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Civil War Claims (British) Commission, 1871-Continued.

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nationality not lost by foreign domicil; case of Anthony Barclay.. 2721
nonliability for acts of Confederate authorities....

2982
sale of belligerent ship in neutral port

3957
Civil War in United States,
effect on Anglo-American relations....

495
Claims,
domestic commissions for adjustment of international.

4397
effect of assignments...

2381
government not liable for, presented to foreign powers

1114
jurisdiction as to, considered .

3616
exercised by commission of 1853.

413
of commissions over, for bonds considered

3591
lapse of time not a bar to, under treaties .....

4180
of British creditors barred from judicial remedies submitted to
commission

271
power to settle....

2419
presentation of

1626
rules and orders for presenting, adopted by commission..

2134
settlement of, under treaty of 1853 with Great Britain

391
title passed by bankruptcy

2401
transfer of, considered...

1154
Claims Treaties (see Arbitration Treaties.)
Claparède, Alfred de,
third member of Chilean Claims Commission, 1892

1470
Clarendon, Lord,
convention for settling Alabama claims, signed by....

504
negotiations of Mr. Motley with, Alabama claims..

516
Clark, John,
claim for seizure of Medea and Good Return

2729
Clarkson, Matth.,

commissioner, Spanish spoliation arbitration, treaty of 1795 ..... 1004
Clarel, Felix,
claim dismissed; failure to pursue judicial remedy

3142
Clay, Henry,

compromise proposed as indemnity for slaves, war of 1812..... 377
report on reprisals against France, 1836..

4464
Clay, James A.,

claim of, as administrator of Isaac Lightner, detention of goods. 2872
Clayton, John M.,
action on claim of brig General Armstrong...

1089
Cleveland, President Grorer,
award in claim of Ernesto Cerruti against Colombia.

2120
in Costa Rican-Nicaraguan boundary arbitration.

1964
in Misiones boundary arbitration....

2020
Cleworth, Charles,
claim dismissed; damages during siege..

3675
Clow, Robert J.,
effect of domicil in belligerent territory....

2657

Coal, Supplies of,

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effect of furnishing, to belligerents; contention before Geneva

arbitration.
opinion of Count Sclopis.

4098
of Mr. Adams....
of Sir Alexander Cockburn

4100
of Mr. Staempfli.

4100
decision of tribunal.

4100
statement of Baron d’Itajuba as to freedom to furnish coal... 1100
case of cruiser Nashrille..

4126
cruiser Sumter

4121
Cobden, Richard,
letters on sale of munitions of war, Alabama claims.

620
Cocagne River,
decision as to mouth of ....

477, 490
Cochrane, Admiral,
proclamation of, war of 1812 ....

350
Cockburn, Sir Alerander,
appointed British arbitrator, Geneva arbitration...

556
dissent from award of tribunal.......

659
Cole, John,
claim allowed; property taken by troops ...

3721
disallowed; compulsory service of employees...

3785
disinissed; hazard of war.....

3670
Collier, William,
claim for detention, etc., dismissed...

3244
Collision,

allowance of damages by government vessel; case of Confidence.. 3063
case of Madeira; run into by government vessel

4395
Colombia,
arbitration by United States minister Scruggs, claim of Cotes-
worth and Powell against...

2050
of boundary dispute with Costa Rica.

4857
of boundary, Ecuador, Peru, and...

4857
of claim for seizure of Montijo

1421
of claim of Ernesto Cerruti against, by President of United
States ...

2117
award of King of Spain, boundary arbitration, Venezuela and... 4858
commission to settle claims, treaty of 1857, Panama riot, etc...... 1361
history of Panama riot.

1362
protocol with Italy submitting Cerruti claim to arbitration of
President of the United States; 1894.

4699
treaty with Great Britain; arbitration of Cotesworth & Powell
claims; 1872 .....

4697
with l'nited States; arbitration of claims of United States citi-
zens, 1857.

1366, 4694
claims commission, 1864.

1396, 4696
(agreement) with United States; arbitration of Montijo claim;

4698
Colombian Claims Commission, 1861,
preliminary history of claims..

1361

1874 ......

Colombian Claims Commission, 1861–Continued.

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treaty creating, ratified.

1371
commissioner for Colombia, José Marcelino Hurtado

1371
for United States, Elias W. Leavenworth.....

1371
umpire selected, U. G. Upham.....

1372
counsel for United States, Gilbert Dean.

1381
list of claims submitted ...

1373
Panama riot claims discussed.

1375
procedure; interest ...

1380, 2138
adjournment of cominission

1382
report of American commissioner

1384
list of awards.

1391
cases of La Constancia, Good Return, Medea, John D. Danels, and
R. W. Gibbes, described....

1398
payment by United States Treasury of awards...

1406
reserved of umpire cases.

1407
Colombian Claims Commission, Treaty of 1864,
diplomatio negotiations.

1396
treaty concluded; former stipulations revived..

1396
commissioner for Colombia, Eustorjio Salgar.

1397
for United States, Thomas Biddle...

1397.
umpire selected, Sir Frederick W. A. Bruce.

1397
counsel for Colombia, J.M. Carlisle..

1397
for United States, Gilbert Dean...

1411
first meeting..

1397
umpire cases of former commission reconsidered.

1397
submission of umpire claims.....

1407
decision of umpire reopening umpire cases..

1408
bond cases considered.

3612
final meeting ...

1412
award to Pacific Mail Steamship Company, capitation tax..

1412
awards ...

1416
opinion of Umpire Sir Frederick Bruce rejecting claims of
Medea, Good Return, and La Constancia...

2740
Colonel Lloyd Aspinwall,Arbitration,
seizure of steamer

1007
diplomatic protests

1008
release effected

1011
claim for damages submitted to arbitration....

1013
commissioner named by Spain, Juan M. Ceballos.

1013
by United States, John S. Williams..

1014
umpire chosen by arbitrators, Jobannes Rösing.

1014
award of umpire.....

1014
Colonization Contracts,
claims for violation of, by Mexico allowed. ....

3434
Columbia, South Carolina,
claims for damages by burning of, dismissed....

3675
Comet,Brig,
claims considered by commission of 1853.

408
Commercial Intercourse,
with France suspended; Act of June 13, 1798

4426

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Commission,

of Joshua Bates, umpire London commission of 1853.

question as to validity of
Commission under Article V. of Jay Treaty, 1794,

dispute as to St. Croix River.....
appointment of commission authorized
commissioner named for Great Britain, Thomas Barclay..

for United States, David Howell ...
third commissioner, discussion as to selection, etc.

Egbert Benson chosen....
agent appointed for Great Britain, Ward Chipman..

for United States, James Sullivan
decision; questions considered....

declaration in full ....
deposition of President John Adams.

of Governor John Jay
difference in terms of United States and British commissions..

diplomatic consideration of
documents submitted to
duties before selection of third commissioner; opposing views...
first formal meeting
formal organization of completed commission
investigation of claims; description by Mr. Barclay.
letter from B. Franklin..
preliminary meeting ..
report of Commissioner Benson
submission of arguments and proofs..
supplementary treaty as to agreed source of St. Croix River...
surveys commenced by agents..

time extended for completing
text of Article V
Commission under Article VI. of Jay Treaty, 1794,

adjustment of debts due British creditors; early negotiations....
commissioners named by Great Britain, Thomas Macdonald and

Henry Pye Rich
by United States, Thomas Fitzsimons and James Innes...

Samuel Sitgreaves in place of James Innes.
selected by commission, John Guillemard...
agent appointed by Great Britain, William Moore Smith.

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by United States, John Read, jr...
claims submitted to; amount...

discussed, William Cunningham & Co.
of Bishop Inglis

withdrawal of American commissioners.
Andrew Allen......

withdrawal of American commissioners.
difficulties encountered ....
disagreements ....
finality of awards cousidered..
first meeting of commission

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287
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Commission under Article VI. of Jay Treaty, 1794Continued. Page.
interest allowance considered

287
principles discussed; notes of Commissioner Macdonald.

281
opposition .....

285
rapture and final meeting..

292
announcement to British Government.

293
answer by Lord Grenville..

294
subsequent negotiations ...

295
treaty concluded; final settlement.

298
text of Article VI ....

271
Commission under Article VII., Jay Treaty, 1794,
neutrals' rights and duties; French decrees, 1793..

299
orders in council.....

300
negotiations for damages for seizures, etc.

306
seizures by French cruisers ...

312
commissioners named by Great Britain, John Nicholl, John Ans-
tey, Maurice Swabey.

317
by United States, Christopher Gore, William Pinkney.

317
chosen by commission, John Trumbull.....

320
agent for Great Britain, Nathaniel Gostling.

322
for United States, Samuel Bayard...

322
Samuel Williams.

322
G. W. Erving...

322
first meeting..

320
organization...

321
assessors appointed

322
last meeting

341
awards, amount

341
proofs required

328
case of Diana; failure of judicial remedies....

3073
Fame rejected; failure to avail of judicial remedies

3100
Nancy; illegal prize

3815
Neptune; prize seizure under provision orders

3076, 3843
net value of cargo the measure of damage..

4216
cases arising under alleged breach of neutrality

3983
consideration of interest allowed to claimants..

339, 4313
rules established ...

4323
immunities of commissioners

345
judicial remedies, consideration of effect of

332
arrangement as to effect of .....

335
jurisdiction of commission; proceedings suspended.

324
opinion of Lord Chancellor Loughbridge

326
resumption of proceedings...

327
case of Betsey; opinions of Gore and Pinkney

2278
belligerent habitancy considered.......

2825
effect of decision of prize court, opinions of commissioners 3160
award of damages....

3207
net value of cargo the measure of damage.

4205
case of Sally, Hayes, master.....

333, 2304, 3101
illegal prize seizure..

3817
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