Correspondence concerning claims against Great Britain

transmitted to the Senate of the United States in answer to the resolutions of December 4 and 10, 1867, and of May 27, 1868.

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Other titlesAlabama claims
SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 23128-34.
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the correspondence and public papers of john jay FIRST CHIEF-JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES, MEMBER AND PRESIDENT OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, MINISTER TO SPAIN, MEMBER OF COMMISSION TO NEGOTIATE TREATY OF INDEPENDENCE, ENVOY TO GREAT BRITAIN, GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, ETC. Correspondence concerning claims against Great Britain: transmitted to the Senate of the United States in answer to the resolutions of December 4and of (Book, ) [] Get this from a library.

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In what was called the Alabama Claims, in the United States claimed direct and collateral damage against Great Britain. In the particular case of the Alabama, the United States claimed that Britain had violated neutrality by allowing five warships to be constructed, especially the Alabama, knowing that it would eventually enter into naval service with the Confederacy.

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Thomas Haines Dudley was consul of the United States of America in Liverpool during the American Civil War. He was instrumental in leading efforts by the Federal Government to prevent British involvement in the war, and in particular in preventing blockade runners from Liverpool, such as the CSS Alabama, from assisting the Confederate war effort.

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THE WAR IN MEXICO; Documentary History of the Expedition. (as I understood,) of the general claims of Great Britain, France and Spain, upon Mexico. ports shall be authorized to claim the. The correspondence with France occupies printed pages; and that, like that with Great Britain, contains subjects of interest not included in the above condensation.

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I'm glad you asked. French spoliation claims are claims presented by United States citizens against France, Spain, and Holland for vessels and cargo taken by privateers prior to Septemand condemned at ports controlled by those countries. The Alabama claims were brought by the United States against Great Britain for the damage caused by several Confederate warships built in .THE PRIVATEERS.; The Great Questions at Issue Between England and the United States.

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