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Patterson, J. A.
Page, Charles G.
Poler, John S.
Pearce, William H.
Polkinghorn, Henry.
Penne baker, C. D. J.
Parker, Charles F.
Pallesetto, Julia B.
Pennypacker, M.C.
Page, Mary J.
Quantrill, A. R.
Quicksell, William F.
Reed, Barrows & Co.
Ricketts, G.C.
Rittenhouse, C.E.
Rogerson, A. B.
Reed, John N.
Remick, Rev. T.
Richardson, A. H. G.
Roach, William R.
Rice, John H.
Sells, William H.
Somes, D. E. & Co.
St. Clair, John C.
Sweatland, Silas H.

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Towles, G. B.
Taylor, George.
Tilley, Bryson.
Tucker, John H.
Titus, Herbert B.
Townsend, D. S.
Turner, Jos.C.
Vowels, David W.
Vowels, John J.
Vowels, J.S.
Wood, E. N.
Wood, w.c.
Wheeler, John H.
Wheat, T. W.
Williamson, John E.
Wilson, E. Hart.
Williamson, William.
Willard, H. H.
Walter, Eugene L.
Williamson, W. P.
Wilner, Alligon L.
Walton, Joseph.
Young, W. W.
Zantzinger, W. T.

1st Session.

No. 155.

AMERICAN CITIZENS IMPRISONED IN IRELAND.

MESSAGE

FROM THE

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

IN PARTIAL RESPONSE

To a resolution of the House of Representatires, transmitting a communica

tion from the Secretary of State on the subject of American citizens im. prisoned in Ireland.

APRIL 4, 1882.-Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered to be

printed

To the House of Representatives :

In partial response to the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st of January last on the subject of American citizens imprisoned in Ireland, I transmit herewith a report of the Secretary of State.

CHESTER A. ARTHUR. EXECUTIVE MANSION,

Washington, April 4, 1882.

To the President:

The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st of January last, requesting the President “ to obtain a list of all American citizens, naturalized or native born, under arrest or imprisonment by authority of the British Government, with a statement of the cause or causes of such arrest and imprisonment, and especially such of said citizens as may have been thus arrested and imprisoned under the suspension of the habeas corpus in Ireland, and if not incompatible with the public interest, that he communicate such information when received to this House, together with all correspondence now on file in the Department of State relating to any existing arrest and imprisonment of citizens as aforesaid,” has the honor to inform the President, in part response to this request of the House of Representatives, that for some time past active negotiations have heen carried on between the two governments. These negotiations have been condacted in a spirit of entire friendship, and it affords the

Secretary of State pleasure to acquaint the President that on the 2d instant information was received by the Department of State that all the American citizens held as prisoners in Ireland had been released except three; and that since that date the further information has reached him that O'Connor, Hart, Walsh, Dalton, and White are not now in prison. The negotiations are still being conducted with a view to the release of the remaining prisoners, and the hope is entertained that a result will be reached satisfactory and honorable alike to both governments. Respectfully submitted.

FRED’K T. FRELINGHUYSEN. DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

Washington, April 4, 1882.

47TH CONGRESS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Ex. Doc. 155, 1st Session.

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AMERICAN CITIZENS IMPRISONED IN IRELAND.

MESSAGE

FROM THE

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,

IN FURTHER RESPONSE TO

A resolution of the House of Representatives, transmitting a communica

tion from the Secretary of State in relation to the arrest and imprisonment of American citizens in Ireland.

APRIL 5, 1882.-Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, and ordered to be

printed.

To the House of Representatives :

I transmit herewith, in reply to the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st of January last, a report from the Secretary of State, with accompanying papers.

CHESTER A. ARTHUR. WASHINGTON, April 5, 1882.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE,

Washington, April 5, 1882. The Secretary of State, in further response to the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st of January last, requesting the President “to obtain a list of all American citizens, naturalized or native-born, under arrest or imprisonment by authority of the British Government, with a statement of the cause or causes of such arrest and imprisonment, and especially such of said citizens as may have been arrested and imprisoned under the suspension of the habeas corpus in Ireland, and, if not incompatible with the public interest, that he communicate such information, when received, to this House, together with all correspondence now on file in the Department of State relating to any existing arrest and imprisonment of citizens as aforesaid," has the honor to transmit to the President the papers described in the accompanying list. The Secretary of State also has the honor to inform the President that negotiations are still in progress on this subject, and that it is not thought to be compatible with the public interest yet to make public all the telegrams which have passed between Washington

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