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Messages from President-Accompanying papers--Cont'd.
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) June 23,

1857...
Mr. Ricker to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 3,

1857.
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 7,1857,

(extract)..
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 17,

1857, (extract).
Mr. Ricker to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 19,

1857..
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) July 22, 1857,

(extract)..
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) September 3,

1857, (extract)
Mr. Mason to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) August 15,

1857.
Mr. Cass to Mr. Fay, (with an accompaniment,) September

19, 1857..
Mr. Cass to Mr. Mason, September 29, 1857.
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, October 10, 1857, (extract)..
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) November

23, 1857, (extract).-
Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) December 15,

1857,(extracts)...
Transmitting a copy of a convention between the United States and

his majesty the King of Denmark for the discontinuance of

the Sound dues
Communicating a copy of the instructions which have been given

to Mr. Reed, the commissioner of the United States to China.
Communicating reports of the Secretary of State and the Secretary

of the Navy, with accompanying papers, in relation to the

African slave trade....
Communicating correspondence, &c., concerning the outrages lately

committed against the family of Mr. Dickson, an American

citizen residing at Jaffa, in Palestine
Communicating a report from the Secretary of State in regard to

measures adopted for the protection of American commerce

in the ports of Mexico....
Communicating correspondence relative to the seizure, in the val-

ley of Sitana, in Peru, by the authorities of Chili, of the
proceeds of the cargo of the brig Macedonian, the property
of citizens of the United States

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List of accompanying papers.
Mr. Forsyth to Mr. Pollard, with an accompaniment, De-

cember 14, 1840......
Mr. Pollard to the Secretary of State, March 18, 1841, ex-

tract.
The same to Mr. Webster, with two accompaniments, July

7, 1841, extract..
Mr. Pendleton to Mr. Webster, February 26, 1843, extract..
The same to the same, with two accompaniments, August

24, 1843, extract....
Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, with two accom-

paniments, December 16, 1843, extract..
The same to the same, with an accompaniment, January 17,

1844, extract
Mr. Upshur to Mr. Pendleton, February 21, 1844
Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, with three accom-

paniments, March 1, 1844...

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Messages from President-Accompanying papers-Cont'd.

The Minister for Foreign Affairs to Mr. Pendleton, May 25,

1844 ....

Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, May 27, 1844...

Mr. Pendleton to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, June 6,

1844..

The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Chili to Mr. Pendleton,

June 12, 1844

Mr. Crallé to Mr. Crump, October 30, 1844...

Mr. Crump to the Secretary of State, with seven accompani-

ments, October 23, 1845..

The same to the same, March 18, 1846, extract...

The same to the same, September 6, 1846, extract

List of documents filed by the claimant and the Chilian gov-

ernment

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Buchanan, November 28, 1846, transla-

tion, with translation of memorial and index, with

accompaniments..

Answer of the claimants, with accompaniments, as per index

herewith

Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Gillett, April 27, 1848

Mr. Gillett to Mr. Buchanan, May 29, 1848..

Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Carvallo, July 25, 1848..

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Buchanan, translation, with accompani-

ments, as per index, December 28, 1848

Mr. Hunter to Mr. Carvallo, May 24, 1852...

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Webster, August 26, 1852, translation..

Mr. Webster to Mr. Carvallo, September 2, 1852..

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Everett, February 5, 1853, translation..

The same to the same, February 17, 1853, translation.

Mr. Everett to Mr. Carvallo, February 23, 1853

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Everett, February 28, translation

Mr. Everett to Mr. Carvallo, March 3, 1853...

Supplementary memorial of T. H. Perkins, March 6, 1853...

Memorial of the executors of John S. Ellery, March 6, 1853.

Synopsis of further proof, with four accompaniments

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Marcy, May 31, 1853, translation..

Mr. Marcy to Mr. Carvallo, June 2, 1853

Communicating information concerning the recent search or seizure

of American vessels by foreign armed cruisers in the Gulf of

Mexico.

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Mr. Cass to Mr. Boston, April 3, 1858.

Mr. Boston to Mr. Cass, April 7, 1858.

Same to same, with accompaniment, April 22, 1858.

Mr. Blythe to Mr. Appleton, with accompaniments, April

29, 1858

Mr. Cass to Lord Napier, May 4, 1858.

Mr. Blythe to Mr. Cass, May 8, 1858.

Mr. Cass to Mr. Dallas, extract, May 11, 1858.

Same to same, May 12, 1858..

Same to Mr. Toucey, May 13, 1858

Same to Mr. Schell, May 13, 1858

Same to Mr. Baker, May 14, 1858

Mr. Schell to Mr. Cass, May 15, 1858

Mr. Cass to Mr. Austin, May 15, 1858.

Lord Napier to Mr. Cass, May 16, 1858....

Mr. Schell to same, with accompaniments, May 17, 1858.

Mr. Baker to same, with accompaniments, May 17, 1858.

Mr. Cass to Mr. Schell, May 18, 1858

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Messages from President-Accompanying papers-Cont'd.

Same to Mr. Austin, May 18, 1858..
Same to Mr. Dallas, May 18, 1858

Same to Mr. Austin, May 19, 1858.
Communicating correspondence in regard to the seizure of the

American barque Panchita on the coast of Africa..

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Mr. Cass to Mr. Dallas, with accompaniments, August 22,

1857..
Mr. Dallas to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, September

21, 1857
Same to same, with accompaniments, October 9, 1857
Mr. Cass to Mr. Dallas, November 21, 1857
Mr. Schell to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, May 19,

1858..
Mr. Austin to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, May 19,

1858..
Mr. Cass to Mr. Austin, May 19, 1858.
Mr. Schell to Mr. Cass, with accompaniments, May 20, 1858.
Mr. Austin to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, May 21,

1858..
Mr. Cass to Mr. Schell, May 22, 1858
Same to Mr. Austin, May 22, 1858
Same to Mr. Smart, May 22, 1858.
Same to Mr. Mason, May 22, 1858.
Same to Mr. Berry, May 22, 1858...
Mr. Schell to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, May 24, 1858.
Mr. Austin to same, May 25, 1858
Mr. Cass to Mr. Hatch, May 25, 1858
Mr. Mason to Mr. Cass, with an accompaniment, May 25,

1858..
Mr. Austin to same, May 25, 1858
Same to same, with an accompaniment, May 26, 1858.

Mr. Clinch to same, with an accompaniment, May 27, 1858..
Communicating the correspondence in relation to the arrest of Wil-

liam Walker by the naval forces under the command of
Commodore Paulding

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No. 1. January 2, off Aspinwall.—Commodore Paulding to

the department. Reports arrival of the Fulton, with
Colonel Anderson's party, captured by Captain Sands.
Enclosures A, B, and C ; list of names, &c. Will
sail with filibusters for Key West, via San Juan, and

there await orders as to their disposition...
No. 2. January 15, Havana.—Commodore Paulding to de-

partment, reporting arrival. Was visited at San Juan
by General Jerrez, who thanked him, in the name of
the president of Nicaragua, for removing Walker and

party from Punta Arenas
No. 3. January 18.-— Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging despatches. Refers to his despatch
(heretofore communicated to Congress) detailing cap-
ture of Walker, and transmits President's message
explaining his views on the subject.

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Message from President-Accompanying papers-Continued.
No. 4. January 19.--Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 1, and furnishes extract from let-
ter of department of December 28, [18, ) instructing
him not to leave Aspinwall or neighborhood, under
any circumstances, without further orders. Should
this reach him at Key West, proceed, without delay,

to New York
No. 5. January 20.- Department to Commodore Paulding,

correcting a clerical error, as to date, in No. 4..
No. 6. January 21, Key West. --Commodore Paulding to the

department, reporting arrival, and enclosing certain
papers of interest, marked A to F, in relation to
transactions of Colonel Anderson and party, and list

of arms taken from them.....
No. 7. January 25, Key West.--Commodore Paulding to the

department. Prisoners taken by Captain Sands de-
livered to the custody of the marshal of this district.
Should no orders reach him by the “ Isabel," control-
ling his movements, will sail for Aspinwall. Depart-
ment's letter of December 18, published in New York

Herald, has not been received by him .....
No. 8. January 25.-Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 2
No. 9. February 2.-Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 7
No. 10. February 2.- Department to Commodore Paulding.

Should Nos. 4 and 5 (copies of which are enclosed)
failed to have reached him at Key West, and he has
returned to Aspinwall, proceed immediately to New

York, agreeably to instructions in No. 4..
No. 11. February 3.- Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 6, and enclosures..
No. 12. February.-Commodore Paulding, at New York, to

the department, detailing his recent movements, ac-
knowledging No. 4, and reporting his arrival in obe-
dience to it. Department's letter of December 18

not yet received, &c...
No. 13. February 18.-Department to Commodore Paulding,

detaching him from command of home squadron, and

granting three months' leave. [Withdrawn by dep't]..
No. 14. February 18.—Department to Commodore Paulding,

detaching him from command of home squadron

having been over two years in command...
No. 15. February 20.---Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 12, and enclosing duplicates and

triplicates of letters to him not yet acknowledged....
No. 16. February 20.- Commodore Paulding to the depart-

ment, acknowledging Nos. 13 and 14, detaching him
from command of squadron; will haul down his
broad pennant on the 22d ; returns to the depart-

ment No. 13, agreeably to request...
No. 17. February 20.-Commodore Paulding to the depart-

ment; asks what disposition shall be made of the
stores and arms taken at Punta Arenas ; relative to
his responsibility, personally or otherwise, in break-
ing up Walker's camp and embarking his arms and
stores; regrets that no sentiment entertained by the
department as to his course has reached him ; whilst
his course seems to have met the approval of the
country, he is made to feel that he has not secured
the approbation of the department; would like an
interview with the President and Secretary...

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Message from the President-Accompanying papers—Continued.
No. 18. February 12.-Commodore Paulding to department,

acknowledging No. 15, also duplicates of letter of

December 18, 1857, and Nos. 3, 4, and 10
No. 19. March 12.-Department to Commodore Paulding,

in reply to No. 17, about the disposition of the stores
captured from Walker, and his complaint that the
department has not expressed its views of his course.
His presence at Washington at this time not deemed

necessary.
No. 20. March 17.—Commodore Paulding to the department,

enclosing its despatch of December 18, which has
just reached him. Requests that the envelope may be
placed on file, as the information it affords will exon-
erate him from the serious imputation of having dis-
obeyed an order given by command of the President.

Despatch was missent ...
No. 21. March 19.—Commodore Paulding to the depart-

ment, acknowledging No. 19, about disposition of
stores, and views of department as to his course. Ex-
planations : Letter of department enclosing Presi-
dent's message was not received when his letter of
February 20 (No. 17.) was written. Misapprehended
in supposing that his presence would be of import-
ance in Washington. Made suggestion on public

grounds alone...
No. 22. March 27.-Department to Commodore Paulding,

acknowledging No. 21. Commandant of New York
instructed in relation to the stores and arms brought

home in the Wabash...
No. 23. April 1.-Department to Commodore Paulding, in

reply to his letter (No. 20) enclosing despatch of de-
partment dated December 18, just received by him.
Explanations in relation thereto; despatch returned,

and envelope placed on file
Communicating a despatch from Governor Cumming relative to the

termination of the difficulties with the Territory of Utah....
Communicating a report of the Secretary of State, and accompany-

ing correspondence with the Peruvian minister, in relation
to the seizure of certain cargoes of gnano purchased from
Vivanco, his officers, or agents, while occupying certain
guano islands within the territory of Peru

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Mr. Osma to Mr. Cass, March 27, 1858
Mr. Cass to Mr. Osma, May 22, 1858.

Mr. Black, Attorney General, to Mr. Cass, May 15, 1858...
Communicating a report from the Secretary of State, with accom-

panying documents, together with the copy of a letter from
the Postmaster General to the Department of State in rela-
tion to the grant of the Mexican government for the con-
struction of a blank road and railroad across the Isthmus of
Tehuantepec, as recognized in the treaty of Washington of
June 30, 1854..

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List of accompanyiny documents.

Mr. Letcher to Mr. Webster, (extract,) April 25, 1852.
Same to same, (extract-enclosures,) no date.
Mr. Rich to same, (extract,) August 31, 1852.
Mr. Conrad to Mr. Conkling, (extract,) October 14, 1852.

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