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44th Congress, > SENATE. ( Ex. Do 

2d Session. s i No. 31. 



CLAIMS 



ON TllK PART OK 



Citizens of the United States and Mexico 



UNDER THB 



CONVENTION OF JULY 4, 1868, 



BETWEEN TUK 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 



WASHINGTON: 
GOVEENMENT FEINTING OFFICE. 

1877. 




/7///^ (^ 



FROM THE 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 



COMMUNICATING, 



In atiswer to a Senate resolution of January 10, 1877, a report of the Secretary of State in relation to 
claims on the part of citizens of the United States and Mexico under the convention of July 
4, 1868. 



Frbruary 2, 1877.— Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations and ordered to be printed. 



To the Senate of the United States : 

I transmit, in answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 10th ultimo, a report of the Secretary 

of State, with its accompanying pax)ers. 

U. S. GRANT. 
Washington, February 2, 1877. 

Department of State, Washingtony February 2, 1877. 

The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 10th ultimo, 
requesting the President, " if not in his opinion incompatible with the public interests, to transmit to 
the»Senate the report of the Commissioners to adjust the olaims between citizens of the United States 
and Mexico under the conventions of 1868, 1871, and 1876," has the honor to state that the Commission- 
ers made no report to the Department of State on the business of the commission and the disposi- 
tion made thereof, under the convention of July 4, 1868, and the conventions supplementary thereto. 

By the convention of November 20, 1874, the functions of the commissioners terminated on 
the 31st of January, 1876, and the Umpire was allowed a further period of six months for the decis- 
ion of the cases referred to him, which period was extended by the convention of April 29, 1876, 
until the 20th of November, 1876. 

The Umpire decided all the cases referred to him within the period thus named, and, on the 23d 
of November, 1876, the Agent of the United States made a partial report to this Department on the 
business of the commission, transmitting therewith lists of the claims on the part of citizens of the 
United States against Mexico, and on the part of citizens of the Mexican Republic against the 
United States, in which awards of money were made by the Commissioners and the Umpire, and of 
the several balances in favor of citizens of the United States, in the three kinds of money in which 
said awards are expressed. On the 29th ultimo, the Agent of the United States made a further and 
final report on the history and business of the commission, and transmitted to the Department cer- 
tain schedules containing all the claims presented to the commission by tfie respective governments, 
showing the names of the claimants, the general subject-matter of their respective claims, the 
times when and the places where they arose, the amounts claimed, the nature of the final decisions 
thereon, and the amounts of money awarded where awards were made. 

The several reports of the Agent of the United States of the 23d of November and 29th of 

January last, and the lists and schedules accompanying them, are herewith transmitted. 

Respectfully submitted. 

HAMILTON FISH. 
To th« President. 



(tncIoRnro l.J* 

rRELIMINARY llEPOET 

OF 

J. HUBLEY ^SHTOlSr, Esq., 

AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION, 

TO 

THE SECEETARr OF STATE. 

Washington, D. C, November 23, 1870. 

Sir: The Umpire under the convention between the United States and the Mexican Eepublic 
of July 4, 1868, having concluded his labors by the decision of all the cases referred to him by the 
commissioners within the time allowed by the convention of April 29, 1876, 1 am now able to report 
the general results of the action of the commission upon the claims laid before it by the respective 
governments. 

Within the time limited by the convention of July 4, 1868, 1,017 claims on the part of citizens 
of the United States against the Mexican Kepublic were referred to the commission, aggregating, 
including damages and interest where they were claimed, $470,126,613.40. Of these claims, 831 
were dismissed or disallowed, and in 186 cases awards were made in favor of the respective claim- 
ants against the Mexican Eepublic. 

The total amount awarded in all the case^ decided in favor of citizens of the United States 
against the Mexican Eepublic, in the three kinds of money in which the awards are respectively 
designated to be payable, namely, the currency of the United States, the gold coin of the United 
States, and Mexican gold dollars, including interest and costs in cases in which they were allowed, 
as appears by the statement prepared by the American Secretary, is $4,125,622.20. 

Within the same period, 998 claims on the part of citizens of the Mexican Eepublic against the 
United States were referred to the commission, such claims aggregating, including damages and 
interest where claimed, the sum of $86,661,891.15. Of these claims, 831 were dismissed or dis- 
allowed, and awards were made in 167 cases against the United States. 

Of the 167 cases in which awards were made against the United States, 150 belonged to the 
class of claims known as the "Piedras Negras cases," which were treated and disposed of by the 
Commissioners as one case, so that in fact the number of cases in which such awards were made is 18. 

The total amount awarded in all the cases decided in fVivor of citizens of the Mexican Eepublic 
against the United States in the three kinds of money above mentioned, including interest and 
costs in cases in which they were allowed, as appears by the statement of the American Secretary, 
is $150,498.41. 

The balance in favor of citizens of the United States, in the three kinds of money above men- 
tioned, is, therefore, $3,975,123.79. 

It is proper for me to mention, in explanation of the foregoing statement, that the Commis- 
sioners and the Umpire in making their awards employed three kinds of money. In some cases the 
amounts awarded are stated to be in the currency of the United States ; in other cases, the awards 
are expressed in the gold coin of the United States; and in still others, the sums allowed are 
declared to be in Mexican gold dollars. 

I call attention also to the fact that in the awards in several claims on the part of citizens of 
the United States portions of the amounts respectively allowed are expressed to be in the currency 
of the United States, and other portions are expressed to be in the gold coin of the United States. 

The tables herewith transmitted, prepared from the records with great care by Mr. Eandolph 
Coyle, the American Secretary, and Mr. John il. Ingle, of my office, exhibit the amounts of the 
respective awards in favor of the citizens of each government, including interest and costs in cases 
where interest and costs were allowed, in the several kinds Of money in which the awards are 
respectively expressed. 



6 UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMltlSSIOif. 

I should also mention that the Commissioners and the Umpire made several declarations ot 
orders for the purpose of interpreting expressions employed in several of their respective awards, 
relative to the currency in which amounts allowed in those awards should be respectively payable, 
and that those declarations or orders have been considered and applied in the preparation of the 
statements contained in the tables herewith transmitted. 

The tables show that the total amount awarded in the currency of the United States, including 
interest and costs where they were allowed, in all the cases decided in favor of the citizens of the 
United States against the Mexican Eepub lie, is $402,942.04, and that the total amount awarded in the 
currency of the United States, including interest and costs where they were allowed, in all the case^ 
decided in favor of the citizens of the Mex ican Republic against the United States, is $89,410.17, leaving 
a balance in the currency of the United States in faVor of citizens of the United States of $313,531.87. 
They also show that the total amount awarded in the gold coin of the United States, including in- 
terest and costs where they were allowed, in all the cases decided in favor of citizens of the United 
States against the Mexican Republic, is $426,624.98, and that the total amount awarded in the gold 
coin of the United States, including interest and costs where they were allowed, in all the jcases 
decided in favor of the citizens of the Mexican Republic against the United .States, is $10,559.67, 
leaving a balance in the gold coin of the United States in favor of citizens of the United States of 
$416,065.31. It further appears by the tables transmitted that the total amount awarded in Mexi- 
can gold dollars, including interest and costs where they have been allowed, in all the cases decided 
in favor of the citizens of the United States against the Mexican Republic, is $3,296,055.18, and that 
the total amount awarded in Mexican gold dollars, including interest and costs where they were 
allowed, in all the cases decided in favor of citizens of the Mexican Republic against the United 
States, is $50,528.57, leaving a balance in Mexican gold dollars in favor of citizens of the United 
States of $3,245,526.61. 

These several balances make the total balance in the three currencies in favor of citizens of the 
United States above stated of $3,975,123.79. 

It has been necessary, for the purpose of ascertaining the total amounts of the awards in a 
large number of the cases, to calculate the interest allowed upon the principal sums respectively 
awarded from the several dates fixed In the awards to the time when it was provided that interest 
should cease. 

It would have been more satisfactory if the Commissioners. and the Umpires had deemed it con- 
venient to make their awards, in cases in which they allowed interest, definite, by computing the 
interest and awarding a certain aggregate amount in each such case. The practice, however, was 
to award interest where it was allowed, in general terms, from some date ascertained or referred 
to, " to the close of the labors of the commission,'' or "to the date of the final award,'' or in words 
of the same import and effect. 

The Commissioners, on the 25th of January, 1876, before their final adjournment, entered an 
order declaring that in all cases decided by them wherein interest was allowed " to the close of the 
labors of the commission,'^ such interest should be calculated to the date of the last decision the 
Umpire should make within the time then limited for the completion of his labors by the convention 
of November 20, 1874. 

The Umpire, Sir Edward Thornton, made a declaration on the 31st of January, 1876, determin- 
ing that, in all cases decided by him wherein interest was allowed " to the date of the final award,^ 
that date should be considered to be the date of the last award which the Umpire should make in 
accordance with the terms of the convention of November 20, 1874 ; that is to say, of the last award 
which the Umpire should sign on or before the 31st of July, 1876. 

Under date of the 31st of July, 1876, the Umpire made a declaration to the effect that his award 
in the case of Gerouimo de la Garza vs. Mexico, No. 993, bearing date the 31st of July, 1876, was 
the award alluded to in the order of the Commissioners of January 25, 1876, and that the date of 
the 31st of July, 1876, is the "date of the final award" to which he had himself referred in his 
decisions in which he had awarded interest from specified dates " to the date of the final award," 
or had made use of words to the same effect. 

And finally, upon the suggestion of the Agents of the two governments that the former Umpire, 
Dr. Francis Lieber, made divers awards with interest from particular dates " to the close of the 
labors of the commission," or made use of similar terms to fix the limit of time to which interest on 
those awards should be calculated, and had died without making any declaration as to the mean- 
ing of those expressions, the Umpire, Sir Edward Thornton, made an order under date of the 17th 
instant " that in all awards of money made by his pre^iecessor, the late Dr. Lieber, wherein inter- 
est is allowed ' to the close of the labors of the commission,' or other similar terms are employed to 
fix the date to which interest shall be calculated, the 31st of July, 1876, shall be deemed and taken 
to be such date." 

It appears, therefore, that all uncertainty as to the date to which interest should be calculated 
on the principal sums respectively awarded in the cases contemplated and embraced by the orders 
of the commissioners and the umpire which have been recited has been removed, and that the date 
of the 31st July, 1876, has been authoritatively fixed as the date to which the interest awarded in 
those cases respectively should be calculated. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 7 

The tables herewith transmitted contaiu schedales respectively of the claims on the part of 
citizens of the United States against the Mexican Bepablic, and of the claims on the part of citi- 
zens of the Mexican Repnblic*against the United States, in which awards of money were made by 
the Commissioners or the Umpires, and statements of the amounts of the respective awards in the 
several kinds of money in which they are respectively expressed, according to the terms of the de- 
cisions, respectively, or the declarations or orders to which I have referred, explaining or inter- 
preting those decisions. 

The statement of the total amoant awarded in each case inclades the interest and costs where 
they were allowed. 

I have called attention to the fact that in several of the American cases portions of the amounts 
respectively awarded are expressed in the currency of the Cnited States, and other portions of those 
amounts are expressed in the gold coin of the United States. In all the cases of this class, with 
one exception, the sums respectively awarded in the currency of the United States were allowed for 
costs. 

In numerous instances interest was allowed upon particular amounts awarded, while it was 
expressly disallowed upon other amounts awarded in the same cases. 

In several cases awards were made of particular suras bearing interest from different dates, 
subject to certain deductions or credits, with interest from various dates ; and the liquidation of 
the items of the awards, with the view of arriving at the proper total awards in this class of cases, 
has been a matter of no little nicety of calculation. 

Calculations of the interest in the cases in which interest was allowed were made independently 
of each other by Mr. Coyle and Mr. Ingle, who are expert arithmeticians, and I find that in 
every instance their separate computations produce the same result. 

i am informed that the calculations of interest which have been made on the Mexican side 
agree with those made on the American side of the commission, and that the several balances in 
favor of citizens of the United States in the three kinds of money in which the awards are respect- 
ively made, as furnished to Mr. Mariscal by the gentlemen on the Mexican side, are the same 
amounts as those herein reported from the statement furnished me by the American Secretary. 

The statements in the tables herewith transmitted are, therefore, of the total amounts of the 
awards in the respective cases therein mentioned, including the principal sums respectively 
awarded and the interest and costs awarded, where interest and costs were allowed as ascertained 
by the calculations to which I have referred. 

It has not been the practice of the Commissioners or the Umpires to formulate and sign awards 
separate from their opinions. 

The opinions, both upon claims allowed and claims dismissed or disallowed, contain in most 
instances full and sometimes lengthy expositions of the grounds of the decisions. The opinions are 
not in print. I think, however, the Department will find it convenient to possess printed copies, 
at least of so much of the opinions as constitute the awards of money in the claims allowed by the 
Commissioners or the Umpires, and of the various declarations and orders to which I have referred, 
explanatory of the decisions. I suppose they would make a pamphlet of about two hundred 
pages. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. HUBLEY ASHTON. 
Hon. Hamilton Fish, 

Secretary of State. 



8 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Awards in favor of the United States against Mexico. 



Docket 
number. 



7 
8 
U 
18 
24 
26 
29 
3.) 
34 
42 
43 
47 
51 
53 
58 
61 
62 
70 
76 
79 
80 
82 
83 
89 
90 
95 
100 
108 
113 
115 
124 
125 
131 
136 
137 
143 
145 
154 
158 
162 
165 
178 A 
178 K 
183 
la'i 
187 
195 
197 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
223 
224 
226 
228 
230 
232 
233 
234 
235 
2:n 
238 
239 
240 
241 
243 
249 
257 
258 
259 
264 
269 
278 
279 
282 
284 
285 
286 
21>8 
300 
304 
307 
309 
320 
325 
333 



Claimants. 



In U. S. cur- 
rency. 



14,000 
44, 710 
5,100 
1,600 
5,089 
7,600 
5,100 
3,100 



00 
96 
00 
00 
48 
00 
00 
00 



2,000 00 

28, 386 27 

500 00 



33, 188 00 



100 00 



100 
29,850 



00 

88 



100 00 



8, 000 00 
6,387 34 



30, 115 83 



53,199 25 



2, 100 00 



26, 103 8:i 
10, 137 76 



Francis W. Rice 

Cornelius K. Garrison, survivor 

William W. Snelliug's administrator 

Abel H. Halstcd 

J. P. Putegrnat's heirs 

Joseph M. Bryant 

William P. Barnes 

Lncien Mathieu 

Elizabeth A. Evans 

Michael B. Evans 

Frederick V. W. Eathbone 

Edgar Warren 

Jos^ J. Fernandez 

Andrew Trenis 

Joseph W. Hale.: 

George H. Giddings 

Margaret Glen 

Augustas Jouan 

Thomas Dwyer 

Thomas J. Dolan 

Watson Hodge 

C. C. Johnson 

Caroline Sprotto, assignee .'... 

StillmanD. Willis 

Bernard Tnrpin 

Edgar Keller 

Marcos Shaben 

Joseph Sbisa, assignee 

Job nBelden* 

Frederick Bronner 

Lorenzo Castro 

John A rnol d 

Samuel A. Itolden & Co 

Nautilus Submarine Pearl Fishing Company 

Martha E. Tbacher, ailministratnx 

Turners Kenshaw 

J.D. Pratlel • 

Frederick A. Newton 

George L. Hammeken 

Abel G. Alexander ^ 

Mary Brewer 

Ma t uer & G lover 

William Winn's heirs 

Felix MaxAu's heirs 

Dunbar & Belknap 

Charles H. Wheeler e« ai 

Nicholas R. Schneider 

Isaac Moses, assignee 

Maria J. Denison, administratrix 

John McCurdy 

Patrick H. Cootey , 

TboraasS. Andrews 

Benjamin Ripley 

Francis McCready 

Frederick Rhay , 

Luther Center 

Peter Pauls 

Samuel Morey - , 

W. F. Dunkinson 

John Sampson 

Joseph V. Bogy's administrator 

Marcus L. King 

Herman F. Wolff's administrator , 

George Brown 

Robert M. Couch 

Peter Wilson 

D.H.Whitfield 

A. J. Turpin 

John Adains 

Charles Leaven 

Samuel Weldon 

A. Brown Chapman 

Frederick Satterly 

John Craig's administrator 

Roliert G. Baldwin 

William Wallace 

John Dockendorflf 

A.J. Fletcher 

J. M. Leonard 

J. W. Hawkins' atlministratrix 

Augustus Manning 

W. C. Pettijohn 

James Ballentine 

Joseph B. Smith 

A. W. Browning 

WDliam H. Hughes ,... 

John A. CuUen 

Frank Cleaves 

A. A. Harper 

Christopher H. Gosch 

Isaac G. Israel 

Fayette A udersoaand W. Thompson 

* In consideration of a payment made by the United States to Belden &, Co. on the 27th 
States are to retain 135,920.81 of this award. 



In U. S. gold 
* coin. 



3,100 00 



In Mexican 
gold dollars. 



$1,000 00 
1,000 00 



6,930 63 
1, 000 00 
1, (HK) 00 
2,504 68 



5,000 00 



23, 382 20 



1,000 00 


500 00 


120, 046 68 


12, 021 31 


5, 151 15 


2.093 53 


2,116 91 


. 2, 187 06 


2.116 91 


2, 116 91 


2,087 68 


2, 087 68 


500 00 


5,453 92 


2.601 88 


2, 116 91 


2,087 68 


2, 087 68 


2, 379 18 


2, 116 91 


2. 087 68 


2, f KJ3 53 


'2,087 68 


500 00 


1, 000 00 


2, 000 00 


500 00 


1, 000 00 


1,000 00 


1, 0<M) 00 


1,000 00 


1, 000 00 


1.000 00 


1,000 00 


5, 008 52 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


l.OOO 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


15, 297 26 



$24, 316 82 



39, 397 26 



30, 000 00 
78, 213 97 



635 67 

703 76 

18, 226 10 



Aggregate. 



TJ, 959 78 
16. 433 88 



3, 600 GO 

1, 500 00 

18,723 18 

128 00 

4,068 66 

170, 379 82 



12,698 90 



23, 193 44 
43, 161 64 



907 34 
7, 644 27 



6, 038 99 
July, 1855, on ac<M>unt of this claim, the United 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



9 



Awards in favor of the United States against Mexico — Con tinned. 



Docket 
nnmber. 



337 
34*2 
344 
345 
351 
35:2 
356 
357 
359 
305 
3fiS 
369 
381 
3H5 
388 
3!»2 
397 
40!) 
418 
4:i2 
442 
446 
447 
45U 
454 
456 
457 
458 
460 
462 
463 
464 
478 
4 9 
487 
488 
4h\) 
490 
493 
494 
516 
538 
543 
551 
553 
560 
581 
594 
603 
607 
610 
611 
613 
639 
644 
645 
650 
669 
672 
696 
699 
7iK) 
701 
703 
730 
731 
768 
781 
792,793 
804 
807 
810 
812 
814 
815 
823 
8-27 
841 
891 
• 892 
898 
899 
915 
916 
919 A 
923 
927 
935 
937 
939 
948 



Claiinanta. 



Francis Nolan 

Moaea Moke 

Francis Aoae 

Robert Wulflng 

Vicente CastAUza 

Gabriel Abrams 

J. J. Wenckler 

Goo. Pen Jobunton et eU 

James L. Springer 

Alexander K. Barrington 

Aaa E.Wilde 

William Perry 

Bartlett & liorge 

Mildred Standisb 

Louia Dusenberg 

Mar^' Ann Courow 

S. Kearny Parsons 

John McMerty , 

Samuel Adams 

J. S. Manasscc & Co 

Smith Bowen 

George W. Morton 

Benjamin Weil 

Kudolfo Dressel , 

Jacob Campbell 

Samuel L. Smith 

Darid C. Bardin 

James E. Harwell 

Ben iamin Elliott , 

RiHiolph Brach 

Peter Blohm 

George Laner , 

Eugene Pigeon 

John S.Ciipps 

BartoloC. Hicks 

G. L. Macmauns 

La Abra Silver Mining Company. .. 

Raphael M. Mill.r 

Thadeus Amatetal 

J.E. Smith eta< 

Starr & Merritt 

Daniel Green 

Isaac Moses, assignee 

John P. Kelsey 

Francisco Yturria 

Joseph A. Costa 

Christine Eigendoif, administratrix. 
Emilio Robert r 

C. W. &M.B. Lander 

Harvey Lake 

James M. Taylor 

Charles Nordhauson 

Jean N. Zerman 

Jonaa Marks & Co 

Louis P. Levy 

Alexander H. Levy 

A. F. Marshall 

A.O.Strickland 

D. D. Braiuard & Co 

Thomas C. Baker 

Eugenic Roque de Garrate 

James W. Stephens 

George Moore 

Heirs of C. M. Donoughho 

Alexander H. Dixson 

George H. Buxton 

Henry Stevens Schreok's heirs 

A-F. Laiifranco 

Louia Weil 



Alfred Jeannotat 

Hannah S.Johnson 

Theodore Webster's fulministrator. 

J. D.Pradel 

do 

do 

J. F. Llabarria 

Joshua Baker 

G. M. Prevost 

A MorriU 

Mariano T. Garza 

Aaron Brooks 

Andrew Crosas 

Julius Alvarez 

F. Dastugue 

Joseph A. Howard 

James Wright 

Frederick A. Newton 

M. L. Knapp 

Arco Mining Company 

Dionisio Reach 

John Cole 



In U. S. cur- 
rency. 



$2,525 00 



3,282 08 



11,683 18 



2,100 00 



In U. S. gold 
coin. 



1,671 83 



7, 980 17 



2,191 85 
936 74 



7,100 00 



2,600 00 

2,600 00 

200 00 

9, 761 92 



100 00 



9.856 64 
2,230 77 



100 00 



5,581 85 
100 00 



4,829 59 



6,537 85 



892 97 



100 00 

100 00 

11,100 00 

4,000 00 



500 00 
550 00 



#1,000 00 
1,000 00 



2,.')33 06 



4, 675 82 



3, 321 75 



9, 164 79 



In Mexican 
gold dollars. 



f 1, 694 69 
"'"506*00 



14, 649 00 



66,623 68 



11, 787 30 



3,399 75 



970 ;o 
3,567 66 



47, 669 51 



378 99 



6. 538 74 
32,101 92 



19, 616 22 



16. 650 96 
42, 486 30 



50,497 26 

50,828 76 

3, 161 73 



3, 237 34 
487,*8i6'68 



15,656 46 



1, 673 48 
'4,*346*74 



1,097 71 

500 00 

683,041 32 

964,676'79 



16, 649 31 

""soo 66 

'2,666*66 



4,250 30 



40 20 
1,321 57 
1,000 00 
52,581 37 
2, 000 00 
2,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,588 20 



33, 795 07 

1, 635 18 

14. 868 99 



20. 667 62 

10, 000 00 

8.000 00 

34. ()2rt 45 

9, 947 94 

889 39 

40, 614 90 

10, 455 89 

13, 600 00 

37, 947 40 

2. 685 04 

1,509 47 

1. <'85 46 

3, 149 70 



1,069 02 
256 66 
532 46 



141 19 

3, 259 51 

924 39 

71,109 38 



Aggregate. 



S. Ex, 31- 



10 



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Awards in favor of the United States against Mexico — Con tinned. 



Docket 
number. 



970 
975 
991 



Alfred Howell 

T. Gourrier. 

James B. Kindred 



Clairoantfl. 



TotalA 

Total awards against Uuitod States. 



Balance 



In TJ. S. cur- 
rency. 



1402, 942 04 
89,410 17 



313,531 87 



In U. S. gold 
coin. 



$426, 624 98 
10, 559 67 



416, 065 31 



In Mexican 
gold dollars. 



11, 137 56 
2,000 00 
1,500 00 



3,896,055 18 
50,528 57 



3, 245, 526 61 



Aggregate. 



14, 125, 622 SO 
150, 498 41 



3, 975, 123 79 



Atpards against the United States in favor of Mexico. 



Docket 
number. 



9 
119 
135 
293 

358 A 

358 B 

374 bis A 

" B 

•* C 

" D 

•• E 

" G 

398 

545 

570, 820, 821 

TJ6 



374 
374 
374 
374 
374 



Claimants. 



Santiago do la Crnz 

Dolores C. de S«nTauo 

Bernardo Revilla 

Maria Juana Ilernandcz, and 149 other claimants, at Picdras 
Negras. 

Eduardo I^rron 

Jos6 Ferrer 

Jom6 Maria Ancira 

Isabel Larralde 

Jesus Jiminez 

Julian Cbapa 

Nicolas Larralde 

Rafael Espinosa 

Heirs of Pe<lro Annendaris 

Dionisio Pcna 

Matea Collet 

Heirs of Pedro Jos6 de la Garza 



In IT. S. cur- 
rency. 



Totals. 



1654 84 



50,000 00 

11,187 75 
5, 167 58 



14.300 00 



8,100 00 



89, 410 17 



In n. S. gold 
coin. 



110, 559 67 



10, 559 67 



In Mexican 
gold dollars. 



|a,774 18 
21,500 49 



7,261 74 
3,321 44 
309 22 
3.066 63 
2, 468 47 
7,146 40 



2,680 00 



50, 528 57 



Aggregate. 



$150, 498 41 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 1 1 



[iDoloeure 2.] 

FINAL REPORT 

OF 

J. HUBLEY A.SHT01Sr, Esq., 

AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION 

TO 

THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Washington, January 29, 1877. 

Sib : As the Agent of the United States before the commission constituted by the convention 
of July 4, 1868, for the adjustment of claims between the United States and the Mexican Republic, 
1 bad the honor, on the 23d of November last, to report to you the general results of the action of 
the commission upon the claims laid before it by the respective governments, and to transmit sched- 
ules respectively of the claims on the part of citizens of the United States against the Mexican 
Republic, and of the claims on the part of citizens of the Mexican Republic against the United 
Slates, in which ^awards of money were made by the Commissioners and the Umpire s, showing the 
amounts of the respective awards, and of the several balances in favor of citizens of the United 
States, in the three kinds of money in which the awards are expressed. 

The schedules transmitted, undercover of my letter of the 23d of November, contain only the 
names and docket numbers of the several cases laid before the commission by the two governments, 
in which awards of money were made by the Commissioners or the Umpires in favor of the respect- 
ive claimants. 

I have now the honor to transmit the accompanying schedules, containing all the claims pre- 
sented to the commission on the part of citizens of the United States against the Mexican Republic, 
and on the part of citizens of the Mexican Republic against the United States, in their order as 
tiled and numbtTrd on the American and Mi^xican dockets, respectively ; showing the names of the 
claimants, the general subjects-matter of tiieir respective claims, the times when and the places where 
they arosi% the amounts claimed, the nature of the iiiiald ecisions thereon, whether by the Commis- 
sioners or the Umpire, and, where allowed, the amounts of money awarded the respective claim- 
ants, as stated in my previous report of the 23d of November ultimo. 

These schedules exhibit, in a condensed form, of course, the general nature and character of 
the claims referred to the commission by the respective governments, and the results of its labors 
in the investigation and decision of those claims; and they will doubtless be found very useful to 
the Department as means of obtaining ready information, from time to time, in regard to the action 
of the commission in particular cases. There is also transmitted an index to the schedule of Amer- 
ican claims by docket numbers. 

The convention of July 4, 1868, was the second treaty concluded between the United States 
and the Mexican Republic, for the adjustment of private claims through the instrumentality of a 
joint or mixed commission. 

The convention of April II, 1839, provided for the submission of the claims of citizens of the 
United States upon the Mexican Government, to a board composed of four commissioners, two ap- 
pointed by the President of the United States and two by the President of the Mexican Republic, 
and, in case of their disagreement, to an arbiter or umpire appointed by and acting in behalf of 
His Majesty the King of Prussia. 

Under that convention the Hon. William L. Marcy and the Hon. John Rowan (the latter suc- 
ceeded by the Hon. H. M. Brackenridge) were appointed the commissioners on the part of the 
United States, and Senors Pedro Fernandez del Castillo and Joaquin Valasqnez de Leon, the com- 
missioners on the part of the Mexican Republic. His Majesty the King of Prussia appointed the 
Baron von Roenue to act as umpire in his behalf. 

This commission adjudged a number of the claims laid before it, but its time expired before the 
completion of itswork, and the undC'Cided cases remained unsettled until after the conclusion of 
the treaty of peace of February 2, 1848, known as the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. 

By the thirteenth article of that treaty the United States engaged to assume the claims decided 



12 UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

against Mexico under the convention of 1839 ; and by the fifteenth article they exonerated that 
republic from all claims of American citizens, not theretofore decided, which had arisen prior to 
February 2, 1848, and a^eed to make compensation for sut^h claims, to an amount not exceeding 
three and a quarter millions of dollars. 

By the fifteenth article of the treaty of 1848 it was also agreed that, to ascertain the validity 
and amount of the outstanding and undecided claims from wliich Mexico was thus exonerated, a 
board of commissioners should be established by the United States, whose awards should be final 
and conclusive. 

The act of March 3, 1849, provided for such a board, and the Hon. George Evans, the Hon. 
Robert T. Paine, and the Hon. Caleb B. Smith were appointed the commissioners. 

All claims on the part of citizens of the United States against the Mexican Bepublic, arising 
out of transactions prior to the 2d of February, 1848, were thus finally adjusted by means of the 
mixed commission under the convention of 1839, and the ex parte commission under the treaty of 
Guadalupe-Hidalgo. 

The convention of July 4, 1868, under which the late commission derived its authority, was 
entered into for the pur])ose of adjusting the claims of citizens of the United States against the 
Mexican Republic, and the claims of citizens of the Mexican Republic against the United States, 
arising out of transactions of a date subsequent to the 2d of February, 1848 ; and the object of the 
convention, as declared by its preiimble, was "to maintain and increase the friendly feeling be- 
tween the United States and the Mexican Republic, and so to strengthen the system and principles 
of republican government on the American continent.'' 

The jurisdiction of the commissioners extended to all claims on the part of corporations, com- 
panies, or private individuals, citizens of the United States, upon the government of the Mexican 
Republic, arising from injuries to their persons or property by authorities of the Mexican Republic,, 
and of all claims on the part of corporations, companies, or private individuals, citizens of the Mex- 
ican Eepublic, upon the Government of the United States, arising from injuiies to their persons or 
property by authorities of the United States, which may have been presented to either government 
for its interposition with the other since the signature of the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo of the 
2d of February, 1848, and which remained unsettled, as well as to any other such claims which 
might be presented within eight months from the day of their first meeting. 

The convention provided that every claim should be presented to the Commissioners within 
eight months from the day of their first meeting, unless in cases where reasons for delay should be 
established, when the period for presenting the claims might be extended to a time not exceeding 
three months longer. 

These claims were to be impartially and carefully examined by the Commissioners, and decided 
" to the best of their judgment according to public law, justice, and equity,'' and the high contract- 
ing parties agreed to consider the result of the proceedings of the commission " a just, perfect, and 
final settlement of every claim upon either government, arising out of any transaction of a date 
prior to the exchange of the ratifications of the convention." 

The jurisdiction of the commission embraced, therefore, claims arising out of transactions sub- 
sequent to the 2d of February, 1848, and prior to the 1st of February, 18G9, the date of the exchange 
of the ratifications of the convention. 

The respective governments agreed to give full efifect to the decisions of the Commissioners or 
Umpire, ** without any objection, evasion, or delay whatsoever;" and further engaged that all claims 
within the jurisdiction of the commission, whether presented or not for its consideration, should, 
from and after the conclusion of its proceedings, ^^ be considered and treated as finally settled, 
barred, and thenceforth inadmissible." 

One commissioner was to be appointed by each government; and the two were to name some 
third person to act as umpire in cases in which they might differ in opinion, and if they failed to 
agree upon such person, each commissioner was to name an umpire, and the umpire in every case 
in which the commissioners disagreed was to be selected by lot from these two. 

The convention provided that each government might name one person to attend the commis- 
sioners as agent on its behalf, to present and support claims in its behalf, and to answer claims 
made upon it, and to represent it generally in all matters connected with the investigation and 
decision of the claims. 

The commissioners and the umpire were required to keep an accurate record and correct min- 
utes of their proceedings, and for that purpose to appoint two secretaries versed in the language of 
both countries to assist them in the transaction of the business of the commission. 

Such were some of the more important provisions of the convention of July 4, 1868, which was 
apparently framed upon the general model of jbhe British and American convention of February 8, 
1853, for the adjustment of private claims between the United States and Great Britain. 

The Hon. William Henry Wadsworth, of Kentucky, was appointed the Commissioner on the 
part of the United States, and Seiior Don Francisco Gomez Palacio was first appointed Commis- 
sioner on the part of the Mexican Republic. He was succeeded by General Leon Guzman, who was 
succeeded by Seuor Don Manuel Maria de Zamacona. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 13 

The ComuiissioDers, after various conferences, named Dr. Francis Lieber, of the Stat 
York, to act as Umpire. 

• Dr. Lieber having died on the 2il of October, A. D. 1872, the Commissioners agreed upon the 
Kight Honorable Sir Edward Thornton, K. C. B., Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary to the United States of Her Mnjesty the Queen of Great Britain, as Umpire. 

Joseph Hnbley Ashton, esq., of Pennsylvania, was named by the President of the United States 
the Agent of the United States before the commission, and the Hon. Caleb Cushing, of Massachu- 
setts, was named by.the President of the Mexican liepublic the Agent to attend the commission on 
behalf of Ihat government. Mr. Cushing was succeeded by Seiior Don Manuel Aspiroz, and he, in 
turn, by Senor Don Eleuterio Avila, who continued in the i)erformance of his duties to the termi- 
nation ot the commission. 

The Agent of the United States was assisted in the performance of his duties, at different times, 
by the Hon. William Marvin, of New York, and the Hon. Charles P. James, of Ohio. 

Mr. George G. Gaither, of Kentucky, and Senor Don J. Carlos Mexia, of the city of Mexico, 
were appointed the Secretaries ot the commission. Upon the resignation of Mr. Gaither, Mr. Ran- 
dolph Co.yle, of the city ot Washington, was appointed one of the Secretaries, and continued in the 
execution of his duties till the close of the commission. 

The tirst meeting of the ( ommissioners occurred on the 3lst of July, 1869. At the expiration 
of eight months therefrom the Commissioners, under the authority of the third article of the con- 
vention, extemled the time for presenting claims to a further period of three months. 

As the convention provided that all claims which might have been presented to either govern 
ment for its interposition with the other, since the signature of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of 
February 2, 1848, as well as claims which might be presented within the time specitied in article 
HI, should be referred to the eoinmission; and further, that all claims not presented to the notic4^ 
of. made, preferre<l, or laid before the commission, should be considered and treated as finally set- 
tled and barred, the respective governments caused all applications for redress coming within the 
period prescribed by the convention, to be submitted for the action of the commission. 

Mr. Seward, writing to Mr. Corwiu, the American Minister to Mexico, on the 0th of April, I8G2, 
said: 

"1 tind the archives here full of complaints against the Mexican government for violations of 
contracts and spoliations and cruelties practiced against American citizens. These complaints have 
been lodged in this Department from time to time, during the long reign of civil war in which the 
factions of Mexico have kept that country involved, with a view to having them made the basis of 
denmnds for indemnity and satisfaction, whenever government should regain in that country suffi- 
cient solidity to assume a character of responsibility." 

Soon after the organization of the commission the claims and complaints lodged in the Depart- 
ment of State and in the American Legation at the city of Mexico, since the 2d of February, 1848, 
were transmitted by the Secretary of State to the commission, and the cases were placed upon the 
docket of American claims. The greater number of American claims laid before the comaiission 
were brought, for the first time, to the notice of the Government aftt^r the conclusion of the conven- 
tion, and within the eleven months allowed for the submission of claims to the commission. 

The American claims presented to the Department of State prior to the conclusion of the con- 
vention, and referred to the commission at its organization, numbered 330, while the American 
claims brought to the attention of that Department after the organization of the commission, and 
referred by the Secretary of State within the eleven months from the date of the first meeting of 
the Commissioners, numbered 687. 

The following is a statement of the number of claims against each government, laid before the 
commission, and the conventional period within which they were referred: 

AgaiDst Mex* Against tho 
ioo. United States. 

Witbio the eight months from the tiret meeting, which expired March 31, 1870 b94 908 

Within the additional three months, which ended June 30, 1870..... 123 90 



Totals 1,017 998 

In my letter of November 23, 1876, it is stated that the 1,017 claims on the part of citizens of 
the United States against Mexico aggregated, including damages and interest, $470,126,613.40 ; and 
that the 998 claims on the part of Mexican citizens against the United States aggregated the sum 
of $86,661,891.15. 

The convention of July 4, 1868, limited the period for the duration of the commission to two 
years and six months from the day of the first meeting of the Commissioners, which period expired 
on January 31, 1872. 

By the subsequent conventions of April 19, 1871, November 27, 1872, and November 20, 1874, 
the time for the duration of the commission was prolonged until the 31st day of January, 1876. 

The convention of November 20, 1874, provided that, if the umpire should not have decided 



14 UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

all the claims referred to bim by the 3Ist day of January, 1876, when the fanctions of the commis- 
sioners would terminate under that convention, he should be allowed a further period of not more 
than six months for that puriK)se. 

It appearing that the Umpire would probably be unable to decide all the cases referred to him 
by the 31st of July, 1876, it was agreed by the convention of April 29, 1876, that he should be 
allowed a further period until the 20th day of November, 1876, for that purpose. 

By the labors of theacconiplisheil Umpire, Sir Edward Thornton, all the claims laid before the 
commission by the respective governments were finally disposed of within that period and the busi- 
ness brought to a close. 

It is not surprising that the commission required more than the time originally allowed for the 
completion of the task assigned to it. It was not until June 30, 1870, that its dockets were fully 
made up, and then they disclosed the existence of over 2,000 cases to be investigated and decided. 
The area of time covered by these cases was over twenty years. The transactions involved in them 
ha<i occurred principally in the territory of the Mexican Republic, where the evidence both for the 
claimants and the defendant governments was chiefly to be obtained. The proofs were to be taken 
in two languages, those adduced by the Mexican government being wholly in the Spanish language, 
and when presented they were to be translated into English for the use of the commission. The 
documents accompanying the claims, when referred to the commission, contained very meagre 
information in regard either to the citizenship of the claimants or the merits of their cases. In 
very few instances h^id the claims undergone any examination previous to their reference to the 
commission; and no case was ready for hearing, even on the part of the claimant, when it came 
before the commission. It may be said that all the work of preparing tlie cases for hearing, as 
well on the part of the claimants as on the part of the governments, was to be done after the cast's 
were placed upon the dockets. 

Justice to the governments defending against the claims required that they should be allowed 
time for investigating the facts and obtaining evidence in answer to the claimants' proofs ; and after 
the presentation of the defensive evidence, the same consideration remlered it proper that the 
claimants should be allowed some opportunity to tile rebutting evidence. 

It was unfortunate that no provision could be made for printing the records and the arguments 
in all the cases. The rules of the commission required nothing to be printed except the memorials. 
The proofs and the arguments were in all cases, except the few instances when the claimants or the 
governments incurred the ex(>ense of printing, submitted in writing, and the Commissioners, as 
well as the Umpire and Counsel, were obliged to study them in the original manuscripts. 

The proof, if printed and bound, would no doubt have filled at least 300 octavo volumes of six 
hundred or eight hundred pages each. 

The Spanish proofs generally, and very often the English documents, were required to be 
translate<i before the cases were ready for submission. 

As disagreement between the Commissioners was the rule and agreement the exception, the 
decision of the Umpire was invoked in a large proportion of the contested Ccises; and in all the 
cases referred to the Umpire, two separate and independent hearings occurred upon the proofs and 
arguments. 

The Commissioners deemed it proper, at the outset of their labors, to give reasons for their 
judgments and action, in carefully-prepared opinions; and this practice was followed by eiich of 
the gentlemen who acted as Umpire. The opinions of the Commissioners and the Umpire are 
recorded, and they will be found to contain valuable contributions to the law of international recla- 
mations. 

The functions of the commission were suspended for a time by an occurrence whicli transpired 
shortly after Mr. Commissioner Guzman took his seat as a member of the board. 

Among the claims referred to the commission by the Mexican government were a large number 
of claims against the United States growing out of depredations alleged to have been committed 
in the territory of Mexico by Indians coming from the territory of the United States, between the 
M of February, 1848, and the 30th of December, 1853, the date of what is known as the Gailsilen 
treaty. 

These claims were some 366 in number, and involved an aggregate sum of over thirty-one 
millions of dollars. They were founded upon the su|)posed obligations of the eleventh article of 
the treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo, relative to the restraint by the Government of the United States 
of the incursions of Indians from its territory into the territory of the Mexican Republic, and 
involve imiK)rtant questions touching the construction of the second article of the treaty of 1853. 

Mr. Commissioner Wadsworth and Mr. Commissioner Palacio having failed to agree upon the 
questions involved in those cases, the Commissioners, on the 8th of May, 1872, filed their disagree- 
ing opinions, and referred the claims, upon the motion of the agent of the United States to dismiss 
them, to the Umpire, Dr. Lieber, by an order duly entered of record, which also directed the Mexi- 
can Secretary to deliver the papers to the Umpire. 

On the 24th of June following, General Guzman took his seat as a member of the commission, 
and the papers in these cases not having been delivered to the Umpire, General Guzman assumed 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 15 

the right, upon various pretenses, to interfere with the execution by the Mexican Secretary of the 
order of theCouimissioners entered on the 8th of May. 

After making every effort to maintain the authority of the board and of the Umpire, and to secure 
the objects of the conv^ention, and finding Mr. Commissioner Guzman to be fixed in his determina- 
tion to prevent the due execution of the order of the board of May 8, and withhold the claims for 
Indian depredations from the Umpire, and thus defeat the objects of the convention, Mr. Commis- 
sioner WadHworth, on the 2()th of July, 1872, filed his written protest against the action of his col- 
league, and referred the difficulty to the two governments, through their respective agents. The 
matter was adjusted by the withdrawal of General Guzrpan, and the appointment of Senor Zama- 
coua as Commissioner on the part of Mexico. 

That gentleman took his seat as a member of the board on August 19, 1873. Dr. Lieber hav- 
ing died before that time, the first duty devolving upon the board, after Mr. Commissioner Zama- 
cona became a member of it, was the selection of an umpire. 

The selection was not made until October, 1873, when the Commissioners agreed to name His 
Excellency Sir Edward Thornton as their Umpire. 

It may be mentioned that soon afterward, the leading test case in the class of so-called Indian 
depredation claims (that of liafael Aguirre vs. The United States) was submitted to the Umpire, who 
rendered his decision, allowing the moti(m t<> dismiss the same, tiled by the agent of the United States ; 
and, pursuant to that judgment, all the claims of that class were finally dismissed by the Commis- 
sioners. 

The following Is a stiitement of the mode in which the cases upon the two dockets wore dis- 
pose<l of, by the action of the Commissioners and the Umpire and otherwise: 

American Mexican 
ducliet. docket. 

Nnmber of oases docidcd by concnrronco of Cornmi8<tioner8 W.iflswortb and Palacio 5^27 314 

Number of cases dc^cided by concurrence of CoininiMsioners Wadswortb and Guzman 

Number of cases decide<l by concurrence of Comniissioners Wadswortb and Zamacona 353 594 

Number of cases decided by Dr. Lieber, as Umpire r 20 15 

Nuuiber of cases decided by Sir EI ward Thornton, as Umpire 31>8 62 

Number of cases coimolidated with otber cases 12 l.J 

Number of cases withdrawn, as arising too late, or for other reasons 7 

Totals 1.017 998 

Of the American claims decided by concurrence between Commissioners Wadsworth and 
Palacio, money awards were msule in 40, and 187 were dismissed; while of the Mexican claims 
decided by concurrence of the same Commissioners, money awards were made in 154, and 160 were 
dismissed. 

Commissioners Wadsworth and Zamacona concnrred in money awards in favor of 3 American 
claimants, and in the dismissal of 350 American claims; while of the Mexican claims, they con- 
curred in making money awards in 8 cases, and in the dismissal of 586 cases. 

It appears from the foregoing table that Sir Edward Thornton decided 460 cases. He st.ates 
in his final opinion that he had decided 404 cases. The discrepancy of four cases arises, no doubt, 
from the fact that several cases were referred to him twice, once upon some preliminary question, 
such as citizenship, and again upon the merits. 

The cases were investigated by Sir Edward Thornton with conscientious care, without the aid 
and the facilities afforded by printed records and printed arguments; and the four hundred and 
odd opinions from his pen in the records of the commission, manifest the labor, ability, diligence 
and intelligence with which he performed his arduous duties. ^ 

The evidence in the cases of the American claims against Mexico was taken, and the special 
arguments in those cases on the f^ts were prepared by the private agents or counsel of the 
claimants, the Agent of the United States assuming no responsibility in regard to the proofs. 

In many cases of that class, however, involving general or important questions of law, especially 
of public law, affecting classes of cases, the agent of the United States deemed it his duty to pre- 
pare such arguments upon those questions, as he thought would be useful to the Commissioners and 
the Umpire. 

A considerable period of time, at the outset of the commission, before the completion of the 
proofs, was occupied in the discussion of general questions of law raised by way of exceptions, or 
motions to dismiss in the nature of demurrers to the memorials. 

This discussion was conducted almost wholly by written or printed arguments between the 
agents of the two governments. 

But in the cases of the Mexican claims against the United States, the duty and responsibility 
of preparing the defense of the government devolved throughout entirely upon the Agent of the 
United States. He endeavored to make a thorough investigation of those claims through all 
accessible sources of information, and to collect and present to the commission, all evidence in 
answer to them, in the possession of the government, or obtainable by the examination of wit- 
nesses cognizant of the transactions. With this view special agents, by his advice, were sent out 
to Mexico by the government, charged with the duty of investigating several of the more important 



16 UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

classes of Mexican claims in the localities where they were said to have arisen, and much valuable 
and important testimony was thus obtained and laid before the commission, on the part of the 
United States. 

It would require careful reports of the cases to exhibit the diflSculty, variety and importance 
of the questions, both of fact and municipal and public law, submitted to the determination of 
this commission, and the results of the decisions rendered by the Commissioners and the Umpires. 

The Commissioners, at the outset of their labors, as has been stated, deemed it proper to state 
the reasons for their decisions in written opinions carefully prepared after the submission of the 
cases upon the evidence, and the writtep or printed arguments of counsel. This practice was 
adopted by each of the gentlemen who acted as umpire. 

The Commissioners wrote out their opinions, not only in those cases where they were able to 
agree, but also in those cases where they failed to agree, and called the Umpire to their assistance. 

Where they were able to agree as to the disposition proper to be made of a particular case, 
their opinion was sometimes prepared and delivered by one member of the board, while in most such 
cases they filed separate opinions. Where they diliered, each Commissioner habitually stated, more 
or less at length, his own views in writing, and the opinions of the two Commissioners were trans- 
mitted, with the documents, evidence aiui arguments of counsel on file in the particular case, to 
the Umpire, who had thus before him in writing the confiicting views and arguments of the two 
Commissioners. 

The opinions of the Commissioners and the Umpires were recorded by the Secretaries in both 
languages, and fill several large books now in the possession of the Department. 

It may be deemed proper at some future time to print the more important opinions, and then 
an intelligible and useful report of the cases adjudged by the commission may be prepared. 

A book of such reports would be found useful to the government and all future commissions 
in the investigation and decision of international claims. 

In closing this report, I feel constrained to express my sincere acknowledgments and profound 
thanks to you, Mr. Secretary, for the great- and unfailing courtesy and kttldness which I have 
received from you throughout the whole period when it was my duty and my pleasure alike to con- 
fer with yon or to receive your instructions in regard to the business of the commission. I shall 
always remember with pleasure the patient consideration you gave to every subject connected with 
that business, which I had occasion to bring before you, and the wisdom of all your suggestions, 
whenever I sought your advice, not only on account of the personal obligations under which your 
kindness placed me, but because I obtsiined some slight insight into those high qualities which 
have enabled you to crown your administration of the foreign afi'airs of the country with great 
achievements. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. HUBLEY ASHTON. 

Hon. Hamilton Fish, 

Secretary of State, 



SCHEDULE OF AMERICAN CLAIMS 



AGAINST THB 



MEXICAN REPUBLIC. 



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S<:judule of American Claims agaifut Mexico, presented to ihe Joint Commiaeion 



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10 
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94 

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96 

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Name of olaimant. 



Thomas O. Herriman 

Tehnantepeo Ck>mpaDy 

William H. MoElhaney 

A.VattolliDa 

Isaac Liehtner's administrator 
(Joseph A. Clay.) 

JonasP.Levy 

Francis W. Rice 



The steamer Commodore Stock- 
ton, Balph S. Fretz, claimant ; 
afterward C. K. Garrison, snr- 
riving partner of Garrison &, 
Fretz. 

Henry Mayer 



aV.RRyan 



William W. Snelling. by George 

F. Appleby, administrator. 
Martin Pannetral 



Michael Limpach 

Charles Henry Emile Jnnge 

Gardner Mossman, master of 

brig H. Kellooh. 
Lewis Hulsemann 



Robert B. Kingsbury . 



Abel H. Halsted 

Bartolo S. Reeves 

Labmere, Sanchez &, Co 



Mathien Thomas, captain of brig 

AJert. 
Albert Speyers 



Albert Speyers 



John P. Pntegnat's heirs. 



Joan A. Robinson. 



J. M. Bryant 



Joseph W.Smith.. 

Simon Myers 

William P. Barnes 



Charles C. Mffller 

George Edward and Mary Caro- 
line Burr. 
A.B.Hannum 



Lncien Mathien. 



Elizabeth A. Evans, widow, and 
L. W; Evans, administrator of 
Henry L. Evans, deceased. 

Solomon Migel 



William Stfircke. 
David D. Porter. . 



Steamboat Warren, Thomas W. 
Reed and Badd H. Fry, claim- 
ants. 

Charles Taussig, administrator 
of Maurice Taussig. 

John Poloney 



Nature of claim. 



Hlegal imprisonment 

Yiolations of concession for construction of Te- 
hnantepeo Railroad. 

Illegal imprisonment and robbery at the bands 
of a party of Mexican lancers. 

Illegal imprisonment by civil authorities 

Unlawfal seiznre and detention of a stock of 
merchandise and consequent basiness embar- 
rassments. 

Unlawful exactions of dnties on imports, and 
arrest and detention. 

Illegal imprisonment, while United States con- 
sul at Acapnlco, Mexico, in connection with 
the affair or the steamer Commodore Stockton. 
(Vide No. 8.) 

Seizure and judicial sale of steamer Commodore 
Stockton, in violation of claimant's rights as 
holders of a bottomry bond thereon. 



Unlawful seizure and detention of merchandise 
and consequent damage to business. 

Illegal arrest while United States consnl pro 
tern. 

Illegal igrest and imprisonment with the pas- 
sengers of the Patrita. 

Imprisonment, robbery of store, and expulsion 
from Guaymas. 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment as a passenger 
ofthe Patrita. 

Illegal arrest and cruel imprisonment with the 
passengers of the Patrita. 

Arrest and imprisonment and seizure of stores 
of brig H. Kelloch. (See case No. 102.) 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment with the pss- 
sengers of the Patrita. 

Losses consequent upon unlawful exactioDS of 
duty on tobacco, in violation of the nineteenth 
article of the treatv of Guadalape- Hidalgo. 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 

Expulsion Arom his ranch by order of General 

Miguel Bruno. 
Damages consequent upon allowing other mer- 
chants to import goods at less duties than 

those established by tariff 1856. 
Detention of brig Alert and of claimant ^n 

board the same. 
Illegal seizure of coin by custom-house authori- 
ties. 
Seizure of merchandise, and unlawful exaction 

of duties on goods introduced under the Avalos 

tariff. 
Destruction of merchandise in an attack on Mat- 

amoros by troops under command of General 

J. M. J. CTarvi^aL 
Forced abandonment of home and business by 

reason of alleged persecutions by authorities 

and popnlace. 
False imprisonment with the passengers of the 

Patrita, and guuiihot wound inflicted at time 

of his escape. 
Imprisonment and seizure of property 

Hlegal arrest and imprisonment as one of the 

passengers of the Patrita. 
False imprisonment; one of the passengers of 

the Patrita. 

Hlegal seizure of lands 

Damages to mining interest and confiscation of 

dwelling. 
Illegal arrest and imprisonment and damage to 

professional practice as a physician. 
False imprisonment by civil authorities 

Robbery and murder of Henry L. Evans, by 

military authorities, for supposed complicity 

with the Crabb expedition. 
Illegal seizure and appropriation of jewelry 

store and stock by civil authorities under aa- 

ministration of ^loaga. 

Hlegal exaction of dnties on merchandise 

Compensation for three years' service (and prize 

money) as commander-in-chief of Mexican 

navv, and a land-grant made in consideration 

of those services. 
Seizure of steamboat Warren and cargo, and 

illegal arrest and imprisonment. 

Balance on divers business transactions between 
claimant and Mexican government. 

Seizure of goods on board steamer General Vega, 
and false arrest and imprisonment. 



When. 



1847 to 1854 
1851 to 1859 



June 8, 1848, to Au- 
gust 31, 1849. 

March, 1851 

Joly to October, 1853. 



1849 to 18Sf . 
June, 1859. .. 



June, t859. 



November, 1852 

February 93, 1852... 

March and April, 

1854. 
July 13 to 16.1854... 



March and April, 

1854. 
January to April, 

1854. 
January 29, 1854 ... 

March and April, 

1854. 
February 2, 1849 



February to June. 

1855. 
August, 1848 

April 15, 1856 



January 27 to Feb- 
ruary 21, 1855. 
March 1, 1851 

January, 1852 



October. 1651 



March 28, 1854 



March and April, 
1854. 

December 4, 1854, to 
November 26, 1855. 

March and April, 
1854. 

— do 



April 21, 1854 
April 16, 1858 



May 10 to 27, 1853... 

January 23 to May 3, 

1855. 
April 10 or 15, 1857.. 



June 15, 1858 



Aug. to Oct., 1853 
1826 to 1829 



May to August, 1849. 



April 15, 1862 
1858 and 1859. 



Where. 



City of Mexico 

Istdmus of Tehnantepeo . 

Pnebla and near Orizaba. 



Vera Cruz . 
Chihuahua. 



Vera Cruz 
Acapnlco . 



do 



Chihuahua 

Front era de Tabasco ... 

Guaymas 

do 

do 

Guaymas and Mazatlan. 

Goatzacoaloos ■ 

Guaymas 

Matamoros 



Colima 

Near Tabasco. 
Tampico 



Guaymas 

Matamoros 

Monterey and Linares 



Matamoros 



Guaymas 



do 



La Paz... 
Guaymas 
do.- 



Minatitlan 

City of Mexico. 



San Ygnacio 
Minatitlan . . 
Altar 



City of Mexico 
Vera Cruz 



On the Rio Grande 



City of Mexico 
Mazatlan 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



19 



of the United States and Mexico ^ {under convention of July 4, 1868.) 



AmouDt 
claimed. 



Not stated. 
$5,283,000 00 

Not Atated. 

40,000 00 

60,000 00 

and interest. 

116, 919 41 

50.000 00 



195.000 00 

106,389 00 

Not stated. 

70,000 00 

90.D00 00 

Not staled. 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

150,000 00 

S.055 70 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,300 00 

17,600 00 

1,000 00 

635,000 00 

3,000 00 

175, 000 00 

100.000 00 

Not stated. 

Not stated. 

150,000 00 

Not stated. 
Not stated. 

50.000 00 

190,^39 00 

179,540 00 

..o,tSM 00 



34.633 ao 
Not stated. 



When 
decided. 



63,673 29 

99, 328 66 
90,000 00 



Jan- 17, 1H72 
Jan. 17,1874 

Nov. 6,1873 

Jan. 17,1873 
May 19, 1875 



Jane 9,1874 
Apr. 10, 1873 

Nov. 7,1871 

Sept. 30, 1874' 
Jan. 17,1872 
Jan. 35. 1875 
Nov. 6, 1873 
May 19, 1875 
Sept 30, 1874 
May 19, 1875 
Jan. 85,1875 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 
do 



do. 



do. 

Umpire 



Con^nisftioners 
Umpire 



do. 



Ang. 3,1871 
Nov. 39, 1875 
Nov. 6,1873 

Mar. 6,1874 
Jan. 17,1873 
Apr. 10,1872 

May 3,1871 

Nov. 6,1873 

Apr. 34, 1871 

Jan. 17,1872 

May 19, 1875 

Apr. 34, 1871 

Jan. 17,1872 
Nov. 13, 1873 

Feb. 3,1875 

Nov. 7,1871 

Nov. 89, 1875 

Sept 30. 1874 



Nov. 13, 1873 
Jan. 17,1873 



Nov. 13, 1873 

Nov. 89, 1875 
Jan. 80,1873 



CommiMloners 

do 

do 

do 

..... do 

do... 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 



.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 
do 



do. 

do 

Umpire . 



Commissioners 



do 
do 



do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



Nature of decision. 



Award. 



United States 
carrency. 



Dismissed 

Consolidated with No. 57. 

Mexico. 
Diffmtsaed 



Sloo V9. 



..do 
,. .do 



do 

Award. 



.do 



Dismissed . 

do.... 

Award 

Dismissed . 

do.... 

do.... 

Disallowed 
Dismissed . 
do.... 



Award 

Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
.do 
do 



Award. 



Dismissed 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award — 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 

Award. 
do 



Dismissed 



.do 
.do 



.do 

.do 
.do 



14,000 00 



44, 710 96 



5,100 00 



1,600 00 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 

ROld. 



5,089 48 



7,600 00 



5,100 00 



3,100 00 



•94,316 88 



20 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against Mexico j presented to the Joint Commission 



B 



a . 



41 
42 



43 

44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

59 

60 

61 

62 
63 

64 

65 

66 

67 
68 

69 
70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 
76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 

82 

83 
84 



Name of olaimaot. 



Anthony SUws 

MichAelB. Evans 

Frederick V. W. Rathbono 

James W. Zacbarie, curator of 

estate of J. S. Hixon. 
W.M.J.Hm 

O. M. Smith, William P. Clem- 
ents, and Thomas P. Davis. 
Edgar Warren 

Charles P. Stone 

& W.Inge e< at 

Joseph G. B. Isham 

Brhc Nab am Stetson, Jos6 J. 

Fernandez, and Capt. Andrew 

Trenis, claimants. 
Andrew Trenis, master of the 

Naham Stetson. 
William Muller 

James Gadsden 

Schooner M^or Barbonr, John 

Thompson, master. 
J. T. Lagiierenne 

Harriet G. Sloo, administratrix 

of Albert Sloo. 
Joseph W. Hale 

George M. Ford...... 

Charles R Webster 

George H. Giddings 

Margaret Glenn 

Samuel W.Pratt 

G. M. Prevost 

Michael McGrath 

E. J. Strang 

William Hastings 

James N. Langstroth 

Chafes Stillman &, Brother 

Augustus Jouan 

T.G.Williams 

Casper Schmidt 

Frederick W. Latham, assignee 

of Bertram H. Howell. 
Adolph Widman Sc Brothers 

Lazaro Dorestan Daloour 

Thomas Dwyer , 

Dresch &. Becker 

William M. Downing 

Thomas J. Dolan 

Watson Hodge 

The bark Francis Palmer, James 
Lamb, master, C. J. Janaen, 
claimant. 

C.C.Johnson 

Moses L. Hellman, by Caroline 

Sprotto. assignee. 
Abraham Watters 



Nature of claim. 



Salary as an officer in the Mexican army 

False imprisonment as one of the crew of the 

Archibald Grade. (See case No. 212, Zerman 

vs. Mexico.) 
False imprisonment; one of the crew of the 

Archibald Gracie. (See case No. 212, Zerman 

vs. Mexico.) 
Seizure ,of merchandise and derangement of 

business. 
Damages by the authorities of Sinaloa, very in- 

deflnit«rly stated, 
nipgal exaction of duties and damages by reason 

of detention of drove of horses, Sec. 
Unlawful arrest and cruel imprisonment; one 

of the passengers of the Patrita. 
Forcible expulsion from Mexico and violation of 

contract ror survey of public lands in Sonora. 
Violation of contract for survey of public lands 

in Sonoraunder Jecker, Torre & Co. 's contract. 
Violation of contract for survey of public lands 

in Chihuahua under Jesus M. Palacio's con- 
tract. 
Detention of brig Nahum Stetson and confisca- 
tion of part of ner cargo by General Garza. 

Seizure of property on board the brig Nahum 
Stetson by order of General Garza. * - 

False arrest and imprisonment by civil authori- 
ties. 

Robbery of household efifects by brigands 

Damage to schooner M%jor Barbour by the Mex- 
ican man-of-war Democrata firing into her. 

No distinct claim, but several letters which bear 
upon the case Na 804, A. Jeanotat vs Mexico. 

Revocation of grant for construction of Tohuan- 
tepee Railroad by executive decree. 

Damages to manufacturing business, arising 
from occupation and destruction of cedar-wood 
saw-mills by military authorities. 

Seizure of hardware, &c., on the Tehuantepec 
Railroad work by civil authorities. 

Seizure of property of Louisiana Tehuantepec 
Company, on which claimant had a lien. 

Illegal seizure of horses, mules, and cattle, by 
military authorities of Mexico. 

Murder and robbery of her husbnnd and aqj^ . . 

Seizure of household furniture and merohairaise 
on the Tehuantepec Railroad by civil authori- 
ties. 

niegal exaction of money and persecution by 
Gen. Adrian Woll, of the Miramon faction. 

Illegal imprisonment, seizure of provisions, dam- 
ages to horses. &c, by military authorities. 

Seizure of household furniture and merchandise 
by civil and military authorities. 

Dlegal arreHt and imprisonment 

Illegal arrest, and personal indignities and dam- 
ages to commercial business by military au- 
thorities. 

Seizure of merchandise for duties. 

False arrest and imprisonment, and seizure of 
personal prooerty by civil authorities. 

Identical with i^a 475,' Eulalia A. Bertherand vs. 
Mexico. 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment as one of the 

gassengers of the Patiita. 
>lation of contract for supplying arms 

Money advanced to Gren. Placido Vega, as agent 

of Mexico. 

Rent of houses in the City of Mexico 

Seizure of gold by custom house officials 

Forced loans by military authorities 

Seizure of horses, wagon, provisions, and forced 

labor. 
False imprisonment as one of the crew of the 

Archibald Gracie. (See note No. 212, Zerman 

vs. Mexico.) 
False imprisonment as one of the crew of the 

Archibald Gracie. (See No. 812, Zerman vs. 

Mexico.) 
Seizure of bark Francis Palmer and cargo by 

Imperial authorities. 

Seizure of household effects, coin and valuables, 
and false arrest and imprisonment by military 
authorities. 

Seizure of merchandise by c. stom-house guards. 

False arrest and imprisonment, and seizure of 
silverware by custom-house authorities. 



When. 



1836 to 1858.. 
1855 and 1856. 



.. do 



August, 1849 

1859 

September, 1859 

March and April, 

1854. 
May,1859 

— do ■ 

February 6, 1858 ... 

March 29, 1858 



..do 



June4, 1859, to July 

9,1859. 
November, 1857 

October 12, 1856 



September 7, 1858 . . . 
April and May, 1660 

November 6, 18^ 

In the fall of 1859... 

September, 1854 . . . . 

October, 1868 

November 9, 1859 — 



November, 1859 



March and April, 

1857. 
November 9, 1859 

November 16, 1860... 

February 5, 1851, 

and Muy— , 1856. 



Octolier 30, 1850 
1853 and 1854... 



March and April, 

1854. 
1863 



1865. 



From 1858 to 1861 . . 

May. 1864 

Jan. and Apr.. 1865 
1859 



1855 and 1856 



...do 



July, 1866 



December, 1864, and 
December, 1865. 

February, 1850 



Where. 



La Paz and elsewhere. 



do 



Zaoateoas and other points. 
Alamos 



On the Rio Grande, near 

Mier. 
Gnaymas 



Sonora — 
do . . 



Tampico 



do 

Guadalajara 



On the way from Mexico to 

Vera Cruz. 
Coatzacoaloos 



Tepic 



/ 



La Puerta 

Minatitlan 

Maverick County, Texas 



Near SaltUlo 
Suchil 



Zacatecas 

Altar and Caborca, Sonora 
Suchil 



Guaj'mas .. 
Matamoros. 



Ceralvo , 

Chilpanango 



Gnaymas 

Paris and London . 
San Francisco 



October and Novem- 
ber, 1853. 



City of Mexico 

Matamoros 

Piedras Negras 

Torin, near S<mora. 



La Paz and elsewhere 



do 



Port Angel, Lower California 



Fuerte, (Sinaloa) 



En route to Monterey 
Guaymas 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



21 



of the United States and MexioOf {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Amonnt 
claimed. 



$13, 483 20 
60,000 00 



100.000 00 

31.963 70 

50,000 00 

5,000 00 

50,000 00 

150,000 00 

Not stated... 

500,000 00 

34, 737 61 

54,437 60 
41,638 00 

Not stated .. 

Not stated . . . 



10, 000, 000 00 
468.535 37 



When 
decided. 



Jau. 17. lew 
Nov. 29, la75 



Not. 39, 1875 

Jnly 19, 1871 
Nov. 13, 1873 
Jane 9, 1874 
Sept. 30, 1874 
Nov. 39, 1875 
Nov. 39, 1875 
Mar. 6, 1875 

Anj;. 83, 1871 

June 9,1874 
Jan. 80,1872 
Jan. 17, 1873 
Nov. 6,1873 
Jan. 30,1878 
Jane 87. 1874 
Nov. 39, 1875 



6, 708 00 Jane 9, 1874 
10, 000 00 Jane 9. 1874 



175,000 00 

35.650 00 
18, 345 30 



Not stated . . . 

30,000 00 

34.685 00 

80.000 00 
36, 748 71 



5.^.960 
500.000 



88 
00 



100,000 

1,800.000 

15,580 

13.000 
4,000 
1,456 

10,000 



00 

00 

164 

00 
00 
68 
00 



Dec. 30, 1871 

Nov. 89, 1875 
Not. 89, 1875 



Jan. 17,1878 

Nov. 6.1873 

Sept. 30. 1874 

Nov. 6, 1873 
Oct 17.1871 



100.000 00 

40,000 00 

90,500 00 

60,000 00 

33,847 80 
5,950 50 



May 
Nov. 

Jan. 

May 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Dec. 



6,1871 
89,1875 

30. 1878 

19. 1875 

89, 1875 

89.1875 

84, 1873 
83,1871 
17, 1878 
84,1873 



Oct 3, 1874 

Nov. 39. 1875 

Mar. 6.1871 

May 17. 1871 

Nov. 7.1871 
Dec. 18.1874 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 

Umpire 

do 

Comroisaioners 



do 



Umpire , 

Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 

d?. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

do 



Umpire. 
do . 



Commissioners 

do 

do 



do 
do 



do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 



Umpire . 



.do. 



Commissioners 



do. 



Umpire 
do. 



NatarQ.of decision. 



Dismissed 
Award 



do 



Rejected . . 
Disraissml 

do... 

Award 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



Award 



do... 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



Consolidated with No. 804, Jeannotat 

v$. Mexico. 
Dismissed 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award 



do... 

Dismissed 



do 

do 

do 

do 
do 



Rejected. 
Award... 



Consolidated with No. 475, Bertherand 

V9. Mexico. 
Dismissed 



do 
do 



do... 

Awani 

Dismissed 
do... 



Award . 



.do 



Rejected and disallowed 



Award. 



do... 

Dismissed 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



•9,000 00 



38,386 37 



500 00 



33,188 00 



100 00 



iqp 00 



39,850 88 



United States 
gold. 



$1,000 00 



1,000 00 



6,930 63 



1.000 00 



1.000 00 



3,504 68 



Mexican 
gold. 



$39,397 86 



30,000 00 



78,813 97 



i 



22 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American daima against Mexico j presented to the Joint CommisHon 






85 
86 



87 

88 
H9 

90 



91 
93 
93 

94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 

100 
101 

lOS 

103 
104 

105 
106 

107 

108 

109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 

115 
116 

117 

118 

119 
120 

121 

123 

183 



Name of claimant. 



Waiters & Leichtenstein 

Mioaela Creapi de Markoe, ox- 
ocatrix of Clifton Markoe. 

Daniel A. Ogle... ^......« 

Denis Meade 

Stillman D. Willis 

Bern rd Tnrpin 

Edward Keamy 

Joan Manuel Silva 

John C. Huston 

B.Keller 

do 

do 

Rosin Quin 

Siempre Yiva Silver Mining 
Company. 

John H. Boynton and Samuel P. 
Fowler. 

Mark Sohaben 

Patrick Francis Ryder 

Brig H. Kellooh, Snow Sc Bur- 
gess et at, claimants. 

John Parrott 

John Parrott 



William Wilkinson and Samuel 

Montgomery. 
Dofia Qnerifia Doroingnez Mc- 

Kenney, administratrix of J. 

G. A. McKenney. 
Panline Bourgeoise, executrix 

of Emile Bourgeoise. 

Barrelli & Co., by Jos. Sbisa, 
assignee, on account of schoo- 
ner Virginia Antoinette. 

Andrew Curcler's estate, by 
Pierre Jules Toy^s, executor. 

John Brenan, on account of 
schooner Anna Maria. 

Edwfu*d Burleson T... 



John Clark 



JohnBelden 

Antonio Maria de Miranda 



Frederick Bronner. 



John A. Baxter and Theo. C. 
Merrill, on account of schoo- 
ner Wilson Crawford. 

Adolphus H. Lemmen, surviv- 
ing partner of Bahr6 Sc Lem- 
men. 

WiUiam Collier 



Jules E. Caire 

William L. Casenean 



Bryan Callaghan . 
Franklin Chase . . . 
Charles Cumming 



Nature of claim. 



Same as last named 



When. 



Violation of contract for supplying powder, and 
interruption and forced abanaonment of plant- 
ing operations. 

Muraer of brother and robbery of horses. . . ' 



Moneys f nmished to Mexican army 

Seizure of property and damage to business as 
hotel-keeper, by military authorities. 

(1.) Seizure of coin on deposit at British consul- 
ate, by soldiers. 

(3.) Seizure of goods on the Nahnm Stetson by 
General Garza. 

Value of arms furnished under contract with 
Enrique A. Mexia, as agent of Mexico. 

Damages to house, form, &c., by military au- 
thorities. 

Seizure of wagon-train and merchandise by forces 
under General Adrian Woll, of the " ^uloaga 
faction." 

Seizure of goods, in transit from Vera Cruz to 
Mexico, by General Miramon,of the " Zuloaga 
faction." 

Treasury bond, seized by treasury officials as 
being one of a lot of stolen bonds. 

Forced contributions, under deoree of May 15, 
1858, issued by Zuloaga, assuming to be Presi- 
dent. 

Destruction of crops and fences by troops under 
Miramon and Benavides. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining 
operations, caused by impressment of oper- 
atives into array. 

Protested draft of General Carvajal on United 
States and European and West Virginia Land 
and Mining Company. 

Seizure of horses and mules by military author- 
ities. 

Seizure of merchandise in transitu, by military 
authorities after battle of Santa Gertmdis. 

Forced loans 

Seizure of brig H. Kelloch by custom-house au- 
thorities. 

Seizure of horses and mules 

Loss by reason of illegal exactions of duties on 
tobacco, in violation of the 19th article of th» 
treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. 

Seizure of merchandise by custom-house author- 
ities. 

Destruction of houses and household furniture, 
seizure of coin, damages to business, and inter- 
est. 

Deprivation of the command of the schooner 
Jupiter, and imprisonment on board the same 
vessel. 

Detention of schooner Virginia Antoinette, by 
military forces under General Garza. 

Denial of justice by the supreme court of Chi- 
huahua. 

Illecnl imprisonment, and loss of schooner Anna 
Maria, after her seizure by harbor police. 

Illegal imprisonment and oonseqnential dam- 
ages inflicted by civil authorities. 

Seizure and detention of merchandise, and false 
imprisonment by civil authorities. 

Use and occnpation of a warehouse, and dam- 
ages consequent thereon. 

Refusal to issue certain custom-house permits, 
according to agreement, in settlement of au 
old balance. • 

Dlegal exaction of duties by custom-house au- 
thorities. 

Seizure of schooner Wilson Crawford and cargo 
by custom-house officials. 

Seizure of 104 bales of merchandise by General 
Garza, in transitu. 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment, seizure of 
property and loss of employment. 

Suppression of newspaper L'Estafette 

Dlegal detention of person and of goods intro- 
duced into Mexico under the Avalos tariff. 

Dlegal exaction of duties on goo<ls introduced 
into Mexico under the Avalos tariff. 

Dlegal exactions of duties, forced loans, and in- 
jury to business. 

Illegal imprisonment, seizure of horses, and 
maltreatment by Mexican troops. 



January, 1855, and 
during 1853. 

January 8, 1853 



1853 

June, 1867. 



January 1, 1857 . . 

March 29, 1858 

December, 1867 



August and Septem- 
ber, 1859. 
April 13, 1859 



February 16. 1860 

July 15,1856 

June, 1858 



Where. 



Near VeraCroz. 



Near Los Aldamas, Tamaul- 
ipas or Nuevo Leon. 

Piedras Negras 

Guavmas 



San Luis Potesi 

Tampioo 

do 



1860 and 1867... 
Oqt4>ber 15, 1864 

October 23, 1865 

March, 1867 

June 16, 1866 



1864 and 1865 

January 28, 1854.. 



Santo Tomas, (Lower Cali- 

fomia.) 
Celaya 



Near Perote 



City of Mexico. 
do 



Near Vera Cruz 

Zaragosa, State of Sinaloa 



New York 



Near La Solidad 



June 3, 1849.. 
1848 and 1849. 



November 88, 1849.. 
January 20, 1859 . . . 

December 38, 1853.. 



March 18 to April 
14, 1858. 



1844 to 1849 

November 4, 1848 



On the road from Matamoros 
to Monterey. 

Monterey 

Groatzacoalcos 



Stete of Chihuahua 



Near New Camargo. 
Cumitan 



San Jo66, Lower California. 



Tampioo 



Chihuahua. 
Vera Cruz . 



July, 1856 I Near Saltillo 



October 19, 1849... 

February 2, 1848. to 
February 1, 1869. 
December '86, 1849... 



October 7, 1853 

July 7, 1865 

November, 1856 



SalUllo .... 
Matamoros 
Vera Crua . 



do 

Sisal... 



April 3, 1856 



January 16, 1863. 
April, 1853 



Tampioo to San Luis Potosi. 



Near Topic 



May, 1853 



City of Mexico — 
Saltillo and Parras 



Parras . 



1851 to 1856 Tampico 



October 17, 1857 



Chiapas. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS CUMMISSION. 



23 



of the United States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continaed. 



Amount 
olaimed. 



$530,000 00 

Not stated. 

13. 484 69 
16, 918 00 

4,080 08 

334 75 

14, 969 75 

19, 310 00 

144, 986 50 

19,733 00 

90,000 00 
31. 155 00 

1, 957 00 
830,900 00 

5.000 00 



187, 212 50 
12.332 07 



\ 



615 00 
16.500-00 

120, 750 00 
110.674 62 



67,366 75 
1.181.395 88 

60.000 00 

17,267 87 

1, 947, 791 58 

Not stated . . . 

501,850 00 

86,821 48 

192, 497 75 

63,720 00 

59. 769 62 
30, 918 55 

323,563 41 

45,000 00 

29,000 00 
235,500 00 

Not stated. 

50,321 86 

58,000 00 



When 
decided. 



Jan. 20.1872 
Mar. 6.1875 

Dec 24, 1873 

Jane 27. 1874 
May 19,1875 

Mar. 6,1875 

May 19, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. -29, 1875 

Apr. 23, 1874 

Jan. 20,1872 

Nov. 18, 1876 
Sept 30, 1874 

Deo. 24,1873 
Jane 9,1874 

Sept 30, 1874 

July 19, 1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 

May 19, 1875 

May 19, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

Mar. 6.1875 
Mar. 6,1875 

Mar. 6,187.1 

Aag. 16. 1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Dec 24, 1873 
May 19,1875 
Mar. 20, 1871 
Nov. 18, 1876 
Dec 24, 1873 

Dec. 18, 1874 
Mar. 13, 1871 

Aag. 16, 1871 

Dec 13.1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 27, 1873 

Dec 24,1873 

Jane 9,1874 

Jane 9,1874 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 



.do. 



do. 

Umpire 



do 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 

Commissioners 



do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 



CommiAoners 



Umpire 



do. 

do. 

.do. 
do. 



do 

Commissioners 



do. 



do. 



Umpire , 

CommiiBsioners 

Dmpire 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



.do. 



do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 

.do. 

do. 



Nature of decision. 



Consolidated with No. 84, A. Watters 

vi. Mexico. 
Dismissed 



do 



do 

Award. 



Disallowed , 

Award 

Dismissed . 

do .... 

do.... 



do 



Award — 
Dismissed 



do 
do 

.do 



Award. 



DismliBsed . 
Disallowed 



.do 
do 



do... 

Dismissed 



do 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do 

do 

Rejected and disallowed 

Award. 

Dismissed 



Award.. 
Rejected 



Dismissed 



do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 



Award. 



United SUtes 
currency. 



•100 00 



8,000 00 



6,387 34 



United SUtes 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



•635 67 



703 76 



18,226 10 



73,959 78 



16,433 88 



24 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Attimyea,% olaiiM CLgai*»t Mexico, presented to the Jdui Commi»$Um 



2^ 



I .. 



1S4 
135 
126 

9 

197 
128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 

134 

135 
136 

137 

138 

139 
140 
14 i 
142 
143 

144 

145 

146 
147 

148 

149 

150 

151 



152 
153 



154 

155 
156 
157 

156 
159 



Kame of olatmuit. 



LoroDKO Cftstro 



John Arnold and John F. Will- 
iams, on aoooant of schooner 
Eclipse. 

Jesus M. Ainsa 



Rasey Biven 

John W. Atwood 



Schooner R L. Allen, Isaac A. 

Morgan, claimant. 
Ira S. Garland, on accoant of 

schooner K L. Allen. 
S. A.Belden 4t Co 



Charles A. Saav6 . 



Pedregal Mining Company. 



Nature of claim. 



Henry G. Ballenger and Jos6 
Clark, by Charles D. Gibbes, 
execntoi; of Henry G. Ballen- 
jger, deceased. 

William Blumhardt 



Bark Emily Banning, Naatilns 
Submarine Pearl -Fishing 
Company, claimants. 

Martha B*. Thatcher, adminis- 
tratrix of Anthony Thatcher. 

Carlos Bntterfleld and E. Hun- 
tington. 



Charles B. Smith 

Schooner Curlew, Briggs, captain 

James W. MorruU 

W. L. Hutchinson 

Turner &. Renshaw 



William C. Tripler. 



Juan de Dios Pradel 



Estate of M. J. de liizardi 

Schooner L. M. Hitchcock, G. 

Larcade, master. 
Joseph Soott 



Leonard L. Tread well and 
George R. Carter, as the firm 
of Treadwell & Co. 

Bark Serena, John Severa claim- 
ant. 

Joseph W. Hale, consignee for 
account cargo of the Chilian 
bark Nueva Adelina. 

John B. and Rosa B. Degruy 

Washington Kerr 



Frederick A. Newton. 



WeUh& AUen ... 

VV. W.Gitt 

John Ehlers&Co. 



George L. Hammeken and L. S. 

Hargous. 
Julius Merle 



Seizure of dwelling-house and commercial estab- 
lishment, merchandise, and cash by order of 
General Escobedo. 

Damage to schooner Eclipse, unlawful deten- 
tion and fines. . 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment on charge of 
complicity with the Crabb expedition. 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment 

Unlawful detention, ana consequent loss of and 
damage to stock, norses, £cc., in transitu. 

Seizure and detention of schooner B. L. Allen 
by custom-house authorities. 

False arrest and imprisonment as first mate of 
schooner B. L. Allen. 

Seizure of tobacco and merchandise, and de- 
struction of business, in violation of the treaty 
of Guadalupe Hidalgo. 

Papers withdrawn from files of commission by 
claimant February 11, 1870. and no memoran- 
dum of the nature of cas^ kept. 

Forced abandonment of mines and mining, and 
mininfc property, by reason of conscription of 
operatives. 

Seizure of horses, mules, coin, &c., by custom- 
house authorities 



Illegal arrest and consequent abandonment and 
loss of mining-plant 

Unlawful arrest and Imprisonment of captain 
and part of crew of the Emily Banning, and 
consequent destruction of pearl-fishing voyage. 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment or captain 
and part of crew of the Emilv Banning, and 
consequent destruction of pearl-fishing voyage. 

Not clearly indicated ; file consists of a mass of 
miscellaneous papers, many of which relate to 
other claims oi Butt^eld, to which they are 
transferred. 

Unlawful imprisonment while consul at Mazat- 
Ian, and damages to business. 

Identical with -case No. 677, Margaret Briggs vs. 
Mexico. 

Destruction and seizure of property by troops of 
General Coronado. 

Loan of money and services as surgeon and 
seizin e of coin by custom-house authorities. 

Losses on tobacco through illegal action of Mex- 
ican authorities in violation of nineteenth ar- 
ticle of the treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo. 

First claim : Losses and damages to person and 

Eroperty, and busines;!, and expulsion from 
is home by military authorities. 

Second claim: Unlawful arrest and imprison- 
ment by civil authorities. 

Losses consequent upon destruction of irrigat- 
ing works. 

Forcible entry and robbery of dwelling 

Damages to schooner L. M. Hitchcock, conse- 
quent upon detention at I^bos Island. 

Seizure ot mules, clothing, &,c., by General Es- 
cobedo after battle of Santa Gertrudis. 

Goods lumished Mexican government 

Damages from delay in payment 



Denial of help at San Lucas to reduce the crew 
of the bark Serena to obedience, and conse- 
quent loss of the vessel. 

Damages consequent upon confiscation ot bark 
Nueva Adelina and cargo. 

niegal imprisonment by civil authorities 

Forced sale of tobacco to satisfy illegal duties 
on same, exacted in violation or nineteenth ar- 
ticle of treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo 

Ulegal arrest and seizure of stock of paper fac- 
tory bv military authorities during siege of 
GuadaliOara. 

Damages consequent upon closing the port of 
Goatzacoalcos, and seizure of mahogany, &,c. 

Services as surgeon, and medicines furnished 
sick soldiers; forced abandonment of mines. 

Losses cimseqnent upon unlawful exaction of 
dntifS on tobacco, in violation of nineteenth 
article of treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo. 

ViolaUon of contract as manager and grantee of 
the Tacubaya Railroad. 

Unjust s^itence of a Vera Cruz judge dispossess- 
ing claimant of a bowling-alley. 



When. 



September, 1866. 



July 9, 1852 



April 13, 1857. 



March 12, 1857 .. 
Summer of 1857. 

August 11, 1853 . 

— do 



October, 1849, to 
March, 1850. 



April, 1854 
April, 1850 



November 27, 1855. 
January 6, 1856 



...do 



Whcra 



Monterey. 



Frontera de Tabasco 



Arizona and Mexico, near 
Sonoita. 

Sonera 

State of New Leon 



Acapnlco 

do.. 

Saltillo... 



TaHCo 

Mazatlan 



Sonora. 



Ofi* the mouth of the Zaca- 
tula River. 



do 



July 6, 1857. 



October 28, 1859 

May, 1868 

1849 



October, 1858 



February 14, 1869. 
1853 to 1868 



August 13, 1855 
August 25, 1849 



June 16, 1866. 



Mazatlan 



Jalisco 

Matamoros 
Tampico... 



Pochutla. 



do . 

Mixcoac 



C^v of Mexico. 
Lobos Island... 



1860 to 1864 .. 
1860 to 1869... 



June — , 1855 



January, 1856 



September 13, 1867 
1849 



June, 1858. 



1854 j>. 

1866 to 1668 
1848 



1858 and 1859 

November 22, 1848. 



En route from Matamoros to 

Monterey. 
San Francisco, Cal 



San Lucas 



San Bias 



Matamoros 
Dnrango... 



Guadalajara 



Goatzacoalcos 

Jalapa and elsewhere 
Matamoros 



City of Mexico. 
Vera Cruz 



* Of the amount of this award the United States are to retain $35,920.81 by virtue of an assignment, for value, by Belden Sc Co. to the 
coming to claimants of $17,278.44. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



25 



of the United States and MexicOf (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continaed. 



Arooant 
claimed. 



1343, 204 00 
44,891 62 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 
41,760 00 

19,309 10 

5,000 00 

314, 684 12 

Not stated... 

1,511.010 15 

70, 050 00 

44,880 00 
252,821 32 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 

125,000 00 



83,298 39 

100,000 00 

83,380 95 

138,633 80 

306,300 00 

113,314 79 

500.000 00 
4U, 975 83 

23,000 00 

230,881 40j 
104, 018 16j 

Not stated. . . 
21,681 15 



Not stated. . 
Not stated.. 



56,697 20 

11, 160 13 

42, 786 50 

Not stated.. 4 

300,000 00 
43,150 00 



When 
decided. 



Oct 17,1871 
Aug. 2,1871 

Jane 9,1874 

Mar. 6,1875 
June 9, 1^74 

May 6,1871 

Jan. 20,1872 

July 19,1871 

Jan. 17,1872 

Mar. 6,1875 

Mar. 16, 1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 
June 27, 1874 

Jnne 17, 1874 

June 17, 1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Jan. 20,1872 
Mar. 6,1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 



Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Dec 24, 1873 

Jnne 17, 1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Deo. 24,1873 



Dec 24,1873 



Mar. 6,1874 
Sept 30, 1874 



Nov. 29, 1875 

Jnne 9, 1874 
Mar. X6, 1875 
Mar. 16,1875 

Nov. 18, 1876 
June 17, 1874 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



Commissioners 



.do 
.do. 



do. 

do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 



do. 



do 



Umpire 
do. 



do. 



Commissioners 



Umpire 

Commissioners , 

do 

Umpire 

do 



.do. 



Umpire 



do 

Commissioners 



.do 



Umpire 



Commissioners 



do. 



.do. 
do 



Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

do 



Umpire 



Nature of decision. 



Award. 



Award. 



.do 



Dismissed 



do 
do 



Rejected and disallowed 

Dismissed 

Award 



Dismissed 



do 



Rejected. 



Dismissed 
Award.... 



do 



Dismissed 



do 



Consolidated with No. 677, Brings vs. 

Mexico. 
Dismissed 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 



Withdrawn by agent United States, 

July 2, 1872. Claim arose too late. 
Award 



Dismissed 
do... 



.do 



do 



do 



do 



.do 
.do 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



United States 
currency. 



$30,115 83 



United States 
gold. 



*n 



53, 199 2."^ 



15,000 00 



Mexican 
gold. 



Award. 



Commissioners Dismissed 



$.3,600 00 



1,500 00 



18,723 18 



128 00 



4,068 66 



170. 379 82 



United States, dated July 27, 1855, at which date the United States made them a payment on account of the claim. This leaves a balance 

S, Ex. 31 4 



26 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION, 



Schedule of American clainu against Mexico, presented to the Joint Commission 



S 



160 
161 
162 
IttS 

164 

165 
166 
Iff* 

168 
169 

170 

171 

172 

173 

174 
175 

176 
177 

ITSA 

178B 

179 

180 
IHl 
1B2 
183 



184 
185 



186 

187 

188 

189 

lUO 

19i 

192 
193 
194 

195 
196 
197 



Namo of claimant. 



L.S.Hargoa8 

G.H.Jones 

Abel G. Alexander 

Paci6o Mail Steamship Com- 
pany, William H. Aspinwall, 
assii^nee. 

Henry Kastan 

Mary Brewer, widow of Na- 
thaniel Brewer. 
Jerome Solise 

Miller & McDonald 

Joaiah Moorhead 

Charles F. Delmas 

Simon and Isidore Lara 

Adolphns P. J. Antrey 

John Oscar Robert 

John J. Rodgers 

Benjamin F.Odell 

Charles Whitehead 

Siroonfeld, Taussig & Co 

Briff Mazatleoa, Lonis Yial, 

cuumant 
Mather Sc Glover^ by Thomas 

W. Mather, somvor. 
Heirs of William Winn 

Emilie Wolf and Alexander 
Wolf, heirs of Dr. Oscar Wolf, 
deceased; by Emelie Wolf, 
administratrix. 

James Gerety,sarTiying partner 
of himself and Francis Gerety. 

Anthony Brhard, by O. K. King 
& Co., assignees. 

Beigamin Seaton 

Felix MaxAn's heirs 

R.T. Grain 

Aagust Itolknap and Edward E. 
Dunbar, partners as Danbar 
&, Belknap ; James H. Fay 
and Sidney P. Slater, execn- 
tors of Edward S. Dunbar, 
deceased. 

John Ferguson, assignee of Fe- 
lix Argenti, afterward Maria 
B. Juoah, executrix of John 
Ferguson, deceased. 

Brig Iiidns, Ansel B. Anderson, 
and Charles H. Wheeler, 
claimants. 

Schooner Ada, Smith &, Mason, 
.claimants, G. H. Moore, as- 
signee. 

E. B. Steele 

Charles H. Pond, successor to 

Cooper & Pond. 
Watson & Chabot 

Thomas J. Slaughter 

Forbes H.Potter 

S. HUlman 

Nicolas Schneider 



Vincent Galloso and Jos6 de Ar- 
rillaga. 

Joseph Moses, afterward Isaac 
Moses, assignee of Joseph 
Moses. 



Nature of claim. 



Non-fulfillment of sentence of the supreme oourt 
of Mexico against the Mexican R«public. 

Extortion and detention of merchandise by cus- 
toms officers. 

Seizure of a horse and personal maltreatment 
by military authorities. 

Moneys exacted by the executive department 
of Mexico in payment of tonnage duties on 
coal. 

Destruction of orchard and garden at, and ban- 
ishment from, Acapulco by the Imperial au- 
thorities. 

Unlawful seizure of goods, losses thereon, and 
destruction of businoas. 

Robbery of mercbandiHC, jewels, &c, by troops 
under General Carvaqal. 

Dlegal exaction of duties on tobacco imported 
during the American occupation, in violation 
of the 19th article of the treaty of Guadalupe- 
Hidalgo. 

Illegal exaction of duties on exportation of lead 

Illegal exaction of money and seizure of tiour 
by Martin Zayas. 

Seizure of merchandise in satisfaction of taxes 
demanded under de<;ree of Miramnu. 

Robbery of household furniture and damage to 
business by troops under General Alatriste. 

Seizure of goods for alleged fraud on custom- 
bouse. 

Ille^ imprisonment, for suspected complicity 
with the Crabb expedition. 

Illegal imprisonment and forced Inbor 

Losses caused by a Mexican law of 1858, annul- 
ling law of June 25, 1856, and vitiating sales 
of church-property made thereunder. 

Ulegal exactions of duties 

Illegal detention of the brig Mazatleca by mili- 
tary authorities. 

Unlawful seizure of specie, goods, and merchan- 
dise by military authorities. 

Unlawful seizure of specie, wagon, and mules 
by military authorities. 

Groods seized by soldiers, and damages 

Seizure of schooner General C. C. Pincknoy by 

soldiers of the Confederate army. 
Forced loans exacted by military authorities . . 

Destruction of proj)erty during siege 

Illegal detention of goods in transitu 

Losses on tobacco through illegal exactions by 
the Mexican authorities, in violation of the 19tta 
article of the treaty of Goadalnpe-Hidalgo. 
Illegal imprisonment, robbery, and banishment 
Destruction of trading-post and ruin of business 
by Mexican troops, by reason of supposed 
complicity with the Crabb expedition. 



Non-payment of drafts of the Mexican consul in 
Sau b raucisco on the treasurer of the national 
treasury, with penalty and intei*e8t. 

Seizure of the brig Indus by forces under Gen- 
eral J uau Jo86 do la Garza. 

Illegal proceedings against schooner Ada and 
damages arising therefrom. 

Seizure of wagon-train by troops operating in 
the interest of Miramon 

Non-payment of lM>nds, drafts. Sec, for war-ma- 
terial and clothing fumisheo in 1860. 

Illegal exaction of duties, in violation of 19th 
article of treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. 

Illegal exactions of duties 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment by i>olice 

JNon-pavment of drafts for supprios furnished 
the Mexican ^vemment, tne dntfts being 
drawn by Santiago Vidaurri and accepted by 
J. M. Mata, Mexican minister in Washington. 

Seizure and destruction of property at American 
cemetery, of which clainuuit was superintend- 
ent. 

Ulegal detention of merchandise upon a demand 
for additional duties, in contravention of 19th 
article of treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. 

Hlegal seizure of goods while on storage in 
warehouse of S. A. Belden 6t, Co. 



When. 



1849 

May, 1853 

October 21, 1866 

August 25, 1853 



1865 to 1867 



November, 18,'>0 . . . 
October 20, 1851... 
January, 1851 



December 18, 1858, 
October 9, 1856.... 



October 14,1860.... 
November 19, 1858. 

July, 1849 

July 30, 18.'>7 



May 30, 1855 . 
March 6, 1858 



May 11, 1850 
May 11, 1850 
May 5, 1866 . 



March 17, 1863 



1864 and 1866. 

1861 

1849 



1849. 



1853 

April 13. 1857 



July 3, 1854 



February 23, 1863. 



May 15, 1857. 



June 10, 1860. 

1862 

1848 



1849 

April 21, 1868... 
August 19, 1860 



1859 to 1867. 



July, 1848... 
March 6, 1850. 



Where. 



Parras 



On the road between Jalapa 

and Vera Cruz. 
City of Mexico 



Aoapulco 



San Juan de los Lagos 

Matamoros 

Parral 



1857 

January 24, 1849 



Monterey . . . 
Tamaulipas. 



City of Mexico 
Huamantla — 

Tampico 

Guaymas 



Chilpancliigo and Acapulco. 
City of Mexico 



do.. 

Mazatlan 



Near Reynosa 

do 

Tula 



Bagdad 



Matamoros 

do 

On the Rio Grande, near 

Fort Seaton. 
Matamoros 



Near Eagle Pass 

In Arizona, near the Mexi- 
can lino. 



City of Mexico. 



Tampico 



Mazatlan 



Durango 

City of Mexico. 
Tabasco 



San Juan . . 
Monterey . . 
New York. 



Near City of Mexico. 



On the road from Nautla to 
Puebla. 



Matamoros 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



27 



of the United States and Menoo, (under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continued. 



Amonnt 
cUumed. 



Not stated... 
•13,266 07 
100,000 00 
43, 607 S5 

47,390 00 

66,735 00 
Not sUted . . . 
Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
162 00 

Not stated . . . 

27, 116 00 

365,000 00 

100,000 00 

Not stated . . . 
Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
147, 500 00 

417,935 56 

99,055 92 

2,153 25 

40, 150 00 

6,874 29 

21,617 00 

Not stated . . . 

22,831 25 

Not stated... 
75,000 00 



176, 472 16 

22,700 00 

27,123 29 

60,000 00 

66,486 72 

Not stated.. 

650 00 

80,000 00 

^ 3, 836 75 

17, 422 38 
Not stated... 
10,000 00 



When 
decided. 



Jane 17, 1874 
Jane 9, 1874 
Jane 16, 1871 
Jane 9,1874 

Jan. 17,1872 

May 19, 1875 
Dea 24,1873 
Nov. 13, 1873 

Dec 24, 1873 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Jan. 17,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Jan. 17,1872 

Deo. ?4,1873 

Mar. 6.1874 
Deo. 24, 1873 

Jan. 20, 1872 
Nov. 13, 1873 

July 19, 1871 

Jnly 19, 1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Deo. 24,1873 

June 9, 1874 
Juuu 9, 1m7J 
Deo. 24, 1873 

Nov. 29, 1875 



Jan. 20,1872 
May 19,1875 



Nov. 29, 1875 

Oct «, 1870 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Aag. 2,1871 

May 19,1875 

Jaly 20, 1872 

Mar. 6,1874 
Feb. 3,1874 
July 26, 1876 

Nov. 19, 1875 
Nov. 13, 1873 
Jaly 14, 1876 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 



do. 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 

Commlssionera 



.do. 
.do. 



Umpire 

do. 

...*.. do. 



Commissioners . 



do. 

do 

.do. 



Umpire 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



.do. 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 

do. 

Umpire 



do 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



Natare of decision. 



Dismissed 

do ... 

Award.... 
Dismissed 



do 



Award.... 
Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 



.do 
do 



Award.... 

do... 

Dismissed 



.do 

do 

do 

.do 



Award. 



DiHmissed 
Award.... 



Dismissed. 



Award. 



Dismissed 



do 

.do 

do 

.do 
.do 
.do 



Award, 



Dismissed 



Award, 



Award. 



United States United States 
corrency. gold. 



12,100 00 



Mexican 
gold. 



112,698 00 



26,163 83 
10, 137 76 



$23,382 20 



83,193 44 



43,161 64 



907 34 



7,644 27 



28 



UNITED STATES AJJD MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against Me:deo, presented to the Joint Commitsion 



Docket nam- 
ber. 


Name of clftimant. 


Nature of claim. 


When. 


Where. 


lOfl 


P N.Puillet 


Unlawful exaction of duties . 


1849,1850 


Tabasco 

Ures, State of Sonora . . 

Near Monterev , , 


»•■«•• 


1QQ 


James M. Camoboll. ............ 


Damages to property, household goods, &c., dur- 
ing attack on 17 res. 

Seizure of merchandise by troops and custom- 
house guards. 

Denial of extension of time to pay taxes on 
houses. 

Seizure of mining-tools and damages to mining- 
operations through military interference. 

Illegal order of collector to stop loading of ship 
California and bark Martha. 

Illegal seiznre and detention, and consequent 
loss, of schooner Aurora and cargo. 

Illegal oocunation of a house 


1857 

Maroh. 1850 


SAfl 


McClelland & Kins 


901 


Mariano Gomala, executor of 

Manuel Jimeno, deceased. 
John C. C. Hill 


1858 


City of Mexico 


902 


1858 tolP60 


States of Vera Cruz 

Puebla. 
Altata 

Lacuna ................. 


and 


903 


Joa6 Hois ....................... 


1869 

January 9, 1867 

1850 


204 


John Daly, master of schooner 

Aurora. 
Benjamiu and Thomas Laurent. 
Carlos Da Costa 


ao5 


City of Mexico 


206 


Con Vacation of tobacco in contravention of nine- 


1848 




207 


• 

Barbara C. Edwards ..•• 


teenth article of treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo. 

Denial of justice by the authoriti(^of M inatitlan 

This is a claim of a Mexican citizen against the 
United States, erroneously entered on this 
docket and afterward transferred to the 
docket of Mexican claims. 

Forced loans exacted by the governor of Sinaloa 

Same as, or connected with, Na 966, Butterfield 
vg. Mexico. 

Property confiscated and advertised for sale 

Seizure of personal property, and arrest and im- 
prisonment, as the chief of the Zerman expe- 
dition. 

N. B. In October, 1855, claimant sailed from 
San Francisco for La Paz, in command of the 
bark Archibald Gracie, with a considerable 
force, to aid the revolution of Alvarez and 

' Comonfort. Off Cape San Lucas, October 30, 
ia'i5, he chartered the bark Rebecca Adams 
and transferred a number of his men. Ar- 
rived at La Paz, November 14, 1855, all hands 
were arrested ; some robbed ; all imprisoned 
and subjected to divers hardships. 

From these cironrastances all the claims 
known as the " La Paz Prisoners." the "Arch- 
ibald Gracie," the "Rebecca Adams," or the 
" Zerman Expedition " claims arise. 

Value of bark Archibald Gracie and damages 
for imprisonment. (See above note.) 

One of the cxpeilition of the bark Arobibald 
Gracie. (See note to case No. 212.) 

Value of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note tx) 
case No. 212.) 

Captain of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note to 
case No. 212.) 

First mate of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 212.) 

Passenger of luirk Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 212.) 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 212.) 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams^ (See note 
to case Na 212.) 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 212.) 

Damages from detention of merchandise and 
expulsion of Lacoste from Monterey. 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 2U.) 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams. (See nott* 
to case Na 213.) 

Imprisonment as one of the crew of the Archi- 
bald Gracie. (See note to No. 212, J. N. Zer- 
man.) 

Passenger of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
to case No. 212.) 

Goods seized with bark Archibald Gracie. (See 
note to No. 212, of Zerman vs. Mexico.) 

Passenger on bark Arohibald Gracie. (See note 

to Na 212.) 
Passenger on bark Arohibald Gracie. (See not« 

to case No. 212, of Zerman vg. Mexico. ) 
Passenger on bark Arohibald Grncie. (See note 

to case No. 212, Zerman vs. Mexico.) 
Passenger on bark Arohibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 312, Zerman vs. Mexico.) 
Second mate of bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 

to case No. 213.) 
Seaman on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note to 

case Na 313.) 
Seaman on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note to 

case No. 813.) 


1859 

1865 and 1866 


Minatitlan 




208 


Jon^ Maria Jarero .^-^^^ , 




209 


Solomon Sch ulz ................. 


\rn.Kfl.f Ian .. 


210 


John N. Olcott 




211 


Ignacio Lonerana 

Joan Napoleon Zerman 


December, 1863 

November, 1855, to 
March, 1858. 

November. 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
. ...do 


City of Mexico 


212 


La Paz and elsewhere 

do 


213 


Samuel L. Donnison, claimant 
of bark Archibald Gracie. 

John McCurdy, by Lloyd Aspin- 
wall, assignee. 

Patrick iC Cootov, owner of 
bark Rebecca Adams. 

Thomas S. Andrews 


214 


do 


215 


November, 1855 

November, 1855, to 

March, 185"'. 
do 


La Paz ..................... 


216 


La Paz and elsewhere 

do 


217 


Beuiamin Riplov 


218 


' Francis McCreadv 


....do 


do , 


219 


Frederick Rhav 


.... do ......... ...... 


do 




220 


Luther Center 


....do 


do 


321 


Peter Pauls. 


—do 

1864 


do 


222 


Attrill Sc Lacosto, a firm com- 
posed of Honry Attrill and 
J. B. Lacoste. 

Sarnuel Morey rx-T. -,.... 


Monterey .............r- 


2.3 


November, 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
.... do ............4.. 


La Paz and elsewhere. . 
do 


• • • • 


224 


William F. Dunkinson 


225 


Otto Henning 

John Sampson 


....do 


La Paz 


226 


.... do ............ 


La Paz and elsewhere 

do 


227 


Joseph J. Arrington, and John 
R. Coryell, assignee of half in. 
terest of Arrington. 

Joseph V. Bogy's administrator 

William Snyder 


.... do . ............. 


228 


.... do 


do 


229 


— do 

. ...do 


do 

do 





230 


Marcus L. King 


231 


A. M. Spenser 


....do 


do 


232 


H. F. WolflTs ac\|ninistrator 

Georsre Brown 


....do 


do 


233 


do - 

....do 


do 


234 


Robert M. Couch, by P. H. 

Cootev, assignee. 
Peter Wilson, by P. H. Cootey, 

assignee. 


do 


335 


— do 


do 






1 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



29 



of the United States and MexieOj (under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



•I, 797 46 
14, 851 00 

90,000 00 
Not stated . . 

39,064 00 
Not stated... 

43,000 00 

26, 000 00 
Not stated... 

Nut stated . . . 



618 36 
193, 482 76 

Not stated . . 
:^4, 446 00 



When 
decided. 



Mar. 6,1874 
Dec 34, 1873 

June 9,1874 

Feb. 3,1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Mar. 6,1874 

Apr. 26, 1874 

Jan. 20, 18T2 
Nov. 13, 1873 

Mar. 6,1874 



By whom decided. 



Coraniissionera 
do 



Jnne 9, 1874 
Jan. 20,1872 

Jan. 20. 1872 
June 9,1874 



486,532 00 

125,071 50 

166,000 00 

60,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

5.000 00 

5,000 00 

401, 949 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

5.000 00 
136. 643 42 

50,000 00 
40,000 00 
50,000 00 

4,800 00 
25,000 00 

5,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 



Oct 3, 1874 
Oct 3, 1874 
Oct 3, 1874 
Oct 3, 1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29. 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
May 8,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 



do 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do 
do 

do 



CommisBioners 
do 



.do 
do 



Umpire 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



do 

do 

Commissioners 



Umpire 
do. 



do.. 

do., 

do.. 

do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 

■ do. 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 



Transferred to Mexican docket 



DismissfMl 

Coiisolidatod with No. 960, nuttcrfleld 
& Co. vft. Mexico. 

DisuiiHseil 

do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



Ko.jocted as to cUiiin for value of bark. 

A ward for i ui prisonnicut 

Award 



do ... 

do... 

do ... 

do... 

do... 

do ... 

do... 

Dibmissed 



Award 

, do... 

Dismissed 



Award.... 
Dismissed 



Award.... 
Dismissed 
Award.... 
Dismissed 

Award 

do... 

do... 

do... 



UnitcHl States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



11.000 00 
500 00 

120, 046 68 

12, 021 31 

5, 151 15 

2, 093 53 

2, 116 91 

2,187 06 

2, 116 91 



2, 116 91 
2,087 68 



2,087 68 



500 00 



5, 453 92 



2,601 88 
2, 116 91 
2,087 68 
2,087 68 



30 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against Mexico, presented to (he Joint ComnUssion 



S 

d 

«»: 

o 
O 



236 

237 
238 

oaQ 

240 

241 

242 

243 

244 

245 ! 
I 
246 

247 

248 

249 

250 

251 

252 

253 

254 

255 

256 

257 

258 

2&9 

260 

26! 

262 

26.3 

264 

265 

266 

267 

268 

269 

270 

271 

272 

2TJ 

274 

275 

276 

277 

278 

279 

280 



Name of claimant. 



George Goodnim, maMtor of 
Bchoonor Wm. L. Richardson. 

D. H. Whitfield, by P. H. Cootey, 

nssifi^neo. 
A. J. Turpin, by P. H. Cootey, 

asfiignee. 
John Adams 

Charles Leaven 

Samuel Weldon 

Jabez M. Tipton 

A. Brown, alias Alex Brown 

Chapman. 
George White 

G.F. Myers 

Henry Adler 

Lewis Scarce 

Samuel B. Piugrey 

Frederick Satterley 

Martin Hart 

William Douglas 

William Chamberlin 

Peter Berg 

William M. Jordan 

Daniel K. Colby 

Walter Smith 

John Craig's administrator 

Robert G. Baldwin 

William Wallace 

Samuel B. Wilctix 

WilUam F. Willis 

James McCar tor's a<lministra- 

trix. 
llonry Lovell 

John Dockendorif 

David F. Zea, by Joseph Zea, 

ailmiuistrator. 
John Morrissey, alias Morris 

Drunnnors. 
J. H. KoUer 

W.Davis 

A. J. Fletober 

William Ferry 

Charles Nodine 

A. S. Young 

Sandford Ci*ocks 

James J. Nichols 

Charles Brown 

Absalom Cryers 

John Baker 

J. M. Leonard 

J. W. Hawkins, by Jane C. Haw- 
kins, administratrix. 
William Roberto 



Natnre of claim. 



Seizure of powiler on board the schooner Wm. 

L. RichardBon by the French man-of-war Di- 

amaut. 
Third officer of bark Rebecca Adams. (See 

note to case No. 212.) 
Seaman on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note to 

case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note 
• to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on liark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Paasi'ugcron bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to casi^ Nrf. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Grade. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passi*nger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to cjise No. 212.) 
PasstMiger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracia (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to ease No, 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracia (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracla (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
l*asst^nger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to cane No. 212.) 
Pa.s.s<!nger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to C{iH«^ No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Graoie. (See note 

to ease No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracia (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case Na2l2.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Graoia (See note 

to ease No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 
.to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

tociwe No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

U)oase No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Grade. (See note 

to case No. 212.)- 
Passenger on bark Archibald Grade. (See note 

to case No 212.) 
Passi>nger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 



When. 



1864. 



November, 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
do 



do 

. ...do 
— do 

do 

...do 

.. do 

— do 

...do 

— do 

do 

...do 

do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
— do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
— do 

do 

— do 
...do 

do 

— do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
. . .do 
...do 
...do 
— do 
...do 
— do 
...do 
. . .do 
— do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



Where. 



La Paz. 



La Paz and elsewhere. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



31 



of iAe Vniiedi States and Mexico^ (under convention of July 4, 1868)— ContiDued. 



ikmoant 
claimed. 



Not stated... 

135,000 00 
20,000 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not statc»d . . . 

Not stated . . . 
10, 375 00 
90,935 00 
15,000 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated... 

Not stated . . 

Not stated... 
30,000 00 

Not stated.. 

Not stated . . ■ 

Not stated . . . 
7, 917 00 
10.700 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
50,000 00 
100.000 00 
10, 040 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
10, 400 00 

Not stated . . . 
50,000 00 
50,000 00 
10,000 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated... 
90,000 00 
50,000 00 

Not stated . . 



When 
decided. 



Feb. 3,1874 



Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Dec. 18, 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29, 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29, 
Dec. 18 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Dec. 18 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29, 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 



1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1874 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1874 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1874 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1875 



By whom decided. 



CommissioDers 



Umpire 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

! do 

do 

do.. 

do 

do. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 

do 

Commissioners 

Umpire , 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Natnre of decision. 



Dismissed 



A. ward.... 

, do... 

do... 

, do ... 

, do... 

Dismissed 

Award 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

do... 

.....do... 

Award 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

do ... 

, do... 

do ... 

do ... 

Award 

do ... 

do... 

Dismissed 

do... 

do ... 

do... 

Award 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

do... 

Award — 



Stricken from docket, being same as 

369. 
DisuiiHsed 



do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

Award 

do ... 

Dismissed 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



12,379 18 
2,116 91 
2,087 68 
2,093 53 
2,087 68 



500 00 



1,000 00 



2,000 00 

.500 00 

1.000 00 



1,000 00 



1, 000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



Mexican 
gold. 



32 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of AmeiHcan cimms against MexicOy presented to the Joint Commission 



iA 



a 

% 



281 

282 

2^ 

284 

285 

286 

287 

288 

289 

2!K) 

291 
292 

293 

291 

295 

296 

297 

298 

299 

300 

301 

302 

303 

304 

305 

306 

307 

308 
300 
310 
311 

312 

313 

314 
315 

316 

317 
318 

319 

320 

321 
322 



Name of claimant. 



E.S. Wilson 

Angnstus Manning 

O. W. Hopkins & Son 

William C. Pett ijohn 

James Ballentine 

Joseph B.Smith 

L. RDressor 

William Rafferty 

J. H. Painter 

M. Barnes 

John Denis 

11. J. Black 

RBlair 

M.Carter 

Augustus £. St. John 

MarkTerrill 

John Anderson 

A.W.Browning 

John W. Waldon 

William H. Hughes 

William Scrivner 

John Burnap 

William Callahan 

John A. Cullen 

August Thiolcbein 

John B. Jones 

Frank Cleaves. 

John H. Auxes 

Alison A. Harper 

A. H. W hi tmer 

Camille Gros 

Jean, Jean Marie, Alfred, and 

Auguste Floury. 
Victor Naud6 ...1 

E.S. Billings 

Th€> Lower California Company, 

Jacob P. Lease, agent. 
Brig J. B. Lunt; R. W. Dexter. 

master; Andrew J. Itoulston, 

John II. Morehouse, and K. 

W. Dext*'>r, owners. 
Robert B. R«inwick 

Charles Moorehead 

William Forstor 

Christopher H. Gosch 



Brig Niagara, Peter Snzenean, 
IJniteil States consul at Mata- 
moros, claimant. 

Schooner Virginia Antoinette, 
Capt. Josepli Sbisa, claimant. 



Natnre of claim. 



Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See not« 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passengers on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to caw Na 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Pa8S<Miger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See not<^ 

to case No. 212.) 

Robbery of store by Mexican soldiers 

Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (S(M) note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See not4.^ 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

toca.soNo.2l2.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to ciise No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See not« 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on l>ark Archibald Gracie. (See noU^ 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Arctiibald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Wounds, illegal inipriMmment, and damages to 

mine. 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (Seo note 

to case No. 212.) 
Unlawful arrest and imprisonment, and loss of 

goods ; pastseuger on Arcliibald Gracie. (Stre 

note to case No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 

to(;ase No. 212.) 
Passenger on bark Archiliald Gracie. (See note 

to case No. 212.) 
Pa.HHeugeron bark Archibald Gracio. (See note 

to case No. 2i2.) 
Unlawful arrest and imprisonment, and loss of 

i^oods ; one of the passengers of the bnrk Arch- 
ibald (Jracie. (See note to case No. 212.) 
Imprisonment, as part of the Archibahl Gracie 

crew. (See note to case No. 212.) 
Imprisonment, as one of the crew of the bark 

Archibald Gracie. (See note to case No. 212.) 
Balance due for services as surgeon in the army 
Same as No. 856 * 



When. 



November, 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
do 



Illegal detention of schooner J. B. Lunt by judi- 
cial process. 



Seizure of wagons, mules, Ac, by military force 

nuner General Trevifio. 
False imprisonment for refusal to pay forced 

loan imposed by General Tomas Mejia of the 

Imperialist army. 
False arrest and imprisonment, while filling 

office of United States consul, by order of 
ourt. 
Seizure and detention of wagon-train by order 

of general Negrete, of the Liberal army. 
Damage to commercial business conHe([uent 

upon above seizure. 
Unlawful sale at auction of the brig Niagara 

and cargo by collector of customs. 

Detention of schooner Virginia Antoinette by 
General Juan Jos^ de la Garza. ' j 



do 

— do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
.. do 
... do 
...do 



1858 

November, 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
.. do 



Where. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

— do 

.. do 

...do 

— do 

— do 

do 

1855. . 



November, 1855, to 

Marcli, 1^)8. 
. . tlo 



do 

do 

...do 
...do 

— do 
...do 



1854 to 1859 .. 
March 30, 1864 

1865 and 1 66.. 



Septomber 18, 1866 
November, 1866 ... 

February 7,1860 .. 

April 13, 1865 



1857. 



La Paz and elsewhere. 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
.do 
do 
do 



Tehuantepec 

La Paz and elsewhere . 



March 18, 1858 



do , 

do .'.... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.......do 

do 

do 

do 

Suaqni and Ures 

La Paz and elsewhere. 

do 



do 

do 

.do 

.do 



do 

La Paz. 



Acapulco 

SiUtUlo... 



La Paz , 



Monterey 

San Luis Potosi . 



Guaymas . . 
Chihuahua. 



Matamoros 
Tarapico . . . 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



33 



of ikt United States and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continaed. 



Amount 
claimed. 



Not stated... 
190.000 00 

Not stated... 
50,OOU 00 
SO, 000 00 
40,000 00 

Not stated... 

Not sUted... 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 

500 00 
Not stated... 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 

15,000 00 
Not stated... 
Not stated... 

50,000 00 
Not stated... 

50,000 00 
Not stated... 

80 000 00 
Not sUted . . . 
100,000 00 

60,000 00 
Not stated . . . 

30,000 00 

Not stated . . . 
30,000 00 
Not stated... 
270,000 00 

23,365 00 

20,000 00 

6,053 29 



21,463 37 

5,730 00 
Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

26,441 56 1 

100, 000 00 ! 

Not stated . . . 

9.100 00 



When 
decided. 



Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29. 1815 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 2,1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Oct 3, 1874 

May 8,1872 

May 8,1872 

Mar. 6,1874 
Jan. 20,1872 

Dec. 20,1871 

Feb. 3,1874 
Jan. 20,1872 

Jan. 20,1872 

Nov. 7,1871 
Feb. 3,1874 
Mar. 30, 1871 



By whom decided. 



Umpire. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



do 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Commissioners 
do 



do 
do 

do 



do, 
do 

.do 



Umpire 



Commissioners 



do 



S. Ex. 31-2-5 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

Award 

Dismissed 

Award 

do... 

do... 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

do... 



do 
do 



do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

Award 

Dismissed 

Award 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

Award — 
Dismissed 

do ... 

Award — 



Dismissed 

Award 

Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
.do 
.do 



Consolidated with No. 856, Lower Cali- 
fornia Company vs. Mexico. 
Dismissed 



.do 
.do 

.do 



Award. 



Dismissed 



Consolidated with No. 108, Joseph 
Sbisa vi. Mexico. 



Award. 



United States 
oarrency. 



United States 
gold. 



11,000 00 



1,000 00 
5,008 52 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



15,297 26 



Mexican 
gold. 



34 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Amerioan cHaima against Mejcioo, presented to (he Joint Commission 






333 

324 

325 

326 
327 

328 

329 

330 
331 
332 

333 

334 
335 

336 
337 

338 

339 

340 

341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 

348 

349 
350 
351 

352 

353 

354 

« 

355 

356 
357 

356 

359 
360 
361 
362 



Name of claimant. 



Steamer Sonora, P. Clavel, claim- 
ant. 
G. £. Brockaway 

Isaac G. Israel '. 

Victor Bastien , 

Edward Forstall 

Scbooner General Taylor, Chas. 

Frisk, master. 
Adolph Blumenkron 

Schooner Oregon, J. M. LeCoq, 

roaster. 
William A. Wyse 

Armand Gonzales 

Fayette Anderson and William 
"ithompson. 

Frederick Bange 

William Halpine 

Henry Halpine 

Francis Nolan 

Pedro Dalconr 

F. A Lohse d& Sons 

Schooner Anna or Swan, Mifflin 
Kennedy and Richard King, 
claimants. 

John Temple 

Moses Moke 

Christian F. Gatter 

Francis Rose 

Robert Wolfing.... 

Jno. Alex. Tyler 

Francis Macmanos 

Francis Macmanos, George L. 

Macmanos, and Edward S. 

Macmanos, as the firm of 

Macmanos Brothers. 
John Twohig 

Joseph Dentz 

Vicente Castanxa 

Gkkbriel Abrams 

Alexander J. Gerz 

Thomas Thompson 

Mary Biencoort 

John Jacob Wenckler 

George Pen Johnston, C. T. Cot- 
ler, James E. Nottman, and 
John Clements. 

Henry C. and Hiram Melone — 

James L. Springer 

Joseph A. Peabody 

Francis F. Millen 

Schooner Helen Marr, James 
Selkirk, claimant. 



Natore of claihi. 



Unlawfol sale of steamer Sonora by costom* 
hoose aothorities. 

nieeal imprisonment as one of the passengers 
of the PatriU^ 

False imprisonment with other passengers of 
the Patrita. 

niegal imprisonment and forced loan 

Illegal fine or penalty imposed on a lot of im- 
ported cotton. 

Detention of schooner General Taylor by Gen- 
eral Joan Jo86 de la Garza. 

Seizore of ^oods porchased by claimant from 
the Imperialists. 

Plonder of store by revolotionary forces 

Detention of schooner Oregon in qoarantine be- 
fore being permitted to enter port. 

Moneys doe for services in Mexican navy before 
the war with the United States. 

Seizore of clothing and money on board the Na- 
hom Stetson by order of General Joan Jos^ 
de la Garza. 

ITnlawfol arrest and imprisonment, and plonder 
and destroction of property and iuterroption 
of cotton-planting operations by troops onder 
General Corona. 

Assassination of son 

Plonder of plantation and destroction cf crops 
by troops onder General Lozada. 

Threatened eviction from land 

Plunder of plantation and dcMitroction of crops 
by troops onder General Corona. 

Confiscation of hoose and personal property by 
civil aothorities. 

Illegal seizore of goods at claimant's store, in 
satisfaction of tax levied onder decree of Zo- 
loaga, claiming to be President 

Seizore of steamer Swan, for government oses, 
by General Morena, while defending Tampico 
against General J. J. de la Garza. 

Balance doe nnder contract for operating Mexi- 
can mint, and conseqocnt damages. , 

Forced loans, illegal exactions of duties, and 
false imprisonment. 

Ulegal arrest and seizore of goods by miUtary 
aothorities. 

Illegal arrests and forced loans exacted by mili- 
tary aothorities. 

Hleeal exaction of do ties, forced loans, and on- 
lawfol imprisonment by military authoritiee. 

False arrest and seizore of gold coin by oostom- 
hoose aothorities. 

Unlawful seizore of mint while onder contract 
to claimant, and delivery thereof to one Henry 
MfiUer. ( VicU claim of M iLller, No. 434. ) 

Forced loans and extraordinary oontribotions 
exacted by civil and military aothorities. 



Unlawfol arrest and imprisonment by civil ao- 
thorities. 

Unlawfol arrest and imprisonment by civil ao- 
thorities. 

Military occopation of premises, and conseqoent 
loss and damages, and seizure of cart, horses, 
&o., all by military aothorities. 

Seizore of horses and coaches at varioos stations 
along claimant's stage-line by military aothor- 
ities. 

Non-payment of draft given as compensation for 
moneys exacted from claimant by military 
-aothorities. 

Forced loans, illegal arrest, and imprisonment 
by military aothorities. 

Seizore of wagon-train and merchandise while 
onder French or imperial escort by Greneral 
Escobedo after battle of Santa Gertrodis. 

Destroction of dwellings, farm boildings, and 
crops by troops onder General Corona. 

Destroctfon of crops and farming-implements, 
and forced loans by troops onder General Co- 
rona. 

Destroction of mining-plant, farming and hoose- 
hold property, and crops by military authori- 
ties. 

False imprisonment with other passengers of 
the Patrita. 

Forced sale of cargo of schooner Flying Dart, 
false imprisonment, and conseqoent losses. 

Damages from violation of contract for the col- 
onization of Sierra de Alica. 

Seizui-e of schooner or pilot-boat Helen Marr by 
costom-hoose aothorities. 



When. 



March, 1866 



March and April, 

1854. 
— do 



October 1, 18.'>8 

September 25. 1858 



April, 1858 . 
May 2, 1867 



1655 and 1856 

September and Octo- 
ber, 1853. 
Prior to 1846 



March 29, 1858 



1864, 1865, and 1866 



1837 

November, 1864 



1867 

1864, 1865, and 1866.. 



1857 

t 

Jone 15, 1858 



April 11, 1858 Tampico 



Where. 



Tampico 

Goaymas and Mazatlan. 
Goaymas 



Tampico 
do ., 



do 

Poebla. 



Tampico 

Divers places 
Tampico 



The Union Valley, near Ma- 
zatlan. 



Matamoros — 
Near Mazatlafi . 



do 

do 



City of Mexico. 
do 



1858 and 1861 

1864 and 1865 

5^....do 

1863, 1864, and 1865.. 

1862 to 1865 

December 31, 1852.. 
Aogost 20. 1864 



1859 to 18C6 



March 1, 1866 
do 

1864 and 1866. 



1664 and 1865. 
March 3, 1867 



1864, 1865, and 1866 
Jone 16, 1866 



1865 

1864, 1865, and 1866 .. 

1865 and 1866 



March, April, and 

May, 1854. 
1855 



October 15,1861 
April, 1851 



City of Mexico. 
Piedras Negras 

do 

do 

do 

Tampico 

Chihoahoa 



do 



Piedras Negras 

do 

Monterey 



Between Matamoros and 
Monterey. 

Tacobaya 



VUU Aldama 



On the road fh>m Matamo- 
ros to Monterey. 



Near Mazatlan 
do 



State of Dorango. 



Goaymas ... 
Manzanillo . 
GoadaliOara 
VeraCroz .. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



35 



of the United States and Mexico, {under oonveniion of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Amonut 
cUimed. 



150,500 CO 

Not stated . . . 

100, 000 00 

10,000 00 
Not stated... 

Not stated... 

27,330 00 

39,480 00 
963 25 

7,781 874 

Not stated.. 

88,992 50 

Not stated.. 
35,000 00 

Not stated.. 
60,000 00 

9,200 00 

209, 257 15 

80,000 00 

1, 064, 245 42 
76, 459 67 
28, 919 00 
36, 790 07 
93,3t« 56 
12,368 00 
500,000 00 

50,000 00 

350,000 00 

100,000 00 

16, 812 00 

34.950 00 

3,536 26 

20,399 75 
26,652 97 

25,000 00 
250,000 00 

100,000 00 

50,000 00 
122,200 00 
669,969 25 

10,000 00 



When 
decided. 



By whom decided. 



Nov. 29, 1875 

May 19,1875 

Apr. 24, 1871 

Feb. 3, 1874 
Feb. 3, 1874 

Feb. 3, 1874 



\ 



Nov. 29, '75 
Feb. 3. 1874 
Dec 24, 1873 
Feb. 3, 1874 

Dec 18, 1874 

Jan. 20.1872 
Apr. 23, 1874 

Jane 9,1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Aug. 2,1871 

Apr. 23. 1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Aug. 16, 1871 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
July 26. 1871 
May 6,1871 
Nov. 29. 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

May 6.1871 
May 6,1871 
May 19, 1875 

Nov. 17, 1871 

Mar. 6,1874 

Nov. 23, 1870 
Jan. 23,1871 

May 19, 1875 
June 27, 1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 24, 1871 
Apr. 2,1875 
Mar. 6.1874 
Apr. 10, 1872 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do. 
do. 

do. 



Umpire 

Commissioners 

do 

do 



Umpire 



Commissioners 
do 



do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 



do 

Commissioners . 

Umpire 

do 

Commissioners . 

do 

Umpire 



.do.. 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



Commissioners . 



do. 

do. 
do. 



Umpire 
do. 



do 



Commissioners . 

do 

Commissioners . 
Umpire , 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award — 



Dismissed 
do... 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Award. 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 



do.... 

Award 

Dismissed . 

Award 

do... 

Rejected... 
Dismissed . 

Disallowed 



Rejected. 

do.. 

Award . . 



do 



Dismissed 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



$3,100 00 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



2,525 00 



2,282 08 



16,038 99 



1, 694 69 



500 00 



11,683 18 



Rcijected and disallowed 
do 



Award. 
do 



Dismissed 



Award — 
Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



2,100 00 



378 99 



6,538 74 
32, 101 92 



36 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Amerioan cUanu againet Mecdoo, presented to the Joint CommistUm 






363 
364 
365 

366 

367 
368 
369 
370 

371 
37S 

3T3 

374 

375 
376 
377 

378 

379 

380 

381 

383 
383 

384 
385 
386 
387 

388 
389 

390 

301 

393 

393 

394 

395 
396 

97 



Name of olaimftDt. 



Proctor Lyons 

Jamea Magee 

Alexander R Barrington 

Salvio Pacheoo 

Henry F. Murphy 

AaaE. Wilde 

WiOiam Perry ; 

Jean B. Coatoron 

Elisba B. Sackett 

Elisha B.Saokett 

Jalla Ann H. Sackett 

GeorseL-LanehlaDd, on acconnt 
of tne firm of Jennings, Langh- 
land Sc Co. 

MowryB. Irwin 

Thomas H. Monstery 

James Hill, sr 

William W.Milla 

Yrinia Baca and Trinidad Baca, 
by their guardian, Louis M. 
Baca, olaiming as heirs of 
Manuel Arm^o. 

John Solari 

^ J. Bartlett and Frank Borge, 
as the firm of Bartlett Sc Borge. 

Jesse J. Jones 

Joseph Walsh 

W. W. Moore, surviving part- 
ner of Gatewood Sc Moore. 
MUdred Standish 

Mariano Arm^o et oZ., heirs of 

Ambrosio Armijo. 
Eugene Leitensderfer. Thomas 

I^iten nderfer, and J o a b 

Hougton, as the firm of E. Lie- 

tensderfer Sc Co. 
Lewis Dusenberg 

Charles E.Kraus 

Mary Prince, widow of Melchor 
Prince, for account of herself 
and Cosmo Prince. 

Peter Jarr 

Mary Ann Conrow, widow, and 
Elbah Stout, administrator of 
Aaron Conrow, deceased. 

James Hurst 

George T.Knox 

A.Milatovich 

George Ganie 

S. Kearny Parsons, by J. L. 
Smith, guardian. 



Nature of claim. 



Seizure of merchandise by custom-house author- 
ities. 

Illegal imprisonment by civil authorities, and 
loss of cattle consequent thereon. 

Destruction of mining-plant, farming and house- 
hold property and crops, and forced abandon- 
ment of mines by reason of conscription of 
operatives. 

Moneys loaned Mexican government through 
Plaoido Vega, an accredited agent for the pur- 
chase of arms. 

Burning of house and seizure of goods by troops 
under Colonel Parra. 

Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 
to case No. 213.) 

Passenger on bark Archibald Gracie. (See note 
to case No. 312.) 

Imprisonment at La Paz as one of the crew of 
tne bark Archibald Gracie. (See note to case 
No. 213.) 

Protested draft and expenses of Mexican agent 
(General Carvi^al) in New York. 

Commission on contracts negotiated in New 
York between General Carv^al and the 
United States, European and West Virginia 
Land and Mining Company. 

Protested bill of exchange drawn by General 
Carv%{al on the United States, European, and 
West Virginia Land and Mining Company. 

Illegal seizure of goods, and decree of disi^s- 
session thereof, in the course of a certain civil 
suit 

Destruction of goods (groceries and liquors) by 
Mexican troops during sack of Bagdad. 

Bobbery of baggage ana jewelry by Mexican 
soldiers. 

Arrest and imprisonment by civil authorities 
in response to a demand from authorities of 
United States for his extradition. 

Failure of Mexican authorities to prevent arrest 
and maltreatment, on Mexican soil, by con- 
federate soldiers. 

Amount due Manuel Arm^o on settlement of 
accounts as governor of the province of New 
Mexico. 

Destruction and pillage of effects of his restau- 
rant, by soldiers, doring an attack on Tam- 
^ico. 

Seizure of coaches and horses belonging to stage- 
line from Matamoros to Bagdad; by General 
Cortina. 

Seizure of 11,220, (of which $500 were returned,) 

S old-coin, by custom-house authorities, 
se imprisonment and seizure of goo<i8, while 

under French escort, by General Escobedo, 

after battle of Santa Gertrudis. 
Seizure of cotton, by " Imperial " authorities, for 

alleged non-payment of duties. 
Murder and robbery of husband on the road bc" 

tween Monterey and Camargo. 
Amount due Ambrosio Arm^o as treasui%r of 

the province of New Mexico. 
Amount due by authorities of New Mexico prior 

to the war of 1846-'4d. 



Seamen on bark Rebecca Adams. (See note to 
case No. 313.) 

Destruction of household goods, farming iniple- 
ments, and crops, by troops under Colonel Pin- 
tado and Generals Pefia and Martinez. 

Forced loan s , 



Unlawful arrest and detention on board the 
schooner B. L. Allen by custom-house authori- 
ties. 

Murder and robbery of A. Conrow on the road 
between Monterey and Carmago. 

Unlawful arrest and detention on board the 
schooner B. L. Allen by custom-house authori- 
ties. 

Services and expenditures as an officer of the 
Mexican army, and losses incident thereto. 

Denial of possession of lands purchased 

False arrest and imprisonment while attempting 
to enter one of the gates of the city of Mexico. 

Murder and robbery of claimant's father 



When. 



May 27, 1851 

1853 

1864, 1865, and 1866.. 

May and June, 1866. 
October, 1865 



November, IS.W, to 

March, 1858. 
do 



..do 



1865.. 
, ... do 

1865 . 



1858. 



January 5, 1866.. 

July, 1860 

1866 



July 35, 1861 



Prior to 1846 



1866 



1864 and 1865. 



January 10, 1853. 
June 16,1866 



January 3, 1865... 
August 15, 1865 . . . 

Prior to 1848 

do 



November, 1855, to 

March, 1858. 
1864 to 1867 



1865 



March, 1853 



August 15, 1865. 
March, 1853 . . . . 



1866. 



1864 

February, 1859 . 

August 15, 1865. 



Where. 



Near Matamoros 

Chihuahua 

Durango and Sinaloa. 



San Francisco 



State of Sinaloa 

La Paz and elsewhere 

do 

La Paz 



New York. 
do.... 



do 



Minatitlan. 



Bagdad 

Pichncalco . 
Chihuahua. 



£1 Paso, Mexico. 



New Mexico. 



Tampico 



Ba^sdad 



Tampico , 

Near Camargo 



Camargo 

Between Monterey and Ca- 
margo, 
Now Mexico 

do 



La Paz and elsewhere. 
Mazatlan 



Town of Mapimi. 



Acapuloo 



Between Monterey and Ca- 
margo. 



Acapulco 



Divers places 



Lower California. 
City of Mexico... 



On the road between Mon- 
terey and Camargo. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



37 



of tht United States and Mexico, (under oonventum of July 4, 1868.) — Continued. 



Amoant 
olaizned. 



•50,000 00 

119. 375 00 

75,000 00 

67,740 00 

30,000 00 
SO, 000 00 
90,000 00 

ao,ooo 00 

15, 861 00 
5, 350, 000 00 

12,500 00 



When 
dedded. 



Mar. 6,1874 
Mar. 6,1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 2,1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
May 8,1872 

Sept. 30, 1874 
Sept W, 1874 

Jane 9,1874 



21, 433 28 Dec. 18, 1874 



55,000 10 
51,000 00 
.33, 470 00 

40,859 88 

13. 199 56 

2,226 60 

20.200 00 

750 00 
344,040 17 

17,200 00 

110, 000 00 

39,020 00 

2.823 15 

20,000 00 
65,500 00 

1,693 28 

35,000 00 

110.000 00 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

550.000 00 
50,000 00 

110. 000 00 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners . 

Umpire 

do 



do. 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 

Commissioners , 

do 

do 



.do. 



Umpire 



Apr. 2, 1875 
Sept 29, 1870 
Nov. 21, 1870 

July 26, 1870 

July 11, 1870 

May 19, 1875 

May 19, 1875 

Mar. 6,1874 
Mar. 6.1875 

Jone 9. 1874 
May 19. 1875 
July 11. 1870 
Sept 8,1870 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Apr. 2,1875 

Apr. 2,1855 

Apr. 24, 1871 

May 19, 1875 

Apr. 24, 1871 

Jan. 20,1872 

Apr. 2,1875 
Jan. 20,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 



Commissioners 

do 

do 



do. 



do. 



Umpire 



do. 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 



do. 



Umpire 



Commissioners . 



.do. 

.do. 
.do 



Umpire 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award.... 



Dismissed 



, do... 

Award 

do... 

Dismissed 



do 
do 

do 



Disallowed 



Dismissed 

R^ected 

Rejected and disallowed 



Rejected 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



•1,000 00 
1,000 00 



.do 



Dismissed 



Award 



Dismissed 
do... 



do. 

Award .. 
Rejected 
do. 



Award ... 
Dismissed 



Mexican 
gold. 



•19,616 22 



do 



Rejected. 



Award. 



Rejected. 



Dismissed 



do. 
do. 



Award. 



2,533 06 



16^650 96 



42, 486 30 



50, 497 26 



50,828 76 



38 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claime against Mexico, presented to (he Joint Commission 



B 

Is 

Q 

VJB 
399 

400 

401 

403 
403 
404 

405 , 
406 

407 

408 

409 



Name of claimftnt. 



H. 6. Norton, assignee of Gabor 
Naphegyi. 



410 

411 

412 

413 
414 

415 

416 

417 

418 

419 

420 
421 

422 

423 
424 



425 

426 
427 

428 
429 
430 

431 



432 

433 
434 
435 

436 

437 

438 

439 
440 



441 
442 

443 
444 
445 



do 
do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 
do 

do 



Helena D. Chase, execntrix of 

Ormond Chase, deceased. 
John McMerty 



Margaret M. Crothers 

John O. Eaton 

Franciaca Soils de Sti other 



Mowry Silvei Mining Company. 
George A. Hayward and Will- 
iam McGrorty. of the firm of 

•ty. 
Christian Herman Schiutz 



poriy. 
Hay ward & McGrort; 



Adolfo F. Stockfleth 
Francis Macmanus. . 



Brig George E. Prescott, Samnel 

G. Adams, agent for owners. 
John Treanor 



Thomas Crawford McDowell. . 
John J. Thibanlt 



Mowry B. Irwin. 



Ann Lafailaide 

Jesus M. Ainsa, pnd Agustin 
Ainsa, minor child of Agns- 
tin Ainsa, deceased, claiming 
through H. J. O'Reilly, guard- 
ian. 

Lew Wallace 



D. C. Burleson — 
Joseph F. Brown . 
John K. Robinson 

Polk R Kyle 

OttoSetzer 



Heirs of John M. De Witt. 



J. S. Menassee Sc Co. 



W. Augnstus Knapp and S. He- 

ber Woo<l. 
Henry Muller 



Alfred B.Phipps. 



Skiflington F. Holderness 



George T. E. Perkins, John W. 
Giuioway, John M. Perkins, 
assignees of J. M. Haines. 

Fanny Lisner 



Edgar Conkling 

E. J. Du Pont de Nemours & Co 



J. P. Montgomery . 
Smith Bowen 



Nature of claim. 



Breach of contract for constmction of gas-works 
in city of Mexico. 

Breach of contract concerning loan of $2,000,000 
to Mexico. 

Losses and damages in constructing gas-works.. 

Breach of contract lor erection of gas-works in 
the city of Mexico. 

Non-payment for statue of gnardian saint 

Seizure and occupation of mansion 

Withholding title to property and false impris- 
onuient. 

Forced loans , 

False imprisonment and non-fulfillment of con- 
tract for erection of gas-works. 

Forced loans and seizure of lead 

Execution of claimant's husband by order of 
General Marqaez. 

Seizure of wagon-train for use of General Esco- 
bedo's army, and subsequent use thereof for 
public purposes in city of Mexico, under con- 
tract with claimant. 

Destruction of house and goods during siege of 
Matamoros. 

False imprisonment, with other passengers of 
the Patrita. 

Dostmction of house and goods during siege of 
Matamoros. 

Seizure of silver and lead 

Illegal seizure of cotton by custom-house au- 
thorities. 

Destruction of merchandise by burning of Za- 
cualtipan by troops under Don Felipe Blanco. 

Gunshot wounds by Mexican soldiers, and con- 
sequential losses. 

Seizure of cotton-factory and confiscation of 
contents by civil authorities. 

Detention of brig Geo. E. Prescott by troops 
under General Juan Jos^ de la Garza. 

False imprisonment and destruction of property 
during siege of Matamoros. 

Interest on Mexican bonds overdue and unpaid. 

Unlawful prevention of the exportation of a lot 
of com. 

Shooting and maiming wife during sack of 
Bagdad. 

Robbery of property during sack of Bagdad 

Seiz ire of goods, grain, farming- implements, 
Sec, the joint property' of Jesus M. Ainsa and 
Agustin Ainsa, sr., and murder of Agustin 
Aujsa., sr., by troops under Generals Morales 
and Martinez. 

Services under contract and commission as 
mi^or-general of volunteers Mexican army. 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 

Illegal seizure of corn, cotton, wagons, &o., by 
Imperial troops. 

Hlcgal seizure and appropriation of property 
known as the convent of La Antigua Ense- 
nanza. 

Munitions of war supplied to the Mexican gov. 
emment, under contract with General Placido 
Vega, as agent of Mexican government. . 

Interruption of farming operations by Imperial 
authorities. 

Breach of contract for operation of mint at Chi- 
huahua. 

Breach of contract to pay salt for goods fur- 
nished by claimant to General Blaucarte for 
nse of his army. 

False imprisoment and destruction of property 
by Imperial troops and by Republican forces 
of General Corona. 

False imprisonment by civil authorities 



Robert S. Welsh .. 
Julian Palacios . . . 
George F. Knacke 



False imprisonment, seizure of goods, and dam- 
ages during the siege of Matamoros. 

Infraction ofland-grant 

Amount due on gunpowder furnished to govern- 
ment of Mexico through agents in New.York. 
Two transactions. 

Arrest and imprisonment in guard-house 

Gunshot wounds and injury to house during a 
skirmish. 

Forced loans 

Forced loans 

Seizure and detention of schooner Minnie G. 
Atkins by French war-steamer Lucifer. 



When. 



1857.. 

— do 

...do 
....do 



1855. 
1865. 
1862. 

1861. 
1867. 



1858 

August 7, 1859. 



May to August, 1867 



1861 and 1862. 



March and April, 

1854 
1861 and 1862 



1866 

March, 1864 



April 7, 1859 

April, 1859 

September, 1866. 

March, 1858 

1861 and 1862.... 



1865 

July 2, 1856 



January 5, 1866. 



do 



May to September, 
1866. 



1865 and 1866. 



Where. 



City of Mexico. 
New York 



City of Mexico. 
do 



Vera Cruz 

Gitv of Mexico. 
...:.do 



.do 
do 



dd 

Topic . . 



Queretaro and city of Mex- 
ico. 



Matamoros. 
Guaymaa .. 
Matamoros. 



Sonora 

Piedras Negras 



Zaculatipan. 
Mazatlan ... 
Talamantes . 

Tampico 

Matamoros.. 



Chihuahua. 
Bagdad .... 



do ... 

Hermosillo . 



Julv,1856 

...do !!''!!l!'*JJi 

... do 

November 22, 1862. 



May 30, 1863. 



June, 1866. 



1865 and 1866. 

1864 

1857 



1865 and 1866. 



July, 1856.... 
1861 and 1862 



1860 and 1866. 



April 21, 1868... 
November, 1851 



1867 

...do 

March, 1866 



On the Rio Grande and else- 
where. 

NearSalUllo 

.....do 

do 

do 

Near Camargo 



City of Mexico. 



San Francisco. 



On Holderness Island. 

Chihuahua 

La Paz 



Near Mazatlan 



Near SaltUlo. 



Matamoros 



Sonora 

New York 



Monterey 
Ceralvo.. 



Nuevo Leon 

, do 

Mazatlan ... 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



39 



of the United States and Mexico, {under convention of July i, 1868) — Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



$500,000 00 

150,000 00 

55,460 00 
200,000 00 

2, 131 73 
Not stated . . . 
200,000 00 

8.387 12 
130,000 00 

9.388 48 
100,000 00 

34, 134 00 



60,025 13 

50,000 00 

9,000 00 

20,000 00 
88,851 60 

196.-3S0 00 

50,000 00 

90,000 00 

7,000 00 

83,100 06 

40,000 00 
9,000 00 

40,000 00 

9,000 00 
269,190 00 



25,552 50 

150,000 00 
500,000 00 
100,000 00 
100, 000 00 
24,846 00 

300,000 00 



18, 070 01 

125.248 00 
453,889 59 
293,820 00 

169, 839 00 

100,000 00 

27, 605 48 

250.000 00 
58,074 50 



80.000 00 
30,000 00 

561 27 

201 35 

16, 940 60 



When 
decided. 



Nov. 6,1873 

Nov. 6,1873 

Nov. 6,1873 
Nov. 6,1873 

Nor. 6.1873 
Nov. 6,1873 
Nov. 6,1873 

Nov. 6.1873 
Nov. 6,1873 

Nov. 6,1873 
Jan. 20,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 



Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 24, 1871 

Dec. 24.1873 

Apr. 2,1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

July 26, 1871 

Jan. 20,1872 

Apr. 2,1875 

Aug. 16, 1871 

Mar. 6,1875 

Mar. 6.1874 
Oct 17,1871 

Apr. 2,1875 

Apr. 2,1875 
June 9,1874 



Nov. 29. 1875 

May 19,1875 
May 19. 1875 
May 19,1875 
May 19. 1875 
June 9,1874 

Mar. 6,1875 



July 19, 1871 

Jan. 20,1872 
Apr. 2,1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Feb. 3,1874 

May 19, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 2,1875 
Apr. 2,1875 



Feb. 3,1874 
Dec. 18,1874 

Nov. 29; 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 23, 1870 



By whom decided. 



Comminsionera 
do , 



.do. 
.do. 

do. 

do 

do. 

do. 
.do. 

.do 
do 



Umpire 



do 

Commiasioners 
.....do 



do. 

Umpire 



Commiasioners 

do 

do 

do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
do 



do 

do 
.do 



Umpire 



do 

do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 



Umpire 



.do. 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



do. 



Commissioners 
do 



do. 

Umpire 



do 

do 

Commissioners 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
do 

do 

do 

.do 



.do 
do 

do 
do 



Award. 



Dismissed 
Kejeoted . . 
Dismissed 



do 
do 



Ejected.. 
DismisSed 

do ... 

Award 

Dismissed 



.do 
do 

.do 

do 
.do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Disallowed. 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do ... 

do... 



■ do . 



do 



.do 

do 
do 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 

do 

Rejected and disallowed 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



$1,671 83 



United States 
gold. 



$4, 675 82 



Mexican 
gold. 



$3, 161 73 



3,337 34 



40 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Ametioan claims against Mexico, presented to the Joint Commission 



a 



p 



446 

447 

448 

449 
450 
451 



452 
453 
454 

455 



456 
457 
458 
459 

460 



461 
462 

463 
464 
465 
466 

467 
468 

469 
470 

471 

472 
473 

474 



475 
476 

477 



478 
479 



480 

481 

482 
483 



Name of olaimant. 



George W. MortuD . 



Beigamln Weil 



American and Mexican Steam- 
ship Company, George W. 
Qnfntard, president. 

Andrew J. Halaey 



Rodolfo Dresel. 



Matilda Wilson, George W., 
Walter, and Louisiana Wil- 
son, Indiana Stevens and John 
F. Stevens, heirs at law of 
Alexander Wilson. 

J. P. Hai^eman 

Franklin Chase 

Jacob Campbell 



R. E. K. Whiting. 

Samuel L. Smith . 
David C. Bardin . 



Nature of claim. 



James E. Harwell 



John D. Burgess. 



Benjamin Elliott. 



Jacob Poney Fanchong 
Rudolph Brach «. 



Peter Blohm 

George Lauer 

Jo86 Maria Kuiino 



J. F. Poole, captain, and Louis 
Gold baum, supercargo, of bark 
Francis Palmer. 

Jerome B. Brown 



C. Schmitz 



Henry H. Paul... 
Bafael Navarrete 



John Campbell Smith 



Martin Regul Pilon. 
Edward Kirchmann 

Frederick Goldbeck 



Eulalia Adorea Bertherand 
Amilcare Koncari 



Hamilton P. Bee 



Eugene Pigeon 



John S. Cripps, assignee of But- 
terfleld St, Huntington. 



Jos6 Manuel Gallegos, executor 

of Antonio Sandoval. 
Edward Yorke and John Potts. . 



Bernard Bolgard 

Ella J. Whiting, widow of Jas- 
per Strong Whiting. 



Destruction of tannery, forced loans, and Illegal 
imprisonment. 



Seizure of cotton. 



Breach of contract for establishment of mail- 
lines and arrears for moil-service. 

False arrest and imprisonment and seizure of 
personal property oy civil authorities. 

Forced loans, illegal duties, &c., exacted by mil- 
itary and civil authorities. 

Killing of Alexander Wilson and seizure of 
horses, mules, and goods, on the road from 
Camargo to the mouth of the Rio Grande. 



Principal and interest of treasury bond 

Balance due on loan to government 

Unlawful arrest by military authorities 

Seizure of grain and salt hy military authorities. 

Forcible expulsion from Mexico and violation of 
Sonora-survey contract. (See case No. 48, 
Stone vs. Mexico.) 

Seizure of horses, mules, harness, &c., by order 
of General Cortina. 

Seizure of four horses and a saddle by order of 
General Cortina. 

Seizure of horses and destruction of business as 
carrier, by order of General Cortina. 

False arrest and imprisonment by civil authori- 
ties on suspicion of oomplicity with murder 
committed in Texas. * 

Destruction of growing crops and farm -stock by 
Mexican army under General Corona, and 
loss of crops in consequence of conscription of 
laborers. 

Destruction of dwelling, out-bouses, and crops 
on ranch by troops under General Corona. 

Forced loans and injury to business and credit, 
and seizure of goods while under French es- 
cort, by Greneral Esoobedo, after the battle of 
Santa Gertrudis. 

False imprisonment with other passengers of 
the Patrita. 

False imprisonment with other passengers of 
the Patrita. 

Banishment fjrom Monterey and consequent de- 
struction of business as grocer. 

Unlawful detention of bark Francis Palmer, by 
Imperial authorities. (See case No. 81, Jan- 
sen vs. Mexico.) 

False arrest and seizure of specie by custom- 
house authorities, on charge of smuggling. 

Pecuniary and other assistance rendered to 
Geronimo Amador, governor of Lower Cali- 
fomia. 

Occupation and use of schooner Potter by Mex- 
ican troops under Colonel Francis F. Dana. 

Interruption of digging in the convent of Santo 
Domingo to discover a treasure of five millions 
of dollars. 

False arrest and imprisonment and destruction 
of property at ranch by Mexican troops. 

Forced loans' and taxes .' 

Arrest, robbery, impressment into the army, and 
castigation. 

Impressment and use of wagon-train and con- 
sequential damages, and interruption of stage 
lines between Matamoros and Monterey. 

Seizure and confiscation of dwelling-house 

False arrest and imprisonment by civil author- 
ities. 

Unlawful seizure of accounts, credits. Sec., of 
H. P. Bee & Co., upon the death of tneir res- 
ident agent. 

Seizure of money and valuables by Mexican 
forces. 

Unlawful seizure, detention, and destruction of 
lot of bread by custom-house officials. 

Balance due on purchase of war-steamers Santa 
■Anna and Iturbide. 

Balance due on war-steamer Benj. Franklin 

Balance due on war-steanier Catharine Aiigusta 

(Sec cases 966 A and 966 B, Butterfield &, Hunt- 
ington vs. Mexico.) 

Amount due Antonio Sandoval by authorities 
of New Mexico. 

Abrogation of contract for improving river Za- 
catula. 

Pillage of saloon by a mob 

Unlawful expulsion from Mexico and violation 
of Sonora-survey contract. (See case No. 48, 
Stone vs. Mexico.) 



When. 



1854 to 1866 



September 20, 1864 
1866 and 1867 



1859 and 1865, 1866 

and 1867. 
1864 and 1865 



August 11, 1H48. 



October, 1857 

May 22,1858 

December 2, 1862 

May, 1859 



May 10. 1865. 

do .... 

do 



July, 1866, to Janu- 
ary, 1867. 



March, 1866 



March 30, 1866 

September 1, 1860, to 
d one 16, 1666. 



March and April, 

1854. 
do 



February 28, 1860... 
July,1869 



1868. 
1860. 



April 8 to 27, 1866... LaPaz 



Where. 



Sabinas Hidalgo 



On the road between Piedras 
Negras and Laredo. 



City of Mexico. 
Monterey 



Camargo to the mouth of the 
Rio Grande. 



1867. 



March 15, 1665 



Divers times. 
June, 1866 



1864 and 1865. 



1858 

January 28, 1858. 



1863 



June 13,1858 

Kovember 4, 1848. . 

February 6, 1855 . . 

March 30, 1855 .... 
July 11, 1855 

Prior to 1848. 
1861 



Taropico 

La Venta de San Antonio. 

State of Thiacala 

Sonera 



Matamoros 

do.... 

do.... 

Chihuahua. 



Near Mazatlan. 



do 



Matamoros, Monterey, Mier, 
and Santa Gertrudis. 



Mazatlan . 

do.. 

Monterey 
San Bias. 



Bagdad 

Lower California 



March 9, 1863 
May, 1859.... 



City of Mexico 



Guanajuato , 



Zacatecas 

Near Camargo 



Matamoros 



City of Mexico 
do 



Monterey 



San Louis Potosi. 

Tabasco 

City of Mexico .. 




City of Mexico 
Sonera 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



41 



of the Untied States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continaed. 



ikmoant 
claimed. 



$101, 989 75 

334,950 00 
250,000 00 

150,000 00 
48, 916 00 
86,302 00 



When 
decided. 



Aug. 2,1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 
A ng. 23, 1871 

Jftn. 20,1872 
Oct. l';,1871 
Jone 9,1874 



By whom decided. 



Nfttnre of decision. 



Umpire, as to merits of 
caae ; hy commissioners 
as to amount. 

Umpire 



50 60 

4,225 14 

75,000 00 

120, 163 00< 

100,000 00 



3,000 00 

950 00 

1,200 00 

75,000 00 

74, 510 00 

81, 745 28 
443, 518 97 

20,000 00 

20,000 00 

5.3, 541 22 

Not Stated.. 

16,000 00 
3.138 35 

15.800 00 
81,518 00 

52,783 00 

1.358 49 
66,396 00 

29, 942 19 



74.400 00 
500,000 00 

69,252 79 



4,489 50 

-21. 146 24 

202,743 21 

193, 482 76 
100,250 00 

27,546 00 

500.000 00 

22,162 66 
100, 000 00 



Feb. 3. 1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1863 

Aag. 16, 1871 
Aug. 16, 1871 
Nov. 29, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

May 6,1871 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 21, 1871 
Apr. 24, 1871 
May 19, 1875 
Jan. 20, 1872 

May 19, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

Mar. 6,1874 
May 19,1875 

May 19, 1875 

May 19, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

Dec. 18, 1874 



May 19, 1875 
Apr. 23, 1874 

July 10, 1871 



May 17, 1871 
Oct 17,1871 



CommissionerB 



.do 
do 
do. 



do. 

Umpire 

do. 

do. 



Commissioners «. 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners.. 



Umpire 
.....do. 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



Umpire 



Commissioners 
do 



Mar. 27, 1871 

May 19, 1875 

June 9,1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 



do. 

do. 
do. 



Commissioners 
do 



......do. 

Umpire 



Award. 



A ward.. ^. 
Dismissed 



do... 

Award.,.. 
Dismissed 



do 
.do 



do V Award 



Award.... 
Dismissed 



Award — 

do... 

do... 

Dismissed 



Dismissed 
Award 



do... 

do... 

Dismissed 
do... 



S. Ex. 31 C 



.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

do 

do 
.do 

.do 



do 
.do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United Stat 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



•7,980 17 



$3, 321 75 



1487, 810 68 



2,191 85 
936 74 



7,100 00 



2.600 00 
2,600 00 



15,656 46 



1,673 48 



4,346 74 



Dismissed for want of Jurisdiction 



Award. 
do 



Dismissed for want of jurisdiction. 
Dismissed 



.do 
.do 



200 00 
2,761 92 



9,164 79 



42 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claima against MexioOf presented to the Joint Commission 



B 



484 
485 

480 

487 

488 

489 



490 
491 



4f>2 
493 



494 

495 

496 

497 

498 
4!»9 
50U 



501 
503 

503 

504 
505 

506 

507 
508 

500 
510 
511 
512 
513 

514 

515 
516 



517 
518 

519 

520 

521 

5'J2 
5-2:i 
5-24 
5-35 



520 
527 



52j^ 

5.'W 
531 



532 
533 



Name of olaimaDt. 



L.L. Lawrence 

L. L. Lawrence, assisnee of 
Blanton McAlpin. 

L. L. Lawrence 

Hartolo C. ITicks 

George L. Macmanns 

La Abra Silver-Mining Corn- 
Company. 

Raphael M. Miller 

Tehnantepec Sbip-Canal, and 
Mexican and Pacific Kailroad 
Company. 

Lionel MoBes 

Thadens A mat, bishop of Mon- 
terey, and Joseph S. A lemany, 
archbishop of San Francisco. 

Josrph E. Smith et al,, owners, 
of schooner James J. Day. 

X. B. Miner, captain of schooner 
Jjimcs J.Day. 

Griffin Jones *. 

Aaron Leggett 

James H. Mansfield 

G. VV. Pierce 

Siini* «-l FiHM, on arcriint of 
sloop Santa Maria, John Ha- 
berle &, Co.. claimanta. 

Sindey Coolidge , 

Joseph M. Vincent 

Henry Ward Poole 

Evans H. Brioton 

A. J. Kirkpatrick 

N.B. Appel 

John Fox & Co 

J. B. Patnam 

Carlos Rins y Martinez 

Anna M. C. KeUar 

Teh sforo Trevifio 

Mis. Lnrroa de Jones 

R<-pr«sentatives of Germ. in 

MusHori. 
William S. Parrott 

John U. Mears 

Matthew W. Starr and Jacob 

Mcrritr, as the firm of Starr & 

Merritt. 

William G. Gulden 

Raphael M.Miller 

H. Puj-os 

A ngUMins Peres 

Fordinandn Paglinri and Julian 
Gonzah'Z. 

Julias Ilergei t 

A ugnstus Per6j* 

Francis Dubois 

Henry B. Vassemn. Raphael M. 

Miner, and Jeanne Muriu Eu- 

^•riiie Miller. 

FdirarJones 

T. W. Leonard 

Asahel Wing 

Francis Blacmanus 

(^aleb H. Blood 

Julius Gen^on and Abram J. 

Dovale, as^ignees of Cesari 

Mcrighi. 
Robert J. Lawrence and Joseph 

O. Shelby. 
Dif>go Castillo Montero and 

Francisco Garcia Muguerza, 

heirs of Hngh Devine. 



Nature of claim . 



Seiznre of schooner Falmontb by cnstom-honse 
anthorities. 

Claim for robbery of property of McAIpin, by 
forces of Miramon. 

Seizure of lot of ground 

Forced loans, arrest, and imprisonment 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment for refusal 
to pay force<l loan. 

Forced abandonment of mining operations by 
reason of alleged persecutions by civil author- 
ities. 

Destruction of merchandise during an action in 
the streets of Matamoroa. 

Violation of canal and railway grants 



Illegal impoMtion of fine 

Interest accrued since 1848 on the " Pious Fund 
of the Californias," which was incorporated 
into the national treasury of Mexico by exec- 
utive decree dated October 24, 1843. 

Unlawful detention of schooner James J. Day 
by civil authorities. 

Unlawful detention while in command of schoon- 
er James J. Day. 

Unlawful detention while on board of schooner 
James J. Day. 

Insufficient award made in a case presented to 
the Mexican commission of 1853. 

False arrest and imprisonment • 

Maltreatment and robbery bv the police 

LoriH nf sloop Santa Maria ana cargo at the hands 
of Imperial authorities. 

Imprisonment by military authorities 

Illegal seizure or schooner Maila and cargo by 
Imperial authorities. 

Dlegal arrest and imprisonment by civil author- 
ities. 

Salary as engineer in Mexican navy 

Illegal seizure of money and jiroiHTfy by cus- 
tom-house authorities. 

lUegal arrest and impriHonmcnt, and ticizure of 
horse by Imperial authorities. 

Seiznre of merchandise by Imperial authorities 

Non-payment for cattle bought by Mexican offi- 
cers. 

Forced service in t he Mexican army 

Unlawful withholding of title-deeds to property 

Illegal seizure of goods on charge of smuggling 

Forced loans by military authoi ity 

Non-payment of Mexican bonds 

An old claim, presented before the commission 
of 18:w. 

Forced levies, contributions and payments 

Forced loons, contributions, &c 



S<Mzureof mules by troops under General Corona 

Seizure of stock of merchandise to satiHfy forced 
loa* 8, by order of Gen. Sorvando Canales. 

Pillage of* house by troops under Captain San- 
chez, of the constitutional army of Mexico. 

Sack of store during disturbance incident to 
the deposition of General Carvajal by Gene- 
ral Canales. 

Seizure of arniR. &c , (the stock in trade of an 
armorer's establishment,) by Imperial autiipr- 
ities. 

Exaction of grain and abandonment of crops at 
Palmillas, Vera Cruz, to avoid persecution. 

Destruction of stock of merchandise during an 
action on the streets of Matamoms. 

Forced abandonment of indigo plantation and 
arrest and imprisonment. 

Sack of store by forces under Servando Canales 



Not clearly indicated 

PanRonEer on the Archibald Gracio. (Vid£ No. 
212, Z<*rnian ps. Mexico. Case erroneously en- 
tered twice on docket.) 

Interest on Mexican bonds 

1 )ishonorod custom-house onlers 

IxiHHof merchandise and false imprisoiiment. .. 

Violati* n of contract for supply of arms, &c..- 



Value of arms and munitions sold and delivered 

at Piedras Negras. 
Destruction of house and stock of goods during 

an attack on Matamoros. 



When. 



March, 1861 

December 23, 1859 



1859 

1859 to 1867 ... 
August 4, 1865 



1866. 



September 23, 1866 
September 1, 1865 . 



1849 

February 3, 1848 . 



September 1, 1857 

...do 

..do 



October 22, 1863 . . . 
December 25, 1855. 
December 27, 1865. 



1.-58 

January 13. 1866 

March, 1865 



1^58 and IfS')... 
December, 1p52 

March 14, leCO . 



April — , 18C5 
1866 



1854. 



December 5, 1856 

184)2 

1848 to 18.'>2 



1862 to 1867 
Itftil to 1867 



1865 

September 14, 1866 . 

November 21, 1857 . 
September 23, 1866 . 



Febmary to Octo- 
ber, 1867. 



1866 , 

November, 1861 — 

1865 and 1866. 

September 23, 1866 . 



1865 

18.55-'56-'57 

1864, 1865, and 1^66. 
1863 



Juno 25, 1805. 
1851 



Where, 



Acapulco . . 
Manzanillo 



Mazatlan .. 
Chihuahua 
do 



Durango... 

Matamoros 
Now York . 



Vera Cruz 

City of Mexico 



Vera Cruz 

do... 

do . . . 



Tabasco 
Laredo . 
Bagdad . 



Not stated . 
Port A ngel 



City of Mexico 



Tamjr'co 

Slate of Sonera 



Matamoros 

Near Matamoroa. 



Coahuila 

City of Mexico... 
Near Matamoros. 
Guanaxuato 



Monterey 
do ... 



Near Mazatlan. 
Matamoros . . . . 



Jicollan 

Matamoros 

City of Mexico 



Palmillas, Vera Crnz 

Matamoros 

Oaxaca 

Matamoros 



Bagdad 

San Luis Potosi . 



Piedras Negras 
Matamoros 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



43 



of the United Stales and MexicOf (under convention of Juljf]4f 1868) — Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



When 
decided. 



$35, 000 00 May 19, 1875 

I 

89, 900 00 Apr. 23, 1874 

I 

100, 000 00 ' Jan. 20, 1872 
175, 000 eO Nov. 29, 1875 
50, 000 00 May 19, 1875 



3, OUO, 030 00 

19, 649 35 
322,907,519 33 

Not stated... 
1,700,000 00 

8,099 25 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 

Not stated. .. 
Not stated .. 
29, 175 07 

Not stated .. 
22, 453 00 

Not stated... 

Not stated... 
Not slated... 

Not stated... 



22, 2j'0 40 
Not stated . . . 


Not sUted .. 

Not stated... 

136 67 

Not stated . . . 

1, 500, 000 00 


Not stated... 

• 


4, 319 25 
2,713 15 


96,000 00 
40,000 00 


150,000 00 


40,000 00 


111.531 12 


16, 294 00 


156, 375 00 


296,999 00 


26,626 50 


Not stated. 


1,050 00 

Id, 786 82 

18,264 56 

130, 000 00 


40,000 00 


101,629 03 



Dec. 27, 1875 

Xng. 2,1871 
Nov. 27, 1873 



Jan. 20,1872 
Nov. 29, 1875 



Oct. 17,1871 

Jan. 20, 1872 

Jan. 20,1872 

Jan. 20,1872 

Jan. 20, 1872 
Mar. 6.1874 
Jan. 20, 1872 



Jan. 20,1872 
Jan. 20,187-2 

Jan. 20, 1872 

Jan. 20, IH72 
Jan. 20, ld72 

Jan. 20,1872 

June 9, 1874 
Jan. SO, 1872 

Mar. 6, 1874 
Jan. 20, 1872 
Mar. 0,1874 
Jan. 20,1872 
Feb. 3,1874 

Jan. 20,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Dec. 27, 1871 



Nov. 29, 1875 
Nov. 29, 1875 

June 9,1874 

Dec 24,1873 

Oct. 17,1871 

Mar. 6,1874 
Aug. 2,1871 
Doc 18,1874 
May 19, 1875 



Apr. 10, 1872 
Jan. 20,1872 



Feb. 3, 1874 
Nov. 29. 1875 
June 9, 1874 
Dec 24, 1873 



Apr. 10, 1872 
Nov. », 1875 



By whom decided. 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 
do. 



do. 



do 

Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 



.do 

.do 

do 



do 
do. 

do 

do 
do 

.do 

do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do. 
.do. 
.do 

do 



Umpire , 

Commissioners . 



Umpire 
do. 



Commissioners 
do 



do. 



, do'- 

do. 

Umpire 
do. 



Commissioners 
do 



do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do. 

Umpire 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed. 
do... 



do 

Award. 
do 



do 



do... 

Dismissed 



do 

Award. 



do... 

Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



.no 

.do 

do 



do 
.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 
do ... 



do 
do 

do 



do.... 

Disallowed. 

Dismissed . 

do.... 



.do 



Consolidated with No. 27t'. (J. W. 
Leonard vs. Mexico.) 



DismlHsed 

do... 

do ... 

do... 



do 
.do 



Award. 



Uuit«4l States 
currency. 



flOO 00 



9,856 64 



United States 
gold. 



$14, 649 00 



2,230 77 



Mexican 
gold. 



11,097 71 
560 00 

683,041 32 



904. 070 79 



i 



44 



UNITED &TATE8 AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American daims against Mexico, presented to the Joint Commission 



5-- 



534 
535 
536 

537 
538 

539 

540 

541 

542 
543 

544 

545 
546 

547 

548 

549 
550 

551 

552 

553 

554 
555 

556 

557 

558 

550 

560 

661 

662 

063 

664 

565 
566 
567 

568 



569 
570 
571 
57i 



573 
574 
575 
576 
677 
578 
579 



Kame of claimant. 



Sbip Abbott Lawrence, B. B. 

Titoonib, claimant 
State Bank of Hartford 



Sanderson'Brotbers & Co. 



Jobn E. Schreck 
Daniel Oreen..., 



Lewis Scbnmaker . 



Joseph Ravesi 
John Friery ... 



William Koenifi; 

Isaac Moses, assignee of Joseph 

Moses. 
Christian Frederick Mollman. .. 



James P. Hickman , 
Richard (Hgnet 



Joseph F. Michel 

William George Hale and Fran- 
cis James Parker, as the firm 
of Hale & Parker. 

Charles MoMan OS 



Mariano Troviiio Garsa. 



John P. Kelsey ... 
William Irelan.... 
Francisco Ytnnia 



do 



Richard King and Mifflin Ken- 

nedy. 
William KHome 



William M. Bennett. 



William H.Nelson. 
Sebron G. Sneed, sr. 
Joseph A. Costa ... 
Albert Champion . . 
Samuel Brannan... 
Lewis Steelman . . . . 
John A.Wolfe 



Joseph Cooper Ac Co. 

S. Hugnet . . . 

Ernest F. Leichardt. . 



Augast 



A. Staacke, L. F. Borge, and 
Charles Ajidre, as the firm of 
A. Staacke & Co. 

John Vails ■ 

Bamev Mooney 

Benj. t*. M. Selxas 

Charles E. Hale 



Edward Wright .. 

Lonis Simon 

Sanforth Kidder.. 
Leopold Schlinger 

Penny Bndan 

Asenor Porohe .... 



I 



Kennedy & King, a firm com- 
posed of Mifflin Kennedy and 
Richard King. 



Nature of claim. 



Unlawful exaction of tonnage-dues from ship 
Abbott Lawrence. 

Amount due for Minie rifles furnished to agents 
of Mexican government in New York. 

Amount due for Minie rifles furnished, being an 
equitable interest in the claim No. 535, State 
Bank of Hartford vs. Mexico. 

Destruction of dwelling, carriage-factorv, and 
stock by troops under General Carv^al. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of cotton- 
planting operations by reason of conscription 
of laborers. 

Amount due for arms, dtc, shpplied under con- 
tract. 

Destruction of merchandise and household ef- 
fects during siege of Matamoros. 

Pillage of stock of merchandise in the sack of 
Bagdad. 

Seizure of horse, saddle^ &c., and forced loan 

Balance of account due for military supplies 
furnished to government of Mexico. 

Damages by reason of decree reducing the value 
of copper coin. 

Forced loans 

Uniforms furnished Mexican soldiers and offi- 
cers. 

Pillage of wine store and saloon 

Robbery of cattle from Santa Rosa ranch, by 
armed bands from Mexico. 

Forced loans and illegal imprisonment by order 
of Greneral Cortina. 

Claim for loss of cattle stolen from San Pedro 
de la Barreta ranch by armed bands from 
Mexico. 

Forced loans and illegal imprisonment by mili- 
tary authorities. 

Interruption of claimant in his oflTort to secure 
the treasure of the lost steamer Golden Gate. 

Loans to military oflicers for public use, and 
custom-house certificate^. 

Robbery of cattle by armed bands from Mexico. 

Robbery of cattle from raucb by armed l)auds 
from Mexico. 

Seizure of moles and goods and expulsion from 
ranch Palmillas, destruction oi CM>ps, Sec. 

Deterioration in value aud pillage of lot of mer- 
chandise while under unlawful seizure by 
civil anthoriUes. 

Unlawful arrest, robbery, and imprisonment by 
troops under General Figueroa. 

False arrest and imprisonment by troops under 
General Figueroa. 

False arrest and imprisonment by troops under 
General Figueroa. 

Robbery of cattle fh>m ranch by Mexican troops 
of the command of General Cortina. 

Services and pecuniae advances as recruiting 
agent in California. 

Seizure of wrecking-apparatus by captain of 
port. 

Devastation of indigo plantation by Mexican 
troops. 

Losses incident to the sack of Bagdad 

Robbery of store during the sack of Bagdad 

False arrest, maltreatment, and injury to stand- 
ing and character. 

Forced loans and seizure of property by the im- 
perial authorities. 

Losses incident to sack of Bagdad. 

Losses incident to sack of Bagdad 

Looses incident to sack of Bagdad 

Losses incident to sack of Bagdad 

Pillage of store and forced abandonment of busi- 
ness, at the hands of Republican troops, after 
the capture of Hermosiilo from the Imperial- 
ists. 

Illegal imprisonment by military authorities and 
consequential losses. 

Seizure of personal and household effects by 
troops unaor General IiMgneroa. 

Damages incident to attack on Matamoros by 
Car?%jal. 

Loss of merchandise during siege of Matamoros 
by Carvi^al. 

Loss of merchandise during siege of Matamoros 
by Carv^jaL 

Loss of merchandise during siege of Matamoros 
by CarvfvJaL 

Seizure of merchandise by General Carv^jal, upon 
his occupation of Matamoros, after its evacua- 
tion by General Mcjia*s Imperial troops. i 



When. 



Where. 



April. 1664 

August 19, 1859. 
— do 



November, 1861 
1864,1865,1866. 



October 31, 1865. 
1861 and 1862.... 
Januarys, 1866.. 



1865 

AprU 17, 1857 



November 8, 1869. 



1862 to 1864 
1867 



September, 1866. 
1866 to 



1869 



August 26, 1861 
1866 to 1869.... 



1865, 18(^6, and 1867. 

1862 and 1863 

1862 



Acapnlco . 
New York 
do.... 



Matamoros 
Sinaloa 



Matamoros 
Bagdad 



Coahuila 

City of Mexico. 



Chihuahua. 



do.. 

Tampico. 



Guaymas 
Texas .... 



Matamoros 
Texas 



1866 to 1869 
— do 



Camargo. 

Off Maozanillo., 
Matamoros 



1864. 



January to Juno, 
1864. 

May — , 1866 ........ 

Mayl5,18d6 , 

....do 

1859 

1865,1866 

September 19,1869 .. 

1865 and 1866 



January 5, 1866. 

— do 

1808 



1864, 1865, aud 1866 



Januar>'5, 1866. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

May 4, 1866 . .. 



Ranch, Puntodel Montc.Tcx. 
Santa Gortrudis ranch, Ti;xiu« 



Dnranso 



Piedras Negras 



Tuxtepec, State of VeraCmz 

do 

do 

Cameron County, Texas 

San Francisco 

SalinaCruz 

State of Oaxaca 



Bagdad .. 

do .. 

Monterey 



Matamoros 



Bagdad .... 
.....do..., 

do.... 

do .... 

ITermosillo . 



1861 

January 11, 1867. 
1861 and 1862.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 



July, August, and 
September, 1866. 



Minatitlan 

Near Tehoan tepee . 

Matamoros 

do 

do 

do 

do 



UNITED STATES ANP MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



45 



of the United States and Mexico, (underlconvention of July 4, 1868) — ContiDaed. 



Amount 
claimed. 



$1,500 00 
10,000 00 



When 
decided. 



Apr. 10, 1872 
July 27, 1876 



8, 950 00 July 27, 1876 



32,232 50 
131, 585 00 

63, 699 60 

11,150 00 

7,939 50 

2,390 00 
105, 200 00 

1,014 50 

9,335 20 
1,799 16 

50,000 00 
140, 287 36 

100, 000 00 

34. 499 51 

23, 150 48 

184,000 00 

8, 918 76 

32, 343 33 
569,991 10 

426, 814 40 

60,000 00 

100, 000 CO 
^, 478 00 
75, 715 00 
40,000 00 
19, 376 97 

54.500 00 

558, 478 50 

92,173 26 
33, 343 00 
H), 000 00 

17, 770 OOi 

13. 250 00) 
42,903 CO 
29,000 00 
54. 444 00 
85.000 00 

125 000 00 

34, 750 00 

16,000 00 

9,000 00 

251 50 

1,635 00 

906. 810 06 



June 9, 1874 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

June 17, 1874 

May 19, 1875 

May 19, 1875 
May 22, 1871 

Jan. 17,1872 

May 19, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

Mar. 6,1875 
Jan. S5,187G 

May 25, 1875 
Feb. 3.1874 

Jan. 25,1876 

Jan. 25,1876 

July 19, 1871 

Jan. 25,1976 
Jan. 25,1875 

May 25, 1875 

May 19,1875 

Mar. 6,1875 

.Jan. 25,1876 

Mar. 6,1875 

May 25, 1875 

Jan. 25, 1876 

Jan. 17,1872 

Oct 17,1871 

Jan. 25,1876 
May 25, 1875 
Mar. 6,1874 

May 25, 1875 

Mav 25, 1875 
May 25, 1875 
Jan. 25,1876 



Dy whom decided. 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do 

Commissioncra 
do 



do. 
do 

do. 



do. 

Umpire 



do. 
do. 



Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 

do. 

do. 



.do. 
do. 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do 



May 25, 1875 
May 25, 1875 
Dec. 18,1874 
Jan. 25, 1876 
Jan. 25, 1876 
Jan. 25,1876 
Jan. 25, 1876 



do 
do. 
Umpire 



May 25, 1875 Commissioners 



do. 

do. 

Umpire 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 



.do 
do 

do 
do 



do 
.do 



$100 00 



Mexican 
gold. 



$16,649 31 



$66, 623 68 



Award — 
Dismissed 
Award.... 



Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
do 



11,787 30 



Disallowed 
Dismissed . 

Award 

Dismissed . 
do.... 



Withdrawn by ajscentof United States, 

case having arisen too late. 
Dismissed 



do 

.do 

do 



.do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do.... 

do .... 

Disallowed. 
Dismissed . 

do-... 

do.... 

do.... 



500 00 



2,000 00 



46 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claime againet Meiaco, pretmUd to the Joint Commitaum 



a . 



580 



581 



582 
583 

584 

585 

586 
587 

588 
589 

590 
591 

592 
593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 

600 
601 
602 

603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
6t0 

611 

612 
613 
614 
615 

616 



Name of clalmaDt. 



Charles C. Hanaslor 



Christina Ei^rendorff, adminin* 
tratrix of Franz Elgendorff, 
deceased, and Carl Hago, 
gnardian of the minors Hasel* 
off. 

Heirs of James Edward Calhonn 

Argentine M. Petit, nle Ferranti, 
widow of Jesse W. Arnold. 

John Focke 

John Hill and John W. Hill. . . . 

T.P.Howell 

Parker H. French 



Slnaloa Silver-Mining Company 

William Reynolds and Horace 
Thomas. 

Thomas E. Reynolds and James 
E. Slaughter. 

Salome and John Mc A Hen, claim- 
ing for Salome McAIleik and 
John 



Young, as heirs of^ohn 



lei^t 
ofT!r< 



Young, deceased 
Dtfniel M. Jordan . 



Martin de Leou 

Emilio Robert 

Humphrey E. Woodhonse. . 
Josefa de Thor6 de Lesp^s. 
Richard Chenery 



Richard Chenery and Edward 

Slosson. 
Louis Bums 



David O. Shattuck and Dickson 

P. Shattuck. 
Parish B.Ladd 



Joseph S. Kemm. 



Cyrus W. Lander and Melvin B. 

Lander. 
John Samuels 



Watson F. Hughes. 
Elihu Marchant ... 
Harvey Lake 



Estate of M. J. de Lisardi, P. del 

Valle, trustee. 
Ephraini Magoon and John P. 

Schaefor. 
James M.Taylor 



Charles Nordhansen 



Germania Mina Prieta Mining 

Company. 
Jean N. Zerman 



Lambert Irelan 

William C. Culberson 



Samuel Miller 



617 Elihn T. Snider 



Nature of claim. 



Destruction of crops on ranch and imprisonment 
by forces under General Martinez, of the Re- 
publican army. 

Forcible entry of store and destruction of goods 
by Mexican soldiers during a street-fight. 



Violation of contract for survey of lands in So- 
nera. (Vide No. 48. Stone v«. Mexico.) 

Seizure of Stock and equipment of stage-line 
between Matamoros and Bag<1ad by military 
authorities. 

Depredations on farm by troops of General Co- 
rona. 

Seizure of com and household effects, and false 
imprisonment. 

Intere^t on Mexican bonds 

Depredations on ranch on Rio Grande by Mexi- 
can and American robbers, aod false impris- 
onment. 

Interference with mining-operations by civil 
authorities. 

Interference with mining and mannfacturinie 
operations by authorities of the so-called Zul- 
oaga Government. 

Abrogation of contract for colonizing and im- 
proving island of Las Tres Marias. 

Losses daring seige of Matamoros by Carvaial.. 



Destruction of farming-establishment by soldiers 

Forced loans and exactions of mei cbandise by 
divers military authorities. 

Damages to farm and mansion-house by Mexi- 
can forces. 

Forced loans and exactions of merchandise by 
divers authorities. 

Seizure and loss of steamboat Aurora by military 
authorities. 

Services as financial agent under employment 
of Sanchez Ochoa. 

Services as pnrchs sing-agents under employ- 
ment of Sanchez Ochoa. 

Board r f officers and troops, loss of cattle and 
stock, and forcible ejectment from town of 
Presidio. 

Impressment of fsrm-hands by General Corona 
and consequential losses. 

Damages to farming-operations by troops of 
General Corona. 

Destruction of business as hotel-keeper, seizure 
of stock and household effects, false airest and 
imprisonment by forces under General Corona. 

Depredations on ranch by troops under General 
Corona. 

Interruption of and damage to planting-opera- 
tions by General Corona's forces. 

Depredations on ranch by troops under General 
Corona. 

Depredations on ranch by troops under General 
Corona. 

Services ss recruiting-agent in California, and 
as officer of army in Mexico. 

Violation of contract for manufacture of tobacco 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment, by civil author- 
ities, on charge of murder. 

Destruction of stock of grocery, medical library, 
Sec, upon the capture of the city of Victoria 
from the Imperialists by Colonel Mendez, of 
the Republican army. 

Divers seizures of merchandise by revolutionary 
forces ; goo<ls supplied to General Garza a 
forces while in p<H»se8sion of Matamoros, and 
forced loans. 

Impressment of miners and forced abandonment 
of mining operations. 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment and mal- 
treatment- 
Impressment of miners and forced abandon- 
ment of mining-operations. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining 
and farming operations, by reason of depreda- 
tions of tixraps under General Corona. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, at the hands of troops under Gen- 
eral Corona. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, at the hands of troops under Gen- 
oral Corona. 



When. 



September, 1866 



January 12 and 13, 
1864. 



May, 1859 . 
April, 1865 



1864 

Not stated 



Not stated 



18C8 

June, 1858. 



September 25, 1867 
1861 and 1862 



Where, 



N'ear Guaymas. 
Matamoros .... 



Sonera. 



Between Matamoros and 
Bagdad. 

Sinaloa 

Presidio County, Texas .... 



Texas frontier 



1865 and 1866 

1866, 1867, and 1868 . 

Julv and August, 

IJ^. 
1861 to 1865 



March 4, 1860 
1865 and 1866. 

do 

1865 .. 



...do 

1865 and 1866 

1865, 1866, and 1867 



1865 

1864 

1865 and 1666. 
....do 



Febraary, 1867. 
April, 1865 



1867, 1868, and 1869.. 

May and June, 1866 

March, 1868 

1866 

1865, 1866, and 1867 .. 



Sinaloa 

State of Jalisco 

City of Mexico 
Matamoros 



State of Jalisco .... 
State of Tamaulipas 



do 



In and about Matamoros... 
Vera Cru z 



San Francisco, New York, 

and Washington. 
San Frnncisco, New York, 

and elsewhere. 
Presidio 



Near Mazatlau 

do 

Presidio 



Near Mazatlau 

do 

do 

do 

California and Mexico 

City of Mexico 

Hidalgo del Parral . . . 
Victoria 



State of Tamaulipas 



Sonera 

City of Mexico. 

Sinaloa 

Near Presidio.. 



.do State of Sinaloa 



1865 and 1866. 



.do 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



47 



' of the United States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continued. 



Amonnt 
claimed. 



When 
decided. 



133,333 00 



7, 086 78 



Nut stated... 
46, 025 00 

13, 415 05 

115,000 00 

94, 050 00 
4-26, 399 UO 



500,000 00 
1,500,000 00 

1,000,000 00 
34, 144 00 

77, 5:i0 00 
5l,7U5 71 

12,410 00 

115,(57 76 

2r?, 051 82 

I », 335 00 

109,196 00 

100, 000 00 

100, OOO 00 

77, OCO 00 

100, 000 00 

75, 000 00 
50,000 00 
53, 750 00 
38,000 ^0 
10, 000 00 
500, 000 00 
148.600 00 
30,000 00 

89,333 76 

500, 000 00 
50,000 00 

116,616 00 
4?, 700 OO 

21, 826 00 

33, COO 00 



/an. 35, 1876 



Nov. 7,1871 



Jan. 35, 1876 
June 17, 1874 

Jan. 80, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Feb. 3,1874 
Apr. 10, 1872 



Nov. 6,1872 
Apr. 33, 1874 

May 85, 1875 
May 19, 1875 

JulvSfi. 1871 
Mar. 6, 1«75 

May 32, lc7l 

Feb. 15, 1876 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Feb. 15,1876 

May 38, 1875 

May 38, 1875 

Feb. 15, 1876 
Feb. 15, 187C 
Feb. 15, 1876 

Feb. 15, 1876 
Feb. 15, 1876 
Feb. 15, 1876 
Feb. 15, 1876 
Mar. 16, 1871 
Jan. 30, 1872 
May 38, 1875 
Mar. 6,1875 

June 10, 1876 

May 38, 1875 
Feb. l.l, 1876 
May 38, 1875 
May 38, 1875 

May 38, 1875 

May 38, 1875 



By whom decided. 



Umpire 



do 



do 

CommiBoionera 



do. 

do 

do 
.do 

.do 
do 



do. 

Umpire. 



(NiinniiHsioiirrn 
Umpire 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 

do 

Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

Commissioners 

do 

do 

Umpire 



do 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



do 



do 



Naiare of decision. 



Dismissed . 



Award . 



Dismissed. 
do ... 



do 

do 

do 
do 



do 
do 

.do 
do 



R« ji*r,t«d ... 
DiH:i11o\vcd. 



Award 

Dismissed 

do .. 

do... 



do 
do 



do 

do 

.do 



Award.... 
Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

Award.... 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



$5,581 85 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



100 00 



Consolidated with No. 146, same claim- 
ant. 
Dismissed 



Award. 



do 



Dismissed , 

Award 

Dismissed 
do... 



do 



do 



4,829 59 



12, 399 75 



$4,350 30 



40 80 



1, 321 57 



1,000 00 



48 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against MexicOj presented to the Joint Commission 



B 

d 

|l 

P _ 

618 



619 

620 

621 
622 

623 

624 

625 

626 

627 

628 

629 

630 
631 

632 



633 
634 



635 

636 
637 

638 
639 
640 

641 
612 
643 
644 

645 

646 



647 

648 

649 

650 

651 

652 

653 
654 

655 

656 

657 

658 
659 
660 

661 

662 

663 

664 

665 

666 



Kame of claimant. 



George Pace . 



William M. Landrum 



William A. Rif^s. 



Vallecillo Mining Company. 
Edwin GbolHOu , 



James Gholaon... 
John H. Gholson. 
John H. Gholson . 



Mary L. Raymond and Mary 

Scnutter. 
Vincent £. Magendie 



Rolla E. Brewster, William H. 

Ladd, and George W. Dent. 
David Connelly, Gnstavo Reis, 

and John H. Beard. 
David C. Eaton's administrator. 
A. H. McHatton 



John C. Horan, George W. Dent, 
William H. Ladd, Philip 
Meagher, and P. J. White. 

E. J. Wicks and R E. Brewster. . 

John Frederick Murray 



John A. EUert . 



John A. Cramer 

James Powers, on account of 
steamer SeHorita. 

Edward Byrnes 

Jonas Marks &Co 

George O. Wilkinson 



James H. Phelps. 
George Powers .. 
H. B. Simonson . . 
Louis P. Levy . . . 



Alexander H. Levy 
Frances A. Levy ... 



William C. Dickens. 

C.W.Thomas 

Martin M. Steinthal 
Alfred F. Marshall . . 
Charles H. Vivian .. 
John R. Burleson. .. 



Hagh Lewis . . 
Stephen Loval 



L. J. Dresch 

George Enderle. 
James Hoston . . 



William W. Amett .. 
William W.Bru ton.. 
William McLaughUn 



William W. Bratton 
Stephen S. Brown... 
Anastacio Montes .. 
Joseph Tnmlinson.. 
WUliamM. South... 
P.H.Maxfeldt 



Nature of claim. 



Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, by reason of depredations of Gen- 
eral Corona's troops. 

Interruption and foiled abandonment of mining- 
operations, by reason of depredations of Gen- 
eral Corona's troops. 

Depredations upon store and ranch by trod|la of 
the Republican army. 

Seizure of mining-machinery by General Well . . 

Destruction of household effects and tools of 
trade, dnrinsr siege of Matamoros. 

Destruction ol household effects, tools of trade, 
&,c., during siege of Matamoros. 

Destruction of household effects and tools of 
trade, during siege of Matamoros. 

False arrest and imprisonment and destruction 
of tinsmith's shop, by military authorities. 

Losses of household effecls, consequent upon 
the pillage of Bagdad. 

Seizure of horses and merchandise by military 
authorities. 



Interruption of mining-operations 
Interruption of mining-operations 



Killing of D. C. Eaton bv soldiers 

Shooting, wounding, and impHsoning of claim- 
ant by soldiers. 
Interruption of mining-operations 



Interruption of mining-operations 

Damage to practice as physician, failure to pro- 
tect person and property, depredations on 
ranch, &o. 

Injuries to person and propotty; not clearly 
stated. 

False impriHonment 

Seizure and detention of steamboat S; fiorita by 
military authorities. 

Seizure of quantity of percussion -caps , 

Forced loans and consequential losses 

Unlawful arrest, imprisonment, and maltreat- 
ment by General Uraga. 

Not clearly slated 

Not clearly stated 

Seizure of salt by militar3' autlioritirs 

Illegal arrest, imprison nlents and maltreatment 
by forces under General Figueroa. 

Dlegal arrest, imprisonment, and maltreatment 
.by forces under General Figneroa. 

Interruption to farming-operations conseqnent 
upon arrest of her agents, Louis P. and Alex- 
ander H. Levy, by General Figueroa's troops. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers of Mexico. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mloing 
and farming operations. 

Interruption of commercial business by mili- 
tary authorities. 

Dlegal arrest and imprisonment by General 
Figneroa. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers of Mexico. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers of Mexico. 

Seizure of cotton by forces under General Cortina 

False arrest and imprisonment, and forced aban- 
donment of business. 

False arrest and imprisonment, and forced aban- 
donment of business. 

False arrest and imprisonment, and forced aban- 
donment of business. 

Seizure of horses, mules, and coaches, and break- 
ing up of st^e-line from Matamoros to Ca- 
margo by General Cortina's troops. 

Seizure of arove of cattle by military authorities 

Depredations on cattle-ranch 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers of Mexico. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers of Mexico. 

Various seizures of property by civil and mili- 
tary authorities. 

Seizure of wagon-train, illegal arrests, &c., by 
troops nnder General Cortina. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by citizens and 
soldiers from Mexico. 

Robbery of personal effects, false imprisonment, 
Sec, by military authorities. 

Seizure of private arms, provisions, &o., by mil- 
itary authorities. 



When. 



1864. 



1865 and 1866. 



1864, 1665, and 1866 



1854 

November 22, 1861 



...do 

...^0 

November 7, 1865. 
January 5, 1866 . . . 
18G5andl86G 



Not stated 
...do , 



.do 
.do 



.do 



...do 

1856 to IdUO. 



Not stated 



...do 

June 25, 1865. 



April, 18G4 

18(i4, 1^65, and 1866. 
November 29, 1851.. 



Not stated... 

... do 

January, 1807 
May 3U, 1866 . 



May 30, 1866 
May 30, 1866 



1861 to 1869.. 
1865 and 1866 
June, 1864 ... 
May 25, 1866 . 
1861 to 1869.. 
— do 



June 19,1865 

December 14, 1864.. 

February 23, 1865 .. 

December, 1864 ... 

June, 1865 



October 10,1863 

isei'toVabV ".'.'.! 
....do .T 

1863 to 1867 

June, 1865 

1861 tol8C9 

1864 to 1867.... 
1864 and 1865.... 



Where. 



State of Sinaloa 



do 



.do 



Matamoros 
do.... 



do 

do 

do 

Bagdad 
Souora . 



\ 



Durango 
Sinaloa . 



do 
do 



Durango 



, do 

Sinalua 



Not stated 



Mazatlan 

On the Rio Grande. 



Near Picdras Negras 

Matanr.oros 

New Camargo 



Not stated 

do 

Oaxaca 

State of Vera Cruz 



do 
.do 



Dimmit County, Texas 

Coahuila 

Piedras Negras 

Toxtepec, State of Oaxaca . . 

Dimmit County, Texas 

do 



Near Reynosa . 
Piedras Negras 



do 
do 



Matamoros and Camargo. . 



New Leon 

Texas 

Dimmit Count}', Texas 



do 

State of Coahuila 



Between Matamoros and 

Camargo. 
Dimmit County, Texas 



State of CoahniU 
do....; 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



49 



of ikt United States and MexioOf (under aynvention of July 4, 186ti)— Continned. 



Amoant 
claimed. 



196,844 60 
100,000 00 

105,003 00 

Not stated . . . 
87,771 90 

90,061 20 

97,300 00 

46,:{00 00 

9, 740 00 

10, 193 35 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
Not stated... 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
734,160 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
48,000 00 

79,800 00 
67,041 79 
95,000 00 

900,000 00 

900,000 00 

949, 448 39 

75,000 00 

75,000 00 

30,000 00 

50,000 00 

60,000 00 

32,000 00 

53,975 00 

50,000 00 

900,000 00 

5,000 00 
100,000 00 

90,700 00 

100,500 00 

17,900 00 

95,000 00 
88,000 00 
50,000 00 

50,000 00 

900,000 00 

36,350 0* 

50.000 00 

58,175 00 

50,000 00 



When 
decided. 



May 98, 1875 
Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 15,1876 

Apr. 10,1872 
Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 3, 1874 

May 98, 1875 

Jan. 17.1879 

Apr. 10,1872 

Apr. 10,1872 

Apr. 10,187-2 
Apr. 10,1879 

Apr. 10, I87ft 



Apr. 10,1872 
June 17, 1874 



Apr. 10,1872 

Apr. 10.1872 
Jane 17, 1874 

May 28, 1875 
Feb. 15,1876 
Mar. 6,1875 

Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10. 1872 
May 19, 1875 
Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 15, 1876 

May 98, 1875 

Jan. 95, 1876 

May 31, 1875 

Jane 27, 1874 

Mar. 6,1875 

Jan. 95, 1876 

Jan. 25, 1876 

Feb. 15, 1876 
May 31, 1875 

Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 15,1876 

Mi^ 31, 1875 

May 31, 1875 
May 31, 1875 
Jan. 95. 1876 

Jan. 95, 1876 

May 31, 1875 

Jane 9, 1874 

Jan. 95, 1876 

Feb. 15,1876 

May 31, 1875 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



.do 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do 

do 

Commissioners 
do 



Commissioners 
do 



do 
do 

do 



do 
.do 



.do 

do 
do 



do. 

Umpire 
do. 



Commissioners 

.....do 

Umpire 

do 



do 

Commissioners 

Umpire . . . > 

Commissioners 

' do 

Umpire 

do 

do 



do 

Commissioners 



Umpire 

do 

CommiBiioners 



do. 

do. 

Umpire 



do! 

Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 

do 

Commissioners 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 



.do 

.do 

do 
do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 



Withdrawn by the agent of the United 
States, claimant not being a citizen 
of the Uuited State^. 

Dismissed 



do 

do 
do 

do 



do 
do 



do 

do 
do 



do ... 

Award — 
Dismissed 



do 

do 

do 

Award. 



do... 

Dismissed 



do... 

do... 

do... 

Award ... 
Dismissed 
do... 



do . 
do. 



do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 



Award. 



Uuited States 
currencj\ 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



$52,581 37 



9,000 00 
9,000 00 



9,000 00 



S. Ex. 31- 



50 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against Mexico ^ presented to the Jo%nt\Commission 



a 

d 
a . 

2J 



667 

668 

669 

670 

671 
672 
673 

674 

675 

676 

677 

678 
679 
680 
681 
68i 

683 
684 

885 
C86 

687 
688 
689 
690 

• 

601 

692 
693 
694 

695 

60C 



697 
698 
699 

700 

prrv. 

701 
702 

703 



704 

705 
706 
707 

708 

709 

710 



Name of claimant. 



Henry Brahn 

JoBeph Rosenfleld . . . 
Amos O. Strickland . . 
Robert H. K. Dngan ' . 



Natnre of claim. 



ThomM Lloyd 

D. D. Brainard & Co 

Dewharstd^ Emerson.byCharlee 

H. Emerson, snrvivor. 
David Smith 



A. F. Lanfranoo. 
Herman Sturm . 



Marearet Briggs, widow and ad- 
ministratrix of Capt Entiraim 
Briggs, of schooner Curlew. 
(F»d«No. 140.) 

Martin Lnjan 



Clement Remes. . 
Parker Barnbam . 



David Koney 

ory 
Gilletto 



Henrv S. Gillette and^Johu S. 



Barrill Daniel 



Gayiord J. Clarke, administrator 
of estate of John St«^venson, 
deceased. 

Loais Titus Dautin 



Benancia'French 



Frederick \f . Phelps 
Pablo Mexiafi 



Frank B. Williams and W. M. 

Pierson. 
The town of San Elizario, by 

Josun Lagan and Thomas 

Garcia. 
Joseph Magoffin 



Charles C. Rhodes 
rionry Brnmel 



James L. Myers 

Heirs of Hiram Anderson Dorris 
Thomas C. Baker 



Engonio Rontie de Garate 
Oferina V. Primm do Wood. 
Eugenio^Roqiie de Garate . . . 



James W. Stevens . 



George Moore •. 

Kimball C.^Eldredgo. 



Caroline M. Dononghho, Mary 
Ann J. Dononghho. and Rob- 
ert Dononghho, heirs at law 
of Cvrns W. Donoughho. 

James H. Hughes 



\3. Hnt«hin8 

J. Gartin 

Kleeber &' McManna' 



Lansing Haight . . 

Juan A. Robinson . 

|T. Robinson Bours 



Depredation on cattle-ranch by citizens and 

soldiers of Mexico. 
Seizure of cotton by GeuerarCortina and 'other 

losses. 
Depredations on cattle-ranch by 'armed men 

from ^Mexico. ^ 

Seizure of wagons, mules, specie, He, by mwps 

of General Ortega. 

Seizure of cotton by military authorities 

Forced loans 

Violation of contracts for snnplving arms, made 

in New York with General Herman Sturm. 
Violation of contracts for supplying arms, made 

in New York with General H. Sturm. 
Interference with business b}"^ the' captain of 

the port., &c. 
Services and expenses and obligations incurred 

as confidential agent of Mexico in United 

States. 
Unlawful arrest and imprisonment of husband.. 



Impressment of wagon-trains and stock, seizure 
of private arms, &c., by military authorities. 

Unlawful ejectment from ranch and seizure of 
stock of g(K»ds. 

Seizure of ambulance, horse, and arms by mili- 
tary anthorities. 

Seizures of ambulance, mules, and specie by 
military authorities. ^ 

Unlawful ejectment from lands in 9 Paso 
County, Texas, in connection with the con- 
struction of a canal to improve the channel of 
the Rio Grande. 

Unlawful arrest and imprisonment of claimant 
and family. 

Seizure of cotton aboard steamer Mejia and kill- 
ing of John Stevenson by forces under General 
Cortina. 

Impressment of wagon-trains and employes by 
troops under General Negrete. 

Unlawful ejectment from lands in El Paso 
Countv, Texas, in connection with the con- 
struction of a canal and dam for the improve- 
ment of the channel of the Rio Grande. 

Services and expenditures as superintendent of 
government mechanics. 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment by civil anthor- 
ities. 

Hlegal appropriation of lumber by civil author- 
ities or Mexirx). 

Value of land thrown on to Mexican side by 
sudden change of channel of Rio Grande. 

Destruction of buildings near Fort Bliss by the 
unlawful changing of the channel of the Rio 
Grande by Mexican anthorities. 

Interest on^Mexican bonds 

Interest on Mexican bonds 

False arrest and imprisonment by police author- 
ities. 

Murder of Hiram Anderson Dorris by Mexican 
soldiers. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of trading 
operations at the hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Seizure of goods by General Marquez , 

Seizure of goods bv army of Goneml;Negrete . . 

Goods seized by (reupral Caryajal 

Goods seized by General Cortina 

Depredations on plantation by forces of the 
liberal army. 

Losses sustained by the siege of Matamoros 

Violation of contract for militaryisupplles made 
by General Vega. 

Murder of C.W. Donoughho, superintendent of 
Rosario and Cannen Mining Company, by a 
mob al1ege<l to have been headed by 'an alcalde 
of the district of Candelero, State of Sinaloa. 

Interruption oF farming-operations by Imperial 
troops. 

Seizure of cotton 

Injuries^to person and property 

Same as No. 998, which see 



Int^^rmption of 'farming-operations* by General 
Corona's troops. 

Failure'* to jfprotecfroerchandise'Ifrom"! Indian 
depre<lations, and consequent losses. 

False arrest, imprisonment, and exaction of ran- 
som, by order of Colonel Adolfo Palacio, of the 
liberal army. 



Whon.^ 



1861 to 1869 ... 
1863, 1864, 1865 
March, 1864 . . . 
October, 1861.. 



October, 1864.. 
1863 to 1866 .. . 
I8rt6 , 



— do 

1869 and 1870.. 
1865, 1866. 1867 



October 14, 1856 



Where. 



Dimmit County, Texas. 

Near Camargo 

Kinney County, Texas . 
Dorango 



Near Matamoros . 

Monterey 

New York 



, do 

La Ventosa . . . 
United States 



Mazatlan 



1862,1863,1864 
1863 and 1866.. 



January 1, 1865, and 

March 1. 1865. 
1865 and 1866 



1865 to 1869 



September, 1865 
June, 1865 



March, April, and 

Mav, 1865. 
1865to"1869 



July to October, 1866 

July, 1868 

1868 

1865 



1868 



1865 

do 

September 25, 1868 

September 4, 1862 . 

1864 ...* 



September 20, 1861 

April, 1865 

November, 18C1 
December 29. 1865. 
1862 and 1863 



Near San Luis Potosi 

Chihuahua 

Near Mier, and near Camargo 

Near Matamoros 

El Paso County, Texas 



Chihuahua 



On the') Rio Grande, near 
Matamoros. 



Near Matamoros 

El Paso County, Texas 



Matamoros 

San'Elizario 

El'Paso County, Texas. 
do 



do 



State of Vera'Crut 

Matamoros 

Sinaloa . 



186l'andJ1862 
1865 



Zacatecaa . . . 
Tamaulipas. 
Matamoros . 
Not stated . . 
Near Topic . 



Matamoros ... 
San Francisco. 



July 16, 1864 Sinaloa 



1865 and 1866. 



1865." 

Not stated 



1864...... 

December, 1860. 
AngnatSO, 1866. 



Holderness*Island, harbor of 
Mazatlan. 

Not stated 

do 



Sinaloa 

Sonora. 

Alamos . 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



51 



of ihe United States and MexioOf (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Coutinned. 



Amount 
claimed. 



$30 000 00 

26,S00 60 

53,500 00 

64, 000 00 

45,000 00 

34,061 20 

6i0, 846 00 

30,000 00 

ao, 000 00 

670. 996 76 
51, 368 70 

93,393 00 

Not stated. 

11,836 00 

26, 575 00 

100,000 00 

185,000 00 
175,000 00 

70,990 00 
30,000 00 

1,070 33 
10,000 00 
Not stated.. 
333,400 00 

350,000 00 

40,000 00 

100. (HK) 00 

10,000 00 

35,000 00 

358,000 00 



11,955 30 
20, 742 71 

35,533 79 

66,304 10 

425 00 
363, 645 47 

100,000 00 



34,360 00 

Not stated.. 
Not stated.. 



60,7^0 00 

73,591 00 

100,000 00 



When 
deoided. 



May 31, 1875 

Jane 37, 1874 

Feb. 15,1876 

Feb. 3, 1874 

May 31.1875 
Dec. 87,1871 
Mar. 4, 1876 

Mar. 4,1876 

Jane 17. 1874 

Mar. 8, 1876 

Mar. 11, 1876 

Mar. 14, 1876 
Jane 3,1875 
Mar. 14, 1876 
Jane 3. 1875 
Jane 9,1874 

Mar. 16, 1876 
Mar. 16, 1876 

Mar. 6.1875 
Jane 9, 1874 

Jane 3.1875 
May 22,1871 
Mar. 6,1874 
May 17, 1871 

Juno 9, 1674 

Mar. 6, 1874 
Mar. 6,1874 
Jane .3,1875 

Nov. 17, 1871 

Mar. 17, 1876 

Apr. 33, 1874 
Sept. 5,1876 

Mar. 6,1875 

Mar. 18, 1876 

Jaly 26. 1871 
Mar. 33, 1876 

Apr. 1,1876 



Oct. 17.1871 

Apr. 10. 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Jan. 20, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Jane 10, 1876 

Jane 3, 187» 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 

Commiflsionei^ 

do 

do 

Umpire 



do 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



.do 



do 

Commissioners 

Umpire. 

Commissioners 
do........ 



Umpire. 
do. 



do 

Commissioners 



do. 
.do 
.do 

do. 

.do 



do 
do 
do. 



Umpire 
do. 



Commissioners 
Umpire 

do 

do 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do 



Commissioners 



do 

do. 

do. 



do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



Natare of decision. 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award — 
Dismissed 



do... 

Award — 
Dismissed 



do 
.do 
.do 



.do . 



..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



do 
do 



Disallowed 
Dismissed 



.do 



Rojected and disallowud 

Dismissed 

; do 



16. .537 85 



do 



do 
.do 
.do 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed 
do ... 



Award. 
do 



do... 

Dismissed 



Award. 



Dismissed 



.do 
do 



Consolidated with No. 998 ; same claim- 
ants. 
Dismis8e<l 



do 
do 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



13,588 80 



893 97 



33, 795 07 



1,635 18 
14,668 99 



20,667 62 



52 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against MexicOf presented to the Joint Cknnmission 



a 

d 



711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 

717 

718 

719 
790 

721 



722 
723 

724 

725 
726 
727 



728 
729 

730 



732 

733 

734 

735 

736 

737 

738 
739 

740 
741 

742 

743 
744 

745 

746 
747 

748 
749 

750 
751 



Name of claimaiit. 



Diego Archuleta 
Miguel P.Soto... 



Sbarpe's Rifle Manufacturing 

Company. (Vide No. ^50.) 
Henry C. Hyde ami S. B Stod- 
darrl, assign ee8 of B Doleguy. 
James McFarlaue and Jon'ithau 
Tborne, as McFarlano &, Thorue 
Ben igno Santos Suarez 



J. B. Lacoste 

J. W. Jockhnsoh &. Co .. 



W.F.Chittenden 

Trinidad and San Jo»6 Silver 
Mining Company. 

I). W. Connelly, W. C. Walker, 
John O. Earl, J. W. Gashuiler, 
Gustovns Keis, William C. 
Campbell, and J. H. Baird. 

K W.Chase 

E.RNichol8 



J. F. Battaile. 



John P. Robinson. 

A. Abroroet 

Conrad Meyer 



John L. Smith 



Rosario and Carmen Mining 
Company. 



Alexander H. Dixon 



George Buxton. 



Louis Flotte, afterward Robert 
W. McPherson, administrator 
of Louis Flotte. 

Christopher H. Gosch 



Cordillera Gold and Silver Min- 
ing Company. 
Joseph Allen 

Joseph Philip Becker 

Florence Delahanty 



Michael O'Donnell 
Camilo Consalvi .. 



Clement P. Garcia 
Heyman & Co ... . 



Jitbob G. Rosenberg. 



Robert Bryant. 
Charles Fricke. 



Antonio Piatti 

Manuel J. de la Vega 
Frandsoo Yizcaya . . . 



Manuel del Barco and Roque de 

Garate. 
Torre &, Labourdette 



James Kern 

Jane A. Fraxier 



Nature of claim. 



Amount due by authorities of province of New 
Mexico. 

Non-payment of draft of General Cnesta on 
custom-house of Tampico. 

Balance duo on Sbarpe's rifles, furnished through 
the Mexican minister at Washington. 

Seizure of merchandise, forced loans, and de- 
struction of business by military authorities. 

Arrest and rubbfiry of business-agent and conse- 
quent damage to business. 

Seizure of real estate, which had been conveyed 
to claimant by General Almonte, in satisfac- 
tion of a debt contracted by him, while minis- 
ter of Mexico in Paris. 

Seizure and detention of merchandise. (See No. 
222, Attrill &. Lacoste.) 

Illegal seizure of cotton and exaction of duties 
thereon. 

Interest on Mexican bonds < 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations by reason of impressment of labor- 
ers by General Corona. 

Seizure of mine and mining-implements, and 
imprisonment of superintendent of same, by 
civil authorities. 



niejgal detention and appropriation of lands 

Seizure of cotton by military authorities and 
consequent losses. 

Seizure of goods and false arrest and imprison- 
ment by military authority. 

Interest on Mexican bonds 

Interest on Mexican bonds nft 

Damages to a lot of vanilla beans, incident to 
illegal detention of schooner Virginia An- 
toinette by General Garza. 

Seizure of cattle and personal effects by General 
Cortina. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
ojperatious, consequent upon an attack by a 
mob, alleged to have been led by an alcalde of 
the district of Candelero. 

False arrest and imprisonment and maltreat- 
itient, while in discbarge of his oflBce of sn^r- 
intendent of the mines of the Rosario and 
Carmen Mining Company. (See No. 729.) 

False arrest and imprisonment and maltreat- 
nlient, while in the discharge of his office as 
master-machinist of the Rosario and Carmen 
Mining Compan v. ( Vide No. 729.) 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, by reason of neglect of Mexican 
authorities to protect claimant therein. 

Losses arising from debasing of cop])er coin by 
decree of the legislature or Chihuahua. 

Interruption and rorced abandonment of mining- 

X rations at the hands of " Liberal " troOps. 
arrest and imprisonment by military au- 
thorities. 

Unlawful levy upon ^rtnerahip property of 
Heit & Becker, to satisfy claim against Heit 

Unlawful ejectment from house by judicial pro- 
cess. 

Illegal imprisonment by police authorities 

Illegal expulsion from Puobla, by order of pre- 
fect. 

Illegal imprisonment by civil authorities 

Protest against decree of May 15, 1858, by Zu- 
loaga, exacting tax of 1 per cent, on capital 
invested in business. 

Illegal imprisonment and robbery at hands of 
Generals Moreno and Cobos. 

Illegal imprisonment by civil authorities 

Unlawful seizure of specie by custom-house offi- 
cials. 

Illegal appropriation of house under Judicial 
process. 

Losses of merchandise during the siege of Mata- 
moros by General Carv^jal. 

Exaction of ransom by General Escobedo, for the 
release of goods, captured by him from the 
French convoy, after the battle of Santa Ger- 
trudis, and consequential damages. 

Depredations on stock, ranch, and store, by Im- 
perial and Republican authorities. 

Destruction of merchandise after ca]>ture of 
town of Tantoyaqnita by Republican forces 
under Colonel Pedro Mendez. 

Damages to mill, crops, dwelling, dec, and forced 
loans. 

Depredations on ranch and killing of husband 
by troops of General Corona. 



When. 



1845 and 1846. 



1866. 
1859. 



1866, 1867, and 1868 . 



1866. 
1868. 



1864. 



1865. 



do 
do 



November 96, 1868 . . 



1866. 
186- . 



May. 1866 



1865 

...do 

March 18 to April 
14, 1858. 



March 15, 1865 
July 16, 1864 .. 



Where. 



New Mexico . . . 

Tampioo 

NewYdrk 

Mazatlan 

Near Monterey 
City of Mexico 



Monterey 
Camargo.. 



Sinaloa 



Near Coaala, Sinaloa 



Durango and Sakita Rosalia. 
Camu-go 



Near Cordova. 



— do 



— do 



1851, 1852. 



November 8, 1869. 

1863 

March 22, 1850 ... 

March, 1859 

1860 



April, 1859 

Octo)>er 12, 1858 

April, 1858 

May 15, 1858... 



Tampico 



Near Matamoros. 
Sinaloa 



do 



do 



Chihuahua. 



do 

do 

City of Mexico. 

do 

do 



do 

l!\iebla. 



Sto Juan de los Llanos. 
City of Mexico 



September, 1857 



April 5 to 23, 1858. 
July 22, 1866 



Hacienda of San Gabriel, 
near city of Mexico. 

City of Mexico 

Vera Cruz 



1865 

1861 and 1862. 
June 16, 1866 . 



City of Mexico 
Matamoros 



1861 to 1867 

January 17, 1866 

1861 to 1867 

1864 



Santa Gertmdis, near Mon- 
terey. 



9tate of Tamaulipas 
Tantoyaqnita 



Tacubaya 
Sinaloa ... 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

of the United States and Mexico) {under convention of July 4, 1866)— Continued. 



53 



Amoant 
claimed. 



Ill, 500 00 

443 90 

29.S23 00 

344, 000 00 
16,373 00 
30,000 00 

StJl,S94 00 

10,000 00 

7,350 00 
830,000 00 

400,000 00 



800,000 00 
75. 000 (JO 

61,350 00 

82,750 00 
500 00 
Not stated . . . 



3,980 00 
8,181,803 33 

130, 000 00 

50,000 00 

360,000 00 

950 00 

330,000 00 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated... 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated . . . 
Not stated . . . 

Not stated... 
Not stated... 

Not stated . . . 

Not stated... 
954 00 

Not stated . . . 

91,065 65 

134, 180 85 

175^508 00 
7,601 79 

143,997 33 
900,000 00 



When 
decided. 



7 

Mar. 87, 1871 

Mar. 6,1874 

July 87, 1876 

June 3,1875 

June 3,1875 

Jane 10, 1876 

Not. 39, 1875 

June 3,1875 

Mar. 6,1874 
Jane 10, 1876 

Deo. 34, 1873 



Mar. 6,1874 
June 3, 1875 

Mar. 84, 1876 

Mar. 6,1874 
Mar. 6,1874 
Jane 10, 1876 



Jane 3,1875 
Apr. 3,1876 

Apr. 3,1876 

Apr. 3,1876 

Jane 3,1875 

Nov. 13, 1870 

Jane 10, 1876 

Jan. 30,1878 

Jan. 30,1878 

Jan. 30, 1873 

Deo. 84,1873 
Dec. 34,1873 

Jane 3,1875 
Dec. 34, 1873 

DeoL 34,1873 

Deo. 84,1873 
Jan. 30,1873 

Feb. 3,1874 

May 19, 1875 

Feb. 3, 1874 

Jane 10, 1876 
Deo. 80, 1871 

Jan. 3, 1873 
Jane 10, 1876 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



do . 

Commissioners 



do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 



do. 
do. 



Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do. 



dc. 



Commissioners 



do 

Umpire , 

Commissioners 

do 

do 



do. 
do 

do 
do 



do 

do 
do. 



.. ...do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 



Natare of decision. 



Diamissed 

do... 

do... 

do ... 

do... 

do... 



do 

do 

do 
do 

do 



do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 



do 
do 



Award. 



do 



Dismissed 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

.do 
.do 

do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 
.do 



Rejected . . 
Dismissed 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



110,000 00 



8,000 00 



54 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against MexicOj pf^ented to the Joint Commission 



Docket num- 
ber. 


• 
Name of claimant. 


Nature of claim. 


When. 


Where. 

- - -V- — 

Citvof Mexico 


752 


Pedro Ruis .. 


False arrest and consequent destruction of busi- 
ness of brick-makiiig. 

Freijibt on cargo of military Hupplies delivered 
at Tamploo. 

Destruction of schooner Alice Mowe by a body 
of armed men (supposed to have been confed- 
erate soldiers) coming from Bagdad. 

Insurance on cargo of the Alice Mowe. (See 
No. 754.) 

Insurance on cargo of the Alice Mowe. (See 
No. 754.) 

Loss of personal effects on board the Alice Mowe. 

(See No. 754.) 
Loss of profits on cargo of the Alice Mowe. 

(See No. 754.) 

Loss of commission as consignee of cargo of 
schooner Alice Mowe. (See No. 754.) 

False arrest and imprisonment and forced loan.. 
Grant of lands and mines. 

Exaction of duties on cargo of arms, and deten- 
tion of steamer Genera! MoCullom, in viola- 
tion of an agreement, made by Mexican minis- 
ter at Washington, for introduction of goods 
free of duties. 

Services aud losses as purchasios-agent under 
employment of General CarvajuT, and false ar- 
rest at Matamoroa. 

Violation of contract made by General Carviyal 
for purchase of torpedo-boats. 

Amount due on furniture supplied to city building. 

Services as engineer in Mexican navy 

Assault and wounding by Mexican troops in the 
streets of La Paz. 

Seizure of stock of merchandise by order of Col-- 
ouel Canales. 

False arrest and imprisonment by military au- 
thorities. 

Illegal seizure and sale of horses and cattle by 
order of governor of Coahuila. 

Seizure of live stock. (See Na 790) 

Unlawful arrest and imui iiMmuieut 


October 8, 1866 

October, 1867 

November 30, 1864 . . 

... do 


753 


Bmgniere & Tbiband 

Sterlin(;& AbemB on account of 
schooner Alice Mowe. 

Jamea Caroj Coale, aflslgnee of 

the Atlantic Mutual Insurance 

Company, insurerd of cargo of 

schooner Alice Mowe. 
Baltimore Marine Insurance 

Company, insurers of the 

schooner Alice Mowe and 

cargo. 
John C. Townsend. master of 

schooner Alice Mowe. 
Henry M. Warfleld & Co., on 

account of cargo of the Alice 

Mowe. 
John W. Hanson, aa consignee 

of cargo of schooner Alice 

Mowe. 
John W. Hanson ....'. 


Tamoico 


754 


Matamoros 


755 


do 


756 


. do 


do 


757 


. . do 


do 


758 


.... do 


do 


759 


.. do 


do 


760 


August 25, 1864 

1865 


.... do 


761 


Herman Sturm, R C. Sturm, and 

T.C.Stnnu. 
Herman Sturm, on account of 

steamer General McCulIom. 

• 

Walter J. Hadden 




762 


1867 

• 
1866 and 1867 

1865 and 1866 

December, 1854 

February 11, 1856, to 

April 4, 1859. 
December 16, 1868 .. 

October 10, 1866 

September 12, 1858 . . 

October, 1853 

Not stated » 


ir 

Tampico 


763 


New York and Matamoros. . 
New York 


764 


Grcoree M. Ramsay 


765 


William L. Thomnson 


Tlacotaloam 


766 
767 
768 
769 


John T. Martin 

M. Allison Wheeler 

Heirs of Henry Stevens Schreck 
Edward Douffberty 


Vera Cruz 

LaPaz 

Matamoros 

San Louis Potosi 

Monclava 

Sonora 

.. do 

Durango 

New York, and Matamoros . . 

Sinaloa 


770 
771 


• 

R. W. Black and N. L. Stratton, 

as the firm of Black & Stratton. 

Prcderlck Hiilseman 


77*2 


E. G. Ham bey 

A. H. McHat'ton 

A. G. Cattell, assignee of Henry 
Simons. 

James Tobin 


February 9, 1857 .... 
1864 


773 


Maltreatment by troops of General Corona 

Balance due on charter of steamer J. W. Ever- 
man and violation of contract to purchase 
steamer Sheridan. 

Interruption aud forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, by reason of impressment of men 
aud animals uy General Corona. 

Services as Mexican confidentiul agent in the 
' United States and cousequential losses. 

Military, financial, aud other services to Mexico 

Seizure of photographic wares en route to Zaca- 
tecas. 

Loan of money to the Zuloaga administration 
to aid the return to Mexico of certain exiled 
Mexicans. 

Depredations on farm and false arrest and im- 
prisonment by General Figueroa. 

First claim : Seizure of merchandise and false 
imprisonment by civil authorities. 

Second claim : Prohibition from working in the 
discharge of vessels. 

Reimbursement for certain certificate of in- 
debtedness and public bonds of Mexico, paid 
into the public Treasury by claimant under 
promise of repayment. 

Losses couHeaueut upon forced deposit of cop- 
per-coin in Mexican treasury, under decree of 
President Santa Anna, in Ml, and repudiation 
of obligation bj' decree of 1850. 

Balance due by Mexico on divers commercial 
transactions with the house of L. S. Hal>gous 
& Co., Ixnng the interest of Emilio Voss, a 
German anifpartner of Hargons, in a certain 
claim adjudicated by the commission of lo53, 
from which adjudication the interest of Voss 
was excluded. 

Destruction of store and stock of goods by Mex* 
lean soldiers. 

False arrest and imprisonment by civil authori- 
ties. 

Balance due on transactions with Simonsfeld, 
Taussig Sl Co., as agents for Butterfield & Co., 
assigned to claimant. 


774 


Id66 


775 


..do 


776 


Alfred A. Green 


1859 to 1866 




777 

778 


Frederick G. Fiteh 

William L. Zuber and Edmund 

Hodapp. 
Joseph S. Cucullu 

Edward Ferguson 

A_ F. Lanfranco 


1862 to 1865 

April, 1863 


United States and Mexico . . 
Near Zacatecas 


779 


1858 


New Orleans 


780 


May 29, 1866 

January 22, 1860 . . 

January, 1870 

November 30, 1858 . 

• 

November 30. 1850 .. 
February 18, 1852 .. 

January 25, 1866 

December, 1869 

1862 


Near Orizaba 


781 


Paso Ancho, Oaxaca 

Ventosa 






782 


L.S.fiar£ous 


City of Mexico 


783 

784 

785 


.%... do ; 

L. S. Hargons, as successor to L. 
S. Hargous & Co. 

• 

John R Boyd 


— do 

do 

Hiimera. Sinaloa . . 


786 


Edmond Wetheman 


NftAT Mazatlan . 


787 


ReD6 Maason 


City of Mexico . . 




* 

• 







UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



55 



of ike United States and MexicOj (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Amoaot 
claimed. 



$87.1, 140 00 
2, .^94 47 



When 
decided. 



June 3.1875 
Juno 3, 1875 



19.111 05 I June 3, 1»75 



32,335 75 

48.284 32 

7.59 00 
5,340 70 

18, 140 95 



June 3,1875 

Juno 3, 1875 

June 3, 1875 

June 3,1875 

June 3,1875 



150,7H2 55 June 10. 1876 
Not stated . d June 8, 1875 



177,000 00 



17,585 00 

22,090 00 

1.070 00 
5,665 00 

100,000 OU 

15, 504 77 

50.000 00 

47, 500 00 

Not fltat«d . . . 

Not stated . . 
75.000 00 
37.367 77 

127,000 00 

330, 938 71 

217. 300 00 
55,000 00 

43, 750 00 
36,875 82 



7.500 00 1 
2,500 00 [ 

363, 944 30 



43,435 00 



332,272 47 



181, 970 00 

Not stated . 

31, 742 40 



June 10, 1876 



June 10, 1876 

June 8, 1875 

June 8,1875 
Jan. 3, 1871 

June 10, 1876 

Sept. 30, 1874 

Apr. 23, 1870 

June 10, 1876 

Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10. 1872 
June 10. 1876 
June 8. 1875 

June 8,1875 

June 10, 1876 

June 21, 1876 
Sept. 5,1876 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 
do' 

do 



TTmpiro 

Com misai oners 

Umpire 



do 



Commissioners 



do 
do 



Umpire 

do 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



d6 



Umpire 



do 
do 



July 5, 1871 I Commissioners 



June 9, 1874 ' do 



Dec. 18. 1874 Umpire 
Sept. 5,1876 1 do 



Sept. 5,1876 do 



Aug. 9,1876 



do 



June 8,1875 
Apr. 10, 1872 



Commissioners 
do 



Aug. 12, 1876 Umpire 



Nature of decision. 



Dismi^sod 

do .. 

do .. 



do 

do 

do 
do 

do 



do 
do 

do 



do 



do 
do 



Rejected and disallowed 

Dismissed 

Award 

Dismissed 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



do 

do 
do 

do 



do 



Award 

Dismissed 



do 



do 



do 
do 
do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



124,025 45 



9, 947 94 



56 



UKITBD STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against MexioOf presented to the Joint Commission 



a 



a . 

I 



788 

789 

790 

791 

792 

793 
794 

795 

796 

797 
798 

799 

800 

801 

803 

803 

804 
805 

806 

807 

808 

809 
810 

811 
812 

613 

614 

815 

816 

817 

818 
819 

890 

821 

82S 

823 

894 

825 

826 

827 
828 



829 
830 



831 



Name of olAimant. 



G. W. Bamea, assignee of Juan 

BarlMidillo. 

# 

Jarnea D. Foster 



John B. Katcliff, assignee of 

Frederick Hnlseman. 
E.K.Gibbs 



Lewis Weil 



Lewis Weil ... . 
Benjamin Barn. 



Nature of claim. 



Re-imbnrsement of the arooant of certain mort- 
gages paid on church property purchased by 
claimant's assignor fW>m government. 

False arr- st, imprisonment, and maltreatment, 
by General Figueroa. 

Seisure of live-stock. (See No. 771) 



Adolf Blumenkron. 



John C. Gkmldin 



John Campbell Smith. 
Caroline B. Slocum — 



Doctrine H. Newbury, 
Henry B. Simonson — 
William D. Ryan 



Frank Going 

James B. Slaughter 



Alfred Jeannotat 
John C. Fisch .... 



John R. Pierce 

Hannah S. Johnson 
Thomas J. Casey . . . 



John C. Fisch 

Theodore Webster's adminis- 
trator, (Victoriano Garcia.) 



Peter Choquet . 
John D. Pradel . 



.do 
do 
do 



William S. Foster. 

Prosper Carpiette 

Stanley L. Parker. 
Malcolm T. Love . 



John Fitsgerald 



Nuestra Sefiora de Guadalupe 
Silver-Mining Company. 

M. J. Vallf jo. Victor Castro, and 
Angnstin Alvlso. 

Juan Francisco Llebaria 



Joseph Pelazzo 



Antonio Berges . . . . 

David C. Roop 

Joshua Baker 

Samson W. Johnson 



John Charles Fr6mont. 
Charles D. Poston 



Santa Rita Company . 



False arrest, imprisonment, and maltreatment, 

by General Figueroa. 
Seizure of stock of goods by military authori- 
ties. 
False arrest and imprisonment, and forced loan . . 

Forced loans .'>. 

False arrest and imprisonment 

False arrest and imprisonment, depredations on 

store, injuries to dwelling, and seizure of raer. 

chandise. 
Non-payment of order on customhouse at Ma- 

zatlan. 

False imprisonment by police authorities 

False arrest and imprisonment, and exaction of 

payment for a hotel-license. 
Robbery of house and maltreatment at hands of 

Liberal troops. 
Losses incident to sack of Tehuantefiec by troops 

of the Liberal army. 
False arrest and maltreatment 

Seizure of horses for army use and consequen- 
tial damages. 

Repudiation of a Government debt (purchased 
by claimant) by an executive decree barring 
such claims as were not presented to a certain 
board of audit. 

Sack of store by troops operating in the interest 
of the " Plan of Ayntla." 

Unlawful detention and consequent deteriora- 
tion in values of goods intended for interior 
markets. 

Illegal arrest, robbery, and maltreatment by 
soldiers. 

Seizure of live-stock, farming-implements, and 
personal effects by military autnorities. 

Illegal arrest and imprisonment by civil author- 
ities. 

Seizure of goods on unlawful demand for duties. 

Loss of property and wounding of Theodore 
Webster during the sack of Tehuantepec by 
Genera] Figueroa. 

Rape of claimant's wife by soldiers 

Burning of buildings and factories by order of 
Gen. Jesus Gonzales Ortega. 

Seizure of property and supplies during siege of 
city of Mexico by Republican army. 

Seizure of property and supplies by troops of the 
Liberal army. 

Seizure of cash, and illegal imprisonment dur- 
ing siege of city of Mexico by Republican 
army. 

Arrest, robbery, and false imprisonment by 
General Figueroa. 

Seizure of hospital stores, bedding, dec., by mili- 
tary authorities of the republic. 

Maltreatment by Mexican soldiers 

Destruction of ^ouse and furniture during siege 
of Queretaro by republican forces. 

Injuries to person and property, not clearly 
stated. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining 
operations. 

Violation of contract with Gen. Placido Vega, 
agent of the Mexican government. 

Forced loans, seizure of horses, and maltreat- 
ment, all at the hands of Col. Angel Martinez, 
of the Republican armv. 

Destruction of house, store, and farm during 
military operations in Sinaloa^t the hands of 
Col. Angel Martinez, of the Republican army. 

Depredations on store and farm by troops under 
Col. Maduel Crespo. of the Republican array. 

Depredations on farm by troops of General 
Corona, of the Repnblican arm^'. 

Depredations on farm by troops of General 

Corona, of the Republican army. 
Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, at the hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Violation of railway-grant 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, by reason of attacks by armed bod- 
ies of lawless Mexicans. 
Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations, at the hands of a large band of 
armed Mexloana, dtiiens and aoldlera. 



When. 



Not stated 



May 14, 1866 . . . 

1856.* 

May 14,1866 ... 
January 7, 1867. 



Aprilll,l867 

1858.1859, and 1860. 

1855 

1^50, 1863, 1867, and 
1869. 

Not stated 



Where. 



City of Mexico 



On farm near Vera Cruz 

NotsUted 

On farm near Vera Cruz 
Tehuantepec 



Feb. and Mar., 1859. 
December 31, 1868 . . 

September 25, 1866 .. 

January 7, 1867 

September, 1869 

May 31,1863 

1849 ; 



August 23, 1855 . . . 
1864, 1865, and 1866 



Juno, 1868 

1B5«, 1859, and 1860 . 
September 1, 1869 . . . 



1863 

January 7, 1866. 



January, 1666 . . 
August 16,1861. 



March to June, 1867 

February to May, 

1863. 
March 10,1867 



May 14, 18G6. 



June to November, 

1867. 
April 20, 1867. 
March to 



May, 1867 

Not stated 

1865 to 1868 

1865. 

1865 



1865. 



December, 1865. 



August and Septem- 
ber, 1865. 
1865 and 1866 



1865 and 1866: 



Not stated 
1861 



1861 



do 

City of Mexico. 

oo 

Puebla 



Mazatlan 



City of Mexico 

Village of San Angel. 



Near Apam 

Tehuantepec.'.... 
State of Tlaxcala. 
City of Mexico. . . 
do 



Near GnaniOa'^t^ 
Tampico 



Near Cordova. . 

Jalapaaco 

City of Mexico 



Near city of Mexico 
Tehuantepec 



Chihnitan 

Near city of Mexico 



:do 
.do 
.do 



State of Vera Cruz . 
City of Mexico 



State of Oaxaca. 
Queretaro 



Not stated , 

State of Durango. 
San Francisco ... 
State of Slnaloa. . 



Sinaloa 



.do. 
.do. 
.do . 
.do. 



Not stated. 
Arizona ... 



do 



\ 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



57 



of the United States and Mexieoj (under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



$112, eOO 00 

2\ 000 00 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 

SI, 520 01, 

50.250 OO" 
5,568 88^ 
40, 000 00> 
324,937 18 

H5.000 00 

20,500 00 
25,000 00 

10, 970 95 

19,606 25 

Not stated... 

48, 498 00 

5,600 00 

67.000 00 
13 J, 998 00 

50,000 00 

163, 237 71 

Not stated . . . 

99,704 02 
200,000 00 

270.000 00 
284, 523 52 

39, 878 56 

6. 431 75 

150,000 00 

85,000 00 

15,234 68 

50,000 00 
20,126 33 

50,000 00 
310. 832 00 
600,000 00 

32,375 00 

111,000 00 

54,000 00 
23,200 00 
47,772 00 
30, 000 00 

Not 8t<ated . . . 
1,000,000 00 

1.000,000 00 



When 
decided. 



June 9,1874 

Apr. 7,1876 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 7,1876 

May 19, 1875 

Sept 5,1876 
Nov. 89, 1875 

Apr. 10, 1872 

May 19,1875 
Sept 5,1876 

Sept 5.1876 

Sept 5,1876 

Jan. 10,1872 

Sept 5,1876 

June 8,1875 

May 19, 1875 
Jane 8,1875 

June 8,1875 

Sept 5,1876 

Jan. 17,1872 

June 8, 1875 
Dec. 18, 1874 

June 8,1875 
Aug. 10, 1876 

Sept 5,1876 

Sept 5,1876 

Sept 5,1875 

Apr. 7,1876 

Apr. 7,1876 

June 9,1874 
June 8,1875 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Sept. 5,1876 

Sept 5,1876 

June 27, 1876 

June 8,1875 

June 8, 1875 
June 23, 1876 
June 24, 1876 
June 8,1875 



Feb. 3,1874 
June 8,1875 



June 8,1875 



By whom decided. 



CommisaionerB . 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



.do 

.do 
do 



Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 



do 
do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 



Umpire 

CommiHsioners 



do 

Umpire 

CommisHioners 



do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



.do 
do. 
do. 

.do. 
do. 



Commissioners , 
do 



do. 

Umpire 

do. 

do. 



Commissioners 



do 

Umpire 

do 

Commissioners 



do 
do 



.do 



8. Ex. 31 8 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed . 



do 

....do 
, .... do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



Award . 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 

do 
do 

do 

do 



United States 
gold. 



Idexioan 
gold. 



Withdrawn by agent of United States, 

claim arising t4X> late. 
Dismissed 



do 



Award 

Dismissed 



do... 

Award 

Dismissed 



do 

Award. 






$889 39 



Dismissed 
Award 



Dismissed 
Award.... 
do... 



Dismissed 
do... 



do 
do 



do 

do 

do 

Award. 



Dismissed 



do... 

do... 

Award — 
Dismissed 



do 
do 



.do 



40, 614 90 



10, 455 89 



13,600 00 



37,947 40 



8,685 04 
1,509 47 



1.985 46 



3, 149 70 



58 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American elaims against Mexico, presented to Ike Joint Commietion 



Docket nam- 
ber. 


Name of claimaDt. 


Nature of claim. 


When. 


Where. 


833 


Ti<fwiH Hiilfwnnanii r..-T 


Seizure of sugar-crop by civil authorities 

Forced loan levied by General Cortiua 

Seizare and detention of ox-train, damages to 
property, during siege of Matamoros, forced 
loans, seizare of cattle, &.G. 

Damages to warehouse and other property by 
Imperial troops, and seiznre of sloop Morning 
Star by Kepuolicau troops. 

Pillageof store of groceries during sack of Bagdad 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by troops of Gen- 
eral Cortiua. 

Killing of Stevenson, by soldiers under Cortina, 
on board steamer Bell, from Reyonsa lor Mata- 
moros. 

Killing of David Coopwood, on board of steamer 
Bell, by troops from Mexican shore. 

Jeopardy of life caused by Mexican troops firing 
into steamer Bell. 

Jeopardy of life caused by Mexican troops firing 
into steamer Bell. 

Jeopardv of life caused by Mexican troops firing 
into steamer Bell. 

Mexican bonds negotiated by Placido Vega in 
San Francisco. 

Unlawful exactions of duties on arms, by cus- 
tom-house authorities. 

Seizure of property, false arrest, and imprison- 
ment by civil authorities. 

Losses on voyage of steamer Gladiator by reason 
of interference of Mexican authorities at Mat- 
amoros, and seizure of cargo of ship Nancy 
Dawson. 

Jeopardy of life caused by Mexican troops firing 
into steamer Bell. 

Ii^uriesto mining interests, by reason of alleged 
persecutions by civil authorities. 

Unlawful exactions of duties on cotton, forced 
loans, &c. 

An interest in the amount due on Sharpe rifies 
furnished by Sharpens Rifie Manufacturing 
Company. 

Illegal seizure of store and stock of goods by 
General Cortina's troops. 

Damage to residence by troops of General Corona 

Pillage and destruction of stock of goods by 
General Cortina's troopn. 

Damages by reason of decree reducing the value 
of copper coin. 

Violation of contract for survey of Sonora under 

Jocker, Torre & Co.'s contract. 
Violation of contract for survey of Sonora under 

Jecker, Torre &. Co.'s contract. 
Violation of terms of land-grant originally made 

to Augnstin de Yturbide. 
Depredations on cattle-ranch 


August, 1869 

August 30, 1864 

1863 to 1869 


Near City of Mexico 

Matamoros 

do 


833 


Joseoh Bowline 


834 


Jamea B. L. Piimm 


835 


Hesekiah S. Bell 


1864 and 1865 

January 5, 1866 

1858 and 1859 

June. 1865 


In and about Bagdad 

Hairdad 


836 


JoseDb L. Ximenes 


837 


M. Garcia A. Testard 


Cameron County, Texas 

Rio Grande .... 


838 


T.J. Teel, ailministratorof estate 
of John Stevenson. 

Martha, Stephen, Elfrida and 
Marv Coopwood, widow and 
chilnren of David Coopwood. 

fl ohn Lt McCartv 


fm 


....do 


do 


840 


. ...do ............... 


.do 


841 


Francis Laird 


. . . do 


do 


842 


JohnH. Bingham 

Charles J. Jansen ............... 


....do 


do 


843 


1863 to 1865 


San Francisco .............. 


844 


G. M. Prevost 


March 10, 1868 

May to August, 1865 
1863 

June. 1865 


Monterev .................. 


845 


Henrv A. Peeler 


Matamoros 

Matamoros and off the month 
of the Rio Grande. 

Rio Grande .-.. 


846 


Nelson Clementa 


847 


Bethel CooDWood 


848 


Charles Emile Wesche 


1857 and 1858 

1865 

1859 


Durango ............ .f, 


849 


John S. Shields 


Matamoros and Camargo — 
New York 


850 


James T. Ames. ( Vide No. 713) . 
James Ford 


851 


May 18, 1865 

Not stated 


Bacdiid 


853 


Samuel E. Brisht 


Town of Chametla ... 


853 


Ogden &. Laoomb and Poaltney 

Sc Moale. 
Anton Frederick Wulff and Emil 

Schetleig, as the firm of Walff 

Sc Schetleig. 
J, Mnr& MoHii 


January 13, 1864..... 
1869 


Matamoros 


854 


Chihuahua 

Sonora 


855 


May. 1856 

, do 


856 


Lower California Company 

Lower California Company 

Georee Snencer 


do 


857 


do 

1865 and Xtm 

Not st-ated ....... 


do 


858 


Texas 


859 


Sarah E.Eager, Robert Eager, 
and James Riddle, heirs of 
William J. Riddle. 

Gresorio Delsado 


Not clearl V indicated 


Not stated . 


860 


Illegal arrest and imprisonment by General Cor- 
tina. 
False imprisonment 


June. 1865 


Near Camarffo . . .. 


861 


Lonis Peter Zappffe 


April 31, 1868 

1864 and 1865 


Monterev . .. 


863 


Charles GaeriEwin 


Forced loans 


..do . 




A. A. Walker and George Cros- 

son. 
Theodore Schlenning and Er- 

hard Pentenrieder. 
George B. Cochran 


Seiznre of goods by General Escobedo after bat- 
tle of Santa Gertrud is. 

Detention and robbery of wagon- train by Gen- 
eral Quesada. 

Destruction and robbery of wagon-train by 
troops of General Cortina. 

Seizure and detention of wagon -train and forced 
loan, ScrC, by Generals C(»rtina and Lopez. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dia^is. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dians. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dians. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dians. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dians. 

Destruction of stock of goods during hostilities 
in Matamoros, by General Cortina s troops. 

Destruction of property by Imperialists 

Seizure of goods, forcea loans, &c 


June 16,1866 

Summer of 1864 

1865 


Santa Gertrudis 


863 


Near Salinas ■ 


864 


Near Camarco 


865 


1864 to 1865 


Matamoros 


866 


Griffith H. Jones 


1853 

1865 

. . , do 


Maverick County, Tex 

do 


867 


Samuel Spiers 


868 


Bentnra Soils .'. .. 


.do 


869 


Jesse A. Snmpter 


. . . do 


do 


870 


Manuel Ban 


.. do 


do 


871 


Erhard Pentenreider, Gustavo 
Blersoh, Frederick Groos, and 
Charles W. A. Groos, as the 
firm of Groos, Blersch & Co. 

Julin T^nir ^-,^^^^ 


January 6, 1864 

Not stated 


Mal'arooros 


873 


Mnzquiz 

Zara^roza ........ 


873 


Andrus L. Adam 


1864 to 1869 


874 


Joseph J. Langley 


Services to Mexican army as harness-maker, 

forced loans, and illegal imprisonment. 
Property taken by General Cortina 


1866 and 1867 

1864 


Matamoros 


675 


• 
Parker Burnham 


NotsUted 



tJ^tTEt) STATES ANt> MEilCAN CLAIMS COMJltSStON. 



59 



b/ the United States and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continaed. 



Amount 
claimed. 



127,658 38 

300 00 

96, 613 86 



42,795 08 



20,376 56 
400,000 00 

Not stated . . . 



100,000 60 

15,000 00 

15,000 00 

15,000 00 

302,279 36 

645 00 

380.000 00 

992,167 24 

15,000 00 

:s83,000 00 

19, 762 96 

14,223 00 

175, 000 00 

Not stated . . . 
13, 966 76 

3, 510 00 

1,042,321 36 

12, 500, 000 00 

1, 000, 000 00 

17,500 00 
47.968 80 

50,000 00 

100.000 00 

1,000 00 

50,000 00 

112,406 00 

17, 975 38 

29,275 00 

50,725 00 

9,235 60 

3,113 00 

140,065 00 

32, 415 00 

48,298 72 



60.000 00 
19,066 50 
54,829 63 

63,000 00 



When 
decided. 



Apr. 10, 1872 
June 24, 1876 
Jane 26, 1876 



Mar. 6,1875 



Jane 8, 1875 
Apr. 10, 1872 

June 8,1875 



Sept. 5,1876 

Jane 8,1875 
June 8,1875 
Jane 8,1875 
Sept 30, 1874 
Jan. 3, 1872 
July 5,1871 
Jane 8,1875 

Jane 8,1875 
July 5,1871 
June 8,1875 
July 28, 1876 

Jane 8,1875 

Apr. 10, 1872 
Jane 27, 1876 

Jan. 17, 1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Apr. 10. 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 

Mar. 6,1874 

Apr. 10, 1872 
I June 8, 1875 

June 28, 1876 
Jane 29, 1876 
Jane 8,1875 
June 8,1875 
June 8,1875 
June 8,1875 
June 29, 1876 
June 8,1875 
June 30, 1876 



Apr. S3, 1874 
July 3,1876 
June 36, 1876 

Apr. 10, 1872 



By whom decided. 



Commissionem 

Umpire 

do 



do. 



Commissioners 
do , 



.do. 



Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do , 

do 

do 

do 



do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



Commissioners 



do. 

Umpire 



Commissioners 



.do. 

do. 

do. 

.do 
.do. 

.do 

do 
.do 



Umpire 

do 

Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire . 



Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

do... 

do... 



Disallowed 



Dismissed 
do ... 



Consolidated with No. 684. 



Dismissed 



do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

Award 

Dismissed 
do... 



Commissioners 



.do 

.do. 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do 
.do 
.do 

do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



$100 00 



1970 50 



Mexican 
gold. 



60 



United states and Mexican claims commission. 



Schedule of American claims against MexicOy presented to the Joint Commission 



a 



a 
-•A 
« 

o 
& 



876 

877 
878 

879 

880 



881 
882 
883 



884 
885 
886 

887 

888 

889 
890 

891 
899 

893 

894 
895 

896 

897 

898 

899 



900 
901 



903 



903 
904 
905 



906 
907 

908 
*909 



910 
911 

913 



913 



914 



915 



Name of claimant. 



William Stone and A. B. O'Ban- 
non. 

J.W.Light 

William Stone 

Lester L. Robinson, assignee of 

Henry Dal ton. 
Emerson Gaylord 

Charles F. Parker 

John J. Donaldson, trustee 

Edward Maynard 

James T.Ames 



Massacbosetts Arms Company. 

Herman Boker &. Co.; firm com 
posed of Herman Funcke, Fer 
dinand Albert Boker.and Fred 
erick Schamaoker. 

Charles T. Yerkes 

Albert H. Osborn 

W. RKnox 

Mars & Co 

Angnstns Morrill, assignee of 

Lewis Steelnian. 
Mariano TreviQo Garza 

Wezel &De Gross. 

EmileCollon 

Charles £. Norton 

Jacob Jaroslowski 

Irene M. Gahagan 

Aaron Brooks 

Andrew Crosas 

MLFithian 

Frederick W.Stiickle 

Henry C. Boyd 

Charles A.Bailey 

JoseiihH. Blake 

Charles K. Brittell 

Charles B. Benjamin 

John Carter 

Brandt T. Catlin 

Robert £. Green 

William M.Harper 

Benjamin H. Wyman 

William W. Light 

WiUlamSttbUtt 

Henry F. Murphy 

Jolioa AlvareK 



Nature of claim. 



Deprivation of real property. 



Property taken by Mexican Indians 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by Mexican In- 
dians. 
Confiscation of property 



Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 

from agent of the government of Mexioo in 

the Unite<l States. 

Interest on Mexican bonds 

Interest on Mexican bun<is 

Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 

from agentsofgovemmeutof Mexico in United 

States. 
Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 

from agents of government of Mexico in United 

States. 
Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 

from agents of govemmeutofMexicoin United 

States. 
Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 

from ageutsof governmentof Mexico iu United 

States. 

Losses incident to purchase of Mexican bonds 
from agents of governmentof Mexicii in United 
States. 

Loans and services to General Placido Vega, 
Mexican agent in San Frauciwo. 

Seizure of wagon-train 

Seizure nf cotton by United States authorities. . . 

Protested draft of General Bustaniente on Gen- 
eral Vidaurri, indorsed by M. Romero, Mexi- 
can minister in Washington, and given iu pay- 
ment for military supplies. 

Certificate of indebtedness of Mexican treasury 
for balance of account of amis fumishe<l. 

Damages sustained during siege of Matamoros. . 

Seizure of dwelling by General Carv^al on his 
capturing the oity of Matamoros from the Im- 
perialists. 

Seizure of arms and ammnnition by chief of 
police. 

Losses during sack of Bagdad 

Military, naval and financial services to Mexico 
under employment of General Placido Vega. 

Seizure of wagon-train and merchandise by mili- 
tary authorities. 

Balance claimed to be due on a claim ac^udicated 
by the commission of 1K19. 

Interruption of farming operations b3' troops 
under General Corona. 

D(»struction of wagon-train laden with cotton 
by Indians, consetiuent upon military impress- 
ment of teamsters. 

Not clearly indicated 

Amount due on contract for supplies furnished 
tolmperial authorities, to suppress Indian wars 
in Yucatan. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of farm- 
ing-operations, at the hands of General Coro- 
na's troops. 

Military services in American Legion of Honor. 

Military services in American Legion of Honor. 

Interruption and foroe<l abandonment of farm- 
ing-operations, at hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Military services as member of the American 
Legion of Honor. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of farm- 
ing-operations at hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Military 4iervir«s as member of the American 
Legion of Honor. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of farm- 
ing-operations, at hands of General Corona's 
trooi>s. 

Not clearly indicated 

Destruction of business of cotton pressing by 
reason of military interierence. 

Interruption and forc>e<l abandonment of mining- 
operations at the hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of plant- 
ing-operations at the hands of General Coit>- 
na's troops. 

In terrnption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations at the hands of General Corona's 
troops. 

Seizure of carts and mnles for military purposes 
and oonaeqnential leases. 



When. 



June 9, 18G5 , 



Not stated .. 
August, 1863 



Not stated 
1867 



186.'».. 
...do 
1867.. 



...do 



.do 



.do 



do 



1864 to 1867 



April or May, 1865. 

1865 

January 6, 1863 



December 11, 1863... 



1861 and 1863... 
September, 1866 

February, 1870 . . 



Where. 



PiedrasNegras. 



Not stated 

Near Eagle Pass, Tex 



In divers parts of Mexico 
New York 



San Francisco 

Matamoros — 

do 

Washington . . 



Colima. 



January 5, 1866 . 
1858 to 1863 



1864 and 1865 



1865 and 1.-^ . 
August 9, 1864 



Not stated 
May, 1866 



1864 



1866.. 

do 

1864.. 



1866. 
1861. 

1866 
1865. 



1864 and 1865. 
1868 



1866. 



1865 



do 



Matamoros 
do .... 



Pachuca 



Bagdad 

Divers places iu Mexico and 

in San Frtmcisco. 
Near Matamoros 



Sinaloa 



On the road from Piedras 
Negraa to Bagdad. 



Not stated. 
Yucatan ... 



Sinaloa 



Divers places in Mexico. 

do 

Sinaloa 



Divers places in Mexico 
Sinaloa 



Divers places in Mexico 
Sinaloa 



Not stated 
Mazatlan . 



Sinaloa 




1867 and 1868 ! Tampico. 



UIHTED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



61 



Of ihe United States and MexicOf {under oonvenHw of July 4, 1868)— Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



149, 000 00 

78.000 00 
22,100 00 

381,707 00 

18.500 00 



5, 157 25 
39,200 00 
25,000 00 



74,250 00 



B8,600 00 



150,000 00 



50,000 00 



35,082 56. 

13,000 00) 

2c<, 000 00 S 
25,000 00 



3,041 12 

15, 000 00 ^ 
16. 200 00 > 



1,200 00 

62,492 71 
10,000 00 

334, 292 52 

Not stated.. 

85,000 00 

46,556 87 



1,000 00 
62, 627 30 



113,390 00 



27,000 00 
150, 000 00 
205, 750 00 



50,000 00 
X 135, 000 00 

48,000 00 
1,000,000 00 



1, 343. 160 00 
300,000 00 

606,000 00 



160.250 00 



45.000 00 



1, 118 11 



When 
decided. 



June 11, 1875 

Apr. 10, 1872 
June 11, 1875 

Oct 88,1873 

Mar. 6,1874 



Mar. 6,1874 
Mar. 6,1874 
Mar. 6, 1874 



Mar. 6,1874 



Mar. 6,1874 



Mar. 6,1874 



Mar. 6,1874 

July 3,1876 

Mar. 13,1871 
Apr. 10, 1872 



Dec 20,1871 
May 17, 1871 

Nov. 12, 1870 

June 17, 1875 
June 17, 1875 

June 9, 1874 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Nov. 7,1871 

July 3,1876 



Apr. 10, 1872 
July 19,1871 



May 19,1875 



June 9,1874 
June 9,1874 
May 19, 1875 



June 9,1874 
July 6.1876 

June 9, 1874 
Sept. 30, 1874 



Apr. 10.1872 
July 6,1876 

July 17, 1876 



May 19, 1875 



June 11, 1875 



July 17, 1876 



By whom decided. 



Commisaionera 



do 
do 



Commiasioneni 



do 

do. 

.do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



Umpire. 



Commi88ionera 
do 



do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do 
.do. 



Umpire 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

do 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



do. 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
Umpire 



Comtnissioners 
do 



do. 

Umpire^ 



.do 



.do 



Commissioners 



Umpire 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 



do 
.do 



Withdrawn by agent United States. 
Dismissed 



do 

.do 

do 



do 



.do 



do 



do 



do 



Rejected . . 
Dismissed 



Awanl. 
do 



Dismissed 



do 
do 



do 

do 

Award . 
do 



Dismissed 
do ... 



do 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 



do., 
do.: 



do 
.do 

.do 



.do 



do 



Award. 



Award. 



United SUtes 
currency. 



$100 00 
11, 100 00 



4,000 00 



United SUtes 
gold. 



$2,567 66 



Mexican 
gold. 



$1, 069 02 



356 66 



62 



UKlTED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSIOIt, 



Schedule of American claima against Mexico, presented to ike Joint CommiasUnk 



a 



916 

917 

918 

919A 

919 B 

920 

9iil 



922 
923 

924 

925 
92G 

927 
928 

929 

930 

931 
932 

933 
934 
935 

936 
937 

938 



939 
940 

941 

942 
943 



944 
945 
94G 
947 



949 
950 
951 

952 
953 
954 
055 
956 

957 

958 



Kamo of claimatit 



Francisco Daatagne 



Richard Komain . 

L.D. HarriB 

Joseph Howard . . 
Joseph Howard . . 
Janies B. Sweeny 



Charles R. Webster . 



do* 

James Wright 

Edward Carey 



Percival T. G. Stockman 
John L. Green 



Frederick A. Newton 
Samnel B. Kathreus . 



John D. Pradel and Refugio H. 

Pra<lel. 
Thomas Carlock r. 



S. and H. Collins. 
Peter G. Calligari 



Martin V. R West 



James £. Slaughter and James 

Sullivan. 
M. L. Kuapp 



Santiago J. Hatchett 

The Arco Mining Company 



laaac R. Wilbur 



Dioniaio Reach . 
J. M.Phelps... 



Thomas P. McManus 



Alexander Valle . . . 
Robert Richardson. 



Daniel Wolff. 

Donaciano Vigil 

Donaciano Vigil et al. 



948 John Cote. 



Joseph F. Schleiden 



A. Brown and J. Gray 

John D. Cramer 

John A. Ellert 



E. F. William Leichardt 

Nathaniel White 

H.C.Huue 

Robert Shears 

Carlos Butterfleld 



John L. Robinson 



Bernard J. Gaotier 



Nature of claim. 



Destruction of crops, Sec, on ranch by troops of 
General Garza. 

Tailor's bill for Mexican army uniforms 

Seizure of horses by General Cortina 

Seizure of cattle and farm-stock 

Depredations on ranch 

Losses consequent upon alMindonment of busi- 
ness to avoid arrest which had been ordered. 

Assaults upon person and American consulate, 
(claimant being United States consul,) by 
Mexican soldiers. 

Pillage of house upon the capture of Tehuante- 
peo hy Liberal troops under Colonel Canseco. 

Robberies of merchandise, hou.<)ehold effects, 
live stock, &.C., by Mexican ofticers and sol- 
diers. 

Seizure of horses and coaches by officers of the 
Liberal army. 

Assault and maltreatment by Mexican soldiers.. 

Violation of contnu't for supplying arms, (con- 
nected with No. 73, Latham, assignee of How- 
ell, vs. Mexico.) 

Failure to honor custom-house orders 

False arrest and imprisonment by xK)licc author- 
ities. 

Interruption of water-supply to claimant's ranch 
by municipal authorities of city of Mexico. 

Plunder of bouse during action in Tehuantei>ec. 

Pillage of house by troops 

Not clearly indicated 

Destruction of crops on ranch, stock of store, 
and household eneots by troops of General 
Figueroa. 

Destruction of crops and household effects at 
ranch by Mexican troops. 

Seizure ot merchandise by military authorities.. 

Force<l 1 oans 

Seizure horse, saddle, &-c 

Unjust fine 

Interruption of business as druggist and forced 
loans. 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operationM, by reiiM>u of military iinpressmeiit 
of laborers. 

Interruption and force<l abandonment of mining- 
operations, bj'^ reason of divers military inter- 
fennices. 

Provisions supplied to troopn 

Murder of William H. PheljM, son of the claim- 
ant, by Mexicans. 

False arrest and imprisonment by Imperial 
military authorities. 

Robl)ery of store, &c., by Mexican troops 

Non-payment of draft of General Carvajai, as 
agent of Mexican government, given in pay- 
ment of 8ervi(M)s and tuition of his sons, stu- 
<lents at Betliaov College, Virginia. 

Illegal arrest and roblx'try of personal eflVcts, 
money, Ate. 

Balance due for services as secretary of the 
province of New Mtixico. 

Pay as ofiicers and soldiers in tlie service of 
Mexico. 

Unlawful eiectment from mines 

Interruption and forced abandonment of farm- 
ing operations, by T*easou of impressment of 
laborers, and other annoyances suiVered at the 
hands of Geneml Corona. 

Services) as engineers of a steamer in Mexican 
service. 

False arrest and imprisonment by military au- 
thority. 

Military services as a member of the American 
Legion of Honor, and illegal arrest and im- 
prisonment. 

False arrest and imprisonment by police author- 
ities. 

Destruction of farm-buildings, crops, &c., in at- 
tack on Matamoros by (jcneral K»coImm1o. 

Value of army-cluthing furnished under con- 
tract with Colonel Canales. 

Destruction of buildings, &c., in attack on Mat- 
amoros by General Carvi^al. 

Chdm on account of sale of war-steamers to 
Mexican government. (See No. 966, Butter- 
fleld vs. Mexico.) 

Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations by reason of depredations of Gen- 
eral Corona's troops. 

Destruction and seizure of merchandise in and 
near Matamoros on three distinct occasions. 



When. 



April and May, 1&58. 



1865 

1839 

1863 

March Vsi 1864" 



1857 and 1859. 



January, 1867 
1961 to 1863 . . 



1867. 



February 27, 1864 
1864 



March, 1861 . . 
April 21, 1868 



March 10, 1870 



18.'i9 

1866 

Not stated 

January 12, 1866 



January 9, 1667 
April, 1867 



1864 to 1867 

1868 

I8<i9 

1867 



1865. 



.do 



1866 

1868. 



August 25, 1865 



1846 

May, 1866. 



1861 

1839 to 1842 
1832 to 1846 



1866 

1864, 1865, and 1866. 



1859 

May 7, 1867 
1866 



April 21, 1868 

November, 1865 .... 
oftberSl, 1866... 
November 20, 1865.. 



April, 1864 



1861, 1862, and 1863 



Where. 



Near Tampioo 



Tamanlipas 

Near Tampico . 

do 

Piedraa Negras 



Tebuantepeo 



.do 



District of Tnlancingo. 



City of Mexico 



San Juan Bantista. 
London, England . . 



Guadalajara 
Monterey . . . 



Near city of Mexico 



Tebuantepeo 

Txtaltepeo 

Not stated 

La Puerta, State of Oaxaoa. 



Oaxaca 

State of Vera Cruz. 



State of Nuevo Leon 

San Luis Poto«i 

Sinaloa 



do 



tampico 

Clarksville, Tex 



Monterey , 



Province of New Mexico. 
New York 



San Juan del Rio. 

New Mexico 

do 



Sinaloa 
do 



Tampico 

Mazatlan 

MazathuB and elsewhere 

Monterey 

Matamoros 

do 

do 



Sinaloa 



Matamoros 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



63 



of IA0 VniUid S'.ates and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 18GS) — Coutiaued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



•6,000 00 

2,109 30 

10.000 00 

Not stated . . . 

7,593 00 
25,000 00 

10,000 00 



2,000 00 
29, 791 00 

8,953 00 

500.000 00 
1, 467, 534 54 

34, 626 78 
3Ct000 00 

6, 444 85 

60,000 00 

100,000 00 
61, 150 GO 

30,000 00 
35,026 58 

6,365 00 

39,053 09 

1, 448, 660 00 

100,000 00 



9.844 80 
Not stated . . . 

157, 500 00 

91. 975 50 
6.000 00 



17.312 31 

1,990 90 

40,532 34 

111.816 16 
758, 437 00 

800 00 
250,000 00 
250,000 00 

80.000 00 
26,024 00 
10,799 00 
54,836 00 



50,000 00 



45,708 31 



When 
decided. 



Jaly 17, 1876 

Aug. 2,1871 
Jauell, IBT.*! 
Nov. 14, 1870 
May I. IHT-J 
Juiie 11, 1875 

Jane 9, ld74 



May 19, 1875 
Oct 17.1871 

July 19.1876 

Juno 11.1875 
June 11,1875 



Nov. 17, 1871 
Feb. 3, 1874 

June 11, 1875 

June 9. 1874 

Apr. 10, 1872 
June 11, 1875 



June 9,1674 
Oct. 28,1873 

July 19. 1876 
July 19, 1876 
July 30, 1876 

July 21. 1876 



July 21, 1876 
Apr. 10, 1872 

Feb. 3,1874 

Jan. 3. 18Ti 
June 11, 1875 



Feb. 3, 1874 

Jan.* 17, 1872 

Jan. 17,1873 

June 11. 1875 
July 15, 1876 

July 21, 1876 
July 22, 1876 
June 9,1874 

Feb. 3,1874 
July 33, 1876 
Dec. 24, 1873 
July 17, 1876 
June 17, 1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Deo. 20, 1871 



• By whom decided. 



Umpire 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do. 



Nature of decision. 



Award. 



United Staten 
currency. 



Award. 



Dismissed 

do .. 

RejecU'd .- 
A ward . . . 
Dismissed 



do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 

Umpire 



Commissioners 
do 



.do. 
.do 

do. 

do. 

.do. 
.do. 



do 



ilo 

Award. 



DismisHcd 



do 
do 



A ward . . . 
Dismissed 



.do 



do 

do 
do 



do 



Withdrawn by agent United States. 



Umpire Award. 

do I Dianiissod 

.do Award 



do 



do 

Commissioners 



Dismissed 



.do. 

do. 
do, 



.do 

do 

.do 

.do 



A ward 

DiHraisseil 



do 



IJojfcU'd . . 
DisuiisstMl 



Umpire 



do 

do 

Commissioners 



do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 

Umpire 

Commissioners , 



.do. 



do. 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Award 



DisuiisHed 

do . . . 

do ... 



1500 00 



550 00 



do 

do 

.do 

.do 



Consolidated witii No. 966. 



Dismissed 



do 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



1522 46 



#47, 669 51 



146 19 



3. 259 51 



924 39 



71, 109 38 



64 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against MeiAcOj presented to the Joint Commission 



Q 





Q 
959 

960 

961 

962 

963 

964 

965 
966A 

966B 

967 
968 

969 

970 

971 
972 

973 

974 
975 
976 
977 



978 

979 
980 

981 

982 

983 

984 

985 

986 

987 

988 

989 

990 

991 

993 

993 

994 
995 

996 

997 

998 



999 
1000 
1001 

1003 



Name of olaimant. 



Estate of M. J. Lizardi. 



Nature of claim. 



C.W. Brink 

Cornelias Stillman 



John and Salome McAllen, beira 

of John M. Yonng. 
Franklin Cnmmiugs and Robert 

I. Lawler. 
Francis Sustindale and Joseph 

Ha£n«- 
Charles F. Dehnas 

Carlos Butterfleld & Co 



.do 



Jonas P. Levy 

Michael Thompson . 



Charles Bonttier. 
Alfred Howell... 



Thomas A. Talbert 
Francis Dubois .... 



Michael Williams 

John Bcardon 

Thomas Gourrier 

Ajine S. Herd 

Frederick A. Kcichard. 



William Hughes. 



James E. Fitzgerald 
Henry Gordon 



Eugene Scollins 

William Kirby 

William Sutton 

John Donovan 

Lawrence Conley 

H. W.Lambert 

George W. McNnlty .. 

Joseph Kemp 

Frederick Harrington 

George Wieber 

James B. Kindred .... 



Joseph W. Hale, assignee of 

Mickle &, Co. 
Geronimo de la Garza 



William F. Laird 

William F. Laird and John M. 
Mathis. 

San Maroial Gold and Silver- 
Mining Company. 

George W.Blasdoll 



Joseph Kleiber and Charles Mc- 
Manns. 



J.6.GaIIaher.... 
Enlalia Williams 
W.Sherman 



W.B.BarcUij. 



Non-payment of certain bonds of the Mexican 
W Repiiblio, known as " 10 per cent amortization 
bonds." 

Unlawful arreat and detention by civil authori- 
ties. 

Depredations on stock-ranch by armed bands of 
Mexican citizens. 

Depredations on stock-ranch by armed bands of 
Mexican citizens. 

DeMtmction of merchandise during attack on 
Matamoros by General Carvajal. 

Destruction of merchandise in store of E. Col- 
Ion during sack of Bagdad. 

Supplies, forced loans and contributions 

Balance due on sale of barks Cathariue Augusta 
and Ben Franklin to Mexican government. 

Balance due on sale of war-steamers General 
Yturbide and Santa Anna. 

Violation of grant for constructing public road. . 

False arrest and imprisonment by military au- 
thorities. 

Destruction of stock of merchandise in burning 
of EscuinapNa by military autliorihr. 

Injury to business of cotton mannfucturing by 
reason of military interference. 

Seizure of cattle by General Corona's troops — 

Unlawful seizure and sequestration of stock of 
merchandise and household effects by civil 
authorities. 

Seizure of horses and mules bv Colonel Jos6 
Gomez, of the Mexican Liberal army. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
iMunties. 

False arrest and Imprisonment, and maltreat- 
ment by Mexican soldiers. 

Amount due for supply of military stores, &.C., 
to Generals Carvajal and Canales. 

lat claim. The value of a promissorv note given 
by Bodorick Matheson, commissioner of the 
State of Gnerr^tro, to Samuel L. Dennison, in 
payment for military supplies, and by Denui- 
son indorsed to claimant. 

2d claim. Balance due by Secretarv of Treasury 
on certain telegraph shares sofd to Govern- 
ment by George W. Stewart, assignor to claim- 
ant. 

Military services and broach of contract as to 
bounties. 

Arrest and false imprisonment 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
l)ounties. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, &c. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, Sec. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, Sec. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, &c. 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, Sec. 

Military services and breaqh of contract as to 
bounties, &c. 

Militarv services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, Sec, 

Military services and breach of contract as to 
bounties, &c. 

Militaiy services and breach of contract as to 

bonntfes, Sec. 

Unpaid draft of Gen. Joe6 M. J. Carviyal on J. 
W. Corliss Se Co. 

False arrest and imprisonment and robbery, by 
General Figueroa s troops. 

DIegal detention of cargo of bark Nneva Ade- 
lina, by onstom-house authorities. 

Depredations on cattle-ranch by armed men 
from Mexico. 

Seizure of cotton by General Cortina 

Seizure of wagon-train by General Cortina 



Interruption and forced abandonment of mining- 
operations by reason of military interference. 

Military services as member of American Legion 
of Honor. 

Seizure of train and merchandise, (under French 
escort,) by General Escobedo, after battle of 
Santa Gertrudis. 

Seizure of cotton by General Cortina 

Not clearly stated 

Pay and bounties due as member of the Ameri- 
can Legion ot Honor. 

Pay and bounties duo as member of the Ameri- 
can Legion of Honor. 



When. 



August 13, 1859 

Jaly20,1869 ... 

1866 to 1868 

— do 

1861 and 1862... 
Januarys, 1H66. 



1859 to 1869.. 
May 31, 1858 



February 5, 1855 ... 

1851 

December, 1858, and 

January, 18.')9. 
January 10,1860 



1868. 



1865 and 1866 

November 27, 1869. 



February, 1863 . . . . 

1868 

May, 1866. 

1866 

September 9, 1855. 



April 17, 1856 



July, 1866, to Au- 
gust, 1868. 

1865 

July 8, 1866, to Jan- 
nary 1, 1867, 

July 8, 1866. to Au- 
gust 1, 1868. 
do 



do 

....do 



July 8, 1868, to 
March 1, 1868. 

July 8, 1866, to Au- 
gust 1, 1868. 

June 14, 1866, to 
June 14, 1867. 

July 8, 1866, to Au- 
gust 1, 1868. 

July 8, 1866, to Jan- 
uary 1, 1867. 

May 15,1866 



May 13, 1866 . 

1856 

1858 and 1859. 

June 19, 1865 , 
June 18, 1865 . 



1866. 



September, 1866, to 

February, 1868. 
June 16,1866 



January, 1864 

Not stated 

1866, 1867, and 1868.. 

1866, 1867, and 1868.. 



Where. 



City of Mexico 



do.... 

Texas 

do.... 

Matamoros 
Bagdad 



San Carlos 

City of Mexico. 

do 



do... 

Guansjuato 



£!scuinapa 
Santiago . . 



Sinaloa 

Yxtaltepeo, State of Oaxaca 



Near Minatitlan 

Divers places in Mexico 

State of Vera C ruz 

Matamoros 

San Francisco 



City of Mexico. 



Divers places in Mexico 



Mazatlan 

Divers places in Mexico 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

New York 

Near Cordova 

Tres Marias Island 

Hidalgo County, Texas 



Reyuosa 

Near Keynosa 



Sinaloa 

Divers places in Mexico 
Near Caraargo 



Matamoros 

Not stated 

Divers places in Mexico 



Divers places in Mexico. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



65 



of the United States and Mexico, (under conveniian of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Amount 
claimed. 



$154, 800 00 

2, 100, 000 00 

104,538 10 

60,234 44 

15,000 00 

31, 747 63 

14. 622 00 
293, 732 76 

202, 743 21 

5, 000, 000 00 
75, 000 00 

164, 000 00 

223,979 15 

10. 000 00 
100,000 00 

1, 500 00 

100, 000 00 

75,800 00 

12, 949 69 

25,200 00 



1,000 00 

100. 000 00 

250,000 00 
50,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

100, OCO 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

100, 000 00 

1,000 00 

100,000 00 

Not stated . . 

400,000 00 

37,000 00 
52, 200 00 

2, 000, 000 00 

59,000 00 

46,339 39 



13,000 00 

68,000 00 

1,455 00 

1,925 00 



When 
decided. 



By whom decided. 



Nature of decision. 



Nov. 29, 1875 I Commissioners 



Jan. 3, 1872 

Nov. 30, 1875 

July 28, 1876 

May 19, 1875 

Aug. 16, 1876 

July 29. 1876 
Aug. 16, 1876 

Aug. 16, 1876 

June 9,1874 
Apr. 23, 1874 

Nov. 29, 1875 

Aug. 19, 1876 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Jan. 17,1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 
Apr. 10, 1872 
July 29, 1876 
June 17, 1874 



Nov. 29, 1875 



Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Oct. 17,1871 

July 29, 1876 

Mar. 6,1874 

July 31, 1876 

Aug. 1,1876 
Aug. 1,1876 

Aug. 3,1876 

June 9,1874 

Juno 9,1874 



Aug. 3,1876 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 



S. Ex. 31- 



do. 

do. 

Umpire 

do. 

do. 



Dismissed 



Rejected.. 
Dismissed 

do ... 

do ... 

do ... 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



do 
.do 

do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



Commissioners ' do 

do do 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 



Commissioners 

do 

Umpire 



.do. 



.do. 

do. 
.do. 



do*. 

do , 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Umpire 

Commissioners 
Umpire 



do. 
do. 



do 

Commissioners 
do 



Umpire 

Commissioners 
do 



.do. 



do 

Award. 



Dismissed , 

Withdrawn by agent United States, 
claim having arisen too late. 



Dismissed 

do... 

Award 



Commissioners Dismissed 



.do 



.do 

.do 
.do 



do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do .. 

do... 

do... 

Award — 
Dismissed 
do... 



.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



.do 

do 

.do 

.do 



II, 137 56 



2,000 00 



1, 500 00 



66 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of American claims against Mexico^ presented to the Joint Commission 



t 

s 



a 


Name of claimant. 


Natnre of claim. 


When. 


Whora 


1003 


H.H.Babcock 


Pay and bounties as a member of the American 
Lojrion of Honor. 

Pay and bounties as a member of the American 
Lef^ion of Honor. 

Pay and bounties as a member of the American 
Legion of Honor. 

Pay and bounties as a member of the American 
Lej^ion qf Honor. 

Pay and bounties due as member of the Ameri- 
can Lej^ion of Honor. 

Seizure of money (|16,000) by civil authorities 
after it was paid into court to chiimaut's credit 
on a judgment had in a civil action. 

Principal and interest of Mexican bonds 

Unpaid draft for 12,000 given claimant by Joseph 
W . Smith, agent of Mexico, for arms, ammu- 
nition, &c., furnished as per contract made in 
New York. 

Injuries to property and person, not defined 

Military services and violation of contract as to 
bounties. 

Military services and violation of contract as to 
bounties. 

Military services and violation of contract as to 
bou utiles. 

Military services and violation of contract as to 
IwuniieH, 

Seizure of horses, money, &c., illegal apnropria 
tion of coin bv soldiers, and forced auanduu- 
went of business and n^bbery of horses, 
monev, &c., by Mexican Indians. 

Illegal imprisonment by police-authojities 


1800,1867 and 1808... 
....do 


Divers places in Mexico . 
do 


• • ■ 


1004 


G. W. Blaisdell 


1005 


M. S. Grover 


....do 


do 


1006 


W. D. Killmon 


1867, 1868, and 1869.. 
. do 


do 

do 


1007 


B.F.Hoxio 

Otto liolton 


1U08 


1845 to 1847 


Citv of Mexico 


1009 


J. B. Pieraon 


1865 




1010 


Theodore W. Bavard 


1859 


New York 


1011 


John B. Ratcliff 


Not stated 


Not stated -- 


1012 


John Doe Smith 

Charles A.Bath 


1867. 1868 


Divers places in Mexico. . 
do 


••• 


1013 


...do 


1014 


Harry Watkiue 


. do . 


do 




1015 


James Galloway 


...,do 


......do 


10 IG 


Thomas M. Yerkes 


1856, 186-1, ai.d 1869.. 
Decern l>er 15, 1858. .. 


State of Soiioi'a 


1017 


Hiram Stocker 


Guani^'aato 



Totals of awards. 



1,017 claims against Mexico: 
Aggregate amount claimed in all moneys. 
Aggregate amount awarded in all moneys 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



67 



of the United States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continned. 



Amount 
claimod. 



|1, 695 00 
2, 210 00 
1, 815 00 
2,310 00 
1.200 00 
Not stated... 



Not stated... 
Not stated... 



1, 000. 000 00 
100, 000 00 

100,000 00 

100.000 00 

100,000 00 

14, 630 00 



When 
decided. 



Apr. 10,1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10, ia72 
Dec 24, 1873 



Mar. 6, 1P74 
Nov. 89, 1875 



Apr. 10, 1872 
Apr. 10,1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Apr. 10, 1872 

Nov. 29, 1875 



75, 000 00 Dec. 24, 1873 do 



By whom decided. 



Commissioners 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 



.do 
do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 



Natnre of decision. 



Dismissed 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 



.do 
do 



.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



$402, 942 04 $426, 624 98 



Mexican 
gold. 



$3, 296, 055 18 



$470,126,613 40 
4, 125, 622 20 



» . 



SCHEDULE OF MEXICAN CLAIMS 



AGAINST 



THE UNITED STATES. 



10 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexica^i claims against the United States^ presented to th^ Joint 



Docket 
number. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
26&i» 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
3.2 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45a 
456 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 

80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 



Name of claimant 



William McGarrahan 

Ana Alvarez , 

Francisco Jacinto Libreros 

Joe6 Maria Ortiz 

Ignacio Garcia 

Kafael Ortiz 

Calletano Alva 

Bias Antonio Serrano ^ 

Santiago de la Cmz 

Tomas Jimenez , 

Joaqain Hernandez , 

Joan Jo86 Rodriguez 

Juan Martinez : 

Ka£ael Libreros . 

Manuel Kosas 

Vicente Durantez 

Juan Rosas 

Aniceto Cereceda 

Felix Camacho 

Cristino Velasco 

Joaquin Velasco 

Jos6 Mariano Cortina 

Benito Alarcon 

Joaquin Lucido etaZ 

Luis Olmos et al 

Job6 M. Clemente Cruz etal 

Jos6 M.Clemeute Cruz , 

Juan Castafieda etal 

Manuel Carballo ^ 

Mariano Libreros 

Manuel Torres 

Josefa Fiayo 

Juan Quoro 

Francisco Arrieta 

Miguel Galvan 

Ambrosio Malpica 

Juan Contxcras 

Francisco Arrieta 

Juan M. Galvan 

Jos6 Ma. Alarcon 

Mariano Alarcon 

Jos6 Anto. Bollo 

Ventura Alarcon 

Juan AguHar 

Miguel Aguilar 

Francisco Guero . 

Santiago Baez etal 

Nicolas Sta. Ma. and Pedro CardeQa 

Manuel Guerrero < 

Mariano Romero 

Francisco Simon 

Jo86 Sta. C. Polanca 

Vicente Rodriguez de Leon 

Jo86 Ma. Anaya 

Juan Anta Acufia 

Rafael Baez 

Antonio Amador 

Octaviano Huerta 

do 

Manuel Ortega ..« 

Juan do Ortega 

Cristobal Lima 

Joaquin Camacho 

Vincents Fernandez de Lara 

Jo»6 Maria Lopez 

Mariano Maza 

Pedro Diaz and another 

Maria Antonia Huerta 

Ana Maria Amador , 

Dionisio Anto. Ortiz 

Francisco Rocha 

Mateo Caballoro 

lenncio Valdivieso 

Maria de J. Salazar 

Maria Josefa Polo and others 

Maria Jesus Soza 

Manuel do Lemy 

Melchora Arce 

Luciano Mendez 

Juan Pa von 

Joe6 Antonio Perez 



JnanaLoalza 

Miguel Blancas 

Jos6 Carlos Maraser . . 

Cresoencio Avalos 

Felipe Montreueil 

Jacinto Hernandez — 

Rafael Ballasteros 

Pablo M. Castro 

Fernando Barbosa. . . . 
Fabian Garcia Ddvila 
Agapito Martinez . ..., 



Nature of claim. 



Injury in respect to the Panocho Grande Rancho. 

iDJurica by United States troops 

do 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
do 
do 
.do 
.do 
do 



Injuries by United States troops under General Lane. 
Injuries by United States troops 



.do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 



When. 



May 4, 1859 .... 

It<47 

1848 

1847 

1847 and 1848... 

1848 

1847 

1847 and 1848... 
August 27, 1848. 

1847 

...do 

...do 

1848 

1847 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

1848 

1847 

...do 



....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

....do 

...do 

April 2, 1848 

1847 

...do 

... do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

— do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

...do 

...do 

April 2. 1843 

November 18, 1847, and 
April 3, 1848. 

1847 

— do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

February, 1848 

1846 

...do 

1847 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION, 



71 



Commission of the United States and Mexico^ (untUv convention of July 4, 1868.) 



Where. 



Amonnt claimed. 



California .... 

Mexico 

... do 

.... do 

.... do 

do 

... do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

...do 

.... do 

... do 

do 

.... do 

do 

... do 

do 

do 

... do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

... do 

do 

... do 

....do 

.... do 

do 

...do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

... do 

do 

do 

... do 

do 

KioFrio, Mex. 

Mexico 

do 



810, 000, 000 
44G 

7t; 

110 

&2 

45 

201 

til4 

4r> 

21 

.34 

37 

782 

210 

Ifl 

132 

354 

154 

'J7rt 

1211 

K) 

12. OOH 

14, 408 



do 

do '. ... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

••••'lo-v 

do 

....do 

...do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 

do » . 

do 

do 

Chianttiuipau, Mexico. 



Mexico 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

San Jo86, Mexico. 

Mexico 

....do 

do 



00 

12.i 

25 

12i 

l^ 

37i 

75 

75 

75 

50 

75 

m 

00 

87 i 

50 

00 

00 

00 

50 

50 

00 

00 

OO 

00 

93J 



960 25 



13, 661 

862 

23 

1, 950 

707 

2,658 

1, 948 
721 
227 
678 
435 

1,158 

21»7 

297 

266 

84 

1,848 
882 



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m 

00 

00 

00 

50 

25 

00 

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75 

62i 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 



5. 152 00 

1,206 62A 
29, 800 00" 
KW 50 

2, 200 00 

6, 108 25 
457 00 
325 12i 
207 37i 

4, 372 00 

1, 400 00 

2, 000 00 
1,281 63i 

761 00" 
4, 430 50 
482 00 
217 00 
500 00 
160 00 

1, 350 00 
4,546 12i 

120 50' 
314 00 
162 00 
131 00 
700 00 
J8(> 00 

3, 108 00 
584 00 
219 00 
710 00 

2, 003 00 
9(K) 00 

8, 466 00 
1,381 87i 

420 50 

815 50 

2, GOO 00 

36, 360 00 

200 00 

6, ^26 10 

2, 300 00 

1, e.'io 00 

275 00 

2, 000 00 

306 50 



When 
decided. 



By whom decided. 



May- 
Jan. 



Jan. 
May 

Jan. 



Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 



1,1872 

17, 1072 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20. 1872 
8, 1872 

17, 1872 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20. 1872 

13, 1873 . 

17,1872 1. 

do . 

do '. 

do 1. 

do I . 

.do !. 

.do.... 

do... 
.do.... 

do... 

do.... 
.do.... 

do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 

do.... 
.do.... 



The Coramisaioners 

do 

... do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

do 

do 

...do 



May 
Jan. 



do. 



do 

do 

rto 

do 

do 

do 

19,1875 
17, 1872 

do 



do 

do 

.do.... 

do 

.do.... 

.do 

.do 

do.... 

do 

do.... 
do... 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

May 28.1875 
Sept. 30, 1874 



Jan. 



Sept. 
Jan. 



17, 1872 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

30, 1874 
17, 1872 

do 

do 



..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

... do 

— do 

.do 

.do 

....do 

....do 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

... do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

Umpire 

The CommisHiouers 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

. . . do 

do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

do 

...do ... 

do 

do 



.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 



Natnro of decision. 



Diamisacd 

..do 

..do 

..do 

. do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

A ward . . . 
]>i.'4niiH8ed 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

. . . do 

...do 

..do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.."... 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



$654 84 



.do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Rejected . . 
Disniisaod 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

. .do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



72 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



91 

9-2 

93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 

101 
102 
1(»3 
104 

ia5 

106 

107 

108 

109 

109 bw 

110 

111 

iia 

113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 

121 

122 

123 

124A 

124 B 

124G 

124 D 

124E 

1-25 

126 

127 A. 

127B 

127C 

127D 

127E 

127 F 

128A 

128B 

use 

128D 

128E 

128F 

12?G 

128n 

1281 

12flJ 

1.28L 

i:8M 

128N 

1280 

128P 

l.'8Q 

12?'K 

128S 

128T 

128U 

128V 

128W 

128X 

128Y 

12^Z 

128A 

129 A 

129B 

129C 

130 

131 

132 A 

132B 

132C 

132D 

132E 

132F 

132G 



Name of claimant. 



Jos6 Maria Garcia. 



Ignacio Kodrignez . 



Aacenoion Garza 

Jesus Hinojoza 

Cristobal Salinas 

J. M. de la Garza Gonzales. 

Rafael del Bosque 

Antonio Salinas 

Guadalupe Hinojosa 

Juan N. Vela 



1 



Ensebio Salinas 

Town of San Nicolas de las Garzas.. 

Nicolas Gomez 

Joaquin Marin 

Vicente de la O 

Agustin Sanchez 

Eraristo Susunaga , 

Julio Fajas 

Townof Lampazos 

Ramon Hoyos , 

Benito Gonzalez 

Gabriel Gonzalez 



Tomas Spencer 

Ana Diaz Parraga 

Ana Gomez and Trinidad Montero 

Jesus Cabazos 

Macedonio Arrendondo 

Man'l M. de Tejada 

The governor of Chihuahua 

Antonio Maria Serrano 

Juan Romero and others 



Nature of claim. 



Injuries by United States troops 

Property stolen at bacionda of Carrizal, by robbers at Sablnas 

Hidalgo and Villa Aldama. 
Property taken at same hacienda by volunteers under Capt Ben. 

Iiguries by United States troops 

do , 



.do 
do 

.do 
do 

.do 

.do 



..do 
,.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



When. 



1847 

July, 1848, 



September, 1847. 



1847 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

August 25, 
July, 1848. 

1847 

...do 



1846, to 



.do 
do 
do 
do 



Gaudalupe Miranda 



The governor of Sonora 



Jos6 A vellano 

Miguel Nu&ez 

Lui sValdes 

Jo86 Maldonado 

Prime Garcia 

Candelario Alcantar 

Canuto Estavillo 

Francisco Saracho 

Iguacio A de Teran 

Ijgnacio Lozano 

Juan N. Arizpe 

Guadalupe C. de Ortega 

Crisostimo Charles 

Joe6 Maria Pompa 

Filomena Villareal 

Guadalupe de la Garza 

Marcos Villareal 

Juana V. de Espinosa 

Gerardo Elizondo 

Jacinto Villareal 

Celestino Elizondo 

Guadalupe de la Garza 

Lazaro Villareal — 

Eustaouio Gutierrez 

Guadalupe do la Garza 

Gordianode la Garza 

Ramon Villareal 

Maria R Elizondo 

Jesus Villareal ... 

Clei*tino Elizondo 

Tomas Garcia, ex'or 

Celestino Elizondo 

Guadalupe Gonzalez 

Miguel BotoUo 

Jesus Amava 

Francisco (Gonzalez 

Donaciano Trevifio 

M. and M do los Santos 

Guadalupe Perez 

Antonio Gonzalez 

Dolores Valdivielso 

Felipe Flores 

Jacobo Sanchez Navarro 

Ma. G. Bagncr de Araujo 

Rafael Aguirre 

Felipe Gronzalez 

Miguel Zubiria 

Francisco Zubiria 

Esteban del Campo 

Juan del Campo 

Property-holders of "Rodeo". 
Manuel Pereira 



Imprisonment at Brownsville 

Injuries by United States troops 

do 

do 

Damages for alleged unlawful occupation and use of lands of the 
Pueblo of Cinecue by the inhabitauts of the town of Isleta, Tex. 
Injuries by United St at^ officials 



The governor of Sonora files documents and reports in reference to 
Indian depredations in that State, but makes no specific claim. 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

do 



.do 

.do 

do 

do 



Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do 

do 

Depredations by Indians 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Depredations by Comanche Indians , 

Depredations by Comanche, Lipan, and other Indians . 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

do 

do 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do 

do 

do 

do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

January 20, 1848 

do 

March to June, 1848 .. . 
November, 1847, and 
March, 1848. 

1847 

do 

do 

June 13, 1848 , 

ia52 , 

1847 

August, 1849 

July 13,1848 

January 31, 1854 



1849. 



18.Wtol853 

1848 to 1853 

Mav.1849 

IWiiOaud 1852 

1849 and 1851 

1852 

1848 to 1853 

August 10. 1853 

June to October, 1852. 



1848 to 1853 .. 

1849 to 1852 . . 
do 

1850 to 1853 . . 
1849 

1849 to 1852 . . 

1850 to le52 . . 
1850 and 1853. 
1849 to 1851 .. 
1849 to 1852.. 

do 

1849 and 1850. 
1849 to 1851 . . 

1848 to 1853.. 

1849 to 1851 .. 
1849 to 1852 . . 
1849 to 1851 . . 
1849 and 1850. 
1849 to 1853 . . 

...do 

1849 to 1852 . . 

1849 to 1853.. 

1850 to 1853.. 

...do 

ia51 to 1853 . . 
1849 to 1853 . . 
...do 

1848 to 1853.. 

1849 to 1853 . . 

...do 

1848 to 1851 .. 
1848 to 1853 . . 
1852 and 1853. 

1851 

1848 to 1851 . . 
1848 to lc50 . . 
...do 

....do 

...do 

1850 to 1854 .. 
1848 to 1850 . . 

....do 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



73 



of the United States and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Where. 



Mexico 
....do . 



.do 
do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



....do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 

...do 

— do 

Toluca. Mexico .. 
Lower California. 



Gnajmas, Mexico 

Cerro Gordo, Mexico . . . 

Mexico 

Saltnio, Mexico 

Brownsville. Tex 

Tacubaya, Mexico 

Mexico 

Vera Cms 

El Paso County, Tex. . . 

Dofia Ana, N. Mex 



Chihaahna, Mexico . . 

Coaliaila, Mexico 

do 

do 

do 

— do 



Darango, Mexico 

— do 

Coahuila, Mexico 

do 

do 

— do 

...do 

NncTo Leon, Mexico . . . 

... do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Zacatecas, Mexico . . . . 

Naevo Leon, Mexico . . . 

...do 

...do 

... do , 

...do , 

...do 

...do , 

...do , 

...do 

...do 

...do , 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do , 

...do , 

...do , 

...do 

Darango, Mexico 

do 

Coahaila, Mexico 

Chihoahaa, Mexico 

Coahaila, Mexico 

Darango, Mexico 

..do 



Amount claimed. 



When 
decided. 



By whom decided. 



|7, 914 00 

6, 902 m 

76 00 
536 00 

l,06d 00 
715 00 

1, 649 75 
147 50 
399 62| 

1,188 13{ 

238 50 
2,124 50 

187 50 
7,500 00 
1.511 62| 

950 00 
2, 147 00 
3,500 00 

1,685 85$ 

246 50 
1,930 00 



1,970 
4,886 
1,805 
5,000 



50 
87* 
00 
00 



3,842 12i 



1.034 
60,120 



00 
00 



40, 415 00 



,.do 
,.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



S. Ex. 31- 



126. 427 nh 

1. 519 00 

1. 598 00 

603 00 

:)93 91 1 

242 00 

36.920 00 
28,849 00 

166, 467 88 

46,948 86 

105, 379 88 

336,250 00 

80,323 92 

44, 729 16 
9.612 50 

12,823 00 
12, 640 37i 

2,405 00 
23.401 00 
12.023 71 
18.347 75 
18. 455 00 

6,590 00 
53, 827 31 
15,367 00 
12,610 181 
17, 059 00 
15, 132 00 
19.294 00 
15. 437 62| 

9, 392 62i 

45, 318 37^ 
20,933 00 

11.921 00 
11.300 00 
17. 480 00 
22,311 00 

100.000 00 
3,438 00 
3, 754 00 

45.529 00 
498, 800 00 

449.001 86 
6, 316 88 

169, 769 12^ 
140, 577 00 
28. 916 00 
49, 398 33 
21,002 00 
53, 087 58 
11, 348 00 
84,469 82 

10 



Jan. 17,1872 
May 25,1875 



Jan. 



Mar. 

Jan. 
May 
Jan. 



Jan. 
May 
May 



17,1872 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

6,1875 

17, 1872 
8,1872 

17,1872 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20,1872 
8,1872 

29,1875 
do 



Jan. 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 



July 



17. 1872 

do 

do 

29,1875 

20,1872 

17, 1872 

6,1875 

do 

13, 1870 



Jan. 18, 1871 



Oct 



20,1874 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

ApHl23, 1874 
OcL 20,1874 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Thd Commissioners. 



.do 

,.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
..do 
.do 
..do 

.do 

..do 

..do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



— do 

— do , 

....do , 

Umpire 

The Commissioners. 

. ...do , 

— do 

....do 

....do 



...do 



The Commissioners. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

. ..do 

...do 

The Umpire 

The Commissioners. 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Award 

Dismissed 



with 



Consolidated 

No. 626. 
Consolidated with 

No. 131. 

Dismissed 

...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Rejected . . 
Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

.,..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Award. 



United States 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



12,774 18 



74 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican olaima againet the United StateSy presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
nmnber. 



13SH 

1321 

133 

134 

135 
136 
137 



138 

139 

140 

141 

14SA 
142 B 
142 C 
142D 
142 £ 
142 F 
142 G 
142 H 
1421 
142J 
142 L 
142M 
142 N 
1420 
142 P 
142Q 
142 K 
1428 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
.171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 



Nftme of claimant 



Toribio Bracho 

Vicente G. Granados et al. 
Governor of Sonora 



No claimant 



Bernardo BeviUa 

Governor of Sonora 

Governor of Tamanlipaa 



Vice-oonsal of Mexico, at Brownsville. 

Bernardino and Francisco Garcia Mn- 

gnerza. 
Jm6 Maria Jarrero 



Katore of claim. 



Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do 

Presents papers relating to depredations by Indians ; no claim. 



M. and Josefs Chaves. 



Leonardo Lopez 

Manuel del Si 

Maiia Antonia Nnfio 

Jo86 Maria Mafioz 

Fnlgencio Barron 

Ramon Villa 

Jesus Bi^orqnez 

Basilio Gutierrez 

Jesus Timbres 

DamasioCruz 

Ramon Timbres 

Ygnacio Molina 

Ramon Borquez 

Nicolas Lopez 

Trinidad CasiUas 

Francisco A. Aguilar 

Jesos Felix 

Antonio Nogales 

Francisco Acufia 

Francisco Borquez 

Florencio Twao 

Manuel Quintana 

Francisco Salcido Mason 

Simon Robles 

Jos6 Maria Tamayo 

Juan Domingnez 

Sebastian B^ar 

Manuel Morales 

Jos^ Martinez and others 

Miguel CarriUo 

David Santa Cruz 

Jesus Rivera Bruel 

Fernando Gnrrola and others. 

Antonio Pacho and others 

Ignacio Feliz and others 

Juan Jo86 Gurrola 

Jesus Navarro and others. ... 

Carlos Sanchez and others 

Manuel Sanchez 

Antonio Moreno and others . . 

Maria Dolores Villa , 

J. Miguel de Islas and others. 
Ramon Rodriguez and others. 

Julian Morales 

Jesus Feliz 

Francisco Valenzuela 

Mariano Lopez 

Ramon Oviedo 

Florentine Curiel 

Ignacio Valencia 

Dionisio Aguilar 

Felioiano Arvizu 

Francisco and Dolores Robles 

TeodoroBemal 

Julian Leon and brothers 

Francisco Velez Escalante ... 

Pascual Diaz 

Jesus Mendez 

Jesus Pesqueira 

Mariano Paredez 

Francisco Bias and others 

Francisco Romo 

Francisco Monteverde 

Juan B. Mendez 

Mateo de Uruchurta 

Joe6 Isabel Salazar 

Carlos Calderon 

Juan Jos6 Encinas 

Ramon Molinas 

Jesus Perez and others 

Ventura Torres , 

Romualdo Figneroa ...: 

Jo66 Dolores Figueroa 



Papers from the Mexican war department relating to Indian dep- 
redations on the ft*ontier. 

Injuries to property by United States troops under General Price. 

Injuries caused by the blockade of Guaymas 

Injuries by Texans, whose goods were seized on charge of smug- 
gling into Mexico, and who crossed the Rio Grande, and re- 
captured the goods. 

For the lynching of Francisco Flores by a mob for shooting a 
Mexican at a gambling-table. 

For property taken and destroyed at the capture and pillage of the 
town of Bagdad. 

Papers relating to depredations by Indians 



For the murder of their father, Antonio Jos6 Chaves, and the rob- 
bery of his property, by a party of Americans. 
Depredations oy Apache Indians 



do 

do 

do 

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do 

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do 

do 

do 

do 



Depredations by Indians 

Depredations by Ai>ache Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

do 

do 

Depredations by Apache Indians 
, do 



.do 

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do 

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When. 



1848 to 1850 
...do 



Mar. 9 to July 15, 1848 
August 17, 1849 



July, 1850 

January 5, 1866 



February, 1845. 



1849 and 1850. 
1849 to 1852 . . 
1649 and 1852. 
1852 and 1853. 

1849 and 1850. 
1851 to 1853 . 

1850 and 1852. 

1848 to 1853 . . 

1849 to 1851 .. 
...do 

1849 and 1850. 
1849 and 1853. 
1849 to 1852 .. 
1850 

1851 and 1852. 
1849 to 1853 . . 
1849 to 1852 . . 
1848 to 1851 . . 

1848 to 1853 .. 

1849 and 1850. 
1849 to 1852 . . 
...do 

...do 

1848 to 1854 . . 
1848 to 1852 . . 

1848 to 1853 . 
do 

1849 to 1853 . . 
1849 to 1852 . . 
1848 to 1852 . . 
1848 to 1854 . . 

...do 

1848 to 1853 . . 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1850... 

1848 to 1853... 

...do 



...do 

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...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1850 

1848 to 1853.... 
1850 to 1852.... 
March, 1849... 
1848 to 1853.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1854.... 
1848 to 1853.... 

...do 

April, 1853.... 
1848 to 1853.... 

...do 

August 6, 1852. 
1848 to 1853.... 
1850 to 1854.... 

...do 

1848 

1848 to 1852.... 

1848 to 1854.... 
....do 

1849 to 1854.... 

... do 

1848 to 1853.... 

..do 

1850tol853.... 

....do 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



75 



of ih/t United States and Mexico^ {under convention of July 4, 1868)— Continned. 



Where. 



Darango, Mexico 
....do 



Chihuahaa, Mexico 
Ooaymaft, Mexico .. 
Mier, Mexico 



Bro-wnsyille, Tex. 
Bagdad, Mexico.. 



Kansas 



Sonora, Mexico 

— do 

....do 

do 

— do 

— do 

....do 

— do 

— do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

....do ......... 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

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do 

....do 

do 

do 

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do 

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....do 

....do 

do 

do 

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— do 

do 

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do 

....do 

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do 

do 

... do 

.... do 

....do 

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do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

....do 

do 

....do 

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do 

....do 

do 

....do 

....do 

do 

do 

....do 



Axnonnt claimed. 



•8,159 00 
68,005 00 



31, 110 00 



98.573 93 



60,370 00 

175 00 

1, 105 00 

1,000 00 

540 00 

535 00 

330 00 

495 00 

560 00 

8,450 00 

610 00 

1. 795 00 

3,750 00 

3,030 00 

330 00 

87 00 

19, 913 00 

11,373 00 

1,009 00 

30,093 00 

5. 8-29 00 

9,456 00 

6, 615 00 

7,071 00 

8,880 00 

36, 691 00 

80.090 00 

43, 570 00 

65,007 00 

8.565 00 

10,830 00 

13,300 00 

43,656 00 

13. 597 00 

18,641 00 

3,363 00 

6,850 00 

4.653 75 

11.536 00 

53,087 00 

11, 180 00 

33,730 34 

73,875 00 

13, 695 00 

1,995 00 

6,585 00 

8,804 00 

1,389 00 

5, 470 00 

738 00 

10, 100 00 

17.733 00 

13,360 00 

17,680 00 

6,395 00 

54,670 00 

14, 150 00 

1,085 00 

51, 331 00 

37,339 00 

1, 199 70 

17.435 00 

8,543 00 

45, 516 00 

46,998 00 

11, 190 00 

15,330 00 

9,590 00 

13,730 00 

36,580 00 

14,669 00 

36. 775 00 

35,401 00 

85,038 00 



When 
decided. 



Oct 30,1874 
do 



Nov. 39, 1875 
Jan. 30,1873 
Nov. 87,1873 



Jan. 80,1873 
July 3, 1875 



July 6, 1870 



Oct 



80.1874 

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By whom decided. 



The Commissioners. 
...do 



Umpire 

The Comlnissioners 
...do 



....do 



Umpire 



The Commissioners 



...do . 

...do. 

...do. 

. ..do . 

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Nature of decision. 



Dismissed ... 

...do 

Consolldatefl 

Na 131. 
....do 



with 



Award 

Dismissed 
...do 



.do 



Rejected 



Consolidated 

No. 131. 
Dismissed ... 



with 



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Award. 



United States 
cnrrency. 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



131, 500 49 



76 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims againet the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



198 

199 

300 

SOI 

"iOQ 

303 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

216A 

216B 

216C 

217 

218 

219 

220 

221 

222 

223 

224 

225 

fix 

227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
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238 
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240 
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242 
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255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 

273 

274 
275 
276 
277 

278 
279 
280 

281 



282 



Name of claimant. 



Maria L Lncero and others 

Juan Sierra and others 

Ignacio Sagaste and others 

Jo86 Maria Soto 

Antonio and Rosario Castillo 

Jo86 Maria Redondo and others — 

Miguel Ramirez and others 

Justo Migrnirray and others 

Juan Sotelo ana others 

Celestino Alvarez 

Benito Snares 

Policarpo Leal 

Ignacio Ortiz 

Miguel Cepedaand others 

Francisco Maldonado and others .. 

Luis Redondo y Oortari 

Jus6 Maria Reaondo y Gortari — 

do 

Joe6 Teran and others 

Jos6Barcelo 

Francisco Moreno y Yasquez 

Ignacio Moreno and others 

Juan de Mella y Montafio 

Gabriel Encinas and others 

Julian Yillaescusa and others 

Evarinto Ruiz and others 

Luis Castillo and others 

Jo86 Teran y Tato and others 

Vicente Cota and others 

Joe6 Baroelo and others 

Soledad Vasquez de Moreno 

Jesus Provencio 

Francisco Morena y Yasquez 

Mariano Morales 

Genaro Teran 

Fernando Moreno 

Cayetano Sanchez 

Manael Moreno 

Julian Moreno 

Ignacio Maria Yasquez 

Vicente Yasquez 

Fernando Vildasola 

Jo86 Barcelo 

Vicente Velarde 

Francisco Figueroa and others — 

Antonio Corella and others 

Miguel MuQoz and others 

Julian Acu&a and others 

Tibnrcio Jacome and others 

Franciseo Olivas and others 

Ignacio Flores and others 

Jo86 Antonio Ruiz and others 

J. Joaquin Ochoa 

Fulgencio Tellez and another 

Jos^ Bustamonta 

Jos6 Juan Elias & Brothers 

Francisco Gonzalez 

Victoriano Cepeda and others 

Ignacio Saenz rflid others 

Joe6 Maria Sinohui and others — 

Nazario Ortiz 

Jos6 Francisco and Rafael Salazar 

Santiago Campillo and others 

Jesus Villalobbe and others 

Papias Ruiz and others 

Rafael Hnrtado and others 

Espiridion Gomez 

Anastasio de los Santos 

Manuel Rodriguez y Ramon 

Pedro Martinez y Znlaica 

Felipe de la Garza 

Luis Galan G 

Florencio Rodriguez 

Pablo Espinosa 

Desiderio Galindo 

Ramon de Hoyos and others 

Gregoria Mier y Teran and others. 



Mariano Paredes 



Governor of Sonora 

No claimant 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Ramon Garay 



Estanislao Hoyos. 



Indalecio Elizondo. 



Nature of claim. 



Depredations by Apache Indians 
do 



.do 
do 
do 
.do 
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do 
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.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Depredations by Indians 
do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Gives information as to depredations by Apache Indians ; no claim 

Gives information as to depredations by Indians ; no chvim 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Gives lists of towns, estates, and farms destroyed by Indians 

For alleged illegal duties paid on 100 barrels whisky imported 

ftom Mexico into the UnittHl States. 
For property taken and destroyed at the time of the invasion and 

burning of the town of Piedras Negras by Texan volunteers 

under Captains Callahan and Henry. 
Depredations by Indians 



When. 



1648 to 1853 
1849 to 1853 

.. do 

1848 to 1853 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1849 to 1853 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1853 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

ia'>2 

February, 1849 
1848 to 1853 .... 

...do ....:.... 

1848 to 1854.... 
1848 to 1853 .... 
1848 to 1854 .... 

...do 

1848 to 1853... 
1848 to 1852 ... 
1848 to 1853.... 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1854 .... 
1848 to 1853 . . . 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

1848 and 1849. 

1849 

1848 to 1853 . . 
...do 



...do 

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...do ....*.. 

...do 

...do 

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— do 

...do 

...do 

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...do 

..do 

1848 to 1852 



1848. 
1849. 

\mo. 

1851 
1852. 



November, 1865 
October 6, 1855 . 



1848 to 1854 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



77 



of the United States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1866) — Continned. 



Where. 



Sonora, Mexico, 
.do 



..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

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..do 

-do 

..do 

Coahuila, Mexico 

..do 

..do 

. do 

-.do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

. .do 

..do 

Ckiahaila and Nnero 

Leon, Mexico. 
Sonoro, Mexico 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

Brownsville, Texas 

Mnzqoiz, Mexico. . . 



Coahuila, Mexico. 



Amount claimed. 



16,616 25 

1,487 00 

903 00 

50, 316 00 

S95 00 

23.265 00 

1,012 00 

3,619 00 

167, 441 00 

2,970 00 

5,210 00 

114, 440 00 

7.360 00 

413, 086 00 

3. 471 00 
42,800 00 
85,000 00 
23, 015 00 
36, 573 00 

920 00 

5,258 00 

2,206 00 

5,594 00 

2,328 50 

22,518 00 

407 00 

1,083 50 

38,853 00 

14, 310 00 

4,073 25 

4. 442 00 
5.500 00 
3,600 00 

105, 770 00 

73, 707 00 

27,646 25 

21, 841 00 

1,187 00 

42,557 00 

24.063 00 

2,572 00 

4,320 00 

1,302 00 

1,020 00 

5. 813 00 

36,571 m 

11, 108 00 

1,758 50 

10, 445 12i 

10. 112 00 

2,094 00 

2,370 00 

75,081 30 

80,308 00 

3,435 00 

501, 702 37 

31, 870 00 

3, 613 50 

11,671 00 

38.640 00 

12,360 00 

50.050 00 

38,830 00 

4,967 25 

1,840 00 

55,213 00 

10,832 00 

14. 482 00 

12,153 00 

7.458 00 

15,622 50 

12,606 00 

27,961 00 

5.006 00 

37,435 00 

534, 748 84 

233,715 25 



26,389 78 
36,895 94 

45,308 04 



When 
decided. 



Oct 20,1874 

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4o 

do 



Ang. 28, 1876 
Nov. 29, 1875 

Oct 20,1874 



By whom decided. 



The Commissioners . 
do 

.. do 

.. do 

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...do 

...do 

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do ....<• 

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...do 

...do 

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...do 

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...do 

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...do... 

...do 

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...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

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Umpire 
— do . . 



The Commissioners 



Natare of decision. 



Dismissed 

...do 

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Consolidated with 
No. 131. 

...do 

....do 

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...do 

Dismissed 



.do 



.do 



Award. 



United States United SUtes 
currency. gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



78 



UKETED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican olama against the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



383 

884 
285 

286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 



292 
293 



294 

295 

296 

297 

298 

299 

300 

301 

302 

303 

304 

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306 

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308 

309 

310 

311 

312 

313 

314 

315 

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318 

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352 

353 

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355 

356 . 

357 



35dA 

358B 
359A 

359B 



Name of claimant. 



Jesns de la Garza 

Bernardo Masquiz 

Jastiniano, Mi^el, Joan, and Bobinson 
Elizonde. 

Jofl6 Maria Garza Galan 

Jesns Elqnezabal 

do 

Manuel Elqnezabal Garza 

Tirso Castilion and others 

Tirso Castilion and Julia Gonzalez — 



Celedonio Galan and others. 
Maria Jnana Hernandez — 



Dimas Sandoval 

Franoisoa Herrera 

Luis Sandoval 

Felipe de la Garza 

Lorenzo Guevara 

Juan Jofl6 Patifio Martinez. . 

Pedro Yallareal 

Santos Soy 

Guadalupe Bamos 

Francisco Gonzalez Beyes . . . 

Molchora Jiminez 

Gregorio Garza 

Margarito Tepoete 

Jesus Garza Sanchez < 

Gertrudis Flores 

Geronimo Gonzalez , 

Bosa Elqnezabal 

Pablo Yaladee , 

Estanislaus Valades 

Simon Bamirez 

Silverio Valades 

Angel Yturriaga 

Secundino Barbosa 

Juana Alroansa 

Manuel Bodriguez i 

Jos6 M.Carbiual 

Victor Gonzalez 

Dolores Moya 

Juana Loneoria 

Manuela Martinez 

Konato Patiuo 

t>olore8 Salinas 

OnofreVillareal 

LnisPrado.. 

Martina Hernandez 

Cresoenoiana Martinez , 

Gabriel de los Beyes 

Gregorio Gonzalez 

Antonio Sauceda 

Julian Bodriguez 

Antonio Montes 

Jesus Losoya 

Merced delos Angeles 

Eroamacion Sanchez 

Jos6 Maria Xnncio 

Francisca Sulaica 

Juan N. Lopez 

Jesus Flores 

Socorro Perez 

Jos6 Ma. Sanchez 

Mariadb Aguirre 

Jesus Bamon 

Luis Mnzquiz ■ 

Juana Cameron 

Clemencia Menohaca 

Martina Galindo 

Jesus Almendares 

Severe Barrera . 

Maria del Befti^o Menchaca. 

Victoriano Bodriguez 

Jesns Ma. de la Garza 

Ma. Silvestre Gutierrez 

Josefa Garcia Elizonde 

Celestino Gonzalez 



Katnre of claim. 



Depredations by Indians 
do 



do 

do 
do 
.do 
do 
do 



For property taken and destroved at the invasion and burning of 
the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 
State of Texas under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

Depredations by Indians 

For property taken and destroyed at the invasion and burning of 
the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 
State of Texas under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do 



Eduardo Berron. 



Jos6 Ferrer 



Mariano Santos. 



Melchor de los Santos 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
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.do 
.do 
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.do 
.do 
.do 
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.do. 
.do. 
.do 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 
.do. 
do. 
.do 
do 
.do. 
.do. 
.do 
.do. 
do. 
.do-, 
do. 
do. 
do . 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Depredations by Comanche Indians 

For advances made to the American Hteamer Heroine, which was 
afterward seized and sent to New Orleans by United States con- 
sal-general. 

For the seizure of the Mexican schooner Oriente at the mouth of 
the Mississippi, whence she was sent to New York, and detained 
until January 10, 1863, without legal proceedings. 

For loss on cargo of salt on schooner Oriente, seized in the Missis- 
sippi Bivor and sent to New York. 

For property taken at the sacking of the town of Villa Aldama by 
a body of armed men headed by one G. K. Lewis, captain of a 
company of Texan volunteers, auriug the war with Mexico. 

do 



When. 



1849 to 1854 

1848 

1851 to 1854 



August, 1849.... 

1849 to 1852 

November, 1850 , 
1848 to 1853 

1850 to 1853 

October 6, 1855 . , 



January 8, 1851 
October 6, 1855 . 



....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do........ 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

.. .do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do........ 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1850 . . 
January, 1867 



June 4, 1862. 



do 



July 19, 1846 



.do 



* This sum is awarded, in gross, in favor of the Mexican government for 



UNITED STATES AllTD MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



79 



of the United States and MexicOy (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continned. 



Where. 



Coahnila, Mexico 

...do 

...do 



..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



.... do 
...do 



....do 

— do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

... do 

do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

....do 

... do 

do 

— do 

....do 

...do 

do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

...do 

do ; 

do 

do 

do 

do 

...do 

do 

...do 

....do 

do 

. ...do 

do 

do 

... do 

....do 

do 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Tampico, Mexico. 



AxnoQiit claimed. 



New Orleans, La . 



do 

Yilla Aldama, Mexico. 



175.430 00 
43,975 00 
37, 847 16 

1,364,664 00 

66.353 71 

18,770 50 

111,010 73 

31, 613 43 

5,339 85 



181. 386 94 
137, 310 00 



43, 139 00 
33, 145 00 
54,075 00 

181, 185 05 

831, 439 37 
54,847 00 
63,501 00 
63,105 00 

114,077 00 
63,731 00 

107, 786 00 
63,983 00 
34,640 00 
81, 108 00 
73,371 00 
53,818 00 
81,409 00 
93,363 00 
82,871 00 
55,378 00 
84,000 00 

31.803 00 
31, 593 75 
47, 072 00 
86,343 00 
81,793 00 
58,385 00 
53,580 00 
33,093 00 
41, 675 00 
41,6£1 00 
89,775 00 

113,736 50 
31,371 00 
41,888 00 

53.859 00 

10.804 00 
48,006 50 
93,185 00 
73,588 00 
58,969 00 
43, 010 00 

63.860 00 
68,610 00 
43,808 00 
67,800 00 
48,648 00 
54.340 00 
75, 764 00 
63,886 00 
51,506 00 
73,401 00 
51, 797 00 
41,834 00 
81, 318 00 
33,086 00 

156, 848 00 
97, 986 00 
99, 175 00 
10,384 00 

105,811 00 
43,390 00 

357,505 00 
1,306 94 



36,983 48 

4,639 85 
81,634 90 



When 
decided. 



Oct 



80,1874 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

......do 

do 

Nov. 29,1875 



Oct 80,1874 
Apr. 17,1873 



.do., 
do., 
.do., 
.do. 
do., 
do., 
do., 
do., 
.do., 
do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do. 
.do. 
.do., 
.do., 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do. 



By whom decided. 



Mar. 6,1875 



The Commissioners. 

...do 

— do 



...do... 
...do . 
...do. . 
...do... 
...do .. 
Umpire 



The Commissioners 
...do 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.da 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 

do 

do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Oct 30.1874 ... do 



.do 



Oct 4,1870, ....do 



Oct 19,1870 do... 

Nov. 39, 1875 Umpire, 



Nature of decision. 



Dismissed 

...do 

...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



....do . . 
Award. 



.do 17,180 90 do I. ...do 

distrihation among certain claimants named in the opinion, 150 in nnmber. 



Award, (see Na 393.) 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Dismissed 

Award, (see No. 393.) 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do .. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

Award, (see Na 393) . 

— do 

Dismissed 

Award, (see Na 393). 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Dismissed 

Award, (see Na 893) . 

Dismissed 

Award, (see No. 393) . 

Dismissed 

Award, (seeNa 393) . 

— do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

-^o ,... 

do 

Dismissed 

Award, (see Na 893) . 

Dismissed 

Award, (seeNa 303) . 

do 

...do 

Dismissed 

Award, (see No. 393) 

do 

....do 

....do 



Award. 



United States 
cnrrency. 



United States 
gold. 



*950,000 00 



.do 



Dismissed 



do 



Award. 



...do 

Dismissed 



.do 



Mexican 
gold- 



11, 187 75 



5,167 58 



80 



UNITED STATES AKD MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule qf Mexican ciaifM against the United States, presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



Name of olaimant. 



Nature of olaim. 



When. 



359 C 



359D 
359E 
359F 
35»G 
359 H 
3591 
359J 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
378 
373 
374 
374 &u A 



374 &uB 
374 MtC 
374 &MD 
374 &w£ 
374 M«F 
374&»«6 

375 

376 

377 

378 

379 

380 

381 

382 

383 

384 

3a5 

386 

387 

388 

389 

390 

391 

393 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 

399 

400 
401 
4(12 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
436 
427 
428 
429 
430 
431 



J. A. Gronzales Gnerra 



Lnie Yillareal y Case 

Jesna M.Cerda 

Tomas Gossales 

Tomaa de Villareal. ... . .,... 

Maria Paala Gonzalez 

Jo86 M. Santos y Santos 

Jos^ Ma. Ramon 

Francisco Yillareal 

Jo86 Maria Villareal 

Juan J. Yillareal 

Leon Yillareal 

Bamon Garcia 

Benigno Yillareal 

Francisco Cardenas 

Antonio Cantii 

Jos6 Maria Cantii 

Jos6 Al^o Yillareal 

Irineo Cantti 

Luis Yillareal and another.. 
Lazaro Yillareal y Gutierrez 
Yictoria Ral and another . .. 

Jo86 Ma. Ancira 

Jos^ Maria Ancira 



For propertf taken at the sacking of the town of Yilla Aldama, by 
a t>ody 01 armed men headed by one G. K. Lewis, captain of a 
company of Texan volnnteers, daring the war with Mie.xico. 

do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 



Depredations by Indians. 
do 



Isabel Larralde 

Jesns Jimenez 

Jnlian Chapa 

Nicolas Larralde 

Adelaida Morton 

Rafael Espinosa 

Hermenegildo Hnerta 

Ambrosia Calvo de Elias & Sons 

Mannela Gaaspe de Alvarez 

Aognstin Farrias and brother . . . 

Hi^iodeLeon 

Wenceslao Martinez 

Nicomedes Hernandez eteU 

Irineo TreTino et a2 '. , 

Manricio Cantii etal 

OnolY^ Yillareal etal 

Juan Job6 Blizondo et€U 

Silvestre de la Garza etal , 

Ramon Trevifio 

Ifies Yillareal e<a2 

Jos6 Maria Morales 

Antonio Larralde 

J.Carlos Garcia 

Lugardo Acosta 

Jnan Manuel Rodriguez 

Lino Medina 

Jos6 de Jesus Allande 

Joa6 de la Lnz Ochoa and others . 

FerminaBemal 

Heirs of Pedro Arraendariz 



.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 



For property taken and injuries inflicted during the invasion, and 
robbery of the town of Sabinas Hidalgo, by a body of armed 
men, under command of Capt. G. K. Lc^s. 

do 



July 19. 1848 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Depredations by Comanche Indians. 

Depredations by Indians 

do 

Depredations by Comanche In^ns. 
do 



Jesus M. Hernandez. 



.do 

-do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1853 .... 

1849 to 1852 .... 
1849 to 1851 .... 
1849 to 1853 .... 
October, 1849... 
1849 and 1850... 
1849 to 1853 .... 

1848 to 1853 

1848 to 1853 

1848 and 1851... 
1851 

1849 

1848 to 1853 

...do 

November, 1848 
July 17. 1848 ... 



....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1854. 
...do 

....do 

1849 to 1851. 
1848 to 1851. 
1848 to 1854. 
...do 



Depredations by Indians. 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Matlas Gomez 

Sabas Hernandez 

Marcelino Luna 

Luisa Ugarte 

Ignacio Macias 

iQitonio Govela 

DoroteoBalli 

Francisco Salgado 

Juan Canales 

Francisco Lara 

Gabriel Vargas 

Manuel Galan 

Enrique Lapiere ..; 

Antonio Gutierrez 

Rafael Castafion 

Manuel Gal van 

Jesus Flores Perez 

Severa Garza de Lopez 

Manuel Fierro 

Fernando Davila 

Lucas Aragon 

Inooencio Femiza 

Jesns de Lira 

Simona Gonzalez de Valdes. 

Tomasa Lopez de Perez 

Braulio Hernandez 

Lncinda Garza 

Manuel Gomez Portugal . •. . . 

Juan Cerda 

Antonio Mendez 

Nestor de la Paz 

Ramon Ceida 



For the use and occupation of land in New Mexico upon which 

the Fort (>ra{g reservation is located. 
For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of Bagdad. 
do * 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do. 



...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

1849 to 1853. . 

1848 to 1851.. 

1848 to 1854 . 

1849 to 1853.. 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1853.. 
...do 

1849 to 1853 . 
1852 and 1853 
May 28, 1864 



January 5, 1866. 



.do 
.do 
.do 

do 

do 
.do 
.do 

do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



81 



of the United States and Mexico^ {under convention of July 4, 186H) — Coutinued. 



Where. 



Villa AUIaina, Mexico. 



..do 
. . do 
..do 
. . do 
...do 
..do 

..I'O 



Araonot claimed. 



Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

. . do 

-.do 

.. do 

..do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

. ..do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 



...do 

...do , 

. . . do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Ciiilnmlma, Mexico . 

...do 

.. do 

Coalniiln, Mexico 

do 

Niievo Leon, Mexico 

. . do 

...do 

... do , 

... do 

. ..do 

...do 

...do 

... do 

...do 

... do 

Cliihiiahaa, Mexico . 
..do , 



..do 

. . do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

New Mexico. 



Tamanlipaa, Mexico 



.do 

.do 

do 

..do 

.do 

..do 

.do 

..do 

..do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

..do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

..do 

.do 

do 

..do 

.do 

..do 

.do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

,.do 

..do 



114,024 40 



9. 
20. 
13. 

7. 

3. 
10. 

7. 
28. 
42. 
28, 
17. 

8. 
16. 

B, 

8. 

6. 

6. 

11. 

11, 

413, 

148. 

26. 



2. 

1. 

58, 

\ 

223. 

256. 

562. 

46, 

98, 

2P, 

6, 

8, 

8. 

13, 

14, 

21, 

18, 

5. 

8, 

83. 

70, 
220, 
190, 

87. 
485, 
271, 



300 
019 
020 
818 
844 
186 
064 
684 
310 
177 
2!n 
882 
608 
851 
76!» 
801 
928 
141 
675 
OHO 
341 
664 
971 



00 
80 
00 
60 
00 
60 
90 
274 

32 

58 

30 

74 

84 

79i 

62* 

181 

14 

44^ 

47 

15) 

00 

22 



714 26 
176 28 
499 56 
JJ95 58 
776 46 
937 02 
733 50 
Klfi 56 
626 15i 
(i04 25 
864 00 
259 20i 
384 51 
366 624 
717 20 
067 124 
863 64) 
325 56 
858 72 
042 39 
536 6O4 
775 79* 
576 20 
9»i< 774 
853 60 
026 85 
000 00 
162 00 
000 00 
000 00 



22, 115 08 



60, 
44, 

9, 

6. 

6, 

138, 

9, 

2. 

9. 
12, 
49, 
12. 

6, 
41. 
13. 

}♦• 
16. 

8. 
12, 

4, 
35, 
35, 
83, 

9, 

6, 
17, 
59, 
29. 
46. 
55. 

4. 
51, 



'lO 



385 -i 

616 65 
040 00 
077 33 
052 66 
625 41 
071 99 
565 39 
028 00 
044 00 
187 50 
056 00 
074 90 
621 35 
549 00 
241 91 
471 23 
884 87 
786 25 
440 94 
516 97 
382 00 
269 00 
064 00 
805 00 
288 00 
526 64 
179 64 
992 34 
753 02 
155 73 
834 46 



When 
decided. 



Nov. 29, 1875 



do 

• • • • • %J^^ ■ • • • • • 

do 

do 

do 

do 

<lo . . . 

Oct 20. 1874 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Mar. 16. 1875 



Oct, 



do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

20. 1874 

do 

do 

- • • • • - d(r . • • • • - 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.^do 

do 

do 

do .. 

May 1, 1871 

Nov. 30.1875 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do 
do. 
do. 
do. 
■ do- 
do, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
.do. 



By whom decided. 



Umpire 



...do 

. . do 

. . do 

. . do 

.. do 

. . do 

. . do 

Tlio CommisHioners 

.. do 

... do 

...do ... 

. do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

. . do 

— do . 

. do 

. . di» 

. . do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 

do 



..do 
.do 
..do 
. do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
*Ao 
..do 
..do 
. do 
. do 
..do 
-do 
. do 
.do 
.do 
..do 



Nature of decision. 



DiHraifwed 



..do.. 

-do.. 
. . do . . 
..do.. 
. . do . . 
. . do . . 
. . do . . 
. . do . . 
...do . 
..do .. 
...do .. 

. do . . 
. . do . . 
. . do . . 
- . do . . 
.. do.. 
. . do . . 
-do ., 
. . do . . 
. . do . . 
...do .. 
...do 
Award. 



...do 

...do 

.. do 

-do. ... 
Dinniisfled 

Award 

DiaraiMseil 

. . do 

do 

do .... 

. . do 

..do 

... do 

.. do 

..do 

...do 

— do 

..do 

..do 

...do 

...do .... 

..do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Award .... 



Dismissed 



.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

-do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 



Award. 



Unite<l States 
currency. 



•14.300 00 



United States 
gtild. 



Mt-xican 
ICoUl. 



17,261 74 

3,321 ^4 

309 22 

3.066 63 

2,468 47 



7, 146 40 



S. Ex. 31 11 



82 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims agaimt the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



433 

433 
434 

435 

436 

437 

438 

439 

440 

441 

442 

443 

444 

445 

446 

447 

448 

449 

450 

451 

452 

453 

454 

455 

45G 

457 

45« 

459 

460 

461 

462 

463 

464 

465 

466 

467 

468 

469 

470 

471 

472 

473 

474 

475 

476 

477 

478 

479 

480 

481 

482 

483 

484 

485 

48<i 

4h7 

488 

489 

4!I0 

491 

492 

493 

494 

495 

496 

497 

498 

499 

fiOO 

5!>1 

.•)02 

503 

504 

505 



507 

5oe 

509 
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Name of claimant. 



Ignacio Gni^ianlo . 



Manuel Zaldivar 

Andres Arreilondo 

Jo86 Maria Oribe 

Pablo Gaitan 

Ref agio Florea de Olivo 

IldefoDBo Bocanegra 

A naHtflsio Saiz T. 

J 086 JuBto Parquez 

l^ninn Gntierrez 

Leandro Yafi(»z 

Aneel Airedondo 

Lamslao Sanchez 

Francisco Giron BalU 

Encamacion Contreras 

Floroncio Guzman 

Peilro Gneira 

Manneia CaHtillo 

Antonio Lima 

Autimio ( 'er vera 

Jo86 Mo. Vidal 

Francisco Tola 

Tomas A . de Leon 

Fernando A lenian 

Manuel Gonzalez Hidalgo. . 

JesuR Oodoy 

Cecilia Juarez 

Antonia Mendez 

Antonia Cisneros 

Rosa Reta 

Santos Romero 

TncKtencia Cardiel 

ElenterJo Garcia 

Muria Anronia Veioz 

Jo86 Maria Rivera 

Carmen de Leon do Garza.. 

Dnniinga Curiel 

Marcos Alvarez 

Tomas Martinez 

Juan Mont4^1ougo 

Narclsco Garza 

Maria Antonia Castellanos. 

Pilar Oli van's 

A uastasia A rriaga 

A nt<»nio Longoria 

Pilar Gutierrez 



Nature of claim. 



For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of Bagdad. 
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Julian Chapa 

Fermin (ronzalez 

Damaso Ramos 

A ntonio Lozano 

Antonio de la PeDa 

FraiiciHc-o Carillo 

Pusruxl Martinez Hernandea. 

Alrjtuiiiro Touiiiriini 

Josii Mnria Garcia 

Paulino (J nerrero 

LucaH \W\\H 

Santow Olivares 

Juan Sanchez 

Julian Laurel 

Ral'acl Curiel 

( /onr«*]K"iou Garcia 

Manuol (tonzaicz , 

Antonio Salazar 

L< andi-o Cianeros . 

Manuel Medina . 

J uan (tarcia 

Lugardo Covarrubias 

Eugenio Ruiz 

Jesus Cardenas 

Nazario Rodriguez , 

Jesus Barrera 

Maccdouio ( >'apiHtrau 



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Heirs of Vicente Hinojosa 



Andres Herrera 



Fi-ancisco Fragosa 



Heirs of Manuel Hernandez 
Heirs of Hilario Villareal . .. 



Angel Ramii-ez. 



Juan Perez. 



For property taken and deslroye<l by Unlte<l States troops on the 

ranch Los liarriales. and for cattle and liorses taken from the 

ranch El Prieto, by United States troops. 
Fcjr property taken and destroyed by United States troops on 

Padre Balli Island and the ranch J Am Tanques. 
For the destruction and pillaire of property in Ms store and 

dwelling, and the imprisonment of himself by United States 

troops. 
For property taken and destroyed upon the ranch El Estero by 

Uniteil States forces returning from Mexico. 
For property taken and di'stroj'ed on the ranch La Hermita by 

United States troops. 
For ])roperty taken and deatroyed on the ranch El Sabinito by 

Unit«Ml States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed on the ranch Carrestoliendas 

by United States troops returning from Mexico. 

For property taken and destroyed on the ranch Los T%)os by 
United States troops. 



January 5, 1866 



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UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



83 



of the Untied States and Mexico^ {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Contiuned. 





Amount claimed. 


When 
decided. 


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Nature of decision. 


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Where. 


United States 
currency. 


United States 
gold. 


Mexican 
Rold. 


Tamanlipas, Mexico .. 


$6,177 00 

22,427 69 

5, 077 69 

14, 835 25 

3. 559 49 
31, 937 46 
16, 978 37 

2,165 00 
12, 165 56 
21, 154 61 

6, 938 02 
55.381 85 
38. 402 98 

11, 948 00- 
6, 375 57 
8,606 32 

19, 975 74 
3. 845 46 

12, 528 73 
22,420 82 

9, 516 39 

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7, 575 00 

6, 064 <K) 
9,061 00 

7, 167 99 
6,074 00 
1, 742 48 
1,891 99 

845 58 
2,047 82 

1, 740 46 
1,889 99 
1,891 10 
3, 845 82 

2, 1H7 63 
6, 070 00 
6, 169 20 

12, 036 00 

1, 740 28 

1, 146 50 

22,487 50 

18,019 19 

3, 833 75 

7.560 00 
18.011 99 

3,28:< 10 
9, 038 99 
15,083 30 
3, 082 ('6 
5, 318 50 
4,594 99 
4,585 00 
7,566 60 

1.592 00 
8,311 50 
5,323 16 

1. 593 83 

18, 824 83 
13,331 82 
14. 993 33 

7, 548 :0 

3, 078 66 
16, 532 16 

8,618 65 

12, 052 00 

6,824 49 

7,271 20 

4, 134 69 
3, 237 74 
2, 342 29 
9, 093 48 

19, 452 65 

1 40, 350 83 
217, 358 80 
136, 475 00 

44, 434 33 

28,120 66 
63,180 00 
4e,338 52 

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UNITED STATES AND xMEXlCAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United States, presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
noniber. 



513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 
520 
521 
522 
523 
524 
525 
526 
527 
528 
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536 
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538 
539 
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Naiuo of claimant. 



Maiiiiol Garaa Loiif^oHa. 

Mrs. Gau(Ialu)M) Balli 

Agnpito Longoria 

Jo66 Maiia niuojutui 

A iitouio Ilioojoaa 

Matiaa Hinojona 

Tlvirs of Koque TreviDo 
Ileira of Maooel Gulan . . 

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J(iit6 Maria Oribe 

liafaol MaBcorro 

Juan Trovifio Caualea. . . 

Pra;iedi8 Oribe 

Rafael Leal Cal>a208. — 

Antonio Garcia 

JesnsdeLira 

do . 

Pablo Martinez 

Prudencio Cantti 

Heirs of Andres Pifieda. 



Encarnacion Trevifio. 

Mauoel de Lira 

Jaan Leal 

Mauoel de la Fuente . 

Luis Garcia 

Kafael Barrios 

Thomas Zamora 

Viceute de Lira 

Estolano Yazqnez. . 



Lino Knia 

Salome Pefia de Rodriguez 
Jos6 Cisneros 



Dlonisio Pcfia 

Prudencio Hinojosa 

Juan Joe6 de la Garza. 

Rosalia Hinojosa 

Jo86 Maria de la Garza . 



Jo6« Ma. Garcia Yillareal 

Nieves Villareal 

Ramon Villareal 



Nature of claim. 



Juan Nepomnoeno Treviiio. 






For property talcen and destroyed on the ranch Buena Vista by 

TTii!l«'«l Stat»'8 troops. 
For property talien and destroyed on Padre Balli Island by United 

States troiipft. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch La Noria i)y 

Uuitea States ti*oops: and for ihesanie at the ranch Loma Alta. 
Fur property taken and «.estroyed at the ranch Auacuas Altas 

by United* States troops. 
For protterty taken and destroyed at the ranch £1 Sauce by 

Unitea States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch El Palmito by 

United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch El Sabinito by 

United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed in a field, on the outskirts of 

Matamoros, by United States troops garrisoning that oitj'. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch El Galanefio by 

Unitea States troopH in garrison at Matamoros. 
For property taken from the ranch Punta del Mont« by United 

States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch San Rafael by 

United States troops. 
For profierty taken from the ranches El Chifiido, Paso de las 

Viejas, and Mesa de Gavilan by United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed on the ranches San Martin and 

El Palmito by United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranches San Martin and 

EI Sabinito by United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch Los Sauces by 

Unitea States soldiers. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch San Cayetano by 

United States troops returning to the United States. 
For the value of 39 bales of cotton seized by United States troops 

on the road ftt)m Alleyton, Texas, to Matamoros. 
For property taken from the ranch Puerto del Mezquite by United 

States troops. 
For property taken from the ranch La Maroelina by United States 

troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranches El Palmito and 

El Sabinito by United States troops. 
For use of house in Matamoros, and for property destroyed on 

ranch Vaile Hermoso bv United States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed on the ranches El Ramirefio, 

La Palnia*. and San Martin, by United States troopt*. 
For property taken and destroyed on the ranch San Cayetano by 

Unitea Sttites troops returning to the United Stat<*s. 
For pntperty taken irom the ranches Los Sauces and San Rafael 

by United States tn>ops. 
For property- taken from the ranches Santa Olaya and Los Ti^os 

by United States troops. 
For property taken ana destroye<l at the ranch Santa Maria by 

Uniteu States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch El Alascoso by 

Unitea States troops. 
For property taken rrom the ranch Santa Olaya by United States 

troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch San Cayetano by 

United States troops returning to the United States. 
For property taken irom the ranch Buena Vista by United Staces 

troops. 

For property taken and destroyed at Rancho Viejo b^' United 

States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch Santa Rosalia by 

United States troops. 
For property taken and personal injuries to himself and family, 

at the ranch Arroyo Seco, by United States soldiers. 
For property taken from the ranch £1 Palmito by United States 

troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch La Burrita by 

United States troops returning to the United States. 
For property taken from the ranch El Palmito by United States 

troops. 
For the killing of his son and for property taken from the ranch 

£1 Pando by Unite<l States soldiers. 
For property taken from the ranch El Palmito by United States 

troops. 
For propertj' taken fn.m the ranch San Jo86 de las Viejas by vari- 
ous bodies of United States troops. 



For property taken fh)m the ranch Buena Vista by United States 

troops. 
For property taken from the ranches Santo Domingo and Las 

Animas by United States troops. 
For property taken from the ranch San Jos6 by United States 

troops. 

For expenses incurred in preparation for defense of Reynosa 
against a threatened attack by Texas rangers under Captain 
Ford. 



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November. 1863, to 

January, 1864. 
April, 1848 

(May 1,1848 

{ 1864 and 1865 

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do 

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July.1848 

June and July, 1848 . , 

March and April, 1848 

December 25, 1863 

June and July, 1848. . . 

January and Febru- 
ary, 1864. 
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1863, 1864, and 1865 . . . 

December, 1863 

February to July, 1848 
November, 1863 , 



November, 1863, to 
July, 1864. 

November and Decem- 
ber, 1863. 

May or June, 1848 

May.1848 

June and July, 1848 .. . 

February to July, 1848 

1863 

April and May, 1864... 

June and Nov., 1848, 

and Nov. 14, 1863. 
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November and De- 
cember, 1849. 
February to July, 1848 

November and Decem- 
ber, 1863, and Jan- 
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November, 1863, to 
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June, 1848 



October, 1859 

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December, 1848 

Middle of 1864 

March and April, 1853, 
August, September, 
and October, 1359, 
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her, 1864. 

November, 1863, to 
August, 1865. 

December, 1863, to 
August, 1865. 

Novemberand Decem- 
ber, 1859, and Febru- 
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April 5, 1860 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



85 



of the United States a ad Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continaed. 



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Beynosa, Mexico. 



$15, 456 64 
43, 647 60 

78, 312 Sft 
11,525 35 

21,949 90 

19, 445 70 

43, 6^0 96 

30. 008 91 

78, 276 83 

13, 283 71 

23,020 89 

11, 420 74 

20, 095 62i 

56, 913 70 

18, 374 91 

37, 679 73 

11, 501 65 

10,991 06 

5, 59« 57 

134, 208 04 

44, 157 94 
39, 603 14 
24,802 07 
22,794 03 
19, 180 97 
21,011 86 
46, 731 06 
49, 199 33 
11,810 08 

9, 815 50 
23,321 32 

21,238 82 

5.679 22 
6,741 86 

15, 325 94 
9,302 20 

28,583 75 



13,034 50 
25,107 00 
22, 410 10 

42,980 73 



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May 25,1875 
July 25, 1876 

July 7,1876 
May 25,1875 

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July 8, 1876 

Apr. 2,1875 

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July 25, 1876 

May 25,1875 

Apr. 2,1875 

July 8, 1876 

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May 19,1875 

May 25,1875 

May 28,1875 

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May 19.1875 

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May 28,1875 

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July 8, 1876 
May 19,1875 

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May 28,1875 



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May 19,1875 

May 28,1875 

July 8, 1876 
July 10,1876 

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May 28,1875 

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United States 
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United Stotes 
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Mexican 
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12,680 00 



86 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United Statesy presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
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554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 

561 
562 
563 



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567 

568 

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572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
5^ 
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581 
585 
586 
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588 
589 
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591 
592 
593 
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595 B 
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605 

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Jnan N. Floree For depredations by Comanche and Lipan Indians 

Cayctano Kamos For dopredations l)y Indians 

Jo86 Maria lianios do 

Manuel M. Gandura do 

Angela E. de Porez Galvez do 

Albina Marquex do Viesca do 

Fernando M. Ortega For his arrest and imprisonment at Brazos Santiago, by order of 

I General Sheridan. 

Carlos L. Ortega do 

Juan Togfio I do 

Marcial Perez For property taken and destroyed in Zncualtipan during the as- 
sault and capture of tbe town by United States forces under 
General Lane. 

Francisco Cdrdova I do 

Ignacio Torres ' do 

Jesus, Francisco, and Antonio Romo-^. Depredations by Apache Indians 

Mercedes Pifiou tie Rejon I For ihe arrest and delivery of her husband, by order of General 

{ Heron, to General Cortina, by whom he was executed. 

Manuel Legraud For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

I the town of Bagdad. 

Jo86 Antonio Ileredia 1 ' Depredations by Comanche Indians . . 

Mateo Collet For the value of the steamer Orizaba, captured and appropriated 

by the confe<lerato8, and after the war seized and sola b}' United 
States Treasury agents in Trinity River, Texas 

Ednardo Cafias | Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Eduardo Cafias, assignee do 

do I do 

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Juan del Campo do 

Leonardo Zuloaga do 

Francisco Peyro j do 

Esteban and Cesario Alarconos I do 

Ramon Losoya ; do 

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November 3, 1866 

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1864 



Miguel Sanchez et cU 
Jo.s6 Antonio Ayala. 

Donato Garibay 

Ciriaco Corral 

Rudna and Magdalena Melendez j do ; 

Trinidad Tagle , do 

Trinidad Perez ! do 

Guadalupe Ruelas do 

Faustino Flores | Depredations by Indians 

Jo86 Antonio Rodriguez Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Francisco Vas<iu«*z i Depredations by Indians .• 

Maria Antonio Morales i do 

Joh6 de Jesus Lopez j do '. 

Pedro Znloaga I do 

Jos6 Dolores Solis Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do i For property taken and destroyed by United States troops under 

j General Price. 

Pio Zambrano ' Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do I Injuries by United States troops 

Martin Cipriano Marifielarena | Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Maria Josefa Anchondo i do 

Pe<lro Terrazas j do 

do I For property taken and destroyed by United States troops under 

j Colonel Doniphan and Major Price. 

Manuel Ruiz de la Pefia ; Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Joaquin Diaz de la Campo et eU do 

Jesus Saenz i do 

do .. 

do 

Rafael Guerrero ; Injuries by United States troops 

do I Depredations by Indians 

Juan Jo86 Baca ! do 

Jo86 Manuel de OloDo etal do 



Ignacio and I*edro J. Irigoyen. 
Pedro and Jnan F. Horcasit^s. 



Pedro Torres 

Francisco Antonio de los Risos et ai 
No claimant 



do 
do 



Report of superintendent of military colonies on Indian depreda- 
tions in Chihuahua. 

Depredations Ijy Comanche Indians 

do 



Jor6 Cordero 

J(»»6 Maria Uria Rafarrondo 

Maria Dolorcz and J(»sefa Monies Depredations by Apache Indians 

Estanislao N. Ronquillo do 



Nicolas Varela 
Jos6 Maria Garcia. . . 
Guadalupe Miranda. 



do 
do 



Simon Enriquez 

Ramon Ortiz 

Enrinue Raimundo 

Jos6 Maria Uranga 

Pablo Miranda, guardian 



Ramon Sanchez 

I*edro Provencio 

Vicent<5 Cobos 

Eusebio Gil Samaniego. 
Guadalupe Miranda 



For property taken by Apache Indians from train in service of 
United States quartermaster at Fort Thorn. 

Depredations by Apache Indians -* 

do 

do 

do 

For the murder of Romnlo Varela, father of his wards, by United 
States soldiers at San Lorenzo. 

Depredations by Apache Indians 

do 

do 

do 

For property taken and for losses incurred by being forced to 
abandon his farm and buildings, seized by Miyor Stein, claim- 
ing the property under the laws of Texas. 

* This award 



January 5, 1866 

1852 and 1853... 
August, 1864... 



1848 to 1853 

1848 to 1852 

...do 

1852 and 1853.... 

1850 to 1854 

1848 to 1851 

...do 

1849. 

August. 1848 

September, 1848. 

August, 1848 

1848 to 1851 

...do 

...do 

1848 to 1850 .... 
September, 1849. 

October, 1849 

December, 1849 . 

1848 to 1854 

April, 1854 

February, 1852. 

1848 to 1853 

185L 

April, 1848 

March, 1848 



1848 

..do 

1848 to 1851 . 
...do 

1848 

March, 1848. 

1848 to 1851 . 
1848 to 1850 . 
.. do 



1848 to 1850 



1848 to 1850 . . , 

...do 

..do 

1849 

1849 to 1853... 
1849 and 1850 
May, 1857 



1852 and 1853 

1850 and 1852 

..do 

November, 1853 

November 15, 1869. 



1850 and 1851. 
1849 and 1852. 
Alay, 1852 .... 
1849 to 1851 ... 
March, 1850... 



inolndes the cases Nos. 



UNITED STATES AND MEXIOAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



87 



of the United States and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continaed. 





Amount claimed. 


When 
decided. 


By whom decided. 


Nature of decision. 




Award. 


Where. 


United States 
currency. 


United Stotes 
gold. 


Mexican 
gold. 


Duran^o, Mexico 

Couhuila, Mexico 


$5, 981. 134 99 

69, 207 37i 

16, 353 50 

159, 53;J 00 

213, 613 00 

15, 867 00 

300,000 00 

100, 000 00 
150. 000 00 
235. 703 03 


Oct. 20,1874 


The Commissioners. 


Dismissed 








do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

July 11,1876 

July 12, 1876 


do 


... do 








do 


..do 


...do 








Sonora, Mexico 


do 


do 








Niiovo Loon, Mexico .. 


...do 


do 








Coahuila, Mexico 


— do 


...do 








TexHS 


Umpire 


....do 








do 


do 


do 








. do . 


do 


do 


<lo 








Zncaaltipan, Mexico . . 


Aufir. 16. 1871 


...do 


Rciected 








.... do 


166,674 52 do 

92,485 14 do 

258,000 00 Oct. 20,1874 
200, 000 00 July 13, 1876 

$10, 094 00 Nov. 30, 1875 

49, 600 00 Oct. 20, 1874 
148, 965 00 Jan. 17, 1872 

528, 683 00 Oct. 20. 1874 


do 


do 




• 




. . . .do 


...do 


....do 








Soiiora, Mexico 


Tiie Commissioners. 
Umpire 


Dismissed 








Brownaville, Texas . . . 


...do 








Taroaulipaa, Mexico . .. 


The Commissioners. 
...do 


do 


• 






Zacatecas, Mexico 


....do 




J 


Texas 


Umpire 


Award 


*$8, 100 00 






Dnrango, Mexico 

Chihnahua, Mexico — 
do 


Tlie Commissioners. 
do . 


Dismissed 






100,751 00 
20 3.59 00 


do 


.... do 








do 


....do 


. .. .do 








do 


81, 722 00 

53, 087 58 

287,415 16 

39,441 27 

35,081 92 

3, 074 82 

49, 513 88 

13, 973 42 

57, 955 63 

22. 872 65 

155. 533 23 

32, 974 59 

9,456 83 

138, .526 20 

40.925 12 

126,331 62 

2, 610 72 

70 38 

27,914 81 

19,878 30 

9,829 60 

29,511 25 

68, 200 00 


do 


do 


....do ;... 






Diiranffo Mexico 


do...... 


....do 


....do 1...... 






Coahnila. Mexico 


do 


do 


...do i 






Daraugo, Mexico 

.... do ..... 


do 


do 


.... do 1 






do 

do 


...do 


....do 






.... do 


....do 


...do 






....do ...... . ...... 


do 

do 


.... do 


...do 






. . . .do 




do 1 • 




.... do . ..... ...... 


do 


.... do 


....do ' 




do ....... . ...... 


do 


... do 


... do ! 




.... do 


do 


....do 


do 






... do 


do 


....do 


do 






do 


do 


do 


....do 






....do 


do 


. ...do 


do 


1 




. . . .do 


do 


...do 


do 


.•••••.•••.•..1.... .. .... - 




Chihuahua, Mexico — 

Namiquipa, Mexico 

.... do . ............... 


do 


— do 


do 


.•••••. •••.•..j. ....... ...•.« 




do 


...do 


. . . .do ........ 


1 




do 

do 

do 

do 


•...do 

— do 


.-do 








Chilmahaa, Mexico — 
.... do ................. 


...do 








. . do 


do 






•""***** 


do 


— do 


....do 






do 


May 31,1875 

Oct. 20,1874 
May 31,1875 
Oct. 20, 1874 
do 


do 


do 








. do 


• 

— do 


...do 








do . 


...do 

...do 


do 









...do 


91. 960 00 
69, 935 20 

32, 345 40 i 

59, 706 00 

1, 456, 013 20 

440, 853 21 


...do 






do 


... do 


do 








do / 

.do S 


do 


do 


...do 









May 31,1875 

Oct. 20,1874 
do 


do 


do 








... .do ...t 


do 


do 








Dnrango, Mexico 

Chihuahua. Mexico 


do 


do 








do 

do 


...do 


...do 








....do..... 


....do 


do 








do 


380,920 00 


do 


....do 


...do 


. ...... 






.... do . ...... ...... ... 


Mav 31,1875 
Oct. 20,1874 
do 


do 


... do 







...do 


...do 


do 






do 




do 


. ...do 




Dnranffo Mexico ' 




do 


do 


. do 







....do 




do 


...do 


... .do ............... 








. do 


do 


do 


...do 












Consolidated with 

No. 131. 
Dismissed 








1 
Chlliuahna. Mexico 300, 655 00 Oct. 20. 1874 


The Commissioners. 
do 








....do 23. 810 SO 


do. 


...do 






... do 1 24. 050 00 




do 


do 




•••••• •••••• 


do l.*! .«i75 no 


do 


do 


...do 






. do 


4, 175 00 

1,990 00 

' 5, 100 00 


do 

do 


...do 


do 








New Mexico 


...do 


do 








do 


.Tiilv 19.1871 


...do 


. .. ,do 








... do 


2. 930 00 Oct. 20. 1874 


....do 


do 








. . . .do 


11365 00 
1,203 00 
2, 475 00 

50.000 00 


do! 


... do 


.do 








(yliihuahna Mexico 


do 


.... do 


....do 








do 


do 


...do 


do 








.... do 


Jan. .7. 1872 


.. do 


. ..do 








..do ...... . 


3 010 00 Oct. 20. 1874 


. ...do 


. ...do 








. . do •. 


2, 445 00 

2, 155 00 

101,800 00 

42,:i00 00 


do! 


do 


....do 








... -do 


do 

do 


do 


.... do ............... 








. do 


do 


...do 


• 






DoQa Ana, N. Mex 


Mar. 6. 1875 


do 


...do 





















820 and 621 of the same claimant. 



88 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United States, presented (p the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



627 
628 

629 
630 
631 
632 

633 

634 

635 

636 

637 

638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
652 



653 
654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 
668 
689 
690 
691 
692 
693 
694 
695 

696 



697 
69^ 
699 
700 
701 
702 
703 



Name of claimant. 



Rnperto Cbavira 



Ij^nacio Bermadas and Pmdencio Save- 
dra. 



Sisto Irigoyen 

Guadalupe Miranda 

Jo86 Maria Garcia 

Tomas Gonzalez and Jesos S. de Iob 

Santos. 
William E. and William Barron 



Manuel O. Paredes 

Enriqae A. Mexia — 

Francisco Garcia Mugaerza 



Miguel Echazarreta 



Ignaoio Lozano 

Jaoobo Sanchez Navarro 

Luciano Barrios 

Miguel Corral 

Joaquin Galindo 

Adonio Gonzalez 

Silvestre Herrera 

Jos6 Maria Meras 

Manuel Nevares 

Jo86 A.. Anti veros 

Manuel Rico and others . 

Manuel A. Porres 

Angel Frias 

Juan Villanueva 

Antonio Flores Salinas . . 



PedrQ Gronzalez 

Francisco Perez 

Julian Tijerina 

Juan Casares 

Kamon Perales 

Rosalia Rodriguez 

Jo86 Ma. Martinez 

Jesus Cobos 

Manuel Perez 

Albino Guevara 

Anastasio Gonzalez 

Santos Cervantes 

Timoteo Gonzalez 

Severe de Luna 

Refngia Losoya 

Ckstaviano Oevera 

Dario Garcia 

Casimiro Trejo 

Trinidad Vasquez 

Jos^ Ma. Rodriguez 

Domingo San Miguel — 

Juan Flores 

Jesus Mesa 

Antonio Urteaga 

Bernardo Valdes 

Sllverio Valades 

Pedro Tanns 

Jesus Salinas 

CeciUo Vara 

Gregorio Salinas 

Maria Juana Ruiz 

Antonio FlorcH Cadenas 

J uan Jo86 Tijerina 

Gaspar Salazar 

Marcelino Lopez 

Maria Delila Tauns 

Jesus Ma. Herrera 

Francisco Salinas 

Vicente de los Santos — 

Cecilia Felan 

Dionisio Gonzalez 

Jo86 Jiminez 

Aniceto Baen telle 



Rafael Cepeda. 



Miguel Villareal 

Adelaida Van 

Antonio Ramire 

Isabel Galindo 

Manuel R. Valdez 

Benito de Jesus Piiieda 
Miguel Cervera 



Nature of claim. 



1849 to 1669 



For property taken and destroyed and personal injuries at San 
Lorenzo by United States soldiers from Fort Quitman. 

For the use and occupation of lands belonging to the Pueblo of 
San Lorenzo, and for hay and wood taken therefrom by United 
States troops at Fort Bliss. i 

Depredations by Apache Indians i 1851 and 1852. 

do i 1850 and le-ni 




November 15, 1869 . . 



do 



For the value of 27,780 pounds of lead seized and sold by S. Gam- 
age, Treasury agent, as rebel property. 

For mining property in California, the title to which was decided 
by United- States Supreme Court to be iu the United States. 

For the use and occupation of the land on which Fort Brown is 
located, and for ii^uries to properly by Unite<l States troops. 

For value of trunk and contents 8eize<l by United States customs 
authorities. 

For property taken and iniuries suffered during a raid upon the 
town of Reynosa by a boay of men uuder the command of A. M. 
Norton. 

For property* taken and destroyed in Cameron County by confed- 
erate soldiers. 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

Depreciations by Comanche Indians 

do 

do 

Depredations by Indians 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do 



1852 and ia53. . 
March 15. 1866 



May 9,1863. 



1848. 
1861. 



March 26, 1853 



September, 1853. 



1850 to 1853 



do 

do 

do 

.do 



Depredations by Indians 

Depredations by Comanche Indians 

For property taken and destroyed at the invasion and burning of 
the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 
State of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do 



.do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



1848 to 1851 

...do 

...do 



For property taken and destroyed and personal ii^uries inflicted 
by United States troops at tlie ranch El Atasooso. 

For property taken and destroyed at the invasion and burning of 
the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 
State of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do 



do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 



1848 to 1851 .... 

...do 

April, 1848 

1848 to 1851 . . . . 
1848 to 1850.... 
1848tol«51 .... 

June, 1851 

1848 to 1851 

October 6, 1855. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

... do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

1863, 1864, and 1865 

October 6, 1855.... 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



89 



of the United States and Mexico, {under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 





Amonnt claimed. 


When 
decided. 

Jan. 17,1872 
June 3, 1875 

Oct 20,1874 
do 


By whom decided. 


Nature of decision. 


Award. 




Where. 


United States 
currency. 


United States 
gold. 


Mexican 
gold. 


Cbihnahna, Mexico . . . 
Texas...- .- 


$10, 575 00 

100.000 00 

5, 010 00 
2,500 00 
9, 9(M) 00 
6,167 00 

16, 030, 000 00 

99,280 00 

5,000 00 

125, 840 00 

60, 016 29^ 

43, 615 00 

449.001 86 
60, 265 00 
20, 2:n 52 

3, 938 96 


The Commissioners 
. . . . do ............... 


Dismissed 

. do .... .......a. 














Now Mexico 


.... do ............... 


do 








Chihnaliiia, Mexico 

New Mexico 


....do 


. .. do ...... ..... 








do 


.... do .............. 


do . . . 








Sail Antonio. Texas . . 


Mar. 7,1876 
Aug. 16, 1871 
Juno 3, 1875 

_ ^ no ...... 


Umpire ............. 


. . do ........... 








California 


....do 


....do ............ 








Texas 


The Commissioners. 
.... do ............ 


do 








Cleveland, Ohio 

Tamaalipas, Mexico . . . 

Texas 


do 








Mar. 7,1876 

June 3,1875 

Oct 20, 1874 
Nov. 6,1873 
Oct. 20,1874 

do 

do 


Umpire 

The Commissioners . 
....do 


do . 








. . do . 








Coahaihi, Mexico 


. .. do 








do ..... 


. . do ... . . . . 








Durango, Mexico 

....do 


. . . do ...... . . . 


do 








...do 

....do 


.. do 








... .do 


...do 








Chihuahua, Mexico 

Dnrango, Mexico 

. do ................. 


do 


....do 


... do 








1, 547 00 

1, 573 04 

2, 192 80 
I, 438 00 

28,88.3 10 

76, 320 00 

67, 6()8 2(1 

4, 585 20 

210, 0;J2 00 

83, 080 00 

32, 525 (M) 

58, 178 50 
23, 026 00 
70,024 75 
Xi, .543 00 
73, 867 UO 

3, 720 00 
111.225 00 

92. 124 00 
57, :fcJ9 00 
26, 492 00 
61, Ti3ii 00 
3:1, 445 00 
57, J»90 00 

37, 836 00 
52,387 00 

45, 416 00 
12, 522 00 
5.3, 657 00 
13, 752 00 
70, 170 00 
35.389 00 

93, 080 00 

33, 619 00 
192,618 00 

65, 550 00 
63,200 00 
54, 802 00 
39 600 00 
54, 750 00 

59, a'iO 00 
57, 402 00 
33, 840 00 
83, 750 00 

38, MO 00 

46, 350 00 
83,020 00 
25. 793 00 
25, 620 00 

47, 700 00 
42; 140 00 
85,500 00 

93,051 00 

53. 640 00 
32, 620 00 
89, 150 00 
30, 850 00 
49. 138 00 
30, 612 00 
82, 167 00 


do 


. . ..do ........ ..... 


.do 








do 


. .. .do 


... do 








... do 


do 


...do 


...do 








.... do 


do 


do .............. 


do .............. 








Chihiiahna. Mexico ... 


do 


. . . .do 


do 

....do ............ 








Durango, Mexico 

Chihuahua. Mexico 


do 


....do 








.do 


. .. .<lo .............. 


. . do ... 








Duraneo, Mexico 

Coahuila, Mexico 


do 

Apr. 17,1872 

do 


... do 


do.. ............ 








do 

do 


do ............... 








....do 


- do .... .... - 


- 


...... .......^ 




...do 


do 


.... do ... ........ 


Award. (See Na 293) 
....do 








....do 


do 

do 

do 


....do 








....do 


do 


Dismissed 








.... <lo .............. 


. ...do 


Award. (See No. 293) 
.... do ............... 








....do 


do 


....do 








....do 


do 


do 


....do 








... do 


do 


. ...do 


Dismissed 








... .do ....... ...... 


do 


. do ....... 


Award. (Scm)No.293) 
Dismissed .......... 








... do 


do 


...do 








....do 


do 


do 


....do 








....do 


do 


do 


Awanl. (See No. 293) 
. do .... ... 








. do 


do 

do 


... do 

do 








....do 


do 








....do 


do 


....do 


...do 

Dismissed 

Award. (So© No. 293) 
do 








...do 


do 


do 








...do 


do 


do 








....do 


do 


...do 








....do 


do 

do 


... do 


....do 








.... do ................. 


do 


do ............... 








... do 


do 


do 


... do 








... do 


do...... 

do 

do 

do 


...do 

...do 


Dismisse<l 








do 


Award. (See No. 293) 
. . . .do 








... do 


...do 






• 


.... do 


do 


Dismissed 








...do 


do 


do 


Award. (See No. 293) 
Dismissed , 








do 


do 


....do 








... do 


. .....do...... 


...do 


Award. (See No. 293) 
do 








....do 


do 


...do 








....do 


do 


^...do 


Dismissed 

Award. (See Na 293) 
.do 








.. do 


do 


...do 








.... do ................ 


do 


do ,.. 








.... do ....... ....... 


do 


....do 


... do 










do 


....do 


....do 








....do 


do 


...do 


...do 








....do 


......do...... 


....do 


Dismissed 








....do 


do 


....do 


Award. (See No. 293) 
do 








....do 


do 

do 

do 


...do 








.. .do................ 


....do 


.... do ............... 








... do 


. ...do 


....do 








....do 


do 


....do 


do 






• 


....do ................. 


..... .do. .. • . . 


....do 


do 








Cameron County, Texas 

Coahuila, Mexico 

• 

....do 






Dismissed 








Apr. 17,1872 
do 


The Commissioners . 
.... do ............... 


Award. (See No. 293) 
Dismissed 








do 


do 


....do ............... 


Award. (S««No.293) 
do 








...do 


do 


....do 








.... do ................. 


do 


.... do 


....do 








....do ................. 


.... ..do. . . . . . 


.do 


. ..;do 








do 


do 

......do.... -. 


do 

....do 


do 








....do 


. do 








S. Ex. 31- 


12 















90 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Sdiedule of Mexican daima against the United States, presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



704 

705 
706 
707 
708 

7o;» 

710 
711 
71*2 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 
7*21 
7-22 
7*23 
724 
Ti't 
726 
727 
7'28 
729 
TJO 

731 
732 

733 

r34 

735 

736 

737 

738 
?39 
• 40 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 
746 
747 
748 

749 
750 

751 

752 



753 
754 
755 
756 
757 
758 
759 
760 
761 
762 
763 
764 
765 
7f;6 
767 
768 
7<J9 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
770 
777 
778 
779 
7H0 
7HI 
782 



Name of claimant. 



Clemcnte Ilorrora 



Jo86 O. Delfforto , . . . 

Antonio S. ae Fomandoz 

ArcacUo Ramirez , 

Maria M. de Ciiatro 

Miguel Patifio 

Jo86 Ramon RiKlriji^uoz 

Catarino Rios 

Francisco Gnodea 

Francisco Gouzalos 

Luciana Arredundo 

Leonardo Rodriguez 

Pe<lro Martinez 

Maria Juana de Luna 

Gabriel G. Cordero 

Josefa Gut ierrez 

Eufemia Hernandez 

Micai>la L<»soya 

Maria del Pilar Galindo 

Julian Ortiz 

Jesus Frias 

Maximo Garcia . 

Jacobo &. Carlos Sancbez Navarro. 

do 

do 

Jacobo Sanchez Navarro 

Juana Sancbez 



Nature of claim. 



For property talven and destroyed at the invasion and burning of 
the town of Piedras Nj'gras by volunt4>er8 in the service of the 
SUite of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do 



.do 

, do 

..do 

.do 

..do 

..do 

do 

do 

. do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

.-do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

. do 



When. 



October 6, 1855 



Benigno Flores. 
Angel Villareal. 



Manuel do la Fuente 

Pedro Hinojosa and otiiers 
Juan N. Cavazos 



Pedro Jo86 de la Garza's heirs. 



Francisco de la O. 



Maria Mnzquiz and others 

Francisco ifrista 

Gertrudi.H G. de Galan 

Damiana Dias <le Adam ■ 

Francisca Salszar 

G uadalu}M) Hernandez 

Caslraira Sanchez 

Marinno, Ceferino and Enrique Flores 

Felipe Torrolba 

Ramon Cantfi 

Salvador l*ratz 

Nieves OH vares 

Salvador Maria Lopez 



Depredations by Conmncbe Indians 

do .' 

....:do 

do 

For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of liagdad. 

do 

F«)r propertj' taken from the ranch Los Mogotes by United St*tes 

troops. 
For pri>perty taken and destroyed at the ranches El Estero and 

Santa Olaya by Unit«d States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranches Palo Alto, Loa 

Tomates, and El Atascoso by Unite<l Stat^^s troops. 
For pn»perty taken and destroye<l at the ranch Los Carricltos by 

Union ana confederate troops. 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranch Los Mnlatos by 

United States troops. 
For wagons and teams seized for the use of United States troops, 

up<m the evacuation of Fort Bliss. 

Depre<lations by Comanche Indians 

do 



do 
do 
do 
.do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Tomas Marin . 



Jesus Salinas Guevara 



Jacinto Rodriguez 

Facundo Salinas 

Jos6 Maria ( 'orles 

Santiago Lara 

Feliciano do L<H>n 

Vidala de la Sorda 

Angela Mnfioz 

Jesus M««a 

Hermengildo Rios 

Nieves Robles 

Dolores Gonzalez Salinas. 

Guadalupe 01 vera 

Maria de la Luz Salazar. . 

Nicanor Valdes 

Maria Ignacia M<>Ha. 

Cruz Sifuentes 

Miguel Sauceda 

Eleno Rodriguez 

Victoriano Fuentes 

Rafael Hernandez 

Manuel Perea 

Ignacio Perea 

Manuel Elqnezabal 

EduardoSoIis 

Guadalupe Salinas 

Oli vares Hernandez 

Francisco Soto 

Francisco Hernandez 

Rosalia R^Mlriguez 

Rafael Flores 



For the value of cotton on boanl the brig M. A. Stevens, burned 
by confederates. 

For property taken and destroywl by confederate's in Dimit County 

For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage o^ 
Bagdad. 

For his caj)ture by United States naval forces, and for imprison- 
ment and ill-treatment in New Orleans. 

For property t-aken and <lestroyed in the invasion and burning of 
the town of Pie<lra« Negrasby volnntoers in the service of the 
Stat4> of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do , 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

(o 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

. ...do ..... ... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

1848 to 1852 .... 
1848 to IH51 .... 
1848 to 1852 .... 

... do 

Januarys, 1866. 



. .do 

June and Jnlv 



1865 



July and August, 1848 
1848, 1863, and 1864... 



1862 and 18i». 



November, 1863 



April, 1861 



1849tol8,'>4 

1852 to 1854 

October 29, 1848. . 

1848 to 1854 

December 8, 1849. 
August 12, 18,50 . 
November 2, 1854. 

1849 to 1854 

1848 to 1854 

...do 

April 26, 1862 



1862,1863, 1864, and 1865 
January 5, 1866 



March 6, 1860 



October 6, 1855 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

• do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 



UNITED STAfES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



91 



of the United States and MexicOj (under convention of July 4, 18C8) — Contiuucd. 



% 


Anion lit claimed. 


When 
decided. 

Apr. 17,1872 
do 


By whom decided. 


Nature of decision. 

Award. (See No. 293) 
.... do 




A ward. 


Wtiere. 


UiiiUHl States 
currency. 


United States 
gold. 


Mexican 
gold. 


Coahuila, Mexico 


$7i, 688 00 

4H, G15 00 
50, 4r.0 00 
'6r*, 6-24 00 

37, (uiG 00 
81.777 00 

65, 350 00 
57, 150 00 
H5, 680 00 
54.095 00 
13,050 00 
67,005 00 

47. 2:i5 00 
33, 600 00 

111,050 00 

24, 3'^ 00 
44. 500 00 
t.Mi. 250 00 
13, 2H6 00 
4I.»70 00 

25, 226 00 
5I,86J» 00 
26. 300 00 

I'JH, 760 03 
36, 400 00 

154,704 00 
12. 077 32 

12.859 14 
7, 983, 50 

40, 089 80 

60, 516 97 

50,730 00 

94, 796 87 

23,550 00 

300,121 181 
97, 708 00 
39, 383 75 

27, !»8S 00 

4i,.'v;n 00 

30, 171 00 
10.211 00 
354.671 00 
91,5i»2 30 
82, 150 00 
34. 133 00 

79. 750 00 
30, 626 00 

300,000 00 

59, 373 00 

•71,747 00 

77, 947 00 

48. 197 00 

95, 338 00 
52, 858 00 
50. 300 00 

85, 9JK) 00 
37, 475 00 

102, 790 00 
70. 012 00 

'79,459 00 
:J6. 846 00 
43,861 00 

66. 677 00 
58, 645 00 
24,791 00 
71,341 00 
52, 176 00 

101, 942 00 

28, 655 00 
94. 045 00 
48, 675 00 
65, 890 00 
48. 528 00 
45, 264 00 
38,360 00 
57. 548 00 

38, 653 00 

86, 617 00 
256. 597 00 


The CommiBsioners. 
....do 








....do 








— do 

....do 


do 

do 


..-do 

....do 


...do 








Dismissed 








...do 

do 

do 

... do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

...do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


do 


...do 


Awanl. (See No. 293) 
DiHiiiiMKeil 








do 

do 


...do 








....do 


Award. (SeeNo. 21>3) 
...«lo 








do 


....do 








do 

do 


...do 

...do 


...do 

....do 














do 

do 

do 

do 


...do 


...do 








...do 

...do 


.. do 

...do 














....do 


.... do . 








do 


.... do ....... ..... 


I)i8ii)iH8(>d 








do 


. ...dii . 


Award. (See No. 293) 
. ...<lo 








do 

...... do ...... 


.... do 








....do 


.... tlo . .............. 








do 


...do 


.. do 








do 


...do 


DiHiiiiBHed ......... 








do 


...do 


.. do 








do 

Oct. 20,1874 

do 

do 


...do 

. <lo 


Awanl. (Sec No. 293) 
Diniiiitiseil ...... . 




' 










...do 

....do 


..do 








...do 




..•••••••..••• 




do 

Nov. 30, 1875 

— do 

Mar. 7,1876 

do 


... do 


....do 




• • • M^ *••«•*••« 




Tainaullpas, Ikloxioo 

... do ................ 


...do 

. . . do 


...do 








....do 








Texas 


Umuiru 


....do 








.... do .......... ...... 


.... do 


....do 








...do 

....do 


...... do ...... 


. . ..do .............. 


. ...do 








• 
..... .do. ..... 


....do 


. ...do 








...do 


Nov. 29, 1875 

Jane 3, 1875 

Oct 20,1874 
. . . ...do...... 


....do 


A ward .............. 




$10, 559 67 




.... do 


The Commissiouers . 
.do 


DismLssed .......... 






Coahaila. Mexico 


do ............ 








.... do 


.... do ... ...... ...... 


....do 








. ...do 


...... do ...... 


do 


. do ............... 








...do 

do 

... do 

do 

do '. 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


... do 

. do 


. . .do .............. 








. do 








..do 


.do 

. do 


- 






.. do 

... do 

..do 

...do 




.. do 

. . do ........ ...... 








....do ................. 








. . . do .- 


do 








Baratariii, La 

Texiis 


Sept 8.1870 

June 3, 1875 
Nov. 30, 1875 

Jnno 3, 1875 

Apr. 1-,1872 

. . do. ..... 


...do * 


....do 






* 


.... do ............... 


...do 








Tamaulipas, Mexico . . . 
Nflftr Vopft ( /rnz 


do 

... .do . . • ». ......... 


..do 








.... do ............... 








Coabuila. Mexico . 


. . do ............ 


Award. (See No. 293) 
Dismifised ......... 








... do 


do 








... do 


do 

do 


. . do ......... .. 


Award. (See No. 293) 
. do 








do 


do . . 








... do 

....do 

do 


do 

do 

do 


do 

.. «lo 


...do ............... 








.. do 








.... do ........ ...... 


. . ..do ..... ...... 








... do 

do 


do 

do 

do 

..do 


.. do 


.. do 








do 


do 








do 

do 


. do 


.... do 


.............. 






do .. . 


...do 

. . . do 


.............. 






. do 


do 

do 


. do . .......... 


............. 






...do 

... do 


....do 


...do 




• 




do 

do 

do 


do 

. do 


.. do 








do 

do 

...do 

. . . . do ................. 


Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 
.. do . .'....... ..... 








.... do . ............ 








.... do ..... 


. do 








do 

do 


...do 


...do 








... do 


.. do 


Dismissed 

Award. (SoeNo.293) 
. do 








... do 


...do ....... ...... 








do 


do 

do 

do 

do. 

do 


. do .. ... ........ 








do 


do . ... 


Dismissed 

Award. (SceNo.293) 
. do .... 


.............. 


.............. 




do 

...do 


...do 








. . . do ............... 








... do 


. do .............. 


....do 








do 

do 

.... do . ................ 


do 

do 

..... do ...... 


do 


. do 








. . . do .............. 


.... do ............... 








do 


. do 








...do 




.. do 


....do ............... 








... do 




do 


do 








do 


do 


....do 


Dismissed 


.............. 







92 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION, 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
number. 



783 



784 
785 
7H6 
787 
788 
789 
790 
791 
792 
793 
794 
795 
796 
797 
71>8 
799 
800 
801 
80-2 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
8U 
81-2 
^l:J 
814 
815 

816 

817 

818 

819 

etjo 



821 

822 
823 

824 

825 
826 

827 

828 

829 
830 
831 

832 

833 
834 

8:J5 
836 

837 



838 

839 

840a 

8406 

841 

842 

843 



Name of claimant. 



Maria Antonia Salinas. 



Clara Galindo 

Antonio Garcia Vela 

Maria Antonia Tijeriua 

JoaefaTre^jo 

Maria Refugio Garcia 

Nazario Moya 

Jos6 Maria Perez 

Maria Dolores Hernandez 

Francisco Quintero 

Guadalupe Perez 

Juan Castro 

Bonito Garcia 

Maria Ignacia Martinez 

Maria N. do la G. de Rich 

Marcolino Perez 

Coleto Garcia 

Maria Gortrndia Perez 

Maria Telesfora Soaa 

Gregorio Velasco 

Eleuterio Florcs Bejarauo 

Catarino Laurel 

It;nacio M. Vasquez 

Trinitlad Aldrete 

Matias Ramirez 

JeHus Aldrot« 

Rafael Ramirez 

Antionio Yzaguirre 

Teodora Laurel 

Juan Manuel Ramirez 

Cesario Saenz 

Antonio Saeuz 

Manuel and Abelardo Trevifio 



Jos6 Maria Carbajal. 



Tomasa Saiz 

Luoiauo Gonzalez 



Juan Villareal 
Mateo Collet . . 



.do. 



Anaatacio P. Soza 



Felipe de los Santos. 



Sotero PeQa. 



Giacomo Catalino.. 
Angel Hernandez. . 
Francisco I^miroz 



Rafael Garza Ramirez. 



Gabriella Villareal ... 

Francisco Cbapa 

The town of Reynosa 



Heirs of Hilario Villareal. 



Antonio Chapa 

Heirs of Antonio Hinojosa 



Remigio Cbapa.. 
Manuel Ramirez 



Felipe Olivares. 



Jo86 Maria Velez Escalante 

Gonzales and Serna 

Ruperto Bauegas 

do 

Ignacio Garcia Noriega 

Jo86 Encarnacion Estrella. . 
Jos6 Arbiza 



Nature of claim. 



For property taken and destroyed in the invasion and bumbig of 
the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 
State of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

.;.... do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
.do 
do 
.do 
do 



Depredations by Comanche Indians 

do 

do 

For goods seized by United States revenue ofllrerH 

For property taken by inli.'iltitunl.s of the United States 

For property taken by United States troops 

do 



do 

.do 

do 

do 



For property taken by in habitants of the United States 

do ' 

For stock lost by reason of the arrest and imprisonment of the 

fwrson in charge by United Static military authorities. 
For proiwrty taken and destroyed on his ranch by Union and con- 

feuerate troops. 

For property taken and destroyed by North American troops 

For property taken from his ranch, El Sauz, by North American 

troops. 
For property taken from his ranch. Las Plasetas, by North Amer- 
ican troops. 
For value of steamer Chihuahua and cargo, lost by reason of 

being compelled by United States steamer Chicora to return to 

New Orleans while en rwiU to Matanioros. 
For value of streamer Rio Grande and cargo, and for machinery 

and stores seized by United States military authorities at 

Ragdml. 
For pronerty taken and destroyed at the ranch Santa Olaya by 

Unite<i Stat4^s troops. 
For property taken and destro3'ed at the ranch Los Falcones by 

Unit^u States troops. 
For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of Bagdad. 

do 

do 

For property taken and for imprisonment by United States forces, 

while transporting cotton to Brownsville, under contract with 

Mr. Dicks, agent of the United States military authorities. 
For property taken and destroy<Mi by United States troops at the 

ranches Lbs Nogales and La Parra. 

For projje^^ty taken and destroyed at the ranch Arroyo del Sauz 
by United States troops. * 

For property taken from the ranch San Juan by United States 
troops. 

For the invasion and robbery of the town by a force under A. M. 
Norton, and for expenses incurred for the defense of the town 
against an invasion by a force under Colonel Ford. 

For property taken from the ranch San Martin by United States 
troops. 

For property taken from the ranch Palo Alto by United States 

troo)>a 
For property taken and destroyed at the ranches Los Sauces de 

San Fernando and Los Naranjos by United Stiitrs troops. 

For property taken from the ranch Guizachal by United States 

tAx)ps. 
For property taken from the ranch La Boveda by United States 

troops. 

For property taken and destroyed in Zncualtipan during the as- 
sault and capture of the town by United States ' forces under 
General Lane. 

Depredat ions by Indians 

Depredations by Apache Indians 

Depredations by American adventurers , 

Depredations by Apache Indians 

do , 

do 

do 



When. 



October 6, 1855 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do , 

...do 

...do 

do , 

— do 

.. do 

April, 1849. 
March, 1852 
May, 1851 . . 

186^ 

1863 to 1865 
..do 



...do 

.. do 

...do 

- . do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

August, 1864 



1861 to 1865 



1S63 and 1864. 
...do 



do 

December, 1864 

January, 1866 . . 



November and Decem- 
ber, 1863, 
1848 

Jannary 5, 1866 



....do..... 

.. do 

July, 1863 



November and Decem- 
ber, 1863; June to 
September, 1865. 

1864 and 1865 



1848. 



March 36, 1853, and 
April 5, 1860. 

Novemberand Decem- 
ber, 1864, and Janu- 
ary, 1865. 

1863 

Novemberand Decem- 
ber, 1848, and Janu- 
ary, 1849. 

November and Decem- 
ber, 1848. 

Novemberand Decem- 
ber, 1864, and Jann- 
ary, 1865. 

February 25, 1848 



1849 to 1863... 

1848 to 1868... 
June, 1849 ... 
18.54 to 1864... 

1849 to 1855... 
1856 and 1857. 
1848 to 1869... 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



93 



of the United Slates and Mexico, (under convention qfJuly 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Whore. 



Coabuila, Mexico 

do 

... do 

do _. 

do ". 

do 

...do 

do 

... do 

...do 

do 

do 

. . . do 

do 

... do 

... do 

... do 

... do 

. . . .'do 

do 

do 

....do 

Ni'w Mexico 

Texas 

. . . »lo 

do 

do 

do 

do 

... do 

.. do 

do 

Brazos, Tex 

Texas 

Rio Grande City, Tex 
Texas 

do 

Gulf of Mexico 

Mexico 

Texas. 

do 

Mexico 

do 

do 

Texas 

do 

....do 

Tainaulipas, Mexico.. 
Mexico 

Texas 

... do 

do 

Tainaalipas, Mexico. . 
Texas 

Mexico 

Sonora, Mexico , 

... .do 

do 

... do 

do , 

....do 

....do 



Amount claimed. 



$70, 272 00 



47.651 00 
53,336 00 
38, U43 00 
53, :a7 00 
35, 119 00 
49, 450 00 
80, 177 00 
69, 905 00 
50,280 00 
73, 847 00 
38,917 00 
6:1, 142 00 
24.594 00 
174, 9,^2 00 
48, 220 00 
92, 270 00 
47, 225 00 
31, 302 00 
208, 180 00 
17.1, 200 00 
102, 050 00 



25.544 00 

11.830 00 

9,!>fi4 50 

1.248 00 

16. 546 77i 

4. 710 03 

10.319 05 

lU. U44 UO 

8. 140 80 

3,350 00 

31,027 88 

12. 168 90 
14,364 75 

2, 040 00 

103, 109 00 

68, 000 00 

25,041 53 

16,743 11 

12, 087 20 

13,600 00 
27, 145 00 
15, 123 60 

36, 724 82 

30,565 35 

71, 139 86 

150, 000 00 

11. 176 00 

38, 472 12k 
135, 130 21 

56,493 83 
120, 845 00 

192,300 33 



313,500 00 
907.500 00 
500,000 00 
200.000 00 
178, 255 00 
184, 800 00 
598,000 00 



When 
decided. 



Apr. 17,1872 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20, 1874 

do 

do 

May 8, 1872 
June 3, 1875 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Jane 8,1875 



Oct. 



do. 

do. 
.do. 



do 

Jan. 17,1872 



do. 



June 8, 1875 

......do 

Nov. 30, 1875 

do 

do 

June 8,1875 



do. 



do 

Mar. 7,1876 
do 



June 8,1875 

Mar. 7.1876 
do 



do 

June 8, 1875 

Aug. 16, 1871 



Oct 20,1874 

......do 

June 8, 1875 
Oct. 20,1874 

do 

do 

do 



By whom decided. 



The Commissioners. 



.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



...do 
...do 



...do... 
Umpire. 



.do 



The Commissioners 

...do 

— do 



...do 
...do 
...do 



.do 



...do... 
Umpire. 
...do... 



The Commissioners 



Umpire. 
...do . .. 



.do 



The Commissioners 



Umpire. 



The Commissioners 

...do 

do 

The Commissioners 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Nature of decision. 



Award. (See No.293> 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

Award. (See No. 293) 

Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 

..do 

...do 

...do 

Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 



.do 

.do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

.do 
do 

.do 



do 

.do 
.do 

.do 



Award. (See No. 570) 



.do 



Dismissed 

...do 

...do 



do 
do 
do 



.do 

do 
.do 
.do 



Award. 



United SUtes 
currency. 



United States 
gold. 



...do 

...do 
...do 



...do... 
...do .... 

B(\jeoted 



Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Mexican 
gold. 



94 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



Schedule of Mexican claims against the United States^ presented to the Joint Commission 



Docket 
uumber. 



844 

845 
846 

847 

648 
849 

850 
851 
852 

853 

854 

855 
856 
857 
85S 
859 
860 
861 
862 

863 
864 
865 
866 
867 
868 
869 
870 
871 
872 
873 

874 



875 

876 
877 
878 
870 
880 
881 

8KJ 

884 
885 

886 

887 

888 

889 
890 

891 
892 
893 
894 
895 
896 

897 

898 
899| 



900 
901 
902 
903 



904 
905 

906 
907 

908 
909 
910 



Name of claimant. 



Fernando Maria Aetiazaran. 

Bernardo Lacarra 

Toribio do la Paz 

Franciaco Abrego 



Jeans Ruiz 

Carlos DauRcbe. 



Lnis Nifio 

Antonio Ortiz Sc Bros 
Wenceslao Munpiia. . 



Gonzalez Arce 
Juan M. Oriol . 



Antonio Manzano 

I)omiu(EO Azcueua^a . 
Heirs of Julio 01 vera. 
Ceferino Moute.iano .. 
Mateo Harbaricne — 

Casto Alvarez 

Manuel Ifiigo.. 

Celso Kuiz 



Lnis Garcia 

Manuel Manzanera... 
Juan Job6 Sanchez . . . 
Joa6 A. Varrios' heirs 

Jesus Baca 

Jo86 Ma. Uorcasitas . 

Jesus Zainbrano 

Juan N Ruiz. 

Jo»6 Lucero 

Zacarias Zttzay a 

Jose Espindola 



Lnisa Beuteria. 



Jesus Espindola. 



The town of ZacuaUipan . . . 

Josel'a Terau de Moreno 

Mannel Moreno y Montafio. 

Angel Acufia 

Francisco Arbizu y Ortiz... 

Cayetauo Pereida 

Juan Bustaniante y Arbizu . 

Miguel Arbizu 

Antonio Samanie^n 

Antouia Vela de Chapa 



Gabiuo Chapa. 



Mannel Loranca. 



Andres Garza. 



Maria I. G. de Serna. 
Tomas Warner 



Gandalnpe Melendez 

Pedro Gastelum and others. 

Santiago D. Arce 

Loreto Amador 

SantanaSaez eteU 

Eulogio de Cells 



Mariano Guzman . 



Job6 Antonio Diaz 
Julian Kios 



Bias Palos 

Jos6 Guadarrama . . . 

Jacobo Ugarte 

Maria Rita Lougoria 



Jo«6 Maria Loaiza 

Francisca del Castillo Negrete 



Juan N. Gncrra 

Rafael Corelle y Bustillos and others . 



Maria Goribar do Yarto. 
Francisca M. de Borrego 
Lorenzo Yarto 



Natnre of claim. 



Depredations by Apache Indians 

Dei>redatious by Indians 

I^)8S of stock near Furt Davis in Texas, by depre<lation8of Indians 
For pn>perty taken and destroyed in the aHsaultaud capture of the 

town of Zucualtipau by United States forces under General Lane. 

do 

For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of Bagdad. 

«!o 

Depredations by In<lians 

For cotton seized by United States troops at Brownsville while 

in transit to Matamoros. 

do . 

For property taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 

the town of Bagdad. 

do r. 



When. 



1848 to 1853 

1850 to 1854. 

July, 1868 

February 25 1848 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Depredations by A pacho Indians 

For properly taken and il»«8troyed in the AHMJiiiUand capture of the 
townof ZacuaUipan by United States forces under General Lane. 

Depre<lations by Indians 

do 

do 

Depreiiations by Apaclio Indians 

Depredations by Indians 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



For property taken and destroyed in the assault and capture of the 

town of ZacuaUipan by Unit^nl States forces under General Lane. 
For being deprivwl of her property, the ranch Canada «le los 

Pinaiuitits, by the action of the Government of the United 

States, and for the loss of Htook on the ranch. 
For property taken and dentroyecl in the assault and capture of the 

towuof ZacuaUipan by United States forces under General Lane. 

do 

Depredations by Apacho Indians 

do 



.do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 



...do 

January 5, 1866. 



do 



May, 1865 



November, 1863 
January 5, 1866. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

18-18 to 1854 

February 25, 1848 



1849 to 1867. 
It'4yt<» 18.55 
1848 to I8.V2 
\t*49 to IH.'kJ 
1848 to 1852 



February 25, 1848 



1848. 



February 25, 1848 



...do 

m48 to 1854 

...do 

...do 

...do 

1850 



For pro|)erty taken from the ranch La Sauceda by United States 
trtxips. 

For property taken from the ranch San Rafael by United States 
troops. 

For property taken and doHtroyediu the neighborhood of Browns- 
ville by United States troops. 

For property' taken and destroyed in the capture and pillage of 
the town of Bagdad. 

Depre<lations by Comanche Indians 

For property taken and destroyed by the expedition nuder Will- 
iam Walker against Lower California. 

do 



do 

do 

.do 

do 



For amount due on contract made with J. C. Fr6mont, governor 

of California. 
For projierty taken and destroyed in the assault and capture of the 

town of ZacuaUipan by United States forces under General Lane. 

Depredations by Indians 

For pivperty taken and destroyed in the invasion and burning of 

the town of Pie<lras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 

State of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 

do 

do 

Depredations by Apache Indians 

For property taken and destroyed in the invasion and burning of 

the town of Piedras Negras by volunteers in the service of the 

State of Texas, under Captains Callahan and Henry. 
For the lynching of his wife and banishment of himself by a mob. . 
For propertv taken and destroyed by the expedition under 

William Walker. 

do 

For property taken and destroyed at the " Cai^on of Sonoita,'* by 

a bapd of" regulators" under Captain Acke. 

Depreiiations by Comanche Indians 

do 

Depredations by Indians 



1848 to 1853 



December, 1863 



November and Decem- 
ber, 1K63. 
November, 1863 



January 5, 1866 

1848 to ia54 .... 
October, 1853... 



...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
1847.. 



February 25, 1848 



1848 to 1856 ... 
October 6, 1855 



do 
do 



Octolier 6, 1855 



July 4,1852 . 
October, 1853. 



.... do ... 
May 9, 1859 

1848 to 1853. 

do .... 

1848 to 1852. 



Totals of awards. 



Nine hundre<l and ninety-eight claims against the United States, aggregating, in all moneys. 
Aggregate amount awarded, in all moneys 



UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION. 



95 



of the United States and Mexico, (under convention of July 4, 1868) — Continued. 



Where. 



SoDora, Mexico. . 

...do 

Fort Davis, Tex 
Mexico 



do 

do 

do 



Texas. 



. do . 

Mexico 



...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Snnnra, Mexico 
Mexico 



Sonora, Mexico 

Duran^o, Mexico. .. 
Chihualina, Mexico 
DiiraDf^o, Mexico .. 
Cliihuahaa, Mc^xico 

...do 

. . . <lo 

. . do 

...do 

...do 

Mexico 



California. 



Mexico 



.-..do 

Sonora, Mexico 

....do 

do 

do 

, ...do 

do 

do 

do 

Texaa 



do 

....do 

Tamanlipas, Mexico 



Coahnila, Mexico 
Lower California 

do > 

do 

do 

....do 

...do 

California 



Mexico 



Dnranco, Mexico. 
Coahnila, Mexico 



do 

....do 

Chihnahna^ Mexico 
Coahnila, Mexico .. 



Downieville, Cal . 
Lower California. 



do .. 

Arizona. 



Coahnila, Mexico 

....do 

San LuisPotosi, Mexico 



Anionnt 
claimed. 



$126, 406 00 

72, 660 00 

17, M3 00 

316,887 12 

99,729 39 
99, 815 00 

10,000 00 



13, 313 70 

.30, 3r>2 00 
60,000 00 

9.468 60 
13,331 54 
60,298 12 

7,418 75 

16. 608 00 

17,37H 92 

111.111 00 

25,201 87 

20. 016 00 

11,957 00 

7,:J50 00 

520, 985 67 

5,250 00 



52, 896 50 
200,000 00 

40, 997 01 

69, 110 43 
313, 060 (10 

64.180 00 
204, 480 00 

38, 958 00 

13, 560 00 



39,261 00 

*'"76,*767'52i 

76, 142 80 

n,988 58 

2,353 75 

630, 461 00 
1, 854, 900 00 

143,910 00 

1, 873. 80U 00 

344, 000 00 

198, 900 00 

1, 128, 600 00 

6, 975 00 

75,691 98 

26,553 00 
8,585 00 



40, 910 00 
8:J, 375 00 



112, 190 00 



300, 000 00 
46,000 00 

10, 000 00 
194,000 00 

257, 505 00 

32.050 62 

106, 197 49 



When 
decided. 



Oct 20,1874 
do 

June 8,1875 
Ang. 16, 1871 



do 

Nov. 30, 1875 



do 

Oct. 21), 1874 
Juno 8, 1875 



do 

Nov. 30, 1875 



Oct. 
Ang 

Oct. 



do 

do 

do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

20.18f4 
. 16, 1871 

20,1874 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

I do 

do 

......no...... 

Aug. 16,1871 

Jnne 11, 1875 



Ang. 16,1871 

do 

Oct. 20,1874 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do .,. 

Nov. 7, 1876 



do 

Jnne 8,1875 

Nov. 30, 1875 

Oct 20,1874 
Sept 9,1876 

Sept 11, 1876 

do ...... 

do 

Sept 12, 1876 

do 

Jan. 17,1872 

Aug. 16, 1872 

Oct 20,1874 
Apr. 17,1872 



do 

do 

Oct 20,1874 
Apr. 17,1872 



June 11, 1875 
Sept 13, 1876 



do 

Jnne 11, 1875 

Oct 20,1874 

do 

do 



By whom decided. Nature of decision. 



The Commissioners. 

...do 

do 

Umpire 



.do 



The Commissioners 



...do 

. . . do 

..do 



do 
.do 



...do-. 

...do .. 

...do .. 
do . . 

...do .. 

do . . , 

do . . 

Unii»ire 



The Commissioners 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

-.do 

Umpire 



The Commissioners. 



Umpire. 



do 



The Commissioners 
...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

Umpire 



do 



The Commissioners . 
— do 



..do.. 
Umpire 



do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

The Commissioners . 



Umpire 



The Commissioners. . 
— do 



do 

do 

.do 

.do 



....do . . 

Umpire 



do 
.do 



The Commissioners. 

... do 

...do 



Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

Rejected.. 



...do 

Dismissed 



do 

do 

.do 

do 
do 



...do.... 

...do.... 

...do .... 
...do..., 
...do .... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

Rejected . 



Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

— do . ... 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Rejected . . 



Dismissed 



Rejected 



...do 

Dismissed 

...do 

...do 

.. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



do 

do 

.do 

.do 
do 



...do 
.. do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
. ... do 



Rejected 



Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 



Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 

Dismissed 

Award. (See No. 293) 



Dismissed 
...do 



.do 
.do 

.do 
do 
do 



Award. 



United Stotes 
currency. 



189, 410 17 



United States 
gold. 



Mexican 
gold. 



110, 559 67 150, 528 57 



$86,661,891 15 
150, 498 41 



INDEX TO SCHEDULE OF AMERICAN CLAIMS, BY DOCKET NUMBERS. 



A. 



Jfo. 



AnnaHaria, schooner 110 

Arnold, John, et al 125 

Ainaa, Jeans M 126 

Atwood, John W 128 

Allen, B. L., schooner 129 

Alexander, Abel G 162 

Autrey, A. P. J 171 

Areenti, Felix 186 

Anderson, Aneell B., et aJ 187 

Ada, schooner 188 

Aurora, schooner 204 

Archibald, Oracle, bark 213 

Aspinwall^ Lloyd, assignee 2U 

Andrews, Thomas S 216 

Adams, Rebecca, bark 215,216 

Attrell & Lacoste 222 

Arrington, Jos. J 227 

Adams, John 239 

Adler, Henry 246 

Anderson, John 297 

Anxes,John H 308 

Antoinette, Virginia, schooner 332 

Anderson, Fayette 333 

Abrams, Gabriel 352 

Armigo, Mariano 386 

Adams, Samuel G 418 

Ainsa, Agustin 424 

American and Mexican Steamship Company 448 

Alira, La., Silver-Mining Company 489 

Afuat, Thadens , : 493 

Alemany, Jos. S 493 

Appel, N.B •. 506 

Abbott Lawrence, ship 534 

Andre. Charles 568 

Arnold, Jesse W.'s widow , 583 

Arnett, William W 658 

Archnleta, Diego... 711 

Abromet, A 726 

Allen, Jos 735 

Alice Mowe, schooner 754 

Alviso, Aug., et al 822 

Ames, James T 850 

Adam, AndmsL 873 

Ames, James T 884 

Arms Company, Massachusetts 885 

Alvarez, Julius 915 

Arco Mining Company 937 

B. 

Bryant,J.M 26 

Barnes, William P 29 

Burr, Geo. E. and Mary C 31 

Brig Nahum Stetson 51 

Barbour, M^jor, schooner 55 

Bark Francis Palmer 81 

Boynton, John H.. et al 99 

Brig BL Kellooh 102 

Bourgoise, Smile *. 107 

Barrelli&Co... 108 

Brenan, John 110 

Burleson, Edward Ill 

Beldeo.John 113 

BronnM*. Frederick 115 

Baxter. John A 116 

Bahr6 Sc Lemmen 117 

Biven, Basey 127 

B. L. Allen, schooner 129 

Belden,S. A., &Co 131 

Ballenger, Henry G 134 

Blumhardt, William 135 

Bark Emily Banning 136 

Banning, Emily, bark 136 

Butterfleld, Carlos 138 

Briggs, Captain : 140 

Bark Serena 150 

Bark Nneva Adelina 151 

Brewer.Mary 165 

Brig Mazatleoa 177 

Belknap Augustus 185 

Brig, Indus 187 

Bark Archibald Grade 213 

Bark Rebecca Adams 215,216 

Bogy, Joseph V 228 

Brown, G^eorge 233 

Brown, A 243 

Berg, Peter 253 

Baldwin, Robert G 258 

Brown, Charles 875 

Baker, John 277 

Ballentine, James « 385 

S. Ex. 31 13 



No. 

Barnes, M 890 

Black, R. J 9W 

Blair. R «» 

Browning, A. W 398 

Bnmap, John 3W 

Bmings,E.S 314 

BrigJ.B. Lunt , 31« 

Brig Nii^ara 3*1 

Brockway,G.E 324 

Bastion, victor JM 

Blnmenkron, Adolph •.•••• 329 

Range, Frederick ^ 

Bienoourt, Mary 355 

Barrington, Alexander R 365 

Baca, Yrinia,etal 379 

Bartlett & Borge 381 

Brig George B.Prescott <J[9 

Burleson, D.C **« 

Brown, Joe. F <27 

Bowen, Smith <43 

Bardin.DavidC ^57 

Burgess, John D ^^9 

Brach, Rudolf 4«9 

Blohm, Peter <»3 

Brown, Jerome B ^"^ 

Bertherand, Eulalia A *. <2^ 

Bee,Ham'l.P <77 

Bolgard, Bernard *88 

Brinton, Evans H 504 

Blood, Caleb H 530 

Bennett, William M JJJ 

Brannan, Samuel ^^ 

Berge, L. F., et al ^ 

Braian, Penny Jj7 

Bums, Louis 2ni 

Brewster, Rolla E ^ 

Beard, John H ^ 

Brewster, R.B £3 

Byrnes, Edward jje 

Burleson, John R 953 

Bruton, WillUm W ^59 

Bratten, William W 5«1 

Brown, Stephen S W3 

Brahn,Henry ^ 

Brainard, D. D., & Co .4 £5l 

Briggs, Margaret JJI 

Bumham,Parker • ^®0 

Bmmel, Henry *93 

Baker, ThomasC •W 

Bours, T. Robinson 710 

Baird,J. W..etal 721 

BatUilcJ.F 724 

Buxton, Greorire •• 731 

Becker, Joseph PhUip 736 

Bryant, Robert 743 

Barco, Manuel del « 748 

Brugiere & Thibaud 753 

Balnmore Marine Louiaranoe Company 756 

Blacks Stratton 770 

Boyd, John R 785 

Barnes, G.W 788 

Burns, Bei^amtn 795 

Blumenkron, Adolf 794 

Berges, Antonio ^^ 

Baker, Joshua 827 

Bowling, Joseph 833 

Bell,Hezekiah8 835 

Bingham, John H 842 

Bright, Samuel E 852 

Ban,Manuel 870 

Blersch, Gustave, et al ^^ 

Bumham, Parker ? 875 

Boker, Herman, & Co 886 

Boker, Frederick A., et al 886 

Brooks, Aaron 898 

Boyd,HenryC ^ W* 

Bailey, Charles A W3 

Blake, Joseph H 904 

Brittell, Charles K , 905 

Benjamin, Charles E W6 

Brown, A., et al M9 

Butterfleld, Carlos >56 

Brink, C.W WO 

C 966A 

Butterfleld, Carlos, dt Co J g^ 

Bonttier, Charles 969 

BlaisdelltGeorge W W7 

Barclay, W. R 1002 

Babcock,H. H....; ... 1P03 

Blal8deU,G.W 1004 

Bayard, Theodore W 1010 

Bath, Charles A 1013 



98 



rSTDEX 



C. Ko. 

Clay. JosephA., admtnUtrator, &0 5 

Cominodore Stockton, steamer 8 

ClementA. William P., et al 46 

Carcier Andrew 109 

Clark. John 112 

Crawford WiUon, schooner 116 

Collier, WUlUm 118 

Caire, JolesB ; 119 

Cazenean, William L ISO 

Callahan, Byron 121 

Chase, Franklin 123 

Cammings, Charles 123 

Castro, Lorenxo 124 

Clark, Jos« 134 

Corlew, schooner 14u 

Carter. George B 149 

Craib,R.T 184 

Cooper & Pond 190 

Chabot, Watson and 191 

Campbell, James M 199 

Cootey, Patrick 215 

Center, Lather 220 

Concb.BobertM 234 

Cbamberlin, William 252 

CoIby.Dauiel K ." 255 

Craig, John v 257 

Crocks, Sanford 273 

Cryers, Absalom 276 

Carter.M , 294 

Callshan. WUliam 303 

Cnllen.John A 304 

Cleaves. Frank 307 

Clavel,F 323 

Castanza, Vicente 351 

CuUer.C.T 357 

Clements. John 357 

Conturon, Jean B 370 

Conrow. Mary Ann 392 

Chase, Helena D 408 

Crothers, Margaret M 410 

Conkling. Edgar. 439 

Chase, Frauklin : 453 

Campbell, Jacob ... 454 

Cripps, Johns 479 

Coolidge, Sidney 501 

Costa, James A 560 

Champion, Albert 561 

Cooper, Joseph &Co 565 

Calhoon, heirs of James Edward 5d2 

Chenery. Richard 597 

Cheney, Richard, et al 598 

Colberson, William B 615 

Connelly. David 629 

Cramer*John A 636 

Clark. Oaylord J 6b4 

Chittenden, W. F., administrator 719 

Connelly, D.W..etal 721 

Chase. E.W 722 

Campbell. Wllliaro»C., et al 721 

Cordillera €rold and Silver-Mining Company 734 

Consalvi. Camilo 739 

Coale, James Carey 755 

Cattell. A.G 774 

Cucullu, Joseph S 779 

Casey, Thomas J 808 

Choquet, Peter 811 

Carpietti. Prosper 817 

Castro. Victor, et fU 822 

Coop wood, heirs of David 839 

Clements, Nelson 846 

Coopwood. Bethel 847 

Croeson, George etal 863 

Cochran, George B 865 

Collon.Emilo 894 

Crosas, Andrew 899 

Carter, John 907 

Catlin, lirandt T 908 

Carey. Edward 934 

Carlock, Thomas 930 

Collins, S.&H 931 

Caligari, Poter G 932 

Cole. John 948 

Cramer, John D 950 

Cummings, Franklin, etal 963 

Conley, LJawTciiice 985 

D. 

Davis, Thomas F., etal 46 

Daloour, Lazaro 75 

J»wyer, Thomas 76 

Dre^h (^Becker 77 

Downing. William M 78 

Dolan. Thomas J 79 

Degruy, John B. and Rosa B 152 

Delmas, Charles F 169 

Dunbar, Edward 185 

Daley, John 204 

Da Costa, Charles 206 

Dennison, Samuel L 213 

Dunkinson, William 224 

Douglas, William 251 

Dockendorfl; John 264 



Ko. 

Dram mers, Morris ^ 266 

Davis, W 268 

Dresser. L.B 287 

Dennis, John 291 

Dexter.RW 316 

Dalooar. Pedro 338 

DentE, Joseph 350 

. Duseubery, Lewis ^ 388 

De Strother. Franoisca S 412 

De Witt, heirs of John 431 

Da Pont, De Nemours & Co 440 

Dresel. Rodolfo 450 

Day, Jas. J., (schooner) 494 

Dubois, Francis 524 

Dovale, Abram J 531 

Devine, heirs of Hugh 5:13 

De Leon, Martin 593 

De Lespes, Jose£ft de Thor6 596 

Dent, Ghsorge W 628 

Dent, George W., et al 632 

Dickens, William C 647 

Dresch,L.J 655 

Dugan.R. H.K 670 

Dewhurst & Emmerson 673 

Daniel, Burrill 68:1 

Dantin, Lonis Titus 685 

Dorris. Hiram A 695 

De Garate. Eugenic Roque 6U7 

De Wood. Ceferina V. Primm 698 

De Garate. Eugenic Roque 699 

Donoughho. heirs of Cyrus W 703 

Dolegny, assignees of 714 

Dixon, Alex. H 730 

Delehanty. Florence 737 

De la Vega, Manuel J 746 

Del Baroo, Manuel, et al 748 

De Garate, Roque. et al 748 

Dougherty, Edward 769 

Deli^o, Gorgonia 860 

Donaldson, John J ^2 

Dastugue, Francisco 916 

Delmas, Charles F 965 

Dubois. Friuicis 972 

Donovan, John 984 

• 

E. 

EvanR, Elisabeth A 34 

Evans. Michael B 42 

Eclipse, (schooner) 125 

EhleraJohn & Co 157 

Erhiu*d. Anthony « 181 

Edwards, Barbara C 207 

Eaton, John O 411 

Elliott. Beojamin 460 

Eigendorff. Christina, administratrix 581 

Eigendorff, administratrix of Frans ^ 581 

Eaton's. David C, administrator 630 

EUert. John A 635 

Enderle, George ©56 

Eldi edge. Kimball C 702 

Earl, John 0..etal 72i 

Eager, Sarah E., et al 859 

Eager, Robert^ et al 859 

EUert,John A 951 

F. 

Fretz. Ralph S., claimant of the Com. Stockton 8 

Fry,B.H 38 

Fernandez, Jos6 I 51 

Ford, George M 59 

Francis Pauner, (bark) 81 

Fowler, Samuel P., et al 99 

Fay, Jas. H 185 

Fletcher.A. J 269 

Ferry, William 270 

Fleury, Jean, et al 312 

Forster, William 319 

Forstalt Edward 327 

Frisk. Charles 338 

Fanchong. Jacob Poney 461 

Foss.Samael 500 

Fox.John &Co 507 

Friery, John 541 

Ferranti, Argentine M 583 

Focke, John 584 

French, Parker H 587 

French. Benancia 686 

Flotte, Louis r32 

Fricke. Charles 744 

Frazier. Jane A 751 

Fitch, JYederick G 777 

Ferguson, Edwu^ 780 

Foster. James D 789 

Fi8ch,JohnC 805 

Fisch.JohnC 809 

Foster. William S 816 

Fitzgerald, John 820 

Fremont, John C 829 

Ford, James 851 

Funcke, Herman, et al 886 

Fithian.M 900 

Fitzgerald, James E 979 



DTDEX. 



99 



G. 



No. 



fi 



Garrison, C.K 8 

Gadsden, James 54 

Giddings, Gtoorge H 61 

Glenn, Marfcaret 62 

Garland, Ira S 130 

Gibbee, C. D.. execator 134 

Oitt, F. W. W 156 

Glover & Winn 178 

Gerety, James ■. 180* 

Galloso. Yinoent 196 

Gormala, Mariano — 201 

Gracie, Archibald, bark 213 

Goodmm, George SJ36 

Gros,Camile 311 

Gosch,Cbr.H 320 

General Taylor, schooner 328 

Gonzales, Armand , 332 

Gatter, Christian P 343 

Gerz, Alexander J 353 

Gatewood & Moore 384 

Ganie, George 396 

Galloway, John M 437 

Goldbaum, Lonis 466 

CK)ldbeck, Frederick 474 

Gallegos, Jos6 Manuel 480 

Godden, William G 517 

Goneales, Julian 521 

Gerson, Julius 531 

Green,Daniel .., 538 

Gagnet Richard 546 

Garaa, Mariano Trevlno , 550 

Germania Mina Prieta Mining Company ,... 612 

Gholson, Edwin 622 

Gholson, James 623 

Gholson. John H 624,625 

Gillette, Henry S 682 

Gilletto^ohn S 682 

Garate. jSugenio Roque de 697 

Garate, Eugenie Boque de 699 

Garrttin, J 706 

Gasbuiler, J. W 721 

Gosch,Chr. H 733 

Gold and Silver Mining Company, Cordillera 734 

Garcia, Clement P 740 

Garate, Boque de, et al 748 

Green, Alfred A 776 

Gibbe»,E.K 791 

Gouldin. John C 796 

Gonig, Ffank 802 

Garcia. Victoriano, adm'r 81U 

Guadalupe Mining Company 821 

Guergwin, Charles 862 

GrooB, Frederick, et al 871 

Groos, Charles w.. et al 871 

Groos, Blersh, et al 871 

Gaylord, Emerson 880 

Garza, Mariano T 892 

Gahagan, Irene M 897 

Green, Robert E...* 909 

Green, John L 926 

Gray, J., etal 949 

Gautier, Bernard J 958 

Gourrier.Thomas 975 

Gordon, Henry 980 

Garza, Geronimo de la 993 

Gallagher, J. B 999 

Grover.M.S 1005 

Galloway, Jamed .' 1015 



H. 



Herriman, Thomas O 
Huliteman, Lewis .... . 

Halsted, Abel H 

Hannum, A. B 

Hixon,J.S 

HU1,W.M.I 

Hale, Joseph W 

Hastings, William . . . 
Howell, Bertram H . . . 

Hodge, Watson 

Hellman, Moses L 

Huston, James H. 



1 

16 

18 

32 

44 

45 

58 

67 

73 

80 

83 

93 

H. Kellooh, brig 102 

Hnntington,E 139 

Hutchinson, W. L 142 

Hitchcock, L. M., schooner 147 

Hale, Joseph W 151 

Hammeken, George L 158 

Hargon8,L.S 160 

Hillman.S 194 

HiU,JobnC.C 202 

Henning,otto 225 

Hart,lfikrtln 250 

Hawkins, J. W 279 

Hopkins, G. W., & Son 283 

Hughes, William H 300 

Harper, Alison A 309 

Halpine, William 335 

Halpine, Henry 336 

Helfen Marr, schooner 362 

Hill, James 377 

Honghton, Joab 387 



1^0. 

Hurst, James 393 

Haywood, George A., et al 414 

Haywood St, McGrort^ .« 414 

Holdemess. Skiffinton H 436 

Havnes, J. M 437 

Halsey, Andrew J 449 

Hageman, J. P 452 

Harwell, James E 458 

Hicks. Bartolo C « 487 

Hergert, Julius 522 

Hickman, James P 545 

Hale &. Parker 548 

Hale, William George,et al 548 

Home, William E 556 

Huguet. Augusts 566 

Hale, Charles B 572 

Haussler, Charles C 580 

Hill, John 585 

Hill, John W 585 

Howell. T.P 586 

Hughes, Watson F 605 

Horan, JobnC 632 

Huston, James 657 

Hughes. James H 704 

Hntchins. J 705 

Haight, Lansing 708 

Hyde, Henry C 714 

Heyman & Co 741 

Hanson, John W 759 

Hanson, John W 760 

Hadden, Walter J 7H3 

Hulseman, Frederick 771 

Hambey,E.G 772 

Hodapp, Edmond, et al 778 

Hargous,L.S 782 

Hargous,L.S 783 

Hargons.L.S 784 

Hulseman, Lewis 832 

Harper, William M 910 

Harris.L.D 918 

Howard, Joseph 919 

Hatchett. Santiago I 936 

Hune,H.C 954 

Hayne. Josepb.etal 964 

Howell. Alft^ 970 

Herd, Ann S 976 

Hughes, William 978 

Harrington, Frederick 989 

Hale, Joseph W.,aaaignee 992 

Hoxie,B.F 1007 

L 

Inge, S. W., et al 49 

Isnam. Joseph G.B 50 

Indus, brig 187 

Israel. Isaac G 325 

Irelan, Lambert 614 

Irelan, William 552 

Irwin, MowryB 375,428 

J. 

Junge, Charles H. B , 14 

Jouan, Augustus 70 

Jansen. C. J 81 

Johnson, C.C 82 

Jones, G.H 161 

Jarero, Jos6 Ma 208 

Jordan, WUliam 254 

Jones, John B , 306 

J.B.Lnnt. brig 316 

Johnston, Greorge Pen 357 

Jennings. Langhland &Co 374 

Jones, Jesse J 382 

Jarr. Peter 391 

Jones, Griffin 496 

Jones, Mrs. Lurroade 512 

Jones, Edgar 5*^ 

Jordan, Daniel M 592 

Jockhusch, J. W 718 

Jeannotat, Alfred ^ 804 

Johnson, Hannah 807 

Johnson, Samson W 828 

Jansen, Charles J 84:1 

Jones. Griffith H 866 

Jaroslowski, Jacob 896 

K. 

Kingsbury, Robert B 17 

Kearney, Edward 91 

Keller, E 94,»5,96 

KeUooh»H..brig 102 

Kerr, Washington 153 

Kastan.Henry ^ 164 

King. O. K., & Co 181 

King & McClelland 200 

King.MarousL 230 

Keller, J. H 267 

Kennedy. Mifflin 340 

King. Richard 340 

Kraua, Charles B ,.... 389 



100 



INDEX 



Knox, G«orge T 
~ ~ kR.... 



No. 

394 

Kyle, Polk R 429 

Knapp, AagnstiM 433 

Koaoke, Goorse F 445 

Kerobmann, Sdwurd 473 

Kirkpatrick,A.J 505 

KelUr. Anna M. C 510 

Koenig, William 542 

Kelaev, John P 551 

King. Richard, et al 555 

Kennedy. Mifflin, et al 555 

Kidder, Sanforth 575 

Kenedy & King 579 

Kenedy, Miflln 579 

King. Richard 579 

Kemm, Joseph S 60*2 

Koney,DaTid 681 

Kleeber & MoManns 707 

Kem,Jame« 750 

Knox,W.B 889 

Kathreos. Samuel B 928 

Knapp,M.L 935 

Kirby, William 982 

Kemp. Joaeph 988 

KiDdred. James B 991 

Kleiber. Joseph, et iJ 998 

Killmon.W.D 1006 



IL 



No. 



L. 



Lightiner, Isaac 

Levy, Jonas P 

Limpisoh. Michael 

Labrnere. Sanchez St, Co 

Lagnerenne, J. P 

Langstrotb, James N . . . 
Latham, F. W., assignee 
Lamb, James 



5 

6 

13 

20 

56 

68 

73 

81 

Lemmen, A. H., et al 117 

LizardlJ.de 146 

Lb M. Hitohoock, schooner 147 

Laroade,G 147 

Lara, Simon and Isidore 170 

Laurent, BeDjamin and Thomas 205 

Loperana, Ignacio 211 

Lacoste, Attrill & 222 

Leaven, Charles 240 

Lovell, Henry 263 

Leonard,J.M 278 

Lower California Company 315 

Lease, Jacob P.. agent 315 

Lnnt,brig J.B 316 

Lecoq.J.M 330 

Lohse & Son, F. A 339 

Lyons, Proctor «.. 363 

Langhland, George L 374 

Leitensderfer, E. dt Co 387 

Lafnilaide, Ann 423 

Lisner, Fanny 438 

Laner, George 464 

Lawrence, HL 484 

Lawrence. L. L., assignee 485 

Lawrence, L.L 486 

La Abra Silver Mining Company 489 

Leggett, Aaron.. 497 

Leonard, T.W 527 

Lawrence, Robert J 532 

Leiohardt, EmestF 567 

Lespes. Josefs Torre de 596 

LaddF.B 601 

Lander, Cyrus W 603 

Lander, Melvin B 603 

Lake,Harvey 607 

Lisardi,estateofM.J 608 

Landmro, William L 619 

Ladd, WiUiam H 628 

Ladd, William H., et al 632 

Levy.LouisP 644 

Levy, Alexander H 645 

Levy, Frances A .*... 646 

Lewis,Hagh 653 

Loval, Stephen 654 

Lloyd, Thomas 671 

Lanfranco, A. F 675 

Lngan,Martin 678 

Laeoste.J.B 717 

Lanfranco, A. F 781 

Love, Malcomb T 819 

Llabaria,J.F 823 

Laird, Francis 841 

Lower California Company 856 

Lower California Company 857 

Lainc. Julio 872 

Langley, Joseph J 874 

Light, J. W 877 

Light, William W 912 

Leicbardt, E. F., William 952 

Lizardi, M. J., estate of 959 

Lawler, R. J.^t al 963 

Levy, tfonasP 967 

Lambert, H.W 9H6 

Laird, William F 994 

X«aird, WniiamF.,etal 995 



McElhaney, William H 3 

Mayer, Henry 9 

Mosman, Gardner 15 

Mver8,Simon 28 

Muller, Charles C 30 

Mathien, Lucien 33 

Migel, Solomon 35 

Miiller. William 53 

M»i or, Barbour, (schooner) 55 

"MoGrath, Michael C5 

Markoe, Charles 86 

Meade, Denis 88 

Montgomery, Samuel, et al 105 

McKinney, J. G. A 106 

Miranda. Antonio Maria de 114 

Merrill, George C, et al 116 

Morgan, Isaac A 129 

Minini^Companv, Pedregal 133 

Morell, James W 141 

Merle, Julius 159 

Miller & McDonald 167 

McDonald & Miller 167 

Moorhead, Josiah 168 

Mazatleca, (brig) 177 

Mather & Glover 178 

Maxan, Felix 183 

Moses, Joseph 197 

McClelland &King 200 

McCiirdy, John 214 

McCreaoy, Francis .' 218 

Morey, Samuetl 223 

Myers. G.F 245 

McCarter, James 262 

Morrisey, John 266 

Manning, Aug 282 

Moorhead, Charles « 318 

Moke, Moses 342 

Macmanus, Francis 417,347 

MucmanuB Bros 348 

Malone, Henry C, and Hiram 358 

Milieu, Francis F 361 

Marr, Helen, (schooner) 362 

Magee, James 364 

Murphy, Henry F 367 

Monsterv, Thomas H 376 

Mills. William W 378 

Moore. W. W 384 

Milatovich.A 395 

McMertv.John 4()9 

Mowry Silver Mining Company 413 

McGrorty, William, et al 414 

McGrorty, Hay ward and 414 

Macmanus, Francis 417 

McDowell, Thomas C 420 

McDermott, John, heirs of 431 

Mannassee, J. S 432 

Miiller, Henry 434 

Montgomery, J. P 441 

Morton, George W t 446 

Maciuan us, George L 488 

Mining Company, La Abra 489 

Miller, Raphael M 490 

Moses, Lionel 492 

Miner, N. B., Capt 495 

Mansfield, James H 498 

Martines, Carlos Rios y 509 

Musson, Germain, representatives of 513 

Mear8,JohnH 515 

MUler, Raphael M.. 518 

Miller, Raphael M.. et al 525 

Miller, Jeanne M., et al 525 

Macmanus, Francis 529 

Montero, Diego Castillo 533 

Muguerza, Francisco Garcia 533 

Moses, Isaac 543 

Mollman, Charles Frederick 544 

Michel, JOS.F , 547 

McMan us, Charles 549 

Mooney, Barney 570 

Mining Company. Si naloa Silver 588 

McAllen, Salome and John 591 

Marchant, Elihu 606 

Magoon. Ephraim 609 

Mining Company, Germania Mina Prieta 612 

Miller, Samuel 616 

Mining Company, Yalleoillo 621 

Magendie, Vincent E 627 

McHatton,A.H 631 

Meagher, Philip 632 

Murray, J.F 634 

Marks, Jonas &Co. 639 

Marshall, Alfred F 650 

McLaughlin, William 660 

Montez, Anastacio F6:! 

Maxfeldt,P.H 666 

Mexias. Pablo , 688 

Magoffin, Jos 691 

Myers, James L 694 

Moore, George 70 1 

McFarlane & Thome 715 

Mining Company, Trinidad and San Jos6. 720 

Meyer, Conrad 727 

Hiping Company, Rosario and Carn^ei).,, 729 



INDEX. 



101 



Martin. John T 766 

McHatton, A.H 773 

Ma8SOQ,Ren6 787 

Mining Company, Naestra Senora de Gaadalape 881 

McCarty, John L 840 

Mo«8, J. Mora 653 

Maynard, Edward 883 

Massachasetts i^ms Company 885. 

Mars & Co 890 

Morrill, Aaf^oatTis 891 

Murphy. Henry F 914 

Mac Man UB, Thomas P 941 

McNultv, George W 987 

Mickle&Co 992 

Mathis. John M., «t ai 995 

Mining Company.San Maroial 996 

MacManus, Charles, etal 998 

N. 

Nahnm Stetson, brig 51 

Naatilos Submarine Pearl-Fishing Company 136 

Nueva Adelina, bark 151 

Newton, Frederick A 154 

Nodine, Charles 271 

Nichols, James I : 274 

Nande, Victor 313 

Nolan, Francis 337 

N u ttm an , Jame s E 357 

Naphegyi, G 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407 

Norton, assignee of Naphegyi 398 to 407 

Navarrette, Kafael 470 

Nelson, WilUam H 558 

Nordhausen, Charles 611 

Nichols, E.B 723 

Newbury, Doctrina H 799 

Nuestra SeHora de Guadalupe Silver Mining Company 821 

Norton, Charles E 895 

Newton. Frederick A 927 

O. 

Ogle,DanielA 87 

Odell, Benjamin F 174 

01cott,JohnN 210 

Oregon, schooner 330 

O'Donnell, Michael 738 

Ogden St, Laoomb. etal 853 

O^nnon, A. B., et al 876 

08born,A.H 888 



P. 



12 
24 
37 
40 
63 
64 
81 



Paunetral, Martin 

Putegnat. John P 

Porter, David D 

Poloiiev, John 

Pratt, Samuel W 

Prevost, G. M 

Pa 1 m er, Fran cis, bark 

Panott, John 103 

Parrott, John 104 

Pedregal MiningCompany 133 

Pradel, Juan de Dios 145 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company 163 

Pond. Charles H . . 190 

Potter, Forbes H 193 

Poillet. P. N 198 

Pauls. Peter 221 

Pingrey, Samuel B 248 

Pettijohn, WilUam C 284 

Paintier,ir.H 289 

Peabody, Jos. A 360 

Pacheco. Salvio 366 

Perry, William 369 

Prince, Mary » 390 

Parsons, Kearney 397 

Prescott, Geo. E, brig 418 

Phipps, Alfred P 435 

Perkins, George T. E 4.37 

Perkins, John M 437 

Palacio, Julian 444 

P ole,J.F 466 

Paul, Henry H 469 

Pilon,M.R 472 

Pigeon, Eugene 478 

Potts. John 481 

Pierce^. W 499 

Poole, Henry Ward 503 

Putnam, John B 508 

Parrott, William 514 

Poyos»H 519 

•Peres, Aug 520 

Pagliari, Ferdinando 521 

Per6s.Aug 5-23 

Parker, Francis James 548 

Pot che. Azennr 578 

Petit, ArgentineM 583 

Pace, George 618 

Powers. James 637 

Phelps, James H 641 

Powers. George 642 

Phelps, Frederick M 687 



No. 

Pierson, William M 689 

Piattti. Antonio t. 745 

Pieme, JohnB 806 

Pradel. John D 812 

Pradel, John D 813 

Pradel, John D 814 

Pradel, Johii D 815 

Parker, Stanley M 8I8 

Pelazzo, Jo86 824 

Poston, Charles D 8:M) 

Primm.James B. L 834 

Prevost.G.M 844 

Peeler, Henry A 845 

Poultney & Moale, et al 85i 

Penlenileder, Erhard, etal 864 

Pentenrieder, Erhard, et al 87 1 

Parker, Charles F .c 881 

Pradel, J. O. and R. H 929 

Phelps, J. M •. 949 

Pierson, J. B 1000 

Q. 

Qoln, Rosin 97 

R. 

Rice, Francis W 7 

Ryan.S. V. R 10 

Reeves, Bartolo S 19 

Robinson, Juan A 25 

Reed, Thomas W 38 

Bathbone, Frederick V. W 43 

Ryder, Patrick F 101 

Renshaw ^.Turner 143 

Roberts, John Oscar 172 

Rodgers, John J 173 

Rois,Jo86 203 

C 215 

Rebecca Adams, bark ) )ii(\ 

Ripley, Benjamiu 217 

Kay, Frederick 219 

Richardson, William L., schooner 236 

Roberts, William 280 

Rafferty, William 288 

RouUton, A. J., et al 316 

Renwick.RB 317 

Rose, Francis , 344 

Robinson, John R 428 

Rufino. Jos6 Maria 465 

Roncari. Amilcar 476 

Rios y Martinez, Carlos 509 

Ravesi, Joseph 540 

Reynolds, William, etal 589 

Reynolds. Thomas E.,etal 590 

Robert, Emilio 594 

Riggs, William A 620 

Raymond Mary L 626 

Reis, Gustavb 029 

Rosen fled, John 668 

Remes, Clement 679 

Rhodes, Charles C 692 

Robinson, Juan A .^. 709 

Reis, Gustavus 721 

Robinson, John P .- 725 

Rosario and Carmen Mining Company 729 

Rosenberg, Jacob G 742 

Ruiz, Pedro 752 

Ramsay, George M 764 

Ratcliflt JohnB 790 

Ryan,WillUm 801 

Roop, David C 826 

Riddle, Heirs of William J 859 

Riddle, James, et al 859 

Robinson, Lester L 879 

Remain, Richard : 917 

Reach, Donaciano 939 

Richardson. Robert 943 

Robinson, John L 957 

Reardon, John 974 

Reichard, Frederick A 977 

Rolton.Otto 1008 

Ratcliffo, John B 1011 

S. 

Steamer Commodore Stockton 8 

Stockton, The Commodore, steamer 8 

Snelling, William W 11 

Sanchey, Labmere &Co 20 

Speyers, Albert.. 22 

Speyers, Albert 23 

Smith, Jos W 27 

Sturcke, William 36 

Steamboat Warren 38 

Slaws, Anthony 41 

Smith. O. M., et al 46 

Stone, Charles P 48 

Stetson, brig Nahum 51 

Schooner MiOoi' Barbour 55 

Sloo Albert ^.. 57 

Strang. E. J 66 

Stillman, Charles, and brother 69 



102 



rSTDEX. 



No. 

Schmidt, CMper 72 

Silva, Joan MaDael 93 

Siempre Viva Silver-Mining Company 98 

Schaben.Mark 100 

SDOW&Barge88 102 

Sobooner Anna Maria 110 

Schooner Wilson Crawford 116 

Schooner Eclipse 125 

Schooner R L. Allen 129 

Sauv6, Charles A 132 

Smith. Charles B 139 

Schooner Curlew 140 

Schooner L. M. Hitchcock 147 

Scott, Joseph 148 

Serena, bark 150 

Severa,John 150 

Soli ze, Jerome 166 

Simonfeld, Taossig &Co 176 

Seaton.Beh 182 

Slater, Sidney B 185 

Schooner Ada 188 

Smith & Mason 188 

Steele. K.B 189 

Slaughter, Thomas I 192 

Schneider, Nicolas 195 

Schooner Aurora 204 

Schnlz, Solomon 209 

Sampson. John 226 

Snyder, William 229 

Speuoer, A. M 231 

Schooner William L Richardson 236 

Scaroe,Lewis 247 

Satterly,Frederick 249 

Smith. Walter 256 

Smith, JOS.B 286 

St. John, Aug. E 295 

Scfivner. William 301 

Suzeneau. U. S. consul 321 

Schooner Virgiuia Antoinette 322 

Sbisa, Jos 32ap 

Steamer Sonera 323 

Sunora, steamer 323 

Schooner General Taylor 328 

Schooner Oregon 330 

Schooner Anna or Swan 340 

Schooner Swan or Anna » 340 

Swan, schooner 340 

Springer. James L 359 

Schooner Helen Marr 362 

Selkirk. James • 362 

Sackett, EUsha B 371,372 

Sackett, Julia Ann H 373 

Solan. John 380 

Standlsh, Mildred 385 

Smith, J. L 397 

Strother. F. S. d« 4l2 

Silver-Minins: Company. Mowry 413 

Shultz. Chr. Uorman 415 

Stockfleth. Adolfo F 416 

Setzer.Otto 410 

Stevens, Indiana 451 

Stevens, John T 451 

Smith, Samuel L .« 456 

Scbmitz, Christopher 468 

Smith, John Campbell .- - 471 

Sandoval, Antonio 480 

Schooner James J. Day 494 

Smith. Joseph E 4«4 

Starr. Matthew W 516 

Shelby. Jos. O 512 

Ship Abbott Lawrence 5.14 

State Bank of Hartford 5.35 

Sanderson Brothers & Co 5.36 

Schreck.John E 5:n 

Sch urn aker, Lewis 5.39 

Sneed, Sebron G 5^9 

Steelman. Lewis 56:J 

Staacke. A. & Co 5<)8 

Seixas, Benjamin F. M 571 

Simon. Louis 574 

Schllnger, Leopold 576 

Sinaloa Silver-Mining Company 5'»8 

Slaughter. James E 51H) 

Slosson, Edward 598 

Shattuck. David O 6(i0 

Shattuck, Dickson P - 600 

Samuels, John 6M 

Schafer. John P 609 

Snider, Elisha T 617 

Shutter, Mary 626 

Steamer SeBorita » 637 

Simonaon, H. B ^ 643 

Steiuthal, Martin M 649 

Sooth. William M 665 

Strickland, Amos O 669 

Smith, David - 674 

Sturm. Herman 676 

Stevenson, estate of John 684 

San Elisario, town of 693 

Stevens, James W 700 

Soto, Miguel P 710 

Sharp's Bifle Manufacturing Company 712 



No. 

Stoddard, S.B 714 

Suarez, BenignoS 716 

Silver- Mining Company, Trinidad and San Joa^ 790 

Smith, John L .• 7«8 

Sterling &, Aherns 754 

Schooner Alice Mowe 754 

Sturm, Herman, et al. 761 

Sturm, R. C, etal 761 

Sturm, T. C, et al 761 

Sturm, Herman, on account of the steamer General MoCnllom. 762 

Sch reck, heirs of Henry S 768 

Smith, John C 797 

Slocum, Caroline B 798 

Simonson, Henry B 800 

Slaughter, JamesE 803 

Santa Rita Company 831 

Stevenson's, John, administrator 8% 

Shields, John S 849 

Schleinine, Emil, et al 854 

Spencer, George 858 

Schleining, Theo.. et al 864 

Spierr, Samuel 867 

Soils. Bentura 868 

Sumpter, Jesse 869 

Stone, William, et al 876 

Stone, William 878 

Schumacher. Frederick, et al 886 

Stuckle, Frederick W 001 

Sublitt, William 913 

Sweeney, James B 920 

Stockman, P. T. G 925 

Slaughter. James E.,et al 934 

Sullivan, James, et al 934 

Schleiden, James F 947 

Shears, Robert 955 

Stillman, Cornelius 961 

Sustindale, Francis, etal 964 

S<;ollins. Eugene 981 

Sutton, William 983 

San Marcial Gbld and Silver Mining Company 996 

Sherman. W lOOL 

Smith. JohnD 1012 

Stocker. Hiram 1017 

T. 

Teh uan tepee Company 2 

Thomas, Math ieu 21 

Tausig, Maurice — . 39 

Trenis, Captain Andrew -52 

Thompson, John 55 

Turpin, Bernard 90 

Thatcher, Anthony % 137 

Turner & Renshaw 143 

Tripler. William C 144 

Treiad well & Company 149 

Tread well, Leonard L 149 

Taussig, Simonfeld & Co — 176 

Turpin. J 2j8 

Tipton, JabezM 242 

Terrill, Mark 296 

Thompson, William 333 

Thielebein, August 305 

Temple, John 341 

Tyler. John Alexander 346 

Twohig, John 349 

Thompsou, Thomas 354 

Treanor, John 419 

Thibault. John J 421 

Tchuantepec Ship-Canal and Mexican and Pacific Railroad 

Company 491 

Treriiio. Telesforo ?.. 511 

Titcomb. B.B 534 

Thomas. Horace, et al 5«9 

Taylor. James M 610 

Thomas, C.W 648 

Tttmlinson, Joseph 664 

Town of San Elizario 690 

Thorns. Jonathan ^ 715 

Trinidad and San Jo86 Silver-Mining Company 720 

Torre &Labourdette 749 

Townsend. John C 757 

Thompson. William L 765 

Tobi n, James 775 

TeBtard.M. Garcia A 837 

Teel.J. T 838 

Thompson. Michael 968 

Talbert, Thomas A 971 

V. 

Vatellina, A 4 

Vial, Louis 177 ■ 

Virginia Antoinette, schooner 322 

Vincent, Jos. M 502 

Vesseron. Henry B 525 

Valli»,John 5^ 

Vallecillo Mining Company 621 

Vivian, Charles H 651 

Vega, Manuel J. de la 746 

Vizcaya, Francisco 747 

Vallejo, M. J., et al 822 



INDEX. 



103 



No. 

ralIe,Alex 9« 

Vif^I, DonaoUmo ^5 

Vigil, Donaclano, et »l 94« 

W. 

Warren^the Steamboat 38 

Warren, Edgar ■*? 

Webster, Charlee R 60 

Williama, T. G 71 

Widinan, Adolpb, & Brothers 74 

Watters, Abraham 84 

Watters Sc LelchteDstein ^ 

Willis, StiUman D ^ 

WllkinsoD.WilUam.etal 105 

Wilson, Crawford, schooner 116 

WillUm8,JohnF.,etal ^'^ 

Welsh & Allen 155 

Whitehead. Charles 175 

Winn ^Glover 178 

Wolff,EmlUe & Alexander 179 

Wheeler, Charles H., et al 187 

Watson &Chabot 191 

Wolff, H.F 2*2 

Wilson,Peter 235 

Whitfield, D.H 237 

Weldon.Samael 241 

White,George 244 

Wallace, William 259 

Wilcox, Samnel B 2fi0 

Willis, WillUm F 2«l 

Wilson, E. 8 281 

Walden,John 299 

Wbitmer,A.H 310 

Wyse, William A... 331 

Wnlflne, Robert 345 

WenckTer, John Jacob 356 

Wilde, AsaE 368 

Walsh, Joseph 3J*3 

Wallaoe,Lew 425 

Wood.&Heber 433 

Wel8h,RobertS 443 

Well, Benjamin 447 

WilKon, Matilda 451 

Walter. George W 451 

Wilson, Looisiana 451 

Wilson, Alexander, heirs of 45 1 

Whltlng,RK. E 455 

Whiting, Ella J 483 

Woodbonse, Daniel :41,491 

Wing, Aaahel 528 



Na 

Wolfe, JohnN 564 

Wright, Edward 573 

WofMhonse, Humphrey E 595 

White, P. J 632 

Wick8,E. J 633 

Wilkinson, George O 640 

Williams, Frank B 689 

Wood, Ceferlna V. Primm ; 698 

Walker, W. C, et al 721 

Warfleld, Henry M 758 

Wheeler, M, Allison 767 

Wetheman, Edmond 786 

Weil. Lewis 792,793 

Webster, Theodore 810 

Wesche, Charles E 848 

Wolff & Schetleing 854 

Walker, A.A.,etal 863 

Wexel & De Gress i. 893 

Wyman, Benjamin H 911 

Webster, Charles R 921,922 

Wright, James 923 

We8t,Martin V.B 933 

Wilbur, Isaac R 9:« 

Wolff, Daniel 944 

White, Nathaniel 953 

Williams, Michael 973 

Wei ber, George 990 

Williams, Eufalia 1000 

Watkins, Harry 1014 

X. 

Xi mines, Joseph L 836 

Y. 

Tonng, A. S 273 

Yorke, Edward 481 

Ytnria, Francis 553,554 

Young, heirs of John 591 

Terks, Charles T 887 

Young, heirs of John M 962 

Yerkes, Thomas M 1016 

Z. 

Zacharie, James W., cnrator 44 

Zerman, J. N 212 

Zerman. Jean N 613 

Zober, WilUam L., et al 778 

Zapffe, Peter L 861 

Zea, David F 265 



44th Congress, \ SENATE. < Ex. Doc. 

I No. 38. 



2d Session. 



STATEMENT 



OF 



APPROPRIATMS AND EXPENDITURES, 



CIVIL AND MISCELLANEOUS, 



OF THE 



DEPAKTMENT OF STATE, 



FROM 



MARCH 4, 1789, TO eTUNE 30, 1876 



I <^> I 



WASHINGTON: 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1877. 



EBBATA« 

Page 6. — **Compen$atUm of (he Secretary of SUUe/* Expenditures by warrant, and net expenditores, 1854, for |8,413.47 

read 8,413.37. 
Page 9. — **For servioee rendered as Secretary of State," Total expenditures by warrant, for $3,905.40 read 3,905.50. 
Page 2s.—**l!!xpen8e8 of eUUements of fines, penalties, 4'c.," Total repayments, shonld l>e $426.86. 
Page 40.— "Boundary between United States and Mexico," Transfers to, for $40,067.28 read 40,067.26. 
Page M,— "Claims under oonvenUon," Expenditures by warrant, 1809, for $24,410.50 read 24,410.51. 
Page 48. — "Awards under convention," Balanoe $4,945.94, should be below the " Total,^ instead of in the " Surplus fund " 

column. 
Page 53. — "Salaries and expenses Court of Commissioners, ^c," Expenditures by warrant, and net expenditures, 1875, for 

$84,282.75 read 84,282.95; 1876, for $113,006.98 read 113.006.78. 
Page 57. — "Eacpenses of the commission, convention of July 4, 1868,^ $20,981.03 should be a distinct item from " Expenses 

defending claims, &c.," parallel lines omitted. 
Page 66. — "Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse" 1866, Transferred from expenses of Japanese Embassy, for $8,811.30 

read 8,111.30. 
Page 80,— "Marshals for consular courts," Net expenditures, 1874, for $7,252.60 read 7,253.60. 
Page 87,—" Rent of prisons, 4x.," Repayments, 1868, for $956.36 read 955.36. 
Page y:i.— "International EaeposiHan at Vienna," Expenditures by warrant, 1873, for $130,146.26 read 136,146.26. 



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MESSAGE 



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THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 



COMMUNICATING 



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In ansicer to a Senate resolution of February 13, 1877, a statement of appropriations and expenditures^ civil and miscel- 
laneous^ of the Department of State, from March 4, 1789, tp June 30, 1876. 



Februauy 21, 1877. — Read, ordered to lie on the table, and be printed. 



To the Senate of the United States : 

I transmit herewith, in answer to the resolation of the Senate of the 13th instant, a report from the Secre- 
tary of State, with accompanying papers. 

U. S. GRANT. 
Washington, February 15, 1877. 



Department of State, 
Washington, February 15, 1877. 

The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 13th instant, reqnesting the 
President, 'Mf not incompatible with the pablic interest, to transmit to the Senate a statement of the appropria- 
tions and expenditures, civil and miscellaneous, of the Department of State, from the 4th of March, 1789, to June 
30, 1876 ; and also a statement of appropriations <and e?cpenditures on account of foreign intercourse for the same 
period," has the honor, in reply thereto, to transmit herewith statements embracing the information called for by the 
resolution. 

Respectfully submitted. 

HAMILTON FISH. 

To the PREsroENT. 



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Year of expenditure. 



1791 

1792 

1793 

1794 

1795 

179(j 

1797 

1798 

1799 

1800 

1801 

1802 

1803 

1804 

1805 

1806 

1807 

1808 

1809 

1810 

1811 

1812 

1813 

1814 

1815 

1816 

1817 

1818 

1819 

1820 

1821 

1822 

1823 

1824 

1825 

1826 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 

1834 

1835 

1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 . 

1843 . 
1844 

1845 . 

1846 . 

1847 . 

1848 . 

1849 . 

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1851 . 

1852 . 

1853 . 
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1867 . 

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30,892 18 
9, 052 77 
27,211 80 
16,461 79 
42, 904 37 
19,760 47 
26, 406 48 
20,241 35 
27,755 64 
85, 752 50 
47, 013 52 
25, 202 50 
30, 102 50 
42,087 46 
27, 902 50 
35,668 11 
42,713 28 
47,021 46 
32,6:^ 88 
171,960 50 
116, 368 94 
34,976 78 
37, 385 50 
49, 404 50 
51,373 67 
54, 612 00 

103.254 16 
69,232 66 

336, 355 27 

46, 859 76 

47,751 60 

45, 793 51 

61,256 13 

51,892 10 

52, 145 00 

60,577 95 

70, 856 03 

68, 870 03 

705, 834 72 

59,451 00 

95, 909 44 

86,477 06 

105,014 11 

68, 622 06 

98, 953 72 

388, 041 16 

276, 010 24 

2:M,752 79 

940,197 14 

262,937 98 

583, 097 51 

463, 4;i5 64 

549,785 85 

226, 105 05 

211,066 14 

183,074 17 

140,228 19 

291,203 51 

144, 150 77 

327,973 99 

227, 988 05 

529,761 41 

187,667 61 

404, 177 34 

191,648 82 

212,384 69 

115,056 33 

131.255 70 
122, 886 29 
132, 698 60 
124, 303 61 
122,987 55 
125, 664 97 
124,303 19 
148, 200 69 
206,996 42 



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31, 126 10 

9, 619 76 

26,502 17 

16, 382 32 

34, 872 41 

16,736 49 

29, 072 30 

23, 065 32 

27, 859 03 

65,938 66 

44, 270 25 

25, 862 38 

30, 171 35 

25, 362 72 

23, 390 69 

33, 553 02 

38,270 02 

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38, 315 28 

140,808 13 

158,496 19 

34,804 15 

34, 933 75 

41,981 53 

56,848 67 

55, 945 81 

98, 695 82 

68,824 43 

87, 395 25 

270,421 72 

42,457 43 

49,769 62 

45,884 16 

54,529 60 

56, 595 00 

63, 131 79 

73,298 34 

66,079 10 

139,301 49 

390, 164 15 

119,479 03 

88, 259 77 

103,455 41 

67, 906 84 

93, 598 30 

170, 024 80 

273,861 25 

207,806 10 

207, 827 54 

948, 682 95 

643, 578 64 

473. 987 54 
463, 407 58 
229, 135 40 
251,314 81 
205,026 19 
112,222 27 
263, 659 59 
154, 956 92 
335, 530 85 
254, 059 42 
534, 460 86 
160,084 91 
401,782 32 
122, 599 53 

218. 988 92 
122,921 13 
182,745 14 
118,824 43 
157, 177 54 
107, 986 29 
152, 322 05 
124, 738 33 
135, 126 52 
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23, 065 32 

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30, 039 40 

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156,496 19 

34,611 26 

34,933 75 

41,981 53 

56,848 67 

55, 445 81 

98, 695 82 

67, 150 21 

87, 327 99 

266,261 01 

41, 902 03 

46, 590 78 

45, 884 16 

54, 458 12 

56,585 00 

61, 621 27 

73, 298 34 

66,079 10 

138, 231 91 

389, 270 56 

119,442 03 

SS, 193 11 

103, 380 20 

67,906 84 

93, 596 50 

169, 024 80 

273. 827 25 

207,806 10 

206, 995 07 

948, 682 95 

643, 578 64 

473, 987 54 

463, 407 58 

229, 040 80 

251,314 81 

204, 127 76 

112, 222 27 

26:^, 659 59 

154, 956 92 

335, 524 44 

254, 059 42 

534,189 21 

152, 977 47 

401,350 63 

122, 599 51 

218,959 80 

113, 883 62 

182, 700 20 

1 18, 802 43 

139,622 10 

105, 622 94 

152, 322 05 

124, 638 33 

135. 126 52 

150,424 24 

237,634 68 



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1868 . 




(80 68 




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2.37. 148 00 
194, 960 00 
220, 573 90 
2,095,771 76 
1, 712, 570 43 
974, 956 57 
541,530 61 
187, 550 00 


$242, 722 23 

237, 148 00 

189,960 00 

215, 620 19 

889, 453 24 

1, 883, 328 30 

1,072,595 43 

1, 250, 557 98 

363, 140 92 


$1, 782 68 


$1, 782 68 


$240, 939 55 
237. 148 00 


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1870 . 












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1871 . 








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79,571 92 

904 25 

65, 599 13 

1, 738 89 


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211,607 65 


1872 . 








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1.071,691 18 


1874 






$32 42 




1875 . 




137, 765 63 


41,182 31 
77, 646 89 


1. 184. 958 85 


1876 . 






361.402 03 




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290,947 24 


18, 154, 279 46 


17, 587, 629 32 


221, 842 08 


570, 429 02 


17,365,787 24 




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297, 407 22 
221, 842 08 

;73, 528 76 
387,629 32 

[)a5, 899 44 
S70, 429 02 

515, 470 42 
290, 947 24 

224, 523 18 


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APPEOPRIATIONS AKD EXPENDITURES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Recapitulation by flnnual appropriations. 



Year of expend i tare. 



1791 . 

1792 . 

1793 . 

1794 . 

1795 . 

1796 . 

1797 . 

1798 . 

1799 . 

1800 . 

1801 . 

1802 . 

1803 . 

1804 . 
1805. 

1806 . 

1807 . 

1808 . 

1809 ., 

1810 . 

1811 . 

1812 .. 

1813 . 

1814 .. 

1815 . 

1816 ., 

1817 . 

1818 ., 

1819 . 

1820 . 

1821 . 

1822 . 

1823 . 

1824 . 

1825 . 

1826 . 

1827 . 

1828 . 

1829 . 

1830 . 

1831 . 

1832 . 

1833 . 

1834 . 
1835. 
1836. 

1837 . 

1838 . 
1839. 
1840. 

1841 . 

1842 . 

1843 . 

1844 . 

1845 . 

1846 . 

1847 . 

1848 . 

1849 . 

1850 . 

1851 . 

1852 . 

1853 . 

1854 . 

1855 . 

1856 . 

1857 . 

1858 . 
1859. 

1860 . 

1861 . 

1862 . 

1863 . 

1864 . 

1865 . 



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$45,911 37 



22, 197 89 



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20,000 00 



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3,000 00 

38,000 00 

40,000 00 



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22, 197 89 



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20,000 00 



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3,000 00 

28, 000 00 

43,000 00 



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90, 

40, 

1,055, 

40, 

481, 

640, 

528, 

496. 

279, 

564, 

3, 138, 

4, 077, 

302, 

2,431, 

216, 

2,188, 

194, 

243, 

254, 

228, 

266, 

256. 

207, 

247, 

365, 

296, 

457, 

328. 

299, 

317, 

225, 

136. 

5,282, 

329, 

332. 

1,468, 

65, 

192, 

269, 

302, 

338, 

1,003, 

291, 

782. 

473. 

4.860. 

1,106. 

989. 

658, 

455, 

5*M, 

396, 

990, 

371, 

530, 

407, 

442, 

9,232, 

4,156, 

7, 212, 

3,634, 

990, 

10. 630, 

992, 

882, 

1.118, 

1,450, 

922, 

1.115, 

1, 136, 

1,352, 

1, 619, 

1,002, 

1,434, 



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000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
991 00 
905 66 
650 00 
200 00 
000 00 

364 00 
116 67 
703 67 
407 36 
963 38 
750 00 
050 00 
550 00 
050 00 
400 00 
392 67 
000 00 
900 00 

400 00 
250 00 
332 00 
33:^ 32 
336 00 
750 00 
8:« 32 
500 00 
500 00 
000 00 
000 00 
858 37 
804 88 
284 00 
520 46 
908 44 
650 00 
186 34 
381 89 
366 60 
1*28 98 
008 00 
939 48 
873 09 
168 78 
368 61 
849 74 
624 47 
390 82 
325 78 
509 35 
579 40 
950 00 
145 60 
438 74 
264 46 

365 93 
549 16 
387 29 
8:w 25 
448 27 
473 59 
252 56 
043 12 

401 44 
120 00 
025 46 
178 92 
274 79 
709 14 
081 12 
021 50 



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89 

146 

912 

185 

669 

457 

271 

395 

299 

572 

1,131 

1,199 

2,803 

1,773 

586 

320 

214 

130 

269 

404 

224 

201 

291 

415 

287 

427 

315 

254 

212 

179 

308 

5, 144 

386 

234 

665 

1,004 

212 

299 

327 

333 

970 

251 

784 

544 

4,606 

1,222 

1, 108 

687 

443 

569 

401 

638 

714 

413 

409 

451 

6,920 

6,002 

6,261 

4,202 

1,019 

7, 813 

1,023 

3,700 

1,010 

1,418 

1, 123 

1, 162 

1,197 

1,350 

1,260 

1,273 

1,280 



733 33 
766 67 
500 00 
403 51 
685 12 
355 73 
788 54 
428 74 
374 11 
868 32 
341 81 
398 14 
768 95 
044 10 
842 84 
2:^ 05 
932 62 
149 39 
292 85 
517 02 
801 18 
645 16 
213 39 
223 67 
507 76 
854 14 
112 84 
921 72 
8:^2 12 
521 23 
543 91 
977 43 
111 70 
239 34 
333 61 
722 66 
487 86 
6:i7 91 
008 04 
882 17 
697 33 
674 46 
497 39 
956 13 
243 40 
5:^2 09 
465 95 
625 80 
178 97 
886 06 
740 08 
099 66 
318 37 
367 30 
321 68 
081 57 
839 26 
064 53 
662 84 
630 69 
816 45 
968 88 
476 12 
093 58 
693 85 
745 92 
546 52 
5H6 04 
618 40 
064 10 
666 01 
527 44 
043 38 
104 19 
055 11 



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47 
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2 

11 

3 

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68 

49 

26 

58 

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22 

141 

15 

49 

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18 

24 

26 



580 14 

665 08 
721 30 
177 32 
a55 90 
814 07 
975 75 
106 28 
156 56 
986 81 
050 23 
896 71 
941 87 
272 38 
385 37 
615 72 
848 :)9 
116 87 
491 82 

718 18 
151 19 
433 16 
122 92 
993 14 
139 51 
667 3(1 
331 03 
360 99 
444 25 
145 08 
913 39 
143 33 
493 39 
101 51 
393 78 
795 33 
149 44 
710 83 
634 20 

719 39 
607 91 
329 51 
908 25 
252 33 
287 64 
751 84 
789 02 
760 16 
471 52 

666 12 
771 88 
389 29 
647 29 
604 82 
281 27 
686 59 
130 53 
368 87 
077 32 
671 53 
920 31 
979 10 
300 78 
718 35 
no 53 
285 01 



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318, 
63, 
14, 
48, 
91, 
2, 157, 

121, 

17, 
2,007, 
24, 
80, 
59, 
74, 
38, 
53, 
25, 
25. 
24. 
3, 



090 77 
405 28 
877 08 
005 17 
354 37 
497 11 
070 76 
:W7 58 
007 35 
432 53 
000 00 
405 32 
417 66 
620 69 
574 05 
387 15 
183 50 
893 04 
000 00 
046 64 



31,837 64 

84, 952 21 

57. 072 45 

7,448 79 

23,047 85 

1,808 69 

6,360 99 

11,065 98 

22, 106 11 

98 49 



IHO 30 



30, 493 43 
2,200 62 
9. 242 26 
5, 036 6:^ 
103 92 
76 49 
2, 809 44 
9,966 92 





3, 627 90 


101,823 50 


45, 639 08 




13, 684 92 
""41,'6i3'78 



502, 905 26 
5, 393 49 
26, 507 73 
13,737 51 
16, 629 56 
36,591 51 
387 98 



8, 460 44 
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$14,733 33 
78, 766 67 
89,500 00 
146, 403 51 
912.685 12 
184, 8^ 64 
669, 788 54 

457. 428 74 
271,374 11 
395,288 18 
295. 676 73 
550,676 84 

1,048,591 62 

1,106.188 20 

2. 798, 028 77 

1.760,261 30 

577,826 34 

304, 992 Si\ 

166, :W6 04 

80. 466 79 

264. 904 47 

347.703 29 

2U9.941 01 

176. 838 30 

290,892 04 

361,005 75 

281,995 97 

420. 429 90 
284,113 94 
253, 370 04 
207, 110 75 
163, 854 51 
292, 118 56 

5, 140, 099 83 
371.666 25 
232, 391 63 
659, 126 87 

1,001,193 66 
204. 862 96 
293. 968 78 
298,554 00 
325, 181 07 
955,395 88 
241,563 35 
774, 448 07 
533,382 65 

4, 603, 755 12 

1.214,991 €0 
986,459 ^ 
683, 27& \^ 
428,410 ^\ 
563,191- *\ 
400, 06^ f. 
636, 07^ f 
702, 56^ ?* 
409,29^^ 
405,07^1^ 
448, 5»^?^ 

6, 908, 9»^3 72 

5, 990, 85p^«=^ ?i 
6,256,4Jr3lJ 

4, 196, 3-^ ^ ^ 
950,8r^ ^ 



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31 



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3.642,6t^f 
999, IT'^ ^ 
1,396,5C^72 

981, 94^ ^ 
1, 146, l^f 79 

1,339,226 65 
l,241,:ft25(W 
1.248,993 6« 
1,253,770 10 



APPEOPEIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OP THE DEPARTMENT OP STATE. 



103 



Recapitulation by annual appropriations — Continned. 



Year of expenditure. 



1866 . 
1^67 . 

1868 . 

1869 . 

1870 •. 

1871 . 

1872 . 

1873 . 

1874 . 

1875 . 

1876 . 



Total ... 
Balance 



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$79,111 30 



41 46 



2,580 11 



323,342 13 



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$73,111 30 
45, OOO 00 



41 46 



2, 50 11 



1 90 



355,:Vt4 03 



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$1,501, 
2, 168, 
1, 493, 
8,507, 
1,268, 
1.675, 
2, 200, 
* 1, 954, 

17,038, 
3.417, 
8, 195, 



a52 30 
072 66 
512 76 
175 65 
889 72 
533 93 
400 
061 
486 94 
116 80 
857 45 



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89 



142, 164. 286 15 



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$1,377, 
1,815, 
1,505, 
8, 441. 
1.514, 
1, 652, 
1,957, 
1,754. 

17, 169, 
3,299, 
7, 920, 



098 12 
969 86 
301 65 
836 52 
922 99 
367 13 
805 31 
322 32 
192 63 
927 39 
265 77 



135,302,905 92 



a 

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$39,999 08 

17,661 88 

62, 669 65 

150. 665 47 

23, 708 46 

47,761 22 

119,416 86 

182. 636 79 

146,088 97 

105. 108 91 

70.676 48 



2,420,877 61 



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$1,800 00 

323 16 

518,538 62 

105, 000 00 

3,700 80 

206.658 'rs' 
44, 142 22 



603, 300 88 
135, 836 78 



8.002,457 03 



1,247,798 91 



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$1, 337, 
1, 79H, 
1.442, 

•8,291. 
1.491, 
1,604. 
1,838, 
1.571, 
1 17, C23, 
3, 194, 

t7,849. 



099 04 
307 98 
632 00 
171 05 
214 53 
605 91 
388 45 
685 53 
103 66 
818 48 
589 29 



132, 862, 028 31 



* 1869 includes purchase of Alaska, $7,200,000. t 1874 includes Geneva award, investment account, $15,500,000. 

t 1876 includes judgments of court of Alabama claims, $6,^38,071.44. 

PROOF. 

Appropriations $142,164,286 15 

Repayments 2,420,877 61 

Transfers to 323,342 13 

144, 908, 505 89 
Expenditures by warrants *. 135,302,905 92 

9, 605, 599 97 
Surplus fund 8,002.457 03 

1, 603, 142 94 
Transfers from 355,344 03 

Balance 1,247,798 91 



104 



APPROPKIATIONS AOT) EXPENDITURES OF THE DEPARTMENT OP STATE. 



Appendix. — Receipts an a>ccount of Foreign Intereouraej dkc. 



Consular receipts under section 2, act April 14, 
1792, (1 Statutes, 254.) 

1812 11.161 14 

1825 4 2,292 10 

1829 133 98 

1831 2,519 11 

1832 1,884 52 

1834 53 70 

1835 972 06 

1840 142 18 

1841 360 35 

1842 121 80 

1843 165 42 

1845 1,019 69 

1847 1,119 33 

1849 5,823 20 

1850. 1,352 40 

1851 285 05 

ia>2 311 07 

18.^>3 3,401 08 

1854 1,768 84 

1855 5.583 13 

1856 5,162 95 

1857 1,539 70 

18,'»8 629 86 

1859 1,H27 66 

1860 1,199 55 

1861 2,107 76 

1862 1,635 97 

1863 1,442 35 

1864 3,088 50 

18(i5 7,845 57 

1866 1,316 55 

1807 5,745 53 

1868 4,716 18 

1869 1 6,856 25 

1870 5,662 98 

1871 3,576 13 

1872 14,325 77 

1873 1,658 88 

1874 2,414 23 

1875 , 386 47 

Total 103,659 05 



Consular receipts under section 3, act February 
28, 1803, (2 Statutes, 203.) 

1806 $153 56 

1807 957 20 

1809 1,383 81 

1810. 141 00 

1811 2,035 00 

1813 145 28 

1815 433 40 

1816 605 83 

Total 5,855 08 



Receipts on account of fees of consuls, act March 
1, 1855, (10 Statutes, 619.) 

1856 $52,407 09 

1«>7 159,713 86 

1858 131,687 19 

ia59 111,442 48 

1860 96,267 63 

1861 85,661 57 

1862 119,097 82 

1863 119,,512 80 

1864 164,033 27 

1865 328,499 45 

1866 291,667 93 

1867 469,018 49 

1868 393,927 39 

1869 592,800 55 

1870 502,268 63 

1871 561,987 11 

1872 586,817 06 

1873 545,883 94 

1874 515,782 63 



1875 $.566,022 45 

1876 643,267 98 

Total 7,037,767 32 

Payments awarded under first article of treaty of 

Ghent. 

1827 $1,204 960 00 

Sale of hotel and lot at the Hague, belonging to the 

United States, 

1829 $2,600 00 



First, second, and third installments for claims 
under convention with Denmark of March 28, 
1828, (8 Statutes, 402.) 

ia31 $449,249 53 

1833 221,315 17 

Total 670,564 70 

Note.— See page 46, ante. 

Moneys awarded by the Brazilian government to 
the crew of the brig Sarah George for wages 
and interest. 



1834 



$2,567 43 



Moneys received for claims under convention with 
King of the Two Sicilies of October 14, 1832, (8 
Statutes, 442.) 

1835 $516,332 96 

1837 268,496 92 

1838 211,294 47 

1839 221,035 96 

1840 ^ 372,980 80 

1841 60,794 64 

1842 200,973 70 

1843 197,123 67 

Total 2,049,033 12 

Note. — See page 59, ante. 

Moneys received under first article of convention 
vjith King of the Two Sicilies of October 14, 
1832, (8 Statutes, 442,^ for transportation of 
American seamen from Naples in 1810. 



1835. 



$6,235 34 



Moneys received for claims under convention with 
France of July 4, 1831, (8 Statutes, 430.) 

1837 $4,253,109 64 

1838 589,700 23 

1839 381,809 91 

Total 5,224,619 78 

Note. — See page 48, ante. 

For claims under convention mth Queen of Spain 
of February 17, 1834, (8 Statutes, 460.) 

1638 $60,671 92 

Note. — See page 61, ante. 

Money deposited with Baring Bros. 4" ^o. of 

London. 



1838. 



$28 67 



From United States consul at Havana on aooount 
of certain individuals. 



1839 



$1,612 32 



Indemnity for slaves seized at Nassau by authority 
of the British government. 



1841 



$7,695 28 



Fhnn the Danish government for mudding duties 
* erroneously charged. 



1841 



$481 90 



From the Portuguese government on account of 
the brig Ann, of Boston. 



1641 



$1, 191 97 



For claims under convention with Mexican Re- 
public of April 11, 1839, (8 Statutes, 526,) in- 
cluding interest. 

1844 $671,436 ^ 

Note.— See page 56, ante. 

Moneys received under convention between the 
United States and Peru of March 17, 1841, (8 
Statutes, 570.) 

1648 $67,944 00 

1849 37,200 00 

1850 37,841 62 

1851 78,507 25 

1852 42,000 00 

1853 43,20000 

1854 37,708 44 

1855 •. 37,718 50 

1856 14,908 81 

Total 397,028 02 

Note. — See page 59, ante. 

Moneys received under convention between the 
United States and Brazil of January 27, 1849, 
(9 Statutes, 971.) 

1851 $42.113 03 

1853 280,422 95 

Total 322,535 98 

Note. — See page 45, ante. 

Receipts from government of United States of 
Colombia, representing the former government 
of New Granada, under convention oetweem the 
United States and New Granada of September 
10, 1857. 

1864. $l«.23l55 

1865 8,500 00 

18(57 10,000 00 

1868 171,397 00 

1873 114,307 10 

1875 22,«7l66 

Total 345,307 31 

Received on account of Pembroke indemnity monen- 
1867 $1.11080 



APPROPEIATIOS3 AND EXPBNDITUBES OP THE DEPARTMENT OP STATE, 



105 



Appendix. — Receipts on account of Foreign Intercourse^ &c. — Continoed. 



On account of Peruvian indemnity in excesB of 

daima. 



1873 



$4 4t 



From money received from the British government 
in payment of the atvard made by the tribunal 
of arbitration at Geneva, 

1874 $15,500,000 00 



Note. — See page 53, ante. 



From paseport-feee, 

1875 $27,600 00 

1876 18,560 00 

Total 46,160 00 

Proceeds of sale of Government property. 

1872 $168 05 

1873 530 29 

1874 1,272 13 

1875 17,6:59 04 

1876 11,997 18 

Total 31,606 69 



Amount saved to the Government out of the dis' 
patch-bag found in Paris. 



1874 



$5, 535 51 



Re-imbursement to the United States of one-half of 
5 per cent, of expenses of United States and 
British Claims Commiseion. 



1875 



$48, 245 48 



Copying-fees. 



1876 



$269 84 



RECAPITULATION OF RECEIPTS. 

Consular receipts, act April 14, 1792 $103,659 05 

Consular receipt*, act February 28, 1803 5,855 08 

Consu^tr fees, act March 1, 1855 7,037,767 32 

Payments awarded under Ist article of treaty of Ghent 1, 204, 960 00 

Sale of hotel and lot at the Hague, belonging to the United States 2,600 00 

First, second, and third installments for claims under convention with Denmark 670,564 7o 

Moneys awarded by the Brazilian government to the crew of the brig Sarah George, for wages and interest 2,567 43 

For claims under convention with King of The Two Sicilies. 2,049,033 12 

Under 1st article of convention with King of The Two Sicilies, for transportation 6,235 34 

For claims under convention with France 5, 224, 619 78 

For claims nnder convention with Queen of Spain - 60,671 92 

Money deposited with Baring Brothers & Co., of London 28 67 

From United States consul at Havana on account of certain individuals 1,612 32 

Indemnity for slaves seized at Nassau by authority of the British government 7,695 28 

From the Danish government, for muddlng duties erroneously charged 481 90 

From the Portuguese government, on account of the crew of the brig Ann, of Boston « 1, 191 97 

For claims nnder convention with Mexican Republic, including interest 671,436 35 

Under convention between the United States and Peru 397,028 62 

Under convention between the United States and Brazil 322,535 98 

From government of United States of Colombia, representing the former government of New Granada 345, 307 31 

On account of Pembroke indemnity money 1, HO 80 

On account of Peruvian indemnity in excess of claims 4 41 

From the British government in payment of the Geneva award 15,500,000 00 

Passport-fees ? 46,160 00 

Proceeds of sale of Government property 31,606 69 

Amount saved to the Government out of dispatch-bag found in Paris 5,535 51 

Re-imbursement of one-half of five per cent, of expenses of United States and British Claims Commission 48,245 48 

Copying-fees 269 84 

Total 33,748,784 87 



S. Ex. 38 14 



/ 



106 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OP THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



APPENDIX. 

EXPLANATION OF DIFFERENCES. 

In making a comparison of the annual net eKpenditnres on account of foreij^n intercourse, as shown by the rable on paj^es 102 and 103, and 
the table in the Finance Report for 1876, pai^es 600 and 602, several ditferences appear, the causes of which are as follows : 



Year. 



Cause of difference. 



1802 

ItiOa 

1804 

1H04 

1806 

1810 

1814 

1816 

1822 

1826 

1827 

1829 

1830 

1835 

18:^7 

1838 

1839 

1842 

1843 

1845 

1861 

1864 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1869 

1871 

1874 

1874 



1875 
1876 
1876 



> Entered as receipts and credited appropriation account < 



Repayment in excess of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayments " for public property sold," 

Repayment in excess Of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayments in excess of expenditures. 

Repayments in excess of expenditures. 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayments in excess of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayment in excess of expenditures. 

Repayment in excess of expenditures, 

Repayment in excess of expenditures, 

Repayments in excess of expenditures, 

Typographical error in table of expenditures in Finance Report for 1876 , 

S.»ymr is :ir of S^endK (^■>'«"^ " --P* -d --l'*-^ t" appropriatioo account. 

Typographical error in table of expenditures in Finance Report for 1876 

Prepaiing maps of boundaries, &;c., included in civil-list expenditures 

Expenses under habeas-corpus act, ^ 

Expenses under habeas-corpiis act, I ^^^^^^^ -^^ miscellaneous expenditures 

Expenses under habeas-corpus act, [ *"^*" '^^ *" """^^""y^^"" ^-^i'^""***"'^ 

Expenses under habeas-corpus act, J 

Purchase of Alaska, included in civil-list expenditures 

Outstanding warrant, relief of N. P. Trist 

Geneva-award, included in miscellaneous expenses in Finance Report for 1876 

Difference in classification between ** Inquiries into depredations on Texan frontier," (see page 93, ante,) 
included in " Miscellaneous expenses," in Finance Report for 1876, and *' Relief of W. H. Vesey," (see 
page 38, ante) 

Difference in outstanding warrants 

Difference in outstanding warrants 

Judgments of Court of Alabama Claims included in miscellaneous expenses in Finance Report for 1876. 



Reference. 



R. <& 



Ex., p. 


15 




15 




14 




14 




14 




15 




16 




15 




12 




13 




12 




8 




8 




9 




8 




8 




11 



Page 
R. «Sr. 

Page 
R. <& 



R. <& 



Page 



(( 



600 
Ex., p. 9 
" 18 

600 
Ex., p. 242 
" 266 
" 308 
Ex., p. 376 
•* 358 
** 3'22 

420 

602 



602 



Page 



602 



Amount. 



$249 09 

62,243 15 

79, 06:i 86 

1,403 51 

160 00 

900 69 

341 67 

3, 614 65 

1,025 00 

327 45 

85 00 

2, 902 89 

98 49 

302 21 

150 28 

103 92 

1, 208 34 

90 00 

500 00 

67 38 

100 00 

3,000 00 

6,100 00 

3,000 00 

21,350 00 

5,000 00 

7,200,000 00 

14,559 90 

15,600,000 00 



533 43 

418 75 

1,265 35 

6,438,071 44 



► 



I]SrDEX. 



Page. 

Abttracts— 

Of former census of United States, preparing .S5,28 

Aeamdco — 

Cemetery 93 

AoeowUs — 

Settlement of 89 

Additional — 

Clerks 10 

Compensation to clerks 10 

Salary to disbursing clerks 10 

Aeuthnett — 

Ship 35 

Advertising — 

And printing 13 

Agency — 

For northeastern boundary, expenses .' 69 

Agent — 

Of the Sublime Porte . 78 

Agents — 

Of tobacco in Europe 78 

Under sixth article of treaty with Great Britain 49 

Alaban%a — 

Claims 53 

Claims, salaries, Sec, commissioners, court of 53 

AUnerg — 

Treaty of September 5, 1795 44 

Allowance — 

To widows and heirs of diplomatic officers abroad 84 

AlUnoances — 

Return 83 

A manuentis — 

Salary of private 72 

Amelia — 

Barque 96 

American — 

Consulate at London, expenses of 69 

Continent, missions to independent nations on 63 

American and Mexican OommigHon — 

Salary and expenses of 57 

American geamen— 

Relief and protection of 84-86,90 

Rescuing from shipwreck 88 

Transportation from Naples, of 104 

Amoy — 

IMson, &c., at 91 

Ann — 

Brig, moneys received from Portuguese government on account of 104 

Annual Appropriations — 

liecapitulation by 42,43,102,103 

Annual StUute» — 

Editing, publishing, &.c 20 

Appropriations — 

Recapitulation by annual ^ .42. 43, 102 103 

Recapitulation by specitic 40, 41, 98, 100 

Unexpended, carried to the surplus fund 97 

Archives — 

American, documentary history of the Revolution 28 

Florida 89 

Preservation of «i9 

Spanish, inventory of documents and 32 

Armstead, Theodore — 

And others, relief of 35 

Arrearages — 

Clerk to bring up 10 

For enforcing neutrality laws, pa^'ment of 33 

ArticU, Ji/th— 

Of treaty of August 9, 1^42, payment to States under 22 

Assistant Secretary of State — 

Compensation of , 9 

AstronomicaL — 

Computations, maps, &c SKJ 

Atlantic — 

Cable, expense of telegraphing dispatches over 19 

Fisberi«», preservation of 1 33 

A ttorneyn- General — 

Opinions of 29 



'■ 



AudtJ>on''» — 

Birds and Qoadrupeds of America S9 

Award — 

By Geneva tribunal ; investment account 53 

Awards — 

To British claimants 53 

Under convention with Brazil 45 

Under convention with Central America 45 

Under convention with France ' 48 

Under convention with Great Britain 50 

Under convention with Mexico , 56 

Under convention with Peru, March 17. 1841 58 

Uuder convention with Peru of 18^ and 1864 59 

Under convention with Peru, December 4, 1^8 59 

Under convention with King of the two Sicibes 59 

Under convention with Spain : 61 

Under fifteenth article of treaty with Mexico 57 

Under first article of treaty with Great Britain 50 

Under seventh article of treaty with Great Britain 40 

Under treaty with Spain, February 22, 1819 69 

B. 

Baring Bros. <§ Oo.-^ 

Of London, money deposited with 104 

Bartlett, Edmund 74 

Basle— 

In Switzerland, office-rent of consul at 67 

Belgium— 

Expenses of treaty between United States and 44 

Berlin, rfc. — 

Diplomatic and consular war expenses in ^ 83 

Beyrut — 

Salary of consul to 77 

Biennial Register — 

Printing, binding, &o 27 

Binding — 

Books and music in the copyright bureau 19 

Stationery, &c 15 

The Biennial Register 27 

Birds of America — 

Audubon's, and Quadrupeds 29 

Black John 74 

Blank Books— 

Binding, &o. 15 

Stationery, &o 68 

Books- 
Binding and mnsio in copyright bureau 19 

For the library, purchaseof 18 

Maps, printing, &c 18 

Of General Washington, purchaseof papersand 28 

Boundary — 

Between United States and British possessions 53 

Between United States and British possessions, survey of 53 

Betweeen United States and British provinces 22 

Between the United States and Mexico, and paying the officers of the com- 
mission ■. 23,24 

Between the United States and Texas 22 

Line, north€»astem 22 

Line runninfl: between United Statesand Mexico 23 

Maps of, under treaty of Washington 33 

Bradshaw, Samuel 30 

Brazil — 

Commission, exx>enses of 45 

Contingent expenses of commission. 45 

Convention of January 27, 1849, awards under 45 

Rej^tayment to 93 

United Statesand, convention between 104 

Brazilian government — 

Mone;ir awarded to crew of Sarah George by 104 

Brecken ridge, Henry M 32 

Brent, Daniel 74 

Brent, Thomas L. L 74 

firig— 

Ann, mon^s received from Portuguese government on account of 104 

" Falcon 35 

Sarah George, money awarded by Brazilian government to crew of 104 



108 



INDEX. 



Brigantine — 

MoUy 31 

BritUh America — 

Salary of consal-general to 79 

British Claimant* — 

Awards to 53 

Britith Oovemment — 

Indemnity for slaves seized at Nassau by 104 

Money awarded by Gr«ueva tribunal paid by 105 

British Poggestions — 

Survey of boundary between United States and 53 

British ProvineeM — 

Commission for rnnniog line between United States and 22 

Brovm Oeorge F 74 

Brown John P 96» 

Building — 

Bringing gas-pipes around Executive , 33 

Fence around Northeast Executive 32 

For State and Treasury Departments 32 

For temporary accommodation of Department of State 19 

For theStatej War, and Navy Departments 39 

KoHbeast Executive, contingent expenses of 14 

Northeast Executive, superintendent, ^l&c., for 8 

Gildings and Orour^ds — 

In China ft 

€. 

Califomia — 

HiHtory of Oregon and .' 28 

Campbell, Alexander — 

Relief of 31 

CapitcUization— 

Of Scheldt dues 44 

Cape Spartel Light .* 93 

Cases — 

For models in Patent-Office 13,14 

Catharine, Slaver 35 

CathcarU J. L— 

Relief of 32 

Cemetery — 

At Acapulco 92 

At Malaga 93 

Near city of Mexico, ground for 33, 92 

Centtus — 

Expenses in taking 24 

First to sixth 24, «5 

Preparing abstracts of former 25,26 

Central America — 

Convention of September 10, 1857 45 

Expenses of commission v 45 

Chargi d' Affaires— 

Acting, to Rnssia 78 

At Madrid, salary and outfit 80 

Outfits of ministers and 81 

Salaries of 71 

Chnp, William W 74 

China — 

Commercial relations with 81 

Commissioner and consuls in 80 

Convention of November 8, 1858 46 

Ex{>enses of commission 46 

Salaries of consuls tn .• 77 

Salary of secretary, &c., to mission to 77 

Church, Edward 30 

Citizens — 

At San Juan de Nicaragua 90 

Consular officers not. 81 

Civil tAst 4 

Claimants — 

Awards t6 British '. 53 

Claims— 

Alabama 53 

Convention with Ecuador for atUnstment of 47 

Hudson's Bay and Piiget 5>ound Company 52 

Inhabitants of West Florida 21 

King of Sweden 90 

Payment of liquidated, Mexico 56 

Peruvian indemnity, excess of 104 

Republic of Texas 90 

TTuder convention with Denmark 46-104 

* Under convention with Franco 47-104 

Under convention with Mexico , 104 

Under convention with Spahi 104 

Under convention with Spain ninth article of treaty 21-61 

Under convention with tne twoSicUios 104 

Clay, J. R 74 

Clerk— 

Disbursing, additional salary to 10 

Extra hire and copying 9 

Clerk— 

Of pardons, relief of 38 

To Dring up arrearages 10 

Clerks— 

Additional 10 

Additional compensation to \\'., lo 

And messengers, office of Secretary !.*.... 6 

Machinist Sec., in Patent-Office 8 

Of Secretary, compensation of '.'....',... 4 

Colombia — 

Coram ission, expenses of 46 

Convention of February 10, 1864 .....'../.. ....1. 46 

Moneys received from i 104 

Comet arui Econium — 

Slaves lost from 35 

Kj<nnm,ercial — 

Dieest, additional 26 

Relations with China 81 

Statistics, Pitkin'a !".'.'...'.'.*.*.*!!'.!. .'."IT. 26 

Commercial Agent-~- 

At St. Christopher, disbursement of . 90 

At St Martin '...'...'.... 90 



Page. 

CommistUm — 

Between United States and Spain, salaries and expenses of 61 

Brazil, contingent expenses of 45 

Brazil, expenses of 45 

Central America, expenses of 45 

China, expenses of 46 

Colombia, expenses of , 46 

Compensation of Mexican Boundary 23 

Denmark, expenses of 46 

For paying officers of United States and Mexican BoundiuT r 23. 24 

For running boundary between United States and British provinces 22 

France, 1803, expenses of 47 

France, 1831. expenses of 47 

Great Britain, expenses of 50.52-61 

Great Britain, incidental expenses 50,51 

Great Britain, salaries of 51 

Mexico, contingent expenses 57 

Mexico, expenses of 57 

Spain, contingent exi>ensesof ; 62 

Spain, expenses of 60 

Two Siciues, expenses of 59 

United States and Mexican Claims, contingent expenses 58 

United States and Mexican Claims, saUiries of 58 

Venezuela, expenses of 62 

dymmissioner — 

And consuls in China 80 

Compen-satiou of Mexican Boundary X3 

Salary of, Great Britain 51 

To China % 76 

To Liberia HI 

To Sandwich Islands 76 

Comimissioners— 

Alabama Claims, ralaries, &o S3 

Ownpensation — 

Additional, to clerks 10 

Assistant Secretary , 9 

Certain diplomatic services 74 

Commissioners, du)., Mexican Boundary 23 

Secretary of State 5 

Secretary of State, his clerks, &o 4 

Com/ederaticm — 

And Washington papers 28 

Congress — 

Confederation, publishing foreign correspondence 2C 

Of Panama, mission to 62 

Publishing foreign correspondence of 27 

Continents — 

And islands of America, Dr. Kohl's maps 30 

Contingent ExpenHs 11 

Commission — Brazil 45 

Commission — Mexico '57 

Commission — Spain 62 

Foreign intercourse 65,66 

Incidt^ntal and 63 

Including printing and packing 12,13 

M issions abroad 67 

Northeast executive building 14 

Patent-Office 15 

United States and Mexican Claims Commission 58 

Contingencies — 

Office-rent and 68,69 

Constitution — 

Of the United States, convention which formed S6 

Consul — 

Basle, Switzerland, office-rent 67 

Beyrut, salary of 77 

Havana, money received from 104 

Consular — 

Courts, marshals for 80 

Drafts, loss by exchange of 83 

Officers not citizens 81 

War expenses in Madrid, &.o 83 

Cons^Uar Receipts 20.951 

ActAprill4,1792 104 

Act February 28, 1803 104 

Consulate — 

Kanagawa, interpreter to PI 

London, expenses of 69 

Consulates — 

In Turkey 74 

Salary of interpreters to 79 

Consul- Central — 

xVlexandria, salary of 77 

British America, salary of 79 

Simoda, salary of 79 

ConstUs — 

Commissioner to China and 80 

In China, salaries of 77 

London and Paris, salaries of '. 75 

Salaries of 78,79 

Convention w^th — 

BrazU 45 

Central America 45 

China 46 

Colombia 46 

Denmark 46 

Denmark, claims under 104 

Ecuador 47 

France 47 

France, awards 48 

France, claims under 104 

Great Britain 49 

Mexico 55-57-104 

Mexico, awards 56 

New Grenada 104 

Peru 58,59-104 

Spain 61-i04 

Two Sicilies » 59 

Venezuela 62 

Copper mines — 

Lake Superior, exploring 31 



HfDEX. 



109 



Copper-plate — 

B00K8, maps, Sco 18,19 



Copying- 
ExtP 



Sxtra clerk-hire and 9,10 

Otpyrighi — 

Bureau, binding books, music, &.o 19 

Oorre^pondence— 

Confederation ConprtSA, publishing, &o 90 

Diplomatic, from 1776 to 1783 30 

Diplomatic, third volume ! 99 

Of Congress, publishing 27 

Sparks's Diplomatic 5J7 

OoHa Rica — 

New Grenada, &o 45 

Oourt-Houte — 

And Jail in Japan, rent of 88 

Oourtji — ~ 

Consular, marshals for 80 

Omoper, John — '' 

Relief of 33 

Oraw/ord, Jamee — 

Relief of 30 

Cutler, Daniel^ and Brother — 

Relief of 31 

]>. 

Dana, FVaikrit— 

Relief of 30 

Vaninh Oovemment — 

Moneys received for mudkfifijr duties from 104 

Davezae, Auffiuta ' 74 

Deeieione — 

Of Supreme Court, reports of the 88,29 

Denmark-- 

Claims under convention with 104 

Commission; expenses of 46 

Convention, claims under 46 

Convention of March 28, 1830 ; 46 

Ful filling certain articles of treaty 46 

Department of State — 

Hire of suitable building for 19 

Relief of clerk of pardons 38 

Diplomatic — 

And consular war expenses in Madrid, Paris, See 83 

Correspondence of the United States, thii-d volume 29 

Correspondence of UuitcKi 5>tates 27 

Correspondence of United States from 1776 to 1783 30 

Intercourse, Mexico, renewal of 56 

Officers, allowance to widowsand heirs of 84 

Services, compensation for certain 74 

Diibureements — 

On account of Swedish snow Maria •. 31 

Dieburnng — 

Clerk, additional salary to 10 

Documente — 

And archives, inventory of Spanish 32 

Packing and distributing laws and 18 

Relative to history of United States 28 

Storage of laws and 32 

Dorham^ Jacob tt Oo SO 

Dra/te— 

Loss by exchange of consular 83 

Duntap it Olaypool — 

RcUof of 30 



East Florida — 

Ri'lief of certain inhabitants of 38 

Ecuador — 

Convention of November 25, 1862 47 

Edxtinq — 

Puolishing, &c., revised and annual statutes 90 

EUieton and John Perot — 

Relief of 31 

Engraving — 

Maps, views, &o 24 

Erie, uoop qf war 90 

Europe — 

Tobacco-agents in 76 

Exchange — 

Of consular drafts, loss by 83 

Executive Building — 

Bringiug fence around northeast 32 

Bringing gas-pipes around 33 

Superintendent, dec, for northeast 8 

Exhibition — 

At Paris, 1867 , 91 

Expen*e-~ 

Of priae causes 86 

Of statement of fines, penalties, 6cq 27 

Recording patents, relative to 15 

Expen»ee — 

. And salaries of commission. United States and Spain 61 

Commissioners of Alabama claims 53 

Contingent 11. 12 

Con ti ngen t, f orei irn intercourse >. 65, 66 

Contingent, incidental and 11 

Contingent, including printing and packing the laws 12, 13 

Contingent, of commission to Spain 62 

Contingent, of missions abroad 67 

Ctmt ingent. of northeast executive building 14 

Incidental and contingent 62 

Incidental, commission Great Britain, 1653 50, 51 

In taking the census 24 

Expen»e» qf — 

Agency for Northeastern boundary 69 

American and Mexican Commission , 57 

American consulate at London 69 

Commission, convention with King of two Sicilies 59 

Commission, France, 1803 and 1831 47 



Pa£e. 
Expen»e»of^ 

Commission, Great Britain %, 50,51 

Commission, Mexico 56,57 

Commission, Paraguay, 1859 58 

Commission, treaty Mlay 8, 1871, Great Britain 52 

Commission, treaty Febroary 17 and 22, 1819 and 1834, Spain 60 

Commission with firazil 45 

Commission with Centntl AmOTica 45 

Commission with China 46 

Commission with Colombia 46 

Commission with Denmark 1 .* 46 

Convention of January 12, 1863, with Peru 59 

Explanation of differences 106 

Foreign intercourse 62,64 

Patent-Office, contingent 15 

Printing proceedings of convention 26 

Treaty between United States and Belgium 44 

Under fourth article treaty February 17, 1834 '. 61 

Under the Aofteof eorpta act 89 

Under the neutrality act 89 

Venezuela Commisflion 02 

Exploring — 

Copper mines in Lake Superior 31 

Expontion — * 

At Vienna, International 93 

Extra — 

t^ Clerk-hire and copying .9,10 

Expenses, intercourse with foreign nations 64 

F. 

Famumy Oeorge M. 96 

Feet— 

Consuls 104 

Copying 105 

From passports 105 

Fence— 

Around northeast exeontive building 39 

Finee— 

Expenses of a statement of 97 

Fisheries — 

Atlantic, preservation of 33 

Fixtures, die— 

For models in the Patent-Ofl&ce 13,14 

Florida— 

Archives 89 

Claims under treaty with Spain 21 

Foreign — , 

Claims commissioners, reports of 30 

Nations, extra expenses, intercourse with 64 

ForMn Intercourse — 

Contingent expenses of 65,66 

Expenses of 62-64 

Treaties 44 

Forfeitures, rfc. — 

Expense of a statement of penalties 27 

^France — 

Awards under convention of 1831 48 

Claims under convention 47, 104 

Convention of April 30, 1803 47 

Convention of July 4, 1831 47 

Convention of September .10, 1800 47 

Expenses of commission 1831 47 

Franklin — 

Ship ^ 35 

French — 

Seamen, pension to 88 

FulJUUng— 

Certain articles of treaty with Denmark ^ 46 

Mb Third article of treatv with Mexico 57 

Treaty of May 8, 1871, with Great Britain 52 

Funeral — 

Obsequies of the late Secretary of State 33 

O. 

Qas-pitoes— 

Bringing around executive building 33 

Geneva tribunal — 

Award by, investment account 53 

Ghent— 

Treaty December 24, 1814 49 

Treaty of, payments awarded under 104 

Gibson, EdtoardJL 32 

Gordon's Digest — 

Of thelawsof theUnitod States 27 

Government — 

Of Texas, messenger to the S3 

Property, sale of 105 

Removaj of seat of 30 

Great Britain— 

Agents under sixth article of treaty 49 

Awards under convention 50 

Awanls imder first article of treaty .V) 

Awards under seventh article of treaty 49 

Convention of January 8, 1802 49 

Documents relative to' public offices of 28 

Expenses of commission 50. 51 

Fulfilling treaty of May 8, 1871 ;V2 

Incidental expenses commission 1853 50, .'il 

Reciprocity treatv February 8, 1853 ."iO 

Treaty June 15, 1846 51 

Treatyof May8, 1871 52 

Treaty of November 9, 1794 48 

Treaty with, to settle claims Hudson's Bay and other companies 52 

Work' under reciprocity treaty 51 

Cfreenhow, Robert 28 

Habeas corpus— 

Act, expenses under the 80 



110 



rsiDEx. 



SaeHey, JL A— 

Relief of ^ 32 

Sale of hotel and lot at the 104 

JBamUton, Alexander — 

Papers of the late 39 

Hanover — 

Treaty of November 6, 1861 , 54 

HatUU, JirilUam— 

SeUef of 39 

Havtma — 

United States conral at, moneys received fiom 104 

HazUhuret. I§aae 30 

Hawaiian Jslands — 

Visit of King; of... 93 

Higginson, Nathania CkUtot 31 

Historjf — 

Of Orefiron and California 28 

Of the Revolation, documentary 28 

Of the United States, documents relative to 28 

Hogan, John 74 

Hotsl— 

AttheHaf^ie. sale of 104 

^oute RstoluHon — 

Of December 96, 1854. complying with 19,90 

Hudson! * Bay Company — 

Payment of claims of 52 

Treaty with Great Britain to settle claims of 52 

Hughes, George A 34 

Huntington, Jedidiah 31 

I. 

Ieard,Jo»eph 74 

Immigratton — 

Encouragement of 89 

Improvementt- 

Of Patent-Office, repairs and :i2 

Incidental— 

And contingent expenses 11,62 

Industrial BxhUrition — 

At London 91 

Indemnity — 

For slaves seized by British government 104 

Money received on account of Pembroke 104 

On account of Peruvian, in excess of claims 105 

IndqMsndent — 

Nations on American continent, missions to *. 62 

Intercourse— 

Contingent expenses of foreign 65-66 

Mexico, renewal of diplomatic 56 

With foreign nations, extra expenses of 64 

International StatisticiU Congress 91 

Interpreter, tte. — 

Of Secretary of State, comx>ensation of 4 

To mission to China, salary of 77 

To the Consulate atKanagawa 81 

Interpreters — 

To consulates, salary of the 79 

To Legation in Japan .' 80 

Inventory— 

Of Spanish documents and archives 32 

Investment— 

Acc'ount, award by Geneva tribunal 53 

Isla nds of A meriea — * 

Dr. Kolil's maps of the continent and 30 

J. 

Jail— 

And court-house in Japan, rent of 88 

Japan — 

Court-house and Jail in, lent of 88 

Interpreters to legation in 80 

Law Library 93 

Rentof lands in 93 

Japanese Embassy 91-92 

Jefferson, Thomas 31 

Jennings, Richard D. — 

Agent ' 31 

Jones, WilliamD 74 

K. 

Kanagawa — 

* lut«rpreter to the consulate at 81 

Kean, John 31 

Kimball, Hazen: 31 

A'tn^ of the two Sicilies — 

Awards under the convention 59 

Convention of October 14, 1832 59 

Kohl's, Dr.— 

Mai>8 of the continents and islands of America 30 

I.. 

Lake Suverior— 

Exploiing copper mines on 31 

Laurens, J. Henry 30 

Laurens, Lieutenant-Colond 30 

Lavrrenee, John H 32 

Lavfit — 

And documents, packing and distributing 18 

And docnmeutH. st4irage of 32 

Michigan Territory, printing and distributing the 26 

Printing and packing the 12, 13 

PubliMhing. in pamphlet form and in newspapers , 16 

United States, completing sets of the 27 

United States, Goraon's Bigest of the 27 

United Slates, purchase of sixth volume 26 



Page. 

Legation — • 

Assistant secretaries of, salaries of 79 

In Mexico, expenses 90 

Japan, interpreters to 90 

Secretaries of, salaries of 71,79 

To Turkey 73,74 

Legacy— 

Smithson, James, of 90 

Le Maigre, Peter 31 

Lewis, Henry — 

Relief of. 34 

lAberia — 

Commissioner, &c., to 81 

Library — 

Purchase of books for the 18 

Remodeling the 16 

Lithographing 20 

Little it Broum 99,90 

London — 

And Paris, salaries of consols at 75 

Baring Bros, of, monev deposited with 104 

Diplomatic and consular war expenses in 83 

Expenses American consulate 69 

M. 
Machinist — 

Clerks, &c., in Patent-Office 8 

Madrid— 

Diplomatic and consular war expenses in 83 

Salary and outfit charg6 d'affaires 80 

MaU steamship Service — 

Between United States and Brazil 99 

Mails— 

Between Chagres and Panama 93 

Maine — 

Payments for aggressions suffered by State of 94 

Payment under treaty of August 9, 1842, to State of 92,23 

Malaga — 

Cemetery at 90 

Manuscript — 

Papers of General George Washington 29 

Papers of James Monroe 29 

Maps — 

Books, printing, &o 19 

Dr. Kohl's, of the continent and islands of America 30 

Engraving, views, &c 24 

Of boundaries 33, wl 

Siiecitications and astronomical computations 23 

Maria — 

Swedish Snow, disbursements 31 

Marshal, John 31 

Marshals — 

For consular courts 80 

Martin, J. E 97 

Massachusetts — 

Payment to State of, under treaty of August 9, 1842 22,23 

Mediterranean Powers — 

Treaty with 54 

Messenger — 

Clerks in office of Secretary of State 6 

Machinist, &c., in Patent-Office 8 

Of Secretary of State, compensation of 4 

Mexican i^cumiary Comminsion — 

Compensation of surveyor, &o 23 

Mexican Claims Comn^issitm — 

Contingent expenses of United States and 58 

Salary of United States and 58 

Mexican Commission — 

Salary and expenses of 57 

Mexican kepublic — 

Claims under convention 104 

Mexico— ^ 

Awards under convention of 1839 56 

Cemeter;^ at City of 92 

Commission, contingent expenses of 57 

Commission, expeusf s of 57 

Convention of April 11, 1839 55 

Convention of July 4, 1868 57 

Expenses of Commission 1868 57 

FulHlling third article of treaty of 1853 57 

Paying officers of boundary commission. United States ,» . 23, 24 

Purchasing ground for cemetery nejir city of 33 

lUmewal of diplomatic intercours*^ with ."16 

Running boundary line between United States and 23 

Treatyof February 2, 1848 56 

Treaty with, payment of liquidate<l claims 56 

Treaty with, pajonent under twelfth article ^ 56,57 

Michigan — 

Territory, printing. See, laws of 26 

Miles, N. 74 

Minister — 

To Turkev, salary of a 75 

Salaries of 69,70 

Miscellaneous 20-30 

Items 17 

Mission — 

To China, salary of secretary, &c 77 

Missions — 

Abroad, con tingent expenses 67 

To congress of Panama 62 

To independent nations on American continent 62 

Models—- 

In Patent-Office, cases for 13, 14 

Money Received — 

From British government, awarded by Geneva tribunal 104 

Moneys — 

A warded by Brazilian government to crew of Sarah George 104 

De|M)siUMl with Baring Bros., London it)4 

Received for claims under convention with France 104 

Received forclaims under convention King of the two Sicilies 104 



INDEX. 



Ill 



__ Page. 

Money* — 

Keceived from Portasnese covemment. accoant of brig Ann 104 

Received from United Staten consul at Havana 104 

Received from United States of Colombia 104 

Received nnder convention with Brazil 104 

Received nnder convention with King of the two SicUies 104 

Received under oonveutiou with Peru 104 

Monroe, James — 

ManuAcript papers of 29 

Moreil, ElUha 74 

Morocco-— 

Treaty of 1787 with : 58 

Mor»e, ItCMC E 96 

Mudding duties — 

Money received from Danish government for 104 

Music — 

In the copyright bureau, binding books, &o 19 

N. 

Naples — 

Transportation of American seamen from. 104 

NoMsau — 

Indemnity for slaves seized at 104 

Nations — 

On American continent, missions to independent 6S 

Navu — 

State and War Departments, building for 39 

Neutrality Laws — • 

Pay for arearafi^es for enforcing 33 

New Cfrenadaand Costa Rica 45 

Convention between United States and 104 

Newspapers 17, 18 

Publinhinj^ laws in 16 

Niles, NathanuU 74 

Ninth Article — 

Of treaty with Spain, Florida claims under 21 

Noah.M. M. 34 

Northeastern Boundary — 

Expenses of agency relating to 69 

O. 

OJlee— 

Of Secretary of State, clerks and messengers in 6 

Office-rent — 

And contingencies 68 

Of consul at Basle in Switzerland 67 

Officers — 

ConHular, not citizens ". . . . 81 

Diplomatic, allowance to widows and heirs of 84 

Opinions of Attorneys'- General 29 

Chregon — 

And California, history of 28 

OxUJit— 

Chargfi d'af&ures at Madrid 80 

Outfits— 

Of ministers and charges d'aflfkires 81-83 

Salaries and 72,73 

P. 

Packing — 

And printing the laws, contingent expenses of 12, 13 

PampkLet — 

Form, publishing laws in 16 

Volume of Statutes at Large 29 

Panama — 

Mission to, congress of 62 

Paraguay— 

l^xpeuses of the commission 1859 58 

Treaty of February 4, 1859 58 

Pardons— 

Relief of clerk of 38 

Paris— 

Amount saved from Oovemment dispatch bag 105 

Diplomatic and consular war expenses in 83 

Exhibition at 91 

Salaries of consuls at London and 75 

Passports — 

Fees from 105 

Patent Fund 15 

PattntOffice^ 

Cases and fixtures for models in 13, 14 

Clerks, machinists, &c., in 8 

Contingent expenses of 15 

Repairs and improvements of 32 

Payments — 

Awarded under treaty of Ghent 104 

For aggressions sufl'ered by State of Maine 94 

Under reUof act« 33-38,94-97 

Pembroke — 

Indemnity money received on account of 104 

Penalties and Forfeitures — 

Expenseof astatementof 37 

Penitentiary Congress — 

At London 93 

At Rome 94 

Pensions — 

To French seamen 88 

Percentage — 

On salaries 9 

Peru— 

And United States, convention between 104 

Awards under convention 59 

Awards under convention of March 17, 1841 58,59 

Exi)enseeof convention of January, 1863 59 

Peruvian — 

Indemnity in excess of claims on accoant of 105 

PhU^s, Benjamin .• 30 

Pickering, Timothy 30 

Pickett, J. C. 74 



PitHns- ^**^ 

Commercial Statistics .# 26 

Poidevin, Madams 31 

Portumuse Qovem'flMnt — 

Moneys received on account brig Ann from 104 

Postage 20 

Poupard, James 30 

Printing— 

And advertising 13 

And distributing the laws of Michigan Territory 26 

Biennial Register 27 

And packing the laws, contingent expense of 12, 13 

Letter-Dress, copper-plate, and books and maps« 18, 19 

Proceeoings of convention, expense of 26 

Prison — 

At Amoy 91 

Prison R^orm Congress 93 

Prison Ship — 

At Canton, China 91 

Prisoners — 

Return of 87 

Priu CauMS— 

Expenseof 

Proof-reading — 

Packing and distributing laws, Slq 18 

Protection — 

Of American seamen, relief and 84-86 

Publications 26 

Publishing — 

Annual statutes 20 

Foreif^n correspondence of Congress 27 

Lawsm pamphlet form and in newspapers 16 

Puget Sound Agricultural Company— 

Payment 01 claims of 52 

Treaty with Great Britain to settle claims of 52 

Q. 

Quadrupeds of America — 

Audubon's... 29 

B. 

Badelif, W. 8. 31 

BecaptJtulation — 

By annual appropriations 42,43, 103, 103 

By spec! fie appropriations 40,41-98, 101 

Of receipts 105 

Seceipts— 

Consular 20,31 

Consular, under act April 14, 1792 104 

Consular, under act February 28, 1803 104 

On account of fees of consuls 104 

Beeiprodty Treaty — 

With Great Britain, February 8, 1853 50 

With Great Britain, work under 51 

Recording Patents— 

Expenseof 15 

Beimbursement — 

One-half expenses of United States and British Claims Commission 105 

Bsli^ Acts— 

Payments nnder 33-38,94-97 

Belief and Protection — 

Of American seamen 84-86 

Bdi^of— 

American citizens. Sec 36 

Anderson, T. D 36 

Anderson, William E 36 

A rfwedson, Charles D 95 

Balestier, Joeeuh 95 

Barclay, J. Juason 28 

Barclay, Thomas 34 

Bartlett, John R. 37 

Bessom, Philip 35 

Black, John 37 

Blanchard Henry P 38 

Blythe&Co 96 

Bourne, Sylvanus 33 

Brannan, John • 37 

Brown, George F 94 

Brown, John P 95,96 

Brown. Mary A. P 96 

Browne, J. Ross 38 

Buchanan, James 35 

Burnham, John 33 

Carmichael, William 33 

Carr. Dabney 8 95 

Cathcart, James Leander 34 

Caverly, Z. B 37 

Chasseaud, John 95 

Clarke, James G 37 

Clay, John Randolph 94 

Clerk of pardons. Department of State 38 

Coggeshall, William T 38 

Colville, Charles 33 

Consular agent at St Thomas 96 

Coombe. Griflith.and John P. Ingle 35 

Corwiue, Amos B 36 

Cowper, John 35 

Cunningham, Edward 95 

Cushman, Gustavus G 38 

Do Lung, James 38 

Denman, C. L 37 

DiUer, Isaac R 37 

Dow, Jesse E 35 

Eames, Charles 94 

East Florida, certain inhabitants of 38 

Elliott, Jonathan. 95 

Ely, Edward 96 

Fay, Theodore S »5 

Fisher, George S »« 



112 



INDEX. 



Page. 
RdUfof-- 

Georgiana, Sloop Jt 96 

Glo0«bronner, A. J 35 

Graham, Joseph 36 

Green, Benjamin E 94 

Uackley, Richard S ... 35 

Hagan, Thomaa 34 

UaleTjame* W : 36 

Uammett, Alexander 95 

Harris, Townaend 37 

BarrisonjRichard 35 

Haslett, William 34 

Helm, Charles J 96 

Henderson, Alexander 38 

Hogan, Michael 94 

Uouuans. James B 96 

Ingle, John P., and Griffith Coombe 35 

Irving, Washington 94 

Jarrero, Jos6 Jk&ria. 36 

Johnson, Thomas N 95 

Keenan, James 36 

Kendall, R. 8 96 

Kennerly, C. B. R. 37 

Kent, Edward 95 

Kerr, John Bozroan 95 

Kieman, James L % 

Lafayette, Marquis De, family of 97 

Laurens, John, Colonel, heirs of 35 

Levy, Nathan 35 

Lewis, Henry and Winslow 34 

Lyon, George 34 

Maclure, William 35 

Maine. State of 94 

Manning, Elizabeth *i5 

Marsh, George P 37 

Martin, T. C, et al 97 

Massey, John W 97 

McCauley, Daniel 8. 95 

Mcintosh, George 35 

Morse, Mrs. M.S. »6 

Naudi, Xaverio 34 

O'Brien, Richard 34 

O'SullivaD, John 35 

O'SulUvan, Mary 35 

Ottt^rbourg, Marcus 3d 

Owners oif und received from British government, &a 35 

Palmer, Aaron H 37 

Parker, Peter 95,37,74 

Pendleton, John S. 36 

Perry, Commodore M. C, United States Navy 95 

Phillips, Stephen C 35 

Piatt. Donn 37 

Portman, Ariton L. C 37 

Reed, F. and E 38 

Riddle, Edward 96 

Roddy, Alexander 34 

Rogerson, Peter and Son 37 

Rush, Benjamin 95 

Rush, Richard 95 

Saint Domingo 94 

Saudft, Char^ J 38 

Sanford. Henry S 36 

Say re, Stephen 33 

Schenck, Robert C 95 

Scott, Alexander 34,35 

Sloan, Philip 33 

SlocumjGeorge W 94 

Smith, Buckingham 95 

Smith. George 33 

Smith, John Somers 38 

Squier, George E 37 

Stores Capt. G. W., United States Navy 94 

Ten Eyck, Anthony 95,96 

Tilghman, Tench 37 

Tod, David 36 

Trist, N. P 96 

Turner, Capt Daniel,' United States Navy* !*.".*.!!*.*.!! 1 .'.'! I " * !! I !". 1 1 !!*.!'! I 94 

Venezuela, acting charg6 d'affaires at 97 

Venezuela, citizens of 34 

Vesey, William H 38 

Walker, William 38 

Walsh, Robert M 95 

Weems, Stephen H » 36 

Wharton, Samuel 34 

Wheeler, John H 37 

Wilcox, Joseph 34 

W^ilson, ThomasF 37 

Toung, Moses 34 

Tznartli, Jos6, representatives of 36 

Betnfer, H. — 

JBxpensosof ■ 30 

Bemodelinff — 

Library, the 16 

Removal — 

Seat of government 30 

Bepairg— 

and inprovements of Patent-Office 32 

Report* — 

of decisions of the Supreme Court 96,29 

of foreign claims commissions 30 

of Supreme Court and Opinions of Attorneys-General 29 

Representatives — 

of Jos6 Yznardi, relief of 36 

Resolution of March 7 , 1832— 

Expenses of recording patents, per -. 15 

Resolute, Ship 91 

Return — 

of' prisoners 87 

RevoluHon — 

Documentary history of the 38 



Page. 
Rio Orand&-~' 

Survey of the, completiog 24 

Rives, Johai O. — 

Printing ^ 30 

RoberU, Edmund 74 

Ross Sc Simpson — 

Assignees 31 

Russia — 

Acting charg6 d'afiBaires to 78 

To carry into effect treaty of March 30,1867, with 59 

8. 

Salaries-^ 

and expenses. Commissioners of Alabama Claims 53 

and expenses of commission between United States and Spain 61 

Assistant secretaries of legation. 79 

Charges d'Affihires. 71 

Commission, treaty June 15, 1846 51 

Consuls. 78,79 

Consuls at London and Paris 75 

Consuls in C hina 77 

Ministers 69,70 

Secretaries of legation 71,72 

United States and Mexican Claims Commlsition 58 

Outfits and TJ 

Peroentageon 9 

Salary- 
Additional^ to disbursing-clerk. 10 

American and Mexican Commission, expenses of 57 

Commissioner, treaty February 8, 1853 51 

Consul toBeyrut 77 

Consul-general at Alexandria. 77 

Consul-general to British America. 79 

Consul-general at Simoda. 79 

Interpreters tothe consulates 79 

Minister to Turkey 75 

Outfit charg6 d'afTaires at Madrid, and 80 

Private amanuensis 72 

Secretary andinterpreter to mission to China. 77 

Sanchez, Joseph S 32 

Sandwich Islands — 

Commissioner to « 76 

SaroA Oeorgs — 

Money awarded by Brazilian government to crow of brig 104 

Scheldt Dues— 

Capitalization of the 44 

Schooner — 

Exi)eriment 31 

Rosamond 1 34 

Seagrove^ James 30 

Seamen— 

American, relief and protection of 84 

French, pension to 8ii 

Secretaries, assistant^ 

•• Of legation, salaries of 79 

Searetaries — 

Of legation, salaries of : 71 

Secretary— 

To mission to China, salary of 77 

Secretary cif State— 

Clerks, &c.. in the office of the 6 

Compensation of Assistant 9 

Compensation of his clerks, &o. 4 

Compensation of the 5 

Funeral obsequies of the late : 33 

Services rendered as 9 

Senate^— 

Resolutionof April25, 1828 32 

Services — 

As Secretary of State, for 9 

Diplomatic, compensation forcertain 74 

Seyhert, Adam — 

StaUstiLoal Annals of 26 

Ships— 

Franklin and Aoushnett 35 

Ship— 

Jefferson 31 

Junior 91 

Liberty 34 

Northumberland 37 

Resolute 91 

Staghound 91 

Susquehanna 91 

Vigilant 34 

Shipwreek — 

Rescuing American citizens from 88 

Short, WiUiam 31 

Simmons, WiUiam H .* 32 

Simoda— 

Salary of oonsnl-general at 79 

Slaves— 

Seised by British government, indemnity for... 104 

Smith, Francis N 32 

Smith Joseph L 32 

Smithson, James— 

Legacy, > 90 

Spain — 

Awards under convention of February 17, 1834 61 

Awardsunder treaty of February 22, 1819 60 

Claims under convention with Queen of 104 

Claims under ninth article treaty of February 22, 1819 61 

Commission, contingent expenses of 62 

Florida claims under ninth article of treaty 21 

Treaty of February 22, 1819, 60 

Treaty of February, 1834 61 

Treaty of October 27, 1795 60 

Spanish Oonsul~- 

Andothers, amoontapaid 21 

Spanish Documents — 

And Archives, inventory of 92