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NEW ENGLANU
DEPOSIT LIBRANV



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11 E G 1 S T E E



THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE



COXTAIXING



A LIST OF PERSONS EMPLOYKB IN THE DEPARTilENT AND IN THE DIPLOMATIC,

CONSULAR, AND TERRITORIAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES,

WITH MAPS SHOWING WHERE THE MINISTERS

AND CONSULS ARE RESIDENT

ABROAD.



A LIST OF THE DIPLOMATIC OFFICERS AND CONSULS OF

FOEEIGX CorXTPaES liESIDEXT WITHIK

THE UNITED STATES.



Corrected to July 1, 1871.



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W A S H I ]S^ G T O N :

<T<)VEllN3n:NT PRINT IX a OFFICE

18 71.



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TABLE OF CONTENTS.



Page.

I. List of the Secretaries of State 5

II. List of tlio Assistant Secretaries of State 5

III. Officers aucl Clerks of tlie Department of State 6

IV. Organization of the Department of State 7

V. Eegulations of the Dei)artment of State 9

YI. Diplomatic Service of the United States 11

A''II. American and Mexican Joint Commission 12

YIII. American and British Joint High Commission 12

IX. Despatch Agents 12

X. Auditing Officers of Treasury for Department of State 12

XL Con.sular service of the United States 13

XII. Consular Clerks 35

XIIL List of Territorial Officers 36

XIV. Foreign Legations in the United States 37

XV. Foreign Consuls in the United States 40

XVI. Regulations concerning Diplomatic Pi'ecedence 50

XVII. Dix^lomatic Eepresentatives of the United States before the adoption of

the Constitution 51

XVIII. jMinisters and Charges d'Affaires of the United States since March 4, 1789. 52

XIX. Secretaries to Legations of the United States 76

XX. Treaties hetween the United States and Foreign Countries, -^hich have

heen xiroclaimed since March 4, 1869 80

XXI. Papers transmitted to Congress from the Department of State since March

4, 1869, and printed by order 81

XXII. Addenda 89

XXIII. Index of names 90

XXIV. Index to places 102

XXV. Maps.



NOTICE.

Officers iu charge of tlie respective legations, consulates-general, consulates. ^aud
commercial agencies are requested to note errors or omissions iu this register, aud
rejiort them to the Department.



REGISTER



THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE



1789.


Sept. 26.


1794.


Jau. 2.


1795.


Dec. 10.


1800.


May 13.


1801.


March 5.


1809.


March 6.


1811.


April 2.


1815.


Feb. 28.


1817.


;March 5.


1825.


March 7.


1829.


March 6.


1831.


May 24.


18.33.


May 29.


1834.


June 27.


1841.


March 5.


1843.


May 24.


1843.


July 24.


1844.


Feb. 29.


1844.


March 6.


1845.


March 6.


1849.


Mai'ch 7.


1850.


July 22.


1852.


Nov\ (5.


1853.


March 7.


1857.


March 6.


18(50.


Dec. 17.


1861.


March 5.


1869.


^larch 5.


1869.


March 11.



I._SECRETARIES OF STATE— 1789 TO 1871.

Thomas Jeffersou, of Yirgiuia.
Edmunil Randolph, of Virginia.
Timothy Pickering, of Pennsylvania.
John Marshall, of Virginia.
James Madison, of Virginia.
Robert Smith, of ^Maryland.
James Monroe, of Virginia.
James Monroe, of Virginia.
.John Q. Adams, of Massachusetts.
Henry Clay, of Kentucky.
Martin Van Buren, of New York.
Edward Livingston, of Louisiana.
Louis ilcLane, of Delaware.
John Forsyth, of Georgia.
Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts.
Hngh S. Legare, of Sonfh Carolina.
Abel P. Upshur, of Mrginia.
John Nelson, of Marj^land.
.John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina.
James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania.
John M. Clayton, of Delaware.
Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts.
Edward Everett, of Massachusetts.
William L. Marcy, of New York.
Lewis Cass, of Michigan.
Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania.
William H. Seward, of New York.
Elihu B. W^ashburne, of Illinois.
Hauiilton Fish, of New York.



18.5:;.


March 23.


1855.


May 8.


18.55.


Nov. 1.


1857.


April 4.


1800.


Juno 8.


1861.


March 6.


1866.


July 27.


1869.


March 25.



II.— ASSISTANT SECRETARIES OF STATE— 1853 to 1871.

A. Dudley Maun, of Ohio.

William Hunter, of Rhode Island.

John A. Thomas, of New York.

John Appieton, of Maine.

William H. Trescot, of South Cai'olina.

Frederick AV. Seward, of New York.

William Hunter, of Rhode Island, (Second Assistant Secretary.)

J. C. Bancroft Davis, of New York.



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
III.— DEPARTMENT OF STATE.



Xamos aud offices.



Secretary of State.

Hamilton Fish

Assistant Secretary of State.

J. C. Bancroft Davis

Second As.iistant Secretary of State

William Hunter

Chief Clerk.

K. S. Cbew

Disbursing Clerk. (Fourth class.)

Theodore "VT. Dimou

Clerks of the fourth class.



HenryD. J. Pratt...

George Bartle

Ferdinand .Jefter.s-on.
Ediivard Haywood. . .

Geo. L. Berdau

Sevellon A. Brown. .

John H. Haswell

Henry L. Thomas...
Charles Pay son ,



Clerks of the third class.



Jiio. P. Polk

Thomas C. Cox

"Warren C. Stone. ..

F. 0. St. Clair

A. H. Clements

Thomas Morrison. .
Arthm- B.Wood...
Dwiiiht T. Peed....
Samuel J. Barrows.



Clerks of the second class.



Frederick Korte . .
Geo. F. Peeves....
Louis F. Whitney,



Clerks of the first class.



X. Benedict

P. L. Schiicking ..

E. M. Hinds

Henry Maris

Samuel Keudrick. .

L. P. Spencer

John Davis

Charles McCarthy



X. T.



Mass . .



Ya.



:Nr. T.



Mass..
Ta...
Md. ..
N". T..
N. T..
N. T..
S.Y..
Is.Y..
SicilT .



Del...
D. C-.
X. T..
X. T..
D. C ..
Canada
K. T..
X. T..
X. T..

Germ'y'
X. T
Canada



X. T..

Germ'y
X. T..
Russia
X. T..

Ohio . .
Mass . .
D.C ..



Mar.lLlSCD

Mar. 25, 1669
Apij't'd clerk
May 22, 1829

July 10, 1834

Oct. 9, 18C4



Xov. 1,
Dec. 1,
June T,
Xov. 1,
Oct. 1,
Dec. 9,
Jan. 1,
Sept. 1,
June 1,



1851

1852
185C
1861
1863
1864
1865
1869
1870



Xov. 1,1849
Jan. 1,1856
Aug. 5, 1865
Xov. 12, 1865
Dec. 1,1866
Mar. 7, 1867
July 15, 1867
Oct. 1,1867
Oct. 8,1867



Dec. 7, 1865
Oct. 8,1860
June 1, 1870

Sept. 15, 1865
Aug.l7, 1868
June 4, 1870
June 23, 1870
June 27, 1870
July 27, 1870
Oct. 1. 1870
May i, 1871



X. T.



X. T.



Ta.



X. T.



Mass.
Ta...
D.C .
X. T.
Ky . .
X. T.
X^T.
X\ Y.
Mass.



Pa...
Ky. .
X. Y.
D.C.
D.C.
X. Y.
Ta...
X. Y.
X. Y.



Md. .
X. Y.
D.C.



X. Y.
D.C .
La . . .
D.C .

loA^a .



Mass
D.C .



1, 200
1, 2fl(»
1.200
1,2:0
1,200
1, 200
1,200
1, 200



ORG.V^^IZATIOX OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Dqxaim nt of Stale — Coutiuued.



Karnes aud offices.



ILiscellaneous crnjiloifi'S.
Wm. V. Faberty. proof-reader; also superiiiteuds forwardiu

the foreign mails.
Hugh McGra-w, assistant proof-reader aud stationery clerk . .

Thomas Griffin, assistant to the proof-reader

^yilliam Gvrin, messenger, (chief)

Levi Loomis, messenger, (assistant)

S^iiiire Millard, messenger

Oeorge 'Wohlforth, driver

Henry W. Freeman, laborer

-T. F. "Wannall, laborer

Henry Jarvis, laborer

Joseph Smallwood, laborer

Egnatz Kiaus, laborer

Louis Beaiu-egard, laborer

Edward A. Savoy

Nicholas C'affray, watchman

■James "Williamson, -watchman

Frank McGraw, watchman

Luke Karuey, watchman



Md ...

N. Y..
Ireland
Ta..-.
Mass . .
N. T..
Gerni'y
K. C
Va..
Va..
D. C
Germ'y
Canada
D. C.
K. T..
Ta....
K. T..
^ Ireland



li?39

l^Cl
1SG6
1S71
1S65
1863
1S66
186G
1866
1S66
1S65
1870
1869
1871
186D
1849
1866
1867



$1, 300

900
800
840
720
7-20
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720



IY._0RC4AXIZATI0X OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Office hours : For the pulilic, from 9i a. m. to 2^ p. m.; for the clerks and emyloyOs. from 9?. a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tbursdavs are reserved exclusively for the Diplomatic Corps.



Bureaus and clerks.



Distribution of busiuess.



CHIEF CLEUK S BURE.iU.

K. S. Chew, Chief Clerk.
8evellon A. Brown. Senior Index Clerk.
John H. Haswell, Index Clerk.
Warren C. Stone, Index Clerk.
Ferdinand Jefferson, Keeper of Rolls.
Sam'l J. Barrows, Ass'tKeei)er of Eolls.

FIRST nU'LOJIATIC BUREAU.

(I'nder the siiporintendeuce of the
Assistaiit Secretary.)
Hi-nry D. J. Pratt, Chief of Bureau.
George L. Berdan.
Dwight T. Eeed.



Custody of the archives and rolls: receipt and di.stril>iili)n of
the correspondence : indexing the reeords.



Diplomatic correspondence with Austria. Belgium, Diiuuarl;,
China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Netherlands,
Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Norway, and Switzerland, jind
miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto.



REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Organization of the Depavtment of State — Coiitiuiied.



Bureaus and clerks.



SECOND DirLOMATIC BUREAU.

(Under the superintendence of the
Second Assistant Secretary.)
Charles Payson, Chief of Bureau.
John P. Polk.
P. L. Schiicking.



FIRST CONSULAR BUREAU.

(Under the superintendence of the
Assistant Secretary.)
A. B. M'ood, Chief of Bureau.
Thomas C. Cox.
Geo. r. Eeeres.
Samuel Keudrick.

SECOND CONSULAR BUREAU.

(Under the superintendence of the
Second Assistant Secretary.)
A. H. Clements, Chief of Bureau.
F. 0. St. Clair.
Lyman P. Spencer.



LAW BUREAU.

E. Peshine Smith, Examiner of Claims.



BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS.

Then. W. Dimou, Disbursement Clerk.



STAllSTICAL BUREAU.

Charles Payson, Chief of Bureau.
John Davis, Librarian.
H. Marix.
E. M. Hinds.

IRANSLATIONS.

Henry L. Thomas, Translator.

I'ARDONS AND COMMISSIONS.

George Bartle, Chief of Bureau.
Fredei'ick Korte.

DOJIESTIC RECORDS.

(Under the superintendence of tht
Assistant Secretary.)
Edwr.id Haywood.



Distribution of business.



Diplomatic correspondence with the Argentine Eepublic,
Bolivia, Brazil, Barbary States, Chili, Colombia, Costa Eica,
Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Guatemala, the Hawaiian Islands.
Hayti, Honduras, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Xicaragua, Para-
guay, Peru, Eussia, Salvador, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela,
and miscellaneous correspondence relating thereto.



Correspondence with consulate.s within the dominions of Aus-
tria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Fiance, Germany, Great
Britain, Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and
Norway, and Switzerland, and miscellaneous correspondence
relating thereto.



Correspondence with consulates in the dominions of the Argen-
tine Eepublic, Boli^-ia, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Costa Eica,
Ecuador, Greece, Guatemala, Hawaiian Lslands, Hayti, Hon-
duras, Italy, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru,
Eussia, Salvador, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, and other
consulates not iinder the Fir.st Consular Bureau, together
with miscellaneous correspondence relating tliereto.

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

Secretaries.

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

Preparation of the Eeports upon Commercial Eilations.
Custody of the printed books and iiamphlets.



Translations by order of the Secretary, or the Assistant Sec-
retaries, or Chief Clerk.

Preparation and issue of commissions; preparation of pardons
and correspondence relating thereto ; applications for office.



The cnrrt'.spondence with territori;iI oftioers, and the iniscel
laneous correspondence Hot connected witli the diplomatic
or consular service.



REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Organization of the Department of State — Continued.



Bureaus anil clerks.


Distribution of business.


rAS.*rORT }iUI!EAU.




Lduis F. Whitney, Passport Clerk.


The issue and record of passports.


TELEGKAI'H.




Tlionias ilurrison, Operator.


Eeception of messages to the Department, and transmission




of such as may be ordered by the Secretary or Assistant




Secretaries.


Charle.s McCarthy,


Mail clerk.



Note. — The unassigned clerks arc emi)loyed, under the direction of the Chief Clerk, on the general
work of the Department. It is understood, however, that notwithstanding the above distribution, the
Chief Clerk may require the clerks of one Bureau to do the work belonging to any other Bureau when
the convenience of the Departuu'nt re(iuires it. .



^'.— RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

Department of State, Jannarij 3, 1871.

I. The ofBce liouv.s of the Department are from 9.30 a. m., at which bonr geutlemen
are expected to be at their desks, to 4 p. m. ; and until such later hour a.s the exigency
of the public business shall demand. A satisfactory explanation will be required for
all abseuees between these hours. It is expected that the reading of newspapers in
the Department will be dispensed with during business hours. Clerks and employ<^s
are not permitted to vi.sit each other or to receive visits during business hours. Clerks
or others in the Department are not to give information of any of the business or cor-
respondence of the Department, or any information or advice as to any vacancies to be
filled or that may be likely to occur, or as to appointments to be nuide. No smoking
Avill be allowed in any part.s of the building that are free to the public.

II. The chief of eacli Bureau is responsible for the observance of these rules by the
clerks and employes under him, as well as for the condition of the archives, corre-
spondence, and records in his charge. If at any time his force is insnfficient for the
work assigned to.him, or if any gentleman in his Bureau fails to comjily with these reg-
ulations, or to satisfactorily discharge his duties, he will report to the chief clerk
in writing, whose duty it will be to transmit the report without delay to the Secretary.

III. ^Monthly reports on the first day of each month will be made by each head of a
Bureau (except the Bureau of Accounts) to the chief clerk, of the condition of his Bu-
reau, showing the amount of the correspondence of the previous month, the number
of pages yet to be recorded or compared, and the number of papers yet to be indexed.
These reports should be in tabular form, and uniform in form and size, and should be
transmitted to the Secretary by the chief clerk with a like report as to general work
in the Department not embraced in the general Bureaus, and with a tabulated abstract
of the several reports, the wiiole to be attached together, folded, and indorsed " Monthly
report, , 187 ."

1\". The head of the Bureau of Accounts will, on the tenth day of i-acli mouth, make
a report to the Secretary showing the exact condition of each appropriation and ac-
count on the first day of the montli ; and as to each appropriation an account stating —
1. The amount approju'iated. "2. Reference! tostatute making appro^jriatiou. 3. Amoun
of approi>riation in tin; statute. 4. Amount of appro]u-iatioii remaining in Treasnr.v
.'). Ariioinit drawn during till' nioutli. li. Ainoinil rcuuiiniug nm.'xpended. 7. Amount
expended during the montii. '^. Amount in 1 he hands of disbursing clerk. 9. Where
amount in the hands of clerk is deposited. Also with respect to tiust funds or other



10 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMEIST OF STATE.

uioueys in bis possessiou — 1. Statemeut of trust aud other fnuds (uot appropriatious)
iu the custody of the clerk. 2. Date when received. 3. Origin of fund. 4. Original
amount. 5. Amount of interest, and when received. 6. Present amount of fuud. 7.
Nature of investments, aud Trhere deposited. 8. Amount iu the hands of disbursing
clerk. 9. Where amount in the hauds of clerk is deposited. In all cases the total of
balances in hand to be footed up.

y. Reports aud abstracts prepared for the use of the Secretary, or either of the As-
sistant Secretaries, should be made on blanks prepared for the purpose, aud should con-
cisely aud fully present the facts, issues, aud points of argumeut, aud generally all
iuformatiou necessary to the complete understanding of the subject, yrith all necessary
references. The labor of revicAving the correspondence should uot devolve upon either
of the Secretaries, but must be performed by the clerk Avho may be directed to make
the rei^ort or abstract.

VI. The pouches containing the mail shall be opened immediately upon their arrival
in the Department, aud the official mail delivered Trithout delay to the index clerks
for entry and distribution. All papers sent out by the Secretary, or either of the As-
sistant Secretaries, will be at ouce taken to the iudex room for iudesiug or distribution.
All correspondence requiring the signature of the Secretary, or the Assistant Secretaries,
must be prepared and delivered to the Chief Clerk by 2A o'clock, aud by him delivered
for signature at 3 o'clock.

VII. All dispatches aud correspondence, both to aud from the Department, uot of a
persoual character, Avill jiass to the Secretary's table through the room of the proper
Assistant Secretary. Iu returning letters aud instructious sent to the Secretary for
siguature, an opportunity ■will be giveu to each Assistant Secretary to see the corres-
pondence Avhicli has uot been submitted to his inspection.

VIII. The iudex room shall be the depository for the archives, the dispatches, notes,
and letters to the Department, except those relating to passports, aud to applications
for office, and for the records of the official and other corresisbndence from the Depart-
ment. Dispatches and letters received must be acknowledged at the earliest practica-
ble moment after their receipt in the various Bureaus aud returned to the index room,
to await final reply, if further answer is necessary.

IX. Detention of papers, eitlier on desks or shelves of auy of the various Bureaits,
excepting draughts of instructions, is i)roliibited, without special approval of the Assist-
ant Secretary who lias charge of the Bureau. All communications should bear indorse-
ment of the dates of the action of the Department. On all copies of papers addressed
to the Department should be uoted the date of their receipt.

X. Clerks finding it necessary to withdraw i^apers or records from the index room,
shall leave in the place thereof a signed memorandum, describing the book or paper.
When the course of business may require the reference of a paper from one Bureau to
another, a memorandum, showing the date of such reference, should be made and de-
posited in the index room by the clerk making the reference.

XL It is desirable to keep the iudex room free during office honrs, so far as possible ;
therefore clerks wishing papers will send for the same through messengers, wlieu pr:ic-
ticable; and all requisitions from the Secretary or Assistant Secretaries, for papers,
will be referred to the index clerks.

XII. All instructions, notes, or letters from the Department, containing iuclosures,
will be accompanied by a " list of iuclosures," showing from whom received, and to
whom addressed, (or their general subjects, if uot xiarticularly addressed,) and their
date. This list will iu all cases be recorded with the dispatch, with a nnirginal refer-
ence to the book or file in the Department where the iuclosure can be found. A single
inclosure must be noted iu the same manner. The clerks will also insert in the record
books such marginal references as to the iuclosures in the correspondence since 12th
March, 1869.

HAJkllLTON FISH, Secretary.



UNITED STATES DIPLOMATIC SERVICE.



11



YL— UNITED STATES DIPLOMATIC SERVICE.



To ^liat couutry
activdited.



Xanie anil rank.



Kesidencc.



Where
boru.



I liy



Date of orig-
inal com-
mission.



Arjiciitiuf Ki-p...
Austria



Bflgiuiu .
Bolivia . .
Brazil...
Chili . - . .
China . . .



Colombia. . .
Costa Hica.
Denmark . .
Ecuador. . .
France



German Empire



Great Britain . . .



Greece

Guatemala {

Hawaiian Lslnds-j

HaytiF j

Honduras !

Italv



Japan.



Libei-ia
ilexico .



Netherlands
Xiearagua . .
Paiaguay . . .
Peru



Portujial .
Itussia . . .



Salvador
Spain ...



Sweden, Xorway ,

Switzerland ,

Turkey



Fru^^uay. .
Venezuela



Eobert C. Kirk. Min. Res

John Jay, E. E. and il. P

John F. Delaplaine. Sec. of Leg .

J. Bussell Jones, Min. Ees

Leopold Markbreit, Min. Res. .
Jas. R. Partridge, E. E. & M. P.
Joseph P. Root, E. E. ,fc il. P.
Frederick F. Low.E. E. & M. P .
S. W. "Williams, Sec. of L. & In.

S. A. Hurlbut. Min. Res

Jacob B. Blair, Min. Res ..

M. J. Cramer, Min. Res

E. Rumsey TTing, Min. Res. . .
E. B. Washbnrne,E. E. .tM. P.
Vickham Hotfmau.Sec. of Leg.
Frank Moore. Asst. Sec. of Leg.
George Bancroft, E. E. & M. P.

Alex. Bliss, Sec. of Leg

Xicholas Fish, A.sst. Sec. of Leg
Robt C. Schenck.E. E. (fcM. P.

Benj. Morau, Sec. of Leg

Maxwell Woodhull, A. S. of L.

John M. Francis, Min. Res

Silas A. Hudson, Min. Res

Henry A. Pierce, Min. Res

E. D. Basset, Min. Res. & C. G.

Henry Baxter, Min. Res

Geo. P. Mar.sh, E. E. & M. P. . . .
Geo. W. "Wurt.s, Sec. of Leg . . .

C. E. DeLong, E. E. & M. P . . . .

J. C. Hepburn. lut

J. M. Turner, Min. Res. & C. G.
Thos. H. Xelson, E. E. & M. P. .

Porter C. Bli-ss, Sec. of Leg

Chas. T. Gorham, Min. Res

Chas. X. Riotte, Min. Res

John L. Stevens, Min. Rest

Thomas Settle, E. E. &. M. P. . .

H. M. Brent, Sec. of Leg

Chas. H. Lewis, Min. Res

AmVw G. Ciiitiu, E. E. & M. P.
Eugene Schuyler, Sec. of Leg. .
A. T. A. Torbert, Min. Res

D. E. Sickles, E. E. & M. P j

Alvey A. Adce, Sec. of Leg [

C. C. Andrews, Min. Res !

Horace Rublee, Min. Res

Wayne MacVeagh, Min. Res..
J. P. Brown, Sec. of L. &Drag.]

John L. Stevens, Min. Ees

William A. Pile. Min. Res i



Buenos Ayr es.

Vienna

Vienna

Brussels

Cochabamba ..
Rio de Janeiro.

Santiago

Peking

Peking

Bogota

San Jose

Copenhagen. ..
Quito



Ohio . .
A'.T..
X.T.-
Ohio . .
Aust'a
Md ...
Mass..



Paris

Paris

Paris

Berlin

Berlin

Berlin

Loudon

London

London

Athens

Guatemala

Honolulu :

Port au Prince.'
Tegucigaljja . .

Florence

Florence

Tedo

Vedo

Monrovia . .

Mexico !

Mexico

The Hague....

Leon

Montevideo ...

Lima !

Lima i

Lisbon

St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg.
San Salvador..

Madrid

Madrid

Stockholm

Berne

Constantinople
Constantinople
Montevideo. ..
Caracas



X.T..

S.C.
W.Va.
Switz .
Ky....
Me ...
X. Y . .
X'. H . .
ilass .



X. Y.

Ohio .
Peuu



Ohio . .
X'. Y..
X-. Y..

HI ... .
Ohio . .
Md . . .
Kan . .
Cal . . .
China.
HI ....
W.Va.
Ky . . .
Ky . . .
HI ....
La ... .
X. Y..
X. Y. .
X. Y..
X. Y..
Ohio . .
Penn .



X. Y..
Ky...
Mass .
Conn .
X. Y..
Vt . . . .



X. Y



Ky . . .
Conn .



Me ...
X". C.
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12 REGISTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.

YII.— AMERICAN AND MEXICAN JOINT COMMISSION.

(Office 1412 H Street.)

Commissioner on tin- jxirt of the United States — William Henry Wiulswoitli.

Commissioner on the part of Mexico — Fraucisco Gomez Palacio.

Umpire — Fraucis Lieber.

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

Secretarij on the part of Mexico — J. Carlos Mexia.

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

Agent on the part of Mexico — Caleb Gushing.



VIIL— AMERICAN AND BRITISH JOINT HIGH COMMISSION.^
American Commissioners.

Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State, 1500 I street.


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