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RELATING TO THE
THE UNITED STATES,
TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS,
WITH THE ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT,
DECEMBER 3, 1888,
PRECEDED BY A
LIST OF PAPERS, WITH SYNOPSES OF THEIR CONTENTS, AND FOLLOWED
BY AN ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
a to Mr. Bayard |
Pation proceedingson to extradite decision of
214 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Stallo Apr. 26 Extradition of Salvatore Paladini, charged with
1 (No. 93).
passing counterfeit money, to be requested of
the Italian Government: the President's war-
rant to receive him issued to Cono Casale.
715 Mr. Stallo to Mr. Bayard Aug. 4 Extradition of Salvatore Paladini, charged with
passing counterfeit money ; review of the extra.
dition proceedings; the Italian Govert men
denies its obligation to extradite Italian sub-
jects; Paladini arrested and the decision of
the court at Messina awaited: Casale in need of
funds; the correspondence with the Italian for-
eign office in regard to the case inclosed.
716 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Stallo Aug. 20 Extradition of Salvatore Paladini: The question
of the obligation of Italy under treaty stipula-
tions to extradito Italian subjects will demand
immediate consideration if the decision of the
court of Messina should bring it up; provision
made for the expenses of Casale.
717 Mr. Stallo to Mr. Bayard Aug. 21 | Extradition of Salvatore Paladini: The procura-
tor-general of the court of appeals at Messina
has moved the discharge of Paladini on the
ground that he is an Italian citizen ; a copy of
the United States treaties and convention re-
718 Mr. Bayard to Mr. Dough- Sept. 10 Extradition of Salvatore Paladini: Dispatch an-
eriy (No. 115).
nouncing the motion to discharge Paladini on
the ground that the Italian Government can not
extradite its own citizens received; no such
limitations in the treaties; an edition of the
treaties of the United States with foreign pow.
ers in press.
719 Same to same (No. 116)..... Sept. 28 | American pork: Admission into Italy of Aus-
trian swine products; an instruction sent to
Mr. Marsh in 1881 on the subject, inclosing the
Department's report on American pork, to
which no reply was made; a copy of the report
again sent; the state of the case to be roported,
and the attention of the Italian Government to
be called to the arguments of the Department
and the right of the United States by treaties
with Italy to the same treatment as the most
favored nations; trichinosis due to eating raw
pork; Mr. Wood's No. 249 on the subject in-
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF ITALY AT WASHINGTON.
Baron Fava to Mr. Bayard. Feb. 14 Right of protection in Morocco: Requests to
know whether the American delegatos to the
conference at Madrid have been instructed not
to renounce the right of protection in Morocco.
Mr. Bayard to Baron de Feb. 21 Right of protection in Morocco : The representa-
tives of the United States merely instructed to
ascertain whether the right of foreign protection
is abusively exercised, and, if so, to recommend
Baron de Fava to Mr. Bay. Mar. 18 Claim of Italy against Salvadore: Thanks of the
Italian Government for the good offices of Mr.
H.C. Hall in effecting an arrangement.