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Messages from President—Accompanying documents—Cont'd.

No. 15.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy, re-
porting the surrender of General Walker and em-
barcation of himself and followers from Punta

Arenas, (with enclosures)

A.—General Walker to Flag Officer Paulding,
giving an account of his departure from
Mobile, landing at Punta Arenas, and
protesting against the action of Com-
mander Chatard, of the Saratoga ...

, B.—Flag Officer Paulding, in reply, and de-
| manding surrender of General Walker..
C.—Flag Officer Paulding to Marshal Eynders,
consigning General Walker to his cus-
tody.

D.—Commander Chatard to Flag Officer Pauld-
ing, transmitting copies of his several

communications with Walker.

No. 16.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy, re-
ports liis arrival at Aspinwall, and the departure
of Saratoga for Norfolk, with one hundred and

fifty of General Walker's followers

No. 17.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy,
giving his reasons for having arrested and sent to
the United States Gen'l Walker and his followers.
No. 18.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy,
stating that he had taken the steamer ''Morgan,''
seized by Walker's party, and liberated about

forty prisoners

No. 19.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy,
detailing the incidents of the landing of the
naval forces on Point Arenas to arrest Walker,
and speaking in high terms of the skill exhibited
by the officers, and the admirable discipline of

the men

No. 20.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy,
enclosing list of articles found in Walker's camp,
and embarked on the Wabash and Saratoga;
and also a report made by Lieutenant Cilley to
Commander Chatard, of an indignity offered him

by Walker

No. 21.—Flag Officer Paulding to Secretary of the Navy, re-
porting arrival of the Susquehanna at San Juan
del Norte, and enclosing copy of instructions

given to Captain Sands

No. 22.—Secretary of the Navy to Flag Officer Paulding,
acknowledging receipt of despatches, and enjoin-
ing upon him particular vigilance in carrying
out instructions heretofore given in relation
to unlawful expeditions, and directing suspen-
sion of Commander Chatard from his command..
No. 23.—Secretary of the Navy to Commander Kennedy,
commanding United States sloop Jamestown, at
Philadelphia, ordering him to proceed with her
to San Juan del Norte, as part of the home
squadron, and instructing him in regard to un-
lawful military expeditions from the United
States against Mexico, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
No. 24.—"ommander Chatard to Secretary of the Navy,
reporting arrival of the Saratoga at Norfolk,
with General Walker's party, and enclosing list
of their names, and of the stores received on
board the Saratoga belonging to them

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Messages from President—Continued.

Communicating a copy of the constitution of Minnesota, together
with an abstract of the votes polled for and against said
constitution

Communicating all the correspondence of John W. deary, late
governor of the Territory of Kansas, not heretofore com-
municated to Congress .. . ..

Accompanying paper*,

Governor Shannon to Mr. Marcy, April 27,1856, (with ac-
companiments, from No. 1 to No. 8, inclusive)

The President of the United States to Governor Shannon,
May 23,1856

The same to same, May 23, 1856

Governor Shannon to the President of the United States,
May 31,1856, (with accompaniments, from No. 1 to
No. 6, Inclusive)

The President of the United States to Governor Shannon,
June 6, 1856

Mr. Davis, Secretary of War, to Mr. Marcy, Secretary of
State, July 16,1856, (with two accompaniments) ..

Governor Geary to Mr. Marcy, October 17, 1856, (with ac-
companying executive minutes from the 1st te 16th
October, 1855, inclusive)

Governor Geary to Mr. Marcy, December 8,1856, (with ac-
companying minutes, embracing different periods, up
to March 31,1857, and including correspondence with
the officers of the United States troops, judicial and

ministerial officers, &c

Communicating a copy of the constitution of Kansas as a State, and
presenting his views in relation to the affairs of that

Territory.

Communicating information on the subject of contracts made in
Europe for inland passage tickets for intending emi-
grants to the United States..

List of accompanying papers.

Circular of the department, No. 17,(with accompaniments).,

Mr. Campbell to Mr. Marcy, February 17,1857

Mr. Dallas to Mr. Marcy, February 17, 1857, (extract)

Mr. Fay to Mr. Marcy, February 17,1857, (extract)

Mr. Vesey to Mr. Marcy, February 28,1857

Mr. Fay to Mr. Marcy, March 3,1857, (extract) ,

Mr. Fay to Mr. Marcy, (with an accompaniment,) March 4,

1857, (extract)

Mr. Fay to Mr. Marcy, (with accompaniments,) March 10,

1857

Mr. Dallas to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) March 26,

1857, (extracts) -

Mr. Miller to Mr. Marcy, (with an accompaniment,) March

26,1857

Mr. Herbemont to Mr. Cass, March 27,1857, (extract)

Mr. Brustlein to Mr. Cass, April 7,1857

Mr. Ricker to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) May 25,

1857

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) June 11,1857,

(extract) . ... .

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) June 18,

1857

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Messages from President—Accompanying papers—Cont'd.

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) June 23,

1857

Mr. Ricker to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 3,

1857

Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 7,1857,

(extract)

Fay to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 17,

1857, (extract)

Mr. Ricker to Mr. Cass, (with an accompaniment,) July 19,

1857

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) July 22,1857,

(extract)

Kay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) September 3,

1857,(extract)

Mason to Mr. Cass,(with accompaniments) August 15,

1857

Cass to Mr. Fay, (with an accompaniment,) September

19,1857

Cass to Mr. Mason, September 29, 1857

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, October 10,1857, (extract)

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass,(with an accompaniment,) November

23,1857, (extract)

Mr. Fay to Mr. Cass, (with accompaniments,) December 15,

1857, (extracts)

Transmitting a copy of a convention between the United States and
his majesty the King of Denmark for the discontinuance of

the Sound dues

Communicating a copy of the instructions which have been given
to Mr. Reed, the commissioner of the United States to China.
Communicating reports of the Secretary of State and the Secretary
of the Navy, with accompanying papers, in relation to the

African slave trade

Communicating correspondence, &c. concerning the outrages lately
committed againBt the family of Mr. Dickson, an American

citizen residing at Jaffa, in Palestine

Communicating a report from the Secretary of State in regard to
measures adopted for the protection of American commerce

in the ports of Mexico .

Communicating correspondence relative to the seizure, in the val-
ley of Sitana, in Peru, by the authorities of Chili, of the
proceeds of the cargo of the brig Macedonian, the property
of citizens of the United States

Lift of accompanying papers.

Mr. Forsyth to Mr. Pollard, with an accompaniment, De-
cember 14, 1840 .*...

Mr. Pollard to the Secretary of State, March 18, 1841, ex-
tract

The game to Mr. Webster, with two accompaniments, July
7, 1841, extract

Mr. Pendleton to Mr. Webster, February 26, 1843, extract..

The same to the same, with two accompaniments, August
24, 1843, extract

Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, with two accom-
paniments, December 10, 1843, extract

The same to the same, with an accompaniment, January 17,
1844, extract

Mr. Upshur to Mr. Pendleton, February 21, 1814

Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, with three accom-
paniments, March 1, 1844

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Messages from President—Accompanying papers—Cont'd.

The Minister for Foreign Affairs to Mr. Pendleton, May 25,
1844

Mr. Pendleton to the Secretary of State, May 27, 1344

Mr. Pendleton to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, June 6,

1844

The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Chili to Mr. Pendleton,
Jnne 12, 1844

Mr. Crall«S to Mr. Crump, October 30, 1844

Mr. Crump to the Secretary of State, with seven accompani-
ments, October 23, 1845

The same to the same, March 18, 1846, extract

The same to the same, September 6, 1846, extract

list of documents filed by the claimant and the Chilian gov-
ernment

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Buchanan, November 28, 1846, transla-

tion, with translation of memorial and index, with

accompaniments ..

Answer of the claimants, with accompaniments, as per index
herewith

Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Gillett, April 27, 1848

Mr. Gillett to Mr. Buchanan, May 29, 1848

Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Carvallo, July 25, 1848

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Buchanan, translation, with accompani-
ments, as per index, December 28, 1848

Mr. Hunter to Mr. Carvallo, May 24, 1852

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Webster, August 26, 1852, translation..

Mr. Webster to Mr. Carvallo, September 2, 1852

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Everett, February 5, 1853, translation..

The same to the same, February 17, 1853, translation

Mr. Everett to Mr. Carvallo, February 23, 1853

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Everett, February 28, translation

Mr. Everett to Mr. Carvallo, March 3, 1853

Supplementary memorial of T. H. Perkins, March 6, 1853...

Memorial of the executors of John S. Ellery, March 6, 1853.

Synopsis of further proof, with four accompaniments ..

Mr. Carvallo to Mr. Marcy, May 31, 1853, translation

Mr. Marcy to Mr. Carvallo, June 2, 1853

Communicating information concerning the recent search or seizure

of American vessels by foreign armed cruisers in the Gulf of

Mexico

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Lilt of accompanying papers.

Mr. Cass to Mr. Boston. April 3, 1858

Mr. Boston to Mr. Cass, April 7. 1858

Same to same, with accompaniment, April 22, 1858

Mr. Blvthe to Mr. Appleton, with accompaniments, April

29, 1858

Mr. Cass to Lord Napier, May 4, 1858

Mr. Blythe to Mr. Cass, May 8, 1858

Mr. Cass to Mr. Dallas, extract, May 11, 1858

Same to same. May 12, 1858

Same to Mr. Toticev, May 13, 1858

Same to Mr. BcbeO, May 13, 1858

Same to Mr. Baker, May 14, 1858

Mr. Schell to Mr. Cass, Mav 15, 1858

Mr. Cass to Mr. Austin, May 15, 1858

Lord Napier to Mr. Cass, May 16, 1858

Mr. Sclull to same, with accompaniments, May 17, 1858

Mr. Baker to same, with accompaniments. May 17, 1858

Mr. Cass to Mr. Schell, May 18, 1858

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