
Laborer, August 10, 1866. 
Laborer, 1866. 
Laborer, 1865. 
Laborer, 1867. 
Laborer, November, 1869. 
Laborer, 1871. 
Laborer, October 13, 1871. 
Laborer, December, 1871. 
Watchman, 1849. 
Watchman, 1869. 
Watchman, October 11, 1871. 
Watchman, October 13, 1871. 



assistau 



II.— ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ST.4TE. 

Office hours: For the public, from 9i- a. m. to 2^ j). m. ; for the clerks and employes, from 9i a. m. to -1 
p. m. Thursdays are reserved exclusively for the Diplomatic Corps. 



Bureaus and clerks. 



CHIEF CIJLRK. 

Sevellon A. Brown. 

BUREAU OF ARCniVES AND INDEXES. 

John H. Haswell, Ohief of Bureau. 
Warren C. Stone. 
F. O. St. Clair. 
Joseph S. J. Eaton. 

FIRST DIFLOSIATIC BUREAU. 

(Under the superintondonco of the 
Assistant Secretary.) 
George L. Berdan, Chief of Bureau. 
Dwight T. Keed. 
E. M. Hinds. 

SECOND DIPLOMATIC BUREAU. 

(TTnder the superintendence of the 
Second A.ssistant Secretary.) 
Charles Pay.sou, Ohief of Bureau. 
John P. Polk. 
P. L. Schiicking. 



Distribution of business. 



He has general sujiervision of the clerks and employes of the 
Department. 



The duty of opening the mails ; prei)aring and registering, daily, 
full abstract s of all corre.spoudeuce to and from the Department : 
indexing such correspondence, both by subjects aud persons ; 
the preservation of the archives, and tlio arrangement of the 
papers to accompany the Messages and Reports to Congress ; 
answering calls of the Secretary, Assistant Secretary, and 
Chiefs of Bmeaus for correspondence, &.C., <tc. 



Diplomatic correspondence with Austria, Belgium, Denmark, 
China, Frauce, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Netherlands, 
Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Norway, and Switzerland, and 
miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 



Diplomatic correspondence with the Argentine Republic, Boli- 
via, Brazil, Barbary States, Chili, Colombia, Costa Rica, 
Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Guatemala, the Hawaiian, Islands 
Hayti, Hoiuluras, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Para, 
gu;iy, I'eiu, Russia, Salvador. Turkey, TTruguay, Venezuela, 
and miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 



ORGANIZATION. 



9 



Bureaus and clerks. 



FIRST CONSULAR BUREAU. 

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

SECOND CONSULAR BUREAU. 

(Under the superintendence of the 
Second Assistant Secretary.) 
A. H. Clements, Chief of Bureau. 
J. H. Colegate. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO THE SECRE- 
TARY OF STATE. 

John Davis. 

LAW BUREAU. 

Henry O'Connor, Examiner of Claims. 

BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS. 

E. Haywood, Chief of Bureau. 
Thomas Morrison. 
Hugh McGraw. 

KEEl'ER OF R0L:.S. 

Ferdinand Jefferson. 

STATISTICS. 

Charles Payson. 

John .J. Chew, Librarian. 

H. Maris. 

TRANSLATIONS. 

Henry L. Xhomas, Translator. 

PARDONS AND COMMISSIONS. 

George Bartle. 

PASSPORTS. 

Xewton Benedict, Passport Clerk. 

TELEGRAPH. • 

Thomas Morrison, Operator. 



MAILS. 

William P. Faherty. 
Charles McCarthy. 



Distribution of business. 



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 correspondence 
relating thereto. 



Correspondence with consulates in the dominions of the Argen- 
tiuo Republic, Bolivia, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Costa Rica, 
Ecuador, Greece, Guatemala, Hawaiian Islands. Hayti, Hon- 
duras, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, 
Russia, Salvador, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, and other 
consulates not under the Firsf Consular Burenu, together 
with miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto. 

Charge of confidential correspondence of the Secretary of State. 



(From the Department of Justice.) The examination of all 
questions of law submitted by the Secretary or the Assistant 
Secretaries, and of all claims. 

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



Custody of the treaties, rolls, old archives, and archives of inter- 
national commissions ; promulgation of the laws and treaties. 

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



Translations by order of the Secretary, or the Assistant Secre- 
taries, or Chief Clerk. 

Preparation and i.ssuo of commissions; prejiaration of pardons 
and correspondence relating thereto ; apiilications for office. 

The issue and record of passports. 



Reception of messages to the Department, and transmission of 
such as may be ordered by the Secretary or Assistant Secre- 
taries. 



Superintendent of foreign mails. 
Mail clerk. 



Note. — The unassigned clerks are employed, under the direction of the Chief Clerk, on the general 
work of the Department. It is understood, however, that Udtwith.stauding the above ilistribution, the 
Chief Clerk may require the clerks of one Bureau to do the work belonging to any otlur Bureau when 
the convenience of the Department requires it. 

I 



10 EEGULATIONS. 



lII.-Kri>ES AXI> KE«IJI.ATIOXS OF THE ©EPARTTMEXT OF STATE. 

Department of State, Januari/ 3, 1871. 

I. The office hours of the Department are frou) 9.30 a. in., at which hour gentlemen 
are expected to be at their desks, to 4 p. ni.; and nntil snch later hour as the exigency 
of the public business shall demand. A satisfactory explanation will be required for 
all absences between these hours. It is expected that the reading of newspapers in 
the Department will be dispensed with during business hours. Clerks and employ6s 
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 auy 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- 
si)ondence, and records in his charge. If, at any time, his force is insufficient for the 
work assigued to him, or if any gentleman in his Bureau fails to comply with these 
regulations, 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 
Bureau (except the Bureau of Accounts) to the Chief Clerk of the condition of his 
Bureau, showing the amount of the correspondence of the previous month, the number 
of pages yet to be recorded or compared, and the 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 tlie general Bureaus, and with a tabulated abstract 
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 tenth day of each mouth, make 
a report to the Secretary showing the exact condition of each appropriation and ac- 
count on the first day of the mouth ; and as to each appropriation an account stating — 
1. The amount appropriated. 2. Reference to statute making appropriation. .3. Amount 
of ai)propriation in the statute. 4. Amount of appropriation remaining in Treasury. 
T). Amount drawn during the mouth. 6. Amount remaining unexpended. 7. Amount 
expended during the month. 8. Amount in the hands of disbursing clerk. 9. Where 
amount in the bauds of clerk is deposited. Also with respect to trust fuuds or other 
moneys in 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. Anujunt of interest, and when received. 6. Present amount of fund. 7. 
Nature of investments, and where deposited. 8 Amount in the hands of the disbursing 
clerk. 9. Where amount iu the hands of clerk is deposited. In all cases the total of 
balances in baud to be footed up. 

V. Reports and abstracts iirepared for the use of the Secretary, or either of the As- 
sistant Secretaries, should be made on blanks prepared for the purpose, and should con- 
cisely and fully present the facts, issues, and points of argument, and generally all 
information necessary to the conii)lete understanding of the subject, with all necessary 
references. Tlie labor of reviewing the correspondence should not devolve npou either 
of the Secretaries, but must be performed by the clerk who may be directed to make 
the rei)ort or abstract. 

VI. The pouches containing the nuiils shall be opened immediately npou their arrival 
in the Department, ami the official mail delivered without delay to the Bureau of In- 
dexes and Archives, where it will be opened, indexed, and delivered to the Chief Clerk, 
and by him laid before the proper Assistant Secretary. All papers sent out by the Sec- 
retary and the Assistant Secretaries will be taken to the Chief Clerk, and referred by 



DIPLOMATIC SERVICE OF THE UXITED STATES. 



11 



him to the proper Bureau. A note of each reference will be made in the Bureau of In- 
dexes uud Archives, so that no difficulty will arise in tracing any paper, if called for 
before it is returned to be permanently filed. All correspondence requiring the signa- 
ture 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 Department, 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 o})pi)rtuuity will be given to each Assistant Secretary to see the corre- 
spondence which has not been submitted to his inspection. 

VIII. The Bureau of Indexes and Archives shall be the depository for the archives, 
the dispatches, notes, and letters to the Department, except those relating to pass- 
poi'ts, and to applications for office, and for the records of the official and other corre- 
spondence from the Department. Dispatches and letters received must be acknowl- 
edged at the earliest practicable moment after their receipt in the various Bureaus and 
returned to the index-room, to await final reply, if further answer is necessary. 

IX. Deteuiiou of papers, either on desks or shelves of any of the various Bureaus, 
excepting draughts of iustructions, is prohibited, without special approval of the 
Assistant Secretai'y who has charge of the Bureau. All communications should bear 
indorsement of the dates of the action of the Department. 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 Bureau ot 
Indexes and Archives, shall leave in the place thereof a signed memorandum, de- 
scribing the book or paper. When the course of business may require the reference to 
a pajjer from one Bureau to another, a memorandum, showing the date of such refer- 
ence, should be made and deposited in the index-room by the clerk making the refer- 
ence. 

XI. It is desirable to keei) the index-room free during office hours, so far as possible ; 
therefore clerks wishing papers will send for the same through messengers, when prac- 
ticable ; and all requisitions from the Secretary or Assistant Secretaries for papers will 
be refei-red 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 geueral subjects, if not particularly addressed.) and their 
date. This list will, in all cases, be recorded with the dispatch, with a marginal refer- 
ence to the book or tile in the Department where the inclosure can be found. A single 
inclosure must be noted in the same manner. The clerks will also insert in the record- 
books such marginal references as to the inclosures in the correspondence since 12th 

March, 1869. 

HAMILTON FISH, Secretary. 



IV.— PRESEXT DIPEOM VTIC SERVICE OF THE TXITEI) ST.4TES. 



To what country 
accredited. 


Name and rank. 


Residence. 


"Where 
born. 


Whence 
appoint'd. 


Date of oi'ig- 
iual com- 
mission. 


li 


Argentine Rep... 
Austria-Hungary, 

Bol**'iuni 


Thomas 0. Osborn, Min. Res. . 

JohnJ^ay, E. E. & M. P 

John F. Uelaplaine, Sec. of Leg. 
J. Russell Jones Min. Res 


Buenos Ayres. 

Vienna 

Vienna 

Bru.ssels 

La Paz 

Rio do Janeiro. 
Rio de Janeiro. 


Ohio .. 
N.T .. 
X. T . . 
Ohio .. 
Ky.... 
Md... 
Conn.. 


lU 

N.Y .. 
N. Y .. 
Ill ... . 
Ky.... 
Md.... 
Me ... 


Feb. 10, "74 
Apr. 13, '09 
June 1, '09 
June 1, '09 
Dec. 20, '7-2 
May 23, '71 
June 20, '71 


§7, SOO 

12, 000 

1,800 

7,500 


Bolivia 


John T Croxton Min Res 


7,500 


Brazil 


Jas. R. Patridge, E. E. & M. P. 
R. C. Shannon, Sec. of Leg 


12, 000 
1,800 



12 



DIPLOMATIC SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 



To -what country 
accredited. 



Central Ameri-1 
can States : 

Costa Kica. 

Guatemala. 

Honduras . . 

Nicaragua . 

Salvador . . . 

Chili 

China 



Colombia 
Denmark 
Ecuador . 
France 



Germany 



Gi'cat Britain, 



Greece 

Hawaiian Islands. 

Hay ti 

Italy 



Name and rank 



Japan 



Liberia 
Mexico 



Residence. 



Nethei'land.s 
Paraguay**. 

Peru 

Portugal 

Russia 



Spain . 



Sweden, Norway . 

Switzerland 

Turkey 



Uruguay... 
Venezuela 



George Williamson, Min. lies 



Cornelius A.Logan, E.E.&M.P. 
Frederick F. Low, E. E.& M. P. 
S.W.AVilliams, Sec. of L. & Int. 
William L. Scruggs, Min. Kos . 

^l. J. Cramer, t Min Res 

E. Rumsey Wing, Min. Res 

E. B. AVashburne, E. E. & M P. 
Wickham Hoffman, Sec. of Leg. 
G. Washburne, 2d Sec. of Leg. 
George Bancroft, E. E. & M. P 

Alex. Bliss, Sec. of Leg 

Nicholas Eish, 2d Sec. of Leg. . 
Robt't C. Schenck, E. E. & M.P 

Benj. Moran, Sec. of Leg 

W. H. Chesebrough, 2d Sec.Leg 
John Meredith Read, jr., M. R, 

Henry A. Peirce, Min. Res 

E. U. Bassett, Min. Res. & C. G. 
Geo. P. Marsh, E. E. & M. P . . . 
Geo. W. Wurts, Sec. of Leg . . . 
John A. Bingham, E. E. & M. P. 
Durham W. Stevens, S. of Leg. 

N.E.Rice,Int 

J. M. Turner, Min. Res. & C. G. 
John W. Foster, E. E. &. M. P. . 

Porter C. Bliss, Sec. of Leg 

Chas. T. Gorham, Min. Res 

John C. Caldwell, Min. Res 

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

Chas. FI. Lewis, Min. Res 

Marshall Jewell, E. E. & M. P. 
Eugene Schuyler, Sec. of Leg. . 
Caleb Gushing, E. E. & M. P . . . 

Alvey A. Adee, Sec. of Leg 

C. C. Andrews, Min. Res 

Horace Rublee, Min. Res 

George U. Bokcr, Min. Res 

J. H. Goodenow, Sec. of Leg. 
and Consul-General. 

A. A. Garguilo, Int. to Leg 

John C. Caldwell, Min. Res 

William A. Pile, Min. Res 



Guatemala . 



Where 
born. 



S.C... 



Tenu. 
Switz 
Ky... 
Me... 
N.T. 



N.T. 

Ohio . 
Pa... 
N.T. 
Pa... 
Mass- 
Conn. 
Vt ... 



Santiago Mass. 

Peking 

Peking 

BogotA 

Copenhagen . 

Quito 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris j 111 . . 

Bei'lin Mass 

Berlin 

Berlin 

London 

London 

London 

Athens .... 
Honolulu . 
Port au Prince 

Rome 

Rome 

Tedo 

Tedo 

Tedo 

Monrovia 

Mexico 

Mexico 

The Hague . . 
Montevideo . . . 

Lima 

Lisbon 

St. Petersburg, 
St. Petersburg. 

Madrid 

Madrid 

Stockholm 

Berne 

Constantinople 
Constantinople 



Constantinople 
Montevideo. 
Caracas 



o « 

H a 

« •-• 

.a ® 



Date of orig- 
inal com- 
mission. 



Pa . . . 
D.C.. 



Ind 



Conn. 
Me... 
Md... 
Va... 
N.H. 
N.T. 
Mass. 



N.H. 
Vt ... 
Pa... 
Me... 



Me 
Ind 



La.. 



Kans 

Cal.... 

Mass . . 

Ga.... 

Ky.... 

Ky.... 

HI 

La ... . 
Ill .... 
N. T.. 
N.T .. 
N.T.. 
Ohio . . 
Pa.... 
N.T .. 

(II) 
Mass . . 
Pa .... 
Yt .... 
Pa .... 
Ohio . . 
D.C... 
Me.... 
Mo.... 
Ind . . . 
D.C... 
Mich . . 
Me.... 
Md.... 
Ya.... 
Conn.. 
N.T.. 
Va.... 
N.T.- 
Minn . 
Wis... 
Pa.-.. 
Me.... 



*Mayl7, '73 



a 


. 


o 


q 


p. 


o 


§ 


^ 


O 





$10,000 



Me.... 
Mo... 



:Mar. 17, '73 
Sept. 2S. 'OE) 
June 27, '55 
Apr. 9, '73 
Sept. 9, '70 
Nov. 16, 'G9 
Mar. 17, 'G9 
Mar. 18, "67 
Feb. 15, '72: 
May 31, '71 
June 10, '67 
May 22, '71§ 
Dec. 22, '70 
July 29, '64 
June 8, '72 
Nov. 7, '73 
May 10, 69 
Apr. 16, '69 
Mar. 20, '61 
Apr. 16, '69 
May 31, '73 
Aug. G, '73 
Mar. 21, '72 
Mar. 1, '71 
Mar. 17,'731[ 
July 12, '70 
July 12, '70 
Jan. 8, '74 
Mar. 25, '72 
Mar. 1.5, '70 
May 29, '73 
Mar. 24, '70 
Jan. 6, '74 
Sept. 9, '70 
Juno 3, '69 
Apr. 20, 69 
Nov. 3, '71 
Nov. 13, '64 

July 1, 73 
Jan. 8, '74 
May 23, "71 



10, 000 

12, 000 
5,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 

17, 500 
2, 625 
2,000 

17, 500 
2, 625 
2,000 

17, 500 
2,625 
2,000 
7, .500 
7,500 
7,500 

12, 000 
1,800 

12, 000 
2,500 
2,500 
4,000 

12, 000 
1,800 
7,500 

,10,000, 
7,500 

17, 500 
2,625 

12, 000 
1,800 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
3,000 

3,000 

10, 000 

7,500 



* To take ett'ect July 1, 1873. t Naturalized. + To take effect April 1, 1872. 

§ To take effect July 1, 1871. || Promoted from Consul-General at Paris. H To take effect June 1, 1873. 

** Superadded office. (See Uruguay.) 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 13 



v.— REGUL,ATIOSrS C'OXCERXIXG THE PRECEDEJTCE OF DIPIiOSIATIC 

AGENTS. 

The rules ou this subject, which have been prescribed by the Department, are the 
same as those contained in act 17 of the Congress of Vienna, of June 9, 1815, as follows : 

In order to prevent the incouveniences which have frequently occurred, and which 
might again arise, from claims of precedence among different diplomatic agents, the 
plenipotentiaries of the powers who signed the treaty of Paris have agreed on the fol- 
lowing articles, and they think it their duty to invite the plenipotentiaries of other 
crowned heads to adopt the same regulations : 

Article 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 charg(5s d'affaires accredited to ministers for foreign affairs. 

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

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

Art. IV. Diplomatic agents shall take iirecedence 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 consangu-iuity or of family alliance between courts confer no 
precedence on their diplematic agents. The same rule also applies to political alliances. 

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



VI.— PRESEXT CONSIJEAR SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Tbe 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 15, the incumbents of which 
receive a fixed salary, and are not allowed to transact business ; 2. Those embraced iu 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 iu their ottices, 
and are allowed to transact business. The classification of the consulates named in the schedules is as 
follows : 

Schedule B. — I. Consulates-general — Cairo, Calcutta, Constantinople, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Havana, 
Montreal, Shanghai, Beirut, London, Paris. II. Consulates. — Aix-la-Chapolle, Acapulco, Algiers, Amoy, 
Anisterdau), Antwerp, Aspiuwall, Iiangkok, Barmen, Basle, Belfast, Birmingham, Buenos Ayres, Bor- 
deaux, Bremen, Brindisi, Boulogne, Barcelona, Cadiz, Callao, Canton, Cli<'muitz, Chiii-Kiang, Clifton, 
Coaticook, C<uk, Demeraia, Duudee, Elsiuore, Fort Erie, Foo-Choo, Funclial, Geneva, Genoa, Gibraltar, 
Glasgow. (Jodericli, Halifax, Hamburg, Havre, Honolulu, •Hong-Kong, Hankow, Hakodadi, Jerusalem, 
Kanagawa, Kiugst(»i, (.ramaioa,) Kingston, (Canada.) La Kochelle, Laguayra, Leeds, Legluu-n, Leipsic, 
Lisbon, Liverpool, Lyons, Malaga, Malta, Manchester, Matanzas, Marseilles, ^lauritius, Melbourne, 
Messina, Munich, Make, Nagasaki, Naples, Nassau, (West Indies,) New Castle, Nice, Nantes, Odessa, 
Oporto, Osacca, Palermo, Panama, Pernambuco, Pictou, Port Mahon, Port Said, Prescott, Prince Ed- 
ward Lsland. Port Sarnia, Pesth, Quebec, Kio de Janeiro, Kome, Rotterdam, San Juan del Sur, San Jiuiu, 
(Porto Uico,) Saint Johu's, (Canada East,) Santiago do Cuba, Singai)ore, Smyrna, Southampt<m, Saint 
Petersburg, Santa Cruz, (West Indies,) Saint Tlnnnas, Si)ezzia, Stuttgart, Swatow, Saint Helena, Tan- 
gier, Torcmto, Trieste, Trinidad de Cuba, Tripoli. Tunis, Tunstall, Tien-Tsin, Turk's Island, Valparaiso, 
Vera Cruz, Vienna, Valencia, Windsm', (Canada West,) Zurich, Winnepeg, (Selkirk settlement, British 
North America.) Commercial agencies. — Madagascar, San Juan del Norte, Santo Dumingo. 

SciiEHULE C. — Cnnsulate-rjenerul — Mexico. Consulates — Aux Ca.yes, Baliia, Batavia, Bay of Islands, 
Cape Haytien, Caudia, Cape Town, Carthagena, Ceylon, Cobi.ja, Cyprus, Falkland I.slands, Fa.val, Guay- 
aquil, Guaymas, Maranham, Matamoras, (Mexico,) Montevideo, Oinoa, Payta, Para, Paso del Norte, 
Pirauis, Hio Grande, Saint Catharine, Santiago, ((,'apo Ver<le,) Stettin, Santerem, Tabasco, Tahiti, Tal- 
cahuano, Tnmbez, Venice, Windsor, (Nova Scotia,) Zanzibar. Commercial agencies. — Amoor Kiver, 
Apia, Gaboon, Saint Paul de Loaudo, Lauthala, Sabanilla. 

Co.N.suLATEs .VNi) Co.M.MEHCi.vL AuExciEs NOT INCLUDED IN SCHEDULES B OK C— I. Consulates-; 
Aguas Calientes, Alicante. Amapaia, Ancona, Archangel, Barbadoes, Bathuist, Bergen. Berlin, 
Bilboa, Bogota, Bombay, Bristol, Brunswick, Brussels, Bucharest, Buenaventura, Cardilf, (Jarl.sruhe, 
Carrara, Carthagena, (Spain,) Chihuahua, Christiauia, Ciudad Bolivar, Colonia, Coponhagcu, Co- 



14 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



quimbo, Cordoba. Corunna, Cura§oa, Denia, Dresden, Dublin, Falmouth, Florence, Galatza, Gasp6 
Basin, Ghent, Gottenburg, Guadaloupe, Guatemala, Hamilton. (Bermuda.) Hamilton, (Canada,) 
Helsin^lbrs, Hobart Town, Lagnna, Lambayeciuo, La Paz, (Bolivia,) La Paz, (Mexico,) La Union, 
Leith, Londonderry. Ludwigshafen, llanila. Manzauillo, (Mexico,) Maracaibo, Mazatlan, Meiida, Min- 
atitlan, Monterey. Moscow, Mozambique, New Chwang, ^iuiipo, JTuremberg, Ostend, Padang, Para- 
maribo, Plymouth, Prague, Puerto Cabello, Reim.s, Rio Haclia, Rosario, San Bias, San Dinias, San 
Jose. (Costa Riea.) San Jose and Cape Saint Luca'^, San Salvador, Santander, Santa Martha. Santos, 
Seville, ShefUelil. Sierra Leone, Sonneberg, Sonsonate. Saint John's, (New Brunswick,) Saint John's, 
(Newfoundland,) Saint Martin, Saint Pierre, (Martinique.) Stockholm, Taranto, Teneriffe, Trinidad, 
(Island.) Vervier's, Victoria, Warsaw, Zacatecas, Zante. II. Commercial Agencies — Antigua, Belize, 
Bradford. Camargo, Grand Bassa, Guerrero, Maruata, Medellin, Mier, Nuevo Laredo, Oajaca, Piedras 
Xegras, ''residio del Norte, Saniana. San Andres, Sau Luis Potosi, Saint Bartholomew, Saint Christo- 
pher, Saint Marc, Saint Pierre, (Miquelon,) Sydney, Tetuau. 

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 
compensation of salaried Consuls is limited to the amount of the salary, (out of which the othcer mvist 
defra.y the expen.ses of clerk -hire,) except that C)nsuls whose salaries do not exceed $1,500, and from 
■whose Consulates without the agencies fees are paid into the Treasury to the amount of 83,00ii a .year, 
are corapeu.sated at §'.i,000 a year. The compensation of the feed consuls is limited to |2,.")00, if the fees 
exceed that sum ; such Consuls can pa.y clerk-hire from the fees received at the consulate when thereto 
speciallv authoiized, but not otherTvise. 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, 1872. It is 
the usual pi actice for the agent to retain one-half the fees of the agency until the sum retaincul by him 
amounts to $1,000. This rule is not universal as regards the ijroportion, but the maxinmm of .f;l,000 
cannot be exceeded. The Consul is entitled to retain not more than •■|1.000 a year in the agtrregate 
from the agencies under his consulate. The letters (C. G.) indicate Cousul-Geueral ; (C.)(>jnsul; 
(V. C.) Vice-Consul; (C. A.) Commercial Agent ; (D. C ) Deputy Consul; (Agt.) Ageut ; (Int.) Inter- 
preter; (Mar.)#Marshal; (C. C.) Consular Clerk. The letter (n) indicates that the officer is a natural- 
ized citizen, and the letter (6) that he is authorized to transact business. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC— BELGIUM. 



Place. 



AKGENTINE RE- 
PUBLIC, 

Buenos Ayres 

Do 

Cordoba (b) 

Do 

Rosario (&) 

Do 



AUSTRIA-HUN- 
GARY. 

Prague (h) 

Do 

Trieste 

' Do 

Fiume 

Vienna 

Do 

Brunn 

Pesth 

BARBARY STATES 

Tangier 

Do 

Gasa Blanca 

Laraiche 

Mazagan 

Mogador 



Name and title. 



Edward L. Baker C. 

Charles S. Bowers, V.C. 
C. 



B. W. Green V. C. 

Thomas B. Wood.... C. 
Alanson S. Hall ..V. C. 



David McM. Gregg. .C. 
Nathan Beuedikt .V. C. 

A. W. Thayer C. 

Ferdinand Vizich. V. C. 

L. Francovitch Agt. 

P.Sidney Post C. 

Wm. Hertz V.C. 

Gustaviis Sehoeller . Agt. 
Joseph S. Kauser. . Agt. 



F. A. Mathews C. 

Peter W.Scott.... V.C. 

Peter Oautier Agt. 

Mesod Abecasis Agt. 

Alfred Redman .Agt. 

Abraham Corcos. . . Agt. 



o 
.a 






o 
p. 



U.S 



Pa 



Mass 



N. T . . . 



Scotland. 



Illinois.. 



cs 5 



Jan. 8, '74 
June 20, '72 



Arg. Rep Feb. 13, '74 
Arg. Ropj Mar. 3,'73 
Aixg. 2, '72 



Pa. 



N.T. 



Ill 



Cal 



Jan. 23, '74 
Mar. 23,'71 
Nov. 1,'64 
May 21, '67 
May 8, '65 
June 18, '66 
June22,'69 
Nov. 18,'63 
July 6, '69 



July 9, '70 
Sept. 28, '71 
Nov.20,'72 
June 20, '62 
June 20, '62 
June 20, '62 






|2, 500 



Fees 

Fees 



Fees 



2,000 



5, 000 



3, 000 






$4, 718 20 



No rep't. 

190 79 



3, 719 75 



1, 439 38 



19 48 
6, 245 50 



360 50 
279 50 



27 50 



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



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
BELGIUM— BRAZIL. 



15 



Place. 



Name and title. 



Rabat Moses Quemb 



Isaac Benzacar. 
Judah S. Levy. 



Michel Vidal. 



G. H. Heap 



Saji 

Tetiian (b) 

Do 

Tripoli 

Do 

Tunis 

Do 

Bizerta | F.N. Spizzichino . 

Gerba Iber. ben Musttafa 

Goletta i Joseph Ciivisal . . . 

MehcUa Daniel Lumbroso . 

Monatico B.deD. Saccuto . . 

Sfax ! T. Adol. Ghigijino. 

Susa ! Vincent Mora 



,Ast. 
.Agt. 
C.A. 
V. C. 
...C 



v.c 
...c 
v.c 

-Agt 
.Agt 
.Agt 
-Agt 
■Agt 
-Agt 
-Agt 



BELGIUM. 

Antwerp 

Do 

Brussels (b) 

Do 

Ghent (6) 

Do 

Ostend (b) 

Do 



Jas. Riley Weaver . . . C . 

Ernst Fuchs V.C. 

John Wilson C. 

Gustave Daws V. C 

C 

Desire Levison . . . V. C . 

M. Van J. Duclos C . 

V.C. 



Verviers (h) ' Bernard TV. Brisbois . . . 

Do L A.Gohr V.C. 

Liege Agt. 



BOLIVIA. 



Cobija (6) . 

Do.... 
La Paz (6) . 

Do . . . 



BRAZIL. 



Bahia (6) 

Do 

Maranliam {b) . 

Do 

Para (b) 

Do 



Manuel Barran* 



V.C 



V.C 



Richard A . Edes 

John T. Bradbury .V. C . 

C. 

J. J. T. Sobrinho ..VC. 

Chas. M. Travis C 

Frederick Pond ..V.C. 

Pernanibuco Joseph W. Stry kcr . .C . 

Do V.C. 



.a 



Barbarj'. 



Pa. 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Wis 



Md 



111 . . . 
U. S . 
Pa . . . 



S -S 



Morocco. 



La. 
Pa. 



a o *= 

3 _ ~ 

.= 3 c . 

"= "S P- = 



June20,'G2 
Sept.22,'(J2 
May 18,'52 



Apr. 5, '70 
Mar. 14, T.7 



W.Va 



Pa. 



Wis .... 



D.C 



Ind 

Brazil .. 
N. Y... 



Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 
Feb. 13, '71 



Mar. 17, '70 
Feb. 20, "71 
Jan. 18, '72 
June 16, '70 



Nov. 6, '67 
Mar. 18, '67 



Dec. 20, '72 
Nov. 24, 73 



Aug. 6, '69 



June 12, '65 
June21, '73 



Feb. 24, '71 
Aug.28, '72 
May 25, '71 
Apr. 6, '71 






^.fl 






Fees 



§3, OOP 



3,000 



2,500 



Fees. 
Fees. 



Fees. 
Fees. 



500 



Fees . 



1,000 



1,000 



1,000 
2,000 



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



No fees. 



No fees. 



No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 



§2, 851 48 



4, 952 00 
295 00 



No rep't. 



485 00 
1, 135 00 

44 17 



No rep't. 



911 98 



222 38 



2, 257 56 
1,287 50 



Ceara L.S. deVasconcellos,Ajrt. 

ilaceio Theodore Braasch. -Agt. 

Paraiba It. J. Shalders Agt 

Rio Grande (6) William K. Peabody . C . 

Do George F. Upton . . V. C . 

* Authorized to act temporarily as consul 



Mo. 



Mar. 16, '71 
Oct. 21, '71 
Dec. 29, '68 
Jan. 27, '73 
Oct. 31, '73 

t Fourth quarter not reported. 



Mass 



1,000 



No fees. 
tl7 87 
30 98 
580 01 



16 



UXITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



CniLI— CHTifA. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


Where born. 


ft 

«^ 
o o 

11 

•3 ft 


2 o -« 

o ^ " 

o g .- 

o .2 S § 

rt a s^g 






Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 


liio cle Jaiieiro 


Joseph M. Hinds C. 

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


Brazil. .. 


Ala 

Brazil .. 


Mar. 6, '72 
Feb. 27, '71 


$6, 000 


|6, 127 66 


Do. 








Do 


V. c . 












Santos (b) - - . 


Wni. T.Wright C. 

V. C 


,U. S .... 


Brazil .. 


Sept.24, '70 


Fees 


192 75 


Do 




St. Catharine's (b) 


c 








1,500 


14 48 


Do 


W. H. WiUington. V. C . 

c 


Mass ... 


Brazil... 


Sept.2.5, '71 




CHILI. 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


A.Gollan V.C. 

John G. Morong . . . Agt. 

EliasD. Brnner C. 

V. U 






Sept. 4, '73 
Feb. 10, '71 
Feb. 17, '71 


fjftldprft 




No rep't. 
637 99 


Talcahuano (?^) 


Md 


Md 


1,000 


Do 














3,000 


2, 191 69 


Do 


Peter A. McKellar, V.C 

Joseph J. Henderson, C . 

N.C.Stevens Y.C. 

Thad. Davids, jr.. Mar. 

Lin Kien Int. 

John Docld Agt 

E.G.W.JeweU C 

Daniel Vrooman . . V. C . 

Wai Ng Wun Int. 

Surge R. Lewis Agt. 

Weston Flint C 

David A. Emery. .V. C. 

M.M. DeLano C 

V C 


U. S 

Mo 


Chili.... 
Oregon.. 


Apr. 26, 71 

Apr. 15, "73 
Dee. 19, '72 
Oct 9, '72 

Oct. 18, '72 
July 29, '68 
Oct. 31, '70 
Sept.23, '70 
Oct. 30, '73 
July 3, '72 
Aug. 8, '71 
Nov. 2,5, '72 
Apr. 20, '69 




CHINA. 


3,000 


2, 753 01 


Do 




Do 


1,000 

and fees. 

750 




Do 






* 


TVktw.??/,! 






No rep't. 
1, 035 89 


Cantou 


Miss .'.-. 
XJ. S .... 


Miss 

China... 


4,000 


Do 




Do 


1,000 




l^iimct-Chow 






No rep"t. 
3, 327 91 




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


Mo 

Col 


3,000 


Do 




Foo-Chow 


3,500 


1, 446 65 


Do . . .. 




Do 


Mar 








1,000 

and fees. 

720 

3,000 




Do 


KB. Lee ...Int. 

Ei chard M. Johnson . C . 
M. A. Jenkins ....V.C. 
John Carter Mar. 

S. O.Rose Agt 

Francis P. Knight. . .C. 
Albert M. Knight. D.C. 

E.C.Lord C 

-V.C 






July 1, '71 
Apr. 16, '69 
May 20, '71 
June21, '73 

Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 5, '67 
Sept.26, '70 
Mar. 18, '67 




Hankow 


Ill 


Mo 


1. 143 62 


Do 




Do 


1,000 
and fees. 




Kiu-Kicinf) 






717 07 


New-Chwang (b) 

Do .. ' 


Mass . . . 


Cal 


Fees 


144 73 


Ninerno (b) 


N. Y.... 


N.Y.... 


Fees 


698 97 


Do 






Geo. F. Seward ...C. G 
MatthewT.Tate8,VCG 

O.B.Bradford C. C 

John II. Coryell... CO. 
Ei chard Phoenix . . Mar 

Matthew T.Tates. .Int 
J. C. A. Wingate C 


N. Y.... 


N. Y.... 


Sept. 2, '63 
May 23, '71 
May 27, '67 
Fob. 1, '71 
May 27, '71 

May 23, '71 
Apr. 6, '63 


4,000 


11, 203 32 


Do 




Do 


Pa 

N. Y 


Pa 


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




Do 




Do 








Do 








Swatow 


X. H.... 


N.n.... 


679 71 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



17 



COLOMBIA, UNITED STATES OF— DENMARK AND DOMINIONS. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


Where born. 


Whence ap- 
pointed. 


12.3 
•2 1 = - 

"*^ p ^ - 

»— * 




- S « 
c: .:: » 


S^atow 


William Ash more, V. C 

Eli T. Sheppard C 

Wm.N.Pethick..V.C 
Marshall G.Mooro.Mar. 

Wm. N. Pethick. . . Int . 
Win. A. Cornabe... Agt 

JamesThoringtou.C.A 
JackThoringtou,V.C.A. 
Thomas F. Wallace.. C. 
V.C. 






Jan. 13, '69 
Apr. 19, '71 
Jan. 17, '73 
May 6, '73 

Jan. 20, '73 
June21, '73 

May 27, '73 
Mar. 21, '73 
Mar. 30, '71 






Tien-Tsin 


Ohio .... 


Ohio.... 


$3, 500 


§317 58 


Do 




Do 


1,000 

and fees. 

600 




Do 


. ...... 








Chefoo 


703 07 


COLOMBIA, UNITED 
STATES OF. 


N.C .... 
U.S.... 
Pa 


Iowa 

U.S.ofC. 
U.S.of C. 


2,500 


3, 258 98 


Do 


Boffota (6) 


Fees 


18 00 


Do 




Buenaventura (6) 

Do 


James M. Eder C. 

A. N. Henriques ..V. C. 
Aug. S. Hanabergh ..C. 
V.C 


Russia . . 
N.T.... 


U. S . . . . 
N. v.... 


July 23, '66 
Dec. 2, '72 
June 8, '63 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Carthagena (6) 


500 


488 28 


Do 




Med'ellin (6) 


C.A 








Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


V.C. A. 

OwenM. Long C. 

Lucius Crooker. . . V. C 
N. Dailies . C 








Piinama 


Ky 

Mass . .. 


Ill 

Mass . .. 
U.S.ofC. 
U.S.of C. 
N.Y.... 


Apr. 7, '69 
June24, '69 
Mar. 7, '59 
Oct. 16, '71 
July 11, '66 
Jan. 29, '74 




3, 500 


2,901 49 


Do 




Kio Hacha (b) 


Fees 


No rep't. 




N. Danie8,jr V.C. 

E.P.Pellet C.A. 

Frank Il.Tiffany,V.C. A. 
C.A 


N.Y.... 


Sabanilla (W 

Do 


500 


No rep't. 


San Andres {b) 






Do 


P. B. Livingston, V.C. .1. 






July 30, '70 
July 11, '70 
Mar. 20, '71 

Jan. 16, 72 


Fees 

Fees 


133 25 


Santa Martha (b) 

Do 


F. D. G-arcia (n) C. 

'A. 0. D. Grauados V. C 


Me 


U.S.ofC. 
C.R .... 


*243 43 


COSTA RICA. 
San JosL' (b) 


Arthur Morrell C . 

V.C 


Fees 


476 99 


Do 




Port Linioii 


AT. C.Keith Agt 

Ernest liohrinoser. Agt, 

GilderoyW. Griffin.. C 
OUif Hansen V P, 






June20, "72 
Ang.l8, '70 

Nov. 2, '71 
May 8, '72 
Aug.12, '73 
Jan. 30, '74 
Apr. 1, '59 
Apr. 1, '59 
Apr. 1, 59 
Jan. 3, '70 
Apr. 1, '59 
Mar. 9, '71 
Aug.23, '71 
Apr. 24, '72 
Sept. 9, '70 
May 25, '65 




86 50 


Punffi A rcnftfi 








681 27 


DENMARK AND 
DOMINIONS. 

Copenhagen {b) 

Do 


Ky 

N. T.... 


Ky 

Arizona 



Fees 


335 00 


Elsinore , Herman Beudell C 

Do Henry C. Carey. . .V. C 

Fano J. K. Borck Agt 

Frcdcrickshavcn ' P. C. Kail Agt 

Ilinr/ijobing A. C. Htisledt Agt 

Home : Charles Bistnip ... Agt 

Thiated T. Nvahora A <rt 


1,500 


9 00 




No fees. 








2 00 








No fees. 








No fees. 








No fees. 


Santa Cruz 

Do 


James W. Siler C 

W. F.Mooro V.C. 

J. A. Moore Agt. 

Thomas J. Brady C. 

E. B. Simmons V. C . 


Ind 


Ark .... 


1,500 


160 00 


Fredericksted 




354 45 


St. Thomas 

Do 




Ind 




4,000 


1,917 76 



* Second, third, and fourth quarters not received. 



18 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



ECUADOR— FRANCE AND DOMINIONS. 



/ 



V 



I.-' 






Place. 


Name and title. 


Where born. 




Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
ment. 


1 


Fees for year 
ending Doc. 
31, 1872. 


ECUADOK. 
Guavaauil (6) 


Charles AVeile (n) ...C 
Alcides Destruge.V. C. 

I.M. Brower C. A. 

Chas. W. Drury. V.C.A- 
Wm.L. M.Burger...C. 
V.C 


Bohemia 

Me 

N.T.... 


Nevada . 

Ohio .... 
Fiji 

S.C 


Apr. 16, '69 
Dec. 20, '73 

Nov. 19, '68 
Aug. 10, '71 

Apr. 4, '70 


1750 


$656 97 


Do 


FIJI ISLANDS. 

Lauthala (6) 

Do 


1,000 


56 94 


FEANCE AND DO- 
MINIONS. 
Algiers 


1,500 


28 00 


Do 




Or an 


Isidore Castel Agt. 

Benj. Gerrish,jr C. 

Victor Olgiati V.C. 

Gersam Leon Agt. 

Geo. de M. Clay . . . Agt. 

Louis Trager (n) C . 

Jos. Fontaine V. C. 

Albert Bushnell..C. A. 
W.G.Taylor ..V.C. A. 

H. Thionville C. 

V.C 






Mar.28, '73 
Oct. 24, '73 
Nov. 2, '67 
July 3, '62 
Nov. 21, '59 
July 22, '73 
Oct. 3, '66 
Mar.l4, '71 
Jan. 13, '74 
May 18, '64 






Bordeaux 


N. H.... 


N.H.... 


2,000 


7 024 34 


Do 




Sayonne 




23 00 


Pau 








108 00 


Boulogne 


Russia . . 
N. T.... 


La 

N. T.... 


1,500 


84 50 


Do 




Gaboon (6) 


1,000 


16 54 


Do 




Guadaloupe (6; 


Guad . . . 


Guad . . . 


Fees 


828 96 


Do 




Basse Terre 


A. Lacour Agt 






Oct. 27, '62 
Oct. 7, '73 




No rep't. 
5, 652 64 


Havre 


John A. Bridgland... C. 

Johns. Hunt V.C 

J. M. Kerros Agt . 

Emile Pastel Agt 

Jules Le Vert Agt 

Henry Lemaitre. ..Agt 
Jonathan ^Yagner .Agt 

Louis Guebert Agt 

Richard N. Brooke -.C 

Win. G. Serres V.C 

Thomas P. Smith.. Agt 
Firman Berthet ...Agt 
P. J. Osterhaus (n)...C 

F. Feschotte V.C 

naroiaH.Tittmann,CC 
Maurice Hartiuig.. Agt 

Frank W. Potter C 

George Douglas ..V. C 

L. S. Nahmens Agt 

Alfred Reynaud. ..Agt 

Franklin Olcott C 

Hiram D. Bennett. V.C 

L. Sellier Agt 

Agt 


Va 


Ind 


6,000 


Do 


Brest 






Aug.l9, '64 
Feb. 17, "70 
Aug 29, '60 
Mar.3(», '68 




236 00 


Cherbourg 








9 50 


Dieppe 








68 00 


Dunkirk 








295 38 


Honfleur 








No fees. 


lioxien 






May 15, '67 
May 12, '73 
Apr. 4, '70 
Aug.23, '73 
Oct. 19, '68 
Junel8, '66 
June30, '71 
Apr. 17, '73 
Apr. 16, '73 
Mar. 14, '73 
Sept.17, '73 
May 8, '66 
Jan. 30, '74 
Oct. 24, '73 
Apr. 18, '72 
Nov. 30, '66 




150 50 


Iia Rochello 


Va 


Va 


1,500 


329 50 


Do 




Cognac 








1, 542 50 


Limoges 








1 323 to 


Lyons 


Prussia 


Mo 


2,000 


11 027 25 


Do 




Do 


HI 


Mo 


1,000 




St Etienne 


4,063 50 


Marseilles 


Mo 


N.J 


2,500 


4, 198 37 


Do 




Cette 








1, 302 37 


Toulon 








66 14 


Nantes 




* 


1,500 


325 00 


Do 






L'Orient 








55 00 


St. Nazaire 








50 28 


Nice 


William H.Vesey...C. 
John MeyhoflFer . . V. C 

Xicolo Viale Agt 

Emile de Loth Agt 


Pa 


D.C .... 


Oct. 1, "70 
May 27, '69 
May 28, '66 
Jan. 30, '74 


1,500 


486 00 


Do 




iientone 








115 30 


Mo-^aco 











Promoted from consular clerk. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



19 



FRIENDLY AND NAVIGATORS' ISLANDS— GERMANY. 



Place. 


Name and title. 





i. 
& 

1 1 


Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
nicnt. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 


' Paris 


Alf. T.A. Torbert-C.G 
R. M. Hooper, V. &.D.C.G- 
C. F. Tbirion(n)...C.C 
H. O.Wagoner, jr. C.C 
Jacques P. yendrouxA.g\, 

C. D. Gregoire Agt. 

A. Gouvernevir Gill. .C 

T. Grifleu D. C 

Henry David C. 


Del 

Franco.. 
Ill 


Del 

D. C . . . . 
Col 


Nov. 7, '73 
Feb. 13. '74 
Jan. e, '70 
Nov. 14, '73 
Mar. 21, '63 
Dec. 4, '71 
Mar. 1, '07 
J<tn. 13, '69 
Mar. 1, '71 


$5, 000 


S54, 409 00 


y Do 




/ Do 


1, OCO 
1, COO 




i Do 






713 00 


.^ Lille 








21^5 00 


' "Reiiim (h) 


N. Y.... 


N. Y. . . . 


Fees 


1 787 50 


Do 




" St.Pierre,Martinique(6) 
Do 






Fees .... 


1 217 47 


Y. C 










Aet 










No rep't. 

248 02 


1/ St. Pierre, Miquelon (b) 


Jobn P. Frecker ..C. A. 


Canada . 


St. Pierre 


May 7, '64 


Fees 


FRIENDLY AND 
NAVIGATOES' 
ISLANDS. 

AT>ia(^?>) 


" U.A 

V. 0. A 




Cal 


Apr. 22, '72 


1, 000 


171 47 


Do 






Tutuila 


T.Meredith Agt 

Emory P. Beauchanip,C. 
Edward Sternberg, Y.C. 


G. B.... 
Ind 


Nav. Is.. 
Ind 


Feb. 4, '69 

Aug.27, '73 
Jan. 19, '71 
Aug. 13, "62 
Apr. 6, '69 
June 2, '73 
Dec. 28, '71 
June 1, '07 
Dec. 18, '65 




No reg't. 
2, 935 00 


GERMANY. 

V'' Aix-la-Chapulle.,.:^.".. 
• Do 


2,500 


U^ Cologne .%... 

^^ Barmen 

*><' Do 


George Hohcher . . . Agt. 

E. Hoechster (n) C 

Ernst Greef Y.C 

Frederick WanslebenAgt 

Henry Lewis Agt. 

H. Kreisniann (n) C 

Y.C 








2, 597 50 
7, 135 00 


Germany 


HI 


1,500 


U' Crcfeld 








3 Qon "in 


K*^ Diisscldorf 








1 243 00 


1/ Berlin .;'^.:y..J 

Do 


Germany 


Ill 


Fees 


9, 075 00 




Jobn M.Wilson C 

Justus Gruuer Y. C. 

G.IUder Agt. 

J. Greenwood, jr .(n).G 

A.M.Simon Y.C. 

William H. Young... C. 
Wilbclm Koester.Y. C 
Carl Schwarzmann. Agt. 

21. Dittenhoeffer Agt. 

Louia E. Cropsey C 

Y.C 


Ohio .... 

England 
W.Ya.. 


Oliio .... 

Conn 

Ohio .... 


Sept. 13, '73 
Mar. 6, '71 
Oct. 25, '71 
Aug.15, '73 
Aug. 7, '71 
Apr. 16, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 30, '7-2 
Ang.l3, '70 
May 31, '73 


3,000 


4, 223 00 


W Do 


GeRstemunde 


Fees 


1, 949 90 

2, 582 50 




j^ Do 


^/ Carl.sruhe (6) 

.^ Do 


Fees 


2, 634 25 


t-- Eehl 








joQ 50 


\^ Mannheim 








915 00 


L/Chemnit/i ......... 


Ill 


Nebr ... 


2,000 


9, 487 50 


Do 


•O^resden {b) 


Lorenz Brentano (ji) C 
William Knoop,Y.&D.C 
Wni. P. Webster.. C.G. 

A. L. Wolff Y.C.G. 

A.J.deZeyk (n)..C.C. 
Prentiss Webster ..Agt 
Edward Robinson . . C 
Jas.R. McDonald. Y.C 

PaulMoller D. C 

J.D. Westcdt Agt 

August Sartori Agt 


Germany 


HI 


Sept.l2, '72 
Sei)t.27, '69 
Apr. 19, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
Fob. 7, '06 
Aug.25, '73 
Apr. 19, 09 
. Dec. 31, '07 
Dec. 20, "72 
N0V.2O, '69 
May 14, '66 


Fees 


5, 515 00 


• Do 


t^ Frankfort 


Hungai y 


Mass . . . 
Iowa... 


3,000 


4, 156 50 


►^ Do 


Do 


1,000 




w- Mayence 


3 733 50 


u/ Hamburg 


Mass . . . 


N.Y.... 


2,000 


9, 857 83 


/ Do 


Do 










Harhurij 








1 891 75 


y^ Kiel 








58 50 



* Samuel S. Foster ; commission awaiting filing of bond. 



20 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND DOMINIONS. 



Place. 



t^ Liibeck 

L Jtitzebvttcl and Cux- 

haven 

^ Leipsic 

^ Do 

Do 

^' Lndwigshiifou (b) 

l^ Do 

^^Municli.... 

^' Do... 

^ Nurembtrg (b) 

l^ 1^0 

J^ Bamberg 



*^ Sonueberg (h) . . . 

^ Do 

*^ Stettin (&) v^ 

•^ Do 

Dantzic 

Konigsberg 

Memel 

Swinemi'mde . . 

^ Stuttgart 

Do 



1^ 






\ 



GREAT BRITAIN 
AND DOMINIONS. 

Antigua (!<) 

Do 

Auckland (6) 

Do 

Christ Church, Canterb'y 

Dune.din 

Mongamd 

WcMingfoii 

Barbadoe.s (b) 

Do 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent . ..• 

Batlun-st (b) 

Do 

Belfa.st 

Do 

Balhjmcna 

Belizi'(6) 

Do 

Birniingbam 

Do 

Leicester 

Kidderminster 

liedditch 

Wolverhampton 



Name and title. 



Jacob Mei/er, jr Agt 

Johann Eggers Agt 

John H. Stenart C 

Ed. P. Mao.Lean . . . V. C 
Ed.P. MacLe.an...C. 

Stephen M. Vail C 

Milton vS. Vail ....V. C 
G. H. IIor.stmaun C 

F. Volck V.C 

James M. Wilson C 

Moi'itz Gelersbofer V.C 

Fred'k Bohl Agt 

H. J. Win.ser (n) C 

H.von TJttenlioven, V.C 
Geo. A. Thompson . . . C 

Fred'k Poll V.C 

Peter Collas Agt 

Louis Moll Agt 

n. Fowler Agt 

G. F. Reyse Agt 

C 

V.C 



H. A. ArrindoU ...C. A. 
Edw'dH.Man.s,V.C. A 

Henry Driver C. A 

H.P.Barber. V.ifeD.C. A 

Laning Coates Agt 

George P. Abbott ... Agt 
Charles W. Brury. Agt 
Daniel Melntyre.. - Agt. 
Robert T. Holley*.. C. 
D.C. Da Costa.... V.C. 

IVilliani Peter Agt 

TFm. E. Hughes . . . Agt 



Va. 



Va: 



D.W.E. Brown... V.C 
James M. Donnau . . C 
William Simms.. .V. C 
George Ballentine.. Agt 
A.saC.Prinaio....C. A 
C. H. Briiit(m ..V.C. A 

J.B. Gould C 

J.M. Gould.. D.& V.C 
Jos. Barber TTaxby . A gt 

James Ifortmi Agt 

II . C. Browning .. .Agt 
John Xeve Agt 

Born ol' American parents terujiorarily residin 



o 
o 
.a 



o 



Md 



N. Y... 
Pa 



N. H, 



Bermuda 
Md.... 



W. I . . 



Del 



Canada. 



N.T . 

Mass . 



i °.5 

« C ci 



>5 



tS .5 00 



Oct. 22, '70 



Pa... 

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



Pa . 
Mo 



N.J. 

Md.. 



W.I 



Vt 



N. Y. 

Me... 



Dec. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Api-. 

May 

May 

Nov. 

Aug. 



16, '71 
. 9, '70 

22, '72 

18, '70 
29, '69 
21, '74 

19, '69 
27, '71 
31, '71 

5, 73 
18, '72 
16, '69 
20, '71 

20, '73 
18, "72 

1, 'oS 

23, '72 
15, '61 
14, '72 



Oct. 1, '67 
Aug.2.'i, "08 
Nov. 15, '72 
Nov.28, '71 
Aug.26, '72 
Dec. 8, '71 
Jan. 7, '61 
J unell, '68 
Apr. 16, '69 
July 31, '67 
Jan. 8, '73 
Dec. 21, '67 



Apr. 23, '68 
May 12, '73 
Apr. 18, '72 
July 10, '71 
July 11, '70 
Dec. 18, '72 
May 12, '09 
Jan. 16, '71 
Nov. 16, 'GO 
Mar. 10, "70 
June22,'71 
Nov. 16,"G9 

g abroad. 



§1,500 



1,000 
Fees 



1,500 
Fees ... 



853 78 

6 00 

7, 645 50 



1, 902 50 



1,321 75 



Pees ... 

1, o;;o 



1,000 



Fees 

1,000 



Fees 



Fees 



7, 003 50 



526 00 
G, 229 75 



251 71 



18 00 

48 75 

II 50 

No fees. 

3, 009 25 



88 01 



G34 66 



No rep't. 
No reji't. 
No rep't. 
No rep't. 
1, G47 20 



124 19 

GO 53 

No rep't. 



2, 000 


11,904 36 




375 50 


Fees 


529 74 


2,500 


12, 1.53 25 



1, 830 25 

1, 397 00 

957 50 

1, 112 00 






UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
GREAT BRITAIN AND DQ3IINI0NS. 



21 



Place. 


Name and title. 


c 
u 

o 

U 
V 


It 


Date of com- 
mission or 
aiip oint- 
ment. 


t. 

03 


y . 

a a ^ 

% s «- 

]V, « CO 


T^omlin V ih) 


Benj. F. Farnham.---C 
V. C 




Mass 


Oct. 28, '70 


Fees .... 


$1,06G 52 


Do ... 






Bradford (6) 


■Wm.W. Douglas . . C. A 
E.Richardson D & YC A 

Edgar Stanton C 

Wm. M.Gib.'!ou...V.C 
Fdw. L. Kendall --Agt 
A.C.Litchfield ...C. G 
Ed Macallister V. C. G 
Wm.A. G. Hardie. Agt 

John Ferris Agt 

Will H Griffiii A n't 


Va 


Va 


Apr. 12, "73 

May 5, '71 
Jan. 24, '70 
Aug.22, '71 
Mar. 11, '64 
May 23, '71 
Dec. 9,'73 
May 29,'73 
Apr. 24, '73 
Apr. 18, '72 
Feb. 20,"69 
Mar. 7,'73 
Jan. 17,'73 
May 29,'73 
Apr. 19, '71 
Dec. 31, '72 
Nov. 27, '71 
Nov. 7, '63 
Sept.l5,'6fi 
May 31, '73 
Jan. 16,'?1 
May 28,'70 
Dec. 2,'73 
Mar. 12,'57 
Mar. 12, '57 


Fees . - . 


18, 930 CO 


Do 




Bristol (6) 


IJ.T .... 


Ill 


Fees 


1, 254 38 


Do 




frlnifOt^'iff}' 




309 80 


Calcutta 


Mass 


Mich.... 


|5, 000 


C, 884 61 


Do 




A l'}/flh 








141 67 










68 74 


(^ hit f ft noun 








No fees. 


CU)<*on(ifLcL 


Stewart Hall Agt- 

A.F. Pater.. Agt. 

Bernard Lenmann Agt 
Jas. M. Leishman .Agt 
W. W.Edgecomb....C 
James Murison, jr. V. C 
Al-Dhoiiso Taylor A'^'t 








No fees. 












^loitlnipiii 








49 73 










2, 277 57 


Cape Town (h) 


Me 


Me , 


1,000 


438 29 


Bo 




Port Elizabeth . . ... 








1 044 85 




George C. Cato Agt. 

P. D. Martin Agt 

Wm. H. Shortt (n) ...C 
P. W.Carey.. D.&V.C 

Benj. Jones Agt 

T.T.Jackson Agt 

James N. Knapp . . Agt 
Hartwell Moricc. . . Agt. 








No fees. 








Fees 




Cardifl'(6) 


Scotland. 


Pa...... 


2, 961 62 


Do 


TjlfiYiflly 




Wales - . 




511 00 


MUford Haven 

NewDoft . ... .... 






7 15 






1,072 !I9 










233 30 


Cevlon (h) 






1,000 


658 15 


Do 


Rob't Dawson V. C. A 






June 29, '66 
Mar. 15,'71 
Dec. 16,'70 
July 23, 'C6 
Feb. 12, '04 
July 23, '00 
Feb. 2, '71 
Dec. 23,'71 
July 10,'68 
Apr. 10, '69 
Oct. 7, '71 
•June 5, '73 
June 6,'70 
Oct. 29,'70 
July 24, '73 
July 14,'69 
Oct. 28,'70 
Mar. 3, '71 
Dec. 10,"04 
Jan. 30, '05 
Feb. 3, '69 
Mar. 25, '72 
Feb. 21, '73 
Oct. 21, '73 




Do . ... 


David M.Dunn C 

P. S.Macgowan...V. C. 

Geo. Hoivland Agt . 

A. A. McDonald... A'g,i. 
Fairlati 2[cNcill . . . Agt. 

Robert S. Chilton C. 

Jos. E.Whitman.. D.C 

D. C. Hay lies Agt . 

Edwin Vaughan C . 

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

George W. Fogg Agt 

John R. Nichols Agt 

Ira D. McOlanj . . . Agt . 

John Bishee Agt 

Austin T. Foster. ..Agt. 
Wm. n. Townsoud. ..C. 
G. B. Dawson . D. & V. C 

Be7ij. Moore Agt 

Philip Figyolmosy (n) C 
Jo.soph Tengely. . . V. C 

Wilson King C 

John Shew V. C. 

M.li. liyan Agt 


Ind 


Ind 


1,500 


717 87 










56 80 


(xt'Ofnetown ........ 








50 24 










74 OJ 


Clifton 


N.J 


D. C . . . . 


1,500 


5, 685 50 


Do 












160 00 


Coaticook 


Vt 

Canada . 


N. H . . . 
Vt 


1,500 


6, 817 75 


Do 




Georfjeville . - 




305 00 


Hereford . 








297 50 










1, 985 00 


Folton 






147 50 


Stanstead 




E. I 

D. C . . . . 




554 00 


Cork 


Hungary 


2,000 


1, 322 42 


Do 




Waterford 




42 35 


Demcrara 

Do 


2,000 


2, 430 12 


Dublin (h) 


Pa 


Pa 


Fees 


2, 168 99 


Do 




-> Limerick 




....... ..« 



22 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND DOMINIONS. 



\ 






'X 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 

o 


Whence ap- 
pointed. 


Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
ment. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 


Dundee 


M. McDougall («) ...C 

Wm.Reid V. C 

Alex. Brand Agt 

Alfred Fox C 

Howard Fox D. C 

Thos. J. Bruton Agt 

Andrew C. Phillips.. C 
Sylv'r H. Graham, D. C 
Chauncey Bennett. . Agt 

Martin Payne Agt 

George H. Holt (n)...C 

John Short V. C 

J'n B.F.Painchaud, Agt. 

H.J. Sprague C 

V.C 


Scotland. 


N.Y.... 


Aug. 2, '71 
Jan. 16, '71 
Jan. 20, '66 
Mar. 11, '63 
Apr. 21, '63 
Jan. 31, '62 
Apr. 16,'69 
Jan. 13, '74 
Aug. 9, '72 

Juno26,'71 
Apr. 17,'71 
Oct. 5,'72 
Nov. 12,'73 
May 12, '48 


$3, 000 


$7, 373 30 


Do 


Aberdeen 




Scotland 
England 
England 

Me 




889 75 


Falmouth (6) 


England 


Fees 


371 53 


Do 




Scillij Islands 


Me 






Fort Erie 


1,500 


o 736 50 


Do 




Port Rowan 








297 50 


Port Stanley and St. 
Thomas 








Q-ii 'in 


Gasp6 Basin (6) 

Do 


Canada 


N. T.... 


Fees 


No fees . 


Maqdalen. Islands 








Gibraltar 


Mass . . . 


Mass . . . 


1,500 


683 94 


Do 




Glasf^ow 


S. L. Glas<Tow C 


Ohio .... 


Iowa 


Oct. 7,'73 
Mar. 27, '73 
May 15, '73 
Mar. 17,'70 
Jan. 5, '71 
Juno 1,'71 
Aug. 1,'61 
June 22, '70 
Feb. 19, '63 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
June 18, '73 
Aug. 16,'73 
Oct. 27, '73 
Dec. 18, 'G9 
Aug. 7, '61 
Dec. 10. '72 
Junel3,'72 
Mar. 18, '67 
Feb. 4, '74 
Aug. 5,'70 
Oct. 31, '73 
Feb. 20, '74 
Apr. 17, '73 


3,000 


12, 964 42 


Do 


Chas. L.Lewis V.C 

Emanuel Xuel ... - . Agt . 
Alraon A. Thompson . C . 
F. A.Robectson, V&D.C . 


Greenock 










Goderich 


Vt 


Mich . .. 


1, 500 


607 89 


Do 




Strafford 


Isaac S. Grisivold.. Agt 

M. M. Jackson C 

J. F. Phelan V.C 

Gabriel Robertson.. Agt 

Wm. H. Owen Agt 

N. W. White ..-Agt 

Henry Ray Myers (;^).C 
Brigham Balcom. .V. C 
M. 0. Macgregor. ..Agt 

Geo. C.Baker Agt 

Cha.s. M.Allen C 

William Whitney. D.C. 
Fred'kA. Rijland.. Agt 

D. McPherson, jr C 

George Webster . . V. C 

David H. Bailey C. 

H. Seldon Loring.V. C. 

James M. True C 

John C. Clark . . . . V. C 
Awt 








2 102 50 


Halifax 


N. T.... 


Wis .... 


2,000 


3 514 79 


Do 




Sarrinqton . 








2 50 


Bridgewater 








212 91 


Shelbpurnf 








31 50 


Hamilton, (&) Canada... 
Do 


Germany 


Ala 


Fees 


4, 024 00 


Guelph . . 








857 50 


Pa ris 






922 50 


Hamilton, (Bermuda) (b) 
Do 


Mass . . . 


N. T.... 


Fees 


2, 968 61 


St. Georqc's 








55 88 


Hobart Town (6) ....:. . 
Do 


Gr. Brit. 


Tasm'nia 


Fees 


No rep' t. 


Hong-Kong 


Ohio.... 
Ky 


Ohio - . . . 
Ill 


3,500 


12,204 32 


Do 




Kingston, (Canada) 

Do 


1,500 


1, 260 50 


Belleville 








1, 779 00 


Ganaiioque 


E. E. Abbott Agt 

Albert R.Lee Agt. 

Robert Clapp Agt. 

C 






Oct. 6, '66 
Nov. 16,'72 
Mar. 11, '67 




67 50 


N'a'pancc . 








830 00 


Picton 








279 00 


Kingston, (Jamaica) . . 






2,000 


2, 218 29 


Do 


Ralph Nunes V.C 

J. W. Ley don Agt . 

R. Nunes Agt. 

William Eden Agt. 

(S. G. Corinaldi Ant 






July 14, '71 
Apr. 13,'68 
Nov. 5, '6 1 
Nov. in,'61 
July 14, '71 
Mar. 27, '73 
Mar. 27, '73 










108 99 










149 69 


Grand C:iymans 

Monteqo Bay 








50 25 








157 60 


Old Harbor 


Maurice Levy Agt. 

Peter A. Moodie. ..Agt. 










Port Antonio 








232 25 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



23 



GREAT BRITAIN AKD DOMINIONS. 



Place. 



Savannah-la-Mar . . . 

St. Ann's Bay 

Leeda 

Do 

H udders field 

Hull 

Leith {h) 

Do 

Dunfermline 

Liverpool 

Do 

Do 

St. Helen's 

London 

Do 

Dover 

Eainsijate, Margate, 

and Deal 

Londonderry (6) 

Do 

Malta 

Do 

Manchester 

Do 

Melbourne 

Do 

. Adelaide 

Albany 

Montre.al 

Do 

Hcmmingford , 

Huntingdon 

Lachine 

Three Rivers 

Nassau 

Do 

Danmore Toivn 

Governor's Harbor, 

Eleuthera , 

Green-Turtle Bay 

Mathewtown , 

San Salvador 

Newcastle , 

Do '. 

Carlisle 

Old Hartlepool 

Sunderland 

Pictou 

Do 

Arichat 

Cape Canso 



Name and title. 



a 
o 



o 

.a 



James Dougall Agt 

Michael Solomons.. Acrt. 

F.S.Richards C 

William Ward, D &V.C . 

G. W. Whitman Agt 

Jospph Atkinson. . . Agt. 

Joha T. Robe-son C. 

Allan McCaskie..V.C. 

John B. Doig Agt. 

Lucius Pairchild C . 

Cbas. D. Atwood..D. C. 
Chas. D. At wood.. CO 

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 

Newton Crane C. 

J. B. Payne..V. &D.C. 
Thos. Adamson, jr. ..(3. 
Samuel P. Lord... V.C. 

J. W. Smith Agt 

William J. Gillam. Ag,t 

Wm. A. D.irt C. G 

Chas. Carleton -V. C. G 

J. E. Ourbin Agt 

A. Sommerville Agt. 

Frederick Hitchins. A^t . 

Samuel Ogden Agt. 

Mahlon Chance C . 

S.P.Saunders.... V.C. 
William H. Sears. -Agt. 

George Preston Agt. 

Uriah Saunders . ..Agt. 
Charles Sargent . - -Agt 
Robert G. Satvyer.. Agt 

Evan R. Jones (n) C 

Daniel Rowlands . V. C 

Thomas Wright Agt 

Christian Nielson.. Agt 

James Horan Agt 

Oscar Malmros (n) . . .C 
John R. Noonan. . .V. C 
James G. McKeen. .Agt 
Thomas C. Cook. ..Agt 



Pa. 



Tenn .. 



Wis.. 

N. Y. 



N. H... 



N. T. 
N.J. 
Pa... 



N.T... 



Ohio . . 



a, 

S a 
2 = 



Tenn 



Tenn 



Wis.. 
Wis.. 

N.T. 



N. H. 



S.Wales 



Germany 



N. Y. 
Mo... 
Pa... 



N.T. 



Ohio. 



Wis. 



Minn 



g o « 



o 
o 



P< a 

rt a 



July 22, '68 
Apr. 22/63 
Apr. 21, '69 
Jan. 16,'74 
June 21, '70 
Dec. 23,'73 
July 9,'70 
Nov.2S,'73 
Mar. 25, '71 
Oct. 17, 



Jau. 28, 
Dec. 12, 
Oct. 19, 
Apr. 28 
Sept.18 
Dec. 16, 

Dec. 16, 
Oct. 28, 
Aug.30 
July 12, 
Junel7, 
Feb. 20 
Nov. 16, 
Feb. 
Oct. 16, 
May 25 
Jau. 2, 
Apr. 16 
Jan. 9, 
Jan. 11 
Aug.l3, 
Nov. 9, 
Oct. 28 
Feb. 18, 
May 1 
Fob. 8 

May 15 
Dec. 3 
Jan. 14 
Apr.18, 
Apr. 16, 
Feb. 2, 
Mar. 21 
Oct. 3 
Oct. 12, 
May 4, 
Nov. 18, 
Feb. 25, 
Dec. 28, 



'73 

'72 
'65 
'70 
'69 
'70 

'70 
'70 
■72 
'69 
'69 
"74 
'71 
'71 
'72 
'68 
'73 
'69 
'73 
'70 
'73 
'69 
'69 
'70 
'69 
'67 

'71 
'66 
'73 
'72 
'69 
'70 
'63 
'66 
'69 
'70 
'68 
'61 
'70 






C3 



12, 000 



fH 



O -T 



No fees. 
1209 42 
2, 413 00 



Fees . . . 



7,500 



1,000 
7,500 



Fees. 



1,500 



4,000 



4,000 



2,000 



1,500 



1,500 



6, 112 00 

634 87 

3, 422 70 



1, 962 50 
35,275 61 



4, 163 50 
54, 6C8 61 



2 00 

11 09 
460 00 



138 81 



3, 000 32, 156 19 



2, 139 66 



53 80 

No rept. 

5, 982 27 



496 00 



1, 056 00 

312 00 

1, 253 86 



376 65 

353 34 
57 50 



No fees. 
1,616 50 



652 50 
488 55 
525 89 
744 72 



20 00 
No feea. 



24 



UNITED STATES CONSULAE SERVICE. 
GKEAT BRITAIN AKD DOMINIONS. 



Place. 



Corv Bay 

Olace Bay 

Guyiborough 

Lingan 

Korth Sydney 

Port of Sydney 

Pugwash 

Pl>Tiioiith (b) 

Do 

Brixham 

Dartmouth 

Guernsey 

Jersey 

Port Louis 

Do 

Port Sarnia 

Do 

London 

Port Stauley (&) 

Do 

Presoott 

Do 

Brockville 

■>^ Gormvall 

Morrisbitrgh 

Ottawa 

Quebec 

Do 

Seycbellea 

Do 

Sbeftiold(!)) 

Do 

Nottingham 

Sierra Leone (&) 

Do 

Singaporo 

Do 

Penang 

Sonthanii)ton 

Do 

Cowes 

Portumonth 

Weymouth 

St. Cbristopher (6) 

Do 

St. Helena 

Do 

St. John, N. B. (b) 

Do 

^fcAda'm Junction . . . 
Newcastle 



Name and title. 



Charles Archibald. A<it 

David McKeen Agt 

E. H. Franchville.. Agt 
Fred^k E. Leaver - -Agt. 

^Ym. Purves Agt. 

Fred'k E. Leaver ..Agt. 

■Semnj^-.-PtrcBo Agt 

Henry Fox C. 

V.C 

E. Vittery Agt 

Pichard Kingston . .Ag^ti 

Albert Carey Agt 

Thomas lienouf . . . Agt. 
Geo. "W. Taylor («) ..C 
J08.W. Hollway..V. C 

Sam. D. Pace* C 

AlbertHendricks. V. C 

Wm. F.Blake Agt. 

Geo. Gerard (n) . . . C. A 
Geo. M. Dean . . V. C. A . 

Clifford S. Sims C 

Thos. J. Tracy ....V. C. 
W. A. Schnfield ....Agt - 

John Murray ... Agt 

James Redington.. Agt . 

E. A. Buckman Agt 

P.G.L. StruveCw) ...C. 
Edmund B.Holt. -V.C. 

Tbos. T. Prentis C 

V.C. 



a 
o 



England. 



Is'dJers'-v 



Canada. 



ft 
c P 



^" 



England. 



Texas.. 



S 5 



S ft q 

a rt 5 



Apr. 17, '65 
June 22, 'C9 
Feb. 25, '(il 
Apr. 28, '62 
Dec. 28, '70 
Dec. 17, '72 
Feb. 25, '61 
Sept. 9, '70 



Micb... 



France. 



Pa. 



Germany 



Mich. 



Pa 



Ark. 



Wis. 



Vt 



Feb. 8, 'CO 
May 2, '60 
Apr. 30, '56 
Aug. 4, '62 
June 9, '73 
July 13, '71 
Apr. 19, '69 
Feb. 13, '67 
Apr. 18, '72 
Jan. 12, '74 
Apr. 29, '68 
Apr. 21, '69 
Nov. 1, '72 
Oct. 27, '69 
Apr. 18, '72 
Mar. 31, '70 
Oct. 7, '71 
July 20, '70 
Apr. 18, '72 
Dec. 10, 71 



Fees ... 



5 § 
?" a 

^ M . 

c — <^ 

=« ~ .D 

a: 1^ ■^ 

$310 88 

431 35 

No fees. 

371 37 

91 00 

No fees. 

2 50 

137 45 



$2, 500 



1,500 



1,000 



1,500 



1,500 



1,500 



No rep't. 

8 00 

18 00 

82 00 

207 48 

1, 712 00 

1, 405 50 

186 74 
1, 334 00 

1, 262 50 
350 00 
788 00 

2, 069 00 
1, 200 41 

102 42 



N. H 



Conn... 



Switz'nd, 



Iowa . . 



N. T. 



D.C. 



Claudius B. Webster . C . 
Cbas. A. Branson. V. C . 

/■'. G. Paivson Agt. 

t C 

v,c. 

Adolp. G. Studer(n).C. 
V.C 

Alex. Gentle Agt. 

Wm. Tliompsou C 

Jas. H.Wolff, jr .-V.C. 
Th omas Harling ..Agt. 
Chas. E. McCheane.Agt 

W. Roberts Agt 

Emile S. Delisle ..C. A. 

-> V.C. A 

Tlios. Fitnam (»i) C 

Rober t P. I'ooley - . V. C . 
Darius B. Warner . . .C 
Alfred D. Goodwin.V.C . 

Chas. F. Hoben Agt. 

Robert P. Call Agt. 

Born of American parents temporarily residin 



July 11, '70 
Mar. 13, '68 
June 27, '72 
Feb. 20, '74 



Fees 



Fees . . 



9, 573 75 

7, 809 00 
No rojj't. 



May 23, '71 



2,500 



1, 738 41 



D.S... 



St. Christ 



Nov. 2, '67 
Apr. 22, '69 
Jan. 26, '74 
Dec. 11, '66 
Nov. 28, '73 
Fob. 6, '61 
Aug. ie,'59 



2,000 



Fees ... 



334 86 
479 50 

13 00 

23 00 

4 00 

66 90 



Ireland . 



D.C. 



Ohio 



Ohio 



Apr. 21, '09 
Apr. 18, '72 
May 4, '66 
Nov. 8, '70 
Apr. 18, '72 
Nov. 26, '66 



1,500 



555 01 



Fees 



5, 849 61 



238 50 
10 



ig abroad. 
t Nathaniel Lyons ; commission awaiting filing of boud. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



25 



GREAT BRITAIN AND DONINIONS. 



Place. 



Fredcrickton 

St. Andrews 

St. George 

St. Stephen's 

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

Do 

Harbor Grace 

St. John's, (Quebec) . . . 

Do 

Clarenceville 

Frelighsburgh 

Sorel 

Slan'nidge 

Sutton 

Sy(lney(6) 

Do 

Brisbane 

Newcastle 

Queensland 

Toronto 

Do 

Cobourg 

Fort Hope 

Whitby 

Trinidad (6) 

Do 

Tunstall 

Do 

Turk.s Islands 

Do. 

CockMirn Harbor 

Salt Gay 

Victoria (b) 

Do 

Windsor, (Canada) 

Do 

Amherstbiirgh 

Chatham 

Duart 

Wallaceburg 

"Windsor, (N. S.) (b) ... 

Do 

Anna2)olis 

CormoalUs 

Digby 

Kempt 

Wolfville 

• Yarmouth 

"SVinneiipg 

Do 



Name and title. 



o 






N. F 



N. B . . . 
N. Y... 



Vt , 

vt . 



vt 
vt 



Me. 



N. T... 



N.T.. 



N. T. 



Md. 



Ill 



N. T.. 



Florida.. 



Apr. 19, 'GU 
Juue24,'72 
Mar. 12, '73 
Mar. 12, '73 
Mar. .5, '73 



Spofford Barker... Xgt 
Edward Lorimer.. Agt. 
Benjamin Bandall.Aat. 
Chas. H. Clarke .--Ast 
Tho.s. N. Molloy (h)..C 
Charles Wills ....V. C 

P. Devereux Agt 

Wm. Haimou C 

Frank narmou.V.&D.C. 

David Nutt Agt 

George li. Marrin... Agt 
Geo. H. Branley ... Agt 

Hiram Skecls Agt 

Luther L. Davis 

* C.A 

Silas S. Austen. V. C. A 
John W. Burnett . . Agt 

George Mitchell Agt 

J. E. Broivn Agt 

Albeit D. Shaw C. 

La Rue Peck V. C 

George Stephens. ..Agt. 
Isaac Lawrence . ..Agt. 

Almer A. Allen Agt. 

C 

EdwardH. Fitt...V. C. 

Josiali M. Lucas C. 

T. H. Tomkinson..V. C. 

Geo. W. Driggs C. 

J.E.Talbot V.C. 

Hiram T. Jones . . . Agt 
Alexis TV. Harriott. Agt 
David Eckstein (n)..C 
Francis Garesche. V. C 

John L. Near C 

John Swift V.C 

Chas. N. Scott Agt 

Thomas McCrac.. .Agt 
H. D. Cunningham .Agt 

L. H. Johnson Agt 

Daniel K. Hobart....C 
Peter S. Burnham.V. C 

Jacob M. Oioen Agt 

Ebenezer Band Agt 

Wm. B. Steivart ...Agt 
Henry H. Grant.. .Agt 

Joseph R. Hea Agt 

James M. Davis. ..Agt 

James W. Taylor C 

Alb't N. Carpenter. V.C 

James H. Williams ; commission awaiting filing of bond. 



Bavaria 



N. Y... 



Me. 



o -3 
r ft 



N. B . . 
N. B .. 



9 o 

." o 



o ^ 
ex ^ 



Mar. 4, '64 
June 2ti, '68 
Nov. 3, '73 
June 28, '69 
Mar. 18, '67 
June 6, '68 
Aug. 26, '71 
May 19, '71 
July 22, '71 
Feb. 4, '73 
June 17, '73 
Aug. 15, '72 
Mar. 3, '73 
Sept. 15,'71 
Mar. 19, "73 
Feb. 20, '71 
July 20, '68 
July 23, '67 



Ohiy ... 

Mich . . . 
Mich . . . 



Me. 



Minn. 



Jan. 25, '69 
Junel6,'71 
Aug. 15,'73 
Doc. 15, '70 
July 30, '70 
Feb. 14, '73 
Dec. 4, '69 
Apr. 4, '70 
Jan. 29, '74 
Sept. 10, '73 
Feb. 3, '70 
Feb. 9, '74 
Sept. 22, '66 
June 10, '73 
May 9, '67 
May 28, '72 
Dec. 11, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Aug. 20, '73 
Jan. 16, '73 
Apr. 24, '73 
Apr. 18, '72 
Jan. 16, '73 
Sept. 14, '70 
Dec. 10, "73 



5 
'a 



Fees 



$1, 500 



Fees ... 



1,500 



Fees . . . 
1,500 
2,000 



sS C QO 



%\m 96 

347 73 

451 92 

1, 078 03 

421 51 



24 45 

2, 980 50 



263 00 
158 50 

1, 134 75 
258 50 

1,339 10 



No rep't. 
1, 733 13 

No rep't. 
4, 118 00 



1, 098 .50 

2, 482 50 



594 83 

8,285 02 



Fees . . . 



1,500 



576 37 



191 77 

329 70 

2,831 58 



1,500 


2, 808 OO 








895 00 








685 00 


1,000 


123 52 




28 95 








No fees. 







13 00 
168 30 
553 00 



26 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
GREECE— ITxVLT. 












Place. 



-: GREECE. 

Patras (h) 

Pirffius (6) 

Do 

Syra, 

Zante 

Do 

Corfu 

Oephalonia 

^ GUATEMALA. 

Guatemala {h) 

Do 

Champerico 

SanJoxi'de Guatemala 

HAWAIIAN 
ISLANDS. 
Honolulu 

Do 

Eilo 

HAYTI.t 

Anx Cayes (6) 

Do 

Aquin 

Jacmel 

Miragoane 

Jeremie 

Cape Haytien (6) 

Do 

Gonaives 

Port de Paix 

Port au Prince 

St. Marc (6) 

HONDURAS. 
Amapala (6) 



Omoa and Truxillo (6) . 

Do 

ITALY. 
Ancona (&) 

Do 

Brindisi 

Do 

y Carrara (b) 

Do 

*^ Florence (b) 

I Do 

Cagliari 

'' Genoa 

*" Do 

Milan 

•^ Turin 

W Leghorn 

Do 



Name and title. 



* C. 

Lucien A. "Wait C . 

J. J. Buclierer V. C. 

IF. P. Binney Agt . 

C. 

JohnVlasto V. C. 

T.Woodlcy Agt 

S.M. Dallaporto ..Agt. 

Henry Houben C . 

V.C. 

A. Zollikofer Agt . 

Hdwin James Agt . 



Calvin S. Mattoon . ..C. 
J. S.Christie, jr... V.C. 
Thos. Siiencer Agt. 



L. Sanne^ 

Jas. Annaud V. C. 

A. M. Monfanto . . . Agt. 

n.O'Eill Agt. 

C.F. Ted Agt. 

E. Weiner Agt. 

Stanislas Goutier C . 

V.C. 

A. Hilchenbaeh Agt. 

E. Wcrth Agt. 

E. D. Bassett C. G 

G. Jastram V. C. A. 

George A. K. Morri.% C 

V.C 

Chas. E. FoUin C. 

V.C 



N. Y.. 



Mass 



* Edward Hancock 

J The luiuister-resideut is also consul 



Albert G. Col well.... C 
A. P. Tomassini . .V. C 
De Witt C. Sprague. .C 

TheaTiti V.C 

F.Torrey C 

C. Pollina.... V.C 

J. Lor. Graham, jr . . . C 

J.C. Matteini V.C 

Eugene Pernis Agt 

O. M. Spencer C. 

P. M. Bauraborger, V. C . 
Henry W. Trimble, Agt. 

Henry Noble Agt . 

■Lay T. Howard C. 

ErailioMasi V.C. 

commission awaiting filing of bond 



o 
.a 
o 



G. Brit'u 
Vt 



Prussia 



Ohio. 



Pa. 



Conn .. . 



Germany 



N. T. 



Iowa. 



N.T.... 






Greece . 
Vt 



Guat'm'a 



Ohio . . . 
N.J ... 



Pa. 



Pa. 



Honduras 



Ohio . . 



Conn . . 



Mass 



N. T . . . 



Iowa. 



Pa. 



c 



V, .S o 



a 



Dec. 18, '73 
Oct. 28, '73 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 



Nov. 26, '()9 
Feb. fi, '61 
Oct. 13, '71 

Feb. 18, '71 



Apr. 18. '72 
Feb. 6, '74 



Sept.24, '70 
Sept.l3, '70 
May 6, '72 

Apr. 8, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Oct. 5, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Apr. 18, '72 
Aug. 2, '70 
July 9, '70 



Apr. 28, '71 
Oct. 23, '71 
Apr. 16, '69 
Aug. 2, '70 

Aug.ll, '73 



July 28, '63 



Feb. 10, '74 
June 23, '71 
Oct. 2, '73 
Mar. 14, '67 
Feb. 29, '64 
Nov. 25, '65 
Sept. 1, '71 
Dec. 23, '71 
Mar. 10, '63 
Mar.21, '66 
Mar. 25, '71 
Nov. 1, '71 
Dec. 10, '72 
Apr. 21, '69 
Mar. 10, '70 
t Second, third, and fourth q'r's not received. 






Fees 

11,000 



Fees. 



Fees . . . 



4,000 



500 



1,000 



7,500 
Fees 

Fees 



1,000 



Fees 



1, 500 






fc 



a —" 



$132 50 
13 50 



8 72 



16 00 

No ri'p't. 

30 00 

766 00 



No rep't. 
No rep't. 

4,484 42 



t4 33 



No rep't. 



No rep't. 

No rep't. 

No rep't. 

667 71 



278 75 

76 62 

1, 729 32 

322 20 



45 09 



101 26 



1,500 


11 25 


Fees 


523 52 


Fees 


1,951 50 




27 02 


1,500 


1, 630 15 



324 00 

44 50 

1, 942 64 



eueral ; see page 12. § Authorized to act temporarilv as consul. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



27 



JAPAN— MEXICO. 



Place. 






Messina 

Do 

Catania 

Gioja 

Syracuse 

Naples 

Do 

Castelamare 

Pozzuoli 

Palermo 

Do 

Girgenti 

Licata 

Marsala 

Trapani 

Kome 

Do 

.' Do 

Civita Vecchia . . 

^ Spezia 

^ Do 

y Taranto (b) 

Do 

K Venice (6) 

Do 

JAPAN. 

Hakodadi 

Do 

Nee-e-gata . 

Kanagawa 

Do 

Do 



Do.... 
Nagasaki 
Do... 
Do... 



Osaka and Hiogo. 
Do 



LIBERIA.* 

Grand Bassa (6) . . 

Do 

Monrovia 



Name and title. 



F. W. Bebn (n) C. 

Letterio Pirrone..V. C. 

A. Peratoner Agt . 

L. Giffoni Agt. 

N.Stella Agt 

B. Odell Duncan C 

H.M. Ticknor....V. C 

Michele Starace Agt 

Eduardo de Lucca. Agt 

C 

Luigi !^^onti V C 

L. Granet Agt 

B. Saito Agt. 

J. D. Sore Agt 

L. Ilarrone Agt 

Paul Dahlgren C. G. 

VC.G 

Charles M. Wood .C. C 

G. 2larsanick Agt 

William T.Rice C 

John Greenhiim ..V. C 
Robt. H. Lee.se (?i) . . .0 
Emiglio Consiglio. V. C 

.John Harris C 

V.C 



John H. Hawes C . 

V.C 

Agt. 

C. 

Geo. N. Mitchell ..V.C 
n. W. Deuison Mar. 

Geo. N. Mitchell ...Int. 
Willie P. M.angura . . . C . 
Charles L.Fi.sher. V.C 
Rodney H. Powers.Mar. 



o 



o 
.a 



Germany 
Italy.... 



S.C. 



Del 



Vt 



Mass . . . 
GtBrit. 



Daniel Turner C 

V.C 



MADAGASCAR. 

Tamatave 

Do 



MEXICO. 

Acapulco 

Do 



C. A 

John L. Crusoe, V. C. A 
J. M. Turner C. G. 

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



Pa. 






Ky... 
Italy. 



S.C. 



D.C 



Vt. 



Mass 
Pa... 



Pa. 



a 


o 


4J 




o 




a 




<;; 


n 






o 


b 

02 


a. a 


tA 

rt 


d 


a 


a s 


a 


U 






M 



Mar. 18, '67 
May 13, '71 
June 30, '60 
Aug. 6, '68 
Juno 23, '51 
June 1, '69 
June 8, '70 
Dec. 29. '71 
Aug.26, '73 



cs 5 
>~. (-) . 

— .-; 00 



fc( 






11, 500 



Oct. 6, '73 
Apr. 11, '60 
Junell,'70 
Aug.25, '68 
Nov. 3, '69 
July 16, '73 



N.T... 



Vt. 



N. C . . . 



R.I. 



J. A. Sutter, jr C. 

N.Lennox V.C 



Germ.any 



N.Y. 



D.C 



D.C. 



N.C.. 



Pa. 



Mo. 



N.J 



Cal .... 
Mexico 



Mar. 24, '73 
Junol4,'62 
July 31, '61 
Apr. 4, '70 
Apr. 26, '72 
Dec. 23, '73 
Apr. 4, '70 



Nov. 3, '71 



1,500 



1,500 



1,500 



1,000 
1,500 



Fees . . 



750 



2, 591 02 " 



97 16 
No fees. 
11 37 
1, 695 61 



150 00 



1, 462 08 



88 17 

78 68 

100 12 

163 80 

1, 206 00 



22 25 
No fees. 



No rep't. 
425 34 



2, 500 



3,000 



Aug.22, '71 
May 22, '69 

July 13, '71 
Mar. 18,'65 
Sept. 22, '73 
Sept. 22, '73 

Jan. 16, '72 



July 12, '70 
Mar. 1, '71 

Feb. 13, '66 
July 14, '71 

July 13, '70 
Sept. 10,'72 



1,000 

and fees. 

1,500 

3,000 



1,000 

and fees. 

3,000 



Fees . . 



4,000 



2,000 



2, 000 



378 31 



No fees. 
5, 438 14 



946 68 



2, 463 68 



17 24 



54 74 



30 58 



893 57 



* The minister-resident is also consul-general ; see page IS 



28 



UNITED STATES CONSULAE SERVICE. 



MEXICO. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


o 


Whence ap- 
pointed. 


Date of com- 
mission or 
appoi n t- 
ment. 


C! 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1672. 


Tehuantepec and Sa- 
liiicis Ci'uz 


Thomas Carlock ...Agt 
C 






Dec. 11, '72 






Aguas Calicntes (b) 






Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


v.c 








Camargo (6) 


Lucius Avery C. A . 

V.C. A 


N. T.... 


Mexico - 


Sept. 13,'70 


Fees 


1288 15 


Do 


Cliilmahua {b) 


c. 








Fees .... 


*228 50 


Do 


JobnC. Huston... V.C. 
Alexander WilIard..C. 
A. F. Garrison, sr., V. C . 

J. C. Shelley C. A 

W.A.Cook.... V.C. A. 
C 


N. T.... 
Pa 

Ala 

Gt. Brit. 


Mexico . 
Cal 

Texas . . 
Mexico . 


Sept. 19, '71 
Sept. 16, '67 
Apr. 7,'71 
Feb. 13, '73 
Feb. 8, '73 




Guavmas {b) 


SI, 000 


758 85 


Do 




Guen'ero {b} 

Do 


Fees 


227 50 


Laguna (h) 


Fees 




No rep't. 


Do 


V c 








La Paz (b) 


D.Turner C. 

C.Schmitz V.C. 

A.Morrill C 


Conn .. . 


Cal 


Apr. 16,'69 
Apr. 7, '71 
Aug. 5, '72 
Aug. 7, '73 
Sept. 1,'73 


Fees 


854 53 


Do 




Manzanillo (b) 


Fees .... 


546 42 


Do 


E. G. Khand, V. C. & D . 

t C.A. 

V.C.A 

Thomas F. Wilson ...C. 

John F. Vails V.C. 

WillianiH. Wilson. Agt. 

Isaac Sissou C. 

V. C 




Mexico . 
N. T. . . . 




Maruata (b) 




Fees .... 












Pa 


Pa 


Apr. 4. '70 
Sept.26,'71 
Feb. 13,'73 
Feb. 25,'71 


2,000 


884 75 


Do 




Santa Cntz Foint 




1, G85 00 


Mazatlan (4) 


X. T.... 


N. Y.... 


Fees .... 


+629 38 


Do 




Merifl.i (h) 


MarlinF. Hatch C. 

Eamon Agaar V. C . 

Julias A. Skilton.C. G. 
V. C. G. 


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


N. Y.... 

La 


Feb. 6, '73 
Dec. 1D,'73 
Junel0,'72 


Fees .... 


No rep't. 


Do 


Mexico (h) 


1,008 


301 00 


Do 




Mler (&) 


§ . ..C.A 


Canada . 


Ind. Ter. 


Jan. 29, 74 
Mar. 21, '73 


Fees .... 


227 50 


Do 


C.B. Dickinson, V.C. A. 
c 




Miuatitlan (5) 


Fees 


482 01 


Do 


John A. Wolf D.C. 

J.Ulrich C. 

V. C . 


Pa 


N. M . . . 


Apr. 18,'72 
Apr. 26,'66 




Monterey (h) 


Fees 


105 00 


Do 




Ifuevo Laredo (b) 


C.A. 








Fees.... 


1, 067 85 


Do 


V C A 










Oajaca(i) 

Do 


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


N.J .... 


N.J .... 


Oct. 13, '69 
Juiie2i5,'72 


Fees 


62 00 


Paso del Norte (b) 






500 


37 50 


Do 


Win. M. Pierson . . V. C . 
W. Schuchardt {n) C. A. 
Eniile Callson. .V. C. A. 
C. A 


N.Y.... 
Darms't. 


Texas... 
Texas... 


Oct. 25, '71 
Nov. 20,'67 
Sept.20,'71 




PiedrasNieirra.s (6) 

Do 


Fees 


640 50 


Presidio del IforteCi) . 


Fees 






V.C.A. 

M. Garfias(ii) C 

. V. C 












San Bias (b) 


Mexico . 


Cal 


Jan. 29,'73 


Fees 










Sau Diraas (&) 


C.B. Dahl-'-ren C. 






May 15, '71 


Foes . . . . 


No fees. 


Do 


V.C. 









* Fourth quarter not reported. 
J Third qu;uternot reported. 



t Edward A. Lever; commission awaitin 
§ Marcus T. Miloua ; commission awailiu 



g filing of bond. 
nling of bond. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



29 



MUSCAT— PERF. 



Place. 



San Jose anil Cape St. 
Lucas (6) 

Do 

Tabasco (b) 

Do 

Tampico 

Do 

Tuxpan 

Vera Cruz 

Do 

Zacatecas (h) 

Do 



MUSCAT. 



Zanzibar (&) . 
Do 



NETHERLAliTDS 
AND DOMINIONS. 

^ Amstord.am 

*^ Do 

W Nleuwcdiep 

^r Batavia(6) 

W Do 

fioerabaya 

1/ Curagoa (h) , 

t^ Do 

Bonaire , 

Padan,;:- ih) 

• Do 

V^ Paraniaiibo (?<) , 

Do 

1^ Ilotterdam 

»^ Do , 

t^ Flunhinfj 

Hchiedam 

*^ St. iSlartin (h) 

Do 

St. Eustatius 



W 



NICARAGUA. 

San Jiian dfl Norte and 
Puiita Ai'ciuis 

Do 

San .Tiian del Sur 

Do 



PARAGUAY. 

Ascuucion (ft) 

PERU. 

Callao 

Do 



Xame and title. 



Eugene Gillespie C 

V.C 

August J. Cassard . .C 
James B.Poole ...V.C 

Edmund Johnson C 

LewisN.de la Lastra V.C 

Edward Owen Agt 

S. T. Trowbridg(! ....C 
Chas. Trowbridge, V- C . 

G.M.Prevost C 

A.M. Kimball •.. V.C 



C. 



Francis E. Webb .V.C 



Char'.es Mueller (n) . .C . 

A.Vinko V.C. 

Klaiis C.Yan Vliet. Agt - 
Pliny M. Nicker.son. .C. 
H. T. Ankersrait..V. C 
Charles Matzer. ... Agt 

Wm. R. Faxon C . 

David Leon V.C. 

W.E. Boye Agt. 

C. 

Albert Van GlLs --V.C- 

H. Sawyer C 

V.C. 

Fred. Scbiitz (71) C. 

A. A. Wanibersie .V. C 

J.J. T. Hector Agt 

W.II. C.Tanseyi... Agt 

Cbarlos Roy (?i) C 

D.C.Van Rnmoudt.V-C 
George Boyle Agt 



Romeo TT. Freer ..C. A 
J.J. Andreas ..V.C. A 

Rufus ]\Icad C 

G. A.Gaum-nu....V. C 



o 






N. T. 



La 



Ind 
Pa . 



rs 
r> P. 



Mexico 



La 



Va. 



Ill 

Mexico . 



Mass Mass . . 



Saxony. 



Conn. 



Mass . 



Ohio 



Mass . 



Conn . . . 



Mass... 



Darms't. 



N. T .... 



W.I 



N. T 



Ohio 



Vt 



W.Va.. 

Vt , 



I). J. Williamson ('. Cal Cal Afar. 17. TO 

Cliarles U. Lay ...V. c! I N.T.... Feb. l.^.'Tl 

* Hoiii of American parents ti'uipcr.irily residins: abroad. 

tG. R. Usher ; connui.ssion awaiting tiling of bond. 



3 O 
O 

« a 

© :0 



c3 S 



Mar. 20, '73 



Dec. 20,"72 
Sept. 15, '70 
June 10, '72 
Oct. 1,'73 
Jan. 2,'73 
Apr. ID, '09 
Mar.28,'71 
Mar. 21, '07 
Nov. 30, '69 



Apr. 29, '73 



June26,'fiO 
JunelO,'(iS 
Aug. G,'6S 
Apr. 19, '71 
Oct. 3!, '71 
Jan. 2i;,'71 
Apr. 28, '70 
■Jan. 21. '73 
Nov. 17,'70 



Dec. 8,'OG 
.Jime 14, '53 



Apr. 10, '09 
Feb. 16,'63 
Feb. 23, '70 
Apr. 22.'70 
Jnne2G,'.")5 
Nov. 14,'72 
Feb. 17, '74 



Jan. 15,'73 
July 1,"70 
July 20, '07 
.\ug. 13,70 

Oct. 23, '72 



'i' .:: ^ 

to '^ 



Fees . 



^500 



1,500 



3,500 



Fees 



1,000 



1,000 



1,000 



Fees . . . 



Fees 



Fees . . . 



2,000 



Fees . 



2, 000 



2, 001) 



?200 41 



419 Ofi 



1, 856 73 



20 00 



272 80 



1,447 Gl 



179 81 
1, 135 10 



403 92 
2, 055 74 

129 71 



130 14 
1,235 73 



1, 949 71 



2 00 
2, 195 31 



414 .50 



511 39 



3, .")00 3,479 45 



30 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



PORTUGAL AND DOMINIONS— RUSSIA. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


c 

o 
.a 

o 

o 

.a 




Date of com- 
mission or 
a p p i n t- 
ment. 


"a 
m 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 


Mollendn and May . . . 


Agt. 

S.C.Mont joy C. 

G.Ed. Solf V.C. 

A. Salf Agt. 












Lambayeque (6) 

Do 






Mar. 18,'C7 
Oct. 14, '69 
Aug.22, 'tis 
Sept.27, '72 
Jan. 23, '71 

Mar. 10, '73 
July 6, '71 

July 23, '72 
Mar. 14, '73 
Oct. 17, '72 
Jan. 11, 09 
Jan. 11, 'G9 
Mar. 14, '73 
Apr. 9, '63 
Dec. 22, '70 
May 24, 'Og 
July 12, '70 
May 25, '63 
Dec. 20, '56 
Dec. 20, '56 
June 1, '59 
Dec. 20, '56 
Dec. 20, '56 
Dec. 20, '50 


Fees 


S129 11 




N.y .... 

N. T . . . . 
Me 

Mass 


San Jose and Pimental 




No fees. 


Santa and Chimhote. . 


E. A. Sartori Agt. 

Jobu Murpby (n) C . 

V.C. 

Orville McGregor ...C. 
P. N.Luce V.C. 

Samuel W. Dabney. .C. 
JobnP. Dabney.-.V.C. 
James Mackay, jr . . A gt . 
J.de C. C.e Mello.. As^i. 
A. J. d'Alhcrgaria Agt 

Thomas Ivens Agt. 

Thome de Castro. . Arft 


Ireland.. 
Me 




Payta (6) 


1500 
500 


251 22 


Do 


Tunibez (6) 


157 24 


Do 


POETTJGAL AND 

DOMINIONS. 

FavaUft) 


750 


414 65 


Do 


Flores 




17 24 
2 00 

21 80 
110 60 

43 08 
134 01 


Graciosa 








St. George 








St. Michaels 








Terceira 








Funcbal 

Do 


Jasjier Smith C . 

John Hutchison ..V.C 
Henry W.Diman....C. 
Charles Hutchens. V. C. 

T. M. Besoney Agt. 

F.J.Lopez Agt. 

F. L. Javarez Agt . 

J. M. Mascarenhas, Agt 

C.F.O'Ncil Agt. 

J.P.dcM.Falcao.-A^t 

c 


N. T . . . . 


D.C 


1,500 






R. I 


1,500 


529 81 


/^ Do 


Belem 




No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 


Cesimhra 








Faro 








Lagos 








^^ Setubal 









Sines 




Mozambique {h) 


Fees 


Do 


V.C. 












Alfred V.Dockery...C. 

Win. Sf live V.C. 

0. Laidley Agt. 

L.S.de Yasconcellos, Agt 
J. A. de M. Vianna, Agt. 
c. 


N. C . . . . 


N. C .... 


Jan. 27, '73 
June26, '73 
Apr. 30, '70 
Apr. 30, '70 
Nov. 16, '70 


1, 500 


210 00 


/. Do 


Figueira 




No fees. 


St. Joao da Fuz 








Yianna 








No fees. 


Santiago, Cape Verde (6) 






750 


Do 


H. J.Silva V.C 

J. J. Nunes Agt 

Agt 






Junoll, '66 
July 3, '62 


165 76 


Urava 








"0 81 


Foqo 










Sal 


J.J. Vera Cruz Agt 

Aet 






Oct. 26, '67 




14 86 


St. Vincent 










St. Paul de Loando (b) . . 
Do 


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

Jas. Crowley C. A 

Enficli Emery. .V. C. A. 

E. Brandt C 

V. C 


Brazil . . . 


Mass 


May 14, 64 


1,000 


12 99 


RUSSIA. 

^ Amoor River (6) 

,• Do 


Mass 

Russia . . 


Mass 

Russia . . 


May IG, '72 
Feb. 6, 73 
June21, '32 


1,000 


33 40 




Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


^ Helsingfors (6) 

Do 


K.FrenckiU C 

V.C. 


Finland . 


Fi!)land . 


Aug.31, "50 


Fees 


15 49 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE, 



31 



SALVADOR— SPAIN AND DOMINIONS. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


1- 

o 
.a 

1 


a a 


Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
nient. 


'a 


Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 


IVj/hofti 


J. Sparrow Agt 

c 






Mar. 7, '63 




$3 37 








Fees 


24 00 


l^ Do . .- 


S. P. Young V.C. 

T.C.Sruitb C. 

Stephen Kalli V.C. 

A. A. Desehowitz . .Agt. 
D. R. Peacock Agt. 


Vt 


vt 


May 9, '67 
June 1, '61 
Feb. 12, '73 
Jan. 16, '73 
May 8, '72 
Dec. 23, '70 
June 2, '71 
Feb. 16, '66 




U^ Odessa 

!• Do 


12, 000 


86 85 








l^ Poti and Tifiis 








No fees. 








7 50 


V"^ l^n.nftyiTon 


Berthold Smith.... A^yt 
George Pomutz (n) ..C. 
V.C. 


England 
Hungary 






137 00 


L^ St. Petersburff. .. 


Iowa 


2,000 


599 00 


Do 




i^ Clroiiatcidt . ..-.. 


A, TVilki7is ..Agt. 






Mar. 7,-63 




No rep't. 


Hind 


Ast 








^ "Warsaw (h) 


C 








Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


V.C 








SALVADOR. 
La Union (6) 


John F.Flint C. 

John Harrison V. C . 

J. Maurice Duke C. 

V. C 


Pa 

G.B 

G.B 


Pa 

Salvador 
Salvador 


Feb. 14, '68 
Jan. 29, '73 
June 10, '72 


Fees 


657 88 


Do 




San Salvador (h) 

Do 


Fees 


*42 50 


Sonsonate (6) 

Do 


J.C.Mathe C. 

Jas. Geddes V.C 

t C. A. 

R. A. Friend ...V.C. A 
W. 2Iolineaux {n^ . . Agt 


U.S 


U.S 


Feb. 14, '68 
Apr. 18, '72 

Jan. 13, '74 
Mar. 6, '73 
Dec. 18, '72 
May 2, '71 


Fees 


498 33 


SAN DOMINGO. 
St. Doniin*^o .. 




Ohio .... 


1,500 


621 43 


Do 






AzucL 






Puerto Plata 


Jose Oinebra Agt 

C. A. 








1, 072 36 


Samana (h) 








£9 60 


Do 


Henry Conard. V. C. A. 

F. W. Partridge C 

V. C 






Sept. 4, '73 
Apr. 16, '69 






SIAM. 
Han ^''kolc 


Vt 


Ill 


3,000 


147 42 


Do 




Do 


Mar 












Do 


Kru Naa Act'g Int. 

Dorence Atwater C 

W.H. Kelly V.C 

William L. Giro C 

John L. Giro V.C 

Henry Buggies C 

M. Casagemas V. C 

Aloys Muller Agt 

c 






Jan. 1, '70 

July 11, '70 
Nov. 23, '70 

Jan. 20, '53 
July 11, '73 
Apr. 28, '70 
Sept. 12, '70 
Nov. 5, '64 


500 

1,000 




SOCIETY ISLANDS. 
Tahiti (6) 


Conn 


Conn 


820 22 


Do 




SPAIN AND DO- 
MINIONS. 

»</ Alicante (b) 


Spain ... 


Spain .. . 


Fees 


250 17 


•' Do 




W Barcelona 


Mass 


Conn 


1,500 


331 06 


Do 




. Tarragona 








332 90 


Bilbao (!)) 






Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


Eduardo Aznar. . . V. C . 
Alfred N. Duffi6 C. 




R.I 


June 10, '68 
Apr. 21, '69 


y Cadiz 


1,500 


1,421 40 



* First and second quarters not reported. 1 Paul Jones ; commission awaiting filing of bond. 



32 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



SPAIN AND DOMINIONS. 



Place. 



Cadiz • 

Algeciras 

Suelva 

Jarez de la Fontera. . . 

Port St. Mary 

San Lucar de liarra- 

meda 

Carthagcna (b) 

Do 

Corunna (6) 

Do 

Corcubion 

Tivero 

Virjo 

Denii(6) 

Do 

Havana 

Do 

Do 

Do , 

Gibara 

Nuevitas 

San Juan de Los Re- 

medios 

Malaga 

Do 

Adra Malaga 

Fort of Marbclla .... 

Almeria Malaga 

Granada 

Manila (b) ■ 

Do 

Cebu 

Iloilo 

Mataiizas 

Do 

Cardenas 

Sagua la Grande 

Port Mahon 

Do 

Iviea Island 

Palma Majorca 

San Juan 

Do 

Agaadilla 

Areeibo 

Fajardo 

Guayama 

Mayagne.z 

Kaguabo 

Ponce 



Name and title. 



C. Younger V.C. 

11. Sprague Agt . 

Ucnrique Ruiz Agt 

Henry R. Davies . . Agt. 



Ramon de Larraz.. Agt. 

C. Molina C. 

V.C. 

Anthony G. Fiiertes.C. 

VC. 

a. Yillanueva Agt. 

Joquin Mimiz Agt. 

Cainllo Moling Agt . 

U ha.s. Morand C . 

A. Bordehore V. C 

Henry C. Hall . ...C.G. 

V.C.G 

Jos. A. Springer . . . C. C 

Jos. A. Eaphel C. C 

L. S. de Jongh Agt. 

Joaquin Sanchez . . Agt. 

J. M. Digges Agt 

A. M. Hancock C . 

John R. Geary V. C 

R. Medina Agt 

Miguel Calzado Agt . 

Alex. Lluch Agt - 

Peter A. Mesa Agt 

t C 

V.C 

A ugusto Zel^z Agt 

James E. Ernst . . Agt 

C 

G. L. Washington D. U 

Charles A. Bacot. . . Agt 

James R. Horner.. A<s.l- 

Jolin F. Quarles C 

•To.s. Montanari .. . V. C 

William Wallis Agt 

Ernesto Ganut Agt 

Edwanl Conroy C 

C. A. deV. Hoard.V. C 

Ed. Koppi.sch Agt 

/•'. Fcrnaadi'Z Agt 

nernian Ritter Agt 

Eugene 21. Verges. . Agt. 

G.R.Keutseh Agt 

W.Haddock 

Edw. Oppenheiiner, A'.^t - 

*Promot]R(l from vice-consul-general at Hnvjuia, 
tJonathsiu Kussell ; commission awaiting Uling 






Spain . 
Spain , 



Conn. 



Me. 
Md 



Ky 



r^ i=- 



Spain . 
Spain . 



Cuba 
Md .. 



Ky 



Va. 



Ga. 



Coan Pa 



fe « 



o ^ 



Sept.23, '69 
Apr. 19, '54 
May 23, '71 
June25, '73 



Sept.24, '73 
Nov. 25, '62 



May 15, '71 



Aug. 
Aug. 
May 
June 
July 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Jau. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



10, 
10, 

o 

10, 
H, 

7, 
27, 

8, 
14, 
24 
12, 



'72 
'72 
'73 

'72 
'71 
'73 
'69 

'70 
'72 
73 
'73 



Fob. 5, '73 
Apr. 18, '61 
Oct. 24, '63 
Nov. 20, '65 
Aug. 5, '70 
Jan. 15, '70 
Juuel3, '73 
Dec. 18, '73 



July 2, '69 
July 2, '69 



Aug. 1, '70 
June22, '70 
Apr. 3, '69 
M U-. 3, '73 
May 21, '72 
D.!C. 3, '6!) 
Apr. 11, '70 
Apr. 21, '69 
Feb. 25, '71 
Mar. 19, '67 
Sept. 4, '67 
Aug. 19, '71 
May 2, '67 
Juno 17, '70 
Apr. 10, '65 
Oot. 10, '73 



Fees . 



Fees . . 



Fees . . . 



^6, 800 



1,000 
1, 00 J 



1,500 



Fees. 



2, 500 



1,500 



2, 000 






No fees. 
No fees. 



No rep't. 



§15 34 



No fees. 
No fees. 
No fees. 
178 97 



21, 1S2 86 



No fees. 
No fees. 

935 73 

1, 766 02 



No fees. 
No fees. 
232 70 



1857 31 



124 32 

141 29 

4, 887 92 



3,860 01 

2,367 31 

14 50 



5 00 
11 00 

908 85 



i.yj 79 

326 50 
138 53 
702 85 

1, 375 25 
156 33 

1,277 19 



and consul at ilatanzas. 

of lionil. ; First anil fourth quarters not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 
SWEDEN AXD NORWAY-SWITZERLAND. 



33 



Place. 


Name and title. 


a 

S 
.a 

o 
(-1 

S 




Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
ment. 


Salary. 


Mm 




Lane Garben Agt 

I.ui.s Gallo C 






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




No lees 


S.iiitaTnlf*r (b) 






Fees 


SCO 23 


Do 


V.C 










Serapio Acebal Agt 

A.N.Young C 

EmilieG.Schmitt.V.C. 

P.E.Alayo Agt 

Wm. F. Allison Agt 

Frederick Roca Agt 

Charles Hugar Agt 

Alex. Jouidau (n) C 

Chas. H. Eder ....V.C. 
Wm. H. Dabney *....C. 

H.B. McKay V.C 

J. T. Topham Agt 

J. Rodriguez y Gonzales A 
Frederick Renshaw. Agt 
F. P. Laremuth . . . Agt 

Joseph G. Moore C . 

V.C 






Apr. 8, '70 
Sept.24, '70 
July 6, '71 
Feb 22, '71 
Feb. 22, '71 
Jan. 3, '72 
Feb. 22, '71 
App. 21, '70 
Feb. 20, '71 
Jan. 22, '62 
Nov. 11, '70 




10 00 


.■Santiago de Cuba 

Do 


Ohio .... 


Ky 


|2, 500 


1, 205 GO 






Q04 <]<) 










360 83 


i\fft)izctiiillo 








403 03 


Sffiitn. C^i'nz 








O ()() 


Seville (h) 


France.. 
Fayal . . . 


D. C . . . . 
R.I 


Fees 


749 41 


Do 




TeneiifFe (h) 


Fees 


^17 15 


Do ... 




Tjfiiiztirofte 










Grand Canary 

Orota va 






Feb. 10, '70 
Jan. 9, '74 
Jan. 11, '61 
June 6, '73 




113 19 






- 














Triuidad de Cuba 

Do 


Ga 


Miss 


2,500 


578 51 




If. H. Morris Agt 

c 






July 20, '69 


1, 500 


-1 531 ~o 


Valencia - 






1-1 QO 


Do 


George Brander . . V. C 

Eduardo Huhy Agt 

Rich. Lowenntein . -Agt 






Sept. 30, '72 
Apr. 13, '71 
Feb. 20, '71 

Apr. 21, '70 














Grao 








'f'i'f no 


SWEDEN AND 
NORWAY. 

iiergen (&; 


Albert Gran C. 

V.C. 


Norway . 


Norway. 


Fees 


103 80 


Do 




. 


21. H. Lundgreen .. Agt. 






Nov. 30, '08 
Sept.29, '63 
June2.5, "69 
May 27, '70 






Stavanger 


Thomas Falck Agt. 

Gerhard Gade C . 

C. Christophersen.D. C. 

0. C Reinhardt.... Agt 

Franklin K. Bazier . . C . 

V.C. 








18 50 
"34 •'■) 


Christiania {b} 


Norway. 


Norway. 


Fees 


Do 




Christiansand 




"" 00 


Gottenburg (6) . . . 


N. J . . . . 


Sweden . 


Mar. 18, '67 


Fees 




Do 




St. Bartholomew (6) 

Stockholm {b) 


R. Burton Dinzey.C.A. 

Nere A. Ell'wing C . 

V.C. 


St. Bar'w 
Sweden'. 


Pa 

Sweden . 


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


Fees 

Fees 


No rrp't. 
543 58 






Christianstad 


Ludwiq Ahlbcrg ... Agt . 






Dec. 10, '72 
Sept.20, '71 
JunelO, '71 
June 19, '71 

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






Oejle 


Gmtafllaid Agt. 

S. C.2[obcck Agt. 

Gabriel Wikstrom.. Agt. 

Henry Erai(») C. 

August Strohl.... V.C. 

U. Salathe\ Agt. 

Charles H. TTpton. .. .C. 








No fees. 
■{ "0 


Xorrkdpi^ig 

Sundfivall 








Switz - .. 


Tenn . . . 






SWITZERLAND. 
Basle 


2,000 


4 107 00 


Do 




Olteu 




3 11") 00 


Geneva 

'Do 


Mass 


Va 


1,500 


1,.JG8 25 




Samuel 11. M. Bvers. .C . 


Pa 


lowa... 


1,500 


3, 460 L'J 



Born of American parents temporarily residing abroad. 



34 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



TURKEY AND DOMINIONS. 



Place. 


Name and title. 


Where boru. 


a. 
§.3 


Date of com- 
mission or 
ap poiu t- 
ment. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 




Ephraim L.Corning,V.C 
Tjtiiile 2ryer Agt 






Apr. 16, '73 

Mar. 28, '73 

Jan. 18,'72 
May 12,'73 

July 24,'73 
July 24, '73 
Aug. 13, '72 
May 18, '72 
Apr. 22, '70 
July 24, '73 
Mar. 21, 'CO 
Feb. 14, '68 
Nov. 26, '04 
Apr. 27,'48 
Sept. 1,'63 
June, 29. '70 






'- St (ialli')i 








|2, 831 75 
337 63 


TUEKEY AND DO- 
MINIONS. 

''' Beirut 


J. Bald win Hay... C.G. 
E.A.VanDyck C.C.V. 
C. G. and D. C. G. 
Naza r Naza ria » . . . A gt . 

Frederic Pocke A gt . 

Jf. Levi Agt. 

J. Si'.humacher Agt. 

N. Meshaka Agt. 

George Tanni Agt. 

D. Metheny Agt. 

S. de Picciotto Agt . 

S. Abela Agt 

A. Tanni Agt. 

T, Akaad Agt 


Mo 


Va 


12, 000 


•* Do 








No fees. 


A IpTittO 








No fees. 


A IpYfnidypifci 








2 50 


CJctl'DlUt 


U. S 






No fees. 


T)finici}icufi 








No fees. 


TToins find TJctyiid 








No fees. 










No fees. 


J\fcivfts'h 








No fees. 


Si don 








No fees. 










No fees. 


Tvre 








No fees. 




B. F. Peixotto C . 

Adolph Stern V. C. 

Agt 


N. T.... 


Cal 


Fees 


*5 50 


y Do 


Bucharest .T.n.n. 1ft '73 




iTcissy . 










y Cairo 


R. Beardsley . . . Agt. 

and C. G. 

Henry A. Babbitt C.C. 

and V. C. G. 

Nasralla Luca Agt 

Mishrihi Hayat . . . Agt. 

Gadis Gad Agt. 

Azar Abdel Melak. .Agt 

Aly Mourad Agt 

Ibrahim Daoud . . . Agt 


Mass 


lud 

Ohio .... 


July 23, '72 

June22,'72 

Dec. 7,'71 
Dec. 7,'71 
Apr. 7, '73 
July 13,'71 
July 13. '71 
Dec. 7, '71 


3,500 
1,000 


148 00 


^ Do 




Benisoupf 










































2Ia7isiirah 










^linifh 










Oslut 


Wasif el Hayat 






Dec. 7.'71 
Apr. 21, '69 
Dec. 5,'71 
June 9, '66 
Nov. 13, '64 
Oct. 5,'70 
Oct. 1,'73 

May 22,'72 
Feb. 17,'70 
Feb. 21, '70 
Aug. 8, '05 
July 22, '72 
July 16, '73 






Canea (b) 


H. Hillebrandt (n)...C 
John Nicolaides . . V. C . 

G. Saridachi Agt . 

J. H. Goodenow...C. G. 
D. Stamatiades(7i.)VCG- 
Thco. D. Staniatiades 
Mar. ad int. 
J. O.F. Calvert ....Agt 
T.E.D. Hayes.... Agt 

P. H. Lazzaro Agt 

L. P. Di Cesnola (n)..G. 
Tboo. Peristiany. . V. C. 
A. P. Di Cesnola. . . Agt. 

c 


Hungary 


N. C 


1,000 


No foes. 


Do 




lietimn 


3, 000 


No fees. 


V Constantinople 

Do 


Me 


Me 


485 49 


Do 






1,000 
and fees. 




Dardanelli's 






No rep't. 
1 00 










' Salonica 








81 04 


C vnrus ib) 


Italy . . . . 

Italy . . . . 


N. Y.... 
Italy .... 


1,000 


No fees. 


Do 




Pavh OS 






Galatza (b) 


Fees 


No rep't. 


Do 


Alex. Hepi tea V. C. 

Frank S. De Hass.. . C 
E. Hardegg V. C. 


Pa 


N. Y .... 


Sept. 25, '72 
Sept. 11, '73 
^lay 25, '72 


Jerusalem 


1,500 


48 50 


Do 





' Third and fourth quarters not reported. 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE. 



35 



URUGUAY— VENEZUELA. 






Place. 


Name and title. 


.a 

p 


Whence ap- 
pointed. 


Date of com- 
mission or 
appoint- 
ment. 




Fees for year 
ending Dec. 
31, 1872. 




JE. Hardetjg Agt. 

Wm.Pv.Page C. 

Riclim'd BroadbentV.C 






Dec, 7, '70 
Sept. 9,'70 
Feb. 12,'74 
July 18,'72 
July 27, '71 
Mar. 11, '67 
Feb. 9,'C6 
Aug. 18,'68 

Nov. 5,"69 




$5 50 


Port Said 


Me 


Va 


82, 000 


C 00 


Do 






Max de Haro Agt 

G. Surer Agt . 








No fees. 










No fees. 




E.J. Sraithers C. 

J.Griffitt V.C. 

M.M.Fottion Agt. 

B.D.Manton C 

V.C- 


Del 

Malta . . . 
Russia . . 


D.C 

Turkey 


2,000 


1, G79 4!) 


Do 








6 00 


UEUGUAY. 

Colonia C&) 


R. I 


R.I 


Fees 


11 42 


Do 




Payxandu 

Mt)nteviiU'o {h) 


J. G If 11 f angle ... A^t. 






May 23, '72 
Jan. 21, '73 
Aug. 27, '73 
Aug. 27, '73 

Mfir. 18, '67 




No rep'r. 
1, 147 17 


Enocli Jacobs C . 

Thos. W.Howard. V.C. 
William Lyons Agt. 

John Dalton C 

V.C. 


Vt 


Ohio .... 
Mass 


1,000 


Do 




AffildoHndo 






VENEZUELA. 

Ciudad Bolivar {b) .... 
Do 






Fees .... 


*331 50 


Liao"uavra 


William G. Kiley. ...C. 
... V. C . 


Va 


Va 


Nov. 15,'73 


1,500 


593 44 


Do 






H. Baiz Agt 

T.C.Jutting C. 

V.C. 






May 18, '51 
Apr. 21, 'G9 




18 36 


Maracaibo (b) 


W. I . . . . 


U. S 


Fees 


1 484 10 


Do 




Puerto Cabello (b) 

Do 


A. Lacombo C . 

V.C 






July 20, '67 


Fees 


1,126 88 

















' First, second, and third quarters not reciuved. t First, second, and fourth quarters not recieved. 

VII COSrSUI..\R CLERKS. 



Place. 


Xarae. 


a 

o 
.a 


Wlienco ap- 
pointed. 


S 3| 

1.5 a 


° a 
s - 

o 
O 


Fraiikfort-on-tlie Main . 
Sli;iii"'h;ti 


Albert J. do Zeyk (n) 

Oliver li Bradford 


Hungary.. 

Pa 

Me 

France 

N.Y 

N.Y 

Md 

Mass 

Wis 

Vt 

Ill 

Syria 

Ill 


Iowa 

Pa 

Cuba 

D.C 

N.Y 

Cliiua 

Md 

Ohio 

Wis 

Vt 

Mo 

Mich 

Col 


Feb. 7, 1860 
May 27, 1867 
Jan. 8, 1870 
Jan. 8, 1870 
Nov. 18, 1870 
Feb. 1, 1871 
Feb. 14, 1872 
June 22, 1872 
Dec. 12, 1872 
Mar. 24, 1873 
Apr. 17,1873 
May 12,1873 
Nov. 14, 1873 


§1, ooo 

1 OOil 






1 000 




Charles F. Thirion (n) 

Edward P. JHcLean 


1 0"0 




1 000 




John R. Coryell 


1 ooo 


Havana ... 


Joseph A. Raphel 


1 000 


Alexandria 


Henry A. Babbitt 

Cliarles D. At wood 


1 000 




1 000 




Charles M. Wood 


1 000 






1 000 


Beirut 


Edward A. Van Dyek 

Henry 0. Wagoner, jr 


1 000 


Paris 


1 000 











36 MIXED COMMISSIONS, DISPATCH AGENCIES, ETC. 



VIII.— AMEIIICAX-MEXIC'AX CLAIMS COMMISSIOX. (1412 H st.) 

Commissioner OH the part of the United States. — William Henry Warls worth. 

Commissioner on the part of Mexico. — Manuel Maria de Zamacona. 

Umpire. — The Right Honorable Sir Eilward Thornton, K. C. B. 

Agent on the part of the United States. — J. Hubley Ashton. 

Agent on the part of the Mexican BepiMlc. — Eleuterio Avila. 

Secretary on the part of the United States. — Randolph Coyle. 

Secretary on the part of the Mexican liepaljlic. — J. Carlos Mexia. 



IX.-AMERIt'AN-SPAXISH CI^AIMS COMMISSIOX. ( 1125 14th st.) 

Arbitrator on the part of the United States. — William T. Otto. 
Arbitrator on the part of Spain. — Senor Don Luis de Potestad. 
Umpire. — Baron Lederer. 

Counsel on the part of the United tStates. — Thomas J. Durant. 
Counsel on the part of Spain. — J. Mandeville Carlisle. 
Secretary to the Commission. — George A. Matile. 



X.— I>ISI»ATCII AGEXTS. 

Radcliffe Baldwin, No. 72 Broadway, New York. 

Jonathan Aniory, No. 70 Washington street, Boston. 

B. F. Stevens, No. 17 Henrietta street, Covent Garden, London, England. 

I'homas Taylor, Havre, France. 

Edward Robinson, Consul, Hamburg. 



XI OFFICERS OF THE TREASURY FOR EXAMEXI.VG ACCOUNTS FROM 

THE WEPARTMEXT OF STATE. 

First Comptroller, R. W. Tayler. 
Chief Clerk, William Hemphill Jones. 
Fifth Auditor, J. H. Ela. 
Chief Clerk, J. B. Maun. 



XII.— COXORESSIrtXAl, COMMITTEES ; 1st SESSIOX 43d COXGRKSS. 

Prior to the 2(1 session of tlie 1-ltli Conjiress the business of the, .Senate reciuiring reference was 
referred to select coniniittPcs. On the 10th of December, 1816. the rules of the Senate were so aniendeil 
as to provide for the apiiointnient of c<'rtain standing: committees at eacli .session, aninni; whieli ^yere a 
"Committee on Foiririn lirlatioiix,'' ami a "Committee on Commerce and Manufactuirs." Tlie latter 
cotnniittee was soon aftei- divided into two eommittees, one on "ComnnM'ce" aud one on "^lannfactnres." 
Th'e niimiiiations and otlu'i' comninnieations to the Senate, oriuinatins in tlie Pepartnient of State, are 
nsuall.v referred eitlier to the CoDimittee on Foreign delations or to the Committee on Co)ninerce. 

In tiio House of Kepiesentatives subjects rehUinjr to Foreign Affairs were at tirst referred to select 
committees: but the lules of the IIon.se were amended in the 1st session of the ITtli Conirress so as to 
jirovide for the appointment of a standing "Committee on Foreign Affairs." Such a ccnnmitteo was firat 
appointed on tlie 3d of December, 1822, at the opeuing of the 2d session of the 17tli Congress. 

Senate Committeeon Foreign Relations. — Messrs. Cameron, (Pa.); Morton, (Ind.); Hamlin 
(Me.); Howe, { Wis.); Freliiighuysen, (.Y. J.); Coukling, (JV. F.); Schurz, ( J/o.); Stock- 
ton, (N. J.); McCreery, (h'y.). 

Senate Committee on Commerce. — Messrs. Chandler, (J/icft.); Spencer, (^?rt,); Conkliug 
{N. Y.); Buckingham, (Conn.); Boutwell, (Mass.); Gordon, (Ga.); Dennis, (Md.). 

House Committee on Foreign ^Affairs. — Messrs. Orth, (Ind.); Myers, (I'a.); Willard, (Vt.) 
E. R. Hoar, (Mass.); Clarke, (.Y. Y.); Ward, (X.J.); Albert, (Md.); Williams, ( JHs.) 
Robinson, (III.); Cox, (N. Y.); Banning, (Ohio.). 



FOREIGN LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



37 



III.— FOREIGN LiEGATIOBTS IN THE UNITEO STATES. 




Country and date of 
presentatiou. 



AULilCNTlXK KicruBLic . 
March 1(5, 1869. 

AusTuiA— Hungary .. 
September 4, 1868. 

Belgium 

May 21, 1873. 



BltAZIL 

October 'J, 1871. 



Chili 



April 9, 1872. 

Colombia 

October 11, 1872. 



Denmakk 

January 22, 1873. 



Ecuahor 

April 22, 1870. 



FllAN-CE 

January 3n, 1874. 



Geumany 

August 1, 1871. 



GiiEAT Bkitaix 

February 7, 1863. 



SeSior Don Manuel K. Garcia. 



Baron Ciiarles Ledercr 

Mr. Ladi.slas Ueugelmiiller dc 
Henjiervdr. 



Mr. Maurice Delfo.sso. 



Count Gontraude Liclitervelde 

Counsellor Antonio P. de Car- 

valho Borges. 
Mr. Benjaniin Franklin Tor- 

reao de Barros. 

Mr. H. Carlos Ribciro Lisboa. . 

Cnpitaine de Frtgato Antonio 

Joaquin de Mello Tauiborim. 

Seuor Don Franci.sco Gonzalez 
Errazuriz. 



Seuor Don Ciirlos Martin 

Don F. Agudelo 

Don G. Espiuosa 



E.E.andM.F 



E.E.andM.P 

Secretary of Legation 



E.E.andM.P. 

Attache 

E.E.andM.P. 



Secretary of Legation 



Attach^ 

Naval Attacb6 . 



Sec'y of Legation and 
Charg6 d' Affaires ad 
interim. 

E.E.andM.P 

Secretary of Legation 

Attacb6 



(Absent.) 



1720 n street. 
1745 Pa. avenue. 



1714 Pa. avenue. 

1823 I street. 

822 Conn, h venue. 

822 Conn., av., and 827 
Lombard st., Phila- 
delphia. 

(Ab.sent.) 

1807 H street. 



Mr. J. H. de Hegermann-Lin- 
dencrone. 

Senator Don Antonio Flores . 



The Marquis deClcrmont-Ton 
uerre. 

M. T. de Terraoloff 

M. Paul Dejardin 

Mr. Kurd von Schlozer 

Mr. Ferdinand Stumiii 

Commander Karl Von Eisen- 

decker. 
Mr. P. W. Biiddeck e 

The Right Honourable Sir Ed- 
ward Thornton, K. C. B. 

Honourable Francis John Pak- 
enhani. 

Captain William Gore Jones, 
R.N. 

James Plaister Harris.s-Ga3- 
trell, Esq. 

Honorable Power Henry Le 
Poer Trench. 

William Oswald Charlton, Esq 



Charg6 d'Affaires . 



Minister Resident . 



Second Sec'y & Charg6 
d'Afltairesad interim. 

Attache 

Chancellor 



E.andM.P 

Secretary of Legation 
Naval Attacb6 



72 Defrces street. 
1027 I street. 
Secretary of Legation . 723 l.'ith stieet. 



Chancellor of Lega- 
tion. 
E. E. and M. P 



Wormley's. 



(Absent.) 
(Absent.) 
(Absent.) 

1633 K street. 



1715 H street. 

900 14th street. 

Wornik'y's. 
725 15lli street. 

734 15th street. 

(Absent.) 

734 loth street. 



Naval Attach6 

Second Secretary . . 

Second Secretary 1027 1 street. 

Third Secretary 1729 H street 



1415 I street. 

Road St. .Georgetown. 



38 FOREIGN LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

GUATEMALA— SPAIN, 



Country and date of 
pi-eseutatiou. 


Name. 


Eauk. 


Address. 


G r.V TKMALA 


Seiior Don Vicente Dardon 


E.E.andM.P 


13 South "William st. 


October 2"), 1872. 




New York. 




Senor Don J. Saborio 


Secretary of Legation^ 


(Absent.) 




[See also Salvador.] 






Hayti 


"Mr. Stephen Preston . - . 


E. E. and M P 


The Arlington n.iid 


Pebruary 18, 1872. 






481 Washington av., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Mr. Clement Haentjens 


Secretary of Legation . 


(Absent.) 


Italy 


Count Corti 


E. E. andM P 


(Ab.sent.) 
1823 I street. 


May 13, 1870. 


Count Zannini 


Sec'y of Legation and 
Charg6d' Affaires ad 










interim. 




Japan 


Jno'oi Arinori Mori 


(^haro"^ d'AflTnires 


(Absent.) 
2402 M street. 


March, 1871. 


Giro Yano 


Sec'y of Legation and 
Charge d' Affaires ad 












interim. 






Hangiro Assano 


Attach6 


2402 M street. 


LnjEuiA 


Mr. Henry M. Schieifelin 


Charg6 d" Aifaires 


15 East 2fith st., New 


July, 18C5. 






York. 




Mr. "William Coppinger 


Secretary of Legation . 


"Washington. 


Mexico 


Sen or Don Ignacio Mariscal. . . 
Sefior Bon Jose T. de Cuellar. . 


E.E.andM.P 

Second Secretary 


1835 G street. 


August 11,1809. 


1823 H street. 


Netheulands 


Mr. Bernliard do "Westenberg. . 


Minister Resident 


1707 G street. 


August 1, 1871. 








Nicakagua 


Senor Don Emilio Benard 


Minister Resident. ..i. 


(Absent.) 


August 10, 1872. 




Peiju . 


Colonel Don Manuel Freyre. .. 
Seiior Don Eduardo Villena . . . 


E.E.andM.P 


(Absent.) 


June 9, 18(19. 


Secretary and Charg6 


1709 H street. 






d'AffairesrttJ interim. 






Sefior Don Ernesto Aservi 


Attach6 


New York. 


PORTUOAL 


Chevalier J. de Souza Lobo . .. 


E.E.andM.P 


1405 I street. 


January 12, 1872. 
KrssiA 




(Absent.) 
1833 G street. 


Baron Henri d'Offenberg 


E. E. and M. P 


April 30, 1872. 


Mr. Nicolas de Voigt 


Secretary of Legation . 
Second Sec'y of Lega- 


1644 I street. 


Mr. Nicolas de Gretsch 


1422 N. Y. avenue. 






tion. 




Salvadok 


Sefior Don Vicente Dardon 


Minister Plen 


13 South "William st., 


rebruary 13, 1874. 




New York. 




Sefior Don J. Saborio 


Secretary of Legation. 
E. E. and M. P 


(Absent.) 


Spain 


Rear-Admiral Don Jos6 Polo 
dc Bcrnab6. 


2017 G street. 


April 5. 1872. 






Sefior Don Luis dc Potcstfid.., 


Secretary of Legation. 


334 C street. 




Sefior Don P(>,dro Oitiz do Zu- 


Second Secretary 


1415 1 street. 




gasti. 








Senor Don Nicolas M. lUvero. . 


Third Secretary 


1415 I street. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 39 

SWEDEX AND NORWAY— TURKEY. 



Uouutry and date of 
preseutiitiou. 


Name. 


Rank. 


Address. 


Spain— Contiuued .. .. 


Senof Don Pedro de Vargas. . . 
Seuor Don Luis Polo de Ber- 

nabe. 
Colonel Don TeodoroBcrmndez 

Mr. Oluf Stenerseu 

Mr. A. Grip 


Attachtj 


1-)15 I street. 




AttacbiV 


2017 G street 


Sweden and Nouway.. 
December 28, 1870. 


Military Attacb6 

E. E. and M. P 

Secretary of Legatio . 

E.E.and M. P 

Secretary of Legation 
Second Sec'y of Leg . . 


Now York. 

2015 G street. 
201.T G street 


Turkey 

October 14 1873. 


Gregoire Aristarchi Bey 

Baltazzi Effcndi 


1404 H .street. 
1404 H street. 
1404 H street 













XiV.— FOREIOSr CO:*SUI.S ]VOW IN THE irWITEn ST.ITES. 

Tbe following list shows the name, rank, residence, and date of recognition of each officer. Tlie rank is 
indicated as follows: C. G. for consul-general, C. for consul, V. C. for vice-consul, C. A. for consular 
agent, V. C. A. for vice consular agent. 



argentine KErUBUC. 

E. F. Davidson, (C. G.,)New York, Jan. 25, 18(59. 
Jos6 H. Snyder, (V. C.,) New York, Oct. 1, 1873. 
J. Swett Rowe, (C.,) Bangor, May '20, 1870. 
Edward Sbippen, (C.,) Pbiladelpliia, Aug. 3, 1872 

C. M. Stewart, (C.,) Baltimore, Sei)t. 30, 18G4. 
N. B. Keenc, (C.,) New Orleans, May 20, 1870. 

D. David Stackpole, (U.,) Boston, Oct. 8, 1864. 
Andres Sprinc, (C.,) Portland, Oct. 12, 18C4. 
Mofte A. Priugle, (C.,) Charleston, .Jan. 2C, 1849. 
Carlos lleinsius, (C.,) Savannah, June 8, 18()8. 
Carlos Baum, (C.,) San Francisco, Mar. 31, 1870. 
George A.Barksdale, (V. C.,) Richmond, Jan. 26, 

1872. 
George Harriss, (V. C.,)'Wilmington, N. C, June 4, 

1872. 
I. T. Collins, (V. C) Brunswick, Ga., June 5, 1873. 
L. M. Merrit, (V. C.,) Penisacola, Mar. 31, 1870. 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

Theo. A. Havemeyer, (C. G.,) Now York, Nov. 29, 

1871. 
Adolfns Bader, (C.,) New Orleans, Feb. 26, 1868. 
A. M. SchtBiijahn, (C.) Mobile, Sept. 4, 1872. 
L. We.stergaard, (C.,) Philadelphia, Sept. 4, 1872. 
Mauritius von Bauiubach, (C.,) Milwaukee, Sept. 4, 

1872. 
Julius Kaufraanu, (C.,) Galveston, Sept. 4, 1872. 
Robert Barth, (C.,) Saint Louis, Sept. 4, 1872. 

F. W. Hanewiackel, (C.,) Richmond, Sept. 4, 1872. 

G. D. Krenimelborg, (C.,) Baltimore, Sept. 4, 1872. 
Theodor Schwarz, (C.,) Louisville, Jan. 5, 1869. 
Gustavus Miicke, (C.,) San Francisco, June 28, 1870 
, (C.,) Chicago. 

Otto M. Adae, (C.,) Cincinnati, June 23, 1873. 
, (V. C.,) Boston. 

HELGIU.VI. 

S. Morhange, (C. G.,) San Francisco, June 28, 1870. 
■ Emib' (irisar, (C.,) San Fraiicisco, Alar. 14, 18()7. 
Ernest Van Bruyssel, (C. G.,) New Orleans, Jan. 2, 
le73. 



Belgium— Continued. 

G. O. Goiter, (C.,) Baltimore, Sept. 26, 1864. 

P. Schuster, (C.,) Cincinnati, Jan. 1.5, 18C8. 

H. W. Warren, (C.) Boston, May 3, 1870. 

Francis Lammers, (C.,) Galveston, Feb. 11, 1873. 

P. Hnrck, (C.,) Saint Louis, Feb. 5, 1866. 

E. O. Noltiug, (C.) Richmond, May 27, 1865. 

J. F. Henrotin, (C.,) Chicago, May 27, 1865. 

John B. A. Mass<:-, (C.,) Grecu Bay, Wis , May 27, 

18G5. 
Duncan Robertson, (C.,) Norfolk, May 2.5, 1870. 
Laurent De Give, (C.,) Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 13, 1860. 
G. E. Saurmann, (C.,) Philadelphia, May 25, 1860. 
Charles Mali, (C) New York, May 31, 1867. 
Ch. T. van der Espt, (V. C.,) Louisville, Sept. 29, 

1804. 

BOLIVIA. 

Jos6 Maria Miiuoz, (C. G.,) New York, Sept. 10, 

1868. 
Francisco Herrera, (C.,) San Francisco, July 26, 

1870. 

BRAZIL. 

L. K. F. de Aguiar, (C. G.,; New York, Sept. 28, 

1864. 
C. J. Ludmann , (V. C.,) New York, Jan. 17, l?(i6. 
Joseph 1. Wilder, (V. C.,) Savannah, Jlay 13, 1873. 
Myer Myers, (V. C.,) Norfolk, Sept. 29, 1804. 
IT. R. Baldwin, (V. C.,) Riehmonil, .June 28. 1859. 
Edward S. Sayres, (V. C.,) I'liiladel]ihia, Sept. 24, 

1864 
C. Oliver O'Donnell, (V. C.,) Baltinuire, Oct. 8, 18G4. 
Andrew F. Elliot, (V. C.,) New Orleans, .Ian. 16 

186.5. 
Oscar G. Parsley, (V. C.,) Wilmington, N. C, Aug. 

22, 1865. 
Eugene Huchet, (V. C.,) Charleston, Nov. 9, 1866. 
A. T. Kieckoefer, (V. C.,) Washington, li. C, Oct. 

8, 1864. 
Henry C. Adams, (V. C.,) Boston, Jan. 28, 1874. 
William H. Jiulah, (V. C.,) Pensacola, Nov. 3, 1856. 



40 FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

CHILI— GREAT BRITAIN. 



emu. 

rrniicisco, 2(1 Ca.sanucva, (C. G.,) San Fiaiici.sco, 

Jan. -29, 1872. 
Washinsfou Booth, (C.,) Baltimore, Aug. 19, 1872. 
Edward Shippon, (C.,) Philadelphia, Aug. 19, 1872. 

COLOMUI.i. 

Miguel Salgar, (C. G.,) Kew York, Aug. 3, 1872. 
Eicnrdo Morales, (C.,) San Frauci.sco, July 29, 1872. 
Leou de la Cova, (V. C.,) Philadelphia, Dec. 23, 1867- 

COSTA RICA. 

Jose M. Miifioz, (C. G.,) Kew York, Mar. 25, 1871. 
Gu.stavo Thoisen, (C.,) New York, Mar. 12, 1867. 
Tcodoio Lenmien Meyer, (C. G.,) San Francisco, 

Aug. 20, 1872. 
Francisco Herrera, (C.,) Sau Francisco, Aug. 20i 

1873. 
S. M. ^yaln, (C) Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 18.52. 
Eusehio J. Gomez, (U.,) Key We.'sr, Dec. 29, 1852. 
A. C. Garsia, (C.,) Boston, Oct. 2, 186G. 
Jos(5 A. Qiiintero, (C.,) New Orleans, Oct, 16, 18(56. 
Allan A. Burton, (C.,) Loui.sville, Ky., Dec. 7, 1866. 
Andres Cassard, (C.,) Charleston, S. C, July 18i 

1871. 

DENMARK. 

Henrik Braem, (C.,) New York, Apr. 7, 1873. 
H. Frellsen, (C.,) New Orleans, Nov. 8, 1864. 
r,. OHarra Taaffe, (C.,) San Francisco, Dec. 8, 1864. 

, (Y. C) Saint Louis. 

E. S. Sayres, (Vl C.,) Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 1864. 
J. C.Kondrup, (V. C.,) Washington, D. C, Sept. 27, 

1864. 
E. C. Hammer. (V. C.,) Boston, Sept. 29, 1864. 
T. H. Zanderson, (V. C.,) Galveston, Sept. 22, 1869. 
C. F. J. MiJller, (V. C.,) Milwaukee, Sept. 26, 1870. 
John E. Brown, (Y. C.,) Bath, Me., Oct. 7, 18G4. 
Einil Dreier, (V. C.,) Chicago, Mar. 24, 1868. 
C. M. Hoist, (V. C) Savannah, Oct. 17, 1865. 
Chas. E. Wunderlich, (Y. C.,) Charleston, Mar. 16. 

1866. 
W. Eriehsen, (Y. C.,) Baltimore, .Tan. 22, 1874. 
(Jeo. C. Reid, (Y. C.,) Noilblk, Ya., Feb. 5, 1868. 
R. E. Heide, (Y.C.,) Wihuingtou,N.C.,Sept.26, 1870. 
John Rath, (Y. C ,) Omaha, Neb., Dec. 5, 1870. 
P. M. Qvist, (Y. C) Minnesota, Apr. 10, 1872. 
P. H. Hartmaun, (Y. C.,) Cincinnati, Sept. 17, 1872. 
William McK. Oerting, (Y. C.,) Pensacola, Fla.,Oct. 

11, 1873. 



ECUADOR. 



-, (C.) Bo.ston. 



James H. Causten, (C.,) Washington, D. C, Sept. 
23, 1864. 

, (C.,) New Orleans. 

Jose Jerman Rihon, (C.,) New York, Apr. .5, 1872. 
Edward Shippen, (C.,) Pliiladelphla, Jan. 4, 1873. 

FltANCE. 

L. do Laforest, (C. G.,) New York, June 15, 1871. 
M. J. E. Breuil, (C. G.,) San Francisco, July 1, 1869. 
Adolphc P. Truj', (C.,) Charleston, Dec. 29, 1873. 



France— Continued. 

Count de Montcabrier, (Y. C.,) Baltimore, Oct. 11, 

1872. 
Fernando Moreno, (V. C.,) Key West, Apr. 26, 1867. 
C. A. Ravin d'Elpeux, (Y. C.,) Philadelphia, Dec. 18, 

1873. 
Antoine Labbe,(C.A.,) Portland, Oreg., .Juno8, 1872. 
Joseph A. H. Poitevin, (C. A.,) Mobile, May 14,1867. 
F. Chastent, (C. A.,) Savannali, June 19, 1867. 
Jacob Loeb, 'C. A.,) Wilmington, N.C., June 19,1867. 
Peter Bettelini, (C. A.,) Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 15, 

1870. 
Robert Battier, (C. A.,) Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 11, 

1873. 
Emile Karst, (C. A.,) Saint Louis, Mo., May 6, 1873. 
L A. lasigi, (C. A.,) Bo.ston, July 29, 1873. 
Auguste L. A. Fredin, (C. A.,) Cincinnati, Feb. 21, 

1874. 
Jean Baptists Borelly, (C. A.,) Galveston, Feb. 23, 

1874. 
Jules Berton, (Y. C. A.,) Sacramento, Cal., May 6, 

1873. 
Philippe Machet, (Y. C. A.,) Baton Rouge, La., 

Mar. 31, 1873. 
Nicolas Henry Resch, (Y. C. A.,) Louisville, June 

28, 1873. 
Edmond Carrey, (Y. C. A.,) Chicago, Dec. 18,1873. 

GERMANY. 

Johannes Roesing, (C. G.,) New York, Oct. 24, 1871. 
F. Hinkel, (C.,) New York, Jan. 22, 1874. 
August Feigel, (Y. C.,) New York, Jan. 22, 1874. 
Werner Dresel, (C.,) Baltimore, Oct. 24, 1871. 
CO. Witte, (C) Charleston, Oct. 24, 1871. 
H. Claussenius, (C.,) Chicago, Oct. 24, 1871. 
J. W. Jockusch, (C) Galveston, Oct. 24, 1871. 
Carl T. F. Schwartz, (C.,) Louisville, Oct. 24, 1871. 
L. von Baumback, (C.,) Milwaukee, Oct. 24, 1871. 
Herman D. Cae.sar, (C.,) Jlobile, Jan. 13, 1874. 
Johannes Kruttschuitt, (C.,) New Orleans, Oct. 24, 

1871. 
Carl H.Meyer, (C.,) Philadelphia, Jan. 11, 1872. 
Heinrich Moeser, (C.,) Pittsburgh, Oct. 24, 1871. 
F. W. Hanewinckol, (C.,) Richmond, Oct. 24, 1871. 
C. A. C. Duisenberg, (C.,) San Francisco, Oct. 24, 

1871. 
Jacob Rauers, (C.,) Savannah, Oct. 24, 1871. 
R. Barth, (0.,) Saint Louis, Oct. 24, 1871. 
S. B. Schlesiuger, (C.,) Boston, Jan. 13, 1873. 
F. Willius, (C) Saint Paul, Minn., Oct. 24, 1871. 
Adolph Seinecke, (C.,) Cincinnati, Oct. 24, 1871. 
Carl A. G. Adae, (Y. C.,) Cincinnati, Nov. 29, 1871. 
E. Peschau, (Y. C.,) Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 7, 1871. 
John Jay Philbrick, (Y. C.,) Key West, Dec. 7, 1871. 

GREAT HRITAIN. 

E. M. Archibald, (C. G.,) New York, Feb. 27, 1871. 
John P. Eilwards, ( Y. C.) New York, June 20, 1871. 
Arthur T. Lynn, (C.,) Galveston. June 12, 1850. 
Denis Donohoe, (C.,) Baltimore, Dec. 8, 1871. 
, (Y. C) Baltimore. 

F. J. Cridland, (C.,) Mobile, Feb. 7, 1866. 
Henry P. Walker, (C.) Charleston, Oot. 2, 1865. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
GKEECE— NETHERLANDS. 



41 



I 



GuEAT Britain— Continued. 

"William T. Smitb, (C.,) Savannali, Apr. 11, 1865. 
W. n. Bi-niutt, (V. C) Savauuali, :Mar. SD, 187-2. 
A. de G. de Foublamiue, (C.,) Now Orleans, Dec. 8, 

1871. 

. (V.C.,) New Orleans. 

Charles A. Henderson, (C.,) Boston. Feb. 27, 1871. 
AVillouj;liby H. Stuart, (V. C.,) Boston, Nov. 9, 1872. 

, (C. A.,) Gloucester. 

, (C. A..) Lynn. 

, (0. A..) Marblehead. 

, {C, A.,) Salem. 

Heury J. Murray, (C.,) Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1871. 

, (V. C.) Portland. 

Cbas. E. K. Kortright, (C.,) Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 

1871. 

, (V.C.,) Philadelphia. 

William L. Booker, (C.,) San Francisco, Feb. 27, 

1871. 
Charles Mason, (V. C.,) San Francisco, Cal., May 3, 

1873. 
William Marshall, (Y. C.) Eichmoud, Va., Mar. 13, 

1871. 
John J. Philbrick, (V. C ,) Key West, Apr. 4, 1871. 
Alexander B. Orr, (V.C.,) Buffiilo, N. Y., May 2, 

1871. 
John J. Jamieson, (Y. C.,) Alexandria, Va., Mar. 13, 

1871. 
John F. Cooke, (V. C.,) Saint Louis, Oct. 24, 1871. 
James Warrack, (V. C.,) Chicago, Nov. 27, 1871. 
Robert Knight, (V. C.,) Cincinnati, Mar. 5, 1872. 

, (V. C) Portland, Oreg. 

Edward C. Ashley, (V. C.,) Providence, R. I.. Mar. 

l.i, 1872. 

, (Y. C) Norfolk. 

, (V. C) Wilmington. 

, (V. C) Peusacola. 

, (Y. C) Eastport, Me. 

, (Y. C) Darien. 

. (C A.,)Bruni!wich; Ga. 

GREECE. 

D. N. Botassi, (C. G..) New York, Oct. 23. 1873. 
J. M. Rodocanachi, (C.,) Boston, Dec. 21, 1865. 
Nicholas Benachi, (C.,) New Orleans, Ocd. 25, 18C4. 

GUATEMALA. 

Bartolome Blanco, (C. G.,) New York, Sept. 26, 1864. 
Leslie C. Hanks, (C. G..) -June 15, 1872. 

IIAW.MIAX ISLANDS. 

Samuel U. F. Odell, (C.G.,) New York, Sept. 26, 1864 
H. W. Severance, (C.,) San Francisco, Juno 1.5, 1868. 
Edward M. Brewer, (C.,) Boston, Aug. 31, 1869. 

HAYTI. 

Albert Emerson, (C.,) Bangor, Oct. 6, 1865. 

B. C. Clar'k, (C.,) Boston, Apr. 18, 1870. 

C. A. Van Bokkeleu, (C.,) New York, Feb. 11, 1871. 

HONDURAS. 

E. George S(iuier, (C. G.,) New York, Mar. 22, 1869. 
William V. Wells, (C. G.,) California, Aug. 6, 

1855. 



ITALY. 

Ferdinando de Luca, (C. G.,) New York, Jan. 22, 

1867. 

, (V. C) New York. 

G. B. Cerntri, (C.,) San Franci.sco, Apr. 19, 1864. 
Alonzo Viti, (V. C.,) Philadelphia, Jan. 13, 1864. 
Goffredo Galli, (V. C.) New Orleans, May 10, 1872. 
Nicola Nicholas, (V. C.,) Louisville, Nov. 30, 1864. 
G. A. Sigiiaigo, (Y. C.,) ileniphis. May 5, 1865. 
Daniel von Groning, (Y. C.,) Richmond, May 10, 

186.5. 
Giorgio Aite, (Y. C) Mobile, Mar. 10, 1866. 
Xatale Piazza, (V. C.) Vicksbnrgh, Mar. 10, 1866. 
Gustavo M. Finotti, (C. A.,) Boston Mar. 31, 1868. 
Ernesto de Merolla, (C. A.,) Baltimore, Apr. 18, 1872. 
David Tandy, (0. A.,) Sai7it Louis, Sept. 17, 18G6. 
Adalbert C. Daisy, (C. A.,) Cincinnati, Oct. 'J, 1868. 
Giovanni L. Cella, (O. A.,) Chicago, July G, 1878. 

JAPAN. 

Tetsnoske Tomita, (V.C.,) New York, Apr. 26, 1873. 
Samro Takaki, (V. C.,) San Francisco, Jan. 30, 1874. 

MEXICO. 

Juan N. Navarro, (C. G. ad int.,) New York, Sept. 

28, 1864. 
Manuel M. Morales, (C.,) San Antonio, Nov. 10, 1873. 
C. Manuel Trevino, (C.,) Brownsville, Tex., Feb. 

14, 1867. 
Manuel Azpiroz, (C.,) San Francisco, May 17, 1873. 
Ignacio Alvarado, (Y. C.,) San Francisco, Dec. 11, 

1873. 

, (C.,) New Orleans. 

Ignacio Escndero, (C) Tucson, Nov. 10, 1873. 
Mariano Samauiego, (V. C.,) Franklin, Tex., March 

25, 1871. 
Jaime N. Moreno, (Y. C.,) Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 15, 

1874. 
C. Francisco Gonzalez, (Y. C.,) Galveston, Sept. 26, 

1860. 

MONACO, PRINCIPALITY OF. 
Auguste Antoine Jacquemiu, (C) New Yorlc, 



Sept. 24, 1872. 



NETHERLANDS. 



Rudolph C. Burlage, (C. G.,) New York, July 20, 

1855. 
J.E. Zimmerman, (V. C. G.,) New York, May 17, 

1860. 
Myer ilyers, (C.,) Norfolk, Dec. (i, 183.5. 
Jan Jacoli Van Wauroy, (C.,) Mobile, Jan. 4, 1849. 
Ained6e Conturio, (C.,) New Orleans, Mar. 17, 1855. 
Claas Yocke, (C.,) Baltimore, June 28, 1856. 
P. II. Hartinann, (C.,) Cincinnati, Jan. 2, 1873. 
J. P. Y. Dorsclen, (C.) Chicago, Apr. 13, 1870. 
J. de Freniery, (C.,) San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1862. 
B. B. riaagsma, (C.,) Saint Louis, Apr. 13, 1870. 
G. Lootz, (C) Boston, March 24, 1868. 
Cha.s. E.\Vunderllch,(C. )Charleston, Sept. 17, 1866. 
L. Wesfcergaard, (C.,) Philadelphia, Sej)!. 17, 1866. 
H. Portman, (C.,) Galveston, May 8, lrt72. 
O. OHara, (V. C.) Key West, Apr. 7, 1840. 
Nicholaua Anslyu, (V. C.,) Keokuk, Dec. 28, 1857. 



42 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
NICARAGUA— SAVEDEN AND NORAVAT. 



IfETlIEIU.i^NDS— Coiltillllfcl. 

Carl E])pincr, (V. C.) Savannah, Aug. 30, 1859. 
AltVed Scliucking, (V. C.) "Washiugton, D. C, Mai-. 
14, 18C3. 

NICAKAGUA. 

Alexaii(lerCotheal,(C.G.,)XewY()ilsNov. 29, 18T1. 
Francisco Heriera, (C. G.,) Sau Francisco, Feb. 10, 

1870. 
Ba.sil Wagner, (C.,) Baltimore, July 18, 1870. 
Emilio Beylle, (C.,) New Orleans, Aug. 5, 1871. 
JoijeOyaizabaly Biicflli, (C ,)Boaton, .Jiily26, 1870. 
Justo Espriella, (C.,) Now York, Jan. 27, 1872. 
Jo86 A. Godoy, (C.) Sau Francisco, June 8, 1807. 
Henry C. Dallett, (C.,) Pliiladelphia, Aug. 25, 1870. 
W. P. Hall, (C) Charleston, Sept. 9, 1870. 

OKAXCE FREE STATE. 

Charles W. Itiley, (C. G.,)Philadelphia, July 22, 1873. 

PARAGUAY. 

Rafael K.Baithohl, (C.G.,) New York, Dec. 11, 1872. 
PERU. 

F. de la Fuenle y Subirat, (C. G.,) San Francisco, 

Oct. 26, 1870. 
Jos6 CarL .s Tracy, (C.,) New York, Dec. 30, 18(13. 
Allan A. Burton, (C) Lancaster, Ky., Apr. 20, 1808. 
"Washington Booth, (C.,) Baltimore, June 17, 1873. 

rORTUGAIj. 

A. M. daC. S. Maior, (C.G.,) NewTorlj,Oct.l2, 1864. 
Gustavo Amsinck, (V. C.,) New York, May 17,1870. 
Francis Berton, (C.,) Sau Francisco, July 1.5, 1869. 
Henrique Laidley, (V. C.) San Fi-aucisco, Nov. 18, 

18V0. 
E. S. Sayres, (V. C.) Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 1864. 
Robert Lehr, (V. C.,) Baltimoie, Sept. 23, 1864. 
Joao P. d'Abieu, (V. C.,) Siuingtield, 111., Oct. 2, 

1»68. 
Thos. J. Stewart, {V. C.,) Bangor, Sept. 29, 1804. 
John F. Tucker, (V. C.,) New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 

2, 18C8. 
Antonio J. da Silva, (V. C.,) New Orleans, Nov. 19, 

1S64. 
Nathaniel Burru.'^s, (V. C.,) Norfolk, Dec. 21, 1865. 
Wm. W. Harris, (V. C.,) New London, Conn , July 

20, 1866. 
Henry H. Woodbridge, (V. C.,) Savannah, Oct. 4, 

1870. 
Clemens Clacius, (V. C) Cliarlestou, Oct 4,1870. 
Wm. Lord de Rosset, (V. C.,) Wilmington, N. C, 

Mar. 30, 1868. 
V. M. Byrnes, (V. C.,1 Mobile, Aug. 14, 1872. 
Joao Jacintho Rebello,(V. C.,) Boston, Feb. 26, 1874. 

RUSSIA. 

Waldemar Bodisco,'C. G..) New York, July 17, 1871. 
Robert Scluilt/.e, (V. C.,) New York, Sept. 24, 1864. 
J. R. Wilder, (T. C.,) Savannah, Jan. 16, 1846. 
W. B. Storcr, (V. C.,) Boston, Apr. 6, 1871. 
Augustus Kohler, (V. C ,) Baltimore, Oct. 25, 1864. 
Ferdinand Wolif, (V. C.,) Galveston, Dec. 20, 1866. 



Russia— Continued. 

M. Klinkowstrwm. (V. C.,) San Francisco, Nov. 16, 

1864. 
Henry Pr6ant, (V. C.) Philadelphia, Dec. 22, 1863. 
Johann F. Schroder, (V. C.,) New Orleans, Feb- 

10, 1865. 
A. L Klelnbach, (V. C.,) Mobile, July 24, 1867. 

SALVADOR. 

Jo.se J. Ribon, (C. G.,) New York, Nov. 1, 1869. 
J. M.Alvarez, (C.,) San Francisco, May 20, 1873. 

SI'AIX. 

Ricardo Palomino, (C) Philadelphia, Jan. 22, 1870. 
Jolian A. Principe y Satorres, ( Y. C.,)Philadeliihia. 

Nov. 10, 1869. 

, (C.,) Baltimore. 

Candido Rafart, (V. C.,) Baltimore, May 10, 1870. 
Miguel Suarez Guanes, (C.,) Boston, Feb. 18, 1874. 

, (Y.C.,) Boston. 

Carlos Pie, ((;.,) Now Orleans, Feb. 1, 1809. 
Ernesto Merle y Alos, (V. C.,) New Orleans, May 

10, 1870. 
H. de Uriarte, (C.,) New York, Oct. 26, 1870. 
Federico Granados, (Y. C.,) New York, Apr. 18, 

1871. 
D. Robertson, (V. C.) Norfolk, Mar. 18, 1853. 
Robert H. Betts, (V. C.,) Saint Louis. Oct. 15, 1864. 
Robert 0. Troadwell, (Y.C.,) Portsmouth, N. H., 

Feb. 2, 1861. 
Caniilo Martin, (V. C.,) San Francisco, Nov. 23, 18d4. 
Tomas Lozano, (C.,) Portland, Me., May 6, 1870. 

, (V. C) Portland. 

C. L. le Barron, (Y. C.,) Pensacola, May 25, 1806. 

, (C) Key West. 

Juan do Almiuana Martin, (Y. C.,) Charleston, 

June 23, 1873. 
Francisco J. R. Gutierrez, (Y. C.,) Savannah, Aug. 

27, 1873. 

, (V. C.) GUveston. 

, (Y. C ,) Mobile. 

SAX DO.MIXGO. 

David A. de Lima, (C.,) New York, Deo. 23, 1870. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 

0. Eiir.s, (C) New York, July 26, 1871. 

G. O'Harra Taaffe, (C.,) Sau Francisco, May 13 

1873. 
L R. Edwards, (Y. C.,) Mobile, Sept. 18, 1873. 
P. Savanoe, (V. C) Chicago, Oct. 24, 1871. 
L. Westergaard, (V. C.,) Philadelphia, Feb. 13, 1874. 
H. Sahlgaard, (Y. C.,) Saint Paul, Minn., Oct. 24, 

1871. 
C. 0. Witte, (V. C) Charleston, Mar. 27, 1865. 
C. L. Ludwig, (V. C ,) Riclimond, May 3, 1870. 
W. M. Perkin.s, (V. C.,) New Oileans, Oct. 13, 1866. 
C. M. Hoist, (V. C) Savannah, July 18, 1865. 
H. Steeusland, (V. C.,) Madison, Wis., Nov. 7, 1872. 
GJert Lootz, (Y. C.,) Boston, Mar. 31, 1868. 
S. Palm, (Y. C) Au.stiu, Tex., Oct. 12, 1866. 
C. ScliwarzK-opf. (Y. C.,) Norf,dk, Oct. 13, 1866. 
J. A. Solbcrg, ( Y. C.,) Baltimore, Jan. 17, 1874. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IX THE UNITED STATES. 43 

SWITZERLAND— VENEZUELA. 



Sweden and Noiiway — Contiuued. 
MagQUS Liudberg, (V. C.,) Portlaud, Me., Jau. 17, 

1674. 
G. T. Loinmen, ( Y. C.,) Decorali, Iowa, Feb. 23, 1SU7. 
JuliiLS Painaie, (V. C.,) Galveston, June 23, 1873. 
P. H. nartraanii, (V. C.,) Cincinnati, Sept. 30, 1S72. 
Joseph Bnuischwiler, (Y. C.,) Meuipbi.s, Jau. 22' 

1873. 
Henry Hewott, (Y. C.,) Portland, Oreg., May 4. 

1872. 
C. F. Boy.sen, (Y. U.,) Pensacola, Juno 12, 1867. 
Carl Moller, (V. C.,) Leavenworth, Kau.s, May 23, 

1871. 
Carl T. Pagelson, (V.C.,) Grand Haven, Mich., May 

23,1871. 
N. N. Yind(ivist, (Y. C.,) Omaha, Nebr., Oct. 10, 

1871. 
C. Eppiug, (Y. C) Darien, Ga, June 5, 18(59. 
John Jay Philbrick, (V. C.,) Key West, Sept. 19, 

1871. 
K. E. Heide, (Y. C.,) Wilmington, N. C.,Jan. 18, 

1871. 

SWITZEIILAXD. 

John Hitz, (C. G.,) Washington, D. C, Sept. 23, 

18C4. 
Jacijiies r>ertsohmann, (C.,) New Torlc, Jan. 2, 1874. 
Adrian Iselin, ( Y. C.,) New York, Jan. 30, 1854. 
Xavier Weissonbauh, (C.,) New Orleans, Apr. 0, 

1870. 
Henry Ptosenberg, (C.,) Galveston, Sept. 27, 1869. 
K. Koradi, (C.,) Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1864. 
P. J. Wildberger, (Y. C.,) Philadelphia, Sept. 23, 

]8ii4. 
C. F. Mathey, (C.,) Saint Louis, Feb. 19, 1868. 
David C. Jaccard, (Y. C.,) Saint Lewis, Apr. 21, 

1868. 
Henri Enderi.s, (C.,) Chicago, Dec. 19, 1864. 



Switzerland— Continued. 

Louis Boerlin, ( Y. C.,) Chicago, Sept. 25, 1865. 
Henri Meyer, (C.,) Charleston. Apr. 11, 1865. 
Francois Berton, (C..) San Francisco, Sept. 11,1867 
Antoine Borel, (Y. C.,) San Francisco, Feb. 19, 1868. 
Jacques Ritschie, (C.,) Cincinnati, July 9,1866. 
Ca.spcr Ritschie, (Y. C.,) Cincinnati. Sept. 27, 1869. 
Peter titauh, {0. A.,) Kiioxville, Sept. 27, 1869. 

TUltKEY. 

J. lasigi, (C.,) Boston, Nov. 24, 1864. 
Oscar lasigi, (Y. C.,) Boston? Nov. 17, 1871. 
Jolin M. Huger, (C.,) New Orleans, Feb. 6, 1872. 
Geoi-ge W. Gibbs, (C.,) San Francisco, Oct. 9, 1868. 
William E. Doggett, (C) Chicago, Apr. 10, 1869. 

UUUCUAY. 

Edwin C. B. Garsia, (C. G.,) New York, May 20, 

1808. 
Carlos E. Leland, (C.,) New York, Oct. 31, 1872. 
Alphon.se D. Yaleutiu, (Y. C.,) New York, Dec. 31, 

1869. 
Andres Spring, (('.,) Portland, Mo., Sept. 21, 1871. 
T. P. Harailfon, (C.,) San Francisco, Sept. 6, 1851. 
Prudencio Murguiondo, (C.,) Baltimore, Sept. 27, 

1864. 
A. F. Yalls, ( Y. C.,) New Orleans, Apr. 5, 1858. 
H. R. Synions, (Y. C.,) Savannah, June 3, 1871. 
C. J. Mansony, (Y. C.,) Mobile, Apr. 1, 1836. 
G. L. Lowden, (Y. C.,) Charleston, Jan. 20, 1840. 
Stephen A. Moreno, (Y. C.,) Pensacola, Apr. 18 

1873. 
F. A. Stokes, (Y. C.) Galveston, Oct. 30, 1850. 
Charles Soiile,jr., (Y. C.,) Boston and Salem, Sept. 

24, 1864. 

VEXEZLEI.A. 

Hermann Pv. Tany, (C) New York, Oct. 31, li573. 
Antonio A. Munoz, (Y. C.,) New Y'ork, Feb. 3, 1874. 
Leon de la Cova, (C.,) Philadelphia, Sept. 27, 1869. 



XV.— lilST «F I*APER*J t"OXt;ESt?fIXCi FOatKICi^T RF.IT.ATIOXS, H'ESBX'TEB* !?Y 

tiiii'.ss, x^n i>rKEX« the ist ses«i<i»' «>f tise 43a c«>:x«iBiESS, i'rjok 

TO :?I.4Rt;iI 1, 1874. 




Slave-trade. 



Centonn'l Com- 
mission. 



SENATE. 

Forty-second Congress, third session. 

Report in regard to the existence of the slave- 
trade upon the coast of Africa, and the action 
taken by Great Britain or other countries for 
its suppression. 

Memorial of the United States Centennial Com- 
mission, appointed under act of Congress ap- 
proved March 3, 1872, praying for assistance. 



1872. 
Dec. 9 



Ex. Doc. No. 10 



Dec. 11 Mis. Doc. No. 15 



44 



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Subject. 


-a 
o 

QO 

u 

o 

1 


Number and char- 
acter of docu- 
ment. 


si 
= i 

1- 5 
- .3 




Sexate— Continued. 










Forty-second Congress, third session. 


1873. 






Brazil. 


Memnrin! of tbe Uuited States and Brazil Mail 
SteauLsbip Company, a.skinf; an increase of mail- 
service between New York and Rio de Janeiro. 


Jan. 7 


Mis. Doc. No. 24 


3 


Austria. 


Memorial of the governors of tbe New England 
States, asking an approi)riation to defray tbe ex- 
penses of tbe .American department of tbe inter- 
national exbibitiou in Vienna in 1873. 


Jan. 9 


Mis. Doc. No. 32. 


2 


Cbina. 


Eesohition of tbe American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, in favor of devoting 
the Chinese indemnity fund to tbo uses of edu- 
cation and science in China. 


Jan. 3n 


Mis. Doc. No. 4!). 


1 


Fiauce. 


Correspondence between the United States lega- 
tion at Paris and tbe French government rela- 
tive to duties imposed in France upon agricul- 
tural iniidements manufactured in the United 
States. 


Feb. 4 


Mis. Doc. No. 55. 


2 


Great Britain. 


Memorial of the underwriters of the city of Bal- 
timore, remonstrating against being excluded 
from a participation in the damages awarded 
by the tribunal of arbitration at Geneva, under 
the treaty of May 8, 1871. 


Feb. 18 


Mis. Doc. No. 78. 


6 


Department of 


Concerning the increase of the salaries of tbe 


Feb. 27 


Mis. Doc. No. 92. 


1 


State. 


Assistant Secretaries of State and tlio examiner 
of claims in the Department of State. 








Tranco. 


Discriuiinating differential duties iinpo.sed on mer- 
chandise imported into the United States in 


Jan. 21 


Report No. 310. 


2 


« 


French sliips from ports other than those of 
France. 








Wm. n. Vesey. 


Kelating to the memorial of "William H. Vesey, 
praying relief from a certain loss sustained by 
him while consul at Havre, France. 

HOUSE OF KEI'UESENTATIVES. 


Feb. 7 


Report No. 402. 


2 




Forty-second Congress, third session. 


1872. 


Ex. Doc. No. 1 : 




!Forei<;n r c 1 a - 


^Iisc(>llaneous papers accompanying the Presi- 


Dec. 2 


Part 1. 


732 


tiona. 


dent's annual mes.sage. 










Geneva arbitration. Containing tbo remainder 




Part 2. 


557 




of tbe papers accompanying the counter ease of 










the United States; counter case of Her Britan- 










nic Majesty's government; instructions to the 








1 


agent and counsel of tlie United States, and pro- 










ceedings at (Jeneva in December, 1H71, and April, 










1872 ; corres])ondence respecting tbe Geneva ar- 










bitration anil llic proposed supplemental at tide 










to the treaty ; and declarations of Sir Staflord 










Northcoto at Exeter. 









PRINTED BY ORDER OF CQNGRESS. 



45 




Foipisn rola- 
tioua — Cont'd. 



Protection o f 
American 
.seamen. 

Department of 
State. 

Contingent ex- 
pen.se.s. 



France and 
Prussia. 



Consular foes. 



House of Kia-UESENTATivus— Continued. 
Forty-second Congress, third session. 

Geneva arbitration. Containing the arf^ument of 
the United States; argument of Her Britannic 
Majesty's government; and supplementary 
statements or arguments made by the respective 
agents or counsel. 

Geneva arbitration. Containing the report of the 
agent of the United States ; protocols of the con- 
ferences ; decision and award of the tribunal ; 
opinions of the arbitrators ; reply of the Secre- 
tarj- of State, acknowledging the receipt of the 
report of the agent of the United States, and 
commenting upon the opinion of the arbitrator 
appointed by Her Britannic Majesty; report of 
the counsel of the United States; and opinions 
of statestnen, magazines, and journals of Great 
Britain and the continent on the construction of 
the treatj-. 

Berlin arbitration. Containing the memorial of 
the United States on the Canal De Ilaro as its 
boundary -line ; case of the government of H- r 
Britannic Majesty ; reply of the United States 
theieto; second and definitive staten;ent of the 
government of Her Britannic Majesty ; and cor- 
respondence. 

Report of the president of the United States Cen- 
tennial Commission. 

Abstract of returns made to the Department of 
State by collectors of customs concerning the 
relief and protection of American seamen. 

Transmitting an inventory of pul)lic property 
under the charge of the Secretary of State. 

Statements of disbur-sements of th(^ contingent 
fund of the Department of Stati>, and balances 
of appropriations remaining on hand. 

Submitting a statement showing the additional 
amounts expended at the legation at Paris, and 
for increased expenses, &c., for extraordinary 
services of the several consular officers in Franco 
and Algeria by reason of the late war between 
France and Prussia. 

Report of consular fees received for the year end- 
ing December 31, 1871. 



18-S. 
Dec. 



Ex. Doc. No. 1 : 
Part 3. 



Part 4. 



C53 



G04 



Nov. 23 



Dec. 



Dec. 2 



Dec. 2 



Dec. 



Part 5. 



271 



Dec. 



Part 7. 



Ex. Doc. No. C. 



Ex. Doc. No. 7. 



Ex. Doc. No. 22. 



Ex. Doc. No. 24. 



10 



14 



Ex. Doc. No. 25. 



15 



46 



PAPERS CONCERNING FOREIGN RELATIONS 




DcpreiLition s 
on tlio Texas 
frontier. 

Department of 
State. 



New State, 
"VTar. and 
X a V y D e- 
partnients. 



Austria. 



China. 



Commercial re- 
lations. 



Civil service. 



Kussia. 



Great Britain. 



Austria. 



House of IIepuesentatives— Continued. 

Forty-second Congress, third session. 

Message and report of the conimissinners ap- 
pointed to inquire into depredations on the 
frontier of the State of Texas. 

Report giving tlio names of the clerks and other 
employes in the Department of State during the 
year 1872. 

Transmitting a report of the supervising architect 
relative to tlie progress of the work on the new 
State, War, and Navy Departments, and recom- 
mending- an appropriation for the completion of 
the same. 

Vienna Exhihition. Letter from the Secretary of 
the Interior relative to an appropriation for pre- 
paring a map of the United States for the Amer- 
ican department of the Vienna Exhibition, upon 
a large scale, with a map of Western Europe. 

Transmitting a dispatch from the United States 
consul at Hong-Kong, showing the necessity of 
better banking facilities between the United 
States and the East. 

Report on the commercial relations of the United 
States and foreign nations for tlie year ending 
September 30. 187-2. 

Report relative to the appointment of chirks in the 
Department of State during the year 187i under 
the operations of the civil-service regulations. 

Report transmitting the correspondence with ref- 
erence to the case and claim of Hernhard Bern- 
stein, a naturalized citizen of the United States, 
against Russia. 

Message recommending the necessary legislation 
to bring into opei'ation the articles of the treaty 
between the United States and Great Britain of 
May 8, 1871, relative to the lisheries and other 
matters touching the relations of the United 
States toward the British North American pos- 
sessions. 

Submitting a copy of a dispatch from Mr Jay, 
minister of the United States at Vienna, of 
August 27, 1872. relating to the Universal Exhi- 
bition to be held there in the year 1873. 



1872. 
Dec. 10 



1873. 
Jan. 6 



Jan. 14 



Jan. 25 



Jan. 25 



Jan. 27 



Feb. 8 



Feb. 24 



1872. 
Dec. 3 



Ex. Doc. No. 39. 



Ex. Doc. No. 70. 



Ex. Doe. No. 94. 



Ex. Doc. No. 140. 



Ex.Doc. No. 159. 



Ex.Doc. No. 160. 



Ex. Doc. No. IGl. 



Ex. Doc. No. 197 



Ex. Doc. No. 21G. 



Mis. Doc. No. C. 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF CONGRESS. 



47 



Subject. 



Austria. 



Centonn'lCom- 
missioD. 



Great Britain. 



France. 



Austria. 



Indigent Amer- 
can3 in for- 
eign states. 

Diplomatic and 
con.sular sys- 
tem. 



Japan. 



Groat Britain. 



Cliina. 

China and Ja- 
pan. 

Great Britain. 



Hou.SE OF Kki'uksentatives — Continued. 

Forty-second Congress, third session. 

Submitting a letter from General Tlionias B. Van 
Buren, the commissioner on the part of the 
United States to the Universal Exhibition to be 
held in Vienna in the year 1873, recommending 
that two United States vessels be iilaced at his 
disposal at the proper time for the transporta- 
tion of American articles intended for said ex- 
hibition. 

Memorial of the Centennial Commission asking 
aid of Congress to carry into efT(-ct tlie i)ropnse(l 
National Centennial E.-cpositiou in the jear 1876. 

Concerning an appropriation for the completion 
of tlie survey in charge of tlie northern bound- 
ary commission. 

Petition of merchants of Boston in relation to 
claims of citizens of the United States for in- 
juries and depredations committed by French 
vessehs on .\merican commerce during the Eu- 
ropean war of 1793 to 1801. 

Vienna Exhibition. Resolutions of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Burlington, Vt., asking an 
appropriation from Congress in aid of tlie same. 

Transmitting memorandum of cases of destitute 
American citizens reported witliin the last few 
years by the consul at Turk's Island, Havana, 
Xantes, Sj'dney, Martinique, and Liverpool. 

Repiirtof the Secretary of State in relation to the 
re-organization of the diplomatic and consular 
system of the United States. 

Petition for the restoration to .Japan of tlie unex- 
pended balance of tlie Japanese indemnity fund. 

Repoit showing the neces.sity of an appr()])riation 
for tlie purposes of the northern boundary com- 
mission. 

Chinese laborers. Petition of citizens of Beaver 
County, Pennsylvania, relative to same. 

Concerning the growtli, culture, and preiiaration 
of tea in China and Japan. 

Resolutions of the Philadelphia Board of Trade 
relative to Geneva awards for damages growing 
out of the depredations by rebel cruisers. 




1872. 
Dec. 3 



Dec. 11 



Dec. 12 



1873. 
Jan. 6 



Jan. 



Jan. 18 



1872. 
Dec. 19 



1873. 
Jan. 27 

Jan. G 

Feb. 3 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 22 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 7. 



Mis. Doc. Xo. 15. 



Mis. Doc. No. 20. 



Mis. Doc. No. 3J. 



Mis. Doc. No. 34. 
Mis Doc. No. GO. 

Mis. Doc. No. Gl 

Mis. Doc. No. 74. 
Mis. Doc. No. 7.'i. 

Mis. Doc. No. 81. 
Mis. Doc. No. 96, 
Mis. Doc. No. 97 



48 



PAPERS CONCERNING FOREIGN RELATIONS 



Centenn'l Com- 
mission. 

Veneznola. 
Geo. S. Fisher. 



Turliey. 



Great Britain. 

Great Britain. 
Great Britain. 

Department of 
State. 



Austria. 



"Win. H. Ycsoy. 



Eufus Mead. 



Subject. 



p. o 



1« 



House of Kki'kksentatives— Continiieil. 

Forty-second Congress, third sessioti 

Keport of the Center ial Coniniission relative to 
tlie International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 
the year 187G. 

Relating to the claims of sundry parties against 
the republic of Venezuela .idjudicatcd under the 
convention of April 2fi, 1866. 

Relating to the claim of George S. Fisher, late 
United States consul at Kanagawa, Japan, for 
re-iuibursement of fuiids expended by him for 
the construction of a consulate building at that 
place. 

Concerning the prayer of Mrs. Mary A. P. Brown 
for relief in consideration of the remarkable 
services rendered to the Government of the 
United States by her late husband, John P. 
Brown, in a diijlomatio and cou:3ular capacity 
in Turkey. 

Relating to the distribution to claimants of the 
award of the tribunal of arbitration .it Geneva, 
under the treaty between the United States and 
Great Britain of May 8, 1871. 

Same subject as above, continued, (minority report) 

Same subject as above, as reported by the Com- 
mittee on Foreign Affairs. 

In answer to House, resolution of December 1-2, 
1871, relative to the expenditures of the Depart- 
ment of State; the claims satisfled and dis- 
charged by the Department; security of the 
Government from unjust demands; retrench- 
ment; existing abuses in enforcing payment of 
moneys due the Government from defaulters 
and others ; useless and unnecessai-y offices. 

SENATE. 

Forftj-third Congress, first session. 

Pntent congress at Yicuna. Report of J. M. 
Thachor concerning international protection of 
patents. 

Report of the Committee on Claim.'! on the memo- 
ri.al of "William H. "\'"esey, praying for relief on 
account of a certain loss .sustained by him while 
United States consul at Havre, Friince. 

Adverse report on the petition of Rufns ^fead for 
compens.ation as United States charge d'affaires 
in Nicarauga during the absence of Minister 
Riotti. 



1873. 
Feb. 21 



Mis. Doc. No. 99. 



1872. 
Dec. 16 Report Xo. 4. 



1873. 
Jan. 9 



Jan. 21 



Jan. 27 



Feb. 3 



Feb. 1 



Mar. 3 



1874. 
Feb. 17 



Jan, 14 



Feb. 9 



Report No. 9. 



Report No. 40. 



Report No. 47. 



Report No. 47 : 

Part 2. 
Report No. 5i?. 

Report No. 88. 



Ex. Doc. No. 27 



Report No. 14. 



Report No. 79. 






^ -3 

E a 



217 



21 



45 



20 



PEINTEU BY ORDER OF CONGRESS. 



49 




Foreign rela- 
tions. 



Contingent ex- 
penses. 

Consular fees. 



OflBcial postage- 
stamps. 



Department of 
State. 



Spain. 



Protection of 
American sea- 
men. 

Department of 
State. 



Kstimates of 
appropriations. 

Franking piiv- 
ileire. 



HOUSE OF REriJESEXTATlVES. 

Forty-third Congress, first session. 

General correspondence, and papers relating to 
naturalization and expatriation. 

Report of the agent of the United States before 
the American and British Joint Claims Com- 
mission, under the Xllth article of the treaty 
between the United States and Great Britain, 
of May 8, 1871. 

Statements of disbursements of the contingent fund 
of the Department of State, and balances of ap- 
propriations remaining on hand. 

Report of consular fees received for the year end- 
ing December 31, 1872 ; the rate or tariff of fees 
prescribed by law, and a list of all consular offi- 
cers in office on the iiStli of September, 1872. 

Commnnicating, in obedience to the resolution of 
the Senate, the number of officers and employ6s 
in or connected with the Department of State 
who have been furnished with official postage- 
stamps. 

Transmitting an inventory of public property 
under the charge of the Secretary of State. 

Submitting the documents and correspondence 
relating to the capture of the steamer Virgin- 
ius, to the execution of a part of her passen- 
gers and crew, and to the restoration of the 
vessel and of the survivors ; alluded to in the 
President's annual message to Congress. 

Report, in compliance with the act of March 2, 
1799, relative to the relief and protection of 
American seamen. 

Report giving the names oi the clerks and other 
omployf's in the Department of State during 
the year 1873. 

Revision of the estimate for the expenses of the 
Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

187.'}. 

Transmitting a statement of expenses incurred by 
the Department of State in consequence of the 
abolition of the franking privilege. 



1873. 
Dec. 1 



Dec. 



Dec. 2 



1874. 
.Tan. 6 



1873. 
Dec. 2 



1874. 
Jan. 5 



1873. 
Dec. 11 



1874. 
Jan. 5 



Jan. 7 



Ex. Doc. ^To. 1 
Part 1. 
Part 2. 
Part 3. 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 7 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 8 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 9 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 11 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 30 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 34 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 3.5 



Ex. Doc. Xo. 30 



Jan. ,5 Ex. Doc Xo. 48 



710 
1442 



12 



30 



211 



39 



50 



PAPERS CONCERNING FOREIGN RELATIONS, ETC. 



E. F. Farrell. 



Wlient trade. 



Imiuisriitioii. 



Subuiaiine tel- 
egraph. 

Pale.stinc. 



Portugal. 



Henry Savage. 



Jaiues De Long. 



Alex. Thomson 



James Kea. 



Jos. Montanari. 



Stibject. 



House of Rupueskntatives — Contiuued. 

Forty-third Congress, first secsion. 

Letter of the Secretary of State, and accompany- 
ing papers, relating to charges preferred against 
E. F. Farrell, late United States consul at Cadiz, 
Spain. 

Letters from the Secretary of State and the Com- 
missioner of Agriculture relative to the wheat 
trade in Europe and America. 

Letters from the Secretaries of State and the 
Treasury, recommending that hereafter the 
Secretary of the Treasury, instead of tlie Sec- 
retary of State, be required to make the annual 
report to Congress on immigration. 

Statement of facts concerning submarine cable 
telegraph companies. 

Eelatiug to the proposed detail of Army officers of 
the United States for the survey and exploration 
of Palestine on the east side of the Jordan. 

Concerning the establishment of a United States 
consulate at Saint Michael, Azores. 

Petition of Henry Savage for compensation for 
services rendered and expenses incurred by him 
as acting charge d'affaires of the United States 
in Guatemala. 

Eeport of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on 
the petition of James De Long for re-imburse- 
ment of the sum expended by him while consul 
at Anx Cays, Hayti, for relief of destitute colo- 
nists of freedmeu, and for additional salary. 

Adverse report upon petition of Alex. Thomson, 
late United States consul at Maranham, Brazil, 
for loss by exchange and interest. 

Memorial of James Eea, late United States consul, 
Belfast, praying relief from losses sustained in 
the discharge of his official duties. 

Report concerning the memorial of Jos. Montanari, 
praying for compensation for services as United 
States vice-consul at Port Mahon. 



o 
■♦-> 



1874. 
Feb. 6 



Jan. 8 



Jan. 19 



Feb. 9 



Feb. 



Jan. 23 



Jan. 30 



Jan. 30 



Feb. 13 



Feb. 13 



Feb. 27 



-a o 



cj o 






Ex. Doc. No. 114 



Mis. Doc. No. 61 



Mis. Doc. No. 76 



Mi&.Doc. No.113, 



Mis. Doc. No. iorf 



Report No. 29. 



Report No. GO. 



Eeport No. G2. 



Report No. lOf 



Eeport No. 109. 



Eeport No. 192. 



PART II.-HLSTORICAL REGISTER. 



The Conlineutal Congress, organized on the 5th of September, 1774, adopted an address to the King of 
Great Britain on the 25th of the following Octoljer, and resolved that it "be enclosed in a letter to the 
several colony agents, in order that the same may be by them presented to His Majesty." The lettei- 
was signed by "HENRY MIDDLETON, President," "by order and on behalf of the Congress," and 
was addressed to " PAUL WENT WORTH, Esq. ; Doctr. BENJ. FRANKLIN ; WILLIAM BOLLEN, 
Esq. ; Doctr. "ARTHUR LEE ; THOMAS LIFE, Esq. ; CHARLES GARTH, Esq," In it was said : 
" We commit the enclosed Paper to your care. We desire you will deliver the Petition into the 
" Hands of his Majesty, and after it has been presented we wish it may be made public through the 
" Press, together with the List of Grievancos." Dr. FRANKLIN, Mr. BOLLEN, and Mr. LEE alone 
acted under these instructions. They carried the petition to Lord DARTMOUTH, by whom it was laid 
before the King. The following pages exhibit the succession of persons charged witli the care of the 
foreign relations of the country and of diplomatic representatives or agents to or from the United 
States during the century which has followed that mission from the United Colonies to King George III 

Department of State, March 1, 1874. 



PART II.-HISTORICAL REGISTER. 



XVI.— LIST or PERSONS EI.EC'TEI> TO BE SECRETARY OF FOREIGN AF- 
FAIRS IXDER THE CONFEDERATION. 

Robert R. Livingston, of New York : 

Took the oath of office October 20, 1781 ; resigned June, 1783. 

Elias Boudinot, of New Jersey : 

President of Congress, and as such officially Secretary ad interim from the resignation of Mr. Liv- 
ingston iu June, 1783, until the dissolution of Congress. 

Thomas Mifflin, of Penn8.ylvania : 

On the organization of a new Congress, was elected to be its President November 3, 1783, and as 
such acted as ad interim Secretary until December 21, 1784. 

John Jay, of New York : 

Chosen bj- Congress to be Secretary for Foreign Affairs May 7, 1784 ; qualified December 21, 1784 
served till March 4, 1789, under the confederation. On the organization of the Government 
under the Constitution, he continued in charge of the foreign relations of the nation, at the re- 
quest of President Washington, until March 21, 1790, having meanwhile (September 26, 1789) 
been appointed Chief Justice of the United States. 



XVII.— L,IST OF PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN APPOINTED TO BE SECRE- 

RETARY OF STATE.* 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia : 

The act for " establishing an Executive Department, to be denominated the Department of For- 
eign Affairs," was approved July 27, 1789. (1 Statutes at Large, 28.) The '' act to provide for 
the safe-keeping of the acts and records and seal of the United States," which was approved 
September 15, 1789, (1 Statutes at Large, page 68,) changed the name of the Department to that 
of "Department of State," and provided that the principal officer should be called " Secretary of 
State." Mr. JEFFEKSON was commissioned Secretary of State September 26, 1789, and entered 
upon the duties of the office in New York March 21, 1790. He resigned December 31, 1793. 

Edmund Randolph, of Virginia : 

Commissioned by President Washington January 2, 1794 ; resigned August 19, 1795. The office 
was tendered by President Washington to Judge PATTERSON, to THOMAS JOHNSON, of 
Maryland, to CHAELES COTESWORTH PINCKNEY, of South Carolina, to RUFUS KING, 
of New York, and to PATRICK HENRY, of Virginia; Col. TIMOTHY PICKERING, the 
Secretary of War, meanwhile performing the duties of the office as Acting Secretary. 

Timothy Pickering, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned by President Wa.shington December 10,1795; continued to act under President 
John Adams; invited by President Adams to resign May 10, 1800; refused to resign May 11, 
1800 ; was "discharged from any further service as Secretary of State" May 12, J800. 

* By the 8th section of the act approved May 8, 1792, (1 Statutes at Large, page 281,) it was provided 
that in case of tlic death, ab.sence from the Government, or sickness of the Secretary of State, the Presi- 
dent might authorize any person to perform the duties of the office until the appointment of a successor 
or until the absence or inability should cease. This table sluiws how often and when the President has 
made temporary appointments under this statute to fill vacancies hapjjenins by the deiitli or resignation 
of Secretaries. It is proper to add that the President has also often authorized ptasons whose names 
do not appear in this list to perforin the dnties of tlie oIVkmi during the icmporari/ ahxcnce ut' the Sec- 
retary from his post. l?y the act of July 23, 1868, (15 Statutes at Lai'Hc, page KiH.) the act of 1792 is 
repealed, and it is ]irovided that iu tlu; case of the deatli, resignation, aliseutu!. or sickness of the Secre- 
tary, the duties sliall be pevtorMicd by the First Assistant Secretai'y, or tliat the Priisiili'nt may, in his 
discretion, authorize tlu^ head of aiuither Department, or soiih- oIIkm- otlicer in the I)(i):irliiii'nl ap- 
pointed by and with the advice and consent of the Situate, to perform tlit; duties for a period of not 
more than ten days. The vacancies which may bo so tilled are those happening during the recess of 
the Senate. 



54 SECRETAEIES OF STATE. 

John MarshalIv, of Virginia : 

Commissioned by President John Adams May 13, 1800 ; commissioned as Chief Justice January 31, 
1801, but was authorized February 4, 1801, by President Adams, by letter, "to coulinueto dis- 
charge all the duties of Secretary of State until ulterior arrangements can be made." 

James Madison, of Virginia : 

Commissioned by President Jefferson March 5, 1801 ; retired March 4, 1809, on becoming President. 

EOBEiiT Smith, of Maryland : 

Commissioned by President Madison March 6, 1809 ; was asked by President Madison to resign ; 
resigned April 1, 1811. 

James Monroe, of Virginia : 

Commissioned by President Madison April 2, 1811 ; was appointed Secretary of War September 
26, 1814, and confirmed by the Senate Septembers?, 1814 ; continued to serve as acting Secretary 
of State also. President Madison offered the position to DANEEL D. TOMPKINS September 
28, 1814, who declined it. Mr. MONROE was again commissioned as Secretary of State by 
President Madison February 28, 1815, and retired March 4, 1817, on becoming President. 

John Quincy Adams, of Massacliusetts : 

Commissioned by President Monroe March 5, 1817 ; retired March 4, 1825, on becoming President. 

Henry Clay, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned by President John Quincy Adams March 7, 1825 ; re-signed March 3, 1829. 

James A. Hamilton, of New Yorli : 

Appointed by President Jackson March 4, 1829, "to take charge of the Department of State and 
perform the duties until Mr. VAN BUREN'S arrival in "Washington." 

Martin Van Buren, of New York : 

Commissioned by President Jackson March 6, 1829 ; resigned April 7, 1831. 

Edward Livingston, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned by President Jackson May 24, 1831 ; commissioned as envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenijjotentiary to France May 29, 1833, and retired that day. 

Louis McLane. of Delaware : 

Commissioned by President Jackson May 29, 1833"; resigned, to take effect June 30, 1834. 

John Forsyth, of Georgia : 

Commissioned by President Jackson June 27, 1834 ; continued to act under President Van Buren, 
and retired March 4, 1841. 

Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned by President Harrison March 5, 1841. President Harrison died April 4, 1841. Mr. 
WEBSTER continued to act under President Tyler ; resigned May 8, 1843. 

Hugh S. Legare, of Soutli Carolina : 

(Attorney-General.) Appointed by President Tyler as Secretary ad interim May 9, 1843 ; died in 
office June 20, 1843. 

Abel P. UrsiiUR, of Virginia : 

Appointed by President Tyler June 24, 1843, as Secretary ad interim, and commissioned as Secre- 
tary July 24, 1843 ; died in office February 28, 1844. 

John Nelson, of Maryland : 

(Attorney-General.) Appointed Secretary of State ad interim by President Tyler February 9, 1844. 

John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned by President Tyler March 6, 1844 ; resigned March 1, 1845, to take effect as soon as 
his successor should be appointed and qualified. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned by President Polk March 6, 1845 ; retired March 4, 1849. 

John M. Clayton, of Delaware : 

Commissioned by President Taylor March 7, 1849. On the death of President Taylor, July 9, 1850, 
tendered his resignation, which was accepted, to take effect July 22, 1850. 

Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts : 

Nominated by President Fillmore July 20, 1850, in place of JOHN M. CLAYTON, " whose resig- 
nati(m has been accepted to take effect Monday, the 22d instant ;" confirmed same day ; com- 
missioned July 22, 1850 ; died in office October 24, 1852. 

Charles M. Conrad, of Louisiana : 

(Secretary of War.) Authorized by President Fillmore, September 2, 1852, to perform the duties 
of Sacretary of State until the return of the Secretary of State. 



SECRETARIES AND ASSISTANT SECRETARIES OF STATE. 55 
Edward Everett, of Massachusetts : 

Commissiouoil by Presideut Fillmore November 6, 1852 ; resijjned March .i, 1853, ' to taki! effect 
at the close of the present session of Congress." 

William Hunter, of Rhoile Island : 

(Chief Clerk.) Authorized by President Fillmore, March 3, 1853, to perform the duties of Secretary 
of State until a successor to Mr. EVERETT shall have been appointed, Mr. E VEUETT having 
resigned. 

William L Marcv, of Nevv York : 

Commissioned by Presideut Pierce March 7, 1853 ; resigned March 4, 1857. 

Lewis Cass, of Michigan : 

Commissioned by President Buchanan March 6, 1857 ; resigned December 12, 1860. 

William Hunter, of Rhode IsUind : 

(Chief Clerk.) Appointed to act as Secretary of State until an appointee is regiilarly commissioned. 

Jeremiah S. Bl.a.ck, of Peuiisylvauia : 

Commissioned by Presideut Buchanan December 17, 1860 ; resigned March 2, 1861, to take effect 
March 4, 1861. 

WiLLi.\M H. Seward, of New York : 

Commissioned by President Lineolu March 5,1801. President Lincoln died April 1.5,1865. Mr. 
SEWARD acted as Secretary during President Johnson's administration, and resigned March 4, 
18C9. 

Elihu B. Washburne, of Illinois : 

Commissioned by President Grant March 5, 1860 ; resigned, to take effect on the appointment of 
his successor. 

Hamilton Fish, of New York : 

Commissioned by President Grant March 11, 186i) ; resigned March 17,1873; recommissioned 
March 17, 1873 ; still in office. 



XVIII.— LIST OFPERSOXS WHO HAVE BEEX .\l»I»OIXTEl> TO BE ASSIST- 
ANT SEt!KETARY OF STATE. 

A. Dudley Mann, of Ohio : 

The office was created by tlie sixth secticm of the civil and diplomatic appropriation act, March 3, 
1853. (10 Statutes at Large, page 212.) Mr. MANN was commissioned by Presideut Pierce March 
23, 1853 : resigned. 

William Hunter, of Rhode Island : 

(Chief Clerk.) Commissioned by President Pierce May 8, 1855, with the undeistaudiug that on 
the appointment of another As.sistant Secretarj' he should resume the position of Chief Clerk 
which he did November 1, 1855. 

John A. Thomas, of New York : 

Commissioned by President Pierce November 1, 1855 ; resigned April 3, 1857. 

John Appletox, of Maine : 

Commissioned by President Buchanan April 4, 1857 ; commissioned as envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to Russia June 8, 1860. 

William H. Trescot, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned by President Buchanan .Juno 8, 1860 ; resigned December 10, 1860. 

Frederick W. Seward, of New York : 

Commissioned by President Lincoln March 0, 1861 ; resigned March 3, 1869. 
J. C. Bancroft Davis, of New York : 

Commissi(med by President Grant March 25, 1860 ; resigned November 13, 1871 ; recommissioned 
by President Grant January 24, 1873 ; still in office. 

Charles Hale, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned by President Grant February 19, 1872 ; resigned January 23, 1874, to take effect on 
the confirmation of his successor. 



XIX.— SE<OM> ASSISTANT SEt'RETAUY OF STATE. 

William Hunter, of Rhode Island : 

The office was created by the second section of the consular and diplomatic appropriation l)ill 
July 25, 1866. Mr. HUNTER was commissioned by President Johnson July 27, 1866 ; still in office. 



56 CHIEF CLERKS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

XX I.IST or IIIIEF CLERKS IX THE DEI»ART]»IEXT OF STATE. 

( Offi, -e established hij act of July 27, 1789. 1 St. at L., 29.) 

Hknky Remsen, Jr., of New York : 

Elected by the old Cougres.s uiidei-secretary in the office of foreign affairs March 2, 1784, and, as 
snch, performed the duties of Chief Clerk under the old and new Governments until the close of 
the year 1789 ; continued in service as Chief of the Foreign Division of the Department until 
his reappointment as Chief Clerk in 1790. 

Roger Alden, of Connecticut : 

Documents show that, by direction of the President, he received the records of the old Congress 
on July 25,- 1789, from its late secretary, CHARLES THOMSON, and that he bore the title and 
was officiating as Chief Clerk as early as January 1, 1790. Resigned July 2.% 1790, and was 
succeeded by 

Henry Remskn, Jr., of New York : 

The tiles show him to have been officiating as early as September 10, 1790, but the precise date 
of his new appointment does not appear. Continued in the office until 31st March, 1792, when 
he resigned to accept the position of teller in a bank. 

George Tvylor, Jr., of New York: 

Appointed April 1, 1792. Continued in office until February 7, 1798. 

Jacob Wagner, of Pennsylvania : 

Appointed February 8, 1798. Continued in office until March 31, 1807. (Office vacant from Apri 
1 to June .30, 1807.) 

John Gkaham, of Virginia: 

Appointed July 1, 1807. Appointed commissioner to Buenos Ayres July 18, 1817. 

Daniel Brent, of Virginia: 

Appointed September 21, 1817. Resigned August 8, 1833, to accept appointment as con.sul at 
Paris. 

Asbury Dickins, of North Carolina: 

Appointed August 8, 1833. Resigned, December 12, 1836, to accept a position as Secretary of the 
United States Senate. 

Aaron Ogden Dayton, of New Jersey : 

Appointed March 13, 1837. Resigned June 9, 1838, to accept appointment as Fourth Auditor. 

Aaron Vail, of New York : 

Appointed June 26, 1839. Resigned July 15, 1840, to accept position as charg6 d'affaires to 
Spain. 

J. L. Martin, of North Carolina: 

Appointed July 15, 1840. Superseded by appointment of DANIEL FLETCHER "WEBSTER. 

Daniel Fletcher Webster, of Massachusetts : 

Appointed March C, 1841. Commissioned as secretary to .special commission to China April 24, 

1843. 

William S. Derrick, of Pennsylvania : 

Appointed April 24, 1843. Superseded by appointment of Mr. CRALLfi. 

Richard K. Cralli':, of Virginia: 

Appointed April 10, 1844. Resigned March 10, 1845. 

Nicholas P. Trist, of Virginia : 

Appointed August 28, 1845. Sent as commissioner to Mexico April 15, 1847, and before his return 
to the United States was succeeded by Mr. APPLETON. 

John Applrton, of Maine : 

Appointed January 26, 1848. Retired to accept position as United States charg6 d'affaires to 
Bolivia, March 30, 1848. 

William S. Derrick, of Pennsylvania : 

Appointed April .5, 1849. Died in office May 1.5, 1852. 

WiLLiA.M Hunter, of Rhode Island : 

Appointed May 17, 18.52. Promoted to As.sistant Secretary of State May 8, 1855. 

Robert S. Chew, of Virginia: 

Appointed May 8, 1855. Resumed former position in Department November 1, 1855. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 57 

William Hunter, of Rhode Island : 

Appointed November 1, 1855. Promoted to Second Assistant Secretary of State July 27, 18()6. 

Robert S. Chew, of Virginia : 

Appointed July 27, 1866. Died in office August 2, 1873. 

Sevellox a. Brown, of New York : 

Appointed August 7, 1673. Still in office. 



XXI.— I.IST OF EXAMINERS OF CliAIMS. 

' This office was created in the Department of State by statute July 25, 1866, (14 St. at -&., 226 ;) abolished 
July 20, 1868, to take effect June 30, 1869, (15 St. at L., 96 ;) re-established May 27, 1870, (IG St. at L., 378 ;) 
transferred to the Department of justice June 22, 1870, (16 St. at L.., 162.) 

E. Peshine Smith, of New York : 

Commissioned July 27, 1866. On the abolition of the office, June 30, 1869, appointed fourth class • 
clerk, and continued to perform the duties of Examiner of Claims. Recommissioued June 7, 
1870 ; resigned October 25, 1871. 

Charles C. Be am an, Jr., of New York : 

Commissioned November 1, 1871 ; resigned January 1, 1872. 

Henry O'Connor, of Iowa: 

Commissioned February 9, 1872. Still in office. 



XXII.— L,IST OF DIPI.O^IATIt' VCiEXTS OF THE FXITED STATES PRIOR TO 
THE ADOPTIOX OF THE COXSTITUTIOX. 

Silas Deane, of Connecticut : 

Sent to France March, 1776, by the Committee of Secret Correspondence of Congress, and author- 
ized to act as a political and commercial agent of the United States. 

Benjamin Franklin, of Pennsylvania ; Silas Deane, of Connecticut ; and Thomas 
Jefferson, of Virginia: 

Elected commissioners September 26, 1776, to take charge of American affairs in Europe, and to 
procure a treaty of alliance with France. Mr. JEFFERSON declined, and 

Arthur Lee, of Virginia 

"Was, October 22, 1776, elected in his place. Mr. LEE was then in London and Mr. DEANE in 
Paris. Dr. FRANKLIN sailed from Philadelphia October 26, 1776, and reached Paris about 
December 20, 1776. 

Benjamin Franklin, of Pennsylvania : 

Elected January 1, 1774, by Congress, commissioner to Spain, and commissioned as such on the 
following day. 

Arthur Lee, of Virginia : 

Elected May 1, 1777, by Congress, commissioner to Spain, and commissioned as such June 5, 1777 ; 
but he did not go there in that capacity. Mr. JAY'S appointment as minister superseded him. 

Ralph Iz.\rd, of South Carolina : 

Elected by Congress May 7, 1777, commissioner to Tuscany, and commissioned as such July 1, 1777. 
He did not visit Tuscany, and was recalled June 8, 1779. 

William Lee, of Virginia : 

Elected ^lay 9, 1777, commissioner to communicate and treat with the Emperor of Germany, and 
also with the King of Prussia, and he was commissioned as such July 1, 1777. He was unable 
to visit either court, and was recalled by resolution of Congress June 9, 1779. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Elected a commissioner November 28, 1777, in the place of Silas Deane, who was recalled Novem- 
ber 21, 1777. 
September 14, 1778, the commission was dissolved, and 

Benja:min Franklin, of Pennsylvania, 

Elected minister plenipotentiary to France. He was commissioned October 26, 1773. 



58 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

John Jay, of New York : 

Elected minister plenipotentiary to Spain September 2T, 177!), to nefjotlato a treaty of alliance and 
of amity and commerce. He arrived iu Madrid in the spring of 1780. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Elected September 27, 1779, minister plenipotentiary for negotiating a treaty of peace and a treaty 
of commerce with Great Britain. 

WiXLiAM Carmichael, of Maryland : 

Elected September 28, 1779, secretary of legation to Spain. When Mr. JAT left Spain (in June' 
1782) Mr. CARMICHAEL was left as charg6 d'affaires ad interim. He was formally recog- 
nized as charge February, 1783, and remained at Madrid under that apjmintnient until re-ap- 
pointed as such September 29, 1789. He was recommissioned the following April. 

Francis Dana, of Massachusetts : 

Elected September 28, 1779, secretary of legation, to accompany Mr. JOHN" ADAMS, appointed 
as above. 

Henry Laurens, of South Carolina: 

Elected October 21, 1779, to negotiate a loan in Holland ; elected November 1, 1779, and same day 
empowered to negotiate a treaty with Holland. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Empowered June 20, 1780, to negotiate a treaty with Holland, in the place of LAUKENS, who 
had been made prisoner by the enemy. 

Francis Dana, of Massachusetts : 

Was elected December 19, 1780, minister resident in Russia. He was never received as such. 

John Laurens, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned December 23, 1780, special minister to France to solicit new aid. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts ; John Jay, of New York ; Henry Laurens, of South 
Carolina; Benjamin Frankfjn, of Pennsylvania; Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia : 
Empowered June 15, 1781, to negotiate a treaty of peace with Great Britain. 

Benjamin Franklin, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned September 28, 1782, to negotiate a treaty with Sweden. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts ; Benjamin Franklin, of Peuusylvauia; and Thomas 
Jefferson, of Virginia : 

Empowered May 12, 1784, to conclude treaties of commerce with Russia, Germany, Prussia, Den- 
mark, Saxony, Hamburg, England, Spain, Portugal, Naples, Sardinia, the Pope, Venice, Genoa, 
Tuscany, the Porte, Morocco, Algiers, Tripoli, Tunis. On the 3d day of June, 1784, tlie same 
plenipotentiaries were empowered to conclude a supplementary treaty with Sweden. 

David Humphreys, of Connecticut : 

Elected May 12, 1784, the secretary to the commission for negotiating the treaties of commerce. 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia : 

Commissioned March 10, 1785, minister plenipotentiary to France. He remained in France until 
the close of September, 1789. On the 12th of October, 1787, he was re-elected for a term of three 
years, subject to the revocation of Congress. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Appointed March 14, 1785, minister plenipotentiary to Great Britain. Mr. ADAMS took leave of 
the King February 20, 1788. 

John Adams Smith, of Massachusetts : 

Appointed March 14, 1785, secretary of legation to Great Britain. 

Thomas Rowley: 

October 5, 1785, Mr. ADAMS and Mr. JEFFERSON, under powers from Congress, empowered 
him to conclude a treaty with Morocco, and 

John Lamh 

At the same time empowered to conclude one with Algiers. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 69 



XXIII 1,IST OF DIPliOMATIC AGENTS OF THE IXITEW STATES SINCE 

MARUH 4, 1789. 

Alg'iei's. 

David Humphreys, of Connecticut: 

Commissioner plenipotentiary ; commissioned March 21, 1793. Admiral JOHN PAUL JOKES 
appointed commissioner June 1, 1792, to treat on peace and ransom of captives, -with THOMAS 
BARCLAY as substitute ; died before receiving appointment. BARCLAY died soon after, 
without going to Morocco. HUMPHREYS, then minister resident at Lisbon, appointed in 
their stead, March, 1795, JAMES DONALDSON, consul to Tunis and Tripoli, and PIERRE 
ERIC SKJOLDEBRAND, consul at Algiers, who were instructed to act under bis directions 
in negotiating a treaty. JOEL BARLOW added to the negotiators by MONROE and HUM- 
PHREYS. Treaty actually concluded by DONALDSON ; approved by HUMPHREYS. 

William Shaler, (Consnl-General at Algiers ;) Commodores William Bainbridge and 

Decatur : 

Appointed commissioners to conclude peace April 9, 1815. Treaty concluded by DECATUR and 
SHALER, and signed by the latter. 

William Shaler (Consnl-General at Algiers) and Commodore Isaac Chauncey : 

Appointed commissioners August 4, 1816, to settle subsisting differences, and an annulment of 
18th article of treaty of 1815. 

Arg^eiitiae Republic aud Arg'eiitine Coiife<leration. 

C-i:sar a. Eodxey, of Delaware ; John Graham, of Virginia ; and Theodorick Bland, 
of Maryland : 

The two former instructed as commissioners, Jnly 18, 18X7, to visit Buenos Ayres and Montevideo 
for obtaining accurate information respecting the conflict between Spain and her colonies 
BLAND added to the commission November 21, 1817. 

C^sar a. Rodney, of Delaware : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary January 27, 1823. Accredited to Buenos Ayres. Died at 
his post June 10, 1824. 

John M. Forbes, of Florida : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 9, 1825. Was commissioned as secretary of legation at 
Buenos Ayres January 27, 1823. Acted as charg6 d'affaires from June 10, 1824. Died at his post 
June 14, 1831. 

1827 io 1852. — Juan Manuel de Bosas, Dictator. 

Francis Bayliks. of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires January 3, 1832. Received his passports September 3, 1833. 

Harvey M. Watterson, of Tennessee : 

Special agent September 26, 1843, to obtain information in regard to its foreign relations, concerning 
commerce, and as to the war with Uruguay. His successor was presented November 15, 1844. 

William Brent, Jr., of Virginia : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires June 14, 1844. Took leave July 6, 1846. 

William A. Harris, of Virginia: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires February 19, 1846. His successor was presented September 12, 
1851. 

John S. Pendleton, of Virginia: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires February 27, 1851. Took leave March 11, 1854. ROBERT 
SCHENCK, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Brazil, was associated with 
PENDLETON to conclude treaties of general commerce with the Argoutino Republic, Para- 
guay, and Uruguay. 

Joseph Graham, of Ohio : 

Consul at Buenos Ayres. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from March 11 to December 1, 1854. 



60 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1852.— Justo Jose de Vrguiza, Dictator, June 13. 1854.— Elected first President of the Argen- 
tine Confederation March 13. 

James A. Peden, of Florida : 

Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. Commissioned as charg6 d'affaires May 22, 1854 
Took leave December 1, 1858. MIRABEATJ B. LAMAR, of Texas, minister resident ; com- 
missioned July 23, 1857 ; did not go to his post ; was transferred to Costa Rica and Nicaragua. 

KiCHARD FiTZPATRiCK, of Texas : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 25, 1856. Resigned March 27, 1857. 

Benjamin C. Yancey, of Georgia : 

Commissioned minister resident June 14, 1858. Took leave September 23, 1859. 

George Lee Brent, of Virginia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 30, 1859. Was designated to act as charge d'affaires ad 
interim September 23, 1859, but it does not appear that he performed such duties, 

John F. Cushman, of Mississippi : 

Commissioned minister resident July 18, 1859. Took leave February 17, 1861. WILLIAM H. 
HUDSOiSr, of Connecticut, consul at Buenos Ayres, acted as charge d'affiiires ad interim from 
February 17 to August 10, 1861. This appointment was disapproved by the Department. 

1860. — Santiago Dergui, President, March 7. 

Robert M. Palmer, of Penusylvania: 

Commissioned minister resident March 28, 1861. Left Buenos Ayres April 13, 18G2. 

1862. — Bartolome Mitre, President, October 2'3. 

Robert C. Kirk, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident March 4, 1862. Left Buenos Ayres July 26, 1866. 

Alexander Asboth, of Missouri : 

Commissioned minister resident March 12, 1866. Also accredited to Uruguay. Died at Buenos 
Ajres January 21, 1868. 

H. G. Worthington, of Nevada : 

Commissioned minister resident June 5, 1868. Also accredited to Uruguay. Took leave of Ar- 
gentine government July 8, 1869. 

1868. — Domingo Fanstino Sarmiento, President, elected October 12. 

Robert C. Kirk, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident April 16, 1869. Also accredited to Uruguay. Took leave of Ar- 
gentine government November 4, 1871. 

Dexter E. Clapp, of New York : 

Consul at Buenos Ayres. Took charge November 4, 1871. Relieved May 6, 1873. 

Julius White, of Illiuois : 

Commissioned minister resident July 23, 1872 ; declined August 22, 1872 ; recommissioned Decem- 
ber 12, 1872. Left on leave November 14, 1873. Resigned January 31, 1874. 

Thomas O. Osborn, of Illiuois : 

Commissioned minister resident February 10, 1874. Still in office. 

Austria an<l Austria-Hungary.* 

1835. — Ferdinand I, Emi)eror, March 2. 
Nathaniel Niles, of Vermont : 

Special agent, appointed June 7, 1837, with letter of credence to minister of foreign afiairs, to 
procure a modification of the duties and restrictions on the importation of American tobacco. 
His functions ceased on the arrival of Mr. MUHLENBERG. 

Henry A. Muhlenberg, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 8, 1838. Took leave 
September 18, 1840. 

* The present constitution, with the dual organization of Austria-Hungary, went into force December 
22, 1867. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 61 

J. Randolph Clay, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 8, 1838. Acted as cbarfre d'affaires ad interim from 
September 18, 1840, to Marcb 17, 1842. Was appointed secretary of legation at St. Petersburg 
March 15, 1845. 

Daniel Jenifer, of Marjlaud : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 27, 1841. Took leave 
July 7, 1845. 

WiLLiA.M H. Stiles, of Georgia : 

Commissioned cbarge d'affaires April 19, 1845. Left Vienna August 1, and forwarded his letter of 
recall from Paris, which was delivered by the United States consul at Vienna October 3, 1849. 

1848. — Francis Joseph, Emperor, December 2. 

James Watson Webb, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires November 1, 1849. Not confirmed by Senate. Left Vienna about 
May 5, 1850. 

Charles J. McCurdy, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned cbarg6 d'affaires September 27, 1850. Left November 12, 1852. 

Thomas M. Foote, of New York : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires September 16, 1852. Left May 21, 1853.) 

Henry R. Jackson, of Georgia : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 24, 1853. Commissioned as minister resident June 29, 1854 ; 
pre.seuted credentials as such September 28, 1854. Took leave July 1, 1858. 

George W. Lippitt, of Rliode Island : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 25, 1856. Left in charge July 1, 1858 ; relieved Febru- 
ary 2, 1859. Kesigned as secretary of legation April 26, 1867, but was left in charge June 15. 
1867 ; relieved August 20, 1867. Was again commissioned as secretary of legation April 21, 1869. 
Declined May 29, 1869. 

J. Glancy Jones, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 15, 1858. Was com- 
missioned minister resident November 1, 1858. Took leave November 14, 1861. 

Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 22, 1861. Did not serve, 
owing to an unwillingness on the part of the government to receive him. 

J. LoTHROP Motley, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 10, 1861. Took leave 
June 14, 1867. 

1867. — Francis Joseph, crowned King of Hunf/arij, June 8. 

John Hay, of Illinois : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 20, 1867. Relieved Mr. LIPPITT as charge d'affaires ad 
interim August 20. 1867. Resigned as secretary August 12, 1868, and was relieved as charge 
September 30. HORACE GREELEY, of New York, was commissioned envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary November 29. 1867, but declined the appointment. 

Henry M. Watts, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 25, 1868. Took leave June 
1, 1869. 

Henry S. Watts, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 8, 1868. Functions ceased last of March, 1869, the 
Senate not liaving confirmed his appointment. 
John Jay, of New York : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 13, 1869. Still In office. 

John F. Delaplaine, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 1, 1869. Has acted as cliai'g6 d'affain>s ad interim from 
March 5 to March 20, 1870; fiom April 26 to June 1, 1870; from June 1 to June 22. and from 
July 26 to August 31, 1871; from September 7 to November 1, 1872; ami from Se])tcniber 4 to 
September 21, 1873. Still in office. 



62 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Baden. 

Peter D. Vroom, of New Jersey, (E. E. aucl M. P. to Prussia.) 
Empowered, February 15, 1855, to treat relative to extraditiou. 

George Bancroft, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia.) 
Empowered, May 25, 1868 to treat relative to naturalization. 

Batavian Reimhlic. (See Netherlands.) 

Bavaria. 

Henry Wheaton, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia.) 

Empowered, November 18, 1843, to negotiate for the abolition of droit d"aubaine and taxes on im- 
migration. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, (E. E. and M. P. to Great Britain.) 

Empowered, tTuly 6, 1853, to negotiate relative to extradition. 
George Bancroft, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia.) 

Empowered, May 25, 1868, to negotiate relative to naturalization and extradition. 

Belg'iiini. 

1830. — Provisional government. 1831. — Leopold I, King, July 21. 

Hugh S. LEOAitE, of Soutli Carolina: 

Commissioned charg6 d'iiflaires April 14, 1832. Left June 9, 1836. WILLIAM H. HAYWOOD, 
of North Carolina, commissioned charge d'affaires March 7, 1837, but declined the appoint- 
ment. 

Virgil Maxcy, of Maryland : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 16, 1837. Left September 17, 1842. 

Henry W. Hilliard, of Alabama : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires IV^ay 12, 1842. Left August 15, 1844. 

Thomas G. Clemson, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 17, 1844. Left March 1, 1851. 

Richard H. Bayard, of Delaware : 

Commissioned cbarg6 d'affaires December 10, 1850. Left September 12, 1853. 

J. J. Seibels, of Alabama : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 24, 18.53. Commissioned minister resident Juno 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such August 6, 1854. Left Belgium on leave September 24, 1856. Ee 
signed June 11, 1857. JAMES S. CLARK was in charge of legation from June 11, 1857, to Sep- 
tember 27, 1858. 

Elisiia Y. Faih, of Alabama: 

Commissioned minister resident June 14, 1858. Took leave May 8, 1861. 

1865. — Leopold II, King, December 10. 

Henry S. Sanford, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned miui.ster resident March 20, 1861. Took leave July 21, 1869. 

Aaron Goodrich, of Minnesota : 

Commissioned se;'retary of legation March 26, 18C1. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
May 12 to August 23, 1862 ; from February 9 to June 25, 1864, and from October 26, 1867, to 
March 11, 1868. Eccalled March 10, 1869. 

J. Russell Jones, of Illinois : 

Commissioned minister resident June 1, 1869. Still in office. 

Bolivia. 

1844. — Jose BaUivinn, President, August 15. 

John Applkton, of Maine : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 30, 1848. Left Bolivia for the United States May 4, 1849, 
having previously requested his recall. 

Alexander K. McClung, of Mississippi : 

Commissioiiod charge d'affaires May 29, 1849. Received passports, at his own request, April 27, 
1851. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 63 

1850. — Manuel Isidore BeJzu, August 15. 

Horace H. Miller, of Mississippi : 

Commissioued charg6 d'affaires February 30, 1852. Left in January, 1854. CHARLES L. WOOD- 
BURY, of Massachusetts, commissioned cliarg6 d'aftaires May 24, 1853, but did not serve. 

John W. Daxa, of Maiue: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires August 26, 1853. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854 . 
Presented credentials as sucli September 24, 1854. Took leave March 10, 1859. 

Ii535. — Jorje Cordova, President, August 18. 1857. — Jose Maria Lenarvr, Provisional Presi- 
dent, Decemher 26. 

John Cottox Smith, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned mini.ster resident June 14, 1858. Received letter of recall, February 22, 1801. Left 
early iu May, 1861. 

1861. — Jose Maria de Aeha, Provisional President, May 25. 18G2. — Jos^ Maria de Aclia, 

President, August 16. 

David K. Cartter, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident March 27, 1861. Returned on leave September 18, 1862. Re- 
signed March 10, 1863. 

1864. — Mariano Melgarego, Provisional President. 

Allen A. Hall, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned minister resident April 21, 1863. Died at La Paz May 18, 1867. JOHJT jSTETH- 
ERLAXD was commissioued minister resident July 20, 186T, but declined the appointment. 

John W. Caldwell, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident June 18, 1868. Took leave July 25, 1869. 

1871. — Augustine Morales, Provisional President, Jannanj 21. 

Leopold Maukuheit, of Ohio : 

Commissioued minister resident April 16, 1809. Took leave February 12, 1873. 

1873. — Adolfo BaUivian, President, May 8. 

John T. Croxtox, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned miuistiT resident December 20, 1872. Still in office, 

Borneo. 

Joseph Balestier, of Massachusetts, (Cousul at Singapore :) 

Empowered August 16, 1849, to negotiate relative to friondsiiip, commerce, and navigation. 

Brazil. 

1821. — Pedro I, Regent. 1822. — Proclaimed Emperor. 

CoxDY Raguet, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 9, 1825. Left April 7, 1827, having previously demanded 
his passports. 

William Tudor, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 36, 1827. Died at Rio de Janeiro March 9, 1830. WILLIAM 
D. C. WRIGHT, consul at Rio, authorized to act as charge d'affaires ad interim. 

1831. — Pedro II, Emperor under a regency, April 7. 

Ethax a. Bi:o\vx, of Ohio : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 20, 1830. Left April 11, 1834. 

1841. — Pedro II assumed the 'government July 18. 

WiLLlAJi Huxteu, of Rhode Ishxnd: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 28, 1834. Commissioned envoy cxtraordinarj' and minister 
plenipotentiary September 13, 1841. Presented credentials as such January 1, 1642. Took leave 
December 9, 1843. 



64 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Robert M. Walsh, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of leg^ttion September 13, 1841. Left Eio September 1, 1847. 

George H. Proffit, of Indiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 7, 1843. Took leave Au- 
gust 10, 1844, bis appointment not having been confirmed by tlie Senate. 

Henry A. Wise, of Virginia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Febrnary 8, 1844. Mission 
ended with the presentation of his successor's credentials August 28, 1847. 

David Tod, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and mitiister plenipotentiary March 3, 1847. Toolt leave 
August 9, 1851. 

Thomas I. Morgan, of Ohio : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 9, 1847. Died at Rio de Janeiro March 30, 1850. 

Robert C. Sciienck, of Ohio: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 12, 1851. Took leave 
October 8, 1853. Was associated with JOHN S. PENDLETON, charge d'affaires to the Argen- 
tine Republic, to conclude treaties of general commerce with the Argentine Republic, Para- 
guay, and Uruguay. EDWARD KENT, consul at Rio, acted as cliarge d'aftaires ad interim 
from June 21 to September 13, 1852. 

Franklin H. Clack, of Lonisiana : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 12, 1851. Left Eio de Janeiro September 10, 1851. 

Ferdinand Coxe, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 24, 1851. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim, from 
May 12 to August 12, 1853. Left Eio August 31, 1853. 

William Trousdale, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 24, 1853. Took leave De- 
cember 5, 1857. WILLIAM B. VENABLE, of Tennessee, was commissioned secretary of le 
gation March 27, 1854, but declined June 2. 

William Grayson Mann, of the District of Colnuibia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 2, 1854. Resigned March 5, 1857, and left on the 19th 
of the same month. 

Richard K. Meade, of Virginia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 27, 1857. Left on lejive 
July 9, 18C1, A. L. BLACHFORD was in charge until October 3, 1861. W. W. BANKS, of Vir- 
ginia, was commissioned secretary of legation October 27, 1857, but did not accept. 

RoMAiNE Dillon, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 16, 1858. Left February 25, 18G1. 

James Watson Webb, < f New York: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 31, 1861. Left May 26, 
1869. W. V. V. LIDGERWOOD acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim, witliout appointment 
from the Department, from October 10, 1865, to August 1, 1866, and from November 23, 1868, to 
March 20, 1869. 
Thomas Biddle, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 11, 1861. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
January 6 to January 17, 1863. Resigned April 1, 1863. 

William M. Briggs, of Massachnsetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation Juno 11, 1863. Resigned April 5, 1864. J. A. GROS was 
commissioned secretary of legation March 18, 1867, but did not accept. 

Henry T. Blow, of Missouri : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 1, 1869. Left on leave 
November 6, 1870; resigned February 11, 1871. ROBERT CLINTON WRIGHT acted as 
charge d'affaires ad interim from November 5, 1870, to July 24, 1871. 

James R. Partridge, of Maryland : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 23, 1871. Still in office. 

Richard Cutts Shannon, of Maine : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 26,1871. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
July 18 to December 4, 1872, and from October 12, 1873. Still in chcerge. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 65 

Central America, Federation of. 

John Wilmams, of Tenuessee : 

Commissioned cliargo d'affaires December 29, 1835. WILLIAM MILLER was commissioned as 
charge d'affaires March 7, 1825. Died September 10 at Key West ou his way to liis post. JOHN 
WILLIAMS took leave December 1, 1826. WILLIAM PHILLIPS, acting consul at Guatemala, 
remained in charge of legation till April 9, 1827. 

William B. Eochester, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 3, 1827. Arrived in Central America May 17, 1828. Keturned 
with lilt proceeding to the seat of government, arriving in the United States June 11,1828. 
WILLIAM N. JEFFERS was comiiiissioned as charg6 d'affaires June 14, 1831, and resigned, 
witliout going to his post, November 19, 1831. 

John L. Stephens, of New York : 

Special agent. Instructed August 13, 1839, to negotiate respectiug the exchange of treaty of 
peace and commerce of July 4, 1838, and the adjustment of a claim. Returned witliout accom- 
plishing those objects. Arrived in United States August 4, 1840. 

James Shannon, of Ohio : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires February 9, 1832. Died before reaching bis post. 

Charles G. De Witt, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires January 29, 1833. Left in February of 1839. Died in the United 
States soon after. 

William S. Murphy, of Ohio : 

Special diplomatic agent appointed July 28, 1841. Left late in March, 1842. 

Chili. 

Heman Allen, of Vermont : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary January 27, 1823. Took leave July 31, 1827. JOHN P. 
KENNEDY, of Maryland, was commissioned secretary of legation January 27, 1823, and resigned 
June 23. Did not proceed to post. 

Samuel Larned, of Ehode Islaiul : 

Commissioned secretary of legation November 18, 1323. Left in charge July 31, 1627. Commis- 
sioned as charg6 d'affaires February 29, 1828. Left October 14, 1829. 

John Hamm, of Ohio : 

Commis ioned charg6 d'affaires May 2G, 1830. Left October 19, 1833. 

Richard Pollard, of Virginia : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires June 28, 1834. AnuouQced his departure from Valparaiso, by 
letter. May 12, 1842. 

1841. — Manuel Bulnes, President, September 30. 
John S. Pendleton, ot Virginia : 

Commissioned charge d'atlaires August IG, 1841. Left June, 1844. 

1846. — Manuel Jhiliies re-elected September 23. 

William Crump, of Virginia : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires xVpril 10, 1844. Announced bis departure from Valparaiso 
November 1, 1847. 

Seth Barton, of Lonisiana: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 27, 1847, to take effect Juno 1. Passports sent him, at bis own 
request, May 22, 1849. 

1851. — Manuel Month, President, October 22. 

Balie Peyton, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 9, 1849. Left Cliili 
in the autumn of 1853. S. MKDARY was commissioned as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary May 24, 18.")3, but resigned without jiroceediug to bis post. liKN.IAMIN R. 
HARDIX was commis.sioncd socretaiy of legation Novemb(U' 27, 1849. Did not reach Ids post, 
being recalled and dismissed June 15, 1850. 

Jesse B. Holman, of Alabama : 

Commissioned secretary of legation Jutic 24, 1850. Resigned May 14, 1853, to take effect July 1. 
THOMAS E. M ASSE V, of Alabama, was commissioned secretary of legation July 28, 1853. Re- 
signed ; did not proceed to post. 



QQ DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1856. — Manuel Month, re-elected September 29. 
David A. Starkweather, of Oliio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 29. 1854. Took leave Au- 
gust '26, 1857. 

Frederick A. Bkelen, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned eecrctary of legation August 2, 1854. Acted as charg6 d'afifaires ad interim from 
August 26 to October 5, 1857. Eesigned, to take effect Octobei- 1, 1858. 

1861. — Jose Joaquin Perez, President, Sei}temher 24. 

John Bigler, of California : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 2, 1857. Took leave Octo- 
ber 4, 1861. 

George W. Ryckman, of California : 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 20, 1858. Eesigned, to take eifect.Jnly 1, 1860. 

Thom.is H. Nelson, of Indiana: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, June 1, 1861. Took leave March 
12, 1866. 

1866. — Jos^ Joaquin Perez, re-elected October 1 . 

JuDSON Kilpatrick, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary November 1 1, 1865. Took leave 
August 1,1870. 

Edwin F. Co<^k, of New Jersey : 

Coumiissioned secretary of legation November 11, 1865. Died at Santiago August 6, 1367. 

A. W. Clark, of New York : 

Consul at Valparaiso. Acted as cLarg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 22, 1868, to May 29, 1869. 

John C. Caldwell, of Maine : 

Consul at Valparaiso. Acted as cli:irg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 1 to December 2, 1870. 

1871. — Feckrioo Errazurtz, President, September 18. 

Joseph P. Eoot, of Kansas : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary September 15, 1870. Resigned. 
Took leave June 27, 1373. 

Cornelius A. Logan, of Kansas : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 17, 1873. Still in office. 

China. 

1821. — Toa-Jcwavg, Emperor, 

Caleb Cushixg, of Massacbnsetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary and commissioner May 8, 1843. 
EDWARD EVERETT, of Massaohu-sotts, was commissioned commissioner March 3, 1843, but 
did not accept. Mr. CUSHING- held two commissions, one as commissioner and the other as 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, bearing the same date. Left Macao for the 
United States August 27, 1844, and arrived in Washington -January 4, 1845, with copy of treaty 
with China. Resigned March 13, 1845. PETER PARKER was left in charge. 

Daniel Fletcher Webster, of Massachnsetts : 

Commissioned secretary to commis.sioner April 24, 1843. Returned the latter part of 1844. 

Alexander H. Everett, of Massachnsetts : 

Commissioned commissioner March 13, 1845. Did not complete the voyage to his post, but re- 
turned to Boston Octobers, 1845, having (on the 8th of August) intrusted Commodore BIDDLE 
with tempor.iry discharge ot duties of commissioner. Mr. EVERETT proceeded to his post 
October 5, 1846, and died in China Juno 28, 1847. Commodore BIDDLE took leave of the 
Emperor April 15, 1846, and placed PETER PARKER, secretary and interpreter of legation, in 
charge. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 67 

Peter Parker, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary and interpreter of location March 15, 1845. Was left in charge of lega- 
tion by General CTJSIIING August 27, 1814, and acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interivi from April 
15 to October 5, 1846; from Juno 28, 1847, to August 21, 1848 ; from May 25, 1850, to January 22 
1853; from January 27 to April 14, 1854; from December 12, 1854, to May 10, 1855. ApiHdnted 
commissioner August 16, 1855. Commodore JOEL ABBOTT was lefo in charge by PETER 
PAKKER May 10, 1855, and was relieved by S. WELLS WILLIAMS about November 1. Mr- 
PARKER retired as commissioner August 25, 1857. 

1850. — Hien-fung, Emperor, February 25. 

John W. Davis, of Indiana: 

Commissioned commissioner January 3, 1848. Retired May 25, 1850. THOMAS A. E. KEL 
SON", of Tennessee, was commissioned commissioner March 6, 1851; resigned July 2, 1851. 
JOSEPH BLUNT, of New York, was commissioned October 15, 1851, but declined. 

Humphrey Marshall, of Keuiuckv : 

Commissioned commissioner August 4, 1852. Retired January 27, 1854. ROBERT J. WALK- 
ER, of Mississippi, was commissioned commissioner June 21, 1853, but declined. 

Robert M. McLane, of Maryland : 

Commissioned commissioner October 18, 1353. Retired December 12, 1854. 

S. Wells Williams, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary and interpreter to legation June 27, 1855. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad 
inierim from about November 1, 1855, to Janiiary 19, 1856; from August 25 to November 16, 
1857 ; from December 8, 1858, to May 18, 1853; from October 1 to October 24, 18()1 ; from May 6, 
1865, to September 19, 1866; from November 21, 1867, to September 29, 1868; from July 5, 1869, 
to April 20, 1870 ; from July 24, 1873, to date. Still in charge. 

William B. Reed, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 18, 1857. Left China De- 
cember 8, 1858. 

> 

John E. Ward, of Georgia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 15, 1858. Returned 
on leave December 15, 1860, and left Commodore STRIBBLING in charge, who served until 
July 23, 1861. 

W. Wallace Ward, of Georgia: 

Commissioned secretary of legation January 24, 1859. Resigned at Hong-Kong February 18, 1860. 

George W. Heard, Jr., of Massachn-setts: 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 12, 1860. Resigned, to take effect January 1, 1861. 

1861. — Tioifj-chi, Emperor, August 22. 

AxsoN BiiiLiXGAME, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 14, 1861. Resigned No- 
vember 21, 1867, having been appointed embassador of the Emperor of China to the United 
States and other powers. WILLIAM A. HOWARD, of Michigan, was commissioned as envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary. March 11, 1868, but declined. 

J. Ross Browne, of California : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 11, 1868. Retired July 
5, 1869. 

Frederick F. Low, of California : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary September 28, 1869. Empowered, 
February 8, 1871, to negotiate with Corca for the protection of seamen of the United States 
wrecked on that coast, and for treaty of navigation and commerce. Still in office. 

Cocliiii-Cltiiia. 

Edmund Roberts, of New Hampshire: 

Special agent. Empowered, January 26, 1832, to negotiate for the extension of the commerce of 
the United States in the Pacific. 

Joseph Balestier, of Massachusetts, (Consul at Singapore:) 

Empowered, August 16, 1849, to negotiate relative to friendship, commerce, and navigation. 



68 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Colombia.* 

Richard C. Anderson, of Kentucky: 

Comiuissioned minister plenipotentiary January 27, 1823. Took leave June 7, having been com- 
missioniMl envoy oxtraoriliuary and minister plenipotentiary to congress of Panama, and died at 
Carthagena July 24, 1826. 

Charles S. Todd, of Kentucky: 

Confidential agent, appointed February 22, 1820, to obtain information concerning condition of 
att'airs, the relations with Spain, and concerning claims of citizens of United States against Col- 
ombia. Returned to United States about January 19, 1824. Commissioned secretary of lega- 
tion January 27, 1823, but declined. 

Beaufort T. Watts, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 27, 1824. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
March 26, 1825, to January 20, 1820, and from June 7, 1826, until regularly commissioned as 
charge d'affaires March 3, 1827. Tcok leave as charge d'aHiiires November 17, 1827. Appointed 
secretary of legation at St. Petersburg. 

William H. Harrison, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 24, 1828. Took leave Sep- 
tember 26, 1829. 

Edward T. Taylof, of Virginia: , 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 26, 1828. 

Thomas P. Moore, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 13, 1829. Took leave 
April 16, 1833. 

J. C. Pickett, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 9, 1829. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from A pril 
16 to July 4, 1833, when his functions ceased. 

Egbert B. McAfee, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires February 9, 1833. Left June 20, 1837. 

James Semple, of Illinois : 

Commissioned charge d'aifaires October 14, 1837. Left about April 1, 1842. 

William M. Blackford, of Virginia : 

Commissioned charge d'affiiires February 10, 1842. Left December 23, 1844. 

Benjamin A. Bidlack, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 14, 1845. Died at liis post February 6, 1849. 

Thomas M. Foote, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 29, 1849. Left on leave about October 15, and resigned, to 
take effect December 31, 1850. 

Yelverton p. King, of Georgia : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affiiires March 12, 1851. Left April 5, 1853. 

James S. Green, of Mis.souri : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 24, 1853. Left August 13, 1854. "Was commissioned as min- 
ister resident June 29, 1854, but did not present his credentials in that capacity. Resigned, to 
take effect December 11, 1854. 

James B. Bowlin, of Missouri: 

Commissioned minister resident December 13, 1854. Loft about May 20, 1857, and resigned Sep- 
tember 12, 1857. On December 2, 1856, ISAAC E. MOUSE was associated with him as special 
commissioner to negotiate concerning the transit of citizens, offioers, soldiers, and seamen of 
United States .across the istlinuis. 

George W. Jones, of Iowa : 

Commissioned minister resident March 8, 1859. Took leave November 4, 1861. 



*The "Republic of Colombia" consisted of what was afterward known as New Granada, Venezuela, 
and Ecuador. In 1831 tliis icpnhlic separated into tliree republics, with those respective names. In 
1862 New Granada assumed the name of the " United States of Colombia.' 



DIPLOMATIC AGP:NTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 69 

18G3.— T. C. Mosquera, President, February 4. 1866.— i?c-e/effrt? President of the United 
States of Colombia May 20. 18G7 .—Dejjosed May — . 

AiXAN A. Burton, of Kentucky : 

Coiniiiissionofl minister resident May 29, 18G1 ; left about February 14, 1867. JAMES H. CAMP- 
BELL, of Peuusylvauia,conimissi()no(t as minister resident Xoveniber 16, 1866; deelined January 
14,1867. DAXIEL E. SICKLES, of ISTevr York, iustiuctert, January 6, 186.i. to confer with the 
authorities at Panama concerniufj the tran.si;ortation of iroops across the isthmus, and, witli 
:Mr. BCllTOX, to confer with tlio government of Colombia on the same subject. 

\''(i7. —Santos Acosta, President ad interim, May 23. 1868. — Santos Gutierrez, President, 
April's. 1872. — Manuel Murillo, President, April 1. 

Peter J. Sitllia'.vn, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident March lit, 1867 ; took leave June '26, 1860. CALEB CUSniXG in- 
structed, November 25, 1868, in concert with Mr. STT LLIVAN, to negotiate a treaty for shipcaual 
across the isthmus. 

Stephen A. Hurlrut, of Illinois: 

Commissioned minister resident April 22, 1863. Took leave April 3, 1872. 

Thomas F. Wallace, of Pennsylvania : 

Consul at Bogota. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from April 4, 1872, to July 20, 1873. 

William L. Scruggs, of Georgia : 

Commissioned minister resident April 9, 1873. Still in office. 

Corea. 

George F. Seward, of New York, (Consul-General at SLiangliai :) 

Empowered, June 27, 1868, to negotiate a treaty concerning commerce and settlement of tlaiins. 

Frederick F. Low, of California, (E. E. and M. P. to China:) 

Empowered, February 8, 1871, to negotiate for the protection of seamen of United States wrecked 
on the coast, and for treaty of navigation and commerce. 

Costa Rica.* {See Central America.) 

1853. — Juan Rafael Mora, President, May lU. 

Robert M. Walsh, of Pennsylvania : 

Special envoy. Instructed, April 29, 1852, to obtain a settlement of disputes between Costa 
Rica and Nicaragua in regard to tlieir boundaries, which are obstacles to the connnencement of 
the canal across Nicaragua. Arrived in New York August 14, 1852. 

Solon Borland, of Arkansas: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and niinistci-pl'-nipotentiary April 18, 1853. JOHN SLIDELL, 
of Louisiana, was commissioned envoy extra<)r<linary and minister pl(ni])otentiary March 29, 1853. 
but declined. Mr. BORLAND was also actiredited to Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and 
Salvador, but did not present his credentials to the government of Costa Rica. Left Nicaiagna 
April 17, 1854. Resigned, to take effect June 30, 1854. JOHN ELIAS WARREN was commis- 
sioned secretary of legation April 6, 1853, but declined. 

Frederick A. Bkelen, of Penu.sylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 28, 18.53. Appointed secretary of legation in Chili 
August 2, 1854. 

MiRABKAiT B. Lamar, of Texas: 

Commissioned minister resident January 20, 1858. Commissioned envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary December 23, 1857; appointment revoked. Also accredited to Nicaragua. 
Retired May 20, 1859. 

1859. — Juan Rafael Mora re-elected May 8. 1869. — Juan Maria Montealeyre, President, 

April 30. 

Alexander Dimitry, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned minister resident August 15, 1859; also accredited to Nicaragua. Tool; leave 
April 27, 18CL 



Congress of Costa Rica, by decree of August 30, 1848, declared itself an independent republic. 



70 DIPLOMATIC AGi!:NTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1863. — Jesus Jimenez, President, JJay 8. 1866. — Jose Maria Castro, President, May 10. 

Charles N. Riotte, of Texas : 

Commissioued minister resident June 8, 18C1. Took leave January 18, 18fi7. 
Albert G. Lawrence, of Ehoile Island: 

Com missioned minister resident October 2, 18G6. Left about June 2-1, 1868. AETnUR MOE- 
EELL, vice-consul at San Jost, in charge of legation from July 23, 1867, to June 10, 18C8. 

1838. — Jesus Jimenez, President. 1870. — Thomas Guardia, President, August 10. 

Jacou B. Blair, of West Virginia: 

Commissioned minister resident July 25, 1868. Took leave June 30, 1873. ADDISON M. 
BAILEY, viee-cousnl at San Jose, in charffo of legation from May 31 to October 18, 1869. Mis- 
sion consolidated with missions to other Central American States July 1, 1873. 

George Williamson, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned minister resident May 17, 1873, to talco effect July 1. Also accredited to Guate- 
mala, Houdnras, Xicaragua, and Salvador. At tlie request of the government of Costa Eica, 
he was, on the 2d of January, 1874, informed that, with regard to that country, hia functions 
were suspended for the present. Still in office. 

Denmnrlx. 

ISm.— Frederick VI King. 

George W. Erving, of Massachusetts : 

Cominissioned special minister January 5, 1811, charged with the subject of spoliations committed 
under the Danish flag on the commerce of the United States. Similar instructions were issued 
to JOHN M. FORBES, consul at Copenhagen, to GEOEGE W. CAMPBELL, envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary to Russia, who was to stop at Copenhagen on his way to 
St. Petersburg, and to CHEISTOPHEE HUGHES, JK., charge d'affaires to the Netherlands, 
who was also to go there before going to the Hague. EEVING took leave May 18, 1812, and left 
Copenhagen on the 2fith. 

Henry Wheaton, of New York : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1827. Left May 29, 1825. Appointed charge d'affaires 
at Berlin. 

18'^9.— Christian VIII, Eiug, December :}. 

Jonathan F. W^oodside, of Ohio : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 3, 1835. Left June 29, 1841. 

Isaac Rand Jackson, of Penusylvania : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 20, 1841. Died at post July 27. 1842. 

William W. Irwin, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1843. Left June 12, 1847. 

1848. — Frederic VII, King, January 20. 

Robert P. Flexniken, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires January 11, 1847. Left September 15, 1849. 

Walter Forward, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires NoveTubor 8, 1849. Termination of servico not given. Letter of 
recall Sent, at his request, September 10, 1851. A. J. OGLE commissioned as cbarg6 d'affaires 
January 22. 1852. Did not proceed to ])ost. Commission revoked July 13, 1852. 

MiLLEij Grieve, r)f Georgia: 

Commi.ssioued cliarge d'affaires August 30, 1852. Termination of service not given. Last com- 
munication from liim dated June 23, 1853. 

Henry Bedinger, of Virginia: 

Commi.ssioued charg6 d'affaires May 24, 1853. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such September 23, 1854. Took leave August 10, 1858. 

James M. Buchanan, of Maryland : 

Commissioned mini.ster resident May 11, 1858. Termination of service not given. Last dispatch 
from him dated April 17, 1861. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 71 

1863. — Christian IX, King, Xovember 15. 

Bradford R. Wood, of New York : 

Coiniuissioned minister resident March 22, 18GI. Took leave November 18, ISfiS. SA.MUEL J. 
KIRKWOOD, of Iowa, was commissioned minister resident March 11, 21863, but declined. 

George H. Yeaman, of Kentncky: 

Commissioned minister resident August 2.i, 1865. Took leave November 7, 1870. C. C. AN- 
DREWS, of Minnesota, was commissioned minister resident April 16, 1869, but subsequently 
commissioned as minister resident to Sweden, which latter appoiutmout ho accejjted. 

M. J. Cramer, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned mLuister resident September 9, 1870. Still in office. 

Doiuiiiican Republic. > 

John Hogan, of New York : 

Special agent. Instructed, February 22, 1845, to examine into and report upon the resources of the 
country, and especially as to its ability to maintain its independence. 

Robert M. Walsh, of Penusjlvauia : 

Special agent. Instructed, January 18, 1851, to co-operate with the representatives of France and 
Great Britain for the purpose of bringing about a peace between Haj'ti and the Dominican 
Republic. 

Joiix SoMERS Smith, of Pennsylvania, (Commercial Agent at San Domingo:) 
Empowered, December 13, 1866, to conclude a treaty of commerce. 

Frederick W. Seward, of New York, (Assistant Secretary of State:) 

Empowered, December 17, 1806, to negotiate for the cession or lease of Samana Bay to the United 
States. 

Raymond H. Perry, of Rhode Island, (Commercial Agent at San Domingo:) 

Empowered, November 6, 1869, to negotiate for the cession of San Domingo to the United States 
and for the lease of Samana Bay. 

Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio ; Andrew D. White, of New York ; and S. G. Howe, of 
Massachusetts : 

Commissioned commissioners, Janu.ary 14, 1871, to inquire into and report upon the resources of 
the country ; its political condition ; the population ; the de.sire of the people of the republic to 
become annexed to the United States ; amount of its debt, &c. 

Allan A. Burton, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary to the above commission January 14, 1871. 

EciiiKlor. 

J. C. Pickett, of Kentucky, (Charg^ d' Affaires to Peru-Bolivian Confederation :) 
Empowered, June 15, 1838, to negotiate relative to commerce and navigation. 

Delazon Smith, of Ohio: 

Special agent. Empowered December 28, 1844, concerning claims against Ecuador and the late 
republic of Colombia. 

1845. — Vincente Ramon Boca, rresident, Decemier 10. 

Vanbrugh Livingston, of New York : 

Commissioned charge d'aflaires April 10, 1848. Left November 12, 1849. 

John T. Van Alkn, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires Juno 5, 1849. Termination of service not given. Dispatch dated 
July 18, 1850, is the last one received from him while at post. Arrived in the United States Au- 
gust 8, 1850. 

COURTLAND CUSHING, of Indiana : 

Conmiissioned charg6 d'affaires September 28, 1850. Left October 31, 1853. 

1851. — Diego Noboa, President, February 25, 18.52. — Joae Maria Urbina, President, Septem- 
ber 7. 
Philo White, of WLscousin : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires July 18, 1853. Commi.ssioned minister resident June 29. 1854. Pre- 
sented credentials as such September 2, 1854. Took leave September 14, 1858. 



72 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1856. — Francisco Eohles, President, October 16. 

Charles E. Buckaxew, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned minister resident June 14, 1858. Left post for United States July 10, 1861. 

1861. — Gabriel Garcia Moreno, President, April 4. 1865. — Jeronimo Carrion, President, 

October 7. 

Frederick Hassaurek, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident March 27, 1861. Left post about January 13, 1866. Resigned 
February 19. 

L. V. Prkvost, of Maryland : 

Consul at Guayaquil ; in charge of legation from January 13 to August 2, 1866. 

William T. Coggeshall, of Ohio: 

Commissioned minister resident May 4, 1866 ; died at post August 3, 1867. D. A. XUNN, of Ten- 
nessee, commissioned minister resident April 21, 1869 ; did not proceed to post ; resigned No- 
■frember 2, 1869. 

ISQS. — Xavier Espinosa, President, January 28. 1869. — Gabriel Garcia Moreno, President. 

E. EuMSEY Wing, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned minister resident November 16, 18G9. Still in office. 

France. 

1774. — Louis XVI, King. 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary. (See ante page 53, for an account of Mr. JEFFERSON'S 
services. Appointed minister plenipotentiary under the Confederation. Left Paris September 
26, 1780.) 

"William Short, of Virginia: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires April 20, 1790. Date of letter of credence. April 6. Appointed 
secretary to Mr. JEFFERSON August, 1785. Left in charge of legation September 26, 1789, 
and retired May 16, 1792. Appointed minister resident to Holland. 

1792. — Convention. 

Gotjverneur Morris, of New York : 

Commissioned mini.ster plenipotentiary January 12, 1792. Recalled at request of Committee of 
Salut Public. Presented Mr. MONROE to Commissioner of Foreign Affairs about August 2, 
1794. 

1795. — Directory, October 31. , 

James Monroe, of Virginia : 

Commis.sioned minister plenipotentiary May 28, 1794. Recalled August 22, 1796. Took leave 
December 30, 1796. 

Charles C. Pinckney, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary September 9, 1796. Directory refused to receive him 
December 11, 1796. 

Charles C. Pinckney, of South Carolina; John Marshall, of Virginia ; and El- 
bridge Gerry, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned joint envoys exti-aordinary and ministers plenipotentiary, respectively, .June 5, 
1797, June 5, 1797, and July 22, 1797. Commissioned .jointly and severally to treat with 
■ France. GERRY was nominated in place of FRANCIS DANA, who declined. A new com- 
mission was issued to them, dated July 22, 1797. Were not officially received by Direotcry. 
TALLEYRAND ofiered to treat with GERRY only. PINCKNEY and MARSHALL left 
Paris in April, 1798. GERRY remained until July 26, 1798. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 73 

1709.— Consulate. 

Olivek ErxswouTH, of Counecticut ; William Vaxs Murkay, of Marj'land ; and 
\ViLLiA:\r R. Davie, of North Carolina: 

Commissioned joint envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary, respectively, Febrnary 
26, 1799, February 26, 1799, and June 1, 1799. 'Mr. DAVIE was nominateil in i-ilace of PAT- 
RICK HENRY, who declined April 26, 1709. Tbey left Paris in October, 1800. JAMES A. 
BATAED, of Delaware, commissioned minister plenipotentiary February 19, 1801. Did not 
serve. THOilAS SUMTER, Jr , of Soatli Carolina, coniruissioned secrotarj' of legation May 
12, 1801. Did not serve. 

EonERT R. Livingston, of New York : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary October 2, 1801. Took leave November 18, 1804. 

James Monroe, of Virginia, and Roijert R. Livingston, of New York: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, and minister plenipotentiary, 
respectively, January 12, 1803, jointly and separately to treat with France concerning the rights 
and interest.s of the United States in the river Mississippi and in the Territories eastward 
thereof. MONROE left Paris July 12, 1803, and LIVINGSTON remained as minister and 
took leave November 18, 1804. 

1804. — Napoleon I, Empnor. 
John Armstrong, of New York : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary June 30, 1804. Left Paris September 14, 1810. Mr. ARM- 
STRONG and JAISIES BOWDOIN, of Massachusetts, who was then minister plenipotentiary 
to Madrid, were commissioned commissioners plenipotentiary and extraordinary, March 17, 
1806, to treat jointly and severally with Spain concerning- territories, wrongful captures, con- 
demnations, and other injuries. Did not go to Madrid, but conducted negotiations at Paris. 
Negotiations unsuccessful. 

Jonathan Russell, of Rhode Island : 

Charg6 d'affaires. Left in charge of legation September 14, 1810. Comniissinned as charge 
d'affaires, but commission is not of record. It was sent to him November 5, 1810. Left Paris 
in November, 1811. Appointed charg6 d'affaires at London. 

Joel Barlow, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary February 27, 1811. Died at 2arnowice December 26, 1812. 
on his return to Paris from Wilna. 

\.9,U.— Louis XVIII, King, May 3. 

William H. Crawford, of Georgia: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary April 9, 1813. Took leave April 22, 1S1.5. 

Henry Jackson, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 28, 1813. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
April 22, 1815, to July 9, 1816. Superseded. 

Albert Gall-^tin, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 28, 1815. Left Paris 
May 16, 1823, on leave. Was associated with RICHARD RUSH, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to Great Britain, ^lay 22, 1818, to conclude treaties for the renewal 
of the convention of July 3, 1815, and for commerce with Great Britain. 

Daniel Sheldon, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned .secretary of legation Ai)ril 3, 1816. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
July 18 to October 6, 1817 ; from August 12 to October 27, 1818 ; and from May 16, 1823, to March 
30, 1824. 

1824. — Charles X, King of France, September IG. 
James Brown, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 9, 1823. Took leave 
Juno 28, 1829. 

John Adams S.mith, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation Juno 12, 1828. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
June 28 to October 1, 1829. Appointed secretary of legation at St. Petersburg. 



74 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

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

William C. Rives, of Virginia : 

Commissioned euv'oy extraordinary aud minister plenipotentiary April 18, 182!). Took leave Sep- 
tember 27, 1832. 

Charles Cauholl Hakper, of Marylaud : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 1, 1829. Resigned September 8, 1630. 

Nathaniel Niles, of Vermont : 

Corami.ssioned secretary of legation Kovember 9, 1S30. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim 
from September 27, 1832, to April 19, 1833. 

Leavitt Harris, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March C, 1833. Left October 1, 1833. 

Edward Livingston, of Louisiana : 

Commissi<ined envoy extraordinary aud minister jilenipotentiary May 29, 1833. Asked for his 
passports and withdrew April 28, 1835, under instructions from the President. 

Thomas P. Barton, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 29, 1833. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
May 11 to .June 11, 1834 ; from August 10 to October 12, 1834 ; and from April 28 to Xovember 
8, 1835. Withdrew by order of the President. 

Lewis Cass, of Oliio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiai-y October 4, 183G. Took leave 
November 12, 1842. 

Charles E. Anderson, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 4, 1836. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
April 3 to November 29, 1837. Resigned April 1, 1839. 

Henry Ledyard, of Michigan ; 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 7, 1839. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
November 12, 1842, to June 10, 1844. Left September 17, 1844. 

William R. King, of Alabama : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Aprii 9, 1844. Took leave Sep- 
tember 15, 1646. 

J. L. Mai!Tin, of North Carolina : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 15, 1844. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
July 4 to October 14, 1845, and from September 15, 1646, to July 24, 1647. 

1848. — Bepuhlic, February 24 ; Louis Napoleon, President, December 20. 

Richard Rush, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary aud minister plenipotentiary March 3, 1847. Took leave 
October 8, 1849. 

STEriiEX K. Stanton^ of : 

Commissioned secretary of legation .June 21, 1848. 

1852, — Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, December 2. 

William C. Rives, of Virginia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 20, 1849. Took leave May 
12, 1853. 

Henry S. Sanford, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 29, 1849. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
May 14, 1853, to January 10, 1854. Resigned January 22, 1854. • 

John Y. Mason, of Virginia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary October 10, 1853. Died at post 
October 3, 1859. 

DoNN Piatt, of Oliio : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 12, 1854. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interimfrom Jan- 
uary 18 to April 30, 1855. Resigned Ootober 4, 1855. 

O. Jenxi.n'GS Wise, of Virginia: 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 27, 18.55. Resigned June 16, 1657. 



DIPLOMATIC AGEXTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 75 

J. B. WiLBOR, of New York : 

Commissioned assistant secretaiy of legation January 1, 1857. Suiipiseded. 
W. R. Cai.uoux, of South Caroliuii: 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 15, 1857. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad hiierim from 
October 3, 1859, to February 28, 1860. Eesigued Xorember 15, 1380. 

CH.iRLES J. Faulknkr, of Virginia : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary January IG, IdGO. Took leave 
May 12, 1861. 

J.vMES G. CL.A.RKE, of NevT Hampshire : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation April 17, 18G0. Functions ceased February 1, ISC I. 

Robert M. Walsh, of Peunsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation Januaiy 7, 1861. Functions ceased May 19, 18GI. 

William L. Daytox, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 18, 1801. Died at post 
December 1, 1664. 

WiLLiAJi L. Daytox, Jr., of New Jersey : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation March 23, 1861. Resigned February 2, 1865. 

William S. Pennington, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 26, 1861. Eecalled March 17, 1865. 

John Bigelow, of New York : 

Consul-general at Paris. Acted as charg6 d'affaires adinterim from December 21, 1864. Commis- 
sioned as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 15, 1865. Presented creden- 
tials as such April 5, 18G5. Took leave December 23, 1866. 

George P. Po.meroy^, of New York : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation March 15, 1865. 

John Hay, of Illinois : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 22, 1865. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim fiom 
August 8 to September 7, 1866. Resigned March 18, 1867. 

John A. Dix, of New York : 

Commissi --ned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary September 24, 1866. Took leave 
May 23, 1869. 

WiCKHAM Hoffman, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned assistant secretai'y of legation October 10, 1566; as secretary of legation March 
18, 1867. Acted as charg6 d'aflfaires ad interim from August 28 to September 20. and from 
November 1 to November 19, 1867; from July 2 to July 14. and from August 22 to September 
4, 1868 ; from June 29 to August 23, 1869 ; from July 2 to July 18, 1870 ; from July 2 to August 
28, 1871 ; and from October 14, 1872, to January 9, 1873. Still in office. 

John W. Dix. of New York: 

Commi.s-sioned assistant secretary of legation March 18, 1807. Resigned February 12, 1869. 

Elihu B. Washburne,* of Illinois: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 17, 1869. Sti'tl in office. 
Frank Moore, of New York : 

Commissiimod assistant secretary^ of legation March 17, 18GD. Resigned, to take effect April 1, 1872 

1870. — Government of the National Defense, Septumher 4. \Qll.— Government of the French 
Republic, Adolphe Thiers, President, February 20. 1H73. — Marie E. P. 21. McMahon, 
President, May 25. 

Gratiot Wa.'^hburne, of Illinois: 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation Tebruai'y 15, 1872. Still in office. 

Germany, Federal Governiaieiit of. 

1843. — Archduke John, Provisional Administrator of the German Empire. 

Andrew J. Donelson, of Tennessee: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister phjnipotentiary August 9, 1848. Mission abol- 
ished October 10, 1849. 

* ;Mr. Washliurue was not ollicially accredited to the UoviMiimcnt of the National Defense. He pre- 
sented his credentials to the J'resident of the French Republic April 24, 1871. 



76 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Gales Seatox, of District of Columbia : 

Coinniissioned secretary of legation Marcli 19, lt'49. Mission abolished October 10, 1819. 

Oorinaii Kinpire. (See Pnlssia.) 
1871. — William I, Emperor, January 18. 

Gkorge Bancroft, of New York : 

Cominissioncd envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 31, 1871. Still inoffice. 

ALEXAxnEH Bliss, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation to Prussia June 10, 1867. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad 
interhnhom July 7 to July 21, 1872; from November 11, 1872, to January 20, 1873; and from 
August 2 to August II, 1873. Still in office. 

Nicholas Fish, of New York : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation May 22, 1871. Appointment took effect July 1, 1871. 
Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from October 27 to November 11, 1872. Still in office. 

Great Britain. 

1760.— Giwge III, King. 

Thomas Pinckney, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary January 12, 1792. Took leave July 28, 1796. GOUVER- 
NEDR MOKRIS, of New York, was named by President Washington, October 13, 1789, an 
agent to inquire as to whether there be any and what objections on the part of Great Britain 
to now perform those articles in the treaty which remain to be performed, and whether they 
are inclined to negotiate a commercial treaty. 

John Jay, of New York : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary April 19, 1794. May 6, 1794, was empowered to negotiate 
respecting the non-execution or infr.action of the armistice of January 20, 1783, or the treaty of 
peace of September 3, 1783; or the instructions of His Majesty to his ships of war, of whatever 
date, but especially on the 8th of June and 6th of November, 1794, and the 8tb of January, 1794 ; 
or restitution or compensation in the cases of capture and seizure made by his ships, and also 
concerning commerce. (Pour powers were given to Mr. JAY, all dated May 6, 1794 : 1st, as 
above ; 2d, excluding the parts relative to instructions to ships of war, compensation for capture, 
and commerce ; 3d, to treat concerning compensation for capture ; and, 4th, commerce.) Took 
leave April 8, 1795. Mr. JAY was Chief Justice while holding this mission. 

RuFUS King, of New York : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary May 20, 1796. Took leave May 18, 1803. Empowered, 
Febi'uary 7, 1799, to negotiate a treaty of amity and commerce with Russia. Mil. CHRISTO- 
PHER GORE, a member of the mixed commission sitting at London under treaty of 1794, acted 
as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 10 to November 20, 1802. 

James Monroe, of Virginia, and William Pinkney, of Maryland : 

Commissioned ministers plenipotentiaiy, Mr. MONROE April 18, 1803, and Mr. MONROE and 
Mr. PINKNEY were jointly and severally commissioned May 12. 1806, as commissioners for 
the settlement of dilferences with Great Britain and establishing commerce. Mr. MONROE, 
and ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON, of New York, who was then minister plenipotentiary to 
Paris, were confided, January 12, 1803, with a joint mission to treat with France concerning the 
rights and interests of the United States in the river Mississippi, and in the Territories east- 
ward tht^reof. At the same time MONROE was also joined with CHARLES C. PINCKNEY, 
of South Carolina, who was then minister plenipotentiary at Madrid, to treat witli Si)ain on the 
same subjects. Mr. MONROE took leave of the British court October 7, 1807, and Mr. PINK- 
NEY May 7, 1811, leaving JOHN SPEAR SMITH in charge of the legation till November 15, 
181L 

Jonathan Russell, of Rhode Island : 

Commis.sioned charg6 d'affaires. Commission sent with an instruction of the 27th July, 1811, is 
not of record. Mr. RLiSSELL was received l)y the British government November 15, 1811. 
Received pa.ssport, at bis request, September 2, 1812. 

Albekt Gallatin, of Peuusylvania ; John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts; and 
Ja:mks a. Bayard, of Delaware : 

Commissioned envoys extraordin.ary and ministers plenipotentiary April 17, 1813, with power, 
jointly and severally, to conclude, at St. Petersburg, a peace with Great Britain. The Senate 
rejected Mr. GALLATIN July 19, 1813, when a new commission was issued to Mr. ADAMS 
and Mr. BAYARD. Groat Britain rcfu.siug to treat at St. Petersburg, a new commission was 
issued. (Seepoii.) 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OP THE UNITED STATES. 77 

Leavitt Harris, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary to foregoing raissiou April 22, 1813. Appointed charge d'affaires to 
Russia. 

John Quixcy Adams, of Massachusetts; James A. Bayard, of Delaware; Henry 
Clay, of Kentucky ; Jonathan Russell, of Rhode Islautl ; and Albert Gallatin, 
of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned ministers plenipotentiary and extraordinary, respectively, January 18, 1814, 
January 18, 1S14, .January 18, 1814, January 18, 18H, and February 9, 1814, with power to nego- 
tiate and conclude a treaty of peace and a treaty of commerce. 

Christopher Hughes, Jr., of Maryland : 

Commissioned secretary to above mission February 3, 1814. 

John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Couuiiissioned euvoj' extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 28, 1815. Took leave 
May 14, 1817. 

John Adams Smith, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned secretary of legation .September 8, 1815. Acted- as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
May 14 to December 22, 1817, and from May 13 to November 11, 1»25. Appointed secretary of 
legation at Madrid. 

Ib20. — George IV, King. 

Richard Rush, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary October, 1817 ; confirmed De- 
cember 16 ; took leave April 27, 1825. ALBERT GALLATIN, of Pennsylvania, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to France, was associated with him. May 22, 1818, to 
conclude treaties for the renewal of the convention of July 3, 1815, and for commerce. 

Henry Middleton, of South Carolina, (E. E. and M. P. to Russia:) 

Empowered, July 29, 1823, to negotiate with Great Britain and Eu.s-sia, jointly, concerning com- 
merce and navigation, fisheries, abolition of the African slave-trade, and concerning the prin- 
ciples of maritime war and neutrality. 

RUEUS King, of New York: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister ])lenipotentiary May 5,1825. lietired June 10, 
1826. 

John A. King, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 5, 182.5. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 
15 to August 8, 1826. Resigned August 12, 1826. 

Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinarj- and minister plenipotentiaiy May 10, 1826. Embarked for the 
TJiiited States October 8, 1827. 

William Beach Lawrence, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 8, 1820. Instructed to act as charg6 d'affaires ad interim, 
aud acted from October 4, 1827, to September 2, 1828. Loft his post October 15, 1828, having pre- 
viously resigned. 

James Barbour, of Virginia: 

Comujissioued envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 23, 1828. Uis successo 
presented September 23, 1829. 

1830.— William IV, King. 

Louis McLane, of Delaware: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 1?, 162'J. Sailed for the 
United States June 19, 1831. 

Washington Irving, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 1, 1829. Acted as cliarg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 
17 to September 21, 1831. llosigiied September 22, 1831. 

Martin Van Buren, of New York : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinaiy and minister plenipotentiary August 1, 1831. Took leave 
March 19, 1832, his appointment not having l)i!en coiitirmrd by tlio Senate. 



78 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. , 

Aarox Vail, of New York : 

Commissioned .secretary of legation August 1, 1831. Left in charge on retirement of Mr. TAN 
BUIIEX. Comniissioned as charg6 d'affaires July 13, 1832. Kecommissioned as secretary 
Aprli 0, 183fl. Superseded. 

l-^ST. — Victoria I, Queen, June 20. 

AxDREW Stevkxson, of Virginia : 

Corunii.s.sioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 16, 1830. Took leave 
Octoler 21, 1841. Empowered, November 7, 1837, to negotiate with Greece concerning commerce 
and navigation. 

Theodore S. Fay, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation December 2C, ls36. Appointed secretary of legation at 
Berlin. 

Benjamin Eush, of Peausj'lvaTiia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 21, 1837. Left July 31, 1841. 

Edward Everett, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary September 13, 1841. Took leave 
August 8, 1845. 

Francis Robert Rives, of Vii-giuia : 

Commissioned secretary of legatiou August 24, 1842. Resigned February 3, 1845. 

LotJis McLane, of Maryland: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 16, 1845. Left August 
18, 1846. 

Gansevoort Melville, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 8, 1845. Died at his post. 

James McHenry Boyd, of Missouri : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 19, 1846. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad intfrim from 
August 18 to November 1, 1846. Superseded. 

George Bancroft, of New Y^ork : 

(Jommissioued envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary September 9, 1846. Left August 
31,1849. 

John R. Bkodiiead, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 8, 1846. Left August 2, 1849. 

J. C. Bancroft Davis, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legatiou June 7, 1849. Acted as cliargd d'affaires ad interim from 
August 31 to October 10, 1349; from September 11 to October 22, 1851; and from January 16 to 
February 18, 1852. Resigned, to take effect November 30, 1852. 

Abbott Lawrence, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 20, 1849 Resigned. 
Delivered archives to his successor September 30, 1852. 

Joseph R. Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania : 

Coni7nissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 21, 1852. Took leave 
August 23, 1853. 

William H. Trescott, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned secretary of legation December 30, 1852. Resigned, to take effect early in May, 1853. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 11, 1853. Took leave 
March 15, 1857. Empowered, July 6, 1853, to negotiate convention with Bavaria coucerniug e.x 
tradition, and with Hanover, December 18, 1854, on same subject. 

D.vniel E. Sickles, of New York: 

Commissioned secretary of legatiou July 30, 1853. Retired December 16, 1854. 

John Appleton, of Maine : 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 19. 1855. Retired November 16, 1855. Mr. APPLE- 
TON had been commissioned May 20, 1853, but did not thenaccex)t. Was commissioned charg6 
d'affaires ad interim October 27, 1855. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 79 

George M. Dallas, of Pemisylvauia: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 4, 1850. Took leave 
May 16, 1861. 

Philip N. Dallas, of Peuusjlvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 19, 1856. Was relieved by bis successor May 16, 
1861. 

Charles Francis Adams, of Massacliuaetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 20,1861. Took leave 
May 13, 1863. Empowered, about September 23, 1862, to negotiate a treaty of commerce and 
navigation with Liberia. 

Charles L. Wilson, of Illiuois: 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 23, 1861. Resigned July 15, 1864. 

Benjamin Mohan, of Peniisylvania: 

Appointed salaried clerk in the legation February 1, 1855; commissioned assistant secretary of 
legation January 1, 1857; secretary of legation July 29, 1864. Has acted as charg6 d'affairos ad 
inJerijn as follows : From August 10 to September 5, 1865 ; from September 25 to November 23, 
1866 ; from May 13 to August 18, 1868 ; from May 13 to Juno 2, 1869 ; from December 6, 1870, to 
Juno 5, 1871 ; from August 14 to September 23, 1871 ; from October 10 to December 10, 1872 ; from 
October 21 to iSTovember 21, 1873 ; and from February 22, 1874. Still in charge. 

Dennis R. Alward, of New York: 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation September 29, 1864. Resigned, to take effect July 1, 

1868. 

Eeverdy Johnson, of Marylaml : 

Corairissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 12, 1868. Took leave by 
letter May 12. 1869. 

Edward C. Johnson, of Maryland : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation June 23, 1868. Retired May 21, 1S69. 

J. Lothrop Motley, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 13, 1869. Took leave De- 
cember 6, 1870. FREDERICK T. FRELIKGHUTSEN, of New Jersey, was commissioned en- 
voy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 15, 1H70, but declined. OLIVER P. MOR- 
TON, of Indiana, was commissioned September 23, 1670, but declined. 

Adam Badeau, of Now York : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation April 21, 1869. Resigned December 6, 1869. 
E. S. Nadal, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation January 28, 1870. Left July 14, 1871. 

Robert C. Schenck, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 22, 1870. Still in office. 

Ha:milton Fish, Secretary of State ; Robert C. Schenck, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to Great Britain ; Samuel Nelson, associate justice of tho 
Supreme Conrt of tho United States; Ebenezer R. Hoar, of Massachusetts : and 
George H. Williams, of Oregon, 

Commissioned, February 10 1871, jointly and severally, to bo commissioners on the part of the 
United States in a joint high commission between the United States and Great Britain for set- 
tling the differences between the two powers. May 2, 1671, they were appointed plenipotentia- 
ries with power to sign a treaty. 

J. C. Bancroft Davis, Assistant Secretary of State : 

Appointed secretary of the American commissioners in the joint high commission February 
14, 1871. 

Maxwell Woodhull, of the District of Columbia: 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation May 12, 1871. Resigned June 7, 1872. 
William II. Cheksebrough, of New York: 

Commissioned assistant secretary of legation June 8, 1872. Previously commissioned March 17, 
1871, but declined. Still in office. 

Crceco. 

186^.— George I, King, October 31. 
Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia, (E, E. and M. P. to Great Britain :) 

Empowered, November 7, 1837, to negotiate a treaty c f commerce and navigation. 



so DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Charles K. Tuckerman, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resicleut March 11, 1868. Took leave November 4, 1871. 

John M. Francis, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident May 15, 1871. Left on leave June 25, and resigned, to take effect 
Jfovember 7. 1873. 

J. Meredith Read, Jr., of New York : 

Commis.sionod minister resident November 7, 1873. Still in office. 
Ountcinala. (Sec Central America.) 

Elijah HiSK, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned cbarg6 d'affaires March. 31, 1848. Was authorized to conclude a treaty of com- 
merce with San Salvador. Took leave of that government June 19, 1849, and of the govern- 
ment of Guatemala June 21, 1849. 

E. George Squier, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires Ajiril 2, 1849. Was authorized to conclude treaties of commerce 
with Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador. Left Nicaragua on leave about June 
25, 1850; removed September 13. BALIS M. EDNEY, of North Carolina, was commissioned 
charg6 d'affaires August 30, 18.52, but did not ijroceed to his post; commission revoked February 
16, 1853. 

1851. — Rafael Carrera, Fresident, Odober 22. 
Solon Borland, of Arkansas : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Aiiril 18, 1853. JOHN SEI- 
DELL, of Louisiana, was commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoteutiarj' March 
29, 1853, but declined. JOHN ELI AS W AEREN was commissioned secretary of legation April 
6, 18.53, but declined. Mr. BORLAND was also accredited to Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, 
and Salvador. Did not present his credentials to government of Guatemala. Left Nicaragua 
April 17, 1854. Resigned, to take effect June 30, 1854. 

Frederick A. Beelen, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 28, 1853. Appointed secretary of legation in Chili 
August 2, 18.54. 

John L. Marling, of Tennessee: 

Commissioned minister resident August 2, 1854. Left on leave May 8. Resigned October 2, 185(5, 
and died on the 10th. 

William E. Venable, of Tennessee : 

Commis.sioned minister resident Marcli 14, 1857. Died in -Guatemala August 22, 1857, before 
presenting his credentials. 

Beverly L. Clarke, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned minister resident January 7, 1858; also accredited to Honduras. Died in Guate- 
mala March 17, 1860. 

Elisha O. Ckosby, of New York: 

Commissioned minister resident Marcli 22, 1861. Took leave June 13, and left Guatemala June 
22, 1864. WILLIAM KELLOGG, of Illinois, was commissioned minister resident April 21, 
1864, but did not servo. 

18()5. — Viucente Cerna, Fresident, April. 

FiTZ Henry Warren, of Iowa: 

Commissioned minister resident August 12, 1865. Took leave August 11, 1860. 
1871. — Miguel Garcia Granados, Fresident, Jnlij I. 
Silas A. Hudson, of Iowa : 

Commissioiu'd minister resident April 22, 1869. Left, on leave, October 12, 1872. Mission con- 
solidated with missions to other Central American States July 1, 1873. 

1873. — /. Ilnffino Barrios, Fresident, June 4. 

George Williamson, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned minister resident May 17, 1873, to take effect July 1, 1873 , also accredited to Costa 
Kica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador. Still in office. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 81 

Hanover. 

Henry Whkatox, of New Yitrk, (E. E. ami M. P. to Prussia :; 

Empowered, December 15, 1837, to negotiate a treaty of commerce and navigation. 

A. Dudley Mann, of Ohio : 

Special agent. Empowered, March 27, 181C, to negotiate a treaty of commerce and navigation. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, (E. E. and M. P. to Great Britain :) 
Empowered, December 18, 1854, to negotiate a treaty of extradition. 

Norman B. Judd, of Illinois, (E. E. aud M, P. to Prussia :) 

Empowered, July 25, 1861, to treat concerning tlie abolition of the .stadt dues. 

Jliitvaii. 

1833. — Kamehamclia III, Kimj, March. 
George Brown, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned commissioner March 3, 1843. Left June 20, 1846. 

Anthony Ten Eyck, of Micbij^an: 

Commissioned commissioner April 19, 1845. Services terminated December 31, 1849. 

Charles Eames, of New York : 

Commissioned commissioner January 12. 1849. Met Mr. JTJDD, His Hawaiian Majesty's plenipo- 
tentiary, at San Francisco, and there concluded a treaty of amity, commerce, aud uavigatiou. 
Resigned October 22, 1S49. 

LuTiiKK Severexce, of Maine: 

Commissioned commissioner June 7, 1850. Took leave December 20, 1853. SHELTON F. LEAKE, 
of Virginia, was commissioned commissioner May 24, 1853, but declined Juno 4, 1853. 

1854. — Kainehameha IF, King, December 15. 

David L. Gregg, of Illinois: 

Commissioned commissioner July 6, 1S53. Left May 25, 1858. 

James W. Borden, of Indiana : 

Couuulssioned commissioner January 11, 1858. Left June 15, 1861. 

Thomas J. Dryer, of Oregon : 

Commissioned commissioner March 26, 1861. Left June 19, 1863. 

1863. — Kamehamcha V, Kiiifj, November 20. 

Ja.mes McBride, of Oregon: 

Commissioned minister resident March 9, 1863. Left Honolulu July 27, 1866. 

Edward M. McCook, of Colorado: 

Commi.ssioned minister resident March 21, 1866. HEXRT B. ROUSE acted as charg6 d'affaires 
ad interim from about November 21, 1866, to June 21, 1867. MORGAN L. SMITH, United 
States consul at Honolulu, acted from September 25, 1867, until February 26, 1868, when he 
resigned and placed Z. S. SPALDING, vice-consul, in charge, who served until about July 17, 
1868. Mr. McCOOK left Honolulu on leave December 5, 1868, and resigned April 15, 18G9. 
On his departure he placed ELIAS PERKINS, consul at Lahaina, iu charge, who served until 
'July 19, 1869. 

Henry A. Peihce, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned minister resident jMay 10, 1669. Still in office. 

1873. — Lunalilo, Ki'ifj, January 9, 1874. — Kalakaiia, Febriiart/ 13. 

Ilayti. 

18.59. — Fahre Geffrard, President. 

Benjajiin F. Whidden, of New Hampshire : 

Commissioned commissioner and consul-general July 12, 1862. Left his post February 23, 1865. 

H. E. Peck, of Ohio : 

Commissioned commissioner and consul-general March 14, 1865. Commissioned minister resident 
and consul-general August 6, 1866. Presented credentials as such October 11, 1866. Died at 
post June 9, 1807. 

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82 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1867. — Sylvain Salnave, President, June 14. 

Gideon H. Hollister, of Connecticut: 

Coiumissioned minister resideut and consul-general February 5, 1868. Took leave September 7, 1869. 

1870. — General Xissage Saget, President, March 19. 

Ebenezer D. Bassett, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned minister resident and consul-general April 16, 1869. SHU in office. 

Hesse Cns^cl. 

Henry Wheaton, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia :) 

Empowered, November 18, 1843, to treat concerning the abolition of the droit d'aubaine and taxes 
on emigration. 

George Bancroft, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia :) 
Empowered, May 25, 1868, to treat concerning naturalization. 

Houdtiras. (See Central America.) 

Solon Borland, of Arkansas : 

Commissioued envoy extraordinary and ministerplenipetentiary April 18, 1853. JOHN' SLIDELL, 
of Louisiana, was commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 29, 
1853, but declined. JOHISr ELIAS WAEREN was commissioned secretary of legation April 6, 
1853, but declined. Mr. BORLAND was also accredited to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, 
and Salvador ; did not present his credentials to the government of Honduras ; left Nicaragua 
April 17, 1854 ; resigned, to take eti'ect June 30, 1854. 

Frederick A. Beelen, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 23, 1853. Appointed secret.ary of legation in Chili 
August 2, 1854. 

1855. — Santos Guardiola, President. 1860. — Re-elected February 1. 

Beverly L. Clarke, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned minister resideut .January 14, 1858 ; also accredited to Guatemala ; died at Guate- 
mala March 17, 1860. HEZEKIAH G. WELLS, of Michigan, was commissioned minister 
resident August 7, 1801 ; declined October 19, 1861. JACOB M. HOWARD, of Michigan, was 
commissioned November 7, 1861, but declined November 16. 

186-.i. — Victoriano Castellanos, Provisional President, January 11. 

James R. Partridge, of Maryland: 

Commissioned minister resident February 10, 1862. Terminated his services June 6, 1863. Ap- 
pointed minister resident to Salvador. 

1863.— Jose -F. Monies, Provisional President. I'rioi.—Josif .Maria Medina, President, elected 

February. 1866. — Be-elected February. 

Thomas H. Clay, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned minister resident April 16, 1863. Delivered archives to successor August 10, 1866. 

1869. — Jose Maria Medina re-elected. 

Richard H. Rousseau, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned minister resideut May 14, 1866. Left for United States about June 1, 1869. 

Henry Baxter, of Michigan : 

Commissioned minister resideut April 21, 1869. Took leave about June 30, 1873. Mission consoli- 
dated with missions to other Central American States July 1, 1873. 

George Williamson, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned minister resident May 17, 1873, to take effect July 1 ; also accredited to Costa Rica, 
Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Salvador. Still in office. 

It«ly. (See Sardinia and Two Sicilies.) 

186\. — Ficlor Emanuel 11. King, March 17. 

George P. Marsh, of V(^rnu)nt: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister iilonipotentiary March 20, 1861. Still in office. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 83 

Green Clay, of Kentucky : 

Comraiasionod secretary of legation April 10, 1862. WILLIAM H. FRY, of New York, was com- 
missioned secretary of legation March 2", 1861; did not proceed to post; superseded by Mr. 
CLAY. Mr. CLAY acted as cliarse d'all'aires ad interim from August 4 to October 3, 1866, aud 
from August 17 to November 2, 1867. llcsigncd July 12, 1868. 

T. BiGELOW Lawrence, of Massachusetts : « 

Consul-general at Florence. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August '.i to October 3, 1866. 

Henry P. Hay, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 25, 1668. Left for the United States May 12, 1869. 

George W. Wurts, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 16, 1869. Acted as charge d'affairs ad interim from 
August 13 to September 11, and from October 21 to November 20, lS(i!) ; from July 11 to Au- 
gust 21, 1870; from AugUist 24 to October 24, 1871; from .Inly 1 to August 30, 1872; and from 
August 2 to October 1, 1873. Still in office. 

Jai>»ii. 

Edmund Roberts, of New Hampshire: 

Special agent. Instructed, October 28, 1832, to present himself at Japan for the purpose of opening 
trade. Nothing was accomplished. CALEB CUSHING, commissioner to China, on August 
14, 1844, was empowered to negotiate a treaty of navigation and commerce. These powers were 
transferred, April 16, 1845, to ALEXANDER H. EVERETT. 

John H. Auijck, commodore : 

Empowered, May 30, 1851, to obtain permission to purchase supplies for United States steamers 
and to negotiate a treaty of amity and commerce. 

Matthew C. Perry, commodore : 

November 13, 1852, the powers of Commodore Auliclv were transferreil to Commodore PERRY. 

TowNSEND Harris, of New York : 

Commissioned consul-general September 8,1855. Commissioned minister resident January 19, 
1859. Presented credentials as such January 19, 18,59. Took leave April 26, 1862. 

Robert H. Pruyn, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident October 12, 1861. Left on leave April 28, 1865. Resigned October 
25, 1865. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, of New York, was commissioned minister resident Novem- 
ember 15, 1865, and declined December 4. 

A. L. C. Portman, of New York : 

Commissioned interpreter to legation June 27, 1861. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
April 28, 1665, to August 13, 1866. Suspended September 16, 1870. 

Robert B. Van V.\lkenburgh, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident January 18, 1860. Took leave November 11, 1809. 

Charles E. De Long, of Nevada : 

Commissioned minister resident April 21, 18G9. Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary July 14, 1870. Presented credentials as such June 9,1871. Took leave October 
7, 1873. J. C. HEPBURN was commissioned interpreter to legation April 6, 1871, but declined 
June 15. 
Charles O. Shepard, of New York : 

Consul at Ivanagawa. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from September 6 to Novembers, 1871, 
and from December 23, 1871, to August 10, 1872. 

Nathan E. Rice, of Maine : 

Conmiissioned interpreter to legation March 21, 1872. Still in office. 

Egbert De Long Berry, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 5, 1872. Suspended August 6, 1873. 

John A. Bingham, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordiuary and minister plenipotentiary May 31, 1873. Still in office. 

Durham W. Stevens, of the District of Cohimbia: 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 6, 1872. Still in office. 

1.CW C!Iiew. 

Matthew C. Perky, commodore: 

Concluded an agreement for the treatment of Americans at Lew Chew, July 11, 1854. 



84 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Liiberia. 

1862. — Stephen Allen Benson, rresident. 

CiiAKLES Francis Adams, ofMasssachusetts, (E. E. and M. P. to Great Britain :) 
Empowered about September 23, 1862, to coneliule a treaty of commerce aud navigation. 

Abraham Hen^on, of Wisconsin : 

Commissioned commissioner and consul-general June 8, ISG.!. JOHN J. HEXRY, of Delaware. 
wa.s commissioned commissioner and consul-general March 11, 1863; resigned May 19. Mr. 
HENSON died at post July 20, 1866 

1864— DainVZ B. Warner, Bresident, 2Tay r,. 18m.- Be-elccted. 

» 

John Seys, of Ohio : 

Comrai.ssioned minister resident and consul-general October 8, 1866 ; loft post about June 10, 1870. 
FKANCIS E. DUMAS, of Louisiana, was commissioned minister resid(!nt and consul general, 
April 21, 1869 ; declined May 5. 

1868. — James Spriggs Payne, President, January 6. 1870. — Edward Joseph lioye, Presi- 
dent, January 3, 1872. — J. J. lioberts, President, January 1. 

J. Milton Turner, of Missouri : 

Commissioned minister resident and consul-general March 1, 1871. Still in office. 

Madagasfsir. 

John P. Finkelmeier, of New Jersey, (Commercial Agent at Taniatave:) 

Verbally instrtioted. Concluded a treaty concerning commerce, rights of citizens and consuls, 
February 11, 1867. 

rHecIcleiibsirg'— Scliwerin . 

A. Dudley Mann, of Ohio: 

Special agent. Empowered, March 28, 1846, to negotiate a treaty of commerce and navigation. 

Mexico. 

1822. — Iturhlde, Emperor. 1824. — Gnadupe Victoria, President, Oclohcr 10. IS29.— Vicente 

Guerrero, April 1. 

Joel E. Poinsett, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 8, 182."). Gen. ANDREW 
JACKSON" was c'omissioned as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipot<'ntiary to Mexico 
January 27, 1823. He declined the appointment, and NINIAN EDWARDS was commissioned 
March 4, 1824. April 22. 1824, he was instructed not to proceed to his post, in consequence of 
charges made by him against W. H. CRAWFORD, Secretary of the Treasury. JOHN MASON, 
Jr., -was commissioned secretary of legation January 27, 1823, but did not go to his post. Mr. 
POINSETT was commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to congress 
of Panama, which was to re-assemble at Tacubaya February 12, 1827. Took leave of Mexican 
government December 25, 1829. 

1827. — General Pedraza, President. 1829. — Vicente Guerrero, President, April 1. 1830. — 
Anastasio Busiemente, President, January 1. 1832. — Manuel Gomez Pedraza, President, 
December 2i. 1833. — Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, President, April 1. 1834. — Valentin 
Gomez Farias, President, December Ki. 1S35. — Miguel Barragan, President ad interim, 
January 28. 1836. — Jose Justo Corro, President ad interim, February 27. 

Anthony Butler, of Mississippi : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires October 12, 1829. The credentials of his successor were presented 
May 11,1836. 

1836. — Anastasio Bustamente, President, April 19. 1841. — Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, 

Dictator, October 10. 

Powhatan Ellis, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires January 5, 1836. Demanded his pas.sports and withdrew the 
legation from Mexico December 28, 1836. Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary February 15, 1839. Took leave April 21, 1842. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 85 

Thomas H. Ellis, of Virginia : 

Comiiiissioneil secretar5- of legation March 2, 1S39. Ilesigucd May 20, 18-lL 

Bkantz Mavkk, of Maryland : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 10, 1841. Superseded June 9, 1643. 

1843. — Valentin Canalizo, President, {sulstitute,) October 4. 

Waddy Thompsox, of South Carolina : 

Comniissioued envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 10, 1842. Took leave 
March 9, 1844. 

1844. — Antonio Lopez cle Santa Anna, Fresidcnt, June 4. 

Benjamin E. Green, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 24, 1843. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
March 9 to September 1, 1844. 

1844. — Jose J. de Herrera, President ad interim, December 7. 

Wilson Shannon, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 9, 1844. Diplomatic inter- 
course having been suspended he demanded his passports and left Mexico May 14, 1845. 

1845. — Jo.se J. de Rerrera, President, September 16. 1846. — Mariano Paredes, President, 

January 4. 

John Slidell, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary November 10, 1845. Mexican 
government declined, March 12, 1846, to receive him. Resigned January 26, 1847. 

William S. Parrott, of Virginia : 

Confidential agent to restore suspended intercourse between Mexico and the United States, ap- 
pointed March 28, 1845. Commissioned secretary of legation November 20, 1845. Superseded 
by apppointment of ROBERT M. WALSH. MOSES T. BEACH, confidential agent to bring 
about peace between Mexico and the United States, appointed November 21, 1846. 

1M6.— Mariano Salas, Dictator, August o. 1846. — Antonio Lopez Santa de Anna, President, 
December 23. 1847. — Pedro M. Anaya, President ad interim, Xovcmber 13. 1848. — Man- 
uel I'ena y Pciia, President ad interim, January 8. 

Nicholas P. Trist, of Vii-ginia, (Chief Clerk of Department:) 

Commissioned commissioner April 15, 1847. Services terminated about February 12, 1848. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, of Arkansas, and Nathan Clifford, of Maine : 

Commissioned commissioners, with rank of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary, 
March 14, and March 18, 1848. Mr. SEVIER took leave June 4, 1848. iSIr. CLIFFORD pre- 
sented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, October 2, 1848. Took 
leave September 6, 1849. 

Robert M. Walsh, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned .secretary of legation March 14, 1848. Acted as charg6 d'alfaircs ad interim from 
October 31, 1848, to January 30, 1849, and from September C, 1849, to February 7, 1850, when his 
functions ceased. 

1848. — Jos^ J. de Rerrera, President, June 3. 

Nath.\jj Clifford, of Maine : 

Commissioned envoy extraordin.ary and minister i)leuipoteutiarj' July 28, 1848. Took leave Sep- 
tember 6, 1849. 

1851. — Mariano Arista, President, January 15. 

EOBERT P. Letcher, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 9, 1849. Left August 
3, 18.52. 

Buckingham Smith, of Florida : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 9, 1850. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
January 26 to October 8, 1851. Recalled February 2, 1872. 



86 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

William Rich, of Massachusetts : 

Conimissioiiod secretary of legation January 22, 1852. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
August 3 to November 30, 1852. 

18r)3. — Jiion B. Cchallos), Prei^idenf ad interim, January 6. 18.")'.?. — Manud if. Lomhardini, 
rresideni ad interim, February 8. 1853. — Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Dictator, April 20. 

Alfred Conkling, of New York : 

CommissioueJ envoy extraordinary and minister pleniijotentiary August 6, 1852. Took leave- 
August 17, 1853. 
John S. Ckipps, of C;\lifoinia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 13, 1853. Acted as claarg6 d'affaires ad interim from Jau- 
uiiuy — to June 4, 1854, and from May — to August — , 1856. Recalled August IG, 1856. 

1855. — Juan Alvarez, President, October 4. 1855. — Ignacio Conionfort, Dictator, Decem- 
ber 11. 

James Gadsden, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 24, 18.53. Took leave Octo- 
ber 23, 1856. ' 

1857. — Ignacio Conionfort, President, December 1. 1858. — Benito Juarez, President ad 
interim, (in Guanajuato,) Jaunary 19; (at Vera Cruz,) May 8. 1858. — Felix Zuloaga, 
President, {in citij of Mexico,) January 23. 1859. — Miguel Miramon, President, (in city of 
Mexico,) February 2. « 

John Forsyth, of Alabama : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 21, 185(). Demanded bis 
passports and withdrew legation from Mexico October 20, 1858. 

Walker Fearn, of Alabama : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 21, 185G. 

Robert M. McLane, of Maryland : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 7, 1860. Took leave De- 
cember 22, 1860. 

Henry Roy dp: la Reintkie, of California : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 7. 1859. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
September 1 to Jfovember21, 1859. Kesigued December 14, 1859. 

Charles le Doux Elgeb, of Lousiaua: 

Commissioned secretary of legation January 16, 1860. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
January 23 to March 28, 1860; from July 10 to about October 20, 1870; and froai December 22' 
18G0, to January 30, 1861. Resigned December 22, 1860. 
John B. Weller, of California : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary November 17,1860. Took leave 
May 14, 1861. 

18G1. — Benito Juarez, President, June. 
Thomas Corwin, of Ohio : 

Commisioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 22, 1861 ; left post on leave 
April 27, and resigned September 1, 1864. JOIIN A. LOGAN, of Illinois, was commissioned 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, November 14, 1865, but declined. 

William H. Corwin, of Ohio : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 27, 1861. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
April 27, 1864, to April 21, 1866. Recalled November 22, 1865. 

Lewis D. CAMruELL, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 4, 1866. Did not reach 
Mexico. Resigned .June 10, 1867. WILLIAM A.. BROWNING-, of Tennessee, was commis- 
sioned secretary of legation November 14, 1865. Died before leaving the United States. 

Edward Lee Plumb, of New York: 

Coinmis.sioned secretary of legation November 5, 1866. Acted as eharg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
August 15, 1867, to December 10, 1868. Resigned December 10, 1868. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES, 87 

1867. — Benito Juarez, President, December 1. 

Makcus Otterboukg, of Wisconsin : 

Consul at ^loxico. Acted as charg6, d'affaires ad interim from April 21, 18G6, to August 20, 
1807, wluni lie presented liis ciedtmtials as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, 
for which ho was commissioned July 1, 1SG7. Took leave September 7, 1807. 

William S. Rosecrans, of Ohio : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister pleaipotentiary July 27, 1868. Took leave June 
26, 1869. 

1871. — * Benito Juarez, lWside)it, Decemher 1. 1872. — Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada, President 

ad interim, July 19; President December 1. 

Thomas H. Nelson, of Indiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 16, 18C9. Took leave .Tune 
16, 1873. 

James St. Clair Boal, of Illinois: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 2 1 , 1869. Superseded. 

Porter C. Bliss, of the District of Columbia: 

Commissioned secretary of letjation July 12, 1870. Aqted as cliarse d'atfaires ad interim from 
October 1, 1872, to January 8, 1873. Still in ojice. 

John W. Foster, of Indiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiarj* March 17, 1873. aiill in office. 

I?Iorooeo. 

David Humphries, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned commissioner plenipotentiary March 13,1795, to nei^otiate a treaty of amity and 
commerce. 
James E.Leib, of Pennsylvania, (Consul at Tangier:) 

Empowered, July 4, 1835, to negotiate a treaty of navigation and commerce. 

Jesse H. McM.vtii, of Ohio, (Consul at Tangier :) 

Empowered, November 1, 1801, to negotiate a treaty for the maintenance of Cape Spartel light- 
house, on Morocco coast. 

Edmund Roberts, of New Hampshire: 

Special agent. Empowered, January 26, 1832, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. 

Nassau. 

Henry Wheaton, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia:) 

Empowered to negotiate for the abolition of droit d'aubainc and taxes on emigration. 

Nctbcrlaiitls. 

1751 to Vdb.— lf'ilUam V. Stadtholder. 

William Short, of Virginia: 

Commissioned minister resident .January 16, 1792. Left the Hague December 19, 1792, on a diplo- 
matic mission to Madrid. 

John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned minister resident May 30, 1791. Took leave June 20, 1797. 

Tilo.M.is BoYLESTON Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from October 19, 1795, to Ma.y 31, 1796. 

1795 to 1806. — Batavian Republic. 1806. — Louis Bonaparte, King, June 5. 1810. — Abdi- 
cated Jalij 1. 18i;5. — Holland united to France. William I proclaimed Sorereign Prince 
Decemher 6. 1815 — Assumed the style of King of the Xctherlands March 0. 

William Vans Murray, of Maryland : 

Cominissioned minister resident March 2, 1797. Took leave September 2, 1801. 

* Died July 19, 1872. 



88 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

William Eustis, of Massachusetts : 

Coiiiinissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 19, 1814. Tooli leave 
May 5, 1818. 

Alexander H. Evekett, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation January 21, 1815. Acted as charge d'aifaires ad interim from 
May 1 to July 15, 1815. 

Albert Gallatin, of Peunsjlvauia, and William Eu.stis, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned joint envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary April 5, 1817. Mr. GAL 
LA.TIN left The Hague September 22, 1817, and Mr. EUSTIS took leave May 5, 1818. 

J. J. Appleton, of Massachusetts : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from October 20, 1817, to April 18, 1818, and from May 5, 
1818, to January 4, 1819. 

Alexander H. Everett, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned charge d'aifaires June 27, 1818. Left April 7, 1824. 

Christopher Hughes, Jr., of Maryland : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March !), 1825. Left February 1. 1830. Was instructed, 
March 24, ls25, to stop at Copenhagen and endeavor to procnre a satisfactory adjustment of the 
claims growing out of the spoliations committed under the Banish flag on the commerce of the 
TTuited States. 

William P. Preble, of Maine : 

Commissioned envoj- extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 1, 1820. Left about May 
2, 1831. 

AuGUSTE D.WEZAC, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 11, 1829. Acted as charg6 d'affairs ad interim from 
May 2, to about December 30, 1831, when he presented his credentials as charge d'affaires, for 
which he was commissioned October 15, 1831. Left about July 15, 1839. 

HARM.A.XUS Bleecker, of New York: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 15, 1839. Left August 2(j, 1842. 

1840.— JFi»iam //, King, October 7. 

Christopher Hughes, of Maryhiud: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 12, 1842. Left Juno 28, 1845. 

Auguste D.vvezac, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires April 19, 1845. Left September 28, 1850. 

\^A9.— WiUiani III, Kukj, March 17. 

George Folsom, of New York: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 4, 1850. Left October 20, 1853. 

August Belmont, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 24,1853. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such September 26, 1854. Left September 22, 1857. 

Henry C. Murphy, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident June 1, 1857. Lett June 8, 1861. 

James S. Pike, of Maine : 

Commissioned minister resident March 28, 1861. Took leave May 17, 1866. DANIEL E. SICKLES, 
of New York, was commissioned minister resident May 11, 1866, but declined. JOHN A. DIX, 
of New York, was commissioned June 27, 1866, but also declined. 

Albert Rhodes, of Pennsylvania: 

Consul at Rotterdam. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from September 28 to December 1, 
1866. 

Hugh Evving, of Kansas : 

Commissioned minister resident September 24, 1866. His successor presented his letters Decem- 
ber 15, 1870. 

Charles T. Gorham, of Michigan : 

Commissioned minister resident July 12, 1870. Still in office. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 89 

Xicarngiia. (See Central America.) 

Jonx B. Kerij, of Maryland: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 1'2, 1851. Demauded liis passport May 5, 1853, and left 
June 1. 

1852. — Laureaiio Pineda, President. 1853. — General Fruio Chamorro, Stq)reme Dictator, Feb- 
ruary 26. 
SoLOX BoKLAND, of Arkansas : 

Commissioned envoy extraordiuaiy and minister plenipotentiary April IS, 185.3. JOIIX SLIDELL, 
of Louisiana, was commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 29, 
1853. but declined. JOHN ELIAS WAREEX was commissioned secretary of Icpition A[iril(), 
1853, but declined. Mr. BORLAXD was also accredited to Costa Eica, Guatemala, Honduras, 
and Salvador. Left Nicaragua April 17, 1854. Eesigned, to take effect June 30. 

Fredehiok a. Beelen, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 28, 1853. Appointed secretary of legation in Chili 
August 2, 1854. 

John H. Wheeler, of North Carolina : 

Commissioned minister resident August 2, 1854. Left about November .'>, 1856. Eesigned March 
2, 1857. 

MiK.\BEAu B. Lamar, of Texas: 

Commissioned minister resident January 20, 1858. Commissioned envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary December 23, 1857 ; appointment revoked. Also accredited to Costa Eica. 
Took leave May 12, 1859. 

Alexander Dijiitry, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned minister resident August 15, 1859. Also accredited to Costa Eica. Left April 27, 
16C1. 

1859. — Geno'al Tomas Martinez, President, March 1. 1883. — lie-elected. 

Andrew B. Dickinson, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident March 28, 1801. Took leave January 15, 1803. 

Thomas H. Clay, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned minister resident October 21,1302. Delivered archives to successor June 2, 1803' 
Appointed minister resident to Honduras. 

AxDRKW B. Dickinson, of New York : 

Conunissioned minister resident and extraordiuarj' April 18, 1803. Took leave July 29, 1809. 

1SG7. — Fernando Guzman, President, March 1. 1871. — Vicente Quadra, President, March 1. 

C.N. EioTTE, of Texas: 

Commissioned minister resident April 21, 1869. Left on leave January 15, 1873. Mission consoli- 
dated with missions to other Centr.al American States July 1, 1873. 

George AVilliamson, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned minister resident May 17, 1873; to take effi'ct July 1. Also accredited to Costa 
Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, and Salvador. Still in ojflce. 

OUU'iibui*^. 

A. Dudley Mann, of Ohio: 

Special agent. Empowered, March 28, 1846, to negotiito a treaty of commerce and navigation. 

Oriinu'e Free Stnte. 

Willard W. Edgecomb, of Alaine, (Consul at Cape Town:) 

Empowered, June 24, 1871, to negotiate a treaty of Iriendsliij), conuuerce. and navigation. 

Panama, rtongres** of. 

Richard C. Anderson, of Kentucky, (M. P. to.Colombia ;) John Sargent, of Pennsyl- 
vania, and Joel R. Poinsett, of South Carolina, (E. E. and M. P. to Mexico:) 
Commissioned joint envoys extraordinary and iniiiisters plenipotentiary to the Assembly 
American States— ANDERSONand SAEGENT March 14, 1820, and POINSETT added February 
12, 1827, in place of ANDEESON, who died at Carthagena, July 24, 1820. The Assembly adjourned 
to re-asseuible at Tacubaya, Mexico. It did not again meet, and SARGENT loft Mexico for 
the United States about June 4, 1827. 



90 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

William B. Rochester, of New York : 

Coinniissionecl secrotary to the mission to Panama, March 14, 1826. Appointed chargti d'affaires 
to Central America. 

John Speed Smith, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned seoretary to the mission to Tacnbaya March 3, 1827. 

I»arag-uay. 

1844 to 1862. — Carlos Antonio Lopez, President. 
Edward A. Hopkins, of Vermout: 

Special agent. Appointed June 10, 1845. for the purpose of forming friendly relations and obtain- 
ing information concerning Paraguay. Returned to Washington June ~, 1846. 

John S. Pendleton, of Virginia, (Cb. d'Aff. to the Argeutine Eepublic,) and Robert 
C. SCHEXCK, of Ohio, (E. E. and M. P. to Brazil :) 

Empowered April 27, 1852, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. 

Richard Fitzpatrick, of Texas: 

Special agent. Empowered, August 5, 1856, to exchange the foregoing treaty concluded by Pen- 
dleton. 

J.vmes B. Bowlin, of Missouii: 

Commissioned commissioner September 9, 1858. Took leave February 10, 1859. 

Cave Johnson, of Tennessee: 

Commissioner. Appointed June 8, 1860, under convention of February 4, 1859, to adjust the 
claims of the United State.s and Paraguay Navigation Company. 

Samuel Ward, of New York : 

Secretary and interpreter to the above commission. Appointed June 8, 1860. 

Charles A. Washburn, of California: 

Commissioned commissioner June 8, 1861, commissioned minister resident January 19, 1863. Pre- 
sented credentials as such May 13, 1863. Eeceived passports September 9, 1868. 

1863. — Francisco Solana Lopez, President, February 4. 

Martin T. McMahon, of New York: 

Commissioned minister resident June 27, 1868. Took leave June 21, 1869. 

1870. — Cirilo Antonio Rivarola, President, August 1. 

John L. Stevens, of Maine : 

Commissioned minister resident April 28, 1870; also accredited to Uruguay. Left Montevideo on 
leave May 19, 1873, and resigned November 15, 1873. 

John C. Caldwell, of Maine: 

Commissioned minister resident January 8, 1874; also accredited to Uruguay. Still in office. 

Persia. 

Carroll Spence, of Maryland, (M. R. to Turkey :) 

Empowered, May 24, 1855, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. 

Peru. 

James Cooley, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 2, 1826. Died at his post February 24, 1828. 

Samuel Earned, of Rhode Island : i 

Commissioned charge d'affivires December 29, 1828. Mr. "WEST having been appointed charg6 
d'affaires, and having died on the way to his post, Mr. LAKNED was re-commissioned May 15, 
1830. Left March 2, 1837. 

Emanuel J. West, of Illinois : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires October 22, 1829. Died on the way to his post. 

Samuel L.vx!NED, of Rhode Island : 

Commissioned charge d'aflfiiires May 15, 1830. Left March 2, 1837. 

James B. Thornton, of New Hampshire : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires June 15, 1836. Died at his post January 25, 1838. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 91 

J. C. Pickett, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned charjje d'affaires June 9, 1838. Delivered archives to his successor April 28, 1845. 

John A. Bkyax, of Ohio: 

Commissioned charge d'aifaires August 15, 1844. Left about August 4, 1845. 

Albert G. Jewett, of Maine: 

Commi.ssioned charge d'affaires March 13, 1845. Left July 21, 1847. 

John R.\ndolph Cl.\y, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1847. Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary March 16, 1853. Presented credentials as sucli August 22, 1853. Demanded his 
passports October 23, 1660. JOHN I. MARTIN was connnissioned secretary of legation March 
28, 1853, but declined June 5. 

1851. — Jose Jiufino Echeiiiqae, Prenldcut, April 21. 

James C. Marriott, of Maryland : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 12, 1853. Re.signed November 27, 1854. 

Samuel S. Cox,, of Ohio : 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 1!), 1855. Proceeded as far as Aspiuwall, and was 
obliged to return because of ill-health. Resigned August U, 1855. 

Z. B. Caverly, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 4, 1855. Dismissed April 1, 1861. 

1855. — Ramon Castilla, Provisional President, January 7. 1858. — President, October 26. 

Christopher Robinson, of Rhode Island : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 8, 1861. Delivered ar- 
chives to bis successor November 28, 18G5. WILLIAM STICKNET, of District of Columbia, 
was commissioned secretary of legation August 13, 1861, but declined. 

Thomas I. Pope, of California: 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 18, 1865. Dismissed September 3, 1865. 

1861. — Miguel San Poman, President, October 29. 1863. — Juan Antonio Pezti, President, 

A ugust 10. 

Alvin p. Hovey, of Indiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 12, 1865. Took leave 
September 20, 1870. 

Clarence Eytinge, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation November 1, 1865. Resigned March 17,1867. JAMES M. 
CARR, of Ohio, was commissioned secretary of legation August 23, 1865, hut declined. 

Henry M. Brent, of the District of Columbia: 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 18, 1867. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
May 22, 1869, to February 1, 1870, from September 20, 1870, to May 13, 1871, aud from No- 
vember 20, 1871, to July 10, 1872. Resigned January 26, 1873. 

1865. — Ptdro Diez Canseco, President, November 13. 1865. — Mariano Ignacio Prado, Presi- 
dent, December 5. 1867. — Re-elected Sepfemher 11. 1867. — General Tyuis La I'uerfa, Presi- 
dent ad interim. October 12. 1868. — Jose Balta, President, July 18. 

Thomas Settle, of North Carolina: 

Commissioned envoj- extraordinary aud minister plenipotentiary February 18, 187L Left on leavi' 
November 20, 187L Resigned February 20, 1872. 

Francis Tho.mas, of Maryland : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 25, 1872. Still in office. 

1872. — /. Manuel Pardo, President, August 2. 
Peru — Uuliviaii Confederation. 

1835 to 1839. — Santa Cruz, Supreme Dictator. 

J. C. Pickett, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned charge d'alfiiires, June 9, 1838. Empowered, June 15, 1838, to negotiate a treaty 
of commerce and navigation with Ecuador. 



9^ DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Porjug'al, 

1786. — Maria I, Queen. 
David Humphreys, of Connecticut : 

Cornmissionoil minister resident February 21, 1701. Took leave July 25, 1707, having been ap- 
pointed minister plenipotentiary to Spain. JOHX QUINCY ADAMS was commissioned min- 
ister j)lcuipotentiary to Portugal May 30, 179G, but did 7iot proceed tliither, having been ap- 
pointed minister plenipotentiary to Prussia. 

1796. — Juan Jose', Eeyent. 

William Smith, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary July 10, 1797. Took leave Septeniber 9, 1801. 

Thomas Sumtek, Jr., of Soutli Carolina : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary ilarcb 7, 1809. Accredited to the Portuguese court, 
residing in Brazil. Took leave July 24, 1819. 

1816.— ./o/i« VI, Kliuj, March 20. 

John Gkaham, of Virginia: 

Commissioned minister i)lenipotentiary January 6, 1819. Accredited to the Portugue.se couit, re- 
siding in Brazil. Left Kio de Janeiro on account of illness Juue 13, 1820. Died in the United 
States July 31, 1820. 

John James Ai>pleton. of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 3, 1819. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
Juue 13 to June — , 1821. 

1821. — Pedro, Eeyent, February 28. John VI, King, returned from the Brazils in July 

Henry Dearborn, Sr., of New Hampshire : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 7, 1822. Took leave June 
30, 1824. 

Thomas L. L. Brent, of Virginia: 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 8, 1822. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
June 30, 1824, until received as ch.arge d'affiiiies, June 24, 1825. Commissioned charge d'affaires 
March 9, 1825. Received passports, at his request, November 25, 1834. 

1826. — Maria II, Queen Begent, Mareh 10. 

Edward Kavanagh, of Maine : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 3, 1835. Left Lisbon on leave April 19, 1841, and resigned 
June 28 following. AMAND T. DONNET, acting con.sul at Lisbon, acted as charge d'affaires 
ad interim from August 27, 1840, to February 13, 1841, and from April 19 to December 24, 1841. 

1837. — Maria II, and Ferdinand, Kiny, Septemher 16. 
Washington Barrow, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires August 16, 1841. Left February 24, 1844. 

Abraham Rencher, of North Carolina: 

Commi.ssioned charge d'affaires September 22, 1843. Left Xoveraber 18, 1847. 

George W. Hopkins, of Virgiuia : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1847. Left October 18, 1849. 

James Brown Clay, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned cliarg6 d'affaires Augu.st 1, 1849. Left July 19, 1850. 

Charles B. Haddock, of New Hampshire: 

Commissioned ohari;6 d'affaires December 10, 1850. Left June 30, 1854. 

1853. — Pedro V, King, November 15; Ferdinand, Eeyent. Pedro V attained his majority 

September Ki, 1855. 

John L. O'Sxtllivan, of New Yorli : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires February IG, 1854. Commissiuned minister resident June 29, 
1854. Presented credentials as such October 19, 1854. Took leave July 15, 1858. 

George W. Morgan, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident Maj- 11, 1858. Took leave July 19, 16G1. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 93 

1861. — Louis I, King, Noreiiiber 11. 

James E. Harvey, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned minister resident llaicli 28, 1861. Took le.ave July 15, 18C9. 
C. A. MuxiiO, of New York: 

Consul at Lisbon. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from July IS, 1867, to Augnst — , 1868. 
Samuel Shellabakgeh, of Ohio: 

Commissioned minister resident April 21, 1869. Resigned, to take effect December 31, 1869. 
"WILLIAM CUMBACK, of Indiana, was commissioned minister resident January 28, 1870, but 
did not proceed to his post. 

Hexry S. Neal, of Ohio : 

Consul at Lisbon. Acted as chargfi d'affaires ad interim from January 1 to June G, le70. 

Charles H. Lewis, of Virginia: 

Comrai.ssioned minister resident March 15, 1870. Still in office. 

H. W. DiMAN, of Rhode Island : 

Consul at Lisbon. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 1 to September 8, 1673. 

Prussia.* (See Germany.) 

1797. — Frederick William III, King. 

JoHX Quixcv Adams, of Massachnsetts : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary June 1, 1797. Took leave abont April 28, 1801. Commis- 
sioned commissioner March 14, 1798, to Sweden, with authority to negotiate a treaty of com- 
merce. 

Hexry Wheaton, of New York : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1835. Commissioned envoy extraordinarj- and minister 
plenipotentiary March 7, 1837. Presented credentials as such September 29, 1837. Empowered 
to treat with Bavaria, Hesse Cassel, Saxony, and Wiirtemberg, concerning the abolition of 
droit d'aubai)ie and taxes on emigration, and witli Hanover concerning ctmimcrce and naviga- 
tion. Took leave July 18, 1846. CHARLES A. INGERSOLL was commissioned secretary of 
legation March 8, 1837, bnt declined April 13. 

Theodore S. Fay, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 17, 1837. Acted as cha'-g6 d'affaires ad interim from 
November 16, 1841, to April 13, 1842; from July 18 to October 18. 1848; fiom May 12 to May 
23, 1849; from January 13 to December 10, 1850; and from August 15, 1851, to June 2, 1852. 
Functions ceased June 11, 1853. 

1840. — Frederick William IV, King, June 7. 

Andrew J. Donelson, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 18, 1846. Took leave 
June 9, 1849. 

Edward A. Hannegan, of Indiana: 

Commissioned envoy e.^ttraordinary and minister plenipotentiary ilarch 22, 1849. Took leave 
January 13, 1850. 

Daniel D. Barnard, of New Y'^ork : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and miuister plenipotentiary September 3, 1850. Took 
leave September 21. 1853. 

O. Jennings Wise, of Virginia: 

Commis.sioned Secretary of legation May 19, 1853. Appointed secretary of legation at Paris. 

Peter D. Vroom, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenijiotontiaiy ^lay 24, 1853. Empowered, Feb- 
ruary 15, 1855, to negotiate a treaty of extradition with Baden. Took leave August 10, 1857. 

Edward G. W. Butler. Jr., of Lonisiana: 

C<mimissioned sepretary of legation January 17, 1850. Acted as charge d'iiU'aires ad interim 
from August 11 to September 3, 1857. Superseded. 

Joseph A. Wright, of Indiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotenti.iry June I, 18.57. Took le.ave July 
1, 1861. 



* In 1867 the King of Prussia became the hereditary heal of the North Gorman Union. In 1871 he 
was crowned Emperor of Germany, and the new rank was ^it once recognized by the United States. 



94 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

18G1. — William I, King, January 2. 

Norman B. Judd, of Illinois: 

Conimissioned envoy extiaordiuary and minister pleuipoteiitiary March 8, 18GI. Empowered. 
July 25, 1861, to negotiate a treaty witli Hanover lor the abolition of the Stadt dues. Took 
leave September 3, 18G5. 

Hermann Khkismann, of Illiuois : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 8, 18G1. Acted as charg^ d'aflFaires ad interim from 
July 8 to September 8, 1862 ; from June 27 to August 31, 1863 ; from October 23 to December 
28, 1863 ; and from July 6 to September 10, 1864. Resigned, to take eiiect September 12, 1865. 

Joseph A. Wright, of ludiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 30, 1865. Died at his post 
May 11, 1867. 

John C. Wright, of ludiana : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 6, 1865. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim 
from May 11 to August 2S,-1867. Resigned May 11, 1867. 

George Bancroft, of New York : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 14, 1867. Empowered to 
negotiate tieaties of naturalization with Baden, Bavaria, and Hesse, and with "Wiirtemberg to 
negotiate treaties of naturalization and extradition. Presented credentials as envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary to German Empire July 23, 1871. 

Alexander Bliss. (See German Empire.) 

Russia. 

1796. — Paul, Enqm-or. 

RUFUS King, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Great Britain :) 

Commissioned special minister plenipotentiary February 7, 1799, to negotiate a treaty of amity 
and commerce. Did not go to the post. 

1801. — AJexander I, Emperor, March 23. 
John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary June 27, 1809. Took leave Apiil 7, 1814. 

William Steuben Smith, of Massachusetts : 
Commissioned secretary of legation July 2, 1812. 

Levett Harris, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires April 7, 1814. Took leave January 12, 1817. 

Albert Gallatin, of Peuusylvauia; James A. Bayard, of Delaware; and John 
Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary April 22, 1813. Jointly and 
severally empowered to negotiate a treaty of commerce with Russia. The Senate, on the 19th 
of July, 1813, assented to the appointment of Messrs. ADAMS and BAYARD and rejected Mr. 
GALLATIN. Mr. GALLATIX addressed a note to the chancellor on November 2, 1813, stat- 
ino- that he was no longer a member of the mission. Messrs. GALLATIN and BAYARD 
left St. Petersburg January 25, 1814. JAMES A. BAYARD, of Delaware, was commissioned 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 28, 1815, but did not jiroceed to his 
post. 

William Pinkney, of Maryland : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Maich 7, 1816. Left post Feb- 
ruary 14.1818. 

William R. King, ot Alabama . 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 23, 1816. Superseded. 

Charles Plnkney, of Marj'land: 

Commissioned secretary of legation November 30, 1818. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim 
from February 14 to September 22, 1818, and fiom July 5 to November 9, 1820. 

George W. Campbell, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 16, 1818. Took leave 
July 5, 1820. "Was instructed, June 28, 1818, to stop at Copenhagen and endeavor to procure a 
satisfactory adjustment of the claims growing out of the spoliations committed under the 
Danish flag on the commerce of the United States. 



DIPLOxMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 95 

IIexry Middleton, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Apiil fi, 1820. Left post about 
August 3, 1830. His letter of recall was presented by Mr. CLAT, cbarge d'affaires ad interim, 
Jauuai-y 12, 1831. Empowered, July 29, 1823, to negotiate witb Great Britain and Russia, 
jointly, concerning commerce and navigation, fisberies, abolition of the African slave-trade, 
and concerning tbe principles of maritime war and neutrality. 

1825. — Nicholas I, Emperor, December 1. 

Beaufort T. Watts, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 26, 1828. JOHN ADAMS SMITH, of Massacbusetts, 
commissioned secretary of legation Jul^' 16, 1829, but declined. 

John Raxdolph, of Virginia: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary ilay 26, 1830. Left post Sep- 
tember 19, 1830. Presented bis letter of recall to PKINCE LIEVEN in Loudon July 17, 1631. 

John Randolph Clay, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 4, 1830. Acted as cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim from Sep- 
tember 19, 1830, to June 4, 1832, from August 5, 1833, to October 13, 1834, and from December 
24, 1835, till commissioned as below. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary January 4, 1832. Took leave 
August 5, 1833. M AHLOX DICKERSOX, of New Jersey, was commissioned envoy extraordi- 
nary and minister pleniiiotentiary May 2S, 1834, but declined. 

William Wilkins, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 30, 1834. Left post on leave 
December 24, 1835. His letter of recall presented by Mr. CLAY, cbarg^ d'affaires ad interim, 
May 18, 1836. 

John Randolph Clay, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charg6 d'aft'aires .June 29, 1836. Left August 4, 1837. 

George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 7, 1837. Left post July 29 
1639. 

WiLLi.iM W. Chew, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 7, 1837. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
July 29, 1839, to August 24, 1840. Superseded. 

Churchill C. Cambreleng, of New York: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinarj- and minister plenipotentiary May 20, 1840. Took leave July 
13, If^ll. 

Charles S. Todd, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary aud minister pleaipotentiary August 27, 1841. Took leave 
January 27, 1846. 

John Lothrop Motley, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 10, 1841. Resigned about February 8, 1842. 

John S. JIaxwell : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 8, 1842. Resigned November 3, 1844. 

John Randolph Clay, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned .secretary of legation March IT), 184.5. Acted as cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim froin 
January 28, 1846, to May 23, 1847. . Appointed charg6 d'affaires in Peru. 

Ralph J. Ingersoll, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinarj^ and minister i)lenipotentiary August 8, 1840. Left post July I , 
1848. Letter of recall presented by C. M. INGERSOLL, chargt- d'affaires ad interim, Septem- 
ber 22, 1S4S. 

Colin M. Ingersoll, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned secretary of legation .Tune 15, 1848. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
September 20 to November 16, 1848. Recalled March 20, 1849. 

Arthur P. B.vgijy, of Alahania : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 15, 1848. Took leave May 
14, 1849. 



96 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Neil S. Brown, of Tennessee : 

Comraissionod eovoy extraonUuary and uiiuister plenipoteutiary May 2, 1850. Took leave June 
23, 1853. 

Edward H. Wright, of New Jersey : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 2, 1850. Superseded. 
Thomas H. Seymour, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 24, 1853. Took leave July 
17, 1858. 

R. Augustus Ehving, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 2?, 1853. Kesigned, to take effect November 1, 1855. 

JosiAH Pierce, Jr., of Maine : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 5, 1855. Resigned March 2, 1858. 

1855. — Alexander II, Emperor, March 2. 

Francis W. Pickens, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary January 11, 1858. Took leave 
September 9, 1860. 
John E. Bacon, of South Carolina; 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 13, 1858. Resigned January 14, 1860. 

Julian A. Mitchell, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned secr«tary of legation June 6, 1860. Eesigned January 14, 18G1. 
John Aitleton, of Maine; 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 8, 1860. Took leave June 7, 
1861. 

Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky : 

Commissionedenvoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 28, 1861. Took leave June 
25, 1862. 

Green Clay', of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 18, 1861. Superseded. 

Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenijjotentiary January 17, 1862. Left post Sep- 
tember 18, 1862. 

Bayard Taylor, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 10, 1862. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
September 18, 1962, to May 7, 1863. Resigned April 15, 1863. 

Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 11, 1863. Took leave 
September 25, 1869. 

Henry Bergh, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation May 12, 1863. Superseded. 

Jeremiah Curtin, of Wisconsin : 

Commissioned secretary of legation November 14, 1864. Super.seded. 

Titian J. Coffey, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 21, 1869. Acted as charg6 d'affiiircs ad interim from 
October 1 to October 28, 1869. Resigned, to take eflect April 1, 1870. 

Andrew G. Curtin, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 16, 1869. Took leave July 
4, 1872. 

Eugene Schuyler, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation March 24, 1870. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
July 1 to September 1, 1870, and from Jaunarj- 15, 1872, to March 18, 1873. Still in office. 

James L. Orr, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned cnvoj' extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 12, 1872. Died at 
post May 6, 1873. 

Marshall Jewell, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 29, 1873. Stillin office. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 97 

Salvador. (See Central America.) 

E. George Squier, of New York, (Cb. d'Aif. to Guatemala :) 

Empowered, May 1, 1849, to negotiate a treaty of commorce au<l navigation. JOHN SLIDELL, 
of Louisiana, was commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister pleiiipoteutiary March 29, 
1853. but declined. JOHN ELIAS WARKEN was commissioned secretary of legation April 
6, 185:i. bnt declined. 

Solon Borland, of Arkansas: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 18, 185:5. Al.<o accredited 
to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, l)ut did not present his credentials to the 
jrovernment of Salvador. He left Nicaragua April 17, 1854. Resigned, to take effect June 30, 
1854. 

Frederick A. Beelen, of Peuusylvauia : 

Commissionedsecretiiry of legation April 28, 1853. Appointed secretary of legation in Chili August 
2, 1854. 

18G3. — Francisco Dmnas, President. Re-elected February 23, 1865. Ee-clectcd 1863. 

James R. Partridge, of Maryland : 

Commissioned minister resident April 16, 1863. Left on leave the latter part of March, 1.-G6. 

A. S. Williams, of Michigan : 

Comujissioncil minister resident August 16, 1866. Took leave October 27, 1669. 

Alfred T. A. Torbert, of Delaware : 

Commissioned minister resident April 21 , 1869. Returned on leave Maj' 10, 1871. Appointed consul- 
general at Havana July 10, 1871. 

Thomas Biddle, of Pennsylvania: 

Commi.ssioued minister resident July 10, 1871. Took leave June 30, 1873. Mission consolidated 
with missions to other Central American States July 1, 1873. 

George Williamson, of Louisiana: 

• Commissioned minister resident May 17, 1873, to take effect July 1, 1873. Also accredited to Costa 
Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Utill in oj/ice. 

Sardinia. (See Italy and Two Sicilicti.) 
WM.— Charles Albert, King. 

H. Gold Eogers, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 30, 1840. Left November 22, 1841. 

Ambrose Bauer, of Georgia : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires August 16, 1841. Left December 15, 1843. 

Robert Wickliffe, Jr., of Kentucky : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires September 22, 1843. "Wrote to minister of foreign affairs from Aix- 
la-Chapelle, inclosing letter of recall, about May 6, 1848. 

Nathaniel Niles, of Vermont : 

Special agent. Appointed May 3, 1838, concorning general trade and the admission of tobacco. 
Commissioned charg6 d'affaires .lune 4, 1848. Left August 20, 1850. 

1849. — Victor Emanuel, King, March 23. 

William B. Kinney, of New Jersey : 

Commi.ssioned charge d'affaires April 22, 1850. Left October 8, 1853. RICHARD K. MEADE, 
of Virginia, was commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 24, 1853, but declined Juno 5. 

John M. Daniel, of Virginia: 

Conuuissioned charge d'affaires J uly 2.1, 1853. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. Pre- 
sented credentials as such about September 4, 1854. Presented letter of recall, through private 
secretary, starch 2, 1861. 

RoMAiNE Dillon, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation January 24, 1861. Acted ae charg6 d'afl^ires ad interim from 
April 16 to Juno 23, 1861. Removed March 30, 1862. 

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98 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Saxony. 

Hexhy AYheaton, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia :) 

Empowered, Xovembor 18, 1843, to negotiate a treaty for the abolition of droit d'auhaine anil taxes 
on emigration. 

Siaim. 

Edmund Robkrts, of New Hampshire : 

Commissioned speeial agent Jaunary 26, 1832. 

TowNSKND Harhis, of New York, (^Consul-Geueral to Japau :) 
Empowered, September 8, 1855, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. 

Spain. 

17S8.— Carlos IV, Kbuj. 

William Carmichael, of Maryland : 

Commis.sioned charge d'affaires April 20,1790. Left September 5, 1794. Died at Madrid, Febru- 
ary 9, 1795. » 

William Short, of Virginia, and William Carmichael, of Maryland : 

Commissioned commissioners plenixjotentiary March IV, 179x!, to treat .jointly concerning tlie nav- 
igation of the Mississippi, boundary, commerce, &c. Their power.s were conferred on Mr. 
SHORT after ho was made minister resident. 

William Short, of Virginia : 

Commissioned minister resident May 28, 1794. Functions ceased about Ju\y 2, 1795. Left Madrid 
for Paris October 30, 1795. 

TuoMAS PixcKNEY, of Soutli Carolina: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary November 24, 1794. Left Madrid for Paris about November ] , 
1795. , 

Davii) Humphreys, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned minister plenopotentiary May 20, 179fi Left about Decembsr 28, 1801. 

Charles Pixckxey, of South Carolina : 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary June 6, 180L Took leave October 25, 1805. 

John Graham, of Virginia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation August 31, 1801. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
November 7, 1802, to February — , 1803. Left about March 23, 1804. 

James Monroe, of Virginia, and Charles Pinckney, of South Carolina : 

Mr. MONROE, who was then envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at London, and 
Mr. PIXCIvNET, commissioned minister plenipotentiary at Madrid, January 12, 18J3, were 
confided with a joint mission to treat concerning the security of the rights and interests of the 
United States iu the Mississippi Kiver and the territories east thereof. Not succeeding, MON- 
ROE left Madrid for London May 20, and PINCKNEY took leave October 25, 1605. 

J VMES Monroe, of Virginia, (E. E. and M. P. to Great Britain :) 

Commis8iou"d minister extraordinary and plenipotentiary October 14, 1804, with authority to con- 
clude a treaty concerning bouudai ies of Louisiana, the cession to the Uuited States of any other 
adjoining territories csastward thereof, and concerning claims. Left Madrid for Loudon May 
2f), 1805. JAMES BOWDOIN, of Massachusetts, commissioned minister plenipotentiary No- 
vember 22, 1804. (See beloiv.) 

George W. Erving, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned secretary of legation November 22, 1804. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim 
from January 12, 1805. (Direct and official relations with Spain were broken off in 1808 and 
not renewed until 1814. Mr. ERYING, however, remained until February, 1810.) 

John Armstrong, of New York, (M. P. to France,) and James Bowdoin, of Massachu- 
setts : 

Cnmniis-iionod commissioners plenipotentiary and extraordinary March 17, 180G, to treat jointly 
and severally concerning territories, wrongful captures, condemnations, and other injuries. 
Did not go to Madrid, but conducted negotiations at Paris. Negotiations unsuccessful. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 99 

1808.— Fernando VII, Kukj. 

George W. Ervixg, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary August 10, 1814. Took leave April 29, 1819. 

Thomas L. L. Brext, of Virginia : 

Commissioned secretary of legation October 15, 1S14. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
April 15 to May 8, 1820, and from ;N'ovember 16, 1820, to August 17, 1821. Left August 19, 1822. 

John Forsyth, of Georgia: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiary February 16, 1819. Took leave March 2, 1823. 

John J. Appleton, of Massacliusetts : 

Com missioned secretary of legation May 8, 1822. Acted as charge d'attaires ad interim from 
March 2 to December 4, 1823. Left November 23, 1824. 

Hugh Nelson, of Virginia: 

Commissioned minister plenipotentiarj* January 15, 1823. Took leave July 10. Left Madrid July 
14, 1825. 

Alexander H. Everett, of Massacliusetts: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 9, 1825. Took leave July 
27, 1829. 

John Adams Smith, of Massacliusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation A])ril 8, 1825 ; appointed secretary of legation at Paris. 

Charles S. Walsh, of Fenusylvania: 

Commis.sioned secretary of legation June 17, 1828. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
July 27 to December 9, 1829. Died in Spain May 13, 1833. 

Cornelius P. Van Ness, of Vermont: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary Juue 1, 1829. Took leave 
December 21, 1836. 

Arthur Middleton, Jr., of South Carolina : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 10, 1833. Xo appropriation vras made in 1835 for secre- 

* tary of legation at Madrid. May 14, 1835, JAMES O. HARRISON was commissioned as secre- 

tary of legation, but declined. March 16, 1836, Mr. MIDDLETON" was re-commissioned. 
Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from December 21, 1836, to about April, 1837, and from 
April 30 to November .5, 1S40, when his functions ceased.. 

Ir33. — Maria Christina, Queen Eegent, October 2. 1833. — Isaiella II, Queen, November S. 

William T. Barry, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 10, 1835. Died before 
reaching his post. 

John H. Eaton, of Teunessee : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 16, 183G. Loft Madrid 
May 1, 1840. 

Aaron Vail, of New York: 

Coinmissioned charg6 d'affaires May 20, 1840. Functions ceased August 1, 1842. 

Washington Irving, of New York: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 10, 1842. Took leavt^ 
July 29, 1846. 

Alexander Hamilton, Jr., of Now York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation April 4, 1842. JOSRPIT G-. COGGSWELL, of New York, 
commissioned as secretary of legation ]\larch 4, 1842, but declined. Mi-. H.VMILTON acted as 
charge d'aftaires ad interim- from about September 6 to November 30, 1843. Resigned July 4, 
1844. 

Jasper IT. liiviNGSTON, of of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation Juno 14, 1844. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
about July 27 to about December 7, 1844. Resigned March 23, 1846. 

Romulus M. Saunders, of North Carolina: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plinipoti'iitiary February 25, 1846. Took leave 
September 24, 1849. 

Thomas C. Reynolds, of South Carolina: 

Commissioned secretary of legation Jlay 13, 1846. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from 
about May 5 to about October 16, 1847. Services terminated July 22, 1848. 



100 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

f 

FREDERICK A. Sawyer, of Louisiana : 

Conimissioneil secretary of legation June 2, 1848. Left November 7, 1849. 

Daniel M. Barringer, of North Carolina: 

Commissionod envoy extraoitliuary and minister plenipotentiary June 18, 1849. Took leave Sep- 
tember 4, 1853. 

Horatio J. Perry, of New Hanip.sliire : 

Commissioned secretary of legation July 5, 1849. Acted as cliarge d'affaires ad interim from 
July to October, 1852,; from September 4 to October 22, 1853 ; from February 2 to Juno 17 , 
1855; removed by letter dated May 2G, 1855; i-ecommissioned April 30, 18G1. Actecl as chai'ge 
d'aflaires ad interiin- from June 5 to July 13, 1801 ; from December 18, 18(il, to November 4, 1862; 
from June 16 to September 20, 1863 ; from July 19, 1864, to September 30, 1865 ; and from Octo- 
ber 4 to November 13, 1867. Kemoved— 1869. 

Pierre Soule, of Louisiana : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary April 7, 1853. Took leave Feb- 
ruary 1, 1855. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, of Kentucky, commissioned envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipoteutiarj' January 16, 1855, but declined. 

Augustus C. Dodge, of Iowa : 

Commissioned envoy (extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary February 9, 1855. Took leave 
March 12, 1859. 

Buckingham Smith, of Florida : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 5, 1855. Suspended by letter dated September I, 1853. 
Services terminated October 10, 1858. 

William Pre.ston, of Kentucky: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary December 15, 1858. Took leave 
May 24, 1861. 

Robert Wickliffe Wooley", of Kentucky : 

Commissioned secretary of legation December 22, 1858. Acted as chargfi d'affaires ad interim 
from August 19, to September 30, 1859 ; from November 15 to December 3, 1859 ; and from March 
7 to October 23, 1860. GEEEN CLAY, of Kentucky, was commissioned as secretary of lega- 
tion March 20,1861, but declined. Mr. PKESTOX, on retiring, May 24, 1861, left the archives of 
the legation in the custody of Mr. J. DE HAVILAND, who was relieved June 5, 1861, by 
Mr. Perry. 

Carl Schurz, of Wisconsin : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 28, 1861. Resigned April 
15, 1862. CASSIUS M. CLAY, of Kentncky, was commissioned envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary March 14, 1861, but did not go, and on the 28th was appointed to Russia. 

GusTAVUS Ka<:RNER, of Illinois : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary June 14, 1 8C2. Resigned De- 
cember 28. 1864. 

John P. Hale, of New Hanipsliire: 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary March 10, 1865. Took leave July 
29, 1869. 

1868. — I'rorinioiial (jovernmcnt. 1870. — Amadeo I, King. 
Daniel E. Sickles, of New York : 

Conmussioiii'.d envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary May 15, 1869. Resigned De- 
cember 20, 1873, and delivered archives to secretary of legation February 4, 1874. 

John Hay, of Illinois : 

Commissioned secretary of legation June 23, 1869. Resigned, to take effect October 1, 1870. 

Alvey a. Adke, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 9, 1870 Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
June 21 to October 20, 1871 ; from November 28, 1871, to May 28, 1872, and from February 4, 
1874 ; still in charge. 

l^TA.—Reimhlic declared. E»tanhlao Fifineras, President, Fehruary l\. EmUio Castelar, 

Preside)! f, September 7. 

Caleb Cusiiing, of Vir<;itnii : 

Commissioned envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary January 6, 1874. Still in office. 



DirLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 101 

StiitCN of the (iliurcli. 

I8i6.— Pius IX, Sovereign Pontiff, June 21. 

J. L. Maiitin, of North Carolina : 

Commissioned cliargi' d'affaires Ain il 7, 1S48. Died at post August 26, 1848. 

Lewis Cass, Jr., of Michigan : 

Commiasioued charg6 d'attaires January 5, 1849. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such November 9, 1854. Took leave November 27, 1858. 

John P. Stockton, of New Jersey: 

Commissioned minister resident June 15, 1853. Took leave May 23, ISCl. 

Alexander W. Randall, of Wi.sconsiu : 

■ Commissioned minister resident August 6, 1861. Left post about August 4, 1862. 

Richard M. Blatchford, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident August 9, 1862. Lefc post and resigued in tlie United States 
October 6, 1863. 

RuKUS King, of Wisconsiu : 

Commissioned minister resident October 7, 1863. WriS previously commissioned March 22, 1861, 
but declined. Left pest August, 1867. Resigned in the United .States January 1, 1868. 

Sweden aj»«l Xorwwy. 

1792. — Gustaf IF, King. 

John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, (E. E. aiul M. P. to Prussia :) 

Commissioned commissioner March 14. 1798, with autliority to negotiate a treaty of comraeroe. 

Jonathan Russell, of Rhode Island : 

Commiasioued minister plenipotentiary .January 18, 1814. Took leave October 16, 1818. 

John L. Lawrence, of New York : 

Commissioned secretary of legation February 3, 1814. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from 
June 6, 1814, to ilay 19, 1815. Left in January, 1816, having previously resigned. 

1818.— Charles XI F, King, February f). 
Christopher Hughes, Jr,, of Marylai.d: 

Commissioned secretary of legation September 26, 1816. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim 
from the middle of April to December 10, 1817. Was left in charge by Mr. RUSSELL on retiring, 
October 16, 1818, and remained until he received a commission as charge d'affaires January 20, 
1819. Retired July 15, 1825, having been appointed charge d'aifaix'es to the Netherlands. 
"\VILLIA:M C. SOMERVILLK, of ;M.aryland, commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 9, 1825. 
Received another appointment before proceeding to Sweden. Died at Auxerre, France, Janu- 
ary 5, 1826. 

John J. Appleton, of Massaclnisetts : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 2, 1826. Left August 20, 1830. Also acted as charge d'afiaires 
ad interim from September 20, 1333, to January 9, 1834. 

Christopher Hughes, of Maryland : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1830 ; left oq leave September 9, 1841. 

George W. Lay, of New York : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires May 12, 1842. Successor presented October 29, 1845. 

1844. — Oscar I, King, March 8. 

Hexky W. Ellsworth, of Indiana: 

Commissioned chargg d'affaires April 19, 1845. Left July 25, 1849. 

C. D. AiJFWKDSON, of Sweden : 

Consul at Stockholm. Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from .luly 25, 1849, to April 25, 1850. 
Francis Sciiroeder, of Rliode Island : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires November 7,1849; commissioned minister resident .June 29, 
1854. Presented credentials as such August 19, 1854. Left September 17, 1857. 

Benjamin F. Angel, of New York: 

Commissioned minister resident July 17, 18.57. Took leave June 25, 1801. 



102 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1859.— C7(ar?<;.9 XV, King, July 8. 

Jacob S. H.vldkman, of Peuusylvauia : 

Commissioned minister resident March 16, 18fil. Took leave September 25, 1864. 

James H. Campbell, of Peuasylvauia : 

Commissioned minister resident May 18, 18C4. Took leave Marcli 2!), 1867. 
•John McGinnis, Jr., of Illinois: 

Commissioned minister resident Ifovember IG, 18o6. On liis arrival at Paris lie learned tliat lii.i 
nomination was rejected by the Senate, and he returned. 

JosEiMi J. Bartlet r, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident March l!>, 1667. Took leave July 24, 1869. 

C. C. Andrews, of Minnesota : 

Commissioned minister resident June 3, 1869. Still in ojfice. 

1873. — Oscar II, King, Septeinher 19. 

Switzerland. 

A. DuDLKY Manx, of Ohio: 

Special agent. Empowered, .June 15, 1850, to negotiate concerning friendship, commerce, extradi- 
tion. Sec. 

Theodore S. Fay, of Massachusetts: 

Commissioned minister resident March 16, 1853. Took leave July 1, 1861. 

George G. Fogg, of New Hampshire: 

Commissioned minister resident March 28, 1861. Took leave October 16, 1865. 

George Harringtox, of Georgia: 

Commissioned minister resident July 7, 18G5. Took leave Jnly 20, 1869. 

Horace Rublee, of Wisconsin: 

Commissioned minister residei.t Ajjril 20, 1860. Still in office. 

Charles H. Uptox, of Massachusetts: 

Consul at Geneva. Acted as charge d'afRiires ad interim from April 15 to May 10, 1871, and from 
April 3 to June 27, 1873. 

Texas. 

1836. — General Samuel Houston, President, Sejpternber. 

Alcee La Branche, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned charge d'aflaires March 7, 1837. Kesigned and left April 2, 1810. 

1838. — Miraheau B. Lamar, President. 1841. — General Samuel Houston, President, De- 
cember. 
George H. Flood, of Ohio: 

Commissioned charge d'aifaires March 16. 1840. Eccalled April 10, 1841, and kit July 21, 1841. 

Joseph Eve, of Kentucky: 

Commis.sioned charg6 d'affaires April J 5, 1841. Left June 10, 1843. 

William S. Murphy, of Ohio : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires April 10, 1843. Died at Galveston July 13, 1844. 

TiLGHMAN A. Howard, of Indiana: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires June 11, 1844. Died at Washington, Tex., August 16, 1844. 

Andrew J. Doxelsox, of Tennessee: 

Commissioned charge d'affaires September 16, 1841. Left August 0, 1845. 

1844. — Anson Jones, President, Deeemher. 

[The Kepublic of Texas was annexed to the United States in .1845. J 

Tri]>oIi. 

David Humphreys, of Connecticut : 

Commissioned commissioner plenipotentiary March 30, 17.45, to negotiate concerning amity and 
commerce with power to appoint agents. He designated JOEL BARLOW .and JOSEPH 
DONALDSON, Jr., as agents to conclude the treaty. Negotiations were completed by Mr. 
BAKLOW. 

Tobias Lear, of New Hampsliire, (Consul-General for Algiers:) 

Empowered, November 18, 1803, to negotiate concerning peace, friendship, and navigation. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 103 

Tunis. 

David Humphkeys, of Cotmecticut : 

Comnussioucd coiuiuissiouer plf uipotentiary March 30, 179r). to nesiotiate coiicerniug amity ami 
commerce, with power to appoint agents. Heappuiuted JOEL BARLOW his agent in the busi- 
ness, and a treaty was concluded through the intervention of JOSEPH ETIEXXE FAMIN. 

Richard O'Brien, of , (Cousul-Geueral for Algiers;) William Eaton, (Cousiil 

for Tunis;) audjAMES L. Cathcart, (Consul for Tripoli :) 

Empowered, December 18, 1798, to modify the treaty of August, 1797, especially the fourteenth 
article. 

S. D. Heap, of Pennsylvania, (Acting Consul :) 

Concluded, February 24, 1824, a treaty modifying that of August, 1797. 1 

Turkey. 

lS08.—Mahmoi(d 11, Sultan. 

James Biddle, commodore ; David Offley, (Consul at Smyrna ;) and Charles Rhixd, 
of Pennsylvania : 

Were empowered, September 12, 1829, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. WILLIAM SMITH, 
of South Carolina, minister jilenipotentiary to Portugal, commissioned euvoj- extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary February 11, 1799, but did not go. 

Nicholas Navoni, of Constantinople : 

Commissioned dragoman or interpreter March 3, 1831. 

David Porter, of Maryland : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires April 15, 1831. Commissioned minister resident March 3, 1839. 
Pre.sented credentials as such May 23, 1840. Died at his post March 3. 1843. 

William B. Hodgsox, of Virginia : 

Commissioned dragoman March 23, 1832. 

John P. Brown, of Ohio : 

Commissioned dragoman April 19, 183G, and August 29, 1842. SAMUEL D. HEAP, commissioned 
dragoman September 21, 1841. Mr. BItOWN acted as charge d'aftaires ad interim from March 3, 
1843, to January 15, 1844 ; from August 6, 1845, to June 25, 1846 ; from May 19 to about October 
1, 1849 ; from November 21, 1849, to March 11, 1850 ; from July 13 to about September 18, 1851 ; 
from July 30, 1852, to July 5. 1853 ; from December 19, 1853, to February 9, 1854 ; and from 
December 12, 1857, to May 27, 1858. Was appointed secretary and dragoman as below. 

1839.— Abdul Medjid, Sultan, July 1. 

Dabney S. Cakr, of Maryland : 

Commissioned minister resident October 6, 1843. Left post October 20, 1849. 

George P. Marsh, of "Vermont : 

Commissioned minister resident May 29, 1849. Took leave December 19, 1853. 

Henry A. Homes, of Massachusetts : 

Commissioned secretary of legation and assistant dragoman March G, 1351. Acted as charge 
d'affaires ad interim from about February 18 to July 12, 1851. 

Carroll Spence, of Maryland: 

Commissioned minister resident August 23, 1853. Empowered, May 24, 1855, to negotiate with 
Persia. Took leave December 12, 1857. 

James Williams, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned minister resident January 14, 1858. Took leave May 25, 1861. JA^IES WAT- 
SON" WEBB, of ^Tew York, commissioned minister resident March 20, 1861, but declined. 

John P. Brown, of Ohio: 

Commissioned secretary of legation and dragoman September 23, 1858. Acted as charg6 
d'atfiiires ad interim from May 25 to August 9, 1801; from May 18 to August 20, 1864; and 
from Juno 10, 1871, to March 8, 1872, when he died at his post. 

Edward Joy Morius, of Penu.sylvania : 

Commissioned minister resident Juno 8, 18GI. Took leave October 25, 1870. 



104 DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1861.— Ahditl Aziz, Sultcni, June 25. 

Wayne MacVeagh, of Pennsylvania : 

Gomraissioned minister resident June 4, 1870. Left on leave June 10, 1871. Resigned in the 
United States September 2, 1871. 

Geokge H. Boker, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned minister resident Novemlier 3, 1871. Still in office. 

J. H. GooDEXOW, of Maine : 

Commissioned secretary of legation and consul-general November 13, 18C4. By act approved 
February 22, 1873, it was enacted that the consul general shall also be secretary of legation. 

Still in office. 

A. A. Gauguilo, of Constautiuopie : 

Commis-sioned interpreter to legation July 1, 1873. Still in office. 

Two Sicilies. {Hce Sardinia and Italy .) 

1815. — Ferdinand [, {fonnerli/ Ferdinand, IF,) recognized hy congress of Vienna as "King 

of the kingdom of the Two Sicilies." 

WiLLlAN PiNKNEY, of Maryland : 

Commissioned minister plenipotenti.ary, April 23, 181G, to obtain indemnity for losses sustained 
by American citizens by the seizure and confl.scation of their property by the Neapolitan 
government. 

1S25.— Francis I, King of Naples. 1830. — Ferdinand II. King, November 8. 

John Nelson, of Maryland : 

Commissioned charge d'attaires October 24, 1831. Left post about October 15, 1832. 

August Davezac, of Louisiana, (Cli. d'Aff. at the Hague:) 

Empowered, January 30, 1833, to negotiate treaty of general commerce. Took leave and returned 
to the Hague about February 19, 1834. 

Enos T. Throop, of New York : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires February 6, 1838. Left January 12, 1842. 

William Boulwarb, of Virginia : 

Commissioned cliarg6 d'affaires September 13, 1841. Left June 19, 1845. 

William H. Polk, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned cl)arg6 d'affaires March 13, 1845. Left about May 1, 1847. Ee.signed in United 
States August 31, 1847. 

Alexander Ham.mett, of Maryland : 

Consul at Naples. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from about May 1, 1847, to June 29, 1848. 

John Rowan, of Kentucky : 

Commissioned charg6 d'atfaires January 3, 1843. Left about January 1, 1850. 

Thomas W. Chinn, of Louisiana: 

Commissioned cliarg6 d'affaires June 5, 1849 ; resigned about October, 1849. JAMES M. POWER, 
of Pennsylvania, was commissioned November 1, 1849, but declined. 

Edward Joy Morris, of Pennsylvania: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires January 10, 18.50. Left August 26, 1853. 

Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana: 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires May 24, 1853. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such September 20, 1854. Took leave September 20, 1858. 

Joseph R. Chandler, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned minister resident June 15, 1858. Left about November 15, 1860. 

lSb9. —Francis II, King, May 22. The hingdom of the Two Sicilies was annexed to the 

kingdom of Sardi)iia December 17, 1870. 

ITriig'uay. 

John S. Pendleton, of Virginia, (Cli. d'Aff. to the Argentine Republic,; and Robert 
C. SCHENCK, of Oiiio, (E. E. and M. P. to Brazil:) 

Empowered, April 27, 1852, to negotiate a treaty of commerce. 



DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE TTXITED STATES. 105 

1865. — Venancio Flores, President, March 4. 

Alexander Asroth, of Missouri : 

Commissioned minister resident April 5, 18G7. Also accredited to Argentine Kepublic. Died at 
Buenos Ayres, January 21, 1h68. 

1868. — General Lorenzo Battle, President, March 23. 

H. G. WoRTHiNGTON, of Nevada : 

Commissioned minister resident July 25, 1868. Also accredited to Argentine Kepublic. Took 
leave July 8, 1869. ' 

Robert C. Kirk, of Ohio : 

Commissioned minister resident May 5, 1869. Also accredited to Argentine Republic. Took 
leave of government of Uruguay July 6, 1870. 

John L. Stevens, of Maine : 

Commissioned minister resident March 25, 1870. Also accredited to Paraguay. Left on leave 
May 19, 1872. Resigned November 15, 1873. 

John C. Caldwell, of Maine : 

Commissioned minister resident January 8, 1874. Also accredited to Paraguay. Still in office. 

Veiiozuela. 

John G. A. Williamson, of Pennsylvania : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires March 3, 1835. Died at his post August 7, 1840. 

Allen A. Hall, of Tennessee : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 15, 1841. Service8 terminated about November 29, 1844. 

Vespasian Ellis, of Missouri : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires September 30, 1844. Left August 1, 1645. 

Benjamin G. Shields, of Alabama : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires March 14, 1845. Left .January 7, 1850. 

1850. — Jos^ Grejorio Monayas, President. 

Isaac Nevitt Steele, of MaryLind : 

Commissioned charg6 d'affaires about December 6, 1849. Left October 14, 1853. 

Charles Eames, of the District of Cohinibia : 

Commissioned charge d'affaires February 9, 1854. Commissioned minister resident June 29, 1854. 
Presented credentials as such September 2, 1854. Left Sei^tember 14, 1858. 

1856. — Jose Tadeo Monegas, President. 1868. — Ee-clccted Augnst. 1858. — Julian Castro, 
President. I860. — F. de Toras, President. 1861. — Jose A. Paez, President. 

Edward A. Turpin, of New York : 

Commissicned minister resident June 15, 1858. Took leave November 10, 1861. 

Henry T. Blow, of Missouri : 

Commissioned minister resident June 8, 1861. Left on leave about February 22, 1862, and requested 
"WILLIAM STCRUP, consul-general of Denmark, to receive for the United States all sums of 
money due from Venei^uela on account of claims of citizens of the United States. 

1863. — Juan C. Falcon, President. 

E. D. Culver, of New York : 

Commissioned minister resident July 12, 1802. Left about May 7, and resigned, to take effect Juuo 
30, 1866. 

James Wilson, of Indiana: 

Commissioned minister resident ]SIay 31, 1866. Died at his post .Vugust 8, 1867. 

1868. — Manuel E. Bruzual, Chief Executive. 

Thomas N. Stilwell, of Indiana : 

Commissioned minister resident August 30, 1867. Left for the United States Juno 6, 1868. 



106 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Erastus C. Pkuyn, of New York : 

Commercial agent at Caracas. Acted aa charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 6, IPdS, to July S, 
1869. 

18G9. — J. liiipi'iio MoHuyus, Chief Executive, February. 

Jaimes R. Paktkidge, of Maryland: 

Comniissioned minister resident April 21, 18G9. Left on leave May 9, 1870, jdacing archives of lega- 
tion in charge of WILLIAM STURUP, consul-general Denmark. Mr. PARTRIDGE was 
appointed minister to Brazil. 

1870. — Antonio Guzman Blanco, President. 

William A. Pile, of Missouri : 

Commissioned minister resident May 23, 1871. Still in office. 

W u r t e HI 1» e r g- . 

Henry Wiieaton, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia:) 

Empowered, November 18, 1843, to negotiate concerning the abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes 
on emigration. 

George Bancroft, of New York, (E. E. and M. P. to Prussia:) 
Empowered to negotiate treaties of naturalization and extradition. 



XXIV — HEAOS OF FOREHtSIV ItBBSSffOrV.sj ANO WaPff^OMATIC AGEIVT.«l IIV 

THE JJNITEB STATES. 
Arg-entine R'Cjmlijlic ami Arg^eiilisje Cosifetlersitioii. 

Carlos Maria de Alvear: 

Minister plenipotentiary from the republic of Buenos Ayres, was received at the Department of 
State October 9, 1824, but retired on the 21st of the same month. On the 11th October, 1838, he 
presented credentials as minister plenipotentiary and extraordinary of the Argentine Confed- 
eration. 

Domingo F. Sarmiento, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials November 9, 18G5. Announced departure on leave July 8, 18G5. 

Bartolome Mitre y Vedia, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affiiires ad interim from Jvily 6 to November 30, 1807, and from July H to March 
16, 1869. 

Manuel Rafael Garcia, envoy extraordinary and miaister pleuipoteutiary : 
Presented credentials March 16, 1869. Still accredited. 

Carlos Carranza, secretary of legation: 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from November 11, 1872, to October 28, 1873. 

Austria and Ausfria-llHiig-ar:* . 

Baron de Mareschal, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials October 13, 1838. Took leave October 21, 1841. 

Chevalier Hulsemann, charge d'affaires ad interim : 

Fiom October 21, 1841, to December 5, 1855, when he presented credentials as minister resident. 
Embarked for Europe on leave June 4, 1863, leaving the affairs of the legation in charge of 
CHARLES P. LOOSE Y, Austrian consul-general. 

Count Nicholas Giorgi, minister resident : 

Presented credentials August 20, 1863. Died in New York November 8, 1864. 

Count Wydenlruck, envoy extraordinary and minister pleuipoteutiary : 
Presented credentials March 15, 1865. Left on leave September, 1867. 

Baron dis Franckenstein, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from September, 1867, until the arrival of the new minister. 

Baron C'iiai!LKS df. Ledeker, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials September 4, 1863. Still accredited. 

Ladislas Henglmuller de Hengervar, secretary of legation : 
Acted as charg6 de affaires ad interim from April 28 to September 4, 1872. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 107 

Belg'iiiin. 

Bakon Desihk Behr, niiiiister resident : 

Prescuteil credeutials Juue C, 1832. Auuoiiuced inteiitiou of letiiruiug to Europe on leave June 
6, 1837. The legation remained in charge of H. G. T. MALI, Belgian consul at New York, until 
the arrival of Mr. SEEEUTS. 
Charle.s SKKHUY.S, charge d'atfaires : 

Presented credentials September 22, 3838. Eecalled September 22, 1845. 

Baron Beaueieu, minister resident: 

Presented credentials Marcli 9, 1846. Left on leave August 5, 1848. A. MOXHET, Belgian consul 
at New York, remained in charge of the legation until the arrival of successor. 

Henry Bosch Spencer, charg^ d'aifaires : 

Arrived in Washington in March, 1850. Announced intention of visiting Europe July 2, 1853. 
A. T. KIECKIIOEFEE, chancellor of the legation, remained in charge until April 15, 1854. 

Henri Solvyns, charg^ d'aftaires : 

Was received by the Secretary of State April 15, 1854. Transinitted letter of recall August 9, 
1855. 

Henri Bo.sch Spencer, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials December 5, 1855. Embarked for Europe September U, 1858, leaving H. "W. 
T. MALI, Belgian consul-general at New Yoik, in charge of the legation. 

Blondeel van Cuelebroeck, envoy extraordinary and ntinister plenipoteutiarj": 
Presented credentials August 10, 1859. Left about January 1, 1865. 

Maurice Dei.fosse, minister resident : 

Presented credentials August 25, 1865. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minis- 
plenipotentiary May 21, 1873. Still accredited. 

ISrazil, 

Jose Selve.stre Rebello, charg^ d'affaires: 

Presented credentials May 26, 1824. To()k leave by letter Seiitember 1, 1829. 

Jose de Aranjo Ribeiro, cliarge d'affaires : 

First note to the Secretary of State September 2, 1829. Left the United States the last of Febru- 
ary, 1833. 

Manoel GurniEiniE dos Reis, consul-general : 

Acted as charge d'aflaires ad interim from February to December 31, 1833. 

Jose Francisco de Paula Cavalcanti de Albuqi!ki!Quk, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials December 31, 1833. Took leave July 23, 1838. 

Ernesto Ferreira Fr.\nca, minister resident : 

Presented credentials July 23, 1838. Took le.ave October 28, 1839. 

Pedro Rodrigues Fernandes Chaves, chargd d'iiff.iires: 

Presented credentials March 17, 1840. Mission ended Miy 29, 1841. 

Gaspar Jo.se de Lisboa, minister resident : 

Presented credentials May 29, 1841. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary September 12, 1845. Took leave July 22, 1847. 

Felipe Jose Pereira Leal, secretary of legation : 

Acted a.s charge d'affaires ad interim from July 22, 1817, to March 9, 1849. 

Sergio Texeira de Macedo, envoy extraonlinaiy and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials March 12, 1849. Left on leave in June, 1851. Took tinal leave by letter 
from Brazil September 5, 1851. 

Antonio Jose Duarte de Aranjo Gondim, secretary of legation : 
Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from Juno to November, 1851. 

Luis Pereira Sodre, chargd d'affaires: 

From November, 1851, to September 21, 1852. 
Francisco Ignacio de Car\'alho Moreira, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
potentiary : 

Pre.seuted credentials September 21, 1852. Took leave August 1, 1855. 

Fr.vncisco Xavier da Costa Aguiar de Andhada, attach<5: 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from August 1, 1855, to May 29, 1856. 



108 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Josl^: Fr.vxcisco de Paula Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials May 29, 1856. Gave notice of intended temporary absence August 26, 1858. 

AxTONio Pedro de Carvalho Borges, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim frum Angust 26, 1858, to October 3, 1859. 

Miguel Maria Lisboa, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary. 

Presented credentials October 3, 1859. Gave notice of liis intended departure on leave April 28, 
1864. His letter of recall delivered by successor September 23, 1865. 

Luis Augusto de Padua Fleury, attacbd : 

Afterward secretary of legation. Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from April 28 to May 27, 
1864 ; from August 13 to December 31, 1867 ; and from October 13, 1870, to October 9, 1871. 

Ignacio de Avellar Barboza da Silva, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 27, 1864, to September 23, 1865. 

JOAQUiM Maria Nascextes de Azambu.ta, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary : 

Presented credentials September 23, 1865. Took leave May 17, 1867. 

Henrique Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, secretary of legation : 
Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim fiom January 23, to July 5, 1867. 

DoMiXGos Jose Gonsalves de Magalhaens, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
potentiary : 

Presented credentials July 5, 1867. Announced intention of returning on leave October 13, 1870. 

Antonio Pedro de Carvalho Borges, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary : 

Presented credentials October 9, 1871. Still accredited. 

Brunswick nn«l liiiiicbur^. 

Julius S.4.mson, consul at Mobile : 

Empowered, 1854, as plenipotentiary to negotiate a treaty concerning the disposal of property. 

t'enti'sil America. 

Manuel I. Arce and Juan M. Rodriguez, commissioners : 
Presented credentials September 10, 1823. 

Antonio Jose Canaz, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials August 4, 1824. Took leave bj- letter June 24, 1826. 

Pedro Gonzalez, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials November 14, 1826. Took le.ave by letter from New York March 16, 1828. 

Chili. 

Joaquin Camping, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials March 6, 1828. Took leave June 3, 1829. 

Manuel Carvallo, cliarg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials February 18, 1834. Took leave July 7, 1835. Mr. CARVALLO was accred- 
ited envoy extraordinary and minister ]ilcnipoteutiary, and presented crwlontials as sucli Au- 
gi'st 17, 1846. Withdrew on leave January 9, 1854. 

Juan Bello, cbarg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials December 30, 18.59. Died in New York September 17, 1860. 

F. S. Asta Buruaga, cbarg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials May 22, 1861. Took leave January 28, 1867. 

Alberto Blest Gana, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials January 28, 1867. Took leave January 11, 1868. 

Mariano S.vnchez Fontecilla, charg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials March 12, 1868. Letter of recall received at the Department of State Jan- 
uary 13, 1870. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 109 

Joaquin Godoy, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials September 9, 1870. AVitlulrew ou leave April 9, 1870. Letter of recall 
transmitted May 18, 1872. 

Franci.sco Gonzalez Errazuiuz, secretary of legation: 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from April 9, lt<70. Utill in charge. 

China. 

Ansox Buri.ingame. of United States, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary, and Chih-Kang and Sun Chia-Ku, of the second Cliinese rank, associated high 
envoys and ministers: 

Presented credentials June 6, 1868. 

Colombia.* 

Manuel Torres, charge d'atiaires : 

Presented credentials June 18, 1822, and served until June 10, 1^23. 

Jose Maria Salazar, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials June 10, 1823. Punctious ceased June 17, 1828. Left about July 18, 1829. 
Alejandro V]fiLEZ, charge d'affaires : 

Placed in charsi^ of legation June 17, 1828. Department informed, by note of August 11, 1828, of 
the withdrawal of legation. Transmitted his letter of recall to Department August 17. 
Domingo Acosta, charg^ d'affaires : 

Presented credentials Jauuary 2, 1832. By note of May IH, 1832, he infoimed the Department that 
the convention at Bogota had established a constitution fur New Granada. He contiuued to act 
as charge without presenting new credentials. Announced his intention to return Sejitettiber 
6, 1838, which is the last communication received from him. 

Joaquin Acosta, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials July 20, 1842. Announced the termination of his mission JTovember 8, 1842. 

Pedro A. Hkrhan, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials December 7, ldl7. Announced termination of his mission August 16, 18-19. 
I 

Rafael Rivas, charg^ d'affaires : 

Presented credentials August 29. 1849. Took leave June 7, 1850. 

ViCTORl.\NO DE DiEGO Paredes, cbarg(5 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials April 27, 1852. Services terminated about June 20, 1855. 

Pedro A. Herran, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials June 20, 1855. Announced intention to return on leave March 3, 1863. 

Rafael Pombo, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'aflaires ad interim, from Januaiy 19, 1860, to .Juno 4, 1861; from June 16 to 
July 21, 1863, and as charge d'affaires from Juno 10 to October 11, 1872. 

J. M. Hurtado, commissioner and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials June 4, 1861. Announced termination of his mission June 16, 1863. 

Manuel Murillo, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials July 21, 1863. Temporarily withdrew about February 11, 1864. 

Francisco Parkaga, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about February 11 to September 15, 1864. 

EusTORjio SALGAfi, envoj' extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials September 15, 1864. Took leave August 16, 1867. Legations in foreign 
countries withdrawn. 

Manuel Muhillo, envoy extraordinary : 

Presented credentials November 9, 1867. Last note from him December 10, 1867. 

S.\NTOS AcosTA, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials September 20, 1868. Took leave May 3, 1870. 

Enrique Cortes, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 3 to Angnst 24, 1870. 

* The '• Kepuhlic of Colombia " consisted of what was afterward known as New Gran.ada, Venezuela, 
and Ecuador. In 1831 tliis iipulilic srpaiatcd into tliice i('pul)lics. with tliost^ respective names. In 
1862 New Granada assumed the name of the " United Slates of tjoloin' ia." 



110 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Santiago Pkhez, minister resident : 

Presenteil credentiala August 24, 1870. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minis- 
ter plenipotentiary October 31, 1871. Took leave June 10, 1872. 

Carlos Mahtin, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials October 11, 1872. Still accredited. 

Costa Rica. 

Felipe Molina, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials March 24, 1851. Died in Washington February 1, 1855. 

Luis Molixa, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials June 14, 1855. (See below.) 

Napoleon Escalante and Luis Molina, envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipo- 
tentiary : 

Presented credentials, on a special mission of friendship,November 24, 1S57. Mr. ESCALANTE 
took leave April 10, 1858. Mr. MOLINA remained a.s envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary until August 22, IgEG, when he transmitted bis letter of recall. 

EzEQUiEL Gutierrez, chargd d'aifaires: 

Presented credentials September 20, 18fi6. "Withdrew on leave October 28, 1868. 

Deaiiiiark. 

Pedek Blicher Olsen, minister resident : 

Arrived in Washington about July 31, 1801. President absent. Transmitted credentials to the 
Secretary of State August 9, IbOl. lietarned on leave July (i, 1803. 

Peder Pederson, consul : 

Acted a.s cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim fiora July (J, 1803, to about June 28, 1815, when he presented 
credentials as minister resident.. Announced intention to leave for Europe July 31, 1830. 

Steen Bille, charg6 d'affaires: 

Arrived in the United States about August 28, 1830. Took temporary leave July 21, 1852; and 
final leave, by letter, March 17, 1854. 

ToRBEN BiLLE, consul-general : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interitn ivora July 21, 1852, to March 17, 1854, when ha presented cre- 
dentials as charge d'aifaires. Took leave September 8, 1857. 

Waldemai: KuDOLpn Raasloff, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials December 26, 1857. Left October 15, 18G2, by order of his government 
on a mission to China. Legation left in charge of Count PIPEH, minister resident of Sweden 
and Norway. Mr. KAASLOFF presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary January 14, 18fJ4. Left on leave July 28, 1866. 

Harald Dallnei:, consul at New York : 

Acted as cliai'ge d'affaires ad interitn from July 28, 1806, to December 28, 1867. 

Frantz Ehnst Bille, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials December 28, 1867. Presented credentials as minister resident September 
25, 1869. Ai)poiuted envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Stockholm. Inclosed 
his letter of recall August 7, 1872. 

C. T. Christensen, consul-general at New York: 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from Juno 15 to December 8, 1870 ; from April, 1871, to 
about July 15, 1872 ; and from August 7, 1872, o January 22, 1873. • 

JoHAN Henrik Hkgerman-Lindencrone, charg6 d'affaires: 
Presented credentials January 22, 1873. Still in charge. 

Kciia«l«>r. 

Joslti Villamil, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials June 10, 1853. Took leave April 13, 1854. 

Antonio Floi:es, charg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials about December 5, 1860. Informed Department, starch 22, 1861, of bis in- 
tended departure to assume diplomatic functions in Europe. Mr. FLOKES presented creden- 
tials as minister resident and plenipotentiary to peace convention March 25, 1870. Still accred- 
ited as minister resident. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. Ill 

France. 

Count de Moustier, uiiuister pleuipoteiitiary : 

Presented credentials February 2(5, 1788. Took leave about October 9, 1789. 

Mr. Otto, cbarg^ d'aflaiies ad Interim: 

From about October 9, 1789, to August 1-2, 1791. 

Colonel Tekxant, minister pleuipoteutiary : 

Presented cr.edentials August 12, 1791. Took leave May 17, 1793. 

Edmond C. Genet : 

Presented credentials May 17, 1793. United States Government suspended diftlomatic relations 
witb Mr. GEXET about August 15, 1793. 

Joseph Fauchet, minister iJlenipoteutiary : 

Presented credentials February 24, 1794. Services terminated about June 1, 1795. 

Piehke Auguste Adet, minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials June — , 1795. Services torniinated about December 1, 179(i. 

L. A. PiciiON, charg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials March 19.*1801. Services terminated about Marcli 27, 1805. 

General Tukreau, minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials about Marcb 27, 1805. Services terminated about January 1, 1811. 

Mr. Seruuieu, envoy extraordinary iwid minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials about February 21, 1811. Took leave Jauuary 22, 1816. 

Mr. Roth, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from Jauuary 23 to July 1, 1816, and tri)m about June 11, 1820, 
to about February 14, 1821. 

G. Hyde de Neuville, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoti?ntiary: 

Forwarded his letter of credence from Xew York June 18, 1810. Took leave June 29, 1822. 

Count de Menou, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from June 29, 1822, to August 3, 1824, and from July 13, 1827 
to ab(mt July 12, 1830. 

Baron de Mareuil, envoy extraordinary and minister pli^iipotentiary : 
Presented credentials August 3, 1824. Took leave by letter June 30, 1827. 

Roux DE RocHELLE, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Forwarded from New York July 4, 1830, his credentials, and also the Baron de Neuville's letter 
of recall. Took leave March 7, 1831. 

Mr. Seruuieu, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoteutiarj^: 

Presented credentials Marcli 7, 1831 Kecalled ; presented Mr. Pageot as charge d'affaires ad 
interim by letter F'ebruary 23, 1835. 

Alphonse Pagkot, secretary of legation. 

Acted as charge d'affiiires ad interim from February 23, 1835, to January 2, 1836, when he with- 
drew by order of his government. Presented credentials as charg6 d'affaires November 19, 1836. 
Took leave as such April 14,1837. Again acted as charge d'affaires art mfm)n from April 22, 
1839, to July 2, 1840. 

Edouard Pontois, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials April 14, 1837. LefD on leave April 22, 1839. 

Loui.-^ Au()i,PHE AiME Fourier de Bacourt, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
potentiary : 

Presented credentials July 3, 1840. Left on leave about August 5, 1842. 

Chatry dk la Fos.se, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about August 5 to November 14, 1842. 

Alphonse Joseph Yver Pageot, minister plenipotentiary ad interim : 

From November 14, 1842, to about January, 1848. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotenliary January — , 1848; services tfrniinated March 29, 1848. 

A. DE BouRBOULON, Secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'alliiires ad interim from March 29 to Augusst 5, 1848, and from March 2 to March 
18, 18.^0. 



112 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

GciLLAUME Tell Lavm.lii:e Poussin, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary : 

rresented credentials August 5, 1848. The United States Governmeut declined to hold corre- 
spondence with Mr. POUSSIN September 14, 1849. 

Ernest Axdhk Olivier S.vin de Boislecomte, envoy extraordinary and minister plen- 
ipotentiary : 

Presented credentials March 18, 1850. Took leave May 6, 1S51. 

Mr. DE GiLiBERT, chanceller : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from May 6 to May 29, 1851. 

CoDNT DE Sartiges, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials May 29, 1851. Left about May 20, 1859. 

Gauldree DE BoiLLEAU, Secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about June 9, 1855, to about April 30, 1856. 
Viscount Jules Tkeilhard, secretaiy of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from May 23, 1859, to 'luly 4, 1860, and from about December 
31, 1863, to March 2, 1864. 

Heni{i Meucier, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials July 4, 1860. The last communication from Mr. Mercier, December 26, 1863. 

Louis de Geofiioy, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from March 2, 1864, to May 13, 18C5. 

Marquis de Montholon, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials May 13. 1865. Took leave December 25, 1866. 

Jules Bei;themy, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials December 25, 1866. Took leave December C, 1870. 

Count de Faverney, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim, from April 21, 1869, to about January 22, 1870. 

Prievost Paradol, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials July 16, 1870. Died iu Washington July 19, 1870. Mr. BEKTHEMY 
immediatelj' resumed charge of the legation. 

Viscount Jules Treilhard, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials December 6, 1870. Took leave April 28, 1871. 

Henry de Bellonnet, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from April 28, 1871, to July 21, 1872. 

Marquis de Noailles, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials July 24, 1672. Took leave January 30, 1874. 

Marquis de Clermont-Tonnerre, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires from Jauuary 30, 1874. Still in charge. 

Ca<>rinaiiy, Central Ctovcriiniciit of. 

Baron von Eoenne, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials January 26, 1849. Took leave February 20, 1850. 

Germany. (See North German Union and Fnissia.) 

Baron Alvensleben, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from July 4 to August 1, 1871. 

Kurd von Sciilozer, envoy and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials August 1, 1871. Still accredited. 

Ferdinand Stumm, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from May 22 to August 23, 1873. 

Cireat Britain. 

George Ham:\iond. envoy extraordinary an<l minister i)lenii)()t<'ntiury : 
Presented credentials October — , 1791. Took leave August 14, 1795. 

PiiiNEAS Bond, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 14, 1795, to May 12, 1796. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 113 

Robert Liston, envoy exfcraordiiiaiy aiul minister plenipoteatiary : 
rreseuted credentials May 16, 1796. Took leave iiboiit November 27, 1800. 

Edward Thornton, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim, from about November 27, 1800, to November 26, 1803. 

Anthony Merry, euvoy estranrdiuary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials November 29, 1803. Took leave November 3, 1806. 
Honorable David M. Erskine, euvoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials November 3, 1806. Took leave Oct )ber 3, 1809. 

Francis James Jackson, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials October 3, 1&09. Recalled at the request of the United States Government. 
His passports were delivered about November 11, 1809. Succetsor arrived in the United States 
August 31, 1810. 

John Philip Morier, charg6 d'affaires : 

August 31, 1810. Tookleave July 2, 1611. 
Augustus John Foster, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials July 2, 1811. Services terminated June 21, 1811, by the declaration of vs'ar 
against Great Britain. 

Anthony St. John Bakkr, charg6 d'affaires : 

I'resented credentials February 22, 1815. Successor arrived March 18, 1816. 

Right Honorable Charles Bagot, envoy extraordinary and minister iilenipoteutiary : 

Presented credentials March 21, 1816. Took leave April 14, 1819. 
GiBBS Cr.vweord Antrobus, secretary of legation : 

Actfd as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from April 14, 1819, to October 16, 1820. 

Right Honorable Sir Stratford C.vxning, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary : 

Presented credentials October 16, 1820. Took leave of the Pre.sident June 24, 1823, but remained 
in charge of the legation till Augu.st 9, 1823, when he left the United States. 

Henry Unwin Addington, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 9, 1823, to August 20, 182.'). 

Right Honorable Charli s Richard Vaughan, envoy extraordinary and minister plen- 
ipotentiary : 

Preaented credentials and Mr. CANNING'S letter of recall August 20, 1825. Left on leave ;May 7, 
1831. Returned March 29, 1833. Took leave September 19, 1835. 
Charles Bankhead, secretary of legation: 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 7, 1831, to March 29, 1833, and from September 20, 
1635, to March 15, 1836. 

Hi'.XRY Stephen Fox, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented his credentials M.arcb 16, 1836. Took leave February 21, 1844. 

Right Honorable Lord Ashburton : 
On special mission in 1842. 

Riglit Honorable Richard Fakenham, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary : 

Presented credentials February 21, 1844. Took leave May 21, 1847. 

Right Honorable Sir Henry Lytton Bulvver, envoy extraordinary and minister plen- 
ipotentiary : 

Presented credentials December 24, 1849. Left Washington on leave August 12, 1851. 

John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton, euvoy extraordinary and minister pleni[)()ten- 
tiary : 

As secretary of legation acted as charge d'affaires ad nifcrim May 21, 1847, to December 24, 1849. 
and fi-om August 13, 1851, to February 14, 1852, when he ])resented credenlials as envoy extraor- 
dinary and minister plenipotentiary, and also Sir HENRY BULWER'S letter of lecall. The 
United States Government discoutinu(;d diplomatic intercourse with him May 28, 1856, and sent 
him his passports on that day. 
Philip GriiI'TTii, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim^ from July 4 to July 2."), 1853, and from August 11 to Sejitem- 
ber 8, 1654. 

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114 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Eai:l of Elgin and Kincardine : 

On special mission in 1854. 

John Savile Lumlky, seci'etary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from May 3 to June 3, 1855. 

Lord Napier, envoy extraordiuary aud iiiiuister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials March IG, 1857. Took leave April 11, 1859. 

Eight Honorable Lord Lyons, envoy extraordinarj' and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials April 12, 1859. Left on leave December 5, 1864. 

William Douglas Ii:yine, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charj;6 daflkires ad interim from July 28 to October 27, 1860. 

Honorable William Stuart, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'aliaires ad interim from June 16 to November 13, 1862, and from August 15 to 
about October 12, 1863. 

Joseph Hume Burnley, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from August 25 to October 26, 1664, and from December 6, 
1864, to April 20, 1865. 

Honorable Sir Frederic W. A. Bruce : 

Presented credentials April 20, 1865. Died in the United States September 18, 1867. 

Francis Clare Ford, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim Irom September 5, 1867, to February 4, 1863. 

Ei glitHonorable Sir Edward Thornton, envoy extraordinarj' and minister plenipo- 
tentiary : 

Presented credentials Febi-uary 4, 1868. Still accredited. 

Earl de Grey and Eipok, K. G. ; Eight Honorable Sir Stafford H. Northcote, 
Bart., C. B. : Sir Edward Thornton, K. C. B.; Sir John A. McDonald, K. C. B.; 
and Mountague Bernard, Esquire : 

Empowered n.s high comniissionesrs, procurators, and plenipotenti.aries, February 16, 1871, for set- 
tling the differences between the United States and Great Britain. 

Lord Tenterden : 

Secretary of the British commissioners in the joint high commission. 
Honorable Francis John Pakenham, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from July 22 to December 11, 1871. 

Greece. 

Alexandre Eizo Rangabe, minister resident: 

Presented credentials June 13, 1867. Last note from bim dated d i.ne 2, 1868. 

Cleon Eizo Rangare, secretary of legation : 

Acted as chai'ge d'affaires ad interim from June 2, 1868, to September 23, 1371. 

Ouateiiiala. 

Felipe Molina, charg6 d'affaires: 

Pi'esented credentials July 10, 1851. Presented credentials, as minister plenipotentiary, June 21 , 
1852. Died in Washington February 1, 1855. 

Antonio Jos6 de Irisarri, minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials Septembei- 4, 1855. Died in the LTuited States June 10, 1868. 

Josf. Maria Vela, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials October 12, 1868. Transmitted letter of recall October 9, 1871. 

Vicente Dardon, envoy extraordinary and minister plcHipoteutiary : 
Presented credentials October 25. 1872. Still accredited. 

Hanseatic Kei>ul»licaii. 

Vincent Eumpke, minister plenipotentiary: 

Empowered, 1828, to negotiate a treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

Ifawaii. 

Haalilio and William Eictiards, special commissioners: 

December, 1842, aiipointed to obtain from the United States a recognition of the independence of 
the Sandwich Islands. Last communication dated July 1, 1844. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 115 

James Jackson Jakves, special commissioner: 

Credentials dated August 24, 1849. Mr. GEEKIT P. JUDD was associated with J. J. JARYES as 
special c()rnnii.s.sioner and envoy extraordinary September 10, 1849, but proceeded at once to 
Europe. Last communication dated May 30, 1850. 

Willia:\i Little Lek. envoy extraoidiuniy and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials July 10, 1S.55. La.st conimunicntion dated September 2-2, 1855. 

Elisha H. Allex, envoy extraordinary : 

Presented credentials about Augiust 22, 1856. Took leave about March 15, 18.57. 

Schuyler Livingston, charg(? d'atiaires : 

Credentials dated May 28, 1859. Last communication dated April 20, I860.' 

S. U. F. Odell, consul-general : 

Acted as cliarg6 d'affaires from August 14, 1862, to February 3, 1864, and from Fel)iuaTy 23, 1865, 
to July 16,1867. 

Elisha H. Allen, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials June 9, 1664. Last commuuicatiou dated February 22, 18G5. 

Chaim.es C. Harris, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials July 16, 1867. Successor was received June 14, 1870. 

John M. Smith, charge d'att'aires: 

Letter of credence received December 11, 1868. Acted until about May 27, 1869. 

Elisha H. Allen, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials Januarj- 14, 1870. Last communication dated Maj^ 12, 1870. 

ISayti. 

Ernest Rol'main, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials March 3, 1863. Left about April 21, 1867. 

Demosthenes Bruno, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from October 28, 18G3, to July 9, 1864, and from September 29, 
1864, to May 6, 1865, and from February 7, 1866, to June 28, 1867. 

George F. Usher, consul : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 28, 1867, to October 17, 1867. > 

George Racster, charg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials October 17, 1S67. Took leave March 22, 1869. 

EvARiSTE Laroche, charg^ d'affaires : 

Presented credentials March 29, 1869. Took leave November 20, 1869. 

Alexander Tate, envoy extraordinary and minister pUniiputentiary 
Presented credentials J^ovcmber 20, 1869. Took leave February 11, 1870. 

Stephen Preston, minister resident: 

Presented credentials April 22, 1870. Presented ciedentials as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary February 14, 1873. Still accredited. 

IIoii4Eii:ra<i. 

Jos^: F. Barrundia, envoy extraordinary and mini.stei- plenijjoteutiary : 
Presented credentials May 29, 1854. Died in Xew York August 4, 1854. 

Leon Alvarado, minister plenipotentiary : 

Sent on a special mission of friendhbip. Presented credentials Ajuil 16, 1857. Took his departure 
a few days afterward. Returned on March 9, 1860, and took leave the 28th of that month. 

Luis Molina, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials September 24, 1860. Withdrew on leave October 19, 1867. 

Ignacio Go.mkz, minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials February 25, 1868. "Withdrew on leave October 24, 1869. 

Italy. (See (Sardinia.) 

CiiEVALiKi; Joseph Bertinatti, minister resident : 

April 1 1, 1861, Mr. liEIlTINATTI, iiiinisli'r resident of Sardinia, announced the assumption, by 
Victor Emanuel 11, of the title of King of Italy, which occurred on the 17tli of March preceding. 
Presented letter of credence as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary July 30, 1864. 
Left the United States on leave June 8, 1866. 



1 1 G HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

ROMKO Cantagalli, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 (VafFaires ad interivi from June 8, 16fi6, to August 30, 1867. 

CiiEVAiJKP. Mahcello Cekhuti, envoy extraordinary aii'l minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials August 30, 18i)7. Successor presented May 13, 1870. 

Count Luigi Colobiano, secretary of legation : 

Acted as cliargfi d'affaires ad interim from July 2, 1869, to May 13, 1H70. 

Count Luigi Coirrr. envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotisntiary : 

Presented creilentials 'May 13, 1870. Loft on leave October 7, 1873. Still accredited. 

Count Zannini, secretary of legation : 

Charg6 d'affaires ad interim October 7, 1873. Still in charge. 

Japan. 

.TuGOi AiuxoRi Mori, charg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials March 2, 1871. Left on leave March 19, 1873. Still accredited. 

SiONii ToMOMi IWAKUKA, embassador extraordinary, and Jussami Takayossi Kido, 

JUSSAMI TOSSIMITSI OlvUBO, JUSUIE HlHOBUMIE ItO, and JU.SIIII-: Ma8S(»UICA Yama- 

GUTSi, vice-embassadors extraordinary : 

On a special mission. Presented credentials March 4, 1872. Took leave July 24, 1S72. 

Samro Taivaki, secretary of legation: 

Acteil as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from March 18 to August 0, 1'73. 

Giro Yano, secretary of legation : 

Acted a.8 cliarg6 d'afl'aires ad interim from Angiist 9, 1873. Still in charge. 

L.iberia. 

Joiix B. PiiiNNEY, charg6 d'affaires : 

Presented ccedentials May 18, 1864. Services terminated May 23, 18G5. 

H. M. ScHiiCFi.'KiJX, charge d'affaires: 

Transmitted credentials to Secretary of State May 23, 1865. Still in charge. 

I.iine*;;«rg'. (See Brunswick.) 

Mexico. 

JOSK M.VXUEL DE ZOZAYA, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Placed credentials in Department of .State December 10, 18:22. Departed for Xew Oileans May 21, 
1823. Did not resume tlie duties of minister. 

Jos6 A. TORRENS, cliargd d'affaires: 

Transmitted credentials to Secretary of State by note of October 29, 1823. Services terminated 
November 18, 1824. 

Pablo Obregox, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotiMitiary : 
Presented credentials November 18, 1824. Died .at legation September 10, 1828. 

Josfi Maria Mo.xtoya, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charji6 d'affaiies ad intcriiii from September 10, 1828, to February 16, 1830. Presented 
credeutia's as charge d'affaires June 6, 1831. Successor presented April 9, 1833. 

Jos6 Maria Tornel, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials February 16, 1830. Tooli leave June 6, 1831. 

Agustix iTURiunE, cliargd d'affaires : 

Presented eredeutiala April 9, 1833. Took leave June 26, 1833. 

Joaquin M. de Castillo y L.vnzas, secretary of legation: 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim fiom June 26, 1833, to March 24, 1836, and from October 15, 
1836, t') October 16, 1837. 

Manuel Eduahdo Gokostiza, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials March 24, 1836. Requested his passports October 15, 1836. 

Fkanci.^^co Pizarro Martinez, envoy extraordinary and minister i)lenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials October 16, 1837. Died in United States February 9, 1840.' 

Juan L. Almonte, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials October 27, 1842. Demanded his passports March 6, 1845, on account of 
breaking out of hostilities. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 117 

Luis de la Rosa, envoy extraordinary and minister jdenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials December 2, 1848. Took leave January 10, 1852. 
Jose M. Gonzalez de la Vega, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from January 10 to May 22, 1852. 
Manuel Larraixzar, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials May 22, 1852. Took leave July 6, 1853. 
Juan N. Almonte, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials July 7, 1853. Took leave of Secretary of State February 6, 185G. 

AxGEL IruRBiDE, Secretary of legation : 

Acted as cbarge d'affaires ad interim from February 6 to April 16, 185G. 
Manuel Robles Pezuela, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials April 16, 1856. Announced, by nota of 31.st July, 1858, his temporary with- 
drawal. 
Gkegorio Barandiaran, second secretary of legation: 

Acted as charts d'affaires ad interim from about August 3, 1858, to April 28. 1859. 

Jose Maria Mata, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials April 28, 1859. Announced his departure on leave August 11, 1860. 

Matias Romero, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about August 11, 1860, to about May 8, 1863, when he 
left on leave. He presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
October 29, 1863. Took leave July 13, 1868. 

Ignacio Mariscal, .'secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from abcmt October 31, 1867, to about April 6, 1868. He pre- 
sented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary August 11, 1809. Still 
accredited. 

Manuel Castilla y Portugal, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about April 14 to .about June 23, 1870. 

Francisco Gomez Palacio, charge d'affaires ad interim: 
From about May 2, 1871, to August 4, 1872. 

X«CIierInit(ls. 

PiKTEU JoiFAX VAN Behkel, minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials October 31, 1783. Transmitted letter of recall to Secretary of State August 
25, 1788. Left United States about September 3, 1788. 

Franco Petrus van Berkel, minister resident: 

Presenti^l credentials May 15, 1789. Services terminated .about September 5, 1795. 

R. G. van Polanen. minister resident : 

Presented credentials August 30, 1796. Services terminated about October 18, 1802. 

F. D. Chaxguion, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
From October, 1814, to July, 1815. 

J. W. Ten Cate, charge d'affaires : 

Arrivt'<l in Waabington March 26, 1816. Services terminated in August, 1818. 

Viscount Goupy de Quaheck, chargd d'affaires : 

Presented credentials November 9, 1818. Kecalled August 22, 1822. 
CiiEVALiEii C. D. E. J. Bangeman Huygens, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
l)otentiary : 

Presented credentials August 26, 1825. Took leave January 5, 1832, to return on le.ivo. 

Chevalier U. B.vngeman Huygens, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from .Tauuary 5, 1832, to July 11, 1833. 

Adrien Mahtini, cliarg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credeuti.als July II, le33. Took leave July 27, 1842. 

Chevalier J. C. Gevers, cliargd d'atfaires : 

Arrived in Wasliintrton about November 8, 1842. Arrival of suecessor July 20, 1845. 

Chevalikk Franc^'ois Matiiieu Wenceslaus Te.sta, charge d'afVaircs : 
Preseulcd credentials July 30, 1845. Successor arrived about July 10, 1854. 



118 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STxVTES. 

CiiEVALiKi! J. C. Gevers, eiivoy extraordiuary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Arrived in Washington about July 10, 1854. Announced his departure on November 17, 1855. 
CoiKsul-general at New York in charge of the afl'airs of the legation. 

H. C. DuBois, minister resident: 

Presented credentials May 6, 1856. Left on leave August 20, 1856. Transmitted letter of recall 
by note dated The Hague, November 15, 1856. 

T. M. ROEST VAN LiiMiu'iUi, minister resident : 

Pre.seiited credentials June 17, 1857. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and niiuistor 
pleni|)otentiary January 23, 18(U. Left on leave about May 10, 18G7. Letter of recall is dated 
October a 1, 1868. 

A. Mazel, minister resident, (provisionally :) 

Presented credentials June 14, 18()7. November 23, 1868, announced the recall of Mr. VAN LIM- 
BURG, and of his appointment as minister resident. Last coinmuuication received from him 
dated June 10, 1871. 

Berniiakd de WestenbehO, minister resident: 

Pre.sented credentials August 1, 1871. iStill accredited. 

Kicaragna. 

Eduardo Cai:caciie, charf;je d'affaires : 

Presented credentials December 24, 1810. Took leave bj- letter from New York July S, 1^*50. 

Jos]^ de Marcoeeta, envoy extraordinary and minister j)lenipoteiitiary : 

Presented credentials Febiuary 22, lf51. December 30, 1852, the Secretary of State declined fur- 
ther official communication with him. December 17, 1853 he presented new credentials. His 
last communication was dated Apiil 26, 1856. 

Agustin Vigil, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Transmitted credentials May 14, 18.56. Announced intended absence June 28, 185(5, leaving JOHN 
P. HEISS, secretary of legation, in chargeof the legation. 

Antonio Jose de Irisarri, envoy extraordinaiy and minister plenipotentiary : 

Transmitted copy of credentials October 16, 1856, but not recognized until October 17, 1857. 
Tiansraitted letter of recall January 4, 1859. 

Maximo Jerez, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Sent on a special mission to continue the pending negotiation of a treaty. Presented credentials 
October 5, 1858. Presented new credentials as permanent mini.-ter January 11, 185!). 

Luis Molina, charge d'affaires : 

First note to Secretary of State August 30, 1859. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary March 16, 1861. Took leave September 30, 1867. 

Ignacio Gomez, minister jdenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials February 25, 1H68. Withdrew on leave October 24, 1869. 

Jose Rosa Perez, cbargd d'affaires : ' 

Presented credentials February 2, 1870. Acted until August 7, 1872. 

Emilio Benaro, minister resident : 

Presented credentials August 16, 1872. Left on leave about the end of November, 1872. Still 
accredited. 

Worth Gerinan Union. (See German Umpire and Prussia.) 

Baron Gerolt, envoy and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credent als January 24, 1868. Remained in charge of the legation after the formation 
of the Gcru?au Empire, January 18, 1871. Took leave June 29, 1871. 

Peru. 

Joaquin Jose de Osma, minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials December 21, 1846. Presented letter of recall March 1, 1848. 

Juan Ignacio de Osma, secretary of legation. 

Acted as cbaigfi d'atf;iires ad interim IVom March 1, 1948, to May 10, 1850 ; from August 16, 1850, 
to September 23, 1852; from April 1, 1853, to Juno 15, 1854; and from March 16, 1855, to Feb- 
ruary 20, 1856, when lie presented credeiitials as minister resident. 

Jos^: Manuel Tirado, minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials May 10, 1850. Took leave temporarily August 16, 1850. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE ITNITED STATES. 119 

Joaquin JosiS de Osma, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials September 23, 1852. Took leave March 30, 1853. 
Josfe Manuel Tirado, envoy extraordinary and nunister plenipotentiary : 
. Presented credentials June 15, 1854. Took leave March 16, 1855. 

Juan Ignacio de Osma, minister resident : 

Presented credentials February 20, 185G. Withdrew temporarily December 21, 1858. 

CiPKlANO CoRONEL Zegarra, minister resident : 

Presented credentials March 28, 1859. Notified that diplomatic relations with Peru were termi- 
nated November 26, 1860. 

Fkderico L. Barreda, confidential agent : 

Presented credentials April 2, 1861. contideutial agent to restore diplomatic intercourse with 
Peru. Presented credentials as minister resident March 3, 1862. Took leave temporarily July 
15, 1864. 

Jose Carlos Tracy, consul at New York: 

Acted as charge d'att'aires adinterim from July 15, 1861, to Fcbrnaiy 2, 1865. 

Amelio Bonifaz, charge d'affaires ad interim : 
From February 2, 1865, to April 15, 18(i5. 

Jos6 Antonio Garcia y Garcia, chargd d'ati'aires: 

Presented credentials April 15, 1865. Took leave March 12, 1806. 

Fkderico L. Barreda, envoy extraordinary and minister plenip )teutiary : 
Presented credentials May 29, I860. Delivered letter ol' recall May 6, ISd?. 

A. Benjamin Medina, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires adinterim from May 6 to November 19, 1867. 

Jose Antonio Garcia y Garcia, envoy extraordinary and minister ])leuipotentiary : 
Presented credentials November 19, 18G7. Delivered letter of recall May 7, 1)^69. 

Manuel Freyre, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials June 9, 1869. Still accredited. 

Eduardo Villena, secretary of legation : 

Acted as oharg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 29, 1873. Still in charge. 

Cipriano Ribeiro Freire, minister resident : 

Presented credentials to Secretary of State October 13, 1791. Left the United States about April 
7, 1799. 

Jos6 Rademaker, consul general : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from arrival of his successor July 10, 1816. 

Josli! CoRREA DA Serra, minister plenipotentiarj' : 

Transmitted copy of letter of credence to the Secretary of State July 22, 1816. Announced inten- 
tion to leave United States November 9, le20. 

Josl5 Amado Grehon, cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim. : 

From about December 4, 1816. Announced intention to leave United States June 2.1, 1822. 

Joaquin Barrozo Pereira, consul general : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from about Juik^ 25 to about November 12, 1622, and lioui 
January 9, 1824, to October 2, 1829. 

Francisco Solano Constancio, chargd d'affaires : 

Received by Secretary of State November 12, 1822. Minister for foreign all'.iir.s of P,)rtugMl trans- 
mittal a note dated October 31, 1823, (througli (UMu^ral Dcarbnu.) ro the Secretary of State, iiifnini- 
ing him of the recall of Mr. Constan(!io, and of the apjiointnuMit of ^Mr. I'ereira, consul-general at 
Philadelphia, as charge d'aflfairea adinterim. .Mr. Pereiia was recognized January 9, 1824. 

Frkderico Torlade de Azamruja, charge d'affaires: 

Arrived at Philadelphia August 26,1828. Was not recognized until October 2, 1829. July 1('_ 
1834, announced termination of his duties. 

JoAQUiM Cesar de Figani^re ^ Moh'ao, charg6 d'afl'aires : 

I'lcsented credentials Marcli 10,1835. Li^ft aliout June 1, 1838. 

JoAo d'Almeida de la FiGANiERE, attache : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 1, 1838, to October 2, 1839. 



120 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Chevalier Antonio Candido dk Fa i;i a, cbar<T6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials October 2, 1839. Anuouucod intended departure November 21, 1839. 

Baron A. E. de Wkiderhold, cousiil general ad interim : 

Acted as cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim IVoiu November 21, 1839, to December 30, 1840. 

JOAQUIM Cesar de Figaniekk e Morao, niiuister resilient : 

Presented credentials December 30, 1840. Presented credentials as envoy extraordir.ary and miii- 
i.Hter pleuipoteuliary October 26, 18.54. Died in Brooklyn December 24, 18CG. 

Manop:l Garcia da Rosa, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from December 24, 18C6, to May 31, 18G7, and from about 
June 24, 18C7, to about April 14, 1868. 

Miguel Martins d'Antas, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials May 31, 1867. Left on leave October 30, 1869. 

Antonio da Cuniia Sotto Maior, consul general : 

Acted as charg6 d'affiiires ad interim from October 30, 1869, to January 12, 1872. 

Chevalier Jo."o de Souza Louo, envoy extraordiuarj' and minister plenipotentiary ; 
Presented credentials January 12, 1872. Still accredited. 

Prussia. (See German Empire and North German Union.) 

Friedrick Grei:h]m, minister resident and consul-general : 

Presented C7'edentials November 11, 1817. Died in the United States December 1, 1823. 

Councillor Niederstetter, chargd d'affaires : 

Presented credentials January 6, 1825. Took leave March 30, 1830. 

Councillor von Roicnne, charge d'affaires: 

Pre.sented credentials June 23, 1834. Presented credentials as minister resident October 2G, 1836. 
Left on leave about April 1, 1844. His letter of recall was presented by his successor Decem- 
ber 13, 1844. 

Baron Gerolt, minister resident: 

Presented credentials December 13, 1844. Took leave November 15, 1848. 

J. W. Schmidt, consul-general : 

Acted as cbarg6 d'affaires ad interim from Marcli 16 to December 22, 1849. 

Baron Gerolt, minister resident : 

Presented credentials December 22, 1849. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary November 8,1854. Acted in that capacity until .January 24, 1868, 
when ha presented credential as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary from the 
North German Union. 

A. Magnus, attaciio : 

Acted as cliaig6 d'affaires ad interim from July 9 to about October 1, 1850. 

Baron Guido von Grabow, secretary of legation: 

Acted as charjie d'affaires ad interim from about June 23 to about November 6, 1854 ; from May 
19 to about December 6, 1855; from May 18 to about December 4, 1857 ; from about July 21, 1858, 
to about Marcli C, 1859; and from June 23 to about November 19, 1864. 

Kussin. 

Andi;]^: de Daschkoff, charge? d'affaires and consul-general : 

Presented credentials about July 11, 1809. Services terminated about June 25, 1810. 

Count Theodore de Pahlen, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials about .June 25, 1810. Took leave November 14, 1811. 

Andre de Daschkoff, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials November 15, 1811. Took leave March 6, 1819. 

Chevalier Pierric de Poletica, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Arrived in Washint:ton May 24, 1819, but in consequence of the absence of the President he did 
not deliver his <redentials until Auj;nst U, 1819. He was, however, in correspondence with the 
Department prc^vious to the date of his presentation. Took leave April 23, 1822. 

George Ellisen, councillor of legation: 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from April 25, 1822, to April 1&, 1823. 
Baron de Tuyll, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials to the Secretary of State April 19, 1823. Took leave March 14, 1826. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 121 

BaI!OX de Maltitz, secretary of legation : 

Acted OS charge d'aliUircs ad interim I'lom March 14, 1826, to December 20, 1827. 

Bai;()X de Krubener, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Prp&eiited credentials to the Secretary of State December 20, 1827. Services teruiinated August 
15, 18.36. His letter of recall was delivered by his successor Alay 5, lS'^8. 

Bauox de Sacken, cliargd d'affaires ad intcrhii: 
From August 16, 1830, to February 20, 1833. 

George Krehmer, secretary of legation : 

Acted as eharjie d'affaires ad interim from August 15, 1836, to May 5, 1838. 

Alexander de Bodisco, envoy extraoriliuary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials May 5, 1838. Died in tlie United States January 23, 1854. 

Count de Zabielo, secretary of legation : 

Acted as cliarg6 d'affairs ad interim from Sejitenibw 8, 184.1, to October 27, 1844. 

Edward de Stoeckl, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from June 20, 1849, to May 4, 1850. 

CoxsTAXTiXE Catacazy, Secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from January 23 to Maich 24, 1854. 

Edward dk Stoeckl, charge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials Marcli 24, 1854. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary February 21, 1857. Left on leave October 13, 1868. 

Baron de Ostex Sacken, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from Auj;ust 14, 1858, to about May 30, 1859. 

Waldemar Bodisco, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from October 12, 1866, to March 20, 1867, and from October 
13, 1868, to September 24, 1869. 

CoxsTAXTiNE Catacazy, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials September 24, 1869. Tlie United States Government declined to hold dip- 
lomatic intercourse with Mr. Catacazy November 24, 1871. 

Alexander Gorloff, attache : 

Acted as cliarge d'affaires ad interim from Xovenibor 24, 1871, to .January 2, 1872. 

Valekikx ScaiRKOFF, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from January 2 to April 30, 1872. 

Barox Hexri d'Offexberg, envoy extraordinary : 

Presented credentials April 30, 1872. Presented credentials as envoy extraordinarj- and minister 
plenipotentiary February 5, 1873. Still accredited. 

8nlva<loi'. 

Felipe Molina, minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials October 17, 1853. Died in "Washington February 1, 1855. 

AxToxio Jose de Irlsaui:i, minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials September 4, 1855. Gave notice of termination of mission March 11, 1803. 

Lorenzo Moxtufar, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Sent on special mission to negotiate a treaty of friendship and commerce. Presented creilentials 
April 23, 1862. Left June 16, 1802. 

Henry Segur, envoy extraordinary and ministei- iilcnipotentiary : 

Presented credentials June 17, 1863. Letter of rei'all transmitted by successor December 30, 1863. 

AxToxio Josl^; DE Irisarri. envoy extraordinary and minister iilcnipotentiary : 
Presented credentials December 30, lf(;3. Died in tin- United States June 10, 1868. 

Jose Mamia Vki.a, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials October 12, 1868. Transmitted letter of recall July 18, 1871. 
Vicente Dardox, chargd d'affaiies: 

Presented cn'dentials October 19,1872. Presented credentials as minister plenipotentiary Feb- 
ruaiy 17, 1874. Still accredited. 



122 HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Sardinia. (See Italy.) 

Count Augusto Avogadro de Colobiano, cbarg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials February 7, 1839. Last coinmuuicatlou to him August 8, 1842. 

Count de Montalto, cliarge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials October 2, 1843. Last note to bim September 18, 1846. 

Chevalier L. Mohsi, cbarg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials July 26, 1848. Took leave April 6, 1853. 

I. Valeric, charg6 d'affaires ad interim : 

From April 6 to July 20, 1853, and from April 12 to June 28, 1855. 

Marquis A. Taliac.U4NE, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials December 19, 1853. Last note to him January 23, 1855. 

Chevalier Joseph Bertinatti, charg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credential.s October 2, 1855. Pre.sented credentials as minister re.sidont March 27, 1861. 
On April 11, 1861, he announced the assumption by Victor Emanuel II of the title of King of 
Italy, \yhich occurred on the 7th of March preceding. 

Spain. 

Diego de Gardoqui, charge d'afftiires: 

Transmitted credentials to Congress May 21, 1785. Withdrew on leave October 3, 1789. 

Jose Ignacio de Viar. secretarj' of legation: 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from October 3, 1789, to about December 1, 1791, and from 
April 25 to about August 1, 1796. 

Jose Ignacio de Viar and Jose de Jaudenes, joint cliarg^s d'affaires ad interim ; 

Commis.sion dated February 12, 1791. Their joint services commenced about December 1, 1791, 
Mr. Jaudenes began to act independently of Mr. Viar at a period between March 5 and August 
22, 1794. lie gave notice of intended return to Spain April 25, 1796. Mr. Viar's services ceased 
May 3, 1794. 

Carlos M. de Irujo, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Arrived in the United States about the end of July, 1796. Pre.ieuted credentials August 25, 1796. 
Last note to Secretary of State February 4, 1806. 

Valentin de Foronda, charg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials July 7, 1807. Took leave by letter October 14, 1809. 

Luis de Onis, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 

Gave notice of arrival in the United States October 7, 1809. Left the United States on leave May 
10, 1819. 

Mateo de la Serna, cliargd d'affaires ad interim : 
From May 10, 1819, to April 12, 1820. 

Francisco Dionisio Vives, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials April 12, 1820. Last oflicial communication from him September 23, 1821. 

Francisco Hilario Rivas y Salmon, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from September 30 to October 31, 1821, and from March 15, 
1823, to July 25, 1827. 

Joaquin de Anduaga, envoy extraordinary and niini.ster plenipotentiary: 

Presented credentials October 31, 1821. Gave notice of intended departure March 15, 1823. 

Francisco Tacon, minister resident : 

Presented credentials July 25, 1827. Presented credonti.als as envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary November 11, 1833. Died in Philadelphia June 22, 1835. 

Miguel Tacon, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 30, to December 7, 1835, and from October 4, 1837, 
to April 28, 1838. 
Angel Calderon de la Barca, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials December 7, 1835. Took leave September 26, 1839. 

Pedi{0 Alcaxtara Argaiz, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials September 20, 1839. Took leave January 2, 1844. 



HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 123 

FxDEXCio BouKM.vx, cliargi? cVaftaires ad interim : 
Fioui January 2 to August 5, 18-14. 

Angel Calderon de la Barca, minister resident : 

Presented credentials August 5, 1844. Took leave August 2, 1853. 

Jos6 Maria Magallon, secretary of legation : 

Acted as cbarg6 d'affaire.'i ad interim from August 2, 1853, to May 30, 1854, and IVom November 11, 
1856, to February 21, 1857. 

Leopolds Augusto de Cueto, envoy extraordinary ami minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials May 30, 1854. Last communication July 30, 1855. 

Alfoxso Escalante, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials October 1, 1855. Took leave N'ovcmber 11, 1856. 

Gabriel Garcia y Tassara, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials February 21, 1857. Took leave Marcb 11, 1867. 

Facundo Goxi, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials March 15, 1867. Successor presented March 19, 1869. 

Mauricio Lopez Roherts, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials March 19, 1869. Placed legation iu charge of the hrst secretary, Mr. Potes- 
tad, March 23, 1872. Took leave April 1, 1872. 

Admiral Don Jose Polo de Bernabe, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary : 

Presented credentials April 5, 1872. Still accredited. 

Swejleu and Bforway. 

Baron Johan Albert K.vntzow, minister resident : 

First note to him September 23, 1813. Took leave temporarily March 8, 1817. 

Baron Berndt Robert Gustae Stackelberg, char«te d'affaires : 

Presented credentials November 14, 1819. Took leave June 6, 1832. 

David Gustaf Ankarloo, charge d'affaires : 

Requested audience June 6, 1832. "Was presented October 26, 1832. Last note from him May 20, 
1833. 

Severin Lorich, consul-general : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 21, 1833, to March 11, 1837. 

Gustaf de Nordin, chargd d'affaires : 

Presented credentials November 15, 1838. Took leave July 15, 1845. 

C. Edward Habicht, acting consul-general : 

Acted as charge d'affaires ad interim from July 15, 1845, to August 26, 1846; from May 1 to June 
29, 1649; from Decembtr 29, 1849, to January 9, 1851 ; from June 5, 1852, to P'ebruary 5, 1853 ; from 
April 8, 1856, to June 26, 1856 ; from April 12 to November 7, 1861, and from June 16 to November 
4, 1869. 
Adaji Lovenskiold, cbarg6 d'affaires : 

Presented credentials August 27, 1846. Took leave temporarily May 1, 1849. 

George Sibbern, charge d'affaires : 

Presented credentials January 10, 1851. Presented credentials as minister resident January 4, 
. 1855. Took leave temporarily April 16, 1856. 

Baron Nils Eiac Wilhklm de Wetterstedt, minister resident : 
Presented credentials July 3, 1858. Took leave April 11, 1861. 

Count Edward Piper, minister resident : 

Presented credentials November 7, 1861. Last note from him August 5, 1864. 

Baron Nils Eric Wiliielm de Wetterstedt, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary : 

Presented credentials January 19, 1865. Took leave temporarily June 16, 1869. 

Count Carl Leweniiaupt, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d affaires ad interim fi-om November 4, 1869, to December 28, 1870. 

Oluf Stkxersen, envoj' extraordinary and minister plenipoteutiai-y : 
Presented credentials December 2?, 1870. Still accredited. 

A. GRIP; secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from June 2, 1873, to January 15, 1874. 



12 i HEADS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Texas. 

George C. Childress and Egbert Hamilton, sp(H!ial agents : 

Appointoil with plenary powers to negotiate with the United States for the recognition of the 
independence and sovereigntj' of Texas. Their first coranmnication to the Secretary of State 
■was dated May 21, 1836. 
Peter W. Grayson aud James Collinsworth, commissioners to treat respecting 
matters of interest to the United States and Texas : 
Transmitted credentials informally July 10, 1836. 
William H. Wharton and Memucan Hunt, ministers plenipotentiary : 

Were received by the Secretary of State March 11, 1837, hut were not fully locognized, their 
crede7Jtials not being in the regular form. 
Memucan Hunt, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials July 6, 1837. Gave notice of departure May 23, 1838. 

Fairfax Catlett, secretary of letjation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affiiires ad interim from May 23 to August 24, 1838. 

Anson Jones, minister plenipotentiary : 

Announced arrival August 24, 1638. His last note to the Secretary of State March 18, 1839. 

EiCHARD G. DUNLAP, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials May 9, 1639. Took leave April 20, 1840. 

Barnard E. Lke, cbarg^ d'affaires: 

Was fir.st received officially April 20, 1840. Withdrew temporarily October 2, 1841. Took final 
leave by letter January 21, 1842. 

Nathaniel Amory, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from October 2, 1841, to March 10, 1842. 

James Riley, charge d'affaiies: 

Presented credentials March 10, 1842. Took leave September 5, 1842. 

Isaac Van Zandt, charg6 d'affaires: 

Presented credentials December 7, 1842. Took leave September 11, 1844. 

J. Pinckney Henderson, special agent : 

Appointed to act in conjunction with Isaac Van Zandt to negotiate a treaty of annexation with 
the United States. Presented credeuti.als Apiil 4, 1844. 

Charles H. Raymond, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charge ad interim from September, 1844, to May 19, 1845. 

TurUt'y. 

Blacque Bp:y, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials August 23, 1867. Last note to him August 7, 1873. 

Baltazzi Effendi, secretary of legation : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from May 14, 1870, to August 16, 1871. 

Gregorie Aristarchi Bey, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary: 
Presented credentials October 14, 1873. Still accredited. 

Two Sicilies. (See Italy.) 

Chevalier Rocco Martuscelli, charg6 d'aliaires : 

Presented credentials December 5, 1846. Died in the United States Kovember 8, 1853. 

J. C. Vertu, vice-consul : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad interim from Febru.ary 21 to November 1, 1853. 

Baron Winspeare, charg6 d'affaires : 

Piist communication from him received about July 10, 1855. Took leave July 7, 1856. 

Aghille Ferrkr, chargi^ d'affaires ad interim : 
From July 8, 18.50, to August 6, 18.59. 

Chevalier P. Massone, charg^ d'affaires: 

Presented his credentials August 6, 1859. Last note to him dated September 24, 1860. 

GuiSEPPE Anfora DEI DucHi Di LicciGNANo, consnl-geiieral : 

Acted as charg6 d'affaires ad iyiterim from September 24, 1860, to December 15, 1861. 



INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS AND CLAIMS COMMISSIONS. 125 

VosseKiJola. 

Lucio PuLiDO, niiuister pleiiipotentiiuy : 

Presfnted credentials Septeiiibei- 6, Ia51. Last note from him November 10, 1852. 
Ramon AspURtJA, charg^ d'affaires : 

Presented credentials March 7, 1854. Last note to him 'Deccmhor 7, 1854. 

Fr.vncisco Auanda, envoy extraordinary and niiuister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials February 28, 1856. Last note to him November 6, 185t;. 

Fi.ORKNCio RiBAS, Secretary of legation : 

Acted as eliar<i;6 d'affaires ad interim from jSTovembor 7, 185(5, to June G, 1858 ; from A])ril 30, 1858, 
to October 20, 1860 ; from July 28, 18CG, to Apiil 15, 1867 ; and from June 22, 1867, to August 24, 
1868. 

Manuel de Briceno, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials January G, 1858. Took leave April 2'J, 1858. 

Jose A. Paez, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary : 
Presented credentials October 20, 1860. Took leave Fcl)ruary IG, 18GI. 

Blas Bruzual, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni|)otontiary : 

Eecxuested an audience October 16, 1863. Was presenteil Septi'mber 5, 1864. Took leave tempo- 
rarily June 22, 1867. Last note to him August 27, 1868. 

Manuel Munoz y Castro', eharge d'affaires: 

Presented credentials February 8, 18G1). Last note to him October 28, 1869. 

XXV.— INTERXATIOX.^IL, ARBITKATSOXS AXD €I-.\EMS COMMHSSIONS.* 

1. Under the Treaty of Amity, dc, between the United Stxtesand Oreat Britain, November 19, 1794. 

(a) Mixed commission at Halifax, under the fifth article to determine what river is the River Saint 
Croix. First meeting, August 30, 1796 ; last meetir.ir, October 25, 1798. A^nerican commissioner, 
DAVID HOWELL; British commissioner, THOM-AS BARCLAY; third commissioner, EG- 
BERT BENSON ; American agent, J AMES SV'LLIVA'S ; British agent, WARD CHIPMAN; 
secretary, ED. WINSTON. 

(6) Mixed commission at Philadelphia, under the sixth article to determine the amount to bo paid 
by the United States to Great Britain for losses of Britisli subjects by reason of "various lawful 
impediments" tlirown in the waj' of the collection of debts. First meeting. May, 1797; pro- 
ceedings suspended July 19, 1799; never resumed. American commissioriers, THOMAS FITZ; 
SIMMONS, S. SITGREAVES; Britiih commissioners, THOMAS MACDONALD, HENRY 
PYE RICH ; fifth commissioner, JOHN GUILLEMARD ; American agent, JOIIX READ, Jr. ; 
British agent, WILLIAM MOORE SMITH; secretary, G. EVANS. Uiflereuces adjusted in 
convention of January 8, 1802. 

* Several commissions ortribunals, not international in their character, have also be(!n organized under 
United St;itcs laws, (but in aecoi'dauce with provisions of treaties,) for adjudicating upon claims, viz: 

(1) To distril)ute the indemnity paid by China for the satisfaction of claims of American citizens. 
(Convention of November 8, 1858.) 

(2) To distribute the indemnity paid by Denmark on account of the seizure, detention, condemna- 
tion, or conliscation of vessels, cargoes, or property of citizcnis of the United States by the public or 
privat(^ armed sliii)H or by the tribunals of Denmark, or in tlu< states subject to the Danish sceptre. 
(Convention of March 28, 1830.) 

(3) In order to ascertain the holders of the debts due by Franco to citizens of the United States 
assumed by tb(> latter. (Convention of A)iril 30, 1803.) 

(4) To distrib\ite the indemnity Daid by Franco to the United States for unlawful seizures, captures, 
H>Minesti-!itions, ennliscations, or ilesi ruction of the vessels, cargoes, or other property of citizens of the 
United States. (CJonvention of July 4, 1831.) 

(5) To distribute the " inilemni(i(Mtion and e(mipp>nsation " paid by Great Britain to tlie United States 
for non-fullillment of the tirst artieli^ of the Ti-eaty of Glient. (Ci)nventiou of Nov<iml)er 13, 182().) 

(6) To ailjuilieale uiiciu the claims of citizens of the Unitt^d States for si'izurcis. captur<'s, detentions, 
sequestiati<jus, and eonfisc;itions of their vc^s.sels, anil damage and destruction of their cargoes aiul other 
property at sea and in the ]iorts and territories of Peru, for which indemnity was pAid liy the Peruvian 
government under the convention of March 17, 1841. 

(7) To ascertain the liolilers of the claims against Mexico assumed b^' the United States bj- the 
liftetMith aiticde of tlie Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Febru;iry 2, 1848. 

(8) To ;uljust the amount of the c hiiais r<fei red to in the ninth ;irliclo of the treaty of February 22, 
1819, between the United States and Spain. The jjower was conferred upon the superior courts of Pen- 
sacola and Saint Augustine, but their decisions subjected to the approval of the Secretary of the 
Treasury. 

(9) I'olake proof of the claims named in the eleventh arti(de of the same treaty. 

(10) To riceive and e.Viiniine chiims to the indemnity agreed to bo p;ud to citizens of the United States 
by Sp;iin under conveiLtion of Februiiry 17, lr-34. 

(11) To distribut(^ the iiuh'mnity jiaid by llie King ()f llie Two Sicilies for tlu' deinedations, seques- 
trations, contiseation, and destruction (pf tlie vesscds ami cargoes of tlie merchants of tint United States 
inflicted by Miirat dining the y(^ars lf()9, 1810, 1811, and 1810. (Convention id' October 14, 1832.) 

(12) To distribute the indemnity paid by the emiiiri' of Hiazil to citizens of the I'nited States under 
the convention of January 27, 1819. 



126 INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS AND CLAIMS COMMISSIONS 

(c) Mixed commission in London, under the seventh article, to determine amount of British claims 
for violation of neutrality, and of American claims for illegal captures. First meeting;, August 
16,1796; last meeting, February 24, 1804. Americ%n commissioners, CRRlSTOPttER GORE 
and WILLIAM PINCKNET; Brifish commissioners, JOHN NICHOLL and JOHN ANS- 
TEY; (Dr. NIC HOLL resigned, and MAURICE SWABEY was appointed;) Ji/th commis- 
sioner, JOHN TRUMBULL; Americayi aijent, SAMUEL BAYARD, succeeded by SAMUEL 
WILLIAMS, who was succeeded by SAMUEL CABOT: British agent, NATHANIEL GOST- 
LTNG ; secretary, FRANCIS MOORE. 

2. — Vndcr the Treat;! of December ^i, ISli, between the United States and Great Britain, {commonly called 
the Treaty of Ghent.) 

(a) Under the 4th article, to determine the ownership of the islands in Passamaqnoddy Bay. Decis- 
ion rendered at New York November 24, 1817. American commissioner, JOHN HOLMES ; 
British commissioner, THOMAS BARCLAY; secretary, ANTHONY BARCLAY; American 
agent, JAMES T. AUSTIN; British agent, WARD CHIPMAN. 

(6) Under the 5th article, to settle the northeastern boundary, commissioners disagreed. Ameri- 
can coiiinii-sioner reported November 20, 1821. American commissioner, C. P. VAN NESS; 
British commissioner, THOMAS BARCLAY; American agent, WILLIAM C. BRADLEY; 
British agent, WARD CHIPMAN. 

(c) Under the 6th article, to determine where is the middle of the rivers and lakes forming the 
northern boundary to the water communication between Lakes Huron and Superior ; and under 
the 7th article, to determine the boundary-line to the northwest puint of the Lake of the Woods. 
Decision under article 6 rendered June 18, 1822; under article 7 commissioners did not agree. 
Settled by ti'caty of 1842. American commissioner, PETER B. PORTER; British commissioner, 
JOHN OGILVY, succeeded by ANTHONY BARCLAY; American agent, SAMUEL HAWK- 
INS, succeeded by JOSEPH DELAFIELD; British agent, J. HALE; secretary, STEPHEN 
SEWELL, succeeded by DONALD FRAZER ; assistant secretary, DONALD FRAZER, suc- 
ceeded by JOHN BIGSBY, who was succeeded by RICHARD WILLIAMS. 

3. — Under the Convention of October 20, 1918, between the United States and Great Britain. 

Under article 5, to determine respecting the ol)ligation to restore slaves under the Ist article of the 
Treaty of Ghent. Referred to the Emperor of Russia as arbitrator. Decision April 22, 1822. 

4. — Under the Treaty of July 12, 1822, between the United States, Great Britain, and Bussia, to determine the 
indemnities due to United States citizens in consequence of the award of the Emperor of Russia in favor 
of the United States. 

A mixed commission. Proceedings began August 25. 1823, terminated summarily December. 1825, 
and the ([uestion settled by a convention November 13, 1826. American commissioner, LANG- 
DON CHEVES; British commissioner, GEORGE JACKSON; American arbitrator, HENRY 
SEAWELL ; ^nfi«fc arfiiCmtor, JOHN McTAVISH. 

5. — Under the Convention of September 29, 1827, between the United States and Great Britain. 

A reference to the King of the Netherlands to determine the disputed northeastern boundary. Award 
January 10. 1831. Not accepted by either party. 

6. — Under the Convention of April 11, 1839, between the United States and Mexico. 

Mixed commission in Washington. Organized August 17, 1840; closed February 25, 1842, "all the 
objects contemplated by the convention " not having ''been fully accomplished." American 
commissioners, WILLIAM L. MARCY, JOHN ROWAN, the latter succeeded by H. M. 
BRACKENRIDGE; American secretary, ALEXANDER DIMITRY ; Mexican commissioners, 
PEDRO FERNANDEZ DEL COSTILLO, JOAQUIN VELASQUEZ DE LEON; Mexican 
secretary, LUCAS DE PALACIO Y MAQAROLA ; umpire. Baron VON ROENNE. 

7. — Under the Convention of February 26, 1851, between the United States and Portugal, relating to the claims 
for the destruction of the ship General Armstrong. 

Referred to the arbitration of the President of the French Republic, (Napoleon III.) Decision 
against United States. 

8. — Under the Claims Convention of February 8, 1853, between the United States and Great Britain. 

A mixed commission in London, organized September 15, 1853 ; closed January 15, 1855. American 
commisssioner, N. G. UPHAM ; British commissioner, EDMUND HORNBY ; umpire, JOSHUA 
BATP^S. [N. B.— MARTIN VAN BUREN was appointed umpire and declined.] American 
afifcui, JOHN ADDISON THOMAS; British agent, J AMES HANNEN. 

9. — Under the Claims Contention of September 10, 1857, between the United States and Ne\v Granada. 

A mixed commission in Washington, organized June 10, 1S61 ; closed March 9, 1S62. American 
commissioner, EihliVA W. LEAVENWORTH; New Granadian commissioner, J0SI5 MAR- 
CELINO HURTADO; umpire, N. G. UPHAM ; American agent for unrepresented claimants 
GILBERT DEAN ; New Granadian agent, none; secretary, CHARLES W. DAVIS. 



INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS AND CLAIMS COMMISSIONS. 127 

W.— Under the Claims Convention of February 10, 1864, betvreen the TJnited States of America and United 
States of Colombia. 

Estendiiitr time for termination of above commission (Xo. 9) anfl providinir for the appointment of 
a new conimissiouer and umpire. Organized Au<iust 24, 18G5 ; closed Jlay 19, 1SG6. American 
commissioner, THOMAS BIDDLE ; Colombian commissioner. ETTSTORJIO SALGAR ; umpire, 
Sir FREDERICK W. A.BRUCE; secretary/, CHARLES W. DAVIS. 

11.— Under the convention between the United States and Chili, (Xovember 10,1858,) for arbitration of 
Macedonian claims. 
Referred to King of the Belgians. Award May 15, 1863, in favor of the United States. 

I'i.— Under the convention bcticecn the United States and Paraguay, of February 4, 1859, for adjusting the 

claims of the " United States and Paraguay Navigation Company." 

A mixed commission, in Washington; organized June 22, 1860 ; closed August 30, 1860. American 
comtnissioner, CAVE JOHXSON; Paraguayan commissioner, J0S15 BERGES ; secretary and 
interpreter, SAMUEL WARD; counsel for American claimant, JORN APl'LETON and C. S. 
BRADLEY; counsel for Paraguay, J. M. CARLISLE. Decision in favor of Paraguay. 

13. — Under the Claims Convention of July 2, 1860, between the United States and Costa Rica. 

A mixed commission, in Washington ; organized February 8, 1862 ; closed November C, 1862. Amer- 
ican commissioner, B. F. REXFORD ; Costa Itican commissioner, LUIS MOLIXA ; umpire, 
Chev. JOSEPH BERTINATTI ; counsel for unrepresented American claimants, C. A. PEA- 
BODT ; counselfor Costa Pica, J. M. CARLISLE. 

14. — Under the Claims Convention of Xovember 25, 1862, between the United States and Fciiador. 

A mixed commission, in Guayaquil, to adjudicate up(m all claims of citizens of the one state against 
the other. Organized May 17,1865; closed August 17, 1865. American commissioner, FRED- 
ERICK HASSAUREK; Ecuadorian commissioner, JUAN JOSE FLORES, succeeded by 
FRANCISCO EUGENIO TAMARIZ; umpire, ALCIDES DESTRUGE ; secretary, CRIS- 
AXTO MEDINA. 

15. — Under the Claims Convention of January 12, 1863, beticeen the United States and Peru. 

A mixed commission, in Lima, to adjudicate upon all claims of citizens of the one state against 
the other. Organized July 17, 1863; closed Noveml)er 27, 1863. American commissioners, 
E.GEORGE SQUIER, JAMES S. MACKIE ; Peruvian commissioners, FELIPE BARRIGA 
ALVAREZ, SANTIAGO TAVARA ; umpire, PEDRO ALCANTARA HERRAN ; Ameri- 
can agent, HENRY R. DE LA REINTRIE ; Peruvian agent, JUAN OVIEDO ; Am'rican 
secretary, J. HUNTINGTON LYMAN ; Peruvian secreretary, DOMINGO RADA. 

16. — Under the Claims Convention of April 25, 1866, betiveen the United States and Venezuela. 

A mixed eoiiimission, in Caracas, to adjudicate upon all claims of citizens of the one state upon the 
government of the otlier. Organized August 30, 1867 ; closed August 5, 1868. American com- 
missioner, DAVID M. TALMAGE; Venezuelan commissoner, A. GUZMAN BLANCO, suc- 
ceeded by FRANCISCO CONDE, who Was succeeded by J0S15 GREGORIO VILLAFANE; 
umpire, JUAN N. MACHADO, Jr. ; secretary, ALFRED ALDERSON. 

17. — Under the Claims Convention of July 4, 1868, between the United States and Mexico. 

A mixed commission to adjudicate upon all claims of citizens of the one state upou the other arising 
from injuries to their persons or properties by tlie authorities of the other. 0[)ened August 1, 
1869; not yet ch)sed. American commissioner, WILLIAM II. WADSWORTH ; Mexican com- 
missioner, FRANCISCO GOMEZ PALACIO, succeeded by LEON GUZMAN, who was suc- 
ceeded by MANUEL MARIA DE ZAMACONA ; umpire, FRANCIS LIEBER ; Mr. LIEBER 
dying, tlio Right Honorable Sir EDWARD THORNTON was appointed umpire. Americaji 
agent. J. HUBLEY ASHTOX; Mexican agent.CALEli CUSHIXG, succeeded by MANUEL 
AZPIROZ, who was succeeded by EI>EUTER10 AVILA ; American secretary, RANDOLPH 
COYLE ; Mexican secretary, J. CARLOS MEXIA. 

13. — Under the Claims Convention of December 4, 1868, betiveen the United States atid Peru. 

A mixed commission, at Lima, to adjudicate upon all claims of citizens of the one state upon the gov- 
ernment of the other. Organized September 4,1869 ; closed February 26, 1870. American commis- 
sioner, MICHEL VIDAL ; Peruvian commissioner, LUCIANO BENJAMIN CISNEROS ; um- 
pires, FEDERICO AUGUSTO ELMORE, TEODORO VALEXZUELA ; American agent, 
FRAN(;iSCO GARCIA CALDERON ; Peruvian agent, JOSIi SIMEON TE JEDA ; secretary, 
LUIS L. DE ARZE. 

19. — Under a Protocol signed at Lisbon in the English and Portuguese languages, January 17, 1869. 

Iveference to the President ol the United States, as ai bitrator, of the respective claims of Her 
Britannic Majesty's government and of the government of His Majesty the King of P(Utugiil 
to the Island of Bulama on the western coast of Africa, and to a certain portion of territojy 
opposite to tliati-slaridon tlie mainland. Under the 6th article of the protocol J. C. BANCROFT 
DAVIS was named by the President as the person liy wliom h(> would proceed with thi- arbitra- 
tion. Award dated April 21, 1870, in favor of Portugal. 



128 INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATIONS AND CLAIMS COMMISSIONS. 

20.— C«f?cr the Protocol of Conference held at Rio de Janeiro, 1870, betiveen the minister nf the United States 
and the secretary of foreign affairs of Brazil. 
Reference of the chums for the loss of the whale-ship Caniida to Sir EDWAKD THORNTOX 
as arbitrator. Decision rendered July U. 1870, in favor of the United States. 

»l.— Under the Agreement of February 1-2. 1871, between the United States and Spain. 

A mixed commission, at Washington, to adjudicate upon claims of citizens of the United States 
against Spain for wrongs and injuries to persons or property comniittted by Spanish authoiities 
in Cuba or the maritiuie jurisdiction thereof since the commeucement of the insurrection. 
Opened May 31,1871; not yet closed. American arbitrator, WILLIAM T. OTTO; Spanish 
arbitrator, LUIS DE TODESTAD; mnpirc. Baron LEDKP.ER ; United States advocate, THOM- 
AS J. DURAXT; SjMuish advocate, J. MANDEVILLE CARLISLE; secretary, G1S.0RGE 
O. MO )RE, succeeded by GEORGE A. MATILE. 

22. — The United States having tendered mediation to the belligerent powers of Spain, on the one part, 
and of the allied republics of Bolivia, Chili, Ecuador, and Peru on the other, numerous confer, 
ences were held by the representatives of the mediating and of the belligerent powers, which 
resulted in an indefinite armistice, concludi-d at Wa-shington on the Uth of Ajiril, 1671, and 
signed by HAMILTON FISH, Secretary of State, on behalf of the United States; by MAU- 
RICIO LOPEZ ROBERTS, on belialf of Spain; by MANUEL FREYRE on behalf of Peru; by 
JOAQUIN GODOr, on behalf of Chili ; by ANTONIO ELORES, on behalf of Ecuador ; and by 
MANUEL FREYRE, on hehalf of Bolivia; which armistice by its terms cannot be bndien by 
any of the belligerents excejit after three years' notification to the other, through the Govern- 
ment of the United States, of its intention to renew hostilities. 

23. — Under the Treaty of May 8, 1871, between the United States and Great Britain for the settlement of 
differences. 

{a) Tribunal of arbitration, at Geneva, to determine upon the liability of Great Britain for the inju- 
ries growing out of tlie acts of the insurgent cruisers, (Alabama Claims.) Opened December 
15, 1871; closed September 14, 1872. Arbitrator on the part of the United States, CHARLES 
FRANCIS ADAMS ; arbitrator on the part of Great Britain, Sir ALEXANDER COUKBURN ; 
arbitrator named by the King of Italy, Count FREDERIC SCLOPIS; arbitrator named by the 
■president of the Swiss Confederation, JACQUES S1\EMPFLI; arbitrator named by the £Hijpc- 
roro/" Bm2(7,Vi.scount D'lTA.JUB A; agent of the United States, J. C. BANCROFT DAVIS; 
agent of Great Britain, Lord TENTERDEN; United States co^tnsel, CAL'E.li GUSHING, 
WILLIAM M. EVARTS, MORRISON R. WAITE; British counsel. Sir ROUNDELL 
PALMER; secretary, ALEXANDER FAVROT. 

{b) Reference of the disputed Northwestern Water-Boundary to the Emperor of Ger?iiaiiy as aibi- 
trator. Decision rendered October 21, 1872, in favor of the United States. Agent of the United 
States, GEORGE BANCROFT; agent of Great Britain, Rear-Admiral JAMES PREV^OST. 

Ac) Mixed Claims Commission, at Washington, to adjudicate upon claims of citizens or subjects of 

\ the one state against the government of the other, arising out of acts committed against pei\sons 

Wj^nroperty betwoou April 17, 1361, and April 9, 1865. Opened September 26, 1871 ; closed Sep- 

^l^kw- 25, 1873. American com,mi.isioner, JAMES SOMERVILLE FRAZER ; British cominis- 

s?™^;USSELLGURNEY; third commissioner, Count CORTI; United States agent, IIOBERT 

S. ^^^.^BriUsh agent, HENRY' HOWARD; British counsel, J. M.CARLISLE; secretary, 

THOMAS CT COX. 

o4,_(ji;,i„i of the Earl of DUNDONALD, a subject of Great Britain, against the government of 

Brazil. United States and Italian ministers at Rio Janeiro appointed arbitrators, with power 

to name a third arbitrator if they should disagree. JAMES R. PARTRIDGE and Baron C AV- 

ALCHINI, the respective envoys of the United States and Italy referred to, rendered their 

decision on the Uth of October, 1873, awarding i>38,G75 to the claimant. 

XXVI.— LilST OF THE TREATJK.S AJif» COXVEIVTIOXS WITH FOKEIGX 

I'OWEaiS, €Hai<>X<>I.©«S«JA£.L,Y ARKAXOED. 

I, Prior to the organization, under the Constitntlon, 1778 to March 4, 1789. 

1778. February 6 France AUiiince. 

February 6 France Amity and commerce. 

February 6 Franco Act separate and secret. 

1782. July IC France Payment of loan. 

October 8 , Netheilands Amity and commerce 

October 8 Netherlands Recaptured vessels. 

November 30 Great Britain Provisional articles preliminary to peace. 

■November 30 Great Britain Separate article. 

1783. January 20 Great Britain Armistice. 



LIS'i' OF TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS. 129 

1733. Pelimary -25 France >ri!W loan. 

Ainil3 Sw'.'deji -.1 Vniity and c nmuorcB. 

Apiil 3 S\V(Mleu Separate articles. 

September 3 Gr^>at Britain Peace. 

1785. July9aud-28, Au- Prussia Amity anil couinicrce. 

gust 5, and Sep- 
tember 10. 

1787. .January Morocco Peace and friendship. 

.Tanuary Morocco Additional article. 

1788. November 14 France Consuls. 

II. Pirsideiit'.Ff^atihiiKjIoii's a(Iinliii>iir(iti:)ii.: ^Ltrcli -i, ITS'J, to March 4, 17i»7. 

1794. Xovenibe']9 ... Great Britain Peace, amity, commerce, navigation, boundary 

claims, extiailition. 

November 19 Great liritain (.Additional article.) Suspending part of l-^th 

article. 

1795. September 5 Algiers Peace and amity. 

Octobi'r •21 Spain Friendsbip, limits, and navigation. 

1700. May 4 Great Britain Article exi)lanatory of 3d article of treaty of 1794. 

November 4 Tripoli Peace, friendshii), navigation, &c. 

III. I'rvnident John Adams s adininhtniHon : March 4, 1797, to March 4, 1601. 

1797. August Tunis Peace, friendship, navigation, &,c. 

1798. March 15 Great Britain Article explanatory of 5th article of treaty of 1794. 

1790. July 11 Prussia Amity and commerce. 

1800. September 30 Fiance Peace, commerce, uavigatiou, fisheries, &c. 

lY. Prc-'^idcni Jefferson's administralion : Mareh 4, 1801, to March 4, 1809. 

1802. .January 8 Great Britain Additional convention to treaty of 1794. 

August 11 Si)ain Indemnity. 

1803. April 30 France Ce.ssion of Loui-siana. 

April 30 France Payment of 00,000.000 francs by the United States. 

April 30 France Claims against France to be paid. 

805. .Time 4 Tripoli Peace, friend.sliii), uavigatiou, &c. 

V. Pre'-'ldcnf Madison's admUmtratinn : March 4, 1809, to March 4, 1817. 

1814. December 24 Grc.nt Britain Peace, boundary, slave-trade, 

1815. July 3 Great Britain Commerce, duties, consuls. 

June 30, July 6. ..Algiers Peace and amity. 

Xovember 24 Great Bri tain Declaration rela( ive to St. Helena as residence of 

Bonaparte. 

1816. September 4 Sweden Amity and commei'ce. 

December 22, 23 . . Algiers Peace and ii mity. 

VI. President Monroe's administration : March 4, 1817, to March 4, 1825. 

1817. April 28 Great Britain Arrangement for armejjf vessels on tlie lakes. 

November 24 Gi'cat Britain Declaration of com mi.ssion(^rares))ect in g boundary. 

Novend)er 24 Great Britain Decision <d' commissioners respecting boundary. 

1818. October 20 Great Britain Fisheries, boundary, slaves. 

1819. February 23 Spaiu Peace, cession of Florida, limits, claims, commerce. 

J822. June 18 Great Britain Decision of commissioners respecting boundary. 

June 24 France Duties, consuls. 

June 24 France Separate article. 

.Inly 12 Great Britain Differences referred to Emperor of Kussia. 

1824. Fe Ijiuary 24 Tunis Altered articles of peace, friendship, and naviga- 
tion. 

April .5-1 7 Kusjiia Navigation, lishing, ^te., in Pacific Ocean. 

October 3 Cidonibia Friendship, cominen'e, and navigation. 

\TI. President J. (J. Adani-^'s adminislrulion : March 4, 1825, to March 4, 1829. 

182.5. December 5 Central America .Commerce and navigation. 

1820. April 20 Denmark Friendship, commerce, and uavigatiou. 

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130 LIST OF TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS. 

18-21). November 13 Great Britain Inrlcniiiity under treaty of Ghent. 

ISi". July 4 Sweden iinil Norway Coiiiinerce and navigation. 

July 4 Sweden and Norway Separate article. 

Auanst 6 Great Britain Boundary. 

August (■) Great Britain Renewal of commercial conventions. 

Septeujbcr 29 . . . Great Britain Boundary ; differences to be referred to an arbiter. 

December 20 Hanseatic Republics Friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

1828. January 12 Mexico Boundary. 

]y^ay 1 Prussia Commerce and navigation. 

June 4 Hanseatic Republics Additional article to convention of 1827. 

December 12 Brazil Friendsbip, commerce, and navigation. 

VIII. President Jackson's odmininiraiion : March 4, 1829, to March 4, 1837. 

1829. August 27 Aii.stria Oonimerce and navigation. 

1830. March 28 Denmark - Indemnity, claims. 

May 7 Ottomau Porte Priendship and commerce. 

1831. April .") Mexico Additional article to treaty of 1828. 

^p,.il 5 Mexico Amity, commerce, and navigation. 

^,„.il 5 Mexico Additional article to treaty of 1831. 

July 4 France Claims ; duties on wines and cottons. 

1832. May 10 Chili Friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

October 14 Two Sicilies Indemnity. 

December C-18 . . .Russia Commerce and navigation. 

December 6-18 . . . Russia Separate article ; certain stipulations with other 

powers not to be invoked. 

1833. March 20 Siara - . Amity and- commerce. 

September 1 Chili Explanatory of treaty of 1832. 

September 21 Muscat Amity and commerce. 

1834. Februaiy 17 Spain Indemnity. 

1835. Ajiril 3 Mexico Second additional article to treaty of 1828. 

1836. January 20 Venezuela Friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

September 16 Morocco Commerce, prisoners, &c. 

November 30 Peru— Bolivia Friond.ship, commerce, and navigation. 

IX. President Van Buren's administration : March 4, 1837, to March 4, 1841. 

1837. December 10-22. .Greece Commerce and navigation. 

1838. Ajiril 11 Texas Indemnity for brigs Pocket and Durango, &c. 

April 2.") ■ Texas Boundary. 

November 26 Sardinia Commerce, navigation, &c. 

November 26 Sardinia Separate article; differential duties in certain 

cases. 

1839. January 1!) Netherlands Commerce and navigation. 

April U Mexico Claims. 

J luie 13 Ecuador Fricnd.ship, navigation, and commerce. 

1840. May 20 Hanover Commerce, navigation, &c. 

August 26 .\ Portugal Commerce and navigation. 

X. President Sarrison's adMimsl ration : March 4, 1841, to Ajnil 4, 1841. 

1841. March 17 Peru Claims. 

XT. President Tyler's administration : April 4, 1841, to March 4, 184.5. 

1842. August Great Britain Boundary, slave-trade, extradition. 

1843. -I.inuary 30 Mexico Payment of awards to claimants. 

November 9 Franco Extradition. 

1844. Marcb 26 Hesse Abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes on emigra- 

tion. 

April 10 Wiirttemberg Abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes on emigra- 
tion. 

July 3 China Peace, amity, and commerce. 

1*45. January 21 Bavaria Abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes on emigra- 
tion. 

rebrnary24 France Extradition, (additional article to convention of 

November 9, 1843.) 



LIST OF TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS. 131 

XII. President PoWs administration : March 4, 1845, to March 4, 1849. 

1845. May 14 Saxony Abolition of droit (Vaubaino and taxes on emigra- 

tion. 
November 10 Belgium Commerce and navigation. 

December 1 Two Sicilies Commerce and navigation, 

1846. May 27 Nassau Abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes on emigra- 

tion. 

June 10 Hanover Commerce, navigation, &c. 

.Tune 15 Great Britain Boundary west of Rocky Mountains. 

December 12 New Granada Amity, commerce, and navigation. 

December 12 New Granada Additional article, defining national ships. 

Is47. March 10 Oldenburg (Acces.siou.) Commerce and navigation. 

May 18 Swiss Confederation Abolition of droit d'aubaine and taxes on eraigra - 

tion. 
December 9 Meclclenburg-Schwerin (Accession.) Commerce, navigation, &c. 

1848. February 2 Mexico Peace, friendship, limits, claims, &c. 

May 8 Austria Disposal of propei-ty, consuls, &c. 

1849. January 27 Brazil Claims. 

March 3 Guatemala Amity, commerce, navigation, &c. 

XIII. President's Taylor^s administration: March 4, 1849, to Jnlij 9, 18.50. 

December 20 Hawaiian I.slands Commerce, navigation, extradition, &c. 

1 850. January 2 San Salvador Amity, navigation, commerce, &c. 

April 19 Great Britain Ship canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific. 

May 4 New Granada Consuls. 

June 23 Borneo Peace aid amity ; consular jurisdiction. 

XIV. President Fillmore's administration : July 9, 1850, to March 4, 1853. 

November 25 Swiss Confederation Friendship, commerce, extradition, &c. 

December Great Britain Protocol ceding Horseshoe Reef. 

1851. Febrnary 26 Portugal Certain claims to be referred to an arbiter. 

July 10 Costa Rica , Amity, commerce, aud navigation. 

July 26 Peru Friendship, commerce, aud navigation. 

1852. April 30 Hanseatic Republics Consular jurisdiction. 

June 16 Prussia and other states Extradition. 

August 26 Netherlands Supplemental to treaty of 1839. 

November, 16 Prussia aud other states (Additional article.) Extradition. 

1853. Februarys Great Britain Claims. 

Februaiy 23 France Rights, &c., of consuls. 

XV. President Piercers administration : March 4, 18.53, to March 4, 1857. 

-July 10 Argentine Confederation Free navigation of rivers Parana and Uruguay. 

July 27 ArgL'utine Confederation Friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

September 6 Bremen Extradition, (accession.) 

September 12 Bavaria Extradition. 

October 13 . Wiirttemberg Extradition, (accession.) 

November 26 Meckleuburg-Schweriu Extradition, (accession.) 

December 2 MeclclenUurg-Strelitz Extradition, (accession.) 

December 30 Oldenburg Extradition, (accession.) 

December 30 Mexico Boundary, road across Tehuan tepee, <fcc. 

5834. March 31 .Japan Peace and amity ; opening of ports of Simoda apd 

Hakodadi. 

June5 Great Britain Reciprocity of trade aud (isheries with British 

possessions in North America. 

.June 7 Schaumburg-Lippo Extradition, (accession.) 

July 11 Lew Chew Friendship and commerce. 

•Inly 17 Great Britain (Additional convention.) Claims. 

July 22 Russia Riglits of neutrals at sea. 

August 21 Brunswick and Luneburg Disposal of property. 

1855. January 13 Two Sicilies Rights of neutrals at sea. 

.January 18 Hanover Extradition. 

Janijary 22 Netherlands American consuls in Dutch colonies. 

October 1 Two Sicilies Commerce, navigation, extradiliou, ice. 



132 LIST OF TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS. 

1856. May 29 Siam Amity and commerce. 

July 3 Austria Extradition. 

July 22 Pern Rights of ueiitral.s at sea 

December 13 Persia Frienclsliip ami coniraerce. 

1i957. January 30 Baden Extradition. 

XVI. President Buchanan's administration : March 4, 1857, to March 4 18G1. 

April 11 Denmark Sound and Belt dues. 

Jane 17 Japan Opening of Naga-saki; coin, consuls, &c. 

July 4 Peru Of interpretation of article 12 of treaty of 1851. 

September 10 Xew Granada Claims. 

1858. February 10 France (Additional article.) Extraditiou. 

May 13 Bolivia Friendship, commerce, and navigation. 

June 18 Cliina Peace, amity, and commerce. 

July 17 Belgium Commerce and navigation. 

July 29 .Janan Amity and commerce. 

November 8 China Regulation of trade. 

i^ovember 8 Cln7ia Claims. 

November 10 Chili Arbitration of the Macedonian claims. 

1859. January 14 Venezuela Aves Island claims. 

February 4 Paraguay United States aud Paraguay Navigation Company. 

Februiry 4 Paraguay Friendship, commerce, and uavigatiou. 

1860. March 21 Sweden and Norway Extradition. 

July 2 Costa Rica Claim.s. 

August 27 Venezuela Commerce, navigation, esti'aditioii, c'cc. 

XVII. Fresident Lincoln's administration : Marcli 4, 1861, to April 15, 1865. 

1861. July 11 Denmark Additional articles to convention of 1826. 

November 6 Hanover Ab^dition of Stade or Bruushausen dues. 

December 11 Mexico Extradition. 

1862. February 25 Ottoman Empire Commerce aiui navigation. 

April 7 Great Britain Suppression of slave-trade. 

October 21 Liberia Commerce and navigation. 

November 25 Ecuador Claims. 

December 20 Peru '' Lizzie Thompson" and "Georgiana." 

1863. January 12 Peru Claims. , 

February 17 Great Britain (Additional article.) Suppression of .slave-trade. 

May 20 Belgium Import duties and capitalization of Scheldt dues. 

July 1 Great Britain Claims of Hudson's Bay and Puget Souud Agri- 
cultural Companies. 

July 20 Belgium Extinguishment of Scheldt dues. 

864. January 28 . Japan Reduction of duties. 

February 10 Colombia Claims. 

July 4 Ilouduras Fiiendship, commerce, and navigation. 

October 22 J apau Indemnity. 

November 3 Hayti Commerce, navigation, extraditiou, &c. 

XVni- President Johnson's administration: April 15, 1835, to March 4, 1889. 

186.5. May 31 Morocco Lighthouse at Cape Spartel. 

1866. April 25 Vcni'zuela Claims. 

1867. Febniary 8 Duniuican Republic Amity, commerce, navigation, extradition. 

February 14 Madagascar Commerce, rights of citizens, consular jurisdic- 
tion, ifcC. 

March 30 Russia Cession of Russian possessions in North America 

to the United States. 

June 21 Nicaragua Fricndshi]), commerce, anil navigation. 

December 17-31 ..Siam (Moditicalion.) 

1868. January 27 Russia (Additional article.) TradtMuarks. 

February 8 Italy. Rights, &c., of consuls. 

February 22 North German Union Naturalization. 

March 23 Italy Extradition. 

May 26 Bavaria Naturalization. 

July 4 Mexico Claims. 

July 10 Mexico Naturalization. 

July 19 Baden Naturalization. 



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1868. July 27 Wiirttemberg XatiiraHzation ; extradition. 

July 28 China (Atlditional articles.) Amity, commerce, and navi- 
gation. 

August 1 Hesse Xaturalization. 

November 16 Belgium Xatiiialization. 

December 4 Peru Claims. 

Deceaiber 5 Belgium Rights. &c., of consuls. 

De'3ember20 Belgium (Additional article.) Trade-marks. 

lSi)9. January 01 Italy (Additional article.) Consuls. 

January 21 Italy (Additional article.) Extradition. 

XIX. — President Grant's (uhninlstrafion : March 4, 1869. 

April 1(5 France Trade-marks. 

May 20 Svreden and Xorway Naturalization. 

1 >T0. May 13 Great Britain Xaturalizatiou, 

May 23 Salvador Extradition. 

June 3 Great Britain Slave-trade ; mixed courts. 

June 25 Xicaragua Extradition. 

July 11 Austria-Hungary liiuhts, ifcc, of consuls. 

September 20 Austria-Hungary Katuralization. 

DeceiulK-r 6 Salvador Amity, commerce, and consular privileges. 

1871. February 12 Spain Certain claims for wrongs in Cuba. 

February 23 Great Britain Renunciation of naturalization. 

February 26 Italy Commerce and navigation. 

April 11 Spain, on the one part, and 

Bolivia, Chili, Ecuador, 

and Peru, on the other Armistice, on mediation of the United States. 

April 1!) Mexico (Additional convention.) Claims. 

May 8 Great Britain Amicable settlement of all causes of difference. 

Xoveraber 2.5 Austria-Hungary Trade-marks. 

December 11 German Empire Consuls and trade-marks. 

December 22 Orange Free State Friend.sbip, commerce, and extradition. 

1872. May 6 Ecuador Xaturalizatiou. 

June 28 Ecuadof Extradition. 

July 20 Denmark Xaturalizatiou. 

Xovember 27 Mexico (Additional convention.) Claims. 

1873. January 18 Great Britaia Relative to places for holding sessions of the com- 

missioners under the 12tli article of the treaty 

of May 8, 1871. 

:March 10 Great Britain Definition of the northwest boundary line. 

May 12 Salvador Extending time for exchange of ratifications of 

extradition convention. 
May 12 Salvador Extending time for exchange of ratifications of 

treaty of amity, commerce, &c. 
June 7 Great Britain Protocol respecting the time at which articles 18 

to 25 and article 30 of the treaty of May 8, 1871 , 

respecting fisheries, shall take effect. 
Xovember 29 Spain Protocol relating to the captnte and restoration of 

the steamer Tirginius. 



PART III.-LNDICES. 



XXVII I]VI>EX OF XAMES. 



A. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Abbott, E. E., 22. 

Abbntt, Geoiiie P., 20. 

Abbiitt, (; 111 111 (I (lore 
Joel, ()6. 

Abeoacis, !Meso(l. 14. 

Abela, S., 34. 

Accbel, Si'iapio., 33. 

Adams, Cbarles Franci.s, 
79, 84, 1-28. 

Adams, John, 57, .'iS. 

Adaiius, Jdliii Qniiicy, ~^^, 
7ti, 77, 87, il-3, !IH, !I4,'101. 

Adams, LyellT., -23. 

Adams, Thomas Boyls- 
toii, 87. 

AdamsoD, Thos., ir., 23. 

Adee, Alvey A., 12, 100. 

Aiiiiar, Kauuiii, 28. 

Aiilberj;. Liuhvii;, 33. 

Akaad, T.. 34. 

Alayo, P. E., 33. 

Albergaria, A. J. d', 30. 

Albeit, W. J., 36. 

Alden, Roper, '->(>. 

Alderson, A., 127 

Allen, Aimer A., 25. 

Allen, Charles M.. 22. 

Allen, Ileriiiaii. ().5. 

Allison. Willi.im F., 33. 

Ahvaid, Ueniii.s R.. 79. 

Amory. Jonathan. 30. 

Anderson, Clias E., 74. 

Anderson, Rioliard C, 

68, 89. 
Andreas, J. J., 2i). 
Audre\vs,C.C., 12,71,102. 
Alltel, lienjamin F., 101. 
Anker.smit, II. T.. 29. 
Anuaiid, Janu'.s. 26. 
Appletou, .Joliu, 55, 56, 

62, 78, 96, 127. 
Ajiiileton, John J., 88, 

92, 119, lOl. 
Artwedson, 0. D., 101. 
Armstroiis, .lolin. 73, 98. 
Arrindell, H. A.,20. 
Arze, Luis L. de, 127. 
Asbotll, Alex, 60, 10.x 
A.shmiire, William, 17. 
Ashton, J. Huliley, 36, 

127. 
Atkinson, Jo.s., 23. 
Atwater, Dorence, 31. 
At\vood.<;iias. D.,23, 35. 
Anliek, Joliii H., 83. 
Aiusteii, Sihis S., 23. 
Austin, James T., 126. 
Avery, Lucius, 28. 
Azancol, Sasoii, 14. 
Aznar, Ed., 31. 



Foreign appointments. 

Abrean, J. P. de. 42 
Aco.sta, D., 109. 
Acosta, I., Kl'.l. 
Acosta, S., 109. 
Adae, ('. A.G., 40. 
Adae, 0. M., 39. 



Adams, H. C. 39. 

Addins'ton, H. U., 113. 

Adet, P. A., 111. 

Afiudelo, F., 37. 

Aguiar. L. H. F., 39. 

Aite. G., 41. 

Albuquerciue, H. C. de, 
108. 

AlbiKiuerqne, J. F. de 
P. C, 107, 108. 

Alderson, A., 127. 

Allen, E. H., 115. 

Ahuonte. J. L,, 116, 117. 

Alos, E. iM., 42. 

Alvarado, T., 41. 

Alvarado, L., 115. 

Alvarez, Felipe B., 127. 

Alvear, C. M. de, 106. 

Alvensleben, Baron. 112. 

Amory, N., 124. 

Anisinck, G., 42. 

Andrada, F. X. da C. A. 
de, 107. 

Anduana, J., 122. 
Aukariu<i. D. G., 123. 

Aiislyn, X., 41. 
Anstev, -Jolin, 126. 
Autrobus, G. C, 113. 
Aranda, F., 125. 
Aree. M. I, 108. 
Archibald, E. JSI.. 40. 
Arsaiz, P. A., 122. 
Aristarelii Bey, 39, 1 4. 
Arze, Luis L.'de, 127. 
Aservi. E., 38. 
Ashburtnn, Lord, 113. 
Aslilev, E.G., 41. 
Aspiroz, M., 41. 127. 
A.spuriia. R., 125. 
Assano. H.. 38. 
A Vila. Eleuterio, 36, 127. 
Azambiija, F. T. de, 119. 
Azamhnja, J. M. K. de 
108. 

B. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Balibitt, UenryA.. 34,35. 
Baber, Ambrose, 97. 
Baeon, John E.. 96. 
Bacot, Charles A., 32. 
Badeau, Adam, 23, 79. 
Baiiby, Aithur P., 95. 
I5ailev, Addison M., 70. 
Bailey. David H., 22. 
Baiiibridjie, Commodon 

W., .59. 
Baiz, II., 3.5. 
Baker. Ivhvard L., 14. 
l!aker, (ieorjie C, 22. 
I'laleom, I'.ri<;ham, 22. 
Baldwin. Radelitlb. 36. 
Balestier. Jos., (i3, 67. 
Bnllentine, George, 20. j 
Baiieriili, Geoige, 12. 62,[ 

76, 78, 82, 94, 106, 128. 1 
B.anniui;- II. B.. .36. I 

Barber, II. P., 20. { 

Barbour, .lames, 77. 
Barclay, Anthony, 126. 
Barclay, Thomas, 59. 
Barkei', S., 25. i 



Barlow, Joel, 59, 73, 103. 

Barnard, Daniel D., 93. 

Barnett, John W., 25. 

Barr, James A , 7. 

Barrau, Manuel, 15. 

Barringer, Dan'l M.,100. 

Bairow.AVasliington. 92. 

Barrv, William T.. 99. 

Bartie. George, 6.9. 

Bartlett, Joseph J., 102. 

Barton, Seth, 65. 

Bai'toii, Thomas P., 74. 

Bassett, Ebeuezerl)., 12, 
26, 82. 

Bates, Jo-shua, J26. 

Baunibersier, P. M., 26. 

Baxter, Henry, 82. 

Bayard, Jame.s A.. 73,70, 
77, 94. 

Bayard, Richard H., 62. 

Bayard, Samu(d. 126. 

Bavlies, Francis, 59. 

Bazier, F. K., 33. 

Beaman, C. C.,.jr., 57. 
Beardsle.y, Ric hard, 34. 
Beauchamp, Eniorv P., 

19. 
Beauregcard, Loui.s. 8. 
I'.edinger, Henry, 70. 
Beelen, Frederick A., 66, 

69, 80, 82, 89, 97. 
Belin, F. W.. 27. 
15elmont, August, 88. 
Beixlell, Herinan, 17. 
Benedict. Xewtoii. 7. 9. 
Benedikt, A'athan, 14. 
Bennett, C, 22. 
IJeiinett, H. 1)., 18. 
RensoD, Egbert, 125. 
Benzacar, Isaac, 15. 
Berdan, George L., 0, 8. 
Bersib, Henry, 96. 
15errv, Eebert De L., 83. 
Bertiiet, F., 18. 
Bes'.ney, T. M., 30. 
Biddle, (Commodore 

James, 66, 103. 
Bidille, Thos., 64,97, 127. 
Bidlack, Beii.j. A.. 68. 
Bigidow, John. 7.>. 
Bigler, John, 66. 
Bigsby, John, I2(). 
Bingham, John A., 12, 

83. 
Binney, "W. P., 26. 
Bisliee, John, 21. 
Bislru]), (yliailes, 17. 
Black, Jereiiiiali .S , 55. 
Blackford, Win. M., (i8. 
Blair, Jacob B., 70. 
Blake, William F., 24. 
Bland, Tliei)doric...59. 
Blatclilbrd.Rich.M., 101. 
Bleccker, Hariuaiiiis, 8r'. 
Bliss, Alexander, 12, 76. 
P.li.ss, Porter C, 12,87. 
Blow, Henry T., 64, 105. 
Blunt, .loseiih. 67. 
Boal, James St. (' , 87. 
Bohl, F., 20. 
P. d<er, Geo. II., 12, 104. 
Bollen, William, 52. 
Itorck, J. K., 17. 
l'>ol■dellor(^ A., 32. 
Borden, James W., 81. 



Borland, Solon, 69, 80, 82, 

89, 97. 
Bondinot, E., .53. 

Bonlware, \yilliam, 104. 

Boutwell, George S., 36. 

Bowdoin. James, 73, 98. 

Bowers, Charles S.. 14. 

Bowlin, James B., 68, 90. 

(Boyd, Jas. McHenrv, 78. 

Boye, W. E.,29. 

Braa.sch. Theodoie, 15. 

Brackeiiridge,II.M..126. 

Bradburv. John T.. 15. 

Bradloni, O. B., 16, 3.5. 

Bradley, C. S., 127. 

Bradley, William C, 126. 

Brady, Thomas J., 17. 

Brand, Alexander, 22. 

Brander. George, 33. 

Brandt, E., 30. 

Branley, George H., 25. 

Bran.so'n, Charles A., 24. 

Breckenridge, J. C, 100. 

Brent, Daniel, 56. 

Brent, George Lee, 60. 

Brent, Henry M., 91. 

Brent, Tbos.'L. L., 92,98. 

Brent, William, jr., 59. 

Brentano, Lorenz, 19. 

Bridpland. John A., 18. 

Briuiis, William M., 64. 

Brin'toii, C. II.. 20. 

Brisbois.Bc^ruard W.. 15. 

Broadbent, Richiiid, 35. 

Brodhead, J<ihii R., 78. 

Brooke, Ricliard X., 18. 

Blower, I. M.. 18. 

Brown. D. W. E., 20. 

Brown, Ethan A., (i'.i. 

Brown, George, 81. 

Blown. James, 73. 

l5rown, J. E., 25. 

Brown, Jcdm P., 103. 

Bro^vn, Xeil S., 96. 

Brown, Stvellon A., 5, 
8, 57. 

Thowue, J. Ross, 67. 

Browning, H. C, 20. 

Browning. Win. A., 86. 

Bruner. E. D., 16. 

Bnitoii, Thomas J., 22. 

Bryan, Joliu A., 91. 
Buchanan, James, 62, 78, 

81,9.i. 
Buchanan, Ja.s. M,, 70. 
Bucherer J. J., 26. 
Buckalew, Chas. R., 72. 
Buel<iiigliaiii, W. A., 36. 
BucUiuaii, Kd. A., 24. 
Burger, Win. L. M ,18. 
Buiiiugaiiii', An.son. 61, 

67. 
Bui uham, Peter S., 25. 
Burton, Allan A., 69, 71. 
Bushuell, Albert. 18. 
Butler, Anthony, 84. 
Burler, Edward G. W., 

jr., 93. 
Butler. .lohn. 8. 
By<'rs, S. II. .M.. 33. 

Foreign appointments. 

Baciuirt, L. A. .^. F. de., 
111. 



136 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



Foreign appointments. 

Bader, A., :i!>. 
Basiot, 0., IKi. 
Baker. A. St. J.. 113. 
Baldwin, U.K.. :{!). 
Balta/.zi,EtV.>n<li. :i!). 124. 
BanUlii'a.l. ('.. U:?. 
Baiandiaian, (t., 11". 
Baica, A. C. de- la, 122, 

12:5. 
Barclav, Anthony, 12(i. 
Baiclav, Tlin.s., 12:"), 12G. 
Baiksdale, G. A., M). 
Bainda, F. L , 119. 
Barrciii, C. L.. 42. 
Bands, I',, r. T., 37. 
Bali iindia, J. F., 1)5. 
Bartb, K., 39. 
Baitludd, K. TJ., 42. 
Bates, Jo.sbna, ]2t). 
Battier, R., 40. 
Bamii, C.,3!). 
Bannibae]], L. vim. 41). 
Baunibacli, M. von, 3!). 
Beaulien, Baion. Id?. 
Bebr, Baion D., lOT. 
BeUo, .J., lOi^. 
Bellonnet. U. de, 112. 
Benacbi. K.. 41. 
B<-nard, K , 3S. 116. 
Bennett, W. H..41. 
Ben.son, ICjilieit, 125. 
Beiges, Jose. 127. 
Benaudez, T.. 3!). 
Eeinaid, M.. 114. 
Beitlieniy, J.. 112. 
Eel tinatti, Cbev. J., 115, 

122, 127. 
Beitmi, F., 42, 43. 
Beiton.J.. 40. 
Beitsebenenn, -J., 43. 
Betteliiii. l'.,40. 
Belts, K.H., 42. 
Be\ lie, E., 42. 
Bii;sl)v, John. 12(). 
Biile, F. E.. UU. 
Bille, S., 110. 
Biile, T., 110. 
liilanco, A.(Tn/.uiou, 127. 
Blanco, B.,4l. 
JJlaque Bey, 124. 
Bodisci), A. de. 121. 
Bodi.seo, W., 42, 121. 
Beerliii, I^., 4:j. 
BoislecoMite. E. A. O. S. 

de. 112. 
Bond,]'., 112. 
Bouifaz, A.lli). 
Bonifaz, E., Hi). 
Booker. \V. L.,41. 
Bootb, Wa.sb., 40, 42. 
Boiel, A.. 43. 
Borellv, J. B..40. 
Borges, A. P. de C, 37, 

lOB. 
Eiii-.s, C, 42. 
Bdscb. Silencer II., 107. 
Bdtassi, U. X.. 41. 
Biiiilleaii. (i. di', 112. 
Boniboulon, A.de, 111. 
Bouniian, F., 123. 
Boy.sen, C. F., 43. 
Bra(^ni, H., 4li. 
Bieiiil, .M.,J.E.,40. 
lirewer, E. >M.. 41. 
]5iieeiio, M. de, 125. 
Brown, .J. K., 4ii. 
Bruce, Sir F. AV. A., 114, 

127. 
liruno, I),. 115. 
Briinsebwiler. J.. 43. 
Brnzual, Bias. 12."). 
Bii<:elli, J. Uvai zabal y, 

42. 
Biiddecke, ]\W., 37. 
Buhver, H. Lvtton, 113. 
Burlage, K. C , 41. 



Burlingame, A., 109. 
Bunie.s, V. M., 42. 
]5iunley, J. H., 114. 
Burnis, X., 42. 
Burton, A. A., 40, 42. 
I'.uruaga, F. S. A., 108. 



C. 

Vnited States appoint- 
ments. 

Cabot, Samuel, 12fi. 
Cathay, Nicbolas, 8. 
Calderon, F. 0., 127. 
Caldwell, Jobn C. 12. 

CO, 9(1, 10."). 
CabUvell. Jobn W., 03. 
C'alboiin, .Tobn C, 54. 
Calbonn, William 11., 75. 
Call,!;. R., 24. 
Callsen, Einile, 28. 
Calvert, J. C.F., 34. 
Calzado, Miguel, 32. 
Cambreleiig, Cburcliill 

C, 95. 
Cameron, Simon, 36, 96. 
Campbell, George W., 

70, 94. 
Campbell, Jaine.s H., 69, 

102. 
Campbell, Lewis D., 86. 
Canut, E., 32. 
Carey, A., 24. 
Carey, Henry C, 17. 
Carey, P. W!, 21 
Carleton, Charles, 23. 
('.■irloek, Thomas, 28. 
Carmichael, Win., 58, 98. 
Carpenter, A. TvT., 25. 
Can-, Dabnev S , 103. 
CaiT, James M., 91. 
Carter, John, l(i. 
Cartter, D.ivid K., G3. 
Casagemas, M,, 31. 
Cass, Lewis, 55, 74. 
{'ass, Lewis, .ii-., 101. 
Cas.sard. Auiiust J., 29. 
Ca.stel, Isidore, 18. 
Castro, Tbonie de. 30. 
(;atbcart, James L., 103. 
Cato, (ieorge C, 21. 
Caverlv, Z. B.,91. 
Ce Meilo, J.dC, 30. 
Cesnola, A. r. di, .34. 
Cesnola, L. I', di, 34. 
Chance, jNIablon, 23. 
Cbaildlei, Jo.s. IJ., 104. 
(;imndler, Z., 36. 
Chauneey, Com. Isaac, 

59. 
Cbesebrough, William 

H., 12, 79^ 
Cheves, Langdon, 126. 
Cliew, Jobn'j., 7, 9. 
Clitw, Robevt S.,56, .57. 
Chew, William W., 9.5. 
Cbiltoii, Robert S., 21. 
Chinn, Xhos. W., 104. 
Christie, J. S.,.jr.,26. 
''bristo)ibersen. ('., 33. 
Clack, K'-ankliTi H., 64. 
Clapp^ Dexter E., 60. 
Clapp, R., 22. 
Clark, A. W., 66. 
Clark, John C, 22. 
Clarke, Beverly L., 80, 

82. 
Clarke, Charles H., 25. 
(Harke, Freeman, 36. 
Clarke, James G., 75. 
Clark, James S., 62. 
Chiv, Cassius M., 96. 
Clay, (ieorge de M., 18. 
Clay, (Jreeii, ^-3, 96, 100. 
Clay, Henry, 54,77. 
Clay, James Brown, 92. i 



Clay, J. Randolph, 61, 

9i,95. 
Clay, Thomas H., 82,89. 
Clayton, .lohu ^I., 54. 
Clements. A. H., 6, 9. 
Clemsou, TiiomasG., 62. 
Clifford. Xatban, 85. 
Coates, L., 20. 
Coffey, Titian J., 96. 
Coggeshali, Win. T., 72. 
Cogswell, Josei)h G., 99. 
Colegate, Jas. Hall, 7, 9. 
CoUas, P., 20. 
Colwell, Albert G , 26. 
Conard, Henry. 31. 
Coiikling, Alfred, 86. 
Conkling, Roseoe, 36. 
Conrad, C.?,l.. 54. 
Couroy, E , 32. 
Cousiglio. E., 27. 
Cook, Edwin F., 66. 
Cook, Thomas C., 23. 
C()(d<, W. A . 2?. 
Coolev, James, 90. 
Corbiii, J. E.,23. 
Coreos, Abraham. 14. 
Cordeiro, F. M., 16. 
(;orinaldi, S. G., 22. 
Cornabe, Win. A., 17. 
Corning, E. L., 34. 
Corwiu, Thomas, 86. 
Corwin, Wm. H., 86. 
Coryell, .John R., 16, 35. 
Cox, S. S., 36, 91. 
Cox, Thomas C. 128. 
Coxe, Ferdinand, 64. 
Coyle, Randolph, 36, 127. 
dalle. Rich. K., .%. 
Cramer, M.J. , 12,71. 
Crane, Newton, 23. 
Crawford, AV^illiam H., 

73, 84. 
Cripjis, John S., 86. 
Crooker, L., 17. 
Cropsi'v, Louis E.. 19. 
Crosby", Elisha O.. 8it. 
Crowley. James, 30. 
Croxtoii, Jobn T., 11, 63. 
Crump, William, 6.5. 
Crusoe, John L., 27. 
Culver, E.D.. 105. 
Cuiiningham, H. D., 25. 
Curtin, Andrew G., 96. 
Curtin, Jer(>niiah. 96. 
Cushing, Caleb, 12, 66, 

67,69,83, 101), 127. 128. 
Cusliiiig, Coiirtlaiid, 71. 
Cushinan, John F., 60. 
Cuvisal, Joseph, 15. 

Foreign appointments. 

Cu'sar, II. 1),, 40. 

Calilerou A. de la Barca, 
122, 123. 

Carapino, .1.. 108. 

Cahaz, A. J., li 8. 

Canning, Sir S., 11.3. 

Cantagalli, R., 116. 

Carc.'icbe, E., 118. 

Carlisle, J. M., .36, 127, 
128. 

Carrauza, C, 106. 

Carrey, E., 40. 

Carvallo, M., 108. 

Casanucva, F., 40. 

Cassiiid, A., 10. 

Castilla y Portugal, M., 
117, 

Castillo v Lanzas, J. M. 
116. 

Catacazy, C, 121. 

Catletl,F.,124. 

Causti'ii, J. H.,40. 

Cavaleantidi Albuquer- 
que, il., JDS. 

Cavalcauti di Albuquer- 
que, J. F. deP., 107,108. 



Cavalehini, Baron, 128. 
Cella, G. L , 41. 
Cerruti, G. B., 41. 
Cerruti, Ch. M., 116. 
Changuion, F. I) , 117. 
Charlton, W. ()., 37. 
Chastent, F., 40. 
Chaves, P. R. F., 107. 
Chih-Kang, 109. 
Childre.ss, G. C, 124. 
Cbipman, Ward, 125, 126. 
Christeusen, C. T., 110. 
Cisnero,s, L. B., 127. 
Clacias, C, 42. 
Clark, B.C., 41. 
Clausseniiis, H., 40. 
Clermont-Tounere, 37, 

112. 
Cockburn, Sir Alex., 128. 
Collingsworth, J., 124. 
Collins, L T., 39. 
Colobiauo, Count A. A. 

de, 122. 
Colobiano, Count L., IIG. 
Conde, Francisco, 127. 
Constaiicio, F. S., 119. 
Conturie, A., 41. 
Cooke, J. F., 41. 
Coppinger, W., 38. 
Conea de Serra, J., 119. 
Cortes, E., 109. 
Corti, Count, 38, 116,128. 
Cos'^illo, I'edro F. del, 

126. 
Cotlieal, A., 42. 
Cova, L. de la, 40, 43. 
Cox, Thomas C, 128. 
Crampton, J. F. T., 113. 
Cridlaiid, F. J., 40. 
CuelebioL-ek, B.Vau, 107. 
Cueller, J. T. de, 38. 
Cueto, L. A. de, 123. 
Cushing, Caleb, 127. 

D. 

United States ap'point- 
nients. 

Dabuey, John P., 30. 
Dabne'v. S. W.,30. 
Dabney, William H., 33. 
DaCo.sta, D. C.,20. 
Dahlgren, C. B., 28. 
Dahliren, Paul, 27. 
Dallaporto. S. M., 2<). 
IJalhiS, (4eorgoM., 79,95. 
Dallas. PliilipN., 79. 
Dalton, John. 35. 
Dana, Francis, 56, 72. 
Dana, John W.. 63. 
Daniel, .John M.. 97. 
Danies, JS'., 17. 
Dailies, N., .ir., 17. 
Daoud, Il)rahim, 34. 
Dart, William A., 23. 
Dartinoulb, Lord, 52. 
Davezao. Aug., 8,8, 104. 
David, Heniy. 19. 
Davids, Thad., jr., 16. 
Davie, William R., 73, 
Davie.s, Henry R., 32. 
Davis, C. W.,'l2ii, 127. 
Davis, James M.. 25. 
Davis, J. C. Bancroft. 5, 

55, 78, 79, 127, 128. 
Davis, Jobn, 6, 9 
Davis, Jobn W., 67. 
Davis. Lutber L., 25. 
Daws, Gustave, 15. 
Dawson, George B., 21. 
Daw.son, R., 21. 
Dayton, .\aion O., 56. 
Dayton, William L., 75. 
Dayton, Wm. I,., jr., 75. 
Dean, George ^L, 24. 
Deane, Silas, 57. 
Dearborn, Henry, sr., 92. 



INDEX OP^ NAMES. 



137 



rnitcd States appoint- 
tnents. 
Decatnr,C(>inmo(lore,59. 
De Haio, Max, 34. 
De H;iss, Frank S., 34. 
De llavilaml, .J.. 100. 
Delaticl.l,.Icis., 1-.2G. 
De Lai.o, M. M.. IG. 
Dolaplaiiie. J. F., U, 61. 
Delislo, E. S., 24. 
!)(> Lous. Charles E., 83. 
De Loth. Eiiiile, 18 
Denis, (r.R,3f). 
Dcnisun. H. W , 27. 
Depi-w, C. M., S3. 
Dcniok. W S., 56. 
Deschowitz, A. A., 31. 
Destnitue, Alciile.s, 127. 
Devi'i'i'nx. P., 25. 
De "Witt, Cliarles G., 65, 
Dicker.son, llahlon, 9.i. 
Dickin.s, .Vslv.irv, .56. 
Dickinson, A. 15., 89. 
Dickinson, C. 15., 28. 
Diirnes,.!. M.,:i2. 
Dillon, Eciniaini-. 64, 97. 
Dinian, Henry W.. 30.93. 
Diniitrv, Alexander, 60. 

89, 126. 
Dinzev, R. B.. 33. 
Dittenhcefter, M., 19. 
Dix. Jdlin A., 75. 
Dix. Jclm W., 75. 
Dockirv. AllrertV.,30. 
Di)(1(l..Jolin,16. I 

Dod'H'. AusrnstusC., 100. 
Doiji-. John B., 23. 
Donaldson, -James, 59. 
Donelson. Andrew J., 

75, 93, 102. 
Dounan, James ^[., 20. 
Donnet, A. T.,92. 
Dougall, James. 23. i 

Douirlas, ( leor^e, 18. ! 

DoaKlas,\VillianiW.,21. 
Doyle, George, 29. 
Drigiis, Georire W., 2.5. 
Driver, Henry, 20. 
Drnrv, Chailes \V., 18. 
DrnrV. Chailes TV., 20. 
Dryer. Thomas J., 81. 
Duclos. M. Van J^, 15. 
Durtie, A. N., 31. 
Duke, .J. Maurice, 31. 
Dnnian.'i:. Odel), 27. 
Dnnn, David M., 21. 
Durant, Thos. J., 36, 128. 

Forciijn aiypointmonts. 

Da Cunha, (Sotto Maior,) 

A.. 120. 
Dallet, n. C, 42. 
Dallner, H.. 110. 
D Anta.s, M. M,120. 
Dardon, V., 38,114, 121. 
Dasehkoti; A.de, 120. 
Da Serra, J. (;., 119. 
Davidson, K. F., 39. 
Davi.s, Cha.s.W.,12G, 127. 
De Give, L., 39. 
De (iiev and Kipon, 

Earl. 114. 
Dejai'din, E., 3". 
DeLeon, Joacjuin V.,12j. 
Deltohse, M., 37, 107. 
Destiu^e, Alcides, 127. 
D'ltajuba, Visc'nt, 128. 
Do^u'ett, \V. E., 43. 
Doisv, .V. C.. 41. 
Donohue, D., 40. 
D Jrselen, J. P. V., 41. 
Dreier, E., 40. 
Dresel, \V., 40. 
DiiBois, 11. C. 118. 
Dui.scnbern-, C. A. C.,40. 
Dundonalci, Earl. 128. 
Dnulai., 1!. G., 124. 



E. , 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Eame.s, Charles, 81, 105. 
Eaton, J<din II.. 99. ' 

Eaton, Joseph S. J., 7, 8. 
Eat<m, AVilliam, 103. 
Eckstein, David, 25. 
Eden, W., 22. 
Eder, Charles H., 33. 
Eder. James ^I.. 17. 
Edes, It. A.. 15. 
Edjiecomb, W. \V.. 21, 

189. 
Edwards, Ninian, 84. 
E'^'crs, .Tohatin, 2'l. 
Efa.J. II., 36. 
Elfwing. N. A.. 33. 
El<iee, Chas. Le D., 86. 
Ellis, Powhatan. 84. 
Ellis, Thomas H, 85. 
Ellis, Vespasian, 105. 
Ellsworth, Henry W., 

101. 
Ellsworth, Oliver, 73. 
Elmore, F. A.. 127. 
Emery, David A., 16. 
I'imery, E., 30. 
Erni, Ilenry, 33. 
Ernst. James E., 32. 
Erving, George W., 70, 

98, 99. 
Erving. R. Augustus, 96. 
Eusti.s', William, 88. . 

Evau.s, G.. 12.5. 
Evarts, William M., 128.1 
Eve. Joseph, 102. 
FJverett, Alexander H., 

66, 83, 88, 99. 
Everett, Edw., 55, 66,78. 
Ewing. Hugh, 88. 
] Eyting, Claience, 91. 

Foreign appointments. 

Edwards, J. P , 40. 
Edwards. I. 'R., 42. 
El"in and Kincardine. 

Earl, 114. 
Elliot, A. F., 39. 
Elliseu, G., 120. 
Elmore. F. A., 127. 
Elpeux, C. A.R.de, 40. 
I<;merson, A., 41. 
Enderis, H., 43. 
Eppiag, C 42, 43. 
Erichsen, W., 40. 
Errazuriz. F. G.. 37, 109. 
Erskine, D. M., 113. 
Esealante, A., 123. 
F:.scalaute, X., 110. 
Eseudero, 1 , 41. 
Espiuoza. (r., .37. 
Espiella. J., 42. 
Evans, G , 12.5. 



United States appoint- 
ments. 

Fahertv,AVm. P.,7,9. 
Fair, Elisha Y., 62. 
F'aiiehild, Lucius, 23. 
Fakao, J. P. de M., 30. 
Falck, T.,33. 
Famin. J. E., 103. 
Farnhani, I'.en.j.F., 21. 
Faulkner, Charles J., 75. 
F\ivrot, Alexander, 128. 
Faxon. William II., 29. 
Fav, Theo. S., 78, 93, 102, 
Feiirii, Walker, 86. 
Fernandez, F., 32. 



Ferris, John, 21. 
Feschotte. F., 18. 
Figyelmcsy, P,2l. 
F'inkelmeier, C, 27. 
Finkelmeirr. J. P.,27,84. 
Fi.sh, Hamilton, .5, 55, 79, 

128. 
Fish, Nicholas. 12,76. 
Fi.sher, Charles L., 27. 
Fituam, Thomas, 24. i 

Fitr, E. H., 2.5. 
Fitzpatrick, Rich. ,59,90. 
I'ltzsimmons, Thos., 125. 
Flenni ken. Robert P. ,70. 
Flint, Jcdm F., 31. 
Flint, Weston. 16. 
Fh»od, (ieorge H., 102. 
FogiT, George G.. 102. 
Fogir, George W.,21. 
FoUin, Charles R.. 26. 
Folsoni, George. 88. 
Fontaine, .Joseph, 18. 
Foole, Thomas M., 61,68. 
Forbes. John M., .59, 70. 
Forsyth, John, 54,99. 
Fors'vth, John, 86. 
Forward, Walter, 70. 
Foster, Austin T., 21. 
Foster, John W., 12, 87. 
Foster, Samuels., 19. 
Fottiou, M. :M., 35. 
Fowler, H.. 20. 
Fox, Alfred, 22. 
Fox, Henry. 24. 
Fox, Howard. 22. 
Franchville. E. Il.,24. 
Francis, John M., 80. 
Francovitch. L., 14. 
Franklin, Ben.i.,. 52.57,58 
Frazer, Donald. 12t). 
Frazer, James S., 128. 
Frecker, J. P., 19. 
F'reeman, Henry W., 8. 
Freer, Romeo H., 29. 
Frelinghuysen.F. T., 36, 

79. 
Frenckell, R., 30. 
Friend, R. A., 31. 
Fry, William H.. 83. 
Fuchs, Ernst, 15. 
Fu«ites, A. G., 32. 



Foreign appointments. 



Faria, Ch., A. C. de, 120. 
Fauchet, Josei)h, 111. 
Faverney, Count de, 112. 
Favrot, Alexander, 128. 
F'eigel A., 40. 
Ferrer, Achille, 124. 
Figaniere E. ^lorao J. 

C. de, 119, 120. 
Figaniere J. d'A. de la, 

119. 
Finotti, G. M., 41. 
Flores, Antonio, 37, 110, 

128. 
Flores, Juan Jose, 127. 
Foohlamiue, A. G. de,41. 
FoMtecilla, M. S., 108. 
Ford, F. C..114. 
Foronda, V. de, 122. 
F'o.s.se, C. de la, 111. 
Foster, A. J., 113. 
F\)x, U.S., 113. 
Franca, E. F., 107. 
Franckcnstein, Baron, 

106. 
Fraz(^r, Donald, 126. 
Fivdin, A. L. A., 40. 
Freire, C. R., 119. 
Frellsen, H.,40. 
Freniery, J., 41. 
Freyre, Col. M., 38, 119, 

128. 
Fuente,(y Subirat)r.,42. 



G. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Gad, Gaddis, 34. 
Gade, Gerhard, 33. 
Gadsden, James, 66. 
Gallatin, Albert, 73, 76, 

77, 88, 94. 
Gallo, Luis, 33. 
(iarben. I,., 33. 
Garcia, F. D., 17, 
Garesche, Francis, 25. 
Gartias, M.. 28. 
Garguilo, A. A., 12, 104. 
Garrison, A. F., sr., 28. 
Garth, Charles, 52. 
C.auffrau, G. A.,29" 
Gautier. Peter, 14. 
Geary, J. R., 32. 
Geddes, James, 31. 
Geiershofer, :\Ioritz, 20. 
Gentle, Alexander, 24. 
Gerard, George, 24. 
Gerrish, Benj., jr., 18. 
Gerry, Elhridge, 72. 
Ghiggino, T. Adol., 15. 
Gib.son, William M., 21. 
Gitibni, L., 27. 
Gill, A. Gouverneur, 19. 
Gillam, William J., 23. 

Gillespie, Eugene, 29. 

Giuebra, Jose, 31. 

Giro, John L., 31. 

Giro, William L., 31. 

Glasgow, S. L., 22. 

Gohr, I. A., 15. 

GoUan, A., 16. 

Goodeuow, J. H., 12, 34, 
104. 

Goodrich, Aaron, 62. 

Goodwin, AltredD., 24. 

Gordon, J. B., 36. 

Gore, Chrisfx, 76, 126. 

Gorham, Chas. T., 12,88. 

Gould, J. B., 20. 

Gould, J. M., 20. 

Gotitier, Stanislas, 26. 

Graham, J.,^6, 59, 92, 98. 

Graham, J. L.,.ir.,26. 

Graham, Joseph, 59. 

Graham, Sylv., H., 22. 

Gran, Albert, 33. 

Granado.s. A. O. D., 17. 

Granet, L., 27. 

Grant, Gordon, 33. 

Grant, Henrv H., 25. 

Greet", Ernst, 19. 

Greeley, Horace, 61. 

Green, Benjamin E., 85. 

Green, B. W., 14. 

Green, .James S., 68. 

Greenham, .John, 27. 

Greenwood, J.,, jr., 19. 

Gregg, David L , 81. 

Gregg. David McM., 14. 

Gregoire, C. D., 19. 

Grieve, Miller, 70. 

Griffen, T., 19. 

Grillin, (iild.'ioy W., 17. 

Griffin, Thoma.s, 7. 

Griffin, William H.,21. 

(h-iffitt, J.,35 

(iriswold, Lsaac S., 22. 

Gruner, Ju.stus, 19. 

Guebert, Louis, 18. 

Guillcmard, John, 125. 

Gwin, William, 7. 

Foreign appointments. 

Galli,G., 41. 
(}ana, A. B., 108. 
Garcia.J. A.G. y, 119. 
tlarcia, M. R.,37, 106. 
Garcia, y TassaraG.,123. 
Gardoiiiii, D. de, 122. 



138 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Foreign appointments. 

Garsia. A.C.. 40. 
Garsia, K. C. B., 43. 
Genet, E.C., 111. 
GeotVov, L. (le, 112. 
Gei(ilt,'l5:ir()ii,llS, 120. 
Gevers, (:ii..J.C.,ll7, 111!*. 
Ghalip Etleiuli, 31). 
Gibbs, G. \V., 43. 
Giliberr, Mr. de. 112. 
Giorgv, Count N., 106. 
Godoy, J.. 109, 12S. 
Gortov, J. A., 42. 
Gomez, E. J., 40. 
Gomez,!., 11.5, 118. 
Gonilira, A. J. D. <le A., 

107» 
Goni, F., 123. 
Gonzales, C.F., 41. 
Gonzalez, P., 108. 
Gorlotf, A., 121. 
Gorostiza, M. E., IIG. 
Gorter, G. ()., 39. 
Gcstlins, Natbaniel, 126. 
Grauados, F., 42. 
Grayson, P. W., 124. 
Grehoii, .J. A., 119. 
Gret.scb, N. de, 38. 
Greubm, F., 120. 
Griffitb, I'bilip, 11.3. 
Grip, A., 39, 123. 
Grisar, E.,39. 
Gr'oning, D. von. 41. 
Gnanes, M.S., 42. 
(iniliemard, John, 125. 
Guruev, Kus.sell, 128. 
Gutierrez, E., 110. 
Gutierrez, F. E. J., 42. 
Guzman, Leon, 127. 

H. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Haddock, Cbarles B., 92. 
Haddock, AV., 32. 
Haid, Gii.staf, 33. 
Haldenian, -Tacob S., 102. 
Hale, Cliarle.s, 55. 
Hale, John P., 100. 
Hale, Robert S., 128. 
Hall, Alanson S., 14. 
Hall, Alk>n A., (i3, 105. 
Hall, Heniy C, 32. 
Hall, Stewart, 21. 
Hamilton, Alex., jr., 99. 
Hamilton, James A., 54. 
Hamlin, Hannibal, 36. 
Hamm, .John, G5. 
Hammill, J.,23. 
Hammett, Ales., 104. 
Hanaberji', Aup. S., 17. 
Hancock, A. M., .32. 
Hancock, P^Uvard, 25. 
Hannciian, Edw. A., 93. 
Han,seu, Olof, 17. 
Hanson. Abraham, 84. 
Hardegjr. E., 34, 3,5. 
Hardie, Wm. A. C, 21. 
Hardin, P,eni. II., 65. 
Hailinii', 'i\, 24. 
Harmon, Frank, 2.5. 
Harmon, William, 2.5. 
Haiper, (;iiai le.s C, 74. 
Harrington, George, 102. 
Harriott, A. W., 25. 
Harris, John, 27. 
Hariis, I>eavitt,74, 77,94. 
Harris, Townsend, 83,98. 
Harri.s, "William A., .59. 
Harrison, James ()., 99. 
Harrison, Jidin, 31. 
Harrison, \Ym. H., 68. 
Hart wig, Maurice, 18. 
Harvey, James E., 93. 
Hassaiirek, Fred. ,72,127. 



Haswell, John H., 6, 8. 
Hatch, Marl in F., 28. 
Hawes. John H., 27. 
Hawkins, Samuel, 126. 
Haxby, Jos. Barber, 20. 
Hay, Heniy P., 83. 
Hay, Jobn,'61,75, 100. 
Hay, J(din B., 34. 
Hayat, Misbrihi, 34. 
Hayat, Wasif el, 34. 
Hayes, Tbos. E. D., 34. 
Haynes, D. (; ,21. 
Haywood, Edward, 5, 9. 
Haywood, Wm. H., 62. 
Hea, Joseph K., 25. 
Heap, G. Harri.s, 1.5. 
Hean, S. D., 103. 
Heard, Geo. W., jr., 67. 
Hector, J.J. T., 29. 
Henderson, Jos. J., 16. 
Hendricks, A., 24. 
Henri(]ues, A. N., 17. 
Henry, John J., 84. 
Henry, Patrick, 53, 73. 
Hen.sou, Abraham, 84. 
He])buin, J. C., 83. 
Hepites, Alexander, 34. 
Herran, Pedro A., 127. 
Hertz, William, 14. 
Heyse, C. F., 20. 
Hilchenbach, A., 26. 
Hillebrandt, H., 34. 
Billiard, Henry W., 62. 
Hinds, E. M., 7. a 
Hiud.s, Joseph M., 16. 
Hise. Elijah, 80. 
Hitchins, Frederick, 23. 
Hoar, E. P.., 36, 79. 
Hoard, C. A. de V., 32. 
Hobart, D. K., 25. 
Hoben, Charles F.. 24. 
Hodges, Alfred L., 23. 
Hodgson, Wm. B., 103. 
Hoechster, E., 19. 
Hott'man, Wickham, 12, 

75. 
Hogan, John, 71. 
Holley, Robert T., 20. 
HoUister, Gideon H., 82. 
Hollway, Joseph W., 24. 
Holman, Jesse B., 55. 
Holmes, John, 126. 
Hol.scher, G., 19. 
Holt, E. B., 24. 
Holt, George H., 22. 
Homes, Heiiry A., 103. 
Hooper, Robert M., 19. 
Hopkins, Edward A. ,90. 
Hopkii;s. George W"., 92. 
Horan, James, 23. 
Hore, J. L)., 27. 
Horner, J. H., 32. 
Horstniann, G. Henry, 

20. 
Houben, Henry, 26. 
Hovey, Alvin P., 91. 
Howard, Jacob M., 82. 
Howard, Jay T., 26. 
Howard, T. A., 102. 
Howard, Thomas W., 35. 
Howard, W. A., 67. 
Howe, S. G., 71. 
Howe, T. ()., 36. 
Howell, David, 12.5. 
Howland, George, 21. 
Hubv, Eduardo, 33. 
Hudson, Silas A., 80. 
Hudson, William H., 60. 
Hufiiagle, J. G.,35. 
Hugar, Charles, 33. 
Hughes, C h ristopher, 88, 

101. 
Hughes, Clnistopher, 

jr., 70,77, 101. 
Hughes, William E., 20. 
Humplireys, David, 59, 

87, 92, 98, 102, 103. 
Hunt, J., 18. 



Hunter, Wilbani, 63. 
Hunter, AVilliam, 5, 55, 

56. 57. 
Hurlbut, Stephen A., 69. 
Hu.stedt, A. C. 17. 
Huston, John C, 28. 
Hutcheus, Cliailes, 30. 
Hutchison, J., .30. 
i, Hyland, F. A., 22. 

l| 

I Foreign appointments. 

I Haacr..5ma, B. B., 41. 

Haaiilio, , 114. 

Habicht, C. E.. 123. 

Haentjeus, C, 38. 

Hale, J., 126. 

Hall, W. P., 42. 

Haniiltim, K., 124. 

ITaiiiilton, T. P., 4.3. 

Hammer. E. C., 40. 

Haunuond, G., 112. 

Hanks, L. C. 41. 
! Hannen, James, 126. 
i Haniiewinckel, F. W., 
; 39, 40. 

Harris, ('. C. 115. 
! Harris, W. W., 42. 
; HarrisGastndkJ. P.,37. 
I Harriss, G., 39. 
; Hartmanu, P. H., 40, 41, 
■' 43. 

Havemeyer, T. A., 39. 

Hegerman-Lindencrone, 
J:H. de, 37, 110. 

Heide, K. E., 40, 43. 

Hein.siu8, C, 39. 

Heiss, J. P., 118. 

Henderson, C. A., 41. 

Henderson, J. P., 124. 

Hengelmiiller ile Hen- 
gervar, L., .37, 106. 

Henrotin, J. F., 39. 

Herran, P. A., 109, 127. 

Herrera, F., 39, 40, 41. 

Hewett, H., 43. 

Hinkel, F., 40. 

Hitz, J., 43. 

Hoist, C. M., 40, 42. 

Hornby, Edmund, 126. 

Howard, Henry, 128. 

Huchet, E.. 39.' 

Huuer, J. M., 43. 

Hiilsemaun, Ch., 106. 

Hunt, Gen. M., 124. 

Hurck, P., 39. 

Hurtado, J. M., 109, 126. 

Hnygens. Cliev. E. D. 
E.J. Bangemun, 117. 

Huygens, Chev. R. 
Bangeniau, 117. 

I. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Iber, ben Mustafa, 15. 
Iblder, G., 19. 
Ingersoll, Charles A. ,93. 
Ingersull, Colin M., 95. 
Ingersoll, .Tose])h R., 78. 
Ingersoll, lialjdi J., 95. 
Irving, AVashingtou, 77, 

99. 
It win, William AV., 70. 
Ivens, 'I'luimas. 30. 
Izard, Rnljih, 57. 

Foreign apjiointments. 

lasigi, J., 43. 
lasigi, I. A., 40. 
lasigi, O , 43. 
Irisarri, A. J. de, 114, 

118, 121. 
Irujo,C. M. de, 122. 
Irvine, W. D., 114. 



Lselin, A., 43. 
Ito,J. H., 116. 
Iturbide, A., 116. 
Iturbide, Angel, 117. 
Iwakma, S. F., 116. 

J. 

United States appoint- 
rii^nts. 

Jackson, Andrew, 84. 

Jackson, Henry, 73. 

Jackson, Henry K., 61. 

Jackson, Lsaac liaiid, 70. 

Jackson, M. M., 22. 

Jackson, T. T., 21. 

Jacobs, Enoch, 35. 

Jarvis, Henry, 8. 

Jastram, Ct., 26. 

Javarez, F. L., 30. 

Jay. John, 11, 61. 

Jav, .lohn, .53,58 76. 

Jetfers, AVni, N., 65. 

Jeflerson, Ferdinand, 6, 
9. 

Jetferson, Thos., 53, 57, 
58, 72. 

Jenifer, Daniel, 61. 
1 Jenkiu.s, M. A., 16. 
1 Jewell, Marshall, 12, 96. 
' Jewell, R. G. W., 16. 

Jewett, Albert (J., 91. 

Johnson, Cave, 90, 127. 

Johnson, Edmund, 29. 

Jolmsou, Edward C, 79. 

Johnson, L. H., 25. 

Johnson, Reverdy, 79. 

Johnson, li. M., 16. 

Jones, Benjamin. 21. 

Jones, Evan R., 23. 

Jones, George W., 68. 

Jone.s, Hiram T., 25. 

Jones, J. Glancy. 61. 

Jones, John Paul. 59. 

Jones. Joseph Russell, 
11, 62. 

Jones, Paul. 31. 

Jones, A\'illiam H., 36. 

Jougb, L. S. de, 32. 

Jourdan, Alexander, 33. 

Jadd, :b5^orman B., 81, 94. 

Jutting, T. C, 35. 

Foreign appointments. 

Jaccard, T). C, 43. 
Jackson, F. J., 113. 
Jackson, George, 126. 
Jacquemin, A. A., 41. 
Jamieson, J. J., 41. 
Jarve.s, J. J., 115. 
Jaudenos, J. de, 122. 
Jerez, Gen. M., 118. 
Jocknsh.J. W.. 40. 
Jones, An.sou. 124. 
Jone.s, W. G.,37. 
Judah,WMI.,39. 
Judd, G. P., 115. 

K. 

United States a2}point- 
ments. 

Kail, P. C, 17. 
ICarncy, Luke, 8. 
Kavanah, Edward, 92. 
Keith, M. C, 17. 
Kellnir^, William. 80. 
Kelly, John H., 8. 
Kellv, W. H.,31. 
Kendall, E. L.,21. 
Kendrick, Samuel, 7, 9. 
Kennedv, John P.. 65. 
Kent, Edward, 64. 
Kerr, John B., >*'.i. 
Kerros, J. M., 18. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



139 



United States appoint- 
ments. 

Keutscb, G. R., 32. 
Kieii, Lin. 16. 
Kilpati ick, .Jud.son, 06. 
Kiniball, A. M., -.29. 
Kinji, Joliii A., 77. 
King, Paifus, 53, 76, 77, 

94. 
Kins, Eiifiis. 101. 
King, Win. K., 74, 94. 
King, Wilson. 21. 
King. YelviMtou P.. 68. 
Kingston. 1!.. 24. 
Kiunc'V, William B., 97. 
Kiik, kdlurt U., 60, 105. 
Kiikwooil, S. J., 71. 
Knapp, J. X., 21. 
Kuiglit, Albert M., 16. 
Knigbt, F. P., Hi. 
Knopp, AVilliaiu, 19. 
Koeruer, Gustaviis, 100. 
Kwster, Wilhelm, 19. 
Kopisch. Ell., 32. 
Korte, Ficderick, 71. 
Krans, Ignatz, 8. 
Krei.smann, Hermann, 

19, 94. 
Km, Is\ia, 31. 

Foreign appointments. 

Kantzow, Baron J. A., 
123. 

Kar.st, E., 40. 

Kauffmann. J., 39. 

Keeuc. X. B., 39. 

Kiilo. J. T., IKi. 

Kieckcefer,A.T.,39, 107. 

Kincardine, Earl ot El- 
gin and. 114. 

Kleiuibacb, A., 42. 

Klinkowstnieiu, M., 42. 

Knigbt. R., 41. 

Kobler, A., 42. 

Kondrnp, J. U., 40. 

Koradi, Pv., 43. 

Kortrigbt, C. E. K., 40. 

Krelinier. (.r., 121. 

Krenimelberg, G. D., 39. 

Krudener, Baron, 121. 

Kruttschniitt, J., 40. 

L. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

La Brancbe, Alc6e, 102. 
Laconibe, A., 35. 
Laconr, A., 18. 
Laidb^y, C , 30. 
Lamar, MirabeauB., 60, 

69, 89. 
Lamb. Jobn, 58. 
La Kaintrio, n. R. de, 

86, 127. 
Laremuth, F. P., 33. 
Earned, Samuel, 65, 90. 
Larraz, Ramon de, 32. 
Lastra, Lewis N. de la, 

29. 
Laurens, Henrj-, 58. 
Laurens, John. 58. 
Lawrence, Abbott, 78. 
Lawrence. Albert G., 

70. 
Lawrence, Isaac, 25. 
Lawrence, John L., 101. 
Lawrence, L. L., 28. 
Lawrence, T. Bigelow, 

83. 
Lawrence, Wm. Beach, 

77. 
Lay, Charles H., 29. 
Lay, Geoige W , 101. 
Lazxaro, P. H., 34. 



Leake, S.E.,81. 
Lear, Tobias, 102. 
Leavenworth, E. W., 

126. 
Leaver, Fred'k E., 24. 
Lederei-, Baron, 36, 128. 
Ledvard. llenrv, 74. 
Lee,' Albert R.,' 22. 
Lee, Arthur, 52, 57. 
Lee, K. B., 16. 
Lee, William, 57. 
Leese, Robert H., 27. 
Legare, Hugh S., 54, 62. 
Leib, James R., 87. 
Leisbman, Jas. M., 21. 
Leniaitre, H.. 18. 
Lenmann. Bernard, 21. 
Lennox, X., 27. 
Leon, David, 29. 
Leon, Ger.sam, 18. 
Letcher, Robert P., 85. 
Lever, Edward A.. 28. 
Le Vert, Jules, 18. 
Levi, M., 34. 
Levison, D., 15. 
Levy, Judah S., 15. 
Levy, ilaurice, 22. 
Lewis, B. R., 16. 
Lewi.s, Chaa. H., 12, 93. 
Lewis, Chas. L., 22. 
Lewis, Henry, 19. 
Leyden, J. W., 22. 
Lidgerwood, William V. 

v., 64. 
Lieber. Francis, 127. 
Life, Thomas, .'>2. 
Lippitt, George W., 61. 
Litchfield. A. C, 21. 
Liveimore, Arthur, 23. 
Livingston, Edward, 54, 

74. 
Livingston, Jasper H., 

99. 
Livingston, P. E., 17. 
Livingston, Robert R., 

53, 73, 76. 
Livingston, Vanbrugh. 

71. 
Lluch, Alexander, 32. 
Logan, Cornelius A., 12, 

66. 
Long-, O.M., 17. 
Loomis. Levi, 8. 
Lopez, F. J., 30. 
Lord, E. C. 16. 
Lord, Samuel P., 23. 
Lorimer, E., 25. 
Loiing. H. Selden, 22. 
Lotb, Emile de, 18. 
Louis, Henry, 19. 
Low^ Fredk F., 12, 67, 

69. 
Lo wen stein, Rich'd, 33. 
Lnca, Xasralla, 34 
Lucas, Josiah M., 25. 
Lucca, Edward de, 27. 
Luce, P. X., 30. 
Lumbroso, Daniel, 15. 
Lundgre.n. >I. H., 33. 
Lyman, J. 11., 127. 
Lyons, William, 35. 

Foreign appointments. 

Labbe. A., 40. 
Lalonst, L. de, 40. 
Laidley, H., 42. 
Lammars, F., 39. 
Lanzas, J. il. de C. y, 

116. 
Laroclie, E., 115. 
Larrainzar, M., 117. 
Leal, F.J. P., 107. 
Le Baron, C. L., 42. 
Lederer, Baron C, 30, 37, 

106, 128. 
Lee, B. E., 124. 
Lee, W. L., 115. 



Lehr, E.. 42. 
Leland, C. E., 43. 
Leweuhaupt, Count C, 

123. 
Liccignano, G. A. D. di, 

124. 
Lichtervelde, Count G. 

lb", 37. 
Lieber, Francis, 127. 
Lima, D. A. de, 42. 
Lindberg, M., 43. 
Lisboa, G. J., 107. 
Lisboa, H. C. R., 37. 
Li.sboa, M. M., 108. 
Li.ston, R., 113. 
Livingst<m, S., 115. 
Lobo, J. de Souza, 38,120. 
Loeb, J.,40. 
Lommen, G. T., 43. 
Loosey, Charles F., 106. 
Loots, G., 41, 42 
Loricb, S., 123. 
Lovenskiold, A., 123. 
Lowden, G. L., 43. 
Lozano, T., 42. 
Luca, F. de, 41. 
Ludman, C J., S9. 
Ludvig, C. L., 42. 
Lumley, J. S., 114. 
Lynn, A. T.. 4^'. 
Lyons, Lord, 114. 

M. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Macallistcr, R.,21. 
Macgowan, P. S., 21. 
Macgregor, M. O., 22. 
Machado, Juan X., jr., 

127. 
Mackay, James, jr., 30. 
Mackie, Janu^s S., 127. 
MacLean, Edward P., 

20, 35. 
:\IacVeagh, Wayne, 104. 
Madison, .Tames, 54. 
Malmros, Oscar, 23. 
Mangum, W. P.,27. 
Mann, A. Dudley, 55, 81, 

84, 89, 102. 
Mann, J. B., 36. 
Mann, Wm. Grayson, 64. 
Mans, E. H., 20. ' 
Manton, B. D., 35. 
Marcv, William L., 55, 

126.' 
Marix, Henry, 7, 9. 
Marklneit, Leopold, 63. 
Marling, John L , 80. 
Marrin, George R.. 25. 
Marriott, James C, 91. 
Aiarrone, L., 27. 
Marsanick, G ,27. 
Marsb, George P., 12, 

rt2, 103. 
Marshall, Humphrey, 67. 
Marshall. Jobn, 54, 72. 
iMartin, J. L., .")6, 74, 101. 
^laitin, .Jolm, 31. 
Martin, John J., 91. 
Martin, P. D.,21. 
Mascarenhas, J. M., 30. 
Masi. Eniilio. 26. 
Mason. .I(dui, jr., 84. 
^lason, -John V., 74. 
Ma.ssey, Thomas E., 65. 
Mathe', J. C, 31. 
.Mathew.s, Felix A., 14. 
Matilo. George A., 36, 

128. 
Matteini, J.C.,26. 
Mattoon, Calvin S., 26. 
Matzer, Charles, 29. 
Maxcy. Viigil, ()2. 
Maxwell, J. dm S., 95. 
Mayer, Brantz, 84. 



McAfee, Robert B., 68. 
McBride, James, 81. 
McCai-tbv, Charles, 7, 9. 
McCaskie, xVllan. 23. 
^McClieane. Chas E. 24. 
MeClary, Ira D..21. 
ilcClung, Alex. K., 62. 
McCook, Edwaiil M., 81. 
McCrae, Thomas. 25. 
McUreery. T. C, 36. 
MeCurdv. Chas. J.. 61. 
McDonald, A. A., 21. 
McDonald, James R.. 19. 
ilcDougall, :M., 22. 
McGinntss, .1. ir., 102. 
ISIcOraw. Hug'h. 7,9. 
McGregor, Orville, 30. 
Mclntyre, D.,20. 
McKay, H. B., 33. 
McKeen. J. G.,23. 
McKeen. D., 24. 
McKellar. Peter A., 16. 
McLane, Louis, 54, 77, 78. 
McLane, R. M., 67, 86. 
McLean, E. P., 20, 35. 
McMahon. Martin T., 90. 
McMath.J.H., 87. 
McNeill, F, 21. 
McPhersin, D., jr., 22. 
Mead, Rufus, 29. 
Meade, Richard K., 64. 
iledarv, S.,65. 
Medinii, C, 127. 
Medina. R., 32. 
Melak, Azar A., 34. 
Mello, J. de C. C. e, 30. 
Mello, Tamborim, A. J. 

de, 37. 
Melville, Gan.sevoort, 78. 
Meredith, T., 20. 
Mesa, Peter A, 32. 
Meshaka, X., 34. 
Metheuy, D., 34. 
Mexia, J. Carlos, 36. 
Meyer, Jacob, ii'., 19. 
Meyhoffer, J , 18. 
Middletou, Arthur, ir., 

99, 
Middleton, Henry, 52, 

77, 95. 
Mifflin, Thomas. 53. 
Miller, Horace H., 63. 
Miller, William, 65. 
Mibina, M. T.. 28. 
Mitilndl, G.. 25. 
Mitchell, George X., 27. 
Mitchell, Julian A., 96. 
MobecU, S. C, 33. 
Molina, C, 32. 
Midin.aux, W., 31. 
ilolins, C.imilo, 32. 
Moll, Linus. 20. 
Moller, Paul, 19. 
Molloy, T. X.,25. 
:Monranto, A. M.,26. 
^Monroe, James, 54, 59, 

72, 73, 7(i, 98. 
Montanari, Joseph, 32. 
:Monti, L., 27. 
Mont joy, S. C, 30. 
Moodie! Peter A., 22. 
^iloore, P.enjarain, 21. 
Moore, Franci.s, 126. 
Moore, Frank, 75. 
Moore, George <)., 128. 
Moore, J. A., 17. 
Moore, Josepli G.. 33. 
Moore, Marshall (i., 17. 
Aloore, Thomasi P., 68. 
Moore, W. F., 17. 
Miuan, Benjamin, 12, 79. 
Morand, ('barles, 32. 
:\lorgan, George \V., 92. 
Morgan, Thonuis I., 64. 
.Mori(;e, H., 21. 
Moro, Vincent, 15. 
MoKing, .lohnC., 16. 
Morrell, Arthur, 17, 70. 



140 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



TTnited l^tatos appoint- 
ments. 

Moviill, A., 28. 
Morris, E. Joy, 103, 104. 
Morris. Goo. A. K., 26. 
Moni-^, (ioiiverneur, 72. 
Morris, ISI. 11., 33. 
INforrison. Tliouias. 7, 9. 
Morse. Lstuic E.. 08. 
Morton. Jainesi, 20. 
Morton, Oliver P., 36, 79. 
Motley, John Lotlirop. 

61, 79, 9."i. 
Mourad, Aly. 34. 
Mueller, Charles. 29. 
Muhlenbert;-, H. A., 66. 
Muller, Aloys, 31. 
Muiiiz, J., 32. 
Munro, C A., 93. 
Miirison, James, .ir., 21. 
Murphy, Heury U., 88. 
Murph'v, John, 30. 
Murphy, Wui.S., 65, 102. 
Murray, Jolm, 24. 
Murray, William \aiis, 

73, 87. 
Miisttafa, Ibeihim beD, 

15. 
Myer, Emile, 34. 
Myers, Henry Kay, 22. 
Myers, liConaril, 36. 

Foreign ajjpointments. 

Macdonald, Thomas, 125. 
Mace.do, S. T. de, 107. 
Maehado, Juan N., ]v., 

127. 
Machet, T., 40. 
Magalhaens, B. J. G. de, 

108. 
Majjalhaes, Colaco, 38. 
Masallon, J. IS!., 123. 
Magnus, A., 120. 
Maior, A.M. daC.,42. 
Mali, C, 39. 
Mali, H. G. T., 107. 
Mali, H. TV. T., 107. 
Maltitz, Baron F. de,121. 
Mansony, C. J., 43. 
Marcoleta, J. de, 118. 
Maresehal, Baron, 106. 
Mareuil, Barou de, 111. 
Mariseal, I., 38, 117. 
Marshall, W., 41. 
Martin, Camilo, 42. 
Martin, Carlo.s, 37, 110. 
Martin, J. de A , 42. 
Martinez, P. P.. 116. 
Martini, Adrieu, 117. 
Martuscelli, Ch. R. de 

124. 
Ma.son, C, 41. 
Masse, J. B. A., 39. 
Mas.sone, ("li. P., 124. 
Mata, J. M., 117. 
Mathey, C. E., 43, 
Matile, Geo. A.,3'i), 126. 
Maze], .A., 118. 
McTavi.sh, John, 126. 
Medina, A. B., 119. 
Medina, U., 127. 
Menou, Count de. 111. 
Mercier, II., 112. 
Moi-lc, (V Alos.) E., 42. 
MeroUa, E. de, 41. 
Merritt,L. M.,39. 
Merry, A., 113. 
Me.xia, J. Carlos, 127. 
Meyer. C, 40. 
Meyin', IT.. 43. 
Moyor, T. L.. 40. 
Mitre, (y Vedia,) B., 100. 
Moeser, H., 40. 
Molina, F., 110,114,121. 
Molina, L., 110, 115,118, 

127. 



Moller, C, 43. 
Mdller, C. F. J., 40. 
Montalto, Count dc, 122.j 
Monteabricr, Count de, 

40. 
Montholoii, Marquis de 

112. 
Montova, J. M., 116. 
MoutuYar, L., 121. 
Moore, Georg<>. O.. 128. 
Morales, M.M., 41. 
Morales, R., 40. 
:Moreira. F. J. deC, 107.) 
iloreno, F., 40. i 

Moreno, J. N., 41. 
Moreno, S. A., 43. 
Morhange, S,, 39. 
Mori, J. Ariuori, .37, 116. 
Moriev, J. P, 113. 
Mossi, Ch. L. de, 122. 
Moustier, Count de, 111, 
Moxhet, A.. 107. ' 
Miicke, G., 39. 
Mvinos, A. A., 43. 
Munos Y Castro, M.,125. 
Munos.'T. M., 39,40. 
Murguyondo, P.. 4:J. 
Murillo, M., 109. 
Murray, H. T., 41. 
Myers,' M., 39, 41. 

N. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Naa. Kru, 31. 

Nadal, E. S., 79. 

Nahmens, L. S., 18. 

Navoni, N., 103. 

Nazaiiau, Xazar, 34. 

Xeal, Heury S., 9.3. 

Near, John L., ix 

Nelson, Hugh. 99. 

NeLson, John, .'■)4, 104. 

Nelson, Samuel, 79. 

Nelson, Thos. A. R , 67. 

Nelson, Thos. U., 66, 87. 

Neve, John, 20. 
I Nicbolaides, John, 34. 
I Nichols, John R., 21. 

Nickerson, PlinvM., 29. 

Nielsou, C, 23. 1 

Niles, Nath'l, 60, 74, 97. i 

Noble, Henry, 26. 

Noonan, J. R., 23. i 

Nuel, Emanuel, 22. [ 

Nunes, J. J., 33. 
: Nunes, R., 22. 

Nunes, Ralph, 22. 

Nuuu, J., 23. 

Nutt, David, 2^. 

Nyeborg, J., li. 

Foreign appointments. 

Napier, Lord, 114. 

Navarro, J. N., 41. 

Nouville, G. H. de. 111. 

Nicholas, N., 41. 

Nicholl, John, 126. 

Niederstetter, Council- 
lor. 120. 

Noailles, Marquis de, 
112. 

Xoltiug, E. O., 39. 

Nordlu, G., de, 123. 

Northcote, Sir S. H., 114. 

O. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

O'Brien, Rich., 103. 
O'Bryon, James R., 7, 9. > 
O'Connor, Heury, 9,57. ! 
OtHey, David, 103. | 



Ogden, S., 23. 
O'Kill, n.,2i>. 
Olcott, Franklin, 18. 
Olgiati, Victor, 18. 
O'Xeil, C. F., 30. 
Oppenlu'inier, Edw'd,32. 
Orr, James L.. 96. 
Oith, G. S., 36. 
Oshorn, Thos. O., 11, 60. 
Osterhan.s, P. .r., 18. 
OSuUivau. J(dm L., 92. 
Otterbourg, Marcus, 87. 
Otto, 'VTilliam T., 36, 128. 
Owen. Edward. 29. 
Owen, Jacob M.. 25. 
Owen. Robert Dale, 104. 
Owen, W. H., 22. 

Foreign ap2X>inttnents. 

Obregon, P., 116. 
Odell, S. U.F..41, 11.5. 
O'Donuel, C. O., 39. 
Ogilvv, John, 120. 
OertiUfT, W. McK., 40. 
Offenberg, Barou d', 38, 

121. 
O'Hara, O., 41. 
Okub,), J. T., 116. 
Olsen, P. B., 110. 
Onis, L. de, 122. 
Orr, A. B., 40. 
Osma, J.J. de, 118, 119. 
0.sma, J. T. de, 118, 119. 
Ost'ju Sackeu,Barou,121. 
Otto Mr., 111. 
Oviedo. Juiiu, 127. 
Ovarzabal, (y Bucelli,) 

42. 



United States appoint- 
ments. 

Pace, Samuel D., 24. 
T'aH.e, William R., 35. 
Painchaud. J. B. F., 22. 
Palmer, Robert M., 60. 
Parker, Peter, 06, 67. 
Parrott, William S., 85. 
Partridge, F. W., 31. 
Partridge, James R., 11, 

64, 82,97, 106, 128. 
Pater, A. F.,2l. 
Payne, J. B , 23. 
Payne, Martin, 22. 
Payson, Charles, 6, 8, 9. 
Peabody, WilliaiuK., 15. 
Peacock, D. R.. 31. 
Peck, H. E., 81. 
Peck, L. R., 25. 
Peden, James A., 60. 
Peirce, Henry A., 12, 81. 
Feixotto, B. F., 34. 
Pellet, E. P.,17. 
Pendleton, .lohn S., 59, 

64, 65, 90, 104. 
Pennington, William S., 

75. 
Peratoner, A., 27. 
Peristianv. Theodoro,34. 
Perkins, Elias, 81. 
Pernis, Eugene, 26. 
Perrv, H(U-atio J., 100. 
Perry, Matthew C, 83. 
Perrv, Raymond H., 71. 
Peter, Wiiliaiu, 20. 
Pethick, William N., 17. 
Peyton, Bailie, 65. 
Phelan, J. F.,22. 
Phillips. Andrew C. 22. 
Phillips, William, (iS. 
Pli.euix. Richard, 16. 
Piatt, Doun, 74. 
Picciotto, S. de, 34. 
Pickens, Francis W., 96. 
Pickering, Timothy, 53. 



Pickett, J. C, an, 71, 91. 
Pieree, Josiah..jr., 96. 
Pierson. William M., 28. 
Pike, James S., 88. 
Pile, William A.. 12,106. 
Pinckuey, Charges, 98. 
Pinckuey, Charles C, 72. 
Pinckuey, Thomas,76,98. 
Piucknev, William, 126. 
Piueo, H. G., 24. 
Pinkney. Charles, 94. 
Piukney, William, 70,94, 

104. 
Pirrone, Letterio. 27. 
Plumb, Edward Lee, 86. 
Poclie. Frederic. 34. 
Poinsett, Joel R., 84, 89. 
Polk, John P., 6, 8. 
Polk, William H., 104. 
Poll, F., 2i). 
Pollard, Richard, 65. 
Pollina, C , 26. 
Pomeioy, George P., "5. 
Pomutz, George, 31. 
Pond, Frederick, 1.5. 
Poole, .James B., 29. 
Pooley. Rob8rtP.,24. 
Pope, Thomas I., 91. 
Porter, David. 103. 
Porter, Peter B., 126. 
Port man, A. L. C, 83. 
Post, P. Sidney, 14. 
Postel. Emile, 18. 
Potter, Frank W., 18. 
Power, James M., 104. 
Powers, Rodney H., 27. 
Preble, Williani P., 88. 
Prentis, Thomas T., 24. 
Preston, George, 23. 
Preston, Stephen, 38. 
Preston, William, 100. 
Prevost, G. M., 29. 
Prevost, L. V.. 72. 
Prindle, A.sa (.3., 20. 
Proffit, George H., 64. 
Pruyn, Era.stus C, 106. 
Pruyn, Robert H., 83. 
Purves, William, 24. 
Puyos, Heury, 28. 

Foreign appointments. 

Padua, Fleury L. A. de, 
108. 

Paez, .1. A., 125. 

Pagelson, C. T., 43. . 

Pageot, A., 111. 

Pageot, A. J. T.,111. 

Pahlen. Count T. de, 120. 

Pakenham, F. J., 37, 114. 

Pakenham, R., 113. 

Palacio, F. G., 117, 127. 

Palacio y Magarola, Lu- 
cas de, 126. 

Palm, S., 42. 

Palmer, Sir Rouudell, 128. 

Palomino, R., 42. 

Paradol, P., 112. 

Paredes, V. de D., 109. 

Parraga, F., 109. 

Parsley, O. G., 39. 

Peabody, C. A., 127. 

Pederson. P., 110. 

Pereira, J. B., 119. 

Perez, J. R., 118. 

Perez, S., 110. 

Perkins, W. M., 42. 

Peschau, E., 40. 

Pezuela, M. R.. 117. 

Philbrick, J. J., 40, 41, 43. 

Phinney. J. B., 116. 

Piazza, N., 41. 

Pichou, L. A., 111. 

Pie, C.,42. 

Piper, Count E., 123. • 

Podestad, Luis de, 36, 38, 
128. 

Poletica, Ch. P. de, 120. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



141 



Foreifjn appointments. 

Polo de BPiiiab6, Admi- 
ral, ye, ISS. 

Polo (If Beinabe, L., 39. 

Poiteviii, J. A. H., 40. 

Pombo, K.,109. 

Poutois, E., 111. 

Pou.ssin, \V. T. S., 112. 

Portiiuin, H., 41. 

Pnaut, H.,4-2, 

Prestim, S., 115. 

Pn-vost, Kcar- Admiral 
Jaujf .s, 1-Js. 

Piinciiie, (y Sartores) J. 
A., A± 

Piiusle, M. A..39. 

Pulido, L., 1-J5. 

Q. 

United StaleR appoint- 
tnent-s. 

Qiiarlcs, John F., 32. 
Queiiib, Mo.ses, 1."). 



Forew/n aiipointments. 

Quab('('k, Visionnt G. 

dc, 117. 
Qaintcro, J. A., 40. 
Qvist, P.M., 40. 

E. 

Vnitzd States appoint- 
ments. 

Kagnet, Condy, Ki. 
Kalli, Sti'idieii', 31. 
liauil, KlieiioziT. i'l. 
liaiidall, Alex. W., 101. 
Kaiidall. Be n.j.iiuiu. 25 
Kauilolph, Eilnuuid, 53. 
Kaiiilo.](li, -Tuliu, 95. 
Kai)h./1, .Jo.s. A., 32, 35. 
Kaw-sDii, F. (x; 24. 
Itead, .). Meredith, jr., 

12, pO. 
KediiiLitou, James, 24. 
Keduian, xVllVed, 14. 
Ec^ed, Dwi^ht T.,7, 8. 
Keed, William 15 , f>7. 
Reeves, (Jeorire F., 7, 9. 
Iteid, William, 22. 
Keinhardt. (). C.,33. 
Remseii, Hem y,.ji'., 5G. 
Reucber. Abraham, 92. 
Renoiif, T., 24. 
Reii.sbaw, F.. 33. 
Itexlord, B. F., 127. 
Rey, Charles, 29. 
Reyiiaiid, Alfred, 18. 
ReyuoUKs, Thos. (J., 99. 

Rh'aiid, K. G..28. 

IMiiiid, Charles, 103. 

Rhodes, .Mbert, .-^S. 

Riee, N. E., 12,83. 

Rice. William 'I'., 27. 

Rich, William, Hti. 

Rieliards, F. .S., -.^3. 

Rieliardson, K., •2\. 

Riley, William a.,.35. 

Riotte. Chas. X., 70, 89. 

Ritter, Herman, 32. 

Rives, Francis R., 78. 

Rives, William C.,74. 

Roberts, Edmund, C7, 83, 
87, 98. 

Robert. H, W., 24. 

Rid)erts()n. F. .\ . -^2. 

Robei-tson, (;.,-.i2. 

Robe.soii, .Joliu T., '2.3. 

Robinson, Cbrist'r, 91. 

Robinson, Edw., 19,30. 

Robinson, J. C, 311. 



Roea, Frederick, 33. 
Rnchestei', William B., 

(i.l, 90. ;, 

Rodnej-, Cicsar A., .")9. 
Rodriguez, y Gonzales 

J., 33. 
Roii-ers, H. G(dd, 97. 
Roiirmoser, Ernest, 17. , 
Root, Joseph P., GO. 
Rose, S. C, 10. 
Rosecran.s, Wm. S., 87. {\ 
Rouse, Henry B., 81. I 

Rousseau, Kieb'd H., 82. j 
Rowau, Joliii, 104, 126. " 
Kowlauds. Daniel, 23. 
Uowley, Thomas, 58. 
Rublee, Horace, 12, 102. 
Riiggles, Henry, 31. 
Ruiz, Heuritiue, 32. 
Rush, Beujamiu, 78. 
Rush, Kiciiaril, 73, 74. 77 
Kussell, J., 32. 
Riissel, Jonathan, 73, 70, 

77, 101. 
Ryan, M.R.,2l. 
Ryckmau, Garret W.,i)r). ' 

Foreign appointnmnts. \\ 

Ra.asloi^: W. R., 110. ' 

Racster, George, 115. 
Rada, Uomingo, 127. 
Radeniaher, J., 119, , 

Ratart, C, 42. i' 

Rangabe, A. R., 114. 
Rangab6,C. R.,114. 
Rath, J., 40. i 

Raiiers, J., 40. 
Raymond, C. H., 124. 
Uead. .lolin, jr., 125. 
Rehello, J. .j'.. 42. 
Kebello, J. S., 107. ! 

Reid, G. C, 49. 
Reis. M. G. dos, 107. 
Resch, N. H., 40. 
Riba.s, F., 125. 
Kibeiro, J. de A., 107. 
Kibou, J. J.. 40, 42. 
Rich, Henrv Pve. 125. 
Uiehards, AV., i 14. , 

Rilev, C.W, 42. 1 

Riley, J., 121. 
Ripon.Earl de Grey and, 

111. 
Itit.sebie, (;., 43. I 

liit.scbie, J., 43. ; 

Rivas, R., 109. 
Uivas v Salmon, F. H., 

132. " 
Kivero, N. M., 38. 
Iloberts, M. L., 123, 128. 
' l!ubi-rt.s(in, D., 39. 42. 

UcK belle, Count de, 111. 

Uodoeanaclii, J. M., 41. 

KoiIriL^uez, J. M., 108. 

Koesirig, J., 40. 
! llomero, M., 117. 

Kosa, M. G.da, 120. 

Uosa, L. de la. 117. 

Uosenheri;, H., 43. 

Ko.sspt, \V. L. de, 42. 

Until, Mr., 111. 

lionniain, E.. 1 15. 

Itowe, .1. S., 39. 

llunge, J., 43. 

Rilinpli", v., 114. 

S. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Saccuto, i;. de D., 1.5. 
Saiti), r..,27. 
Salathe, II., 33. 
Salt", A., 30. 
Sanchez, Joa(iuin, .32. 
Sanford, Henry S.,62, 74 



Sanne, L.,26. 1 

Sargent, Charle.s, 23. i 

Sargent, .lolin, 89. | 

Saridaebi, G., 34. j 

Sartnri, xVugust, 19. ■ 

Sartori, E. A., 30. 
Sauii.lers, R. M.,99. I 

Saunder.s, S. P., 23. 
Saunders, U., 23. 
Savoy, Edward A., 8. 
Sawyer, Frederick A., 

100. 
Sawyer. H.. 29. 
Sawyer, li. G., 23. 
Selienek, Robert C, 12, 

59, (i4, 79, 104. 
Schinitt, Kmilio G., 33. 
Sclimitz, C, 28. 
Schoeller, G., 14. 
Scliutield, W. A.,24. 
Scbroeder, Francis, 101. 
Sclmehardt, AS'., 28. 
Sehiieking, P. L., 7, 8. 
Scliumacher, J., 34. 
Scbuiz, Carl, 36, 100. 
Scliutz, Fred., 29. 
Schuyler, Eugene, 12, 96. 
Sell warzmanu, C, 19. 
Scott, Chas. W., 25. 
Seiitt, Peter W., 14. 
Scott, Walter, 8. 
Serugg.s Wm. E., 12, 69. 
Sears, W. H., 23. 
Seaton, Gales, 76. 
Seawell, Henry, 126. 
Seibels, J. J.,62. 
Sellier, L, 18. 
Semple, James, 08. 
Serres, William G., 18. 
S;'ttle, Thiimas, 91. 
Severance, Luther, 81. 
Seviei-, Ambrose H., 85. 
Seward, F'rederick "W., 

.55, 71. 
Seward, Geo. Y , 10, 69. 
Seward, William H., 55. j 
Sewell, Stephen, 120. 
Seymour, Thomas H., 96. 
SeVs, John, 84. 
Sh'aldei.s, R. J., 15. 
Slialer, AVilliam, 59. 
Shannon, James, (i5. 
Shannon, Richard Cutts, 
11,04. 
J Shannon, Wilson, 8.5. 
Shaw, Albert 1).,2.5. 
Sheldon, Daniel, 73. 
Sludlabarger, Sam'l, 93. 
Shelley, ./. C, 28. 
Shepard, Charles O., 83. 
Sheiipard, Eli T., 17. 
Shew, .John, 21. 
Shudds, 15enj. G., ro5. 
Short, John, 22. 
Short, Wm., 72, 87, 98. 
Shinlt, Wm. H.,21. 
Sickles, 1). E., 09, 78. 100. 
.Siler, dames W., 17. 
Silva, A. A., 30. 
I Silva, F. A., .30. 
Silva, H. J., 30. 
,1 Simmons, E. B., 17. 
! Sininis, AVilliam, 20. 
I Simon, A. M., 19. 
Sini.H, Clill'ord S.,24. 
Sisco, I'ierre, 23. 
Sisson. Isaac, 28. 
Sitgreaves, S., 12.5. 
Skeels. Hiram, 2.5. 
Skilton,. Julius A., 28. 
Skjoldebiand, I'. E., .59. 
Slid. -11, ,J(ihn, 09, 80, 82, 

.-.'), .-^K, 97. 
Siiiall wood, J(isi'])li, 8. 
Siiiitli, I'.erthold, 31. 
j Smith, r.uekiiigliam, 85, 
1011. 
Smith, Dalazon, 71. 



Smith, E.Peshinc, 57. 
Smith, .Jasper, :i0. 
Siiiilh, -J. A.,58, 73, 77, 99. 
Stnitli, John Cotton, 03. 
Smith, John Soniers, 71. 
Smith, John Spear, 76. 
Smith, .T«\ni Speed, 90. 
Smith, J. W., 23. 
Smith, Morgan L., 81. 
Smith, Robert. 54. 
SiiiiCli,T. (j.,31. 
Smith, Thon.asP., 18. 
Smith. William, 92, 103. 
Smith, Wm. Steuben, 94. 
Smilhers, E. .1., 35. 
Sobrinho, J. J. T , 15. 
Sole, G. Ed., .30. 
Scdomons, M., 23. 
Somerville, Wm. C, 101. 
Sommerville, A., 23. 
Soule, Piei re, 100. 
SiKilding, Z. S., 81. 
Sparrow, J., 31. 
Spence, Carroll, 90, 103. 
Spencer, G. E., 30. 
Spencer, (). M.,26. 
Spencer, Thmnas, 20. 
Spizzichiuo, F. N., 15. 
Sjirague, De Witt C, 26. 
.Sprague, H., 32. 
Spragiie, H. J., 22. 
Springer, .Jo.s. A., 32, 35. 
Si-iuier, E. G., 81), 97, 127. 
Stamatiades, D., 34. 
Stanton, Edgar, 21. 
Stanton, Stephen K., 74. 
Starace, Michele, 27. 
Starkweather, D. A., 66. 
St. Clair, F. O., 7, 8. 
Steele, Isaac X., 105. 
Stella, X., 27. 
Stephen, John L., 65. 
Stephens, George, 25. 
Stern, Adolph, 34. 
SterdiOergh, Edward, 19. 

Steuart, Jidm H., 20. 

Stevens, B. F , 30. 

Stevens, D. AV., 12,83. 

Stevents, John L., 90, 105. 

Stevens, N. C, 10. 

Stevens, Williain J., 23. 

Stevenson, And., 78, 79. 

Stewart, James, 23. 

Stewart, Wm. B., 25. 

Stiokney, William, 91. 

Stiles, Wm. 11.01. 

Stilwell, Thomas X., 105. 

Stockton, J. r.,3li, 101. 

Stone, Miles K., 21. 

Stone, Waiien C, 6, 8. 

Stribbling, ('om.C.K.,67. 

Strohl, Au'.;ast,33. 

Struve, F. G. L., 24. 

Stryker, Josejih W., 15. 

Studer, A<lolidius G., 24. 

Stnrup. William, 105. 

St live, William. 30. 

Sullivan, James, 125. 

Sullivan, Peter J., 09. 

Sninter, Tlios., Jr., 73, 92. 

Suri'r, G., 3.5. 

Sutter, John A., jr., 27. 

Sw 'ft; John, 2.5. 

Foreign appointments. 

Sahoria, J, 38. 
Sacken, Baron, 121. 
Sahlgaard, H , 42. 
Salazar, J. .M., 109. 
Silgar, E., 11)9, 127. 
Salgar, M., 40. 
Samaniego, M.. 41. 
Samson, .Julius, 108. 
Sarniieiitii, 1>. 1''., 100. 
Satorres, J. .V. I'riiieipo 

.V, 42. 
Sartiges, (Jount de, 112. 



142 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Foreign appointments. 

Sannnanu, G. E., 39. 
Siivauoi', P., 42. 
Sayers, E. S., 39, 40, 42. 
Schiettiiii, H. M., 38, 116. 
Scliiikott; v., 121. 
Sclilesiimer, S. B., 40. 
Schlozer, K. von, 37, 112. 
Schmidt.J. W., 120. 
Si-hoi'iijahii, A. M., 39. 
Sclir.Kl'rr, J. F., 42. 
Schiickinji, A., 42. 
Scluiltzc, U., 42. 
Scliu.ste, P., 39. 
Schwartz, C. T. F., 40. 
Schwartz, T., 39. 
Schwartzkopf, C, 42. 
Schjpis, Count Frmleric, 

128. 
Segur, H.,121. 
Seiuecke, A., 40. 
Senia, if. do la, 122. 
Sernirier, HI. 
Senuys. C, 107. 
Sevcrauce, H. W., 41. 
Sewell, Stephen, 12(i. 
Shippeu, E , 39, 40. 
Siblicrn, G., 123. 
SiiiiiaitiO, G. A., 41. 
SiivA, A. J. (la, 42. 
Silva, I. rte A. B. da, 108. 
Smith,.!. M., 115. 
Smith, WilliaiuM.,125. 
Smith, Wni. T., 41. 
Sodrc, L. P., 107. 
Solbers, J. A., 42. 
Sotto ilaior A. da C, 120. 
Soulc, C, ir., 43. 
Spencer, H. B., 107. 
Spring, A., 39, 43. 
Sqnier, E. G., 41. 
Stackelberg, Baron B. E. 

G., 123. 
Stackpnl(3, D. D., 39. 
Staemptii, Jacques, 128. 
Staub, P., 43. 
Steenshnul, H., 42. 
Steiiersen, Oluf, 39, 123. 
Stewart. 0. M., 39. 
Stewart, T. J., 42. 
Stoeckl, E. de, 121. 
Stoke.s, F. A., 43. 
Storer, W. B., 42. 
St\iart, W., 114. 
Stuart, W. H., 41. 
Stumru, P., 37, 112. 
Subirat, F. F., 42. 
SuuChia-ku, 109. 
Swabev, Manriee, 12G. 
Symons, H. K., 43. 



United States appoint- 
ments. 

Talbot,J. R., 2.-). 
Talmage, David M.. 127. 
Tansen, W. H. C., 29. 
Tayler, 11. W., 30. 
Tayloe, Edward T., 68. ■ 
Tayhir, .Vlphonso, 21. 
Taylor, Bayard, 90. 
Taylor, George, jr., 50. 
Taylor, (Jeoi<;e W.. 24. 
Tayhir, James W.,25. 
Tavh)r, Thunias, 36. 
Taylor, W. G., 18. 
Teel, C. F., 26. 
Ten Eyck, Anthony, 81. 
Tennelv, J., 21. 
Thayer. Alex. W.. 14. 
Thionville, H., 18. 
Thirion, Chas. F., 19, 3.x 
Thonia.s, Francis, 12, 91. 
Thonia.s, John A., .55, 126. 
Thomas, Henry L., 6, 9. 



Thompson, .'Vlmou A.,22 
Thompson, Geo. A., 20. 
Thompson, \yaddy, 85. 
Thomson, William, 24. 
Thorinjiton, .Jack, 17. 
Thorinuton, James, 17. 
Thornton, .Sir E., 36, 128, 
Thornton, James B., 90. 
Throop, Enos T., 104. 
Tieknor, H. M., 27. 
Tirtauv, Frank R., 17. 
Titi, Theo., 26. 
Tittmann, HaroIdH.,18, 

35. 
Tod, David, 64. 
Todd, Charles S., 68. 95. 
Tomassini, A. P., 26. 
Tomkiusou, T. H., 25. 
ToiJiam, J. T., 33. 
Torbert, A.T. A., 19, 97. 
Torrey, Franklin, 2a. 
Townsend, VVm. H., 21. 
Tracy, Thomas J., 24. 
Trager, Louis, 18. 
Travis, Charles M., 15. 
Trescot, Wm. H., 55. 78. 
Trimble, Henry W.. 26. 
Trist, I>[icholas P., 56, 85. 
Trousdale, William, 64. 
Trowbridge, Charh's, 29. 
Trowbridge, S. T., 29. 
True, .James M., 22. 
Trumbull, John, 126. 
Tuckerman, Chas. K., 811. 
Tudor, William, 63. 
Turner, D., 2-!. 
Turner, Daniel, 27. 
Turner, J. Miltou, 12, 27, 

84. 
Turpiu, Edward A., 105. 

Foreign appiointnients. 

Taafife, G. O. H., 40, 42. 
Tacon, F.. 122. 
Tacon, M.. 122. 
Takaki, S., 41, 116. 
Taliacarne, Marquis de, 

132. 
Tamariz, Francisco E., 

127. 
Tandy, D., 41. 
Tassiira, G. G., 123. 
Tate, A., 115. 
Tavara, Santiago, 127. 
Tejeda, Jo.se S., 127. 
Ten Gate, J. W., 117. 
Tenterdeu,Lord,114,128. 
Ternant, Count, 111. 
Testa, Chev. F. M. W., 

117. 
Theisen, G., 40. ~ 
Thornton, Edward, 113. 
Thornton, Sir Edward, 

.36,37,114, 127, 128. 
Tirado, J. M., 118, 119. 
Tomita, T.,41. 
Tornel,J. M., 116. 
Torrens, J. A., 116. 
Torres, M., 109. 
Tracy, J. C, 42. 119. | 
Treallwell, R. O., 42. 
Treilhard, Viscount, 112. 
Trench, P. H. leP.,37. 
Trevino, C. M., 41. 
Trumbull, John, 126. 
Truy, A. P., 40. 
Tucker, J. F., 42. 
Tnrreau, General, 111. 
Tuyll, Baron de, 120. 

U. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

ririeli,J., 28. 
Upham, X. G., 126. 



Upshur. Abel P.. 54. 
U.>ton, Chas. H., 33, 102, 
Upton, George F., 15. 
Usher, G.R., 29. 
Uttenhoven, H. von, 20. 

Foreign v.ppoijitnients. 

Upham, N. G., 126. 
Uriarte, H. de, 42. 
Uslier, George F., 115. 



United States appoint- 
incnts. 

Vail, A.aron, 56, 78, 99. 
Vail, Milton S., 20. 
Vail, S. M., 20. 
Valeuzuela, Teod're, 127. 
Vails, John F., 28. 
Van Aleu, John T., 71. 
Van Buren^ Martin, 54, 

77, 126. 
Van Dve-k.E. A., 34,35. 
Van Gils, A., 29. 
Van Xess, Cornelius P., 

99. 126. 
Van Romondt, D. C, 29. 
Van Valkenburg, K. B., 

83. 
Van Vliet, Klass C. 29. 
Vasconcellos, L. S. de, 30. 
Vasconcellos, L. S. de, 15. 
Vaughn, Edwin, 21. 
Veu.able, Wm. E., 64, 80. 
Veudroux, J. P., 19. 
Vera Cruz, J. J., 30. 
Verges, E. M., 32. 
Vesey, William H., 18. 
Viale, N., 18. 
Vianna, J. A. do M.,30. 
Vidal, Michel, 15, 127. 
Villanueva, H., 32. 
Vinke, A., 29. 
Vittery, E., 24. 
Vizech, F., 14. 
Vlasto, John, 26. 
Volch, F., 20. 
Vroom, Peter D., 62, 93. 
Vroontan, Daniel, 16. 

Foreign appointments. 

Valentin, A. D., 43. 
Valenzuela, Teod're, 127. 
Valerie, I., 122. 
ValLs, A. F., 43. 
Van Berkel, F. P.,117. 
Van Berkel, P. J., 117. 
Van Bokkelen, C. A., 41. 
Van Bruy.ssel, E., 39. 
Van Buren, Martin, 126. 
VanderEspt, C. T.,39. 
Van Limburg, T. M. R., 

118. 
Van Polanen, R. G.,117. 
Van Waurov, J. J., 41. 
Van Zandt, I., 124. 
Vargas, P. de, 39. 
Vaughn, C. R., 113. 
Vega,J.M.G. dela, 117. 
Vela, J. M., 114, 121. 
Velez, A., 109. 
Vertu, J. C, 124. 
Viar, J. I. de, 122. 
Vijil, A., 118. 
Villaftine, Jose G., 127. 
Villamil, Jose, 110. 
Villeua, E.,.38, 119. 
Vindqvist, N. N., 43. 
Viti, A., 41. 
Vives, F. D., 122. 
Voche, C.,41. 
Voight, N. de, 38. 



Von Grabow, Baron G., 

120. 
Von Rtenue, Baron, 112, 

120, 126. 

W. 

United States appoint- 
ments. 

Wade, Benj. P., 71. 
Wads\vorth, William H., 

36, 127. 
Wagner. C, 18. 
Wagner, Jacob, 56. 
Wag(mer, Heniy O., jr., 

Hi; 35. 
Wait, Lucien A., 26. 
Waite, Morrison R., 128. 
AA'alker, Robert J.. 67. 
Wallace, Thomas P., 17. 
Wallis, William. 32. 
AValsh, Charles S., 99. 
Walsh, Robert M., 64, 

69, 71, 75, 85. 
Wambersie, A. A., 29. 
Wanslebeu, F., 19. 
AVard, John E., 67. 
AVard, M. L., 36. 
Ward, Samuel, 90,127. 
Ward, W. Wallace, 67. 
Ward, William, 23. 
Warner, D. B., 24. 
Warren, Fitz Henry, 80. 
Warren, John Ellas, 69, 

80, ^2, 89, 97. 
Washburn, Chas. A., 90. 
Washburne, Eliliu B., 

12, 55, 75. 
Washburne. Gratiot, 12, 

75. 
Washington, George L., 

32. 
AVatterson. H. M., 59. 
AVatts, Beaufort T., 68, 

95. 
Watts, Henry M., 61. 
AVatts, Henry S., 61. 
Weaver, James Riley, 

15. 
Webb, Francis R.,29. 
Webb, James AVatson, 

61,64. 
Webster, C. B., 24. 
Webster, Daniel, 54. 
AVebster,Dau'l Fletcher, 

56, 66. 
AA^ebster, George, 22. 
Webster, Prentiss, 19. 
AVebster, AS'illiamP., 19. 
Weile. Charles, 18. 
Weiner, E., 26. 
AVeller, Joliu B., 86 
AVells, nez(ikiali G., 82. 
AVentwoith. Paul, 52. 
AVerth, E., 26. 
West, Emanuel J., 90. 
AVesterdt, J. D.,19. 
AVheaton, Henry, 62, 70, 

81, 82, e", 93, 98, 106. 
Wheeler, John H.. 89. 
AVhidden, Benjamin P., 

81. 
White, Andrew D., 71. 
AVhite, Julius, 60. 
AVhite, N. W., 22. 
White, Philo, 71. 
AVhltman, C. W., 23. 
AVliitman, Joseph E., 21. 
AA^hitney, Louis P.. 7. 
Whitney, William, 22 
Wickliffe, Robert, jr., 97. 
Wikstriini, Gabriel, 33. 
Wilbor, J. B., 75. 
AA^ilkins, A., 31. 
Wilkins, AVilliam, 9.5. 
Willard, Alexander, 28. 
Willard, C. W., 36. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



143 



United States appoint- 


Winston, Edwarcl, 125. 


Ward, Samuel, 127. 


Yeaman, George H., 71. 


ments. 


. Wohlfortli, Georire, 8. 


Warrack, J., 41. 


Young, A. N., 33. 




Wolf. Jolin A., 28. 


Warren, H. W.. 39. 


Young, S. P., 31. 


"Williams, A. S., 97. 


' Woltf, A. L., 19. 


Weisseubaeh, X , 43. 


Young, William H., 19. 


Willirtius, U. G., 36. 


Wolff, Jann^.s II., 24. 


Well?, W. v., 41. 


Younger, C, 32. 


Williams, Gcoitie H., "9. 


Wooil, Arthur 15., 6, 9. 


Westenberg, B. do, 38, 




Williams, James, 103. 


Wood, Bradford K., 71. 


i 118. 


Foreign appointments. 


■VTillianis. James H., 25. 


Wood, ChailcsM., 27, 35. 


Westergaard, L., 39, 41, 




"Williams. Jobii, C5. 


j Wood. Thomas B., 14. 


42. 


Yamasrutsi, J. M., 116. 


AViUiains, Kichavd, 126. 


' Woodhull. Maxwell, 79. 


Wetterstedt, Baron, 123. 


Yano, Giro, 38, 116. 


Williams. Samuel. 12C. 


" Woodley, T., 26. 


Wharton, W. H., 124. 


Yanv, IT. K.. 43. 


WilliaiiLs, S. Wells, 12, 


Woodside, Jonathan F., 


Wieaerhold, Baron A.E. 


Yermoloff, T de, 37. 


«H. 


70. 


de, 120. 


Yrisarri, A. J. de, 114, 


WilliarasoD, D. J., 29. 


Woolev, K. W., 100. 


Wilder, J. J.. 39. 


118, 121. 


Williainsoii, George, 12, 


Worthinuton, II. G., GO, 


Wilder.J. n.,42. 




70, SO, .-2, ,<9, 97. 


105. 


Wilderlierger,P. J.,43. 


Z. 


Williamson, James, 8. 


Wright, Edward H., 96v 


Williams, Eichanl, 12C. 




Williamson, John G. A., 


Wright. John C, 94. 


Willius. F., 40. 


United States appoint- 


10.-). 


Wright, Joseph A., 93, 


AViuspeare, Baron, 124. 


ments. 


Williiigton, W. H., 16. 


■^4. 


Winston, Edward, 125. 




Wills, Charles, 25. 


1 Wright,.Kobert Clinton, 


Witte, C. 0., 40, 42. 


Zeisz, Augusto, 32. 


Wilson. Charles L , 79. 


64.' 


Wolff, J., 42. 


Zeyk, A. J. de, 19, 3.5. 


Wilson, James, 105. 


Wright, Tliomaa, 23. 


Woodridge, H. H., 42. 


Zoilikofer, A., 26. 


A\'ilsoii, James M., 20. 


Wright, William D. C. 


Wunderlioh,C.E.,40,4l. 




Wilson. .John, 15. 


63. 


AVydenbriich, Count, 106, 


Foreign appointments. 


Wilson, .rohn M., 19. 


Wright, William T., 16. 






AVilson. Thomas F., 28. 


Wuu AVai Ng, 16 


Y. 


Zabielo, Count de, 121. 


AVil.sou. William E., 28. 


Wurts, George W., 12, 




1 Zamacona, M. M. de. 36. 


Wins, E. Eumsev, 12, 


83. 


United States appoint- 


127. 


72." 




\ meats. 


Zandcraon, T. H., 40. 


Winpate, J. C. A., 16. 


Foreign appaintments. 




Zannini, Count. 38, 116. 


Winser. H. J., 20. 




Yancey, Benjamin C, 60. 


Zegarra, C. C, 119. 


Wise. Henry A., 64. 


Wagner, B., 42. 


Yanni,' A., 34. 


Zimmermann, J. E., 41. 


Wise, 0. Jenuiu'is, 74, 


Walker, H. P., 40. 


Yanni, George, 34. 


Zozaya, J. M. de, 116. 


93. 


Wain, S. il., 40. 


Yates, Mattiiew T., 16. 


Zugasti, P. O. de, 38. 



XXVIII.-IXBEX OF PLACES. 



A. 


Basse Terre, Guadaloupe, 


Caipha, Syria, (Turkish.) 34. 




(French,) 18. 


Cairo, Epyiit, (Turkish.) 34,35. 


Abertleeii, Sc<itlaii(l, (Britisli,) 22. 


Bassein, India, (British.) 21. 


■ Calais, France, 19. 


Acn >h1co, Mexico, 27. 


Batavia, Java, (Netherlands,) 29. 


Calcutta, Bengal, (British,) 21. 


Arte aide. Australia, (British, )23. 


Batavian Republic, 62. 


Caldera, Chili, 16. 


Adra, Spain, :{2. 


Bath, Me.. 40. 


California, 41. 


AfTuadilla, Porto Kico, (Spanish,) 


Bat hurst. West Coast of Africa, 


Callao, Peru, 29. 


:<2. 


(Briti.sh,) 20. 


Camargo, Mexico, 28. 


Agiias Calieiitea, Mexico, 28. 


Baton Rouge, La., 40 


Canca, Island ofCrete, (Turkish,) 


Aintal), Syria, (Tin-kish,) 34. 


Bavaria,fi2, 130, 131,132. 


34. 


Aixla-Cliapellc, rrussia, (Ger- 


Bav of Islands, New Zealand, 


Canton, China, 16. 


man,') lit. 


(British,) 20. 


Cape Canso, Nova Scotia, (Brit 


Akval), Beniial, (British.) 21. 


Bayonne, (French,) 18. 


ish,) 23. 


Albany, Au.stialia, (Britisli,) 23. 


Beirut, Syria, (Turkish,) 31,35. 


Cape Haytien. Hayti, 26. 


Aleppo, Svjia, ('I'lirlvi.sli.) :i4. 


Belein, P'oitugnl, 30. 


Cape St. Lucas, Mexico, 29. 


Alexandretta, Syria, (Turkish,) 


Belfa.st, Ireland, (Biiti.sh,) 20. 


; Ca))e Town, Cape of Good Hope, 


34. 


Belgium, 11, 15. .37, 39, 62, 107, 131, 


i (British,) 21. 


Alexandria. Va., 41. 


132, 133. 


Caracas, Venezuela, 12, 127. 


Algeciras, (Spanisli.) 32. 


Belize, Hondura.s, (British.) 20. 


Cardenas, Cuba, (Spanish,) 32. 


Algiers, Africa, (Fiem;h,)18, 58,50 


Belleville, Canada, (British,) 22. 


Cardia; AA^iles, (Br ti.sh,) 21. 


129. 


Benicarlo, Spain, 33. 


Carlisle, Englaml, 23. 


Alicante, Spain, 31. 


Benisouef, E^^ypt, 34. 


! Carlsruhe, Baden, (German,) 19. 


Aluieria, S])ain, 32. 


Bergen, Norway, 33. 


Carrara, Italy, 26. 


Ainapala. llondura.s, 26. 


Berlin, Prussia, (German.) 12, 19. 


Cartagena, Spain, 32. 


Amherstburg, Canachi, (British,) 


Bermuda, West Indies, (British,) 


Cartagena, United States of Co- 


25. 


22. 


j lombia, 17. 


Amoor River, Asia, (Nicolaelski,) 


Berne, Switzerland, 12. 


j Casa-Blanca, Morocco, (Barbarv 


Russia. 30. 


Bilbao, (Spanish,) 31. 


\ States,) 14. 


Anioy, Cliina, 16. 


Birmingham, Great Britain, 20. 


1 Cascumpec, Prince E d w a r d 


Anisferdaiu, Netherlands, 29. 


Bizerta, Africa, (Barbarv States,) 


Island, (British,) 21. 


Ancona, Italy, 26. 


15. 


Castelamare, Italy, 27. 


Aniiai»)lis, i\ova Scotia, (Brit- 


Black River, Jamaica, (British,) 


Catania, Sicily, (Italian,) 27. 


ish,) 2.'). 


22 


(Jeara, Brazil, 15. 


Antigua, West Indies, (British,) 


Bogota, United States of Co- 


; Cebu, Philippine Isles, (Spanish,) 


20. 


lombia, 12, 17. 


3-2. 


Antwerp, Belgium, l.i. 


Bolivia, 11, 15, 39, 63, 128, 130, 132, 


1 Central America, 12, 65, 108, 129. 


Apia, Navigator's Islands, li). 


133. 


' Cei)halonia, Greece, 26. 


Aquin, Ilayti, 20. 


Bombay, Bengal, (British,) 21. 


Cesimbra, Portugal, 30. 


Archangel', Uus.sia, 30. 


Bonaire, West Indies, (Nether- 


Cette, France. 18. 


Arecil)o, Porto Kieo, (Spanish, )32. 


lands,) 29. 


Ceylon, India, (British,) 21. 


Argentine Republic, U, 14, 37, 39, 


Bordeaux, France, 18. 


Champerico, Guatemala. 26. 


59, 106, 131. 


Borneo, 62, 131. 


Charleston. S. C, 39, 40. 41, 42, 43. 


Arichat, Cape Breton, (British.) 


Boston, Mass., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 


Chailottetown, Prince Edward 


23. 


Boulogne, France, 18. 


; Island, (British.) 21. 


Ascuncion, Paraguay, i-9. 


Bradford. England, 21. 


! Chatham, Ontario, (British,) 25. 


Aspinwall, United States of Co- 


Brava, Cape Vei'de Islands, 


Chee-Foo, China, 17. 


lonibia, 17. 


(Portuguese,) 30. 


Cliemnitz, Saxony, (German,) 19. 


Athens, titeece, 12. 


Brazil, 11, 15, 37, 39, 63, 107, 125, 


Clu^rbonrg, France, 18. 


Atlanta, Ga.,39. 


128,131. 


Chicago, ill., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 


Auckland, Bav of Lslands. (Brit- 


Bremen, Germany, 19, 131. 


Chihuahua, Mexico, 28. 


ish.) 20. 


Brest, France, 18. 


Chili, 12, 16, 37, 40, 65, 108, 127, 128, 


Austin, 'i'ex., 42. 


Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, (Brit- 


130,132,13.!. 


Austria, 60, llUi, 130, 131, 132. 


ish,) 22. 


Chiuibote, Peru. 3'). 


Austria-Huiigarv, U, 14, 37, 39, 


Brindisi, Italy, 26. 


China, 12, 16, liO, 109, 125, 130, 132, 


60, 106, 13.3. 


Brisbane. New South Wales, 


133. 


Aux Caye.s, Hayti, 26. 


(British,) 25. 


Chin-Kiang. China, 10. 


Azua, San I)oiniiigo, 31. 


Bristol, England, 21. 


Cluttagong. India, (Briti.sh,) 21. 




Brixhani. England. 24. 


Christ Chiucli, England. 20. 


B. 


Brockville, Ontario, (British,) 24. 


Christiania, NoI•w,^y, 33. 




Brownsville, Tex., 41. 


Cliristiausand, Norway, 33. 


Baden, 132. 


BrVum, Austria, 14. 


(Jhristianstad, Sweden, 3.3. 


Bahia, Bra/.il, 1.''). 


Brunswick, Pru.ssia, (German,) 


t.'ienfnegos Cuba, (Spani.sh,) 33. 


BallvnuMia. I7<'land. (Biiti.sli,) 20. 


19. 


Ciuciimati, Ohio, .39, 40, 41, 43. 


E.alti:iiore. .Md,, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 


Brunswick. 108, 131. 


Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, 35. 


Bamberg, BNvaria, (German,) 20. 


Briniswick, Ga., 39, 41. 


Civita Vecchia, Italy, 27. 


Bangkok, Siam, :U. 


Brussels, Belgium, 11, 15. 


Clareuceville, Qaeb'ec, (British.) 


Bangor, Me., 39, 41, 42. 


Bucharest, Turkey, 34. 


1 25. 


Baracoa, ("uba, (Spanish,) 33. 


Buenaventura, United States of 


Cliftoii, Ontario, (British,) 21. 


Barbados, West Indies, (British,) 


Colombia, 17. 


Coatieook. (^)nebec, (British,) 21. 


20. 


Bni-nos Avres, Argentine Rg- 


Coliija, Bolivia, 15. 


Barbary States, 14. 


jmblic. 11, 14. 


Cohourg, t)ntario, (British,) 25. 


Barcelona, Spain, 31. 


Bnffiilo, N. Y., 41. 


(Jocliin China, 67. 


Barcelona, Venezuela, 35. 




Cockburn Harbor, Turk's Island, 


Barmen, Prussia, (German,) 19. 


C. 


(British,) 2.5. 


Barriiigton, Nova Scotia, (Brit- 




Coconada, India, (British,) 21. 


ish,) 22. 


Cadiz, Spain, 31, 32. 


! Cognac. France, 18. 


Basle, Switzerland, 33. 


Cagliari, Italy, 20. 


1 Cologne, Prussia, (German,) 19. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



145 



Colombia, United States of, 12, 17. 
37, 40, 08, 109, 1'27, 1-29, 132. 

Colonia, Fruiaia.v, 35. 

Cou.staiitinople. Turkey, 12, 34. 

Copeubagen, Deiniiark, 12, 17. 

Coqnimbi), Chili, 1(5. 

Coicubion, Spain, 32. 

Cordoba, Argeutine Republic,14. 

Corea, 69. 

Corfu, Ionian Isles, (Grecian,) 26. 

Cork, Indand, (Britisb,) 21. ; 

Cornwall. Ontaiio, (Britisb,) 24. 

Coruwalli.s, Xova Scotia, (Brit- 
isb.) 25. 

Coruuua, Spain, 32. 

Co.sta Kica, 12, 17, 40, 69, 110, 127, 
131, 132. 

Cow Bay, Xova Scotia, (Britisb,) 
24. 

Cowes, England, 24. 

Crefeld. Prussia. (German,) 19. 

Cronstadt. Ru.ssia, 31. 

Curacoa, West Indies, (Xetber- 
laucls,) 29. 

Cuxbaven, (German,) 20. 

Cyprus, Turkey, 34. 

D. 

Damascus, Syria, (Turkisb,) 34. 

Damietta. Egypt, (Turkisb,) 35. 

Dantzic, Prussia, (German,) 20. 

Dardanelles, Turkey, 34. 

Darien, Ga.. 41, 43. ' 

Dartmouth, England, 24. 

Deal, England, 23. 

Decorab, Iowa, 43. 

Demerara, Britisb Guiana, (Brit- 
ish,) 21. 

Denia, Spain, 32. 

Denmark, 12, 17, 37, 40, 58, 70, 110, 
125, 129, 130, 132, 133. 

Dieppe, Prance, 18. 

DigVu", Xova Scotia, (British,) 25. 

Doiniuican Kepublie, 31, 42, 71, 
132. 

Dover. England, 23. 

Dresden, Saxony, (German,) 19. 

Drontheim, Xorway, 33. 

Duart. Canada. (British,) 25. 

Dublin, Ireland. (British,) 21. 

Dundee. Scotland, (British,) 22. 

Dunedin, Xew Zealand, (Brit- 
ish,) 20. 

Dunfermline, Scotland, (British,) 
23. 

Dunkirk, Erance, 18. 

Dunmore Town, Bahamas, (Brit- 
ish,) 23. 

Diisseldorf, Prussia, (Germaii,)19. 

E. 

Eastport, Me., 41. 

Ecuador, 12, IS, 37 40, 71, 110, 127, 

128, 130, 132, 133. 
Eleutbera, West Indies, (British,) 

23. 
Elsinore, Denmark, 17. 
England, 58. 



Fa.jardo, Porto Kieo, (Spanish,) 32. 

Ealmoutb, England, 22. 

Falmouth, .Jamaica, (Britisb) 22. 

Eano, Denmark, 17. 

Faro, Portugal, 30. 

Fayal, Azores, (Portuguese,) 30. 

Feejee Islands, 18. 

Figueira, Portugal, 30. 

Fiume, Austria, 14. 

Florence, Ital>-, 26. 

Flores, Azores, (Portuguese,) 30. 

Flushing, Netherlands, 29. 

Fogo, Cape Verde, ( Portuguese,) 

30. 
Foo-Cbow, Cbina, 16. 



Fort de France, Martinique, 
(French.) 19. 

Fort Erie, Ontario, (British,) 22. 

France. 12, 18, 37, 40, 57, 58, 72, 111, 
125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133. j 

Frankfort-on-tbe-Main, Prussia, 
(German.) 19,35. : 

Franklin, Tex., 41. ; 

Fredericksbaven, Denmark, 17. 
Fredcrickstedt, "West Indies,: 
(Danish, 17. ) [| 

Frederickton, New Brunswick,' 
(British,) 25. i 

Freligsbnrg, Quebec, (Briti.sb,) 25 

Friendly and Navigator's Isl- 
ands, 19. 

Funcbal, Madeira, (Portuguese,) 
30. 



G. 



Gaboon, Africa, (French,) IS. 
Galatza, Moldavia, (Turkish,) 34. 
Galyeston, Tex., 39, 40. 41, 42, 43. 
Ganono(]ue, Quebec, (British,) 22. 
Gaspe Basin, Quebec, (British,) 22 
Geestemunde, Prussia,(German,) 

19. 
Gefle, Sweden, 33. 
Geneva. Switzerland, 33, 128. 
Genoa, Italy, 26, 58. 
Georgetown, Prince Edward Isl- 
and, (British,) 21. 
Georgeville, Quebec, (Britisb, )21. 
] Gerba, Africa, CBarbary States,) 
! 15. 
Germany, 12, 19, 37, 40, 58, 75, 112, 

133. 
Ghent, Belgium, 15. 
Gibara, C'u()a, (Spanish,) 32. 
'' Gibraltar, Spain, (British,) 22. 
Gijon, (Spanish,) 33. 
Gioja, Italy, 27. 
Girgenti, Italy, 27. 
Girgheb. Egypt, 34. 
Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, (British,) 

24. 
I Glasgow, Scotland, (British,) 22. 
Gloucester, England, 21. 
Gloucester, Mass., 41. 
Goderich, Ontario, (British,) 22. 
Goletta, Africa,(Barbary States,) 

15. 
Gonaives, Hayti, 26. 
Gottenburg, .Sweden, 33. 
Governors Harbor, Eleutbera, 

West Indies, (British,) 23. 
Gracio.sa, Azores, (Portuguese,) 

30. 
Granada, Spain, 32. 
Grand Bas.sa, Liberia, 27. 
Grand Canary, (Spanish.) 33. 
Grand Caymans, Jamaica, (Bi'it- 

ish,) 22.' 
Grand Haven, Mich., 43. 
Grao, Spain, 33. 
Great Britain, 12, 20, 37, 40, 41, 52, 

58, 70, 112, 125, 126, 128, 129, 130, 

131, 132, 133. 
Greece, 12, 26, 41, 79, 114, 130. 
Green Bay, Wis., 39. 
Green Turtle Bay, West Indies, 

(British,) 23. 
Greenock, Scotland, (British,) 22. 
Guadaloupe, West Indies, 

(French,) 18. 
Guautanamo, Cnlia, (Spani.sb,) 33. 
Guatemala, 12, 20, 41, 80, 114, 131. 
(Juayama, Porto Rico, (Spanish,) 

32: 
Guayaquil. Ecuador, 18, 127. 
Guaymas, Mexico, 28. 
Guelpb, Ontario, (British,) 22. 
Guernsey, England, 24. 
Guerrero, Mexico, 2S. 
Guysborough, Nova Scotia, (Brit- 
ish,) 24. 



H. 



Hague, The, Netherlands, 12. 

Hakodadi, Japan, 27. * 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, (Britisb, )22. 

Hamah, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

Hamburg, (German,) 19,58. 

Hamilton, Bermuda. (British,) 22. 

Hamilton, Ontario, (British,) 22. 

Hankow, Cbina, 16. 

Hanover, 81, 130, 131, 132. 

Hanseatic Republic, 114, 130, 131. 

Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, 
(British,) 25. 

Harburg, (German,) 19. 

Hartlepool, Old, England, 23. 

Havana, Cuba, (Spanish,) 32, 35. 

Havre, France, IS. 

Hawaiian Islands, 12, 26, 41, 81, 
114, 131. 

Hayti, 12, 26, 38, 41, 81, 115, 132. 

Helsingfors, Finland, (Russian,) 
30. 

Hemmingford, Quebec, (British,) 
22. 

Hereford, Quebec, (British,) 21. 

Hesse, 130, 133. 

Hesse Cassel, 82. 

Hilo, Hawaiian Islands, 26. 

Hiogo, .Japan, 27. 

Hobart Tow-u, Tasmania, (Brit- 
ish,) 22. 

Holland, 58. 

Homs, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

Honduras, 12, 26, 41, 82, 115, 132. 

Honfleur, France, 18. 

Hong-Konff China, (British,) 22. 

Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, 12, 
26. 

Huddersfleld, England, 23. 

Huelva, Spain, 3v. 

Hull, England, 23. 

Huntingdon, Canada, (Britisb,)23. 



I. 



Iloilo, Philippine Islands, (Span- 
ish,) 32. 

Islay, Peru, 30. 

Ismaila, Egypt, (Turkish,) 35. 

Italy, 12, 20, 38, 41, 82, 115, 128, 132, 
133. 

Ivica, Island, (Spanish,) 32. 

J. 

Jacksonville, Fla., 40. 

Jacmel, Hayti, 26. 

Jaffa, Syria, (Turkish,) 35. 

Japan, i2, 27, 38, 41, 83, 116, 131, 

132. 
Jassy, Moldavia, (Turkish,) 34. 
Jeremie, Hayti, 26. 
Jerez de la Fontera, Spain, 32. 
Jersey Lsland, (Briti.sli,) 24. 
Jerusalem, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

K. 

Kanagawa, Ja])an, 27. 
Keld, I'.aden, ((ierman,) 19. 
Kem])t, Xova Scotia, (British,) 25. 
Keneb, Egypt, 34. 
Keokuk, Iowa, 41. 
Key West, Fla., 40, 41, 43. 
Khartoum, Egyi)t, 34. 
Kidderminster, England, 20. 
Ki(d, ((jerman,) 19. 
King-ston, Jamaica, (Briti.sb,) 22. 
Kingston, Ontario, (British,) 22. 
Kiu-Kiang, (Jhina, 16j 
Kiung-(Jliow, China, 10. 
Knoxville, Tenn., 43. 
Konigsburg, Prussia, (German,) 
20. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Lachine, Quebec, (British,) 23. 

Lagos, Poitiis'al, 30. 

Lagnayia, Venezuela, 35. 

Lagnna, Mexico, -28. 

Lambaye(iuo, Peru, 30. 

Lancaster, Ky., 41 . 

La Paz, Bolivia, 11, 15. 

La Paz, Mexico, 28. 

La Eochelle, France, 18. 

La Union, San Salvador, 31. 

Lauzarotte, Canary Isl'ds, (Span- 
ish,) 33. 

Laraiche, Morocco, (Barbary 
States,) 14. 

Latakia, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

Lautbala, 18. 

Leavenworth, Kans., 43. 

Leeds, England, 23. 

Leghorn, Italy, 26. 

Leicester, England, 20. 

Leipsic, Saxony, (German,) 20, 35. 

Leith, Scotland, (British,) 23. 

Lew-Chew, 63, 131. 

Liberia, 12, 27, 38, 84, 116, 132. 

Licata, Italy, 27. 

Liege, Belgium, 15. 

Lille, France, 19. 

Lima, Peru, 12, 127. 

Limerick, Ireland, (British,) 21. 

Limoges, France, 18. 

Liueboro, Quebec, (British,) 21. 

Lingan, Nova Scotia, (British,) 24. 

Lisbon, Portugal, 12, 30, 127. 

Liverpool, England, 23, 35. 

Llanelly, Wales, (British,) 21. 

London, England, 12. 23, 125. 

London, Ontario, (British,) 24. 

Londonderry, Ireland, (British,) 
23. 

L'Orient, France, 18. 

Louisville, Ky., 39, 40, 41. 

Lubec, (German,) 20. 

Lndwigshafou, Baden, (German,) 
20. 

Luneberg, 116, 131. 

Lusor, Egypt, 34. 

Lynn, Mass., 41. 

Lyons, France, 18, 35. 

M. 

Maceio, Brazil, 15. 

Madagascar, 27, 84, 132. 

Madison, Wis., 42. 

Madras, India, (British,) 21. 

Madrid, Spain, 12. 

Magdalen Islands, Canada, 
(British,) 22. 

Maio, Capo Verde Islands, (Port- 
uguese,) 30. 

Malaga, Spain, 32. 

Maldonado, Uruguay, 35. 

Malta, Island, (British,) 23. 

Manchester, England, 23. 

Manila, Philipijino Islands, 
(Spanish,) 32. ' 

Mannheim, Baden, (German,) 19. 

Mausurah, Egypt, 34. 

Manzanillo, Cuba, (Spanish,) 33. 

Manzanillo, Mexico, 28. 

Maracaibo, Venezuela, 35. 

Maranham, Brazil, 15. 

Marash, Turkey, 34. 

Marblehead, Mass., 41. 

Margate, England, 23. 

Marsala, Italy, 27. 

Marseilles, France, 18. 

Martinique, (French,) 19. 

Maruata, Mexico, 28. 

Matamoras, Mexico, 28. 

Matanzas, Cuba, (Spanish,) 32. 

Mathewtown, Bahamas, (Brit- 
ish,) 23. 

Mayaguez Porto Eico, (Spanish,) 
32. 



Mayence, Hesse-Darmstadt, (Ger-i 

man), 19. 
Mazagan, Morocco, (Barbary 

States,) 14. ' ! 

Mazatlan, Mexico, 28. i 

McAdams .lunction, N. B., (Brit- 
ish,) 24. 
Meclvlenburg Schwerin, S4, 131. 
Medelin, Unitisd States of Co 

lombia, 17. < 

Mehdia, Africa, (Barbary States,) 

15. 
Melbourne, Australia, (British,) 

23. 
Memel, Prussia, CGerman,) 20. 
Memphis, Teun., 40, 41, 43. 
Mentone, Frauce, 18. 
Merida, Mexico, 28. 
Messina, Italv, 27. 
Mexico, 12, 28, 38, 41, 84, 116, 125, 

126, 127, 130, 131, 132, 133. 
Mier, Mexico, 28. 
Milan, Italy, 26. 
Milford Haven, Wales, (British,) 

21. 
Milwaukee, Wis., 39, 40. 
Minatitlan, Mexico, 28. 
Minieh, Egypt, 34. 
Minnesota, 40. 

Miquelon Island, (French,) 19. 
Miiagoane, Hayti, 26. 
Mobile, Ala., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 
Mogador, Morocco, (Barbary 

States,) 14. 
Mollendo, Pern, 30. 
Monaco, Principalitj' of, 18, 41. 
Monatico, Africa, (Barbary 

States,) 15. 
Monganui, New Zealand, (Brit- 
ish;) 20. 
Monrovia, Africa, 12, 27. 
Montego Bay, Jamaica, (British,) 

22. 
Monterey, Mexico, 28. 
MouteviJieo, Uruguay, 12, 35. 
Montreal, Quebec, (British,) 23. 
Morocco, (Barbary States,) 14, 58, 

87, 129, 130, 132. ' 
Morrisburgh, Ontario, (British,) 

24. 
Moscow, Eussia, 31. 
Moulraein, India, (Briti.sh,) 21. 
Mozambique, Africa, (Portu 

guese,) 30. 
Munich, Bavaria (German,) 20. 
Muscat, 29, 87, 130. 
Mytilene, (Turkish,) 35. 

N. 

Nagasaki, .lapan, 27. 

Naguabo, Porto Kico, (Spanish,) 

32. 
Naute.s, France, 18. 
Napanee, Ontario, (British,) 22. 
Naples, Italy, 27, 58. 
Nassau, 131. 
Nassau, West Indies, (British,) 

23. 
Navigator's Islands, 19. 
Nee-e-gata, Japan, 27. 
Netherlands, 12, 29, 38, 41, 42, 87, 

117, 128, 130, 131. 
New Bedford, Mass., 42. 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, 

23. 
Newcastle, New South Wales, 

(British,) 25. 
Newcastle, New Brunswick, 

(British,) 24. 
New Chwang, China, 16. 
New Granada, (see also Colom- 
bia,) 126, 131, 132. 
New London, Conn., 42. 
New Orleans, La., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 
Newport, England, 21. 
New York, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 126. 



Nicaragua, 12, 29, 38, 42, 89, 118, 
132, 133. 

Nice, France, 18. 

Nicolaleff, Russia, 31. 

Nieuwediep, Netherlands, 29. 

Niugpo, Cliiua, 16. 

Nordkoping, Sweden, 33. 

Nortolk, Va., 39, 40, 41, 42. 

North German Union, 118, 132. 

North S.ydney, Nova Scotia, 
(British',) 24. 

Norwa.y. (See Sweden and Nor- 
way.) 

Nottingham, England, 24. 

Nnevitas, Cuba, (Spanish,) 32. 

Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, 28. 

Nuremberg, Bavari.a, (German,) 
20. 

0. 

Oajaca, Mexico, 28. 

Odessa, Russia, 31. 

Oldenburg, 131. 

Old Harbor, Jamaica, (British,) 

22. 
Old Hartlepool, England, 23. 
Olten, Switzerland, 33. 
Omaha, Nek, 40, 43. 
Omoa, Hondura.s, 26. 
Oporto, Portugal, 30. 
Oran, Algiers, (French,) 18. 
Orange Free State, Africa, 42, 133 . 
Orotava. Teueriffe, 33. 
Osaka, .Jai)an, 27. 
Osiut, Effypt, 34. 
Ostend, Belgium, 15. 
Ottawa, Quebec, (British,) 24. 
Ottonaau Empire. (See Turkey.) 



Padang, Sumatra, (Netherlands,) 
29. 

Palermo, Italy, 27. 

Palma, Canary Islands, (Spanish,) 
.33. 

Palma, ISIaJorca, (Spanish,) 32. 

Panama, United States of Co- 
lombia, 17. 

Papal States, 58, 101. 

Paphos, Asia, (Turkish,) 34. 

Para, Brazil, 15. 

Paraguay, 12, 29, 42, 90, 127, 132. 

Paraiba, Brazil, 15. 

Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, (Ne- 
therlands,) 29. 

Paris, Fr.ince, 12, 19, 35. 

Paris, Ontario, (Biitish,) 22. 

Paso del Norte, Mexico, 28. 

Patras, Greece, 20. 

Pau, France, 18. 

Paysandu, Urugniay, 35. 

Pa'yta, Peru, 30. 

Peidng, China, 12. 

Penang, India, (British,) 24. 

Pensacola, Fla., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 

Pernambuco, Brazil, 15. 

Persia, 90, 132. 

Peru, 12, 29, 3S, 42, 90, 91, 118, 125, 
127, 128, 131, 132, 133. 

Peru-Bolivia, 130. 

Pesth, Hungary, (Austri.in,) 14. 

Philadelphia, Pa., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 

Picton, (^)uebec, (British,) 22. 

Pictou, Nova Scotia, (British,) 23. 

Piedras Negras, Mexico, 28. 

Pimental, Peru, 30. 

Pirfeus, Greece, 26. 

Pittsburgh, Pa., 40. 

Plymouth, England, 24. 

Ponce, Porto Rico, (Spanish,) 32. 

Port Antonio, .Jamaica, (British,) 
22. 

Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony, 
Africa, (British,) 21. , 

Port Hope, Ontario, (British,) 25. 

Port Limon, Costa Rica, 17. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



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Port Loais, Mauritius, (British,) 

24. 
Portland, Me., 39, 41, 42, 43. 
Portlanrl, Oreg., 40, 41, 43. 
Port Mahon, Minorca, (Spanish,) 

32. 
Port of Marbella, Spain, 32 
Port Xatal, Africa, (British,) 21. 
Port de Paix, Hayti, 26. 
Port an Prince, Hayti, 12, 26. 
Port Rowan, Ontario, (Briti.sh,) 

22. 
Port Said, Egypt, (Turki.sh,) 35. 
Port Sarnia. Ontario. (Briti.sh,) 24. 
Port of Sidney, Cape Breton, 

(Briti.sh,) 24. " 
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, 

(British,) 24. 
Port Stanley, Ontario, (British,) 

22. 
Port St. Mary, Spain, 32. 
Portsmouth, N. H., 42. 
Port.smouth, England, 24. 
Portugal, 12, 30, 38, 42, 58, 92, 119, 

126, 130, 131. 
Poti, Paissia, 31. 
Potton, Ontario, (British,) 21. 
Pozzuoli, Italy, 27. 
Prague, (Au.striau,) 14. 
Prescott, Ontario, (British,) 24. 
Presidio del Xorte, Mexico, 28. 
Providence, K. I., 41. 
Prussia, 57, 58, 93, 120, 129, 130, 131. 
Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, 35. 
Puerto Plata, San Boniingo, 31. 
Pugwash, Xova Scotia, (British,) 

24. 
Punta Arenas, Costa Rica, 17. 
Punta Arenas, Nicaragua, 29. 



Q. 



Quebec, Quebec, (British,) 24. 
Queensland, Australia, (British,) 

25. 
Quito, Ecuador, 12. 

R. 

Rabat, Morocco, (Barbary States,) 

15. 
Ranisgate, England, 23. 
Rangoon, I'.urmah, (British,) 21. 
Itedditch, England, 20. 
Retinio, Isle of Crete, (Turkish,) 

34. 
Rheims, France, 19. 
Richmond, Va.. 39, 40, 41, 42. 
Riga, Rus.sia, 31. 
Ringk.jobing, Denmark, 17. 
Rio Grande, Brazil, 15. 
Rio Ilaclia, United States of Co- 

hmibia, 17. 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 11, 16, 128. 
Ritzebiittel, Germany, (German,) 

20. 
Rome, Italy, 12, 27, 35. 
Rouue, Denmark, 17. 
Rosario, Argentine Republic, 14. 
Rostoff, Russia, 31. 
Rotterdam, Netherlands, 29. 
Rouen. I'rance, 18. 
Rus.sia. 12, 30, 38, 42, 58, 94, 120, 

129, 130, 131, 132. 
Rustchuk, (Turkish,) 34. 

S. 

Sabanilla, United States of Co- 
lombia, 17. 

Sacramento, Cal., 40. 

Sarti, Morocco, (Barbary States,) 
15. 

Sagua la Grande, Cuba, (Span- 
ish,) 32. 

Sal. Cape Verde Islands, (Portu- 
guese,) 30. 



Salem, Mass., 41. 

Salinas Cruz, Mexico, 28. 

Salonica, (Turkish,) 34. 

Salt Cay, Turk's Island, (British,) 
25. 

Salvador, 12, 31, 38, 42, 97, 121, 133. 

Saraana, San Domingo, 31. 

San Andreas, Caribbean Sea, 
(Colombian.) 17. 

San Antonio, 41. 

San Bias, Mexico, 28. 

San Dimas, Mexico, 28. 

San Domingo, 31, 42, 71, 132. 

San Franci.sco,.Cal., 39, 40, 41, 42, 
43. 

San Jose, Costa Rica, 17. 

San Jose, Mexico, 29. 

i^an .Jose, Peru, 30. 

San Jose de Guatemala, 26. 

San .Tuan de los Remedios, Cuba, 
(Spanish,) 32. 

San Jiuiu del Norte, Nicaragua, 
29. 

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, 29. 

San Juan, Porto Rico, (Spanish,) 
32. 

San Lucar de Barrameda, Spain, 
32. 

San Salvador, Salvador, 31, 131. 

San Salvador, West Indies, (Brit- 
ish,) 23. 

Santa, Peru, 30. 

Santa Cruz, Cuba, (Spanish,) 33. 

Santa Cruz, West Indies, (Dan- 
ish,) 17. 

Santa Cruz Point, Mexico, 28. 

Santa Martha, United States of 
Colombia. 17. 

Santander, >Spain, 33. 

Santarcni, Brazil, 16. 

Santiago, Chili, 12. 

Santiago, Cape Verde Islands, 
(Portuguese,) 30. 

Santiago de Cuba, (Spanish,) 33. 

Santos, Brazil, 16. 

Sardinia, 58, 97, 122, 130. 

Savannah, Ga., 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 

Savannah-la-Mar, Jamaica, (Brit- 
i.sh.) 23. 

Saxony, 58,98, 131. 

Schaumburg-Lippe, 131. 

Schiedam, Netherlands, 29. 

Scilly Island.s, (British,) 22. 

Setubal, Portugal, 30. 

Seville, Siiain, 33. 

Seychelles, Induin Ocean, (Brit- 
ish,) 24. 

Sfax, Africa, (Barbary States,)15. 

Shanghai, China, 16, 35. 

Sheflfield, England, 24. [ 

Shelbourne, Nova Scotia, (Brit-l 
ish,) 22. ■ 

Siam, 31, 99, 130. 132. 

Sidon, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

Sierra Leone, Africa, (British,) 
24. 

Simonstown, Africa, (British,) 21. 

Sines, Portugal, 30. 

Singapore, India, (British,) 24. 

Smyrna, Turkey, 35. 

Society I.slands, 31. 

Soorabaya, Java, (Netherlands,) 
29. 

Sonneberg, (German,) 20. 

Sonsonatc, Salvador, 31. 

Sorel, Canada, (British,) 25. 

Southampton, England, 24. 

Spain, 12,31, 38, 39, 42, 57, 58, 98, 
122, 125, 128, 129, 130, 133. 

Spezia, Italy, 27. 

Springfield, 11)., 42. 

St. Andrew's, New Brunswick, 
25. 

St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica,(British,) 
23. j 

St. Augttstino, 125. 

St. Bartholomew, "W, I., (Swe-I 
dish,) 33. 1 



St. Catharine's, Ontario, (British,) 
21. 

St. Catharine's.'Brazil, IG. 

St. Cliristoi)her, West Indies, 
(British.) 24. 

St. Domingo, 31. 

St. fitiouue, France, 18. 

St. Eustatias.West Indies,(Neth- 
erlands.) 29. 

St. Gallen, (Switzerland.) 34. 

St. George, Azores, (Portuguese,) 
30. 

St. George, New Brunswick, 
(BritishJ 25. 

St. Georges, Bermuda, (British,) 
22. 

St. Helena Island, (British,) 24. 

St. Helens, England, 23. 

St. Joao da Foz, Portugal. 30. 

St. John'.s, Quebec, (British,) 25. 

St. John's, Newfoundland, (Brit- 
ish.) 25. 

St. Jolm, New Brunswick, (Brit- 
i.sh.) 24. 

St. Lucia, West Indies, (British,) 
20. 

St. Louis, 310., 39, 40. 41, 42, 43. 

St. Mark, Hayti, 26. 

St. ilartin. West Indies, (Nether- 
lands,) 29. 

St. Michael, Azores, (Portuguese.) 
30. 

St. Nazaire, France, 18. 

St. Paul, Minn., 40, 42. 

St. Paul de Loando, Africa, (Por- 
tuguese,) 30. 

St. Pierre, Martinique, (French,) 
19. 

St. Pierre, Miquelon, (French,) 
19. 

St. Petersburg, Russia, 12, 30. 

St. Stephen's, New Brunswick, 
(British,) 25. 

St. Thomas, West Indies, (Dan- 
ish,) 17. 

St. Thomas, Ontario, (British,) 22. 

St. Vincent, West Indies, (Brit- 
ish.) 20. 

St. Vincent, Cape Verde, (Portu- 
guese,) 30. 

Stanbridge. (British,) 25. 

Stanstead, Quebec, (Briti.sh.) 21. 

States of the Church, 58, 101. 

Stavanger, Norway, 33. 

Stettin, Prus.sia, (German,) 20. 

Stockholm, Sweden, 12, 33. 

Stratford, Ontario. (Briti-sh,) 22. 

Stuttgart, Wiirttemberg, (Ger- 
man,) 20. 

Summerside, Prince Edward Isl- 
and, (British,) 21. 

Sunderland, England, 23. 

Sundsvall, Sweden, 33. 

Su.sa, Africa,(BarbaryStates,) 15. 

Sutton, Quebec, (Briti.sh,) 25. 

Swansea, Wales, (British.) 21. 

Swatow, China, 16, 17. 

Sweden, 129. 

Sweden and Norway, 12, 33, 39,42, 
43, 101, 123, 130, 132, 133. 

Swinemiindo, Prussia, (German,) 
20. 

Switzerland, 12, 3,3, 43, 102, 131. 

Sydney, New South Wales,(Brit- 
■i.sh,)'25. 

Syra, Greece, 26. 

Syracuse, Sicily, (Italian,) 27. 



Tabasco,JIexico, 29. 
Taganrog, Russia, 31. 
Tahiti, Society Islands, 31. 
Talcahuano, Chili, 16. 
Tamatave, ^ladagascar, 27. 
Tampico, Mexico, 29. 
Tamsui, Formosa, (Chinese,) 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Tangier, ^Morocco, (B a r b a r y 

States.) 14. 
Taragoiiii, Spain, 31. 
Tara'nto, Italy, 27. 
Tehiiaiitepee, Mexico, 28. 
Teneiirt'e, Canary Islands, 

(Spanish,) 33. 
Terceira, Azores, (Portuguese,) 

30. 
Totiian, Africa, (Barbarv States,) 

15. 
Texas, 102, 124, 130. 
Thisted, Denmark, 17. 
Three llivers, Quebec, (BritiSb,) 

23. 
Tien-Tsin, China, 17. 
Tiflis, Kussia, 31. 
Toronto, Ontario, (British,) 25. 
Toulon, France, 18. 
Trapani, Sicily, (Italian,) 27. 
Trieste, Austria, 14. 
Trinidad de Cuba, (Spani.sh,) 33. 
Trinidad. Island, West Indies, 

(British,) 25. 
Tripoli, Africa, (Barbary States,) 

15, 58, 102, 129. 
Tripoli, Syria. (Turkish,) 34. 
Truxillo, Honduras, 26. 
Tucson, 41. 
Tumbez, Peru, 30. 
Tunis, Africa, (Barbary States,) 

15, 58, 103, 129. 
Tunstall, England, 25. 
Turin, Italy, 26. 



Turkey, 12, 34, 39, 43, 58, 103, 124, 

130, 132. 
Turk's Island, West Indies, 

(British,) 25. 
Tuscany, 49, 57, 58. 
Tutuilla, Navigator's Islands, 19. 
Tuxpan, Mexico, 20. 
Two Sicilies, 124, 125, 130, 131. 
Tyre, Syria, (Turkish,) 34. 

U. 

Uruguay, 12, 3.5, 43. I 



I Valencia, Spain, 33. 

j Valparaiso, Chili, 16. 

I Venezuela, 12, 35, 43, 125, 127, 130, 

132. 
I Venice, Italy, 27, 58 

Vera Cruz, Mexico, 29. 

Verviers, Belgium, 15. 

Vianna, Portugal, 30. 

Vicksburgh, Miss., 41. 

Victoria, TancouYei''s Island, 
(British,) 25. 

Viegues, West Indies, (Spanish,) 
33. 

Vienna, Austria, 11, 14. 

Vigo, Spain, 32. 

Vivero, Spain, 32. 



W. 

Wallaceburg, Ontario, (British,) 
25. 

Warsaw. Russia, 31. 

AVashiugtou, D. C, 39, 40, 42, 43, 
126, 128. 

Waterford, Ireland, (British,) 21. 

Wellington, Isew Zealand, (Brit- 
ish,) 20. 

Wevmouth, England, 24. 

Whitbv, Ontario, (British,) 2.5. 

Wilmiiigton, N. C, 39, 40, 42, 43. 

Windsor, Kova Scotia, (British,) 
25. 

Windsor, Ontario, (British,) 25. 

Winnepeg, B. IS'.A., (British,) 25. 

Wolfville, Xova Scotia, (British,) 
25. 

Wolverhampton, England, 20. 

Wiirttemberg, 130, 131, 133. 

Wyborg, Finland, (Russian,) 31. 



Tarmouth,Nova Scotia, (British,) 

25. 
Tedo, Japan, 12. 

Z. 

Zacatocas, Mexico, 29. . 
Zaute, Ionian Isles, (Grecian,) 26. 
Zanzibar, Island, 29. 
Zurich, Switzerland, 33,34. 



ERRATA. 

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Page 114, for Hanseatic Rei)ublicau read Hanseatic Republic. 

Page 121, in last line, for February 17 read Februarj- 13. 



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