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       CONFIDENTIAL!!
ALASKA  BOUNDARY.
APPENDIX  TO  BPITISH CASE.
INDEX.  ABEEDEEN, Earl of,— Governor- General of
Canada.
Joint Commission agreed on by Treaty of
1892—Appointment of Mr. Duffield
as United States Commissioner in
place of Mr. Mendenhall — Letter
from Vis. Gough (29 June, 1895),
281.
Lynn Canal Region Boundary—Provisional
delimitation, proposed—Letter from
Sir J. Pauncefote (14 May, 1898),
291.
ADAMS, Mr.,—Secretary of State, United States.
Eussian   Ukase   of    1821—Communication
with Mr. Stratford Canning.
Attitude of United  States, Inquiry   as
to course to be adopted by Great
Britain (19 Feb., 1822), 22.
Joint Negotiations proposed, Territorial
claims,  &c, of the United States,
Trading "Vessel Incident   (3  May,
1823), 40.
Treaty of 1824—Main Points determined, 92.
ADDINGTON, Mr. H. U.
United States Treaty with Eussia.
Main Points determined—Letter to Mr.
G. Canning (2 Aug., 1824), 92.
Official Copy—Letter to Mr. G. Canning,
with Inclosure (29 Jan., 1825), 118.
ADEE, Ms..,—Acting-Secretary of State. United
States.
Portland Channel Shores and Islands,
United States' Storehouses erected
in disputed Territory—Eaikes-Adee
Correspondence (6 & 16 Sept., 1902),
295, 296.
ADMIEALTY ISLAND, 59.
AGASSIZ GLACIER, 313.
ALABAMA TEEATT.
See Treaty of Washington, 1871.
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, 5, 64, 137.
Trade, Protection of, see title Eussian Ukase
of 4 Sept., 1821.
alsek; eiyee, 308,309,312.
Boundary, Determination of—Major Cameron's Eeport on United States
proposal (18 Feb., 1875), 180.
ALTOU ISLAND, 137.
ARATHAPESCOW LAKE, 148.
ARBITRATION   COMMISSION   OP   LEGAL
EXPERTS.
British   Proposal—Marquis   of   Salisbury's
Instructions to British Commissioners (19 July, 1898), 298.
ARCTIC OCEAN.
Free Navigation beyond Behring's Straits—
Treaty of 1825.
British Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations, 87—Russian Counter Draft,
95.
Russian Objections, 90, 91—British
Standpoint, 90, 91, 94.
BACKHOUSE, Mr. J.
Stikine River Expedition stopped'by Eussian
Authorities, Violation of Treaty of
1825—Letters to Hudson's Bay
Company (6 and 28 Jan., 1836),
156, 158.
BAGOT, Sir C.,—British Ambassador at St. Peters-
Eussian Ukase of 1821.
Joint Negotiations, Great Britain and
United States—Territorial question
a matter for separate negotiation, &c.
— Canning- Bagot Correspondence
(12 July and \\ Aug., 1823), 40,
41, 43, 44, 45, 59, 60, '61, 63.
Negotiations — Canning-Bagot Correspondence (Feb., 1823), 34, 35.
Object of the Measure—Eeport to
Marquis of Londonderry of Conversation with Count Nesselrode
(17 Nov., 1821), 18.
Provisional Protest, &e.—Instructions
from Marquis of Londonderry (19
Jan., 1822), 21.
Treaty of 1825, Negotiations.
Expirable   Period  to  a   regulation   of
Boundaries—Canning-Bagot Correspondence (25 July and $-£- Aug..
1823), 41, 43, 45.
First    Negotiations,    Suspension   of—
Eeport to Mr.   G.   Canning,   with
Inclosures (£t Mar., 1824), 66-75—
Mr. Canning's Eeply (24 April), 79.
Hudson Bay Company, Question referred
to—Eeference  in Letter from Mr.
G. Canning (24 April, 1824), 79.
Instructions to Commanders of Eussian
War   Vessels   on   N.W.    Coast-
Letter from Mr.  G. Canning   (20
Aug., 1823), 43.
Line of Demarcation, Position of—Canning-Bagot     Correspondence    (12
July,  +i Aug., -H   Oct., 1823;   15
Jan., 12 July, 1824), 41, 45, 48, 60,
62, 86.
Preliminary   Discussion —Appointment
of M. de  Poletica on the Russian
side—Letter from Count Nesselrode
(22 Aug., 1823), 49.
Second Negotiations—Revised Instructions   from  Mr.   G.   Canning,
Draft Convention, &e.
Definitive Instructions, with Draft
Convention (12 July, 1824), 85.
Failure    of   Negotiations—Sir   C.
Bagot's Eeport to Mr. G. Canning   inclosing   Counter-Draft
of   Eussian    Plenipotentiaries
(12 Aug:, 1824), 92, 94.
Lieven's, Count, Criticism of Draft
Convention — Base instead of
summit of mountains as boundary line, Free Navigation  of
Behring's Straits—Letter from
Mr. G. Canning(24 July, 1824)
90.
Summary of Instructions forwarded
with  orders not to   act until
Definitive Instructions arrived
(29 May, 1824), 81. BAGOT, Sir C. (cont.).
Treaty of 1825—Negotiations (cont.).
Ship cruising on North-West Coast,
Eussian Eequest for Certificate of
Protection — Memorandum from
Count Nesselrode (12 Mar., 1824),
Terms
Instructions from Mr. Canning to
get improved terms if possible
(20 Jan., 1824), 65
Eussian Statement of Terms, proposed—Canning-Bagot Correspondence (12 July and H
Aug., 1823 ; 15 Jan., 1824), 41,
44, 62.
United States.
Joint   Negotiations,    see    sub-heading
Euf
aUkas
Negotiations with Eussia, proposed in
1822—Letter' to Mr. G. Canning,
with Inclosure (££ Aug., 1823), 44,
45, 46.
Territorial Pretensions as heirs to the
claims of Spain, Monroe Doctrine,
&c.—Bagot-Canning Correspondence (M Oct., 1823, and 15 Jan.,
1824), 47, 60, 61, 62, 63.
Treaty with Eussia, 1824—Letters to
Mr. Canning, forwarding Copy
and " National Intelligencer "
Extract (^ April and 31 Aug.,
1824), 79, 110.
BATAED, Mr.,—Secretary
Joint   Commission   fo:
Bo
State, United &
roposed, Impracticability
of Boundary laid down by Treaty
of 1825, &c—Letter to Mr. Phelps,
(20 Nov., 1885), 248.
White Pass Trail, Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory—West-Bayard Correspondence (10, 15, 25 Sept., 1888),
266.
BATHUEST, Earl.
Eussian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821—Letter to
Duke of Wellington transmitting
Memorandum (14 Sept., 1822), 23.
BEACH, SirM. E. HICKS,—Secretary of State for
the Colonies.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question.
Dufferin—Beach  Correspondence (5, 7,
23 Mar., 4 April, 1878), 243, 247.
Foreign   Office   and    Colonial    Office,
Correspondence (8, 15 Feb., 7 Mar.,
1878), 243, 245, 246.
BEEGAN, FEANCIS.
Constable in Charge of Peter Martin, 186,
204, 205, 225, 231.
Stikine Boundary—Diagram, 215.
Surveyor - General  of   Canada,   Eeport
(6 Feb., 1877), 215.
Verification of dotted red line—Instructions   from    Surveyor-General   to
Mr. J. Hunter (3 Mar., 1877). 224—
Eeport (June, 1877), 230.
BEHM CANAL, 309.
BEHRING'S STEAITS, 5.
Boundary line of Waters— Mr. Enderby's-
protest, 66.
Claim of Eussia to Eights of Sovereignty in
the Seas adjacent to North-West
Coast of America, from Behring's
Straits to 51° N. Latitude, see title
Eussian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
Treaty of 1867—Western limit of territories
ceded to the United States by
Eussia, 137.
BEENEE'S BAY, 308, 309.
Vancouver's Account of discovery, 148.
BILL OF 1872.
Bill submitted to House of Eepresentatives
providing for survey and marking
of boundary, 166.
BISHOP POINT, 309.
BLAINE, Mb..,—Secretary of State, United States.
United States Survey—Boundary designated
in Eeport of Coast  and  Geodetic
Survey— Letter     from      Sir     J.
Pauncefote (5 June, 1891), 268.
BLAKE, Mr.,—Minister of Justice, Canada.
Martin, Peter, Case of—Eeport (5 Feb.,
1877), 204—Further Eeport (20
Mar., 1877), 220.
BLAKE CHANNEL, 309.
BLANCA, Count FLOEIDA, 47, 55.
BLUE MOUNTAINS, 227, 228.
BOAED OF TEADE.
See Trade, Board of.
BODEGA, 64.
BEADFIELD CANAL, 309, 310.
Timber Line Altitude—Report of Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
BRAMSTON, Mr.
White Pass Trail, Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory—Letter to Foreign Office
(21 Aug., 1888), 268.
BRIDGET, POINT, 148.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Definition of Boundary between Alaska and
British Columbia.
Legislative Assembly—Resolution presented to the Lieutenant-Governor,
(12 Mar., 1872), 162—Report of
Committee of Executive Council,
(8 July, 1872), 162.
Lieutenant-Governor,   see titles   Trutch
and Richards.
(For details of Boundary Question, see
titles such   as Joint  Commissions,
Stikine River, &c.)
BRITISH NORTH-WEST COMPANY, 22, 23,
24, 30, 31.
BROWN, Mr.,—Commander of the " JButterworth.'f
Exploration to the North-north-east of an
extensive Inland Navigation,  communicating with a Northern Sea-
Vancouver's Account, 139, 140. BROWN'S PASSAGE—
Account of Exploration by Vancouver, 139.
BUCKS TEADING STATION.
United Stales assumption of possession by
demand for payment of Customs
Duties — Maintenance of the Status
Quo on the Stikine Eiver pending
determination of boundary.
Distance from mouth of river—Surveyor-
General'sEeportonDiagram (6 Feb.,
1877), 215, 216.
Gray's, Mr. Justice, Letter to Mr. Mackenzie (16 Oct., 1876), 191-193—
Dominion Privy Council Eeport
recommending transmission to Sir
E. Thornton (6 Jan., 1877), 197.
Mackenzie's, Mr., Memorandum, 190,191
—Dominion Privy Council Eeport -
(21 Nov., 1876), 188—Memorandum
and Eeport transmitted to Sir E.
Thornton and Earl of Carnarvon (25
Nov., 1876), 187, 188.
Thornton-Fish Correspondence (15 Jan.,
20 Feb., 1877), 202, 219—Thornton
letter transmitted to Earl of Duff erin,
202.
BURGESS, Mr.
White Pass Trail, Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory — Letter to Sir J. Mac-
donald (19 June, 1888), 264.
BURROUGHS BAY, 307.
Altitude of Timber Line between Burroughs
Bay  and Lynn   Canal—Report of
Messrs. Duffield and King (31 Dec,
1895), 285.
CAAMANO, CAPE, 146, 147.
CAAMANO'S, Sexr., CHART, 139.
CALIFORNIA.
Russian attempts to form settlement) 64.
CAMERON, Maj.-Ges.,—Boundary Commissioner.
Coast line, Views on—Dr. Dawson to Sir C.
Tupper (7 Feb., 1888), 260.
Determination and Definition of Boundary—
Cost and Time required.
Christie-Cameron   Correspondence   (27
and 29 Nov., 1873), 173.
Report (18 Feb., 1875), 179.
United States and routes to the mines—
Memorandum, 264.
CANNING, Mr. GEORGE,—Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs.
Russian Ukase of 1821.
Hudson Bay Company's Representations
(25 Sept., 1822), 24.
Joint Negotiations,   Great Britain  and
United States.
Canning-Bagot Correspondence (12
July and if Aug., 1823), 40,
41, 43, 44, 45, 59, 60, 61, 63.
Canning,  Mr.   S.,  Letter from  (3
May, 1823), 39.
Negotiations proposed.
Canning-Bagot Correspondence (5,
•25, ft Feb., 1823), 34, 35.
Instruction to the Duke of Wellington (27 Sept., 1822), 28.
CANNING, Mr. GEORGE (cont.).
Eussian Ukase of 1821 (cont.).
Negotiations proposed (cont.).
Lieven, Count, Letter from (if Jan.,
1823), 33, 34.
Memorandums, &c, exchanged between Duke of Wellington and
EussianMinisters—Wellington-
Canning Correspondence (28
and 29 Nov., 1822), 29-32.
Whale Fishery Interests.
Shipowners'   Society,   Letter from
(11 June,  1823), 35.
Trade, Board of—Letter inclosing
Messrs.   Enderby- and Mellish
protest (7 Jan., 1822), 19.
Treaty of 1824.
American   Construction    of—Letter   to
Count Lieven (25 Oct., 1824), 111.
Copy—Letter   from Sir C.   Bagot (&
April, 1824), 79.
Copy—Letter from Mr. Addington with
Inclosure (29 Jan., 1825), 118.
Main   Points   determined—Letter from
Mr. Addington (2 Aug., 1824), 92.
"National     Intelligencer"     Extract—
Letter from Sir C. Bagot (31 Aug.,
1824), 110.
Treaty of 1825, Negotiations.
Expirable Period to a regulation of
boundaries—Canning-Bagot Correspondence (25 July and if Aug.,
1823), 41, 43, 45.
First Negotiations, Suspension of—Sir
C. Bagot's Eeport, with Inclosures
(H Mar., 1824), 66-75—Mr. G.
Canning's Eeply (24 April, 1824),
79.
Hudson Bay Company.
Letters to Mr. G. Canning.
Concessions by Great Britain
rendered unnecessary by
the Treaty of 1824, Compromise proposed (26 May,
1824), 80.
Extension of British Trading
Posts, Boundaries for the
Eussian lisiere (8 Jan.,
1824), 63.
Map forwarded showing British Trading posts and
boundaries proposed (16
Jan., 1824), 65.
Eussian Counter - Draft, 1st
negotiations—Views of the
Company (19 April, 1824),
Eussian   Counter - Draft,   2nd
negotiations—Views of the
Company (20 Oct., 1824),
110.
Negotiation Question referred to—
Eeferenee in Letter to   Sir G.
Bagot (24 April, 1.824), 79.
Papers from   Count   Lieven  communicated   to   the    Company
(19 Oct., 1824), 110.
Instructions to Commanders of Eussian
War Vessels on N. W., Coast—Letter
to Sir O. Bagot (20 Aug., 1823), 43. CANNING, Mr. GEOEGE (cont.).
Treaty of 1825, Negotiations (cont.).
Line of Demarcation, Position of.
Canning-Bagot Correspondence (12
July, if Aug., p Oct., 1823,
15 Jan., 12 July), 41, 45, 48,
60, 62, 86.
Memorandum (13 Jan., 1824), 59.
Second Negotiations—Eevised Instructions to Sir   C.  Bagot,   Draft
Convention, &c.
Communication of Eevised Instructions to Count Lieven (29 May,
1824), 81.
Criticism of Draft Convention by
Count Lieven — Base instead
of Summit of Mountains as
boundary line, Free Navigation
of Behring's Straits — Letter
from Mr. G. Canning to Sir C.
Bagot (24 July, 1824), 90.
Failure of Negotiations — Sir 0.
Bagot's Eeport, inclosing
Counter-Draft of Eussian
Plenipotentiaries (12 Aug.,
1824), 92.
Instructions to Sir C. Bagot.
Definitive Instructions, with
Draft Convention (12 July,
1824), 85.
Summary forwarded with orders
not to act until definitive
instructions arrived (29
May, 1824), 81.
Terms.
Instructions to Sir C. Bagot to get
improved terms if possible (20
Jan., 1824), 65.
Eatification of United States Treaty
gave additional force to British
demand for equal terms—Letter to Mr. S. Canning (15 Mar.,
1825), 129.
' Eussian Statement of Terms,' proposed—Canning - Bagot Correspondence (12 July and if Aug.,
1823), 41, 44.
Third Negotiations.
Conclusion of Treaty, Final Modifications, &c—Letter from Mr. S.
Canning (?££• 1825), 130—
Eeply (2 April), 133.
Instructions to Mr. S. Canning, with
Draft Convention (8 Dec,
1824), 112, 115.
Transfer of Negotiations from St. Petersburg to London, proposed.
Canning-Ward Correspondence (13
Sept., tV Nov., A Dec, 1824),
109, 111.
Lieven, Count, Letter to (12 Sept.,'
1824), 108.
Whale Fishery, Annulment of Ukase of
1821 — Shipowners'      Society
Letter (19 Nov., 1823), 57.
Canning-Lieven Correspondence (25
and 26 Nov., 1823), 57, 58.
Eeply     to     Shipowners'     Society
(26 Nov., 1823), 58.
CANNING, Mr. GEOEGE (cont.).
United States.
Joint Negotiations with Great Britain,
see subheading Eussian Ukase.
Negotiations with Eussia proposed in
1822—Letter from Sir C. Bagot
with Inclosure (if Aug., 1823), 44,
45, 46.
Territorial Pretensions as heirs to the
claims of Spain, Monroe Doctrine,
&c—Bagot-CanningCorrespondence
(it Oct., 1823 and 16 Jan., 1824), 47,
60, 61, 62, 63.
Trading Eights, Protocol signed by
Eussian and United States Plenipotentiaries at close of negotiation
of Treaty of 1824—Letter from
Mr. S. Canning (A April, 1825), 133,
Treaty of 1824, see that sub-heading.
CANNING, Mr. STRATFORD,—British Plenipotentiary,     Treaty    of   1825,     3rd
Negotiations.
Russian Ukase of 1821.
Attitude of the United States—Letter
to Marquis of Londonderry (19
Feb., 1822), 21.
Joint Negotiations, Great Britain and
United States—Letter to Mr. G.
Canning (3 May, 1823) 39.
Trading Rights, Protocol signed by United
States and Russian Plenipotentiaries
at close of Negotiation of Treaty
of 1824 (A April, 1825), 134.
Treaty of 1825, Negotiations.
Conclusion of Treaty, Final Modifications, &c.—Letter to Mr. G. Canning
O'iS?- 1825), 130—Reply (2 April),
133.'
Contre-Projet submitted by Mr. Stratford
Canning (A-Feb., 1825), 121, 123.
Fishing Rights not( discussed during 3rd
Negotiations, Exchange of Notes
proposed—Letter to Mr. G. Canning
(tV April, 1825), 133.
Instructions from Mr. G. Canning, with
■ Draft   Convention (8  Dec,   1824),
112, 115—Russian Reception of the
British Projet—Letter   to Mr.  G.
Canning (-A-Feb., 1825), 121.
Terms—Ratification of Treaty of 1824
gave additional force to British
demand for equal terms—Letter to
Mr. G. Canning (15 Mar., 1825),
129.
CAPODISTRIAS, Cotjnt, 44.
CARNARVON, Earl of,—Secretary of State for
the Colonies.
Determination of Boundary.
Cost of and Time required—Letter to
Earl  of Dufferin (19  Mar.,  1874),
178.
Need for—Letter to Earl of  Dufferin
(9 Nov., 1877), 236.
Stikine River Boundary Question, see
that sub-heading.
Prisoners, Conveying from Cassiar through
Alaskan Territory, Case of Peter
Martin—Dufferin - Carnarvon Correspondence (12, 27 Feb., 14, 20,
21 Mar., 16 Aug., 1877), 203, 216,
218, 219, 221, 231. CARNARVON, Earl op (cont.).
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Settlement of British Subjects in Territory claimed   by United   States—
Carnarvon-Dufferin Correspondence
(22 Oct., 24 Nov., 1876), 182, 184.
United    States   Action   in   regard   to
Customs,  Cost of determining
Boundary, &c
Carnarvon-Dufferin Correspondence
(9, 24 Jan., 13 Feb., 31 Mar.,
23 April, 20 Sept., 6, 24 Dec,
1877),  195, 200, 202, 221, 223,
234, 240.
Colonial Office Correspondence with
Foreign   Office   (22,   30  Dec,
1876), 196.
CAROLUS POINT, 309.
CASSIAR.
Transportation   of Prisoners from   Cassiar
through American territory, see titles
Prisoners and Martin.
CHACON CAPE.
Latitude determined by Survey Party, 1892-5
—Report of Messrs. Duffield &King,
285.
CHARTS, REFERENCES TO.
See Maps.
CHATHAM STRAITS.
Boundary, Chatham Straits as, see title Treaty
of 1825, sub-headings Eastern
Boundary and Southern (Water)
Boundary.
CHATHAM'S SOUND.
Referred to by Vancouver, 141, 146. 147.
CHICKAMIN RIVER.
Mention of in Mr. King's description of the
Coast Topography, 307.
CHILKAT PASS.
Provisional Boundary Line Proposal—Line
following the summit of the Pass.
Day, Mr., to Sir J. Pauncefote (9 May,
1898), 292.
Dominion Privy Council Minute, 293.
CHILKAT RIVER, 264.
Boundary, Determination of.
Conventional Boundary—Mr. Dall's Proposal gave the United States a little
Territory (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
Proposals in 1873, 1874 and 1875, 168,
178, 180.
Boundary from head of Chilkat River to
141st meridian, Dall-Dawson proposals, 259, 263.
CHILKOOT PASS.
Provisional Boundary Line Proposal—Line
following the summit of the Pass.
Day, Mr., to Sir J. Pauncefote (9 May,
1898), 292.
Dominion Privy Council Minute, 293.
CHILKOOT RIVER, 264.
Boundary,    Determination   of—Mr.    Dall's
Proposal (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
CHOQUETTE, Mr.
Trading Station, Assumption of possession-
by United States' Custom House
Authorities, see Bucks.
CHOUKOTSKI, CAPE, 137.
CHRISTIE, Mb..,—Secretary of State of Canada.
Determination and Definition of Boundary,
Cost and Time required—Christie-
Cameron Correspondence (27 and 29
Nov., 1873), 173.
Stikine River, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871—Letter to Earl
of Dufferin (21 Nov., 1873), 172.
CHURCHES.
Ownership of, in territory ceded by Russia
to United States—Treaty of 1867,
137.
CLARENCE STRAIT:
Treaty of 1825.
Boundary line to be drawn from southern
end as far as middle of Straits north
of Prince of Wales Island, thence
eastward  to mainland—1st Negotiations, Bagot 3rd proposal, 74.
Portland Channel, Erroneous mention of
alleged—Clarence Strait corresponding with precise directions given, 261.
Vancouver naming the Strait, 146, 147.
CLARKE, Capt., 22.
COAST.
Coast of South-Eastern Alaska, the valuable
part of that  region—Mr.  Dall to
Mr. Moore (3 Jan., 1888), 257.
Treaty of 1825—Text of Art. IV., 38.
Topography   of    the   Coast — Mr.   King's
Declaration,   &c   (27 April, 1903),
307.
What constitutes the Coast line ?
Cameron's, Maj.-Gen. D. R., Views
on, &c, Inlets Questions — Dr.
Dawson to Sir C. Tupper (7 Feb.,
1888), 260.
Consideration of, by a Tribunal—Treaty
of 24 Jan., 1903, 3.
COLUMBIA RIVER, 227.
Survey by Americans in 1806. 22.
Survey by Vancouver in 1791, 22.
United States Claim to territory between 41°
and 53° North Latitude—Hudson
Bay Company's Representation to
Marquis of Londonderry, 22.
COMMENCEMENT OP BOUNDARY LINE.
See Starting Point.
OF
Canning's, Mr., Instruction to Sir C. Bagot
(25 July, 1823), 43.
Commission of Three, &c—Sir J. Pauneefote'a
proposal—Letter  to   Mr.   Sherman
(23 Feb., 1898), 291.
Joint Commissions, see that title.
CONTINENTS.
Possession, right of, refer to titles Discovery
and Occupation. CONVENTION.
See Treaty.
CONVENTIONAL BOUNDARY.
Dall-Dawson   Conferences,   Description   of
lines   proposed   for   basis   of   an
Agreement—Dr.    Dawson   to   Sir
C. Tupper (11 Feb., 1888), 261.
Dall's, Mr., proposal—Mr. Dall to Mr. Moore
(3 Jan., 1888), 257, 258.
Difficulties met with in arriving at a conventional   line   of   boundary—Dr.
Dawson to Sir C. Tupper (7 Feb.,
1888), 259.
Stikine River   Boundary Question, see that
title.
COOK'S INLET, PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND,
64, 147.
COPPER   ISLAND    OF   KORMANDORSKI
GEOUP, 137.
COPPER OR ATNA RIVER, 258.
COST OF DETERMINING AND DEFINING
BOUNDARY.
See titles Determination and Definition of
Boundary and Survey.
COVERDEN POINT.
Survey work under Conventions of 1892-94,
Maps relating to,  &c—Report of
Messrs. Duffield & King, 285.
Vancouver's account of discovery, 147.
CRAIGHLLL, Gen.
Portland Channel Preliminary Survey, Capt.
Gaillard's Report—Letter   to   Mr.
Lamont (14 Nov., 1896), 300.
CREASE, Mr. Justice.
Martin, Peter, Trial of.
Charge to the Jury—Court had jurisdiction or concurrent jurisdiction, &c
—Mr. Fish's representations to Sir
E.Thornton (10 Jan., 1877), 198—
Report of Minister of Justice
(5 Feb., 1877), 206, 214.
Report of Trial, Mr. Justice Crease
directed to furnish Report (24 and
26 Jan., 1877), 199, 200.
CEEST OF MOUNTAINS.
Refer to titles Mountain Boundary and Treaty
of    1825,    sub-heading   Mountain
Boundary.
CRILLON, MOUNT.
Position and Altitude, 227.
CRIMINALS,    TRANSPORTATION   OF,   vid
THE STIKINE EJVEE.
See titles Prisoners and Martin.
CEOSS SOUND.
Hudson's   Bay  Company   Agreement   with
Eussian-American  Company  (1839
and 1849), 150, 153.
Treaty of 1825—Preliminary discussion, Sir    |
0. Bagot's proposal of Cross Sound    I
as Boundary (Oct., 1823), 48.
Vancouver's Account of Exploration, 147.
CUREIE, Sir V.
White Pass Trail, Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities- in
disputed Territory — Letter to
Colonial Office (31 Aug., 1888), 265.
CUSTOMHOUSE—BEITISH CUSTOMHOUSE
ON THE STIKINE.
See Stikine Eiver Boundary Question.
CUSTOMS, COLLECTOE OF.
See titles Sitka and Victoria.
CUSTOMS DEPAETMENT, OTTAWA.
Stikine Eiver, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871—Letter to
Earl of Dufferin (21 Nov.,   1873),
CUSTOMS DUTIES.
Bucks, Assumption of possession by United
States, see Bucks.
Yukon District—Canadian goods in transit
to  pass   duty free   proposed—Dr.
Dawson to Sir C. Tupper (11 Feb.,
1888), 263.
DALL,   Ms..,—United States   Coast and   Geodetic
Dawson, Mr., Letter to (24 April, 1884),
248.
Eeport, Extract from, 252.
Watershed Boundary proposed, Economy
of Time and Money in Survey, &c—
Moore, Mr., Letter to (3 Jan., 1888),
257.
DAVIDSON GLACIEE.
Mention of, in Mr. King's description of the
Coast Topography, 308.
DAVES, Mr. J. C. BANCROFT,—Acting Secretary
of State, United States.
Stikine River, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871—Letter from Sir
E. Thornton (31 July, 1873), 171.
DAWSON, Dr.,—Geological Survey of Canada.
Conventional Boundaries proposed as Alternatives  to  Treatyl(1825) Boundary,
Free Navigation  of Rivers,  &c—
Letter to Sir C. Tupper (11 Feb.,
1888), 261.
Impracticability of Boundary laid down by
Treaty  of   1825—Letter from Mr.
Dall (24 April, 1884), 248.
• " Lisiere " Limits according to Treaty of 1825,
Coast line,   &c—Letter   to Sir  C.
Tupper (7 Feb., 1888), 259.
Portland     Channel,    Boundary   following,
Canadian Interpretation of Treaty
of  1825—Letter to  Sir C. Tuppor
(7 Feb., 1888), 261.
DAY, Mb.
Lynn Canal Region Boundary,  Provisional
Delimitation   of—Letter to  Sir  J.
Pauncefote (9 May, 1898), 292.
DEASE LAKE, 228.
DEFINITION OF BOUNDARY.
See title Determination and Definition.
DENNIS, Mr. J.S.,—Surveyor-General of Canada.
Determination of   Boundary,  Points to  be
determined,   Cost,   Time   required,
&c—Report (17 Feb., 1874), 177.
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Diagram, Report on (6 Feb., 1877), 215.
Survey—Instructions   to    Mr.   Hunter
(3 Mar., 1877), 224, 225. DERBY, Earl as—Secretary of State for Foreign    i
Affairs.
Determination of Boundary.
Cost and Time required—Letter from
Sir E. Thornton (23 Feb., 1874),
178.
Need for.
Plunkett, Mr., Letter from (16 Oct.,
1877), 237. '
Thornton,   Sir E., Letter from (26
Mar., 1877), 223.
PrisonersconveyedthroughAlaskanTerritory,
Case  of   Peter Martin—Thornton-
Derby   Correspondence   (15   Jan.,
6 Feb., 1877), 216, 219.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question.
Foreign Office and Colonial Office—
Correspondence (8, 15 Feb., 1878),
243, 245.
Settlement of British Subjectsin Territory
claimed by United States—Letter
from Sir E. Thornton (27 Sept.,
1875), 183.
Thornton-Derby Correspondence (21, 28
Jan., 11 Mar., 1878), 244, 245, 247.
United States appropriation of Bucks,
Maintenance of the Status quo, &c—
Correspondence between Colonial
Office and Foreign Office (22, 30
Dec, 1876), 196.
DESOLATION SOUND, 147.
DETEEMINATION   AND   DEFINITION OF    \
BOUNDARY DESCRIBED IN THE
TREATY OF 1825.
Cost and Time required.
Cameron,    Capt.,   directed   to   furnish
Report (27 Nov., 1873), 173.
Application for maps  and correspondence, 173, 174.
Report Presented (18 Feb.,   1875),
179, 180, 181, 182.
Canada   to  contribute  one-half of the
British     Expenditure — Dominion
Privy Council Report (1873), 167—    I
Report transmitted to the Colonial
Secretary,  167.
Congress, Attitude of—United States
Secretary's doubts Whether necessary
Expenditure would be sanctioned,
165, 168, 169, 179, 183, 235.
Dall's, Mr., Proposal for a Conventional
Boundary (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
Engineer Department of United States,
Estimate, 168, 173—Correspondence
with reference to transmission of
Report to British Authorities, 178.
Report to  be   obtained   from   reliable
Authorities—Colonial    Office    and
Foreign Office Suggestions, 169.
Surveyor-General    of   Canada,   Report
(17 Feb., 1874), 178.
. Yukon and Porcupine Rivers—Surveyor-
General of Canada, Suggestion that
points of crossing by the 141 st
meridian might be determined in
one season, 178.
Immediate adjustment of the matter not, a
jessity, 163.
DETERMINATION AND DEFINITION OF
BOUNDARY DESCRIBED IN THE
TREATY OF 1825 (cont.).
Immediate adjustment of the matter not a
pressing necessity (cont.).
Stikine River exception.
Dominion Privy Council Report (6
Dec, 1877), 237.
Dufferin-Thornton Correspondence
(7, 13 Dec, 1877), 238'.
Impracticability of the boundary described
in the   Treaty   of   1825,   see subheading Possibility of Defining the
Treaty [1825] Boundary.
Joint Commissions, see that title.
Limiting the Demarcation, Determination of
particular points, &c.
Cameron's, Maj., Report on Canadian
and United States recommendations
(18 Feb., 1875), 180, 181.
Engineer Department of United States,
Extract from Report, 173.
Surveyor-General of Canada, Report
(17 Feb., 1874), 177.
Thornton's, Sir E., Despatch, quoting
report of United States Engineer
Department (15 Feb., 1873), 168.
Thornton's, Sir E., Suggestion in reply
to   Mr.   Fish's   complaint   that   a
British settlement had been formed
in United  States Territory  (Sept.
1875), 183.
Mackenzie's, Mr., Memorandum summarizing
previous   correspondence  and stating the    position   in   1876,   188—
Canadian   Privy   Council   Report,
188—Memorandum    and     Report
transmitted to Sir E. Thornton and
Earl of Carnarvon, 187, 188.
■ Modus Vivendi, see that title.
Necessity for defining the boundary—Reasons
adduced, Discovery of Gold, &c
British Columbia Legislative Assembly
Address to the Lieut.-Governor
(12 Mar., 1872), 162—Report of
Executive Council (8 July), 162—
Lieut.-Governor's Despatch, 163.
Carnarvon-Dufferin Correspondence (9
Nov., 6 Dec, 1877), 236, 237.
Carnarvon - Dufferin transmission of
Thornton despatches (13 Feb.,
20, 26 Mar., 1877), 202, 218, 223.
Pauncefote, Sir J., to Mr. Sherman
(Feb. 23, 1898), 291.
Plunkett-Evarts Correspondence (1, 10
Oct., 1877), 235, 236.
Plunkett-Richards   Correspondence   (9,
11 Oct., 1877), 235, 236.
Plunkett's, Mr., Despatch to the Earl of
Derby (16 Oct., 1877), 237.
Renewal   of   Negotiations  proposed—
Mr. Dall to Dr. Dawson (24 April,
1884), 248.
Salisbury's,    Marquis   of,   Instructions
to British Commissioners, 298.
Stikine River   Boundary  Question,  see-
that title.
Thornton-Fish Correspondence (15 Jan.,.
20 Feb., 1877), 202, 219. DETERMINATION AND  DEFINITION   OF
BOUNDARY, &c (cont.).
Necessity for defining the boundary—Reasons
adduced, &c (cont.).
Thornton's,  Sir E., despatch to Earl of
Derby (Feb., 26 Mar., 1877), 219,
223.
Possibility  of defining   the Treaty  (1825),
Boundary.
,    Impracticable.
Bayard, Mr., to Mr. Phelps (20 Nov.,
1885), 252.
Dall's, Mr., Report, 252.
Phelps,   Mr.,   to the   Marquis   of
Salisbury (19 Jan., 1886), 254.
Not impossible, nor even very difficult—
Dr.    Dawson   to   Sir   0.   Tupper
(7, 11 Feb., 1888), 260, 263.
Territorial rearrangement,  Reciprocal   concessions     proposed — Dall-Dawson
Conferences, 262.
See also title Survey.   •
DEWDNEY,    Mr.,—Minister   of   the   Interior,
Canada.
Preliminary      Survey,      Suggestions      for
Canadian Co-operation, &c.—Letter
from Mr.  Thorn (14 Dec,  1888),
267.
DICKINS, Mr. E. F.
Member of Survey Party under Conventions
of     1892-4—Instructions    to    Mr.
Dickins from Mr. Mendenhall (18
Mar., 1893), 277.
DISCOVERY OF TEEEITOEY.
Constituting a title to possession.
Coast only to which discovery could give
a title—Canning-Bagot Instruction
(15 Jan., 1824), 62.
Difference  of practice  in  case of continents  and islands—Lord  Stowell
to Lord Melville (26 Dec, 1821), 19.
Statesmen   and   Jurists,   Opinion  of—
Canning-Wellington Instruction (27
Sept., 1822), 28.
Eussian Pretensions, Analysis of.
Hudson's   Bay Company Memorandum
(25 Sept., 1822), 25.
Memorial, 65.
DISENCHANTMENT BAY, 309, 313.
DOCUMENTS   relative   to   territory ceded   by
Eussia to United States, Disposal
of—Treaty of 1867, 137.
DEAKE, Sir FEANCIS.
Voyage to N.W. Coast, Discovery of New
Albion, 65.
DOMINION ON THE  SEA, see titles Eussian
Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, and Treaty
of 1825—Maritime Jurisdiction.
DUFFEEIN,    Earl    on?,—Governor-General   of
Canada.
Determination and Definition of Boundary.
Cost and Time required—Letter from
Earl of Carnarvon (19 Mar., 1874),
178.
Kimberley - Dufferin      Correspondence
(18,  30 Jan.,   12, 19 Mar., 1873),
166, 167, 168.
Need for.
Carnarvon,   Earl   of,   Letter   from
(9 Nov., 1877), 236.
DUFFEEIN, Earl of (cont.).
Determination, &c, of Boundary (cont.).
Need for (cont.).
Kimberley,    Earl    of,   Letter    to
(25 Sept., 1872), 164.
Stikine  Eiver Boundary  Question,   see
that sub-heading.
Prisoners, Conveying from Cassiar through
Alaskan Territory—Case  of  Peter
Martin.
Blake, Mr., Letter from (7 Mar., 1877),
218.
Dufferin-Carnarvon Correspondence (12.
27 Feb., 14, 20, 21 Mar., \6 Aug.,
1877), 203, 216, 218, 219, 221, 231.
Thornton-Dufferin   Correspondence   (6,
10 Nov., 8 Dec.   1876; 10,  11, 19
Jan., 24 Mar., 1877X186, 187,193,
197, 199, 219.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question.
Determination andDefinition of Boundary.
Carnarvon-Dufferin Correspondence
(9, 24 Jan., 13 Feb., 31 Mar.,
23 April, 20 Sept., 6, 24 Dec,
1877),   195, 200, 202, 221, 223,
234, 236, 240.
Dufferin-Beaeh Correspondence (5,
7, 23 Mar., 4 April, 1878), 243,
247.
DufEerin-Thornton   Correspondence
(24, 29 Jan.,   7,  13,  24 Dec,
1877;   21   Feb.,   2,  18 Mar.,
1878), 201, 238,  239, 240, 242,
246.
Interruption   of    Free   Navigation   as
secured   by   the   Washington
Treaty of 1871, alleged.
Customs Department, Ottawa, Letter from (21 Nov., 1873), 172.
Dufferin-Thornton   Correspondence
(22 July,  25 Sept., 1   Oct., 25
Nov.,   15 Dec,   1873; 3 Jan.,
1874), 169, 170, 171, 172, 174,
176.
Kimberley,  Earl of, Letter to (10
Jan., 1874), 177.
Settlement of British Subjects in Territory claimed by United States.
Carnarvon-Dufferin Correspondence
(22 Oct.,  24,   25 Nov.,  1876),
182, 184, 188.
Thornton, SirE., Letter to (25 Nov.,
1876), 187.
DUFFIELD, Mr. W.
United States Commissioner under Conventions of 1892-4—Appointment of
Mr. Duffield in place of Mr.
Mendenhall, 280, 281.
King, Mr., Letter to (12 July, 1895), 280.
Dominion Privy Council Minute approving of Mr. Duffield's Appointment,
281.
DUFFIELD and KING, Messrs.
Eeport as to Survey work under Conventions
1892-4 (31 Dec, 1895), 282.
DUKE OF CLARENCE STEAM.
See Clarence Strait.
DUKE OF YOEK'S ISLANDS, 71, 74, 147. DUNCAN, Mr.
Visit to Islands off North-West Coast, 147.
DUNDAS ISLAND.
Discovery by Vancouver, 140.
DYEA.
Canadian Officials requested by United
States Officers to cease exercising
jurisdiction, adoption of Provisional
line, &c—Marquis of Salisbury's
instructions to British Commissioners
(19 July, 1898), 298.
Provisional Boundary Line proposed.
Day, Mr., to Sir J. Pauncefote (9 May,
1898), 292.
Dominion Privy Council Minute, 292.
Pauncefote,  Sir   J., to Lord  Aberdeen
(14 May, 1898), 291.
Sub-port  of   entry pending   Settlement of
Boundary    Question—McDougald-
Howell Correspondence   (23   July,
1897), 289, 290.
EAGLE POINT.
United States Storehouse, Erection of, 303.
EASTEEN BOUNDARY.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
See also titles Southern Boundary Portland
Canal, and St. Elias Eegion.
EASTEEN PASSAGE, 309.
ELIAS, MOUNT.
See St. Elias Eegion.
ENDERBY, Mr. S.
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations—Protest against
boundary line of waters in Behring's
Straits (7 Feb., 1824), 66.
ENDEEBY and MELLISH, Messrs.
Eussian Ukase of 1821—Letter to the Board
of Trade (27 Nov., 1821), 20.
ENDICOTT AEM.
Timber Line Altitude—Eeport of Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
ENDICOTT EJVEE, 308, 309.
ENGINEEE OFFICEES, EMPLOYMENT OF.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Survey.
Canadian Government, Employment of
Engineer attached to Canadian
Pacific Eailway Staff—Privy Council
Eeport (19 Jan., 1877), 201—
Correspondence, 200, 201.
Commission of two engineer officers, one
for each side, to agree upon a conventional boundary—Mr. Seward's
suggestion, see title Stikine Eiver
Boundary Question, sub-heading
Provisional Boundary.
ESTABLISHMENTS.
See titles Settlements and Hudson Bay
Company Trading Stations.
ESTEECHO DE ALMIEANTE FUENTES, 139.
EVAETS, Mr.,—Secretary of State, United States.
Determination   of   Boundary,   Need   for—
Plunkett - Evavts     Correspondence
(1, 10 Oct., 1877), 235, 236.
Martin, Peter, Case of—Letter to Mr. Plunkett (9 Oct., 1877), 234.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question—Thornton
Evarts Correspondence (19, 28 Jan.,
20 Feb.,  9 Mar.,   1878), 241, 242,
245, 246, 248.
EWEN NASS, 140, 141, 142.
EXCURSION INLET, 147.
EXPIEABLE PERIOD TO A EEGULATION
OF BOUNDAEIES.
Canning-Bagot Instruction, 41, 43, 45.
FAD-EN'S, Mr., MAP, 65.
FAIEWEATHEE EANGE, 308, 309.
Mount Fairweather, 148, 150, 153.
FAVOUEITE CHANNEL, 309.
FAEEAGUT BAY, 309.
FIFTY-FOUE FOETY (54° 40' north latitude).
See   titles   Latitudes   mentioned,   Souther-
Boundary, and Treaty of 1825, subheading Southern( Water)Boundary.
FIFTY-SIXTH PABALLEL.
See titles Portland Channel to the 56thparallel,
&c, and Treaty of 1825, sub-heading,
Portland Channel to Mount Elias-
Eegion.
FINDLAY, DUEHAM and BEODIE, Messrs.,
192.
FIEEAEMS, Sale to Natives prohibited.
Treaty of 1824, 120.
Treaty of 1825, 88, 95, 116, 125, 129.
FISH, Mr.,—Secretary of State, United States.
Joint Commission for determination of
boundary, Opinion in favour of—
Sir E. Thornton to Earl Granville
(18 Nov., 1872), 164.
Prisoners conveyed through Alaskan Territory, Case of Peter Martin—Fish-
Thornton Correspondence (2 Nov.,
20 Feb.,
6 Dec, 1
1877), 186, 194, T
Stikine Eiver Boundary Qu
Determination   of    bound;
Questio
Modus
?), 202.
Th
Bucks
mdi, &c—Letter
nton   (15  Jan.,
Interruption of Free Navigation as
secured by Treaty of Washington of 1871.
Fish-Thornton Correspondence (13
Dec, 1873 ; 2 Jan., 1894), 174,
176.
Eichardson - Fish Correspondence
(12 Sept.,   10 Dec,   1873) 171,
FISHEEIES.
Joint   Convention   between
Great Britain and
States Proposal, 47
Eus
ted States,
sia—United
Eussian periodical occupatic
the south of the 5
5th
£ regions to-
parallel, 71,
Treaty of 1824, 119, ■FISHERIES (cont).
Whale   Fishery — Protests   from   Persons
interested,    against    the   Russian
Ukase of 1821.
Enderby and Mellish,  Messrs.—Letter
to the Board of Trade (27  Nov.,
1821), 20.
Shipowners'   Society — Correspondence
with Mr. G. Canning, 35, 57, 58.
FISHMONGER'S COVE, 142.
FITZHERBERT, Mr. (Lord St. Helens), 55.
FITZGIBBON POINT.
Mention of in Mr. King's description of the
Coast Topography, 307.
FITZHUGH SOUND, 146, 147.
FOGGY POINT—Vancouver's Account, 145.
FORTIFICATIONS or military posts in territory
ceded by Russia to United States-
Treaty of 1867., 138.
FOSTER, Gen. J. W.,—Secretary of State, United
Joint Commission of 1892—Terms of Treaty
of 1892 — Appointment of Mr.
Mendenhall, &c — Letter to Mr.
Herbert (8 Sept., 1892), 271.
FOSTER GLACIER, 308.
FOX, CAPE—Named by Vancouver, 145.
FRANKLIN, Capt., 65, 110.
FRASER'S LAKE.      .
FRASER'S RIVER, 24, 25, 227.
FREDERICK SOUND, 309, 229.
GAILLARD, Capt.
Portland Channel Preliminary Survey, Storehouses erected on Shore and Islands,
&c—Report (3 Nov., 1896), 300.
■GEOGBAPHY of the territories in question,
want of accuracy of knowledge
alleged, 131, 132.
GHENT, TREATY OF, 23.
•GLACIER BAY, 312.
Survey work under Conventions of 1892-4,
maps relating to, &c—Report of
Messrs. Duffield and King, 285.
-GLENORA.
British Custom House on the Stikine, see
Stikine River Boundary Question.
•GOLD, DISCOVERY OF.
See Mining Operations.
•GOUGH, Viscount.
Joint Commissions under Conventions of
1892-4—Appointment of Mr. Duffield as United States Commissioner
in place of Mr. Mendenhall—Letter
from Mr. Olney (,25 June, 1895),
281—Letter transmitted to Lord
Aberdeen (29 June), 281.
•GRAHAM, Mr. J. A.
Stikine River, Interruption of Free Navigation as secured by Treaty—Letter
to Hudson's Bay Company (27 Oct.,
1873), 176.
GRANT, President.
Joint Commission for Definition of Boundary
—Message to Congress (2 Dec,
1872), 165.
GRANVILLE,    Earl,—Secretary   of  State for
Foreign Affairs.
Joint Commission for Definition of Boundary
—British Proposal of 1872.
Colonial Office, Letters to (12 Dec, 1872 •
12 Mar., 1873), 165, 169.
Thornton-Granville Correspondence (18,
25 Nov., 23 Dec, 1872; 15 Feb.,
1873), 164, 165, 166, 168.
Stikine River, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871—Letter to
Colonial Office (10 Dec, 1873), 175.
GRAVINA, ISLES DE, 147.
GRAY, Mr. Justice,—Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
Stikine River Boundary Question—Transportation of Criminals from Cassiar,
United States' Appropriation of
Bucks, &c.—Letter to Mr. Mackenzie
(16 Oct., 1876), 185, 191.
Mackenzie Memorandum (21 Nov.,
1876), 190.
Privy Council of the Dominion, Report
recommending transmission of letter
to Sir E. Thornton (6 Jan., 1877),
GREAT GLACIER, 229.
GRENVILLE'S OANALJ 147.
GUSTAVUS POINT, 309.
HALIBUT BAY.
United States' Storehouse erected on shore
of, 293, 302, 303.
HALL, C. H.
Evidence in Peter Martin case, 206.
HAMMOND, Mr. E.
Joint Commission for Definition of Boundary
—Letter to Colonial Office (12 Dec,
1872), 165.
HAY, Mr.,—Secretary of State, United States.
Portland Channel Shores and Islands, United
States Storehouses • erected in disputed  Territory — Hay-Pauncef ote
Correspondence (28 Feb., 11 Mar.,
19<
294, 295.
HELENE, Russian Ship.
Certificate of protection while cruising on
North-West Coast—Application by
Russian to British Authorities (12
Mar., 1824), 69, 75.
HENDRICKSON, MOUNT, 313.
HERBERT, Mr. M. H. (afterwards Sir),— British
Charge d'Affaires at Washington.
Joint Convention under Treaty of 1892—Provision for expenses, Appointment of
Mr. Mendenhall—Letter from Gen.
J. W. Foster (8 Sept., 1892), 271—
Foster letter transmitted to Lord
Stanley of Preston (13 Sept.), 271. HERBERT, Mr. R. G. W.
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Bucks, Appropriation of, by the United
States—Determination of boundary
by Joint Commission or modus
vivendi—Letter to the Foreign Office
(22 Dec, 1876), 196.
Interruption of Free Navigation as
secured by Washington Treaty of
1871—Letterto Officer administering
Government of Canada (18 Dec,
1873), 175.
HICKS-BEACH, see Beach.
HIGH PEAKS, 216.
HIGHFIELD, POINT.
Russian Establishment at mouth of Stikine
River—Cession to Hudson Bay
Company for 10 years, Agreement
(6 Feb., 1839), 150—Renewal of
Agreement (f^, 1849), 153.
HISTORY     OF      ALASKA      BOUNDARY
QUESTION.
Bayard's,  Mr.,   Review from   1825-85   (20
Nov., 1885), 248.
HOLKHAM BAY, 309, 311.
HOLLAND,  Sir H.,—Secretary of State for the
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance
of 1883—Correspondence between
Foreign Office and Colonial Office
(2, 19 Aug., 1887), 255.   .
HOUGHTON PORT, 309, 311.
HOWE, Ms..,—Secretary of State for the Provinces,
Canada.
Definition of Boundary between Alaska and
British Columbia, Need for—Letter
from Mr.  Trutch (11 July, 1872),
163.
HOWELL,   Mr.,—Assistant  Secretary,   Treasury
Department, United States.
Customs Facilities for Canadian Goods from
Juneau to Yukon Frontier.
McDougald-Howell Correspondence (22,
23, 27, 28 July, 1897), 289, 290.
Scott-Howell   Correspondence   (19,   20
Aug., 1897), 290.
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.
Giant to Hudson's Bay Company, Extract
from  (30   May,   1838)—Report of
Committee   of   British   House   of
Commons on Hudson's Bay  Company, 160.
Lease  of territory from  Russian-American
Company—Cape Spencer to latitude
54° 40' or thereabouts.
Agreement for 10 years (6 Feb.,  1839),
150—Renewal of Agreement (with
certain modifications) for 9 years in
1819, 153.
Ware's,   Mr., Declaration,    (22   April,
1903), 306.
New Caledonia, see that title.
Russian Ukase of 1821—Actual Occupation
by British Traders  of   Territories
claimed, &c, 28, 30, 31.
Canning, Mr. G.,  Letter to (25 Sept.,
1822), 24.
Londonderry,  Marquis of, Letter to (27
Mar., 1822), 22.
HUDSON BAY COMPANY (cont.).
Russian Ukase of 1821 (cont.).
Memorandum enclosed in Letter to Mr.
G. Canning (25 Sept., 1822), 25.
Stikine   River,   Interruption  of   free   navigation as secured by Treaty.
Graham, Mr. J. A., Letter from (27 Oct.,
1873), 176.
Pelly-Palmerston    Correspondence   (24
Oct.,   13  Nov.,   1835 ;     6,   14,    28
Jan., 4 Feb., 1836), 155, 156, 158.
Trading Stations—Position, Extension, &o.
Coast, Establishments on.
Near Coast north of- 55th and as far
as the   57th   parallel—British
Contention, 73, 110.
No establishments on the Coast—
Russian Contention, 72, 74, 77,
78, 104.
Columbia River, Establishment on, 22.
List of trading stations in 1822, 25.
Mackenzie River, 25, 30, 63, 65.
New Caledonia, see that title.
Northward extension to the west of the
Rocky Mountains, 63.
Westward extension by 53rd and 54th
degrees of North latitude—Russian.
Contention, 71, 72, 74, 76.
Treaty of  1825  Negotiations—Suggestions,
&c,    by   the    Company   on   the
boundary question.
Compromise suggested prior to conclusion
of Treaty of 1824—Concessions by
Great Britain rendered unnecessary
by the Treaty (26 May, 1824), 80.
Eastern Boundary.
Chatham Strait, there being no
Russian Settlement to the eastward, 65.
Chatham Strait Northern End, Line
due north until it strikes
mountains, thence following
ridge of mountains to Frozen
Ocean, 64, 65.
Chatham Strait or Stephen's Strait,
60.
Fifty or one hundred miles inland,
leaving country to  the  north
and to west of the Watershed
free to both nations, 64.
Mount    Elias,     Boundary     point
whence   line     of     longtitude
should be drawn, 64, 65.
Mountains, more particular description   of   supposed   mountains
contiguous to the coast, 78, 80.
Russian     Counter - Draft       (2nd
negotiations),     Criticism   of—
Suggested re-insertion of mountains at a " tres-petite distance
de la cote " as part definition of
eastern boundary, 110.
Strait between the islands and the
mainland a better division than
the mountains, 110.
Map marked with British Trading Posts
—Letter to Mr. G. Canning (16 Jan.,
n Count Lieven communicated
e   Foreign   Office   (19   Oct., HUDSON'S BA5T COMPANY (cont.).
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations (cont.).
Russian Counter proposals for boundary
as a whole—Views of the Company,
78, 79, 80, 110.
Southern Boundary.
Chatham Strait, Northern End, 64.
Sitka and Russian Settlements upon
the islands, fine
Ten Marine Leagues—Width f
for lisiere—Approval by the Company, 80.
HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIRST MERIDIAN.
See titles St. Elias Region, and Treaty of 1825,
subheading St. Elias Region.
HUNTER, Mr.
Stikine River Boundary Survey—Report.
Instructions from Mr. Dennis (3 Mar.,
1877),  224,  225—Report presented
(June, 1877), 226.
Martin, Peter,   Case  of—Report as to
place where  Martin's Assault
was committed.
Report presented (June, 1877), 231.
HUNTING SEASON.
Russian periodical occupation of regions to
south   of   the   55th   parallel,
ICE-FIELDS.
Ice-fields filling the Valleys of the 1
Mr. King's Description of Coast Topography, 307.
ICY STRAIT, 308.
Vancouver's Account of Exploration, 147.
IDDESLEIGH, Earl op,—Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs.
Geological    Survey    of    Canada — British
Government Disavowal of Boundary
shewn on—Letter to  Mr.   Phelps
(27 Aug., 1886), 255.
INDIANS OF ALASKA.
Bucks, Extensive trade at—American Custom
House Authorities  desire to push
trade at Wrangel and Sitka, 192.
Cameron's, Maj., Report;—Arms and Ammunition   required   for   members   of
expedition surveying boundary fine
(18 Feb., 1875), 182.
Habitat of, 25, 30, 63.
Hudson's Bay Company Grant, Extract from,
(30 May, 1838), 161.
Vancouver's account of meetings withNatives,
142, 143, 146, 148, 149.
INHABITANTS of territory ceded by Eussia to
United   States,    Nationality   of—
Treaty of 1867, 137.
INLETS.
Boundary Line to be drawn without reference
to Inlets, Maj-Gen. Cameron's views
—Dr.  Dawson   to   Sir C.  Tupper
(7 Feb., 1888), 260.
Treaty of 1825.
Bagot's,   Sir C, Objections to Eussian
Counter Proposals, 70.
Const of the Lisiere—Free navigation of
all inland waters which the Eussian
limits  might  comprehend—British
Proposal, 81.
INLETS (cont.).
Treaty of 1825 (cont.).
Coast of the Lisiere, &c. (cont.).
For ever—British Draft Convention
(12 July,  1824),  86, 87—Parliamentary   Exigencies—Count
Lieven's   Explanation   of   the
demand, 84.
Ten Years,  Eussian  Counterproposals, 93, 104, 105, 107.
Inlets were treated as part and parcel of
the Lisiere—Dr. Dawson to Sir C.
Tupper (2 Feb. 1888), 261.
ISELCAT EIVEE.
Boundary, Determination  of—Proposals   in
1873, 1874, and 1875, 168, 178, 180.
ISKOOT EIVEE, 222, 223.
Junction with the Stikine Eiver, 228, 229.
ISLANDS.
Discovery constituting a title to possession,
see Discovery.
JOCELYN, Capt.,- Officer   commanding  at Fort
Wrangel.
Martin,    Peter,    Conveyance    of,   through
United    States     Territory—Letter
from Mr. Lovell (Sept., 1876), 191.
JOINT COMMISSIONS PEOPOSED.
Bill submitted to House of Eepresentatives-
authorising survey and marking of
boundary, and providing for expenses (1872), 166—Bill shelved
owing to pressure of business, 168,
169.
Cost and Time required, see title Determination and Definition of Boundary.
Expediency of the measure, United States
Government satisfied as to (1872),
164,
165.
Grant's,   President,   Message   to   Congress
(2 Dec, 1872), 165.
Phelps', Mr.,  Proposal to the Marquis of
Salisbury (19 Jan., 1886), 254.
Instructions from Mr. Bayard to make
Proposals (20 Nov., 1885), 253.
Staff, Organisation of.
Cameron's, Maj., Eeport (18 Feb., 1875),
18i
Canada requesting to be allowed to cooperate    with    the    Imperial
Government (Jan., 1873).
Dominion Privy Council Eeport, 167
—Eeport   transmitted   to   the
Colonial Secretary, 167.
Premature to make arrangements in.
view of uncertainty of United
States'     Co-operation — Earl
Granville's Opinion, 169.
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question, see that
title.
Treaty of 1897—Demarcation of so much of
141st Meridian of West Longitude-
as maybe necessary for determination of the Boundary.
Failure to ratify by United States Senate,
288, note.
Terms of the Treaty, 287.
Yukon and Porcupine Eivers, Separate Com-
of boundary—Eeport of Surveyor-
General of Canada (17 Feb., 1874),. JOINT   HIGH   COMMISSION,    Quebec   and
Washington, 1898-9.
Instructions to British High Commissioners,
Pauncefote-Salisbury    Correspondence    (22
July, 1898), 298, 299.
Protocol of the Conferences at Washington?
May, 1898, 297.
United   States   Government   views   on  the
Questions to be discussed—Instructions   to United   States    Commissioners, &c.
Salisbury - Pauncefote    Correspondence
(9 Aug., 1898), 299.
Text of Memorandum, 299.
JOINT NEGOTIATIONS Great Britain and
United States, prior to separate
negotiation of Treaties of 1824 and
1825 with Eussia.
British Eeasons for refusing Joint Negotiation.
Joint Occupancy of disputed territory,
Provision in Treaty of 1818—
Awkwardness of admitting United
States to  British negotiation with
Eus
, 61.
Timbe:
Line Altitude—Eeport   of  Messrs.
Duffield and King (31 Dec. 1895),
Definition of Boundary, Need for—Letter
from Earl of Dufferin (25 Sept.,
1872), 164.
Joint Commission, 1872Proposal—Kimberley -
Dufferin Correspondence (18, 30
Jan., 12, 19 Mar., 1873), 166, 167,
168.
Stikine Eiver, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871.
Dufferin, Earl of, Letter from (10 Jan.,
1874), 177.
Officer   administering    Government   of
Canada, Letter to (18 Dec, 1873),
Monroe Doctrine, 61, 63.
United   States'   Disposition   to   oblige
Eussia—Foregone     understanding
alleged, 60, 61.
Full powers to Mr. Middleton, 48.
Joint Convention between the three Powers'
granting mutual rights of Fishery
and Trade—United States Proposal,
47.
Maritime Jurisdiction,   54,   60—Advantages
of combined action, 40, 60.
Nesselrode's, Count, Attitude towards Joint
JOY, SAMUEL, CASE OF
Thornton, Sir E., quoting in connection with
case of Peter Martin, 197, 217.
JUNEAU.
Canadian Goods passing to Yukon Frontier
without payment of Customs Duties,
Dyea sub-port of entry, &c—
McDougald-Howell Correspondence
(22 July, 1897), 289.
KING, Mr.,—Canadian Commissioner under Survey
Conventions of 1892-If, 272.
Arrangements for Survey—Letter from Mr.
Mendenhall (1 April, 1888), 273.
Declaration by Mr. King—Description of
Coast Topography, &c. (27 April,
1903), 307.
Duffield, Mr., Appointment as United States
Commissioner in place of Mr. Mendenhall—Letter from Mr. Duffield
(12 July, 1895), 280.
Instructions to—Letter from Earl of Eosebery
(8 Mar., 1893), 272.
KING GEOEGE HI. ARCHIPELAGO, 59, 65.
Vancouver's account of discovery, 149.
KING'S ADVOCATE.
Russian Ukase of 1821—Letter to Marquis
of Londonderry (20 Nov., 1821), 16.
KNUTSFORD, Viscount,—Secretary of State for
the Colonies.
White Pass Trail—Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory—Correspondence between
Colonial and Foreign Office (21,
31 Aug., 1888), 263, 265.
KODIAK ISLAND, 64.
KRUSENSTERN ISLAND, 137.
KURILE ISLANDS, 5.
Trade Protection of, see title Russian Ukase
of 4 Sept., 1821.
LAFLAMME, Mr. R.,—-Ministerof'Justice, Canada. '
Martin,  Peter,   Case  of—Report (19 Sept.,
1877), 232.
LAMBERT, Count de.
Russian-American Company's possessions,
Suggestions for boundaries, 53.
LAMONT, Mr. D. S.,— United States Secretary for
War. 'J
Portland Channel Preliminary Survey, Capt.
Gaillard's   Report—Letter   to   the
President (11 Dec, 1896), 300.
LANGSDORF, Mr. G. S.
History of Settlement of Sitka (Lichta), 64.
LANGWTN, Mr. E. J.
Martin, Peter, Case of—Letters to Secretary
of   Governor-General   of   Canada
(21 Dec, 1876; 10 Mar., 1877), 195,
218.
LANSDOWNE, Marquess op,—Secretary of State
for Foreign Afairs.
Portland Channel, United States Storehouses
erected    in    disputed   Territory—
Letter from Lord  Pauncefote  (20-
Mar., 1902), 294.
LATITUDES—Degrees of   north latitude mentioned.
37°
—65.
41°
—22.
42°
—47, 61
45°
—15.
45° 50'
—7.
45° 51'
—20. LATITUDES—Degrees of north latitude mentioned (cont.).
50° 41' 22"—285.
51° —7, 15, 18.
51° —18, 24, 31.
Claim of Russia to Rights of Sovereignty
between Behring's Straits and
51° N. latitude, see title Russian
Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821.
52° 20'
-24.
-22, 71, 72.
54°
—53, 55, 71, 72, 110.
54°   18'
—139.
54°  30'
—25.
54°  39' 50
—285.
54° 40'
—2, 38, 76, 77, 80, 81,  87,  94,
104, 105, 107, 115, 120, 124,
128, 136, 150, 153, 251, 269.     1
54° 41' 25
'—285.
55°
—227.
55° 42'
—143.
54° 42J'
—140.
•54° 45'
—139.
54°  45£'
—144, 145.
54° 48'
—144.
54° 48i'
—144.
54° 49'
—144.
54°  54i'
—145.
54° 55*'
—143, 144.
■54° 56'
—145.
54° 58'
—141.
54° 59'
—143.
■55°
—5, 25, 31, 33, 48, 56, 60, 61, 62,
71, 73, 76.
—142.
71, 76, 72, 87,94, 116,
58°
40'
—227.
58°
43&
'     —148.
58°
54'
—147.
59°
—45, 73, 104, 105
, 110.
59°
12'
—147.
59°
30'
—94, 107.
60°
—22, 24, 25, 31,
227.
55, 64, 70,
78,
60°
17'
35"—10, 285.
60°
20'
45"—227.
61°
—47.
62°
45'
30"—256.
65°
30'
—137.
66°
30'
—25, 30.
67°
—63, 65.
Survey work under Conventions 1892-4, Lati-
tudes determin ed—E
eport of Mes
SI'S.
Duffield and King, 2
83, 284, 28t
Tab
leof
certain of the mounta
n summits, I
10,
LE CONTE GLACIEE, 308, 309.
LEECH, Mr. JOHN, 225.
LEWIS, Capt., 22.
LICHTA, see Sitka.
LIEVEN, Count,—Russian Ambassador in London.
Eussian Ukase of 1821.
British Government Objections.
Provisional   Protest—Letter   from
Marquis   of  Londonderry (18
Jan., 1822), 20.
Wellington's,    Duke     of,    Letter
(28 Nov., 1822), 32.
Negotiations  proposed— Letter to   Mr.
G.  Canning (19   (31) Jan.,   1823),
34, 34.
Object of the Measure, &c—Letter to
Marquis of Londonderry enclosing
Count   Nesselrode's   Despatch  (29
Nov., 1821), 16.
United States and Russia, Negotiations
with reference to   North America
authorised—Intimation to the Duke
of Wellington, 24.
Verbal Explanation to Duke  of Wellington (10 Sept., 1822), 23.
Treaty of 1824, American Construction of—
Letter from Mr. Canning (25 Oct.,
1824), 111.
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations.
Conclusion and Ratification of Treaty—
Dissatisfaction that the Coast Mountains had not been adopted as the
invariable  line   of   demarcation—
Nesselrode-Lieven   Correspondence
(fIS; 13 Mar., |0 May,  1825).  130,
131, 132, 134, 135.
First   Negotiations,    Suspension    of—
Motives preventing Russian acceptance of British proposals—Despatch
from  Count Nesselrode (17 April,
1824), 75.
Instructions    to   Naval   Officers   provisionally suspending Ukase of 1821
—Communication      from      Count
Nesselrode (26 June, 1823), 42.
Second Negotiations—Revised Instructions  to   Sir C.  Bagot,  Draft
Convention, &c
Communication of Revised Instructions by Mr. Canning (29 May,
1824), 81.
Draft Convention, Points challenged
—Base instead of Summit of
Mountains   as boundary line,
Free Navigation of Behring's
Straits.
Memorandum (24 July, 1824),
91.
Nesselrode,   Count,   Letter   to
(if July, 1824), 89.
Failure  of Negotiations—Inadmissible   Points   in   the   British
Draft Convention—Letter from
Count       Nesselrode,        with
Inclosures (4 Sept.,  1S24),  96'
(Transl. 103), 100, 107, 108.
General Comments—Despatches to
LE CONTE BAY, 309, 310.
nd LIEVEN, Count (cont.).
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations (cont.).
Transfer of   Negotiations   to   London,
proposed.
Canning,    Mr.    G.,    Letter   from
(12 Sept., 1824), 108.
Nesselrode,  Count, Letter to (foa1
?„£"•, 1824), 109, 117.
Whale   Fishery—Shipowners'   Application respecting the Ukase of 1821
—Canning-Lieven   Correspondence
(25, 26 Nov.), 57, 58.
LIMESTONE INLET, 309, 311.
LIMITING  THE   DEMARCATION,  DETERMINATION OF PARTICULAR POINTS, &c.
See  title   Determination   and   Definition of
Boundary.
LIQUOR, SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR
TO NATIVES PROHIBITED.
Treaty of 1824, 120.
Treaty of 1825, 88, 95, 116, 125, 129.
LITUYA BAY.
Survey work under Conventions of 1892-4,
maps relating to, &e.—Report of Messrs.
Duffield and King (31 Dec, 1895), 285.
LONDONDERRY,  Marquess  of,—Secretary of
State for. Foreign Affairs.
Russian Ukase of 1821.
Hudson's Bay Company Representations
(27 Mar., 1822), 22.
Instructions to  Sir C. Bagot (19 Jan.,
1882), 21.
Legal opinion—King's Advocate Letter
(20 Nov., 1821), 16.
Object of the measure, &c
Bagot's,  Sir C, Report of Conversation with  Count Nesselrode
(17 Nov., 1821), 18.
Despatch from Count Nesselrode—
Copy communicated by Count
Lieven (29 Nov., 1821), 16.
Nicolay,  Baron,   Letter   from (31
Oct., 12 Nov., 1821), 14.
Provisional   Protest—Letter   to   Count
Lieven (18 Jan., 1822), 20.
United States' Negotiation with Russia—
Letter  from   Mr.  S.   Canning  (19
Feb., 1822), 21.
LONGITUDES MENTIONED (cont.).
225° 2' —148.
122°
30'
W.-
227.
:24° W.
125° W. —25.
127° W. —25.
131° W. —2, 38, 87, 115, 136.
131°        58'14" W.—230.
132°        28' W. —229.
133° W. —2,38,87,115,136.
135° W. —48, 55, 264.
'45"
-254.
139° W. —70, 72, 87, 90, 110.
140° W. —71, 116, 256.
140°    55' 47" -32 W.—285.
141° W.
[40«
0' 1
149.
229°        47' —143.
230° 2i' —143.
230° 3' —141.
230° 5' —143.
230° 6' —143.
230° 8' —143.
230°        16' —142.
230°        36' . —142.
Survey work under   Conventions   1892-4—
Longitudes determined—Report of
Messrs. Duffield and King, 283, 284,
285.
Table of certain Mountain summits, 310, 311,
312, 313.
LOVELL, Mr.,—Justice of the Peace.
Martin, Peter, Conveyance of, through United
States Territory—Letter   to   Capt.
Jocelyn (Sept. 1876), 194.
LYALL, Mr. G.,—Chairman of Committee of Shipowners' Society.
Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, Letters to
Mr. G. Canning (11 June, 19 Nov.,
1823), 35, 57—Foreign Office Reply
m Nov., 1823), 58.
LYNN CANAL.
Conventional Boundary—Mr. Dall's Proposal
(3 Jan., 1888), 258
Customs Duties—Canadian goods in transit
to Yukon District to pass duty free
proposed—Dr.   Dawson   to  Sir  C.
Tupper (11 Feb., 1838), 263.
Depot for surveying party, 182.
Provisional Delimitation proposal.
Day, Mr., to Sir J. Pauncefote (9 May,
1898), 292.
Dominion   Privy   Council   Minute   (27
June, 1898), 292.
Modus Vivendi, 305.
Pauncefote, Sir J., to Earl of Aberdeen
(14 May, 1898), 291.
Substituting Lynn Canal for Taiya Inlet
—Dominion Privy Council Minute
(27 June, 1898), 292.
Timber Line   Altitude—Report   of Messrs.
Duffield and King (31 Dec, 1895),
Treaty of 1825  Negotiations—Lynn  Canal
suggested as boundary.
First Negotiations, Bagot proposal, 67.
Hudson Bay "Company suggestion of a
line   due   north    from    northern
extremity of Chatham Strait, 64, 65,
Memorandum, 59.
Preliminary Discussion—Bagot proposal,
48, 55, 62.
Vancouver's   Account   of  exploration,  147, LYNN CANAL TO THE 141st MERIDIAN.
Boundary line to follow summit of St. Elias
Alps, proposed, 259, 263.
MACDONALD, Sir J.
White Pass Trail, Alleged Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory—Letter from Mr. Burgess
(19 June, 1888), 264.
McDOUGALD,   Mr.,—Commissioner of Customs,
Canada.
Customs Facilities for Canadian Goods from
Juneau to Yukon Frontier—McDou-
gald-Howell   Correspondence   (22,
23, 27, 28 July, 1897), 289, 290.
McGRATH, Mr. J.
Survey of the Boundary under Conventions
of 1892-4—Instructions from Mr.
Mendenhall (18 Mar., 1893), 275.,
MACKENZIE, Mb. A. —Premier of Canada.
Memorandum summarizing previous correspondence and stating position of
boundary question in 1876, 188—
Privy Council Report, 188—Memorandum and Report transmitted to
Sir E. Thornton and Earl of Carnarvon, 187, 188.
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Engineer, Employment of—Dominion
Privy Council Report approving
suggestion (19 Jan., 1877), 201—
Correspondence, 200, 201.
Transportation of Criminals, United
States' Appropriation of Bucks, &c
—Letter from Mr. Justice Gray (16
Oct., 1876), 185, 191.
MACKENZIE,   Sir  A.—-Partner  in North-West
Company.
Exploration west of the Rocky Mountains,
22, 24.
MACKENZIE RIVER, 53, 67, 228.
Hudson's Bay Company Trading Station, 25,
30, 63, 65.
Treaty  of  1825,  Boundary proposal—Line  •
such as in its prolongation towards
the pole would leave the Mackenzie
River outside the Russian possessions.
Bagot-Poletica   Preliminar
Russian-American Company's Interests,
McLEOD'S LAKE.
Hudson Bay Company's Trading Station in
New Caledonia, 25.
MALASPINA GLACIER, 309.
MALCOLM, Mr.
Stikine River Boundary Question—Letter to
Foreign Office (7 Mar., 1898), 246.
MANZANITA COVE.
United States Storehouse, Erection of, 302.
MAPS, REFERENCES TO.
Coast Survey Map of Alaska, No. 960^-Line
traced on, as conjectural as that of
Vancouver—Mr. Bayard to Mr.
Phelps (20 Nov., 1885), 252.
Dease Lake Region, Contradictory Maps—
Mr. Dall to Dr. Dawson (24 April,
1884), 248.
MAPS, REFERENCES TO (cont.).
Survey of Canada, Boundary
traced on Map—British Government disavowing recognition of
correctness of the line—Earl of
Iddesleigh to Mr. Phelps (27 Aug.,
1886), 255.
Portland Channel Entrance—Different
location of boundary line on
different charts—Mr. Bayard to Mr.
Phelps (20 Nov., 1885), 249, 250.
Stikine Boundary.
Begbie Sketch Map, 215.
Surveyor-General's Report (6 Feb.,
1877), 215.
Verification of   dotted   red   line—
Instructions   from    Surveyor-
General to Mr. J. Hunter (3
Mar.,      1877),      224—Report
(June, 1877), 230.
Survey Charts supplied to Mr. J. Hunter
in connection with (3 Mar.,   1877),
224.
Survey of Boundary under Conventions of
1892-4—Report of Messrs. Duffiold
and King, 284, 285.
United States theoretical loss of territory if
river monuments were fixed at
Treaty limits and not according
to line traced on Coast Survey
Map of Alaska (1884), 259.
Vancouver's Maps, see that title.
MARITIME JURISDICTION.
Discovery of the Coast did not give a right
to exclusive possession of adjacent
Seas—Lord Stowell to Lord Melville-
(20 Dec, 1821), 19.
See also titles Joint Negotiations, Russian
Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, and Treaty
of 1825.
'ery, 149.
MARTIN, PETER, CASE OF.
Legal Proceedings in British Columbia in
respect of an assault committed
within United States Territory.
Allegations presented for consideration
of British Columbia Government—
Correspondencebetween Lieutenant-
Governor and Secretary of State of
Canada (15 Nov., 5 Dec, 1896 ; 24,
26 Jan., 1897), 187, 193, 199, 200.
Court   had   jurisdiction   or   concurrent
jurisdiction in view of uncertainty   of   boundary—Judge's
charge to the jury.
Fish, Mr., expressing dissent, Letter
to Sir E.  Thornton (10  Jan.,
1877),   198,   199—Transmitted
to Earl of Dufferin, 197.
Minister of Justice, Report, 206, 214..
Dufferin-Carnarvon Correspondence (12,
27 Feb.,  14,  21 Mar.,  1877), 203,
Gr
Inquiry.
Fish-Thornton Correspondence (10,
11 Jan., 1877), 198, 217.
Thornton-Dufferin   Correspondence
(6,   10 Mar.,   1876;   19  Jan.,-
1877), 186, 187, 199. MATUSEVTCH-
Locality o:
Evide
Mt
's'r
to Mr.
sport (J
J.
224
Hunte
— Mi
f   Ju
stice,
204.
onP
Repor
(20  M
Feb
Minut
Mir
-De
(31 Mar.)
Privy  Com
Furt
Report (19 Sept., 1877)
discussing the decision of the
Imperial Government, 232—
Dominion Privy Council Minute
(19 Sept., 1877), 232—Transmitted to Mr. F. Plunkett
(20 Sept.), 232.
Prisoner in transit through United States
Territory, Evidence as to
Martin's Status—Justice of the
Peace at Glenora, Letter to
Officer commanding at Fort
Wrangel (Sept., 1876), 194.
Letter communicated, Fish to
Thornton (6 Dec, 1876), 194—
Thornton to Dufferin (8 Dec),
193 — Secretary of State to
Lieut. - Governor of British
Columbia (21 Dec), 195.
Release of Prisoner—Invasion of Sovereignty of United States.
Evarts', Mr., Letter to Mr. Plunkett
(9 Oct., 1877), 234.
Fish-Thornton Correspondence (2
Nov., 1876; 10 Jan., 1877),
186, 198.
Imperial Government, Views of,
after consultation with Law
Officers of the Crown—Carnarvon Correspondence with
the Canadian Government (16
Aug., 20 Sept., 1877), 231, 234,
Minister of Justice, Report, 210,
214, 233.
Richards-Plunkett Correspondence
(20 Sept., 10 Oct.,  1877), 232,
Report of Trial.
Crease,   Mr.    Justice,   directed   to
furnish   report  (24,   26   Jan.,
1877), 199, 200.
Lieutenant-Governor     of     British
Columbia  directed   to furnish
report to Secretary of State of
24 Jan., 1877), 185, 187, 199.
Thornton's, Sir E., Despatch to the Earl
of Derby (15 Jan., 1877), 216.
^MASKELYNE, POINT.
Vancouver's account of discovery, 140.
(19 Aug., 1887), 255.
MELLISH and ENDERB Y, Messrs.
Russian'Ukase of 1821—Letter to the I
of Trade (27 Nov., 1821), 20.
,rd
MELVILLE, Lord.
Russian Ukase of 1821, Law in regard to
territorial possession—Letter from
Lord Stowell (26 Dec, 1821), 19.
MEMORIAL RELATING TO  NORTH-WEST
COAST.
Inclosure in Mr. G. Canning's letter to Sir
C. Bagot, 64.
MENDENHALL,   Mr.,—United    States'    Commissioner under Conventions of 1892-4, 271.
Appointment of Mr. Duffield in place of Mr.
Mendenhall, 280, 281.
Instructions to Customs Officials, &c—
Letter to Mr. King (1 April, 1893),
273.
Work of the Surveying Party—Regulations   and   Instructions,   273,   275,
277, 279.
MERIDIAN LINE, 141°.
See title St. Elias Region to the Frozen *
Ocean.
MEREDITH, Mr. E. A.
Definition of Boundary between Alaska and
British Columbia, Need for—Letter
to Mr. Trutch (28 Sept., 1872), 164.
Full powers to negotiate with Eussia and
Eussian Ukase of 1821, Execution of—Count
Nesselrode's Eeply to United States
Inquiry (1 Aug., 1822), 45, 46.
MINING OPEEATIONS.
Definition of Boundary line a necessity, 162,
Consumption of dutiable goods in mining
districts would be very great in a
few years—Mr. Justice Gray's observations, 193.
Eesources of the country, 258.
Routes to the Mines, 176, 264.
MOB US    VIVENDI   pending   Settlement   of
Carnarvon's, Earl of, Suggestion—Correspondence between Colonial and Foreign
Office (22, 30 Dec, 1876), 196.
Pauncefote, Sir J., to Lord Aberdeen (23
Feb., 1898), 291.
Thornton-Fish Correspondence (15 Jan., 20
Feb., 1877), 203, 219.
MONROE DOCTRINE.
"alleged. British withdraw^6from
proposed joint negotiation with
United States, 61, 63. MOORE, Mr.,—Third Assistant Secretary of State,
United States.
Watershed Boundary Proposal, Economy of
Time and Money in Survey, &c—
Letter from Mr. ball (3 Jan., 1888),
257.
MOORE, Mr. Wm.
Complaint of restriction of Navigation rights
on the  Stikine River-,   see Stikine
River.
MOUNTAIN BOUNDARY.
Hunter's, Mr. J., Report (June, 1877), 227,
228, 229.
King's, Mr., Description, 309.
Parallel to the windings of the Coast—Mountains referred to in Treaty of 1825.
Hunter's, Mr. J., Report (June,  1877),
228.
ICing's, Mr., Declaration—Description of
the Coast Topography, 307.
Location of mountain peaks and existence
of  range  of mountains, &c—
Instructions   to   Survey party
under  Conventions of  1892-4,
274.
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 283.
Vancouver's Maps, Inaccuracy of.
Dall, Mr., to Dr. Dawson (24 April,
1884), 248.
Single     continuous    range     nonexistent, the reality a " sea
of mountains."
Bayard, Mr., to Mr. Phelps (20
Nov., 1885), 251.
Dall, Mr.—Report as to accuracy
of Vancouver's Charts, 252.
Dawson, Dr., to Sir C. Tupper
(7 Feb., 1888), 259, 260.
Phelps, Mr., to the Marquis of
Salisbury (19 Jan.,  1886),
254.
Summits—Table of certain of the Mountain
Summits which the line of Demarcation follows from Latitude 50° N. to
Longitude 141° W., 310.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
Treaty of 1867—Cession of Russian possessions in America to United States,
136.
Vancouver's observation of mountains in the
interior, 139, 142, 143, 147, 148.
MUIR GLACIER, 308, 310.
MUZON CAPE.
Latitude    determined    by   Survey    Party,
1892-5—Report of Messrs. Duffield
and King, 285.
-NARROW SEAS, 24.
NASSE, RIVER, 227.
NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Extract.
Synopsis of Treaty of 1824, 111.
NAVIGATION.
Regulations on opening of navigation in
Alaska, Issue proposed by United
States Government (10 Dec, 1873),
175.
Refer also to titles Rivers and Names of
Rivers, Treaty of 1825, &c
NEAPEAN SOUND, 147.
NESSELRODE, Count.
Russian Ukase of 1821.
Arguments in opposition to British claimt-
of Occupation—Letter from Baron
Tuyll (21 Oct., 2 Nov., 1822), 33.
Object of the Measure, &c.
Bagot, Sir C, Conversation with—
Sir C. Bagot's Report to Marquis of Londonderry (17 Nov.,
1821), 18.
Lieven,   Count,  Letter to (7  Oct.,
1821), 16.
Russian     Southern    Frontier,    Fixing    at
Observatory    Inlet—Letter     from
Baron   Tuyll  (21   Oct.,   (2  Nov.),
1822), 33.
United States—Offer of Negotiations in
reply to inquiry as to execution of
Ukase   of    1821—Letter   to    Mr..
Middleton (1 Aug., 1822), 45, 46.
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations.
Conclusion and Ratification of Treaty,
Dissatisfaction that the Coast Mountains had not been adopted as the
invariable line of demarcation—
Nesselrode-Lieven Correspondence's- 13 Mar., 1%- May, 1825), 130,
131, 132, 134, 135.
First Negotiations, Suspension of—
Motives which prevented Russian
acceptance of British proposals—
Despatch to Count Lieven (17 April,
1824), 75.
Instructions to Commanders of Russian
War Vessels, Provisional Suspension
of Ukase of 1821—Communication
to Count Lieven (26 June, 1823), 42.
Preliminary Discussion.
Appointment of M.   de Poletica—
Letter to Sir C. Bagot (22 Aug.,
1823), 49.
Report by M. de Poletica (3 Nov.,
1823), 49, 53.
Russian Ship, Memorandum requesting
Sir C. Bagot to grant Certificate of
Protection (12 Mar., 1824), 75.
Second Negotiations—Eevised Instructions   to  Sir C. Bagot, Draft
Convention, &c
Communication of Eevised Instructions—Despatches from Count
Lieven (K2,0 and 3ft£|l, 1824),
82, 83, 85.
Draft Convention, Points challenged
—Base instead of Summit of
Mountains   as boundary line,
Free Navigation  of Behring's
Straits—Letter    from    Count
Lieven (H July, 1824), 89.
Failure of Negotiations—Inadmissible points in the British
Draft   Convention—Letter
to Count Lieven with Incisures   (4   Sept.,   1824),
96, 103.
British Draft Convention with
Annotations, 100.
Explanations  with   regard   to
Eussian Contre-Projet, 107..
Transfer   of   Negotiations   to  London,
proposed.
Communication   to   Mr.  Ward   of
letter from Count Lieven (fuJJf",
1824), 117.
Letter   from Count Lieven   (lJ§S,:,.
1824), 109. NEW ALBION,
NEW AECHANl
Trade
I Trading Stal
ins in British hands'
NEW GEOEGIA, 147.
NEW HANOVEE, 147.
NICOLAY, Baron.
Russian   Ukase   of   1821—Letter   to   the
Marquis of   Salisbury (31 Oct., 12
Nov., 1821), 14.
NOOTKA SOUND, AFFAIR OF, 22.
NORFOLK SOUND, 59, 64, 65.
NORTH-WEST COMPANY 22, 23, 24, 30, 31,
62.
NORTHERN SECTION OF BOUNDARY, see
title St. Elias Region to the Frozen Ocean.
NOVO-ARCHANGELSK, 33, 48, 55, 65.
Opening to foreign trade proposed, see Treaty
of 1825.
OBSERVATORY INLET.
See Portland Channel.
OCCUPATION OF TERRITORY.
Hudson Bay Company, 28, 30.
Statements by the Company, 22, 24.
Russian Occupation—Treaty of 1825 Negotiations, &c
Extension of settlements to islands
adjacent to Sitka and to the mainland, question of, 59, 60, 64.
Legal Arguments in opposition to
Russian Pretensions, 16, 19, 28.
Hunting and Fishing Season — Temporary Occupation of regions to the
south of 55th parallel, 71, 76.
Memoire Confidential, 30, 31.
Charter granted to Russian-
American Company — Tacit
Consent of Great Britain, 31.
No occupancy on the mainland or inland,
62, 65.
Norfolk Sound, Occupancy of, did not
give Russia a claim to the Coast or
to inland territory, 64.
Sitka, Russians entitled to, by right of
occupation, 65.
Sitka being: an island gave the Russians
a to any part of the Continent,
64.
Southernmost point of Rus
Settle-
Twenty-five years' of continuous occupation alleged, 78.
OLNEY, Mr.
Joint Commission under Conventions of 1892-
4—Appointment  of  Mr.   Duffield,
Letter to Viscount Gough (25 June,
1895), 281.
OOROOP, ISLAND OF.
See Urup.
ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM, 65.
PACIFIC FUR COMPANY.
Establishment of,  and sale to North-West
Company, 23.
PACIFIC OCEAN.
Mackenzie,   Sir   A.,    First   Explorer   who
penetrated to the  Ocean from the
interior of the Country, 22, 24.
Treaty of 1824—Eight of Free Navigation,
Fishing and Trading, 119.
Treaty of  1825,   see that title, sub-heading
Maritime Jurisdiction.
PALMEESTON, Viscount,—Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs.
Stikine Eiver Expedition stopped by Eussian
Authorities, Violation of Treaty of
1825—Pelly-Palmerston Correspondence (24 Oct., 13 Nov., 1835; 6, 14,
28 Jan.,  4 Feb.,   1836),   155, 156,
158.
PAEKEE POINT.
Vancouver's account of exploration, 149.
PAELIAMENT, ATTITUDE OF.
Treaty of 1825—British demands in negotiation with Eussia formulated with a
view to the Parliamentary situation, 84.
Transfer of Negotiations from St. Petersburg to London, proposed, 108, 109.
PARRY, Capt., 20.
PASSAMAQUODDY BAY BOUNDARY. ,
Treaty of 1892, Terms of, 269.
Treaty of 1894, Terms of, 269.
PATTERSON GLACIER, 309.
PAUNCEFOTE,   Sir   J.   (afterwards   Lord),—
British Ambassador at Washington.
Joint High Commission of   1898-9—Salis-
bury-Pauncefote Correspondence (22
July, 9 Aug., 1898), 298, 299.
Lynn Canal Region Boundary—Provisional
Delimitation Proposal.
Aberdeen, Earl of, Letter to (14 Maj',
1898), 291.
Day, Mr., Letter from (9 May,  1898),
292.
Sherman, Mr., Letter to (23 Feb, 1898),
291.
Portland   Channel   Shores,    United   States
Storehouses    erected   in   disputed
Territory.
Hay-Pauncefote    Correspondence    (28
Feb., 11 Mar., 1902), 294, 295.
Lansdowne,  Marquis of, Letter to (20
Mar., 1902), 294.
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance
. of   1883—Letter to Colonial Office
(2 Aug., 1887), 255.
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Foreign Office and Colonial Office Correspondence (8 Feb., 15 Feb.,  1878),
United States action in regard to Customs, Cost of determining Boundary,
&c—Letter to Colonial Office (30
Dec, 1876), 196.
United States Survey — Boundary line
designated in Report of Coast and
Geodetic Survey—Letter to Mr.
Blaine (5 June, 1891), 268. PAYMENT FOR TERRITORY ceded by Russia
United   States—Treaty of
1867,
138.
PEACE RIVER, 227, 228.
PEARSE CHANNEL.
Entrance to Portland Channel Question, see
title Portland Channel.
PEARSE ISLAND.
Nationality—refer to title Portland Channel
Entrance.
United   States     Storehouse,    Erection   on
Eastern Shore of, 293, 302.
PELLY, Mr. J. H.
See Hudson Bay Company.
PELLY RIVER, 264.
PENDER, Stafp Commander, 182.
PENDER ADMIRALTY CHARTS, 249, 250.'
PERRIER'S PASS.
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance.
See Schwatka.
PHELPS, Mr.,— United States Minister in London.
Geological Survey of Canada, British Government Disavowal of Boundary shewn
. on    Map — Letter   from   Earl   of
Iddesleigh (27 Aug., 1886), 255.
Joint    Commission    for    determination   of
Boundary   proposed — Impracticability  of Boundary laid down by
Treaty of 1825, &c.
Bayard,   Mr.,   Letter   from   (20   Nov.,
1885), 248.
Salisbury, Marquis of, Letter to (19 Jan.,
1885), 253.
PLUNKETT, Mr.,—British Chargi d' Affaires at
Washington.
Determination of Boundary, Need for.
Derby, Earl of, Letter to (16 Oct., 1877),
237.
Plunkett - Evarts    Correspondence    ^1,
10 Qct., 1877), 235, 236.
Martin, Peter, Case of.
Evarts, Mr., Letter from (9 Oct., 1877),
234.
Richards-Plunkett   Correspondence   (20
Sept., 10 Oct., 1877), 232, 234.
POLETICA, M. de.
Appointment of M. de Poletica on the
Russian side, 45, 48, 49, 54.
Report to Count  Nesselrode  (3  Nov.,
1823), 49, 53.
POPOFF GLACIER, 309.
PORCUPINE RIVER, 227.
Boundary, Determination of.
in 1873, 1874, and 1875,
Separate Commission proposed—Report
of Surveyor-General of Canada
(17 Feb., 1874), 178.
vigation Rights as secured by the Treaty
of Washington, 1871, Restriction of
on the Stikine River, see title Stikine
Rive
-cutting, Right of, 263.
PORTLAND CHANNEL.
Conventional boundary—Mr. Dall's proposal
(3 Jan., 1888), 258.
Entrance to Portland Channel—Observatory
(or    Portland)    Inlet    v.    Pearse
Channel.
Article III. of Treaty of 1825—Text, 38.
Bagot's, Sir C, Amended proposal, 70.
Charts—Different location of the boundary on different Charts,— Mr.
Bayard to Mr. Phelps (20 Nov.,
1885), 249, 250.
Intention of Negotiators of the Treaty
of 1825, Wording of the Treaty in
accord with features of Vancouver's
Charts—Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps
(20 Nov., 1885), 250, 251.
Nesselrode's, Count, Explanation, 76.
Nomenclature, Confusion of, 261.
Portland Inlet identified as the main
passage inland on the Admiralty
Charts and those of the Geological
Survey of Canada, 250.
Russian Southern Frontier, Fixing at
Observatory Inlet proposed (1822),
33.
Vancouver's   supposition   that   Pearse
Canal was the lower part of Portland
Channel — Mr.    Bavard    to   Mr.
Phelps (20 Nov., 1885), 250.
Observatory (or Portland) Inlet.
Vancouver's Exploration, 140.
Boat   examination   of   Inlet   from
Salmon   Cove   northerly,   and
return to Salmon Cove, 142.
Naming of the Inlet, 146.
Openings   passed   by Vancouver's
Vessels, 141.
Return down Observatory Inlet to
Chatham's Sound, 146.
See also sub-heading Entrance to Portland
Channel.
Questions to be decided—Treaty of 24 Jan.,
1903, 2, 3.
Storehouses erected by United States, since
Survey under Conventions,  1892-4
—Publication of Chart upon which
Storehouses were marked, &c, see
Storehouses.
Survey of the principal deep-water passages
including   Continental   Shore   line
from the Channel to Lynn Canal—
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 283.
Timber Line Altitude—Report   of Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
Treaty of   1825—Portland  Channel as the
boundary   on   the   coast   of   the
Continent to the south.
British Draft Convention, 2nd negotiations, 87.
Entrance, see that sub-heading.
Erroneous mention of, in Treaty of 1825
—Clarence Strait corresponding
with directions given, alleged, 261.
Russian Counter-Draft, 1st negotiations,
70, 71—British Reply, 73.
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey,
description of boundary line—Sir
J. Pauncefote to Mr. Blaine (5 June,
1888), 268.
Vancouver's Exploration.
Examination of part of channel afterwards called Portland Channel to
its head, 143.
Latitude of head of Channel as observed
by Vancouver, 143. PORTLAND CHANNE
PRINCESS ROYAL
Discovered and i
ISLANDS,
tned by Mr. Dm
Observatory Inlet, see that sub-heading.
Returu down Channel, and proceeding
along western shore direct to Ocean,
&c, 145.
Trees cut down with an axe—Traces of
visit of civilised people, 143.
PORTLAND     CHANNEL    TO    THE    56th
PARALLEL,  THENCE TO   MOUNT
ST. ELIAS EEGION.
Head of the Channel, Position of.
Determination—Proposals in   1873 and
1874, 168, 177.
Discrepancy between Vancouver's Chart
and the wording of the Treaty.
~     ird, Mr., to Mr. Phelps (20 Nov.,
1885)
!50.
Phelps,   Mr., to Marquis of Salisbury (19 Jan., 1886), 254.
Latitude as observed by Vancouver, 143.
Nesselrode's, Count, description, 76.
Treaty of 1825 Negotiations.
First Negotiations—As far as Mountains
which run   along   Coast—Eussian
Counter-Draft, 70.
Second Negotiations (Bagot).
British Draft Convention—Line of
frontier   to   ascend   northerly
till it strikes Coast of  Continent lying in 56th degree  of
latitude, 87.
Eussian   Counter - Draft—Line to
ascend  northerly along   Portland Channel until said pass
came to an end in interior of
mainland,   situated    at    56th
degree of latitude, 94, 110, 113.
Text of Article III., 38.
Third Negotiations,  115, 124,   128   (for
details   of   negotiations     see   title
Treaty of 1825).
Treaty of   1867—Cession   of   Eussian possessions in North America to United
States, 136.
PORTLAND INLET EIVEE.
Boundary,    Determination   of—Mr.   Dall's
proposal for a conventional boundary (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
POSSESSION.
Territorial   Possession,   Eight   of, refer   to
titles Discovery and Occupation.
POWELL Mr., GRANT.
Definition of Boundary, Need for—Letter to
Mr. J. W. Trutch (27 July, 1872),
163.
PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, 64, 65.
PRINCE OF WALES ARCHIPELAGO.
Vancouver's Name for what is now Prin
Wales Island, 147.
JPBINCE OF WALES ISLAND.
Belonging wholly to Eussia.
Hudson's Bay Company proposing compromise, 81.
Treaty of 1825—Headlands lying to the
south of the 55th parallel, inclusion
within Eussian limits, 70, 72, 76, 87.
Treaty   of   1867—Cession   of   Eussian
possessions   in   North America to
United States, 137.
Nesselrode's Count, review of, &c, situation,
eof
PEISONEES,     TEANSPOETATION     FEOM
CASSIAR, vid the Stikine River.
Arrangement with United States proposed.
British Columbia Government, Views of
Correspondence between Lieutenant-
Governor    and    Secretary   of
State for   Canada   (13   Nov.,
4 Dec, 1876), 185, 193.
Executive Council Report (30 Jan.,
1877), 202—Transmitted to the
Secretary of State for Canada
(31 Jan.), 201.
Dawson, Dr., to Sir C. Tupper (11 Feb.,
1888). 263.
Gray's, Mr. Justice, Letter to Mr. Mackenzie (1'6 Oct., 1876), 185, 191.
Imperial Government, Views of, after consultation with Law Officers of the
Crown—Carnarvon Correspondence
with the Canadian Government (16
Aug., 20 Sept., 1877), 231, 234. '
Martin, Peter, Case of, see that title.
Minister of Justice of Canada, Report discussing decision of the Imperial Government (19  Sept.,  1877), 232—Privy
Council Report, 232.
Navigation Rights on the Stikine River, see
Stikine River Boundary Question.
PRIVY    COUNCIL   OF   THE   DOMINION
MINUTES.
Determination and Definition of Boundary.
Joint Commissions proposed.
Co-operation  of Canada (27  Jan.,
1873), 167.
Duffield, Mr., appointed as United
States Commissioner in place of
r. Mendenhall (30 July, 1895),
281.
Lyn
Canal   Eegion   Boundary,
'rovisional   Delimitation proposal (27 June, 1898), 292.
20 Sept., 1872; 21 Nov., 1876),
ingp
jit of Boundary Line, Considera-
n  of—Treaty of 24 Jan.,  1903,
Need for (20 J
163, 188.
Portland Channel, United States Storehouses
erected  in  disputed Territory (22
Oct., 1901), 293.
Prisoners,     Conveying    through    Alaskan
Territory—Case of Peter Martin, &c.
(30 Jan., 10 Feb., 21 Mar., 19 Sept.,
1877), 202, 204, 220, 232.
Stikine River Boundary Question (6,19 Jan.,
6, 21 Dec,  1877; 28 Feb,, 1878),
197, 201, 237, 239, 242.
Interruption   of   Free   Navigation   as
secured by Washington Treaty of
1871 (24 June, 19 Sept., 1873), "l70.
Settlement    of    British   Subjects     in
Territory claimed by United States
(23 Nov., 1875), 184.
PROPERTY,     RIGHT     OF,    IN    PUBLIC
BUILDINGS, £c.
Treaty of 1867—Cession of Russian possessions in North America to United
States, 137.
PROVISIONAL BOUNDARY.
Lynn Canal Region, see Lynn Canal.
Stikine River Boundary Question,  see that PYEAMID HARBOUR.
Survey of under Conventions of 1892-4—
Eeport of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 284.
EAIKES, Mr.
Portland Channel Shores and Islands, United
States Storehouses erected in disputed Territory—Baikes-Adee Correspondence (6, 16 Sept., 1902),
295, 296.
EAMSDEN, POINT, 143.
EATMANOFF ISLAND, 137.
RAYMOND, Capt. C. W., 178.
RETREAT, POINT.
Vancouver's account of discovery, 149.
EEVILLA GIGEDO, CANAL DE, 145.
Survey of. under Convention of 1892-4—
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 284.
" of
Transportation of Criminals from Cassiar
through Alaskan Territory, Case of
Peter Martin—Scott-Richards Correspondence (13, 15 Nov., 4, 5, 21
Dec. 1876; 24, 26, 31 Jan., 1877),
185, 193, 195, 199, 200, 201.
'  of
Determination   of   Boundary,    Need   for—
Plunk ett-Richards   Correspondence
(9, 11 Oct.,  1877), 235, 236.
Martin, Peter, Case of.
Carnarvon, Earl of, Letter to (20 Sept.,
1877), 234.
Richards-Plunkett   Correspondence (20
Sept., 10 Oct., 1877) 232, 234.
EICHAEDSON, Mr. W.  A.,—Secretary  of the
Treasury, United States.
Stikine Eiver, alleged interruption of Free
Navigation as   secured by Washington Treaty of 1871.
Customs, Collector of,  at Sitka, Letter
to (8 Sept., 1873), 172.
Bichardson-Fish    Correspondence    (12
Sept., 10 Dec, 1873), 171, 174.
EIPON, Marquis op,—Secretary of State for the
Colonies.
King, Mr., Appointment as Canadian Commissioner under Treaty of 1892—Letter
to Lord Stanley of Preston (15 Mar.,
1893), 272.
EITTER, Mr. H. P.
Member of Survey Party under Conventions
of 1892-4—Instructions to Mr. Ritter
(29 Mar., 1893), 279.
RIVER!;
n Rights as secured by the Treaty
25 and the Treaty of Washington,
-Restriction of, see  title   Stikine
ROBINSON, Mr. 0.,—King's Advocate.
Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, Letter to
Marquis of Londonderry (20 Nov.,
ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
Hudson   Bay Company's   trading  stations,'.
Position of.
Columbia River, Establishments extending to  head-waters in the Rocky
Mountains, 25.
Westward   of   the  Rocky   Mountains,
22, 24.
Hunter's, Mr., Report respecting survey of
the Stikine River (June, 1877), 227..
Treaty of 1825—Inadmissible by the British
as termination of Russian frontier,
62, 63.
ROSEBERY,  Earl of,—Secretary  of State  for-
Foreign Affairs.
Joint Commission agreed on by Treaty of
1892 — Instructions to Mr.  King,
Canadian   Commissioner  (8   Mar.,
1893), 272.
ROTHESAY POINT, 309.
Stikine River Boundary Survey, Initial point
—Instructions to Mr. J. Hunter (3
Mar.,   1877),   224—Report   (June,.
1877), 229.
RUSH, Mr.
Russian Ukase of 1821—Authority to enter-
upon     negotiations    with     Great
Britain, 41, 46, 59.
RUSSELL, Mr. W. W., 231.
EUSSIA.
California, Eussi;
attempts to form settle-
Trade, Protocol signed by United States and
Eussia  at close of negotiations  of
Treaty of 1824, 134.
Treaty of 1824, see that title.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
EUSSIAN-AMEEICAN COMPANY.
Certificate of Protection for ship Helene—
Application by Eussian to British
Authorities, 69, 75.
. Concessions, Determination not to grant, 54.
Hudson Bay Company's Lease of Territory,.
see Hudson Bay Company.
Settlements.
Memorial giving position, &c, of chief"
Eussian Settlements, 64.
See also title Occupation of Territory.
Stikine   Eiver,   Stoppage  of   Hudson Bay
Company's Expedition, see Stikine--
Eiver.
Treaty of 1825—Boundary suggested, 53.
Ukase of 1799, 5.
Tacit consent of Foreign Powers, 5, 31,.
32, 56, 74, 76.
EUSSIAN UKASE OF 1799.
Charter granted to Eussian-American Company, 5.
EUSSIAN UKASE OF 4 SEPT., 1821.
Analysis  of   Eussian   pretensions—Hudson
Bay Company's Memorandum, 25.
British   Government — Objections   to   the
Ukase.
Memorandum and Letter, 29, 32.
Provisional Protest and Eeservation of
Eights   until   explanations   could EUSSIAN UKASE OF 4 SEPT., 1821 (cont.).
British   Possessions,   Eestriction   to  2°    of
latitude by the Ukase, 18.
British   Eepresentative   at    Conference    at
Vienna, Instructions, 28.
Confiscation of Foreign Vessels Eegulation, 7.
Adopted from Xllth Article of Treaty
of Utrecht, 18.
Extent of Territory was greater than that
ordinarily recognised by the Law of
Nations, 16.
Fifty-first parallel '51°)—First time that the
51st parallel had been declared the
boundary of the Eussian possessions,
alleged, 18.
Maritime Jurisdiction—Distance of .100 miles
from the Coast claimed by Russia.
American Trading Vessel ordered away
by Russian Frigate.
Attitude of United States, desire to
know  whether   Great   Britain
would   co-operate  in  negotiations, 40.
Russian Commanders' ignorance of
additional instructions, 42.
Legal opinion, 28, 32.
Suspension of Operation of Ukase.
Canning's, Mr., Reference in Letter
to Duke of Wellington, 29.
Instructions    to    Commanders   of
Eussian War Vessels, 41, 42.
Shipowners' Society, Application to
Mr. Canning to know
whether the Ukase had
been annulled, 57.
Canning - Lieven Correspondence, 57, 58.
Eeply from Mr. Canning, 58.
Verbal Explanation by Count Lieven
to Duke of Wellington, 23.
See also Treaty of 1825.
Negotiations, refer to titles Joint Negotiations,
Treaty of 1824, and Treaty of 1825.
Object of the Measure and Grounds upon
which it was issued—Eussian Official
Explanations, 14, 16, 18.
Periods at which the Ukase was to come into
operation, 22.
Possession by Eussia.
Exclusive Possession, Eight of, had not
existed   prior to  the issue of  the
Eegulations, 19.
Only claim Russia had was the having
made a grant to the Eussian Fur
Company   which    had    not   been
objected to, 110.
See also titles Discovery and Occupation.
Eight of Search, &c, Objections to, 30.
Memoranda.
Hudson    Bay    Compai
"12), 2-
Sept.
Londonderry, Marquis of, transmitted
to Duke of Wellington (14 Sept.,
1822), 23.
Eussian Confidential Memorandum in
reply to the Duke of Wellington
(11, 23 Nov., 1822), 30, 31.
EUSSIAN UKASE OF 4 SEPT., 1821 (cont.).
Memoranda (cont.).
Wellington,     Duke     of     (11    Sept.,
17 Oct.), 23, 29.
Eussian    Communications   to   the    British
Government, 14, 16.
Species of Territories claimed, Islands, &c.
19.
Suspension of Operation of Ukase, see subheading Maritime Jurisdiction.
Text of Ukase, 7.
Treaty of 1825, Whole negotiation arose out
of the Ukase, 112.
United States.
Attitude of, and desire to learn the course
which    the     British    Government
intended to adopt, 22.
Inquiry   as to   execution  of    Dkase—
Middleton-Nesselrode      Interview,
&c, 44.
Joint Negotiations, see that title.
Trading Vessel Incident, see sub-heading
Maritime Jurisdiction.
Whal
.    ELIAS   EEGION   TO   THE   FEOZEN
OCEAN.
Demarcation    of   141st   Meridian   to    the
Frozen   Ocean —Treaty   of   1897,
Terms of, &c, 287.
King's, Mr., Description of the Coast Topography, Mention of St. Elias Alps, *
308.
Lynn Canal to  141st meridian, Summit of
St. Elias Alps proposed.
Mount St. Elias.
Altitude, 227.
Determination of  the point where the-
boundary intersects Mount St.
Elias, proposed.
Engineer      Department     Eeport,
United States (1873), 168, 173.
Surveyor-General of Canada, Eeport
(17 Feb., 1874), 178.
Geographical position—Eeport of Messrs.
Duffield and King (31 Dec, 1895),
283.
Latitude and longitude, 227.
Eeport   of   Messrs.   Duffield   and
King, 285.
Point whence line of longitude should
drawn, 64, 65, 74, 76, 103, 114.
a's, Li«
, Eeport of Eeconnaissance,
atka.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
Treaty of 1867—Cession of  Eussian possessions in America to United States,
136.
ST. GEOEGE ISLAND, see Sitka.
ST. LAWRENCE, ISLAND OF, 137.
ST. MARY'S, POINT. -
Vancouver's account of discovery, 148.
SALISBURY, Marquis of,—Prime Minister and
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Joint High Commission of 1898-9.
Instructions to   British   Commissioners
(19 July, 1898), 297. SALISBURY, Marquis op (cont.).
Joint High Commission of 1898-9 (cont:).
Salisbury-Pauncefote      Correspondence
(22 July, 9 Aug., 1898), 298, 299.
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance
of 1883.
Foreign Office and Colonial Office Correspondence   (2,   19   Aug.,   1887),
255.
Salisbury-West     Correspondence     (20
Aug., 15 Sept., 1887), 256.
White Pass  Trail—Alleged  Concession by
United     States      Authorities     in
disputed Territory.
Colonial Office and Foreign Office Correspondence  (21,   31  Aug.,   1888),
263, 265.
Salisbury-West     Correspondence     (31
Aug., 21, 29 Sept., 1888), 265, 266.
SALMON COVE.
Vancouver's account of discovery, 141, 146.
SAN FRANCISCO, 181.
SCHWATKA, Lieut.
Reconnaissance in Alaska in 1883—Perrier's
Pass, &c, determined as defining
the boundary, Terms of United
States' Senate Rosolution—British
Government not prepared to recognise Lieut. Schwatka's report.
Cameron's,   Maj.-Gen.,    Memorandum,
264.
Foreign Office and Colonial Office Correspondence (2, 19 Aug., 1887), 255.
Memorandum and Note—Sir L. West to
.Mr. Bayard (14 Sept., 1887), 257.
Salisbury-West     Correspondence     (20
Aug., 15 Sept., 1887), 256.
.SCOTT, Mr. R. W.,—Secretary of State of Canada.
Customs facilities for  Canadian   Goods   at
Skagway—Scott-Howell Correspondence (19, 20 Aug., 1897), 290.
Transportation of   Criminals   from   Cassiar
through   Alaskan   Territory—Case
of Peter Martin.
Crease, Mr. Justice, Telegram to (24 Jan.,
1877), 199; Letter (26 Jan., 1877),
200.
Scott-Richards Correspondence (13,  15
Nov., 4, 5 Dec,  1876;   24,  26, 31
Jan., 1877), 185, 193, 195, 199, 200,
201.
■SEA.
Communication with,  from interior of the
Continent.
Dall's, Mr., Observations (3 Jan., 1888),
257. \
Pacific side of   British Possessions  in
North   America,    New   Caledonia
Rivers not explored in 1822, 25.
Vancouver's Speculations, 148.
Dominion   on   the   Sea,  see titles   Russian
Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, and Treaty
of 1825—Maritime Jurisdiction.
/SEAWARD BASE OF MOUNTAINS—Treaty
of 1825, Course of line to be drawn
parallel to sinuosities of Coast, 86,
87—Russian objections to word
Base, substituting Crest proposed,
90, 91.
.SEDUCTION, POINT, 148, 310.
SELKIRK, FORT.
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance,
see Schwatka.
SPENCER, CAPE, 308.
Northern limit mentioned  in  Hudson Bay
Company's lease of Russian Coast,
150, 153.
Timber   Line Altitude—Report of Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
STAKEEN, RIVER, see Stikine River.
STANIFORTH, POINT, 147.
STANLEY   OF   PRESTON,   Lord,—Governor-
G neral of Canada.
Joint Commission agreed on by Treaty of
1892.
King,  Mr.,  Appointment   as Canadian
Commissioner—Letter    from   Marquis   of    Ripon  (15  Mar.,   1893),
Mendenhall, Mr., Appointment as United
Slates Commissioner—Letter from
Mr. Herbert (13 Sept., 1892), 271.
STARTING POINT OF BOUNDARY LINE.
Consideration of, by a Tribunal—Treaty  of
SETTLEMENTS.
California, Russian attempts to form Settlement, 64.
Hudson Bay Company, see that title, subheading Trading Stations.
Russian Ignorance of existence of British
Trading Stations, alleged, 31.
Russian Occupation, see title Occupation.
Stikine River, Hudson Bay Company's Expedition stopped by Russian Authorities, see title Stikine River.
Treaty of 1824 (United States and Russia)—
Neither Contracting Party to form
Establishments within limits of the
other's possessions, 92, 119.
Treaty of 1825—Neither Contracting Party
to be allowed to form Establishments within limits of the other's
possessions - British Draft Convention, 2nd negotiations, 88—Russian
Counter-Draft, 95.
(For particular Settlements, see their names.)
SHERMAN, Ma.
Lynn Canal Region Boundary—Provisional
Delimitation proposed—Letter from
Sir J. Pauncefote (23 Feb., 1898).
291.
SHIPOWNERS' SOCIETY.
Eussian Ukase of 1821.
Application to Mr. G. Canning to know
if the Ukase had been annulled
(19 Nov., 1823), 57—Foreign Office
Reply (26 Nov., 1823), 68.
Injury to Whale Fishery—Letter to
Mr. G. Canning (11 June, 1823).
SHIPPING, visiting North-West Coast of
America, &c, Regulation of, see
Sept.,
title Russian   Ukase   of
OOT, RIVER.
Point where boundary line crosses,  Deter- SIMPSON, FORT, 152, 176, 182.
SITKA, 45, 48, 152, 192.
History of Russian Settlement—
dorf's Account, 64.
Pecuniary indemnity to Russia for loss caused
by proposed line of demarcation—
Bagot-Poletica Discussion, 57.
n of—Latitude, &c, 59, 60, 65.
a possession by right of occupation, 65.
Dccupation  of the island of Sitka
gave no claim to the Continent, 64.
Survey  of under  Conventions  of   1892-4—
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 283.
Treaty of 1825, Opening of Novo-Archangelsk
or Sitka to Foreign trade, see title
Treaty of 1825.
SITKA, COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS AT.
Bucks—Notification to Mr. Choquette to re-
Positio
Russia]
pay
dutii
Bucks.
Settlement of British Subjects on Stikine
River within United States territory,
alleged, 183.
Stikine River, alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington Treaty of 1871—Letter from
Mr. Richardson (8 Sept., 1873), 172.
SKAGWAY.
Canadian Vessels, Landing of—Extending
Privilege as conceded to American
Vessels—Scott-Howell Correspondence (19, 20 Aug., 1897), 290.
SKEENA RIVER, 227.
SNETTISHA
Lb
i—Re
srt of   Mes
,nd King, !
SNETTISHAM PORT, 309, 311.
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY.
Clarence Strait—Contention of British Columbian Government, 261.
Continental    Shore    Line,    from    latitude
54°  40' to Point Coverden, &c—
Survey work under Conventions of
1892-4, Report of Messrs. Duffield
and King, 285.
Latitude 54° 40' or thereabouts—Southern
limit mentioned in lease of Russian
Coast   to   Hudson  Bay  Company,
150—Renewal   of   Agreement   in
1849, 153.
Portland Channel, see that title.
Treaty of 1825.
Difficulties  of   Tracing   the   Boundary
according to  the Treaty—Marquis
of Salisbury's Instructions to British
Commissioners, 298.
See also title Treaty of 1825.
Treaty of 1867—Cession of Russian possessions
in America to United States, 136.
SPANISH CLAIMS to the North-West Coast-
Transfer to the United States by the
Treaty of Washington.
Russian Recognition of Spanish Claims.
Florida  Blanca-Fitzherbert   Correspondence, 55.
United States Contention, 47.
a'ritorial pretensions of United States
s equal
Great   Britain   and
Russia, alleged, 47.
Treaty of 1825—Introduction of clause protecting United States pretension, 63,
Lneident—Temporary recognition of
Status Quo—Marquis of Salisbury's
Instructions    to   British   Commis-
STEPHEN'S ISLAND, 139.
STEPHEN'S STRAIT OR PASSAGE, 59, 309.
Eastern Boundary, Stephen's Strait proposed
as—Canning-Bagot Instruction, 60,
STEWAET'S LAKE.
STIKINE EIVEE BOUNDAEY  QUESTION,
308,
, 310.
Begbie Sketch Map, see Maps—Stikine Boundary.
British Custom House at Glenora.
Duties collected at, Amount, 192.
Position of.
Supposed to be within United States
Territory, 183—Sending Officer
to ascertain position of Custom
House, proposed, 184.
Survey of Stikine Eiver,  Instructions to Mr. J. Hunter (3 Mar.,
1877),     224—Eeport     (June,
1877), 228.
Conventional Boundary—Agreement between
United States Authorities in Alaska
and Canadian Authorities.
Date of Ag
Canadi
int had never
iial communica-
ouncil   Eeport
) Jan.)
Gray's, Mr. Justice, Statement, 192.
Verbal Understanding between
local Customs Officers, Mr.
Eoscoe's Statement—Eeport by
Minister of Justice of Canada
(28 Mar., 1877), 222, 223.
Minister of Justice  of Canada, Eeport
that   no  Conventiona
existed    (20    Mar.,
I     B
220—
Dominion   Privy   Cou
(21 Mar.), 220—Eepoi
ncil
Mar
Eeport
nsmitted
), 219.
Position  of   Conventional
Effect of Canadian Offi
Bou
ndary—
from specified point, 2
22.
Status   Quo,   Maintenance
subheading.
of,
see   that
Thirty miles from the mo
as within  the  Convei
185, 191.
nth i
egarded
il Line,
Written Agreement—Inqu
iry
by  Earl
Dall's,  Mr.,  Proposal   for   a   Conventional
Boundary (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
Determination and Definition of Boundary.
Cost   of   fixing   Boundary—Inquiry—
Foreign Office Suggestion (30 Dec,
1876),  197—Earl of  Carnarvon to
Earl of Dufferin (9 Jan., 1877), 196. STIKINE RIVER BOUNDARY QUESTION
(cont).
Determination and Definition of Boundary
Engineer attached to Canadian Pacific
Railway Staff in British Columbia,
Employment of, Mr. Mackenzie's
Suggestion—Dominion Privy Council Eeport (19 Jan., 1877), 201—
Report transmitted to Earl of
Carnarvon and Sir E. Thornton (24
Jan.), 200, 201—Sir E. Thornton's
Approval, 201.
Engi
Cam
Joint Coi
Modus w
sr Department of United States
proposal, 168, 173.
con's, Maj.-Gen., Report, 180.
mission, see that subheading.
lendi—Earl of Carnarvon's Sng-
ion—Correspondence between
Colonial Office and Foreign Office
in reference to Dominion Privy
Council Further Report (22, 30
Dec, 1876), 196.
Necessity for, other points indicated not
being urgent.
Dufferin-Thornton Correspondence
(7, 13 Dec, 1877), 238.
cvey of the Eiver, Eeport on.
Instructions to Mr. J. Hunter
(3 Mar., 1877), 224—Further
Instructions relative to locality
of Peter Martin's Assault
(3 Mar.), 225.
Be
portpresen
(20 Sept.
ted (June, 1877), 226
von-Dufferin     Letter
1877), 234.
SUT
veyc
r-General<
f Canada, Eeport, 178.
■Glaciers
on
•ight bank
of river, 229.
Hi
ghP
>aks
dia
eram (6 F
rom Mouth of Eiver
eneral's    Eeport    on
Hudson Ba;
t Company's Expedition stopped
Eussian Authorities.
Armed force, Use
of, by the Eussians,
155—Eussian Denial of the charge
of having used a Menace, 158—
Hudson Bay Company Evidence,
158, 159.
'al of Construction placed upon
treaty of 1825 by Eussian Authorities
in America—Eussian Government
Eeply to complaint, 158.
Expense in fitting out Expedition—Loss
occasioned by action of Eussian
Authorities, 155.
Indemnity to  Hudson's Bay Company
proposed, 159.
Eelinquishment  of   Claim—Agreement  between   Hudson's   Bay
Company       and       Eussian -
American Company, 152.
Inquiry    to     be     instituted—Eussian
G overnment Eeply to complaint, 156.
STIKINE EIVEE BOUNDAEY QUESTION,
(cont.).
Hudson Bay   Company's    Expedition,   &c
(cont).
Instructions to Eussian Authorities to
refrain from hostileproceedings.
Hudson's    Bay    Company    disappointment    that    no   Specific
Instructions had been issued,
156, 157.
Eussian Government promise to send
such    instructions    as   would
prevent recurrence of cause of
complaint, 158.
Offensive Language, Charge of—Russian
Denial, ascribing misapprehension to
incompetence of interpreters, 158.
Treaty of 1825, Violation of undermentioned Articles alleged.
Procedure in Cases of Complaint—
Armed force opposed to Hudson
Bay Company Expedition, 155.
Rivers of the lisiere—Free Navigation, 155.
Seas, Gulfs, &c, of the lisiere—Free
Navigation for 10 years, 155.
Joint Commission to define point on Stikine
River intersected by Boundary line.
Dominion   Privy   Council   Report   (23
Nov., 1875)—Report transmitted to
Earl of Carnarvon (24 Nov.), 184.
Dominion Privy Council Further Report
accompanied by Mackenzie Memorandum (21 Nov., 1876), 188, 190,
191—Memorandum    and    Report
transmitted to Sir E. Thornton and
Earl of Carnarvon, 187, 188.
Thornton-Fish Correspondence (15 Jan.,
20 Feb., 1877), 202, 219—Thornton
Letter    transmitted    to    Earl    of
Dufferin, 202.
Maps, see that title.
Navigation Rights under Treaty of 1825,
Abrogation of, by the Treaty of
Washington,     1871—Question    of
British Columbia Government, Views of
—Executive Council Report (30
Jan., 1877), 202.
Gray's, Mr. Justice, Observations,  185,
Imperial Go-
ws of,   after
dence with the  Canadian
ment (16 Aug., 20 Sept., 18
of Pe
• Man
:, 210, 211,
vigation Rights under Treaty of Washington, 1871, Restriction alleged—
Complaint by Mr. William Moore
in 1873.
British vessels on the Stikine, number,
tonnage, cargoes, &c.—Collector at
Sitka directed to report, 175.
Consular Certificates required and Bonds
exacted by Custom House Officer at
Wrangel—Relaxation of Requirements in view of primitive condition
of the Country, proposed, 172, 173. STIKINE RIVER BOUNDARY   QUESTION
(cont).
Navigation Rights under Treaty of Washington, &c. (cont).
June 24.—Dominion Privy
Council Report suggesting
Communication to British
Minister at Washington,
170.
July 22.—Lord Dufferin forwarding Privy Council
report to Sir E. Thornton,
169.
July 31.—Sir E. Thornton's
Representations to the
United States Acting
Secretary of State, 171.
Sept. 8.—Instructions to Collector of Customs, Sitka,
to inquire into Mr. Moore's
Complaint, and to transmit
Copies of Navigation
instructions at Sitka and
Fort Wrangel, 172.
Sept. 12.—Mr. Richardson
informing Mr. Fish of the
action taken by the
Treasury Department, 171.
Sept. 19.—Dominion Privy
Council Further Report
requesting that the United
States be urgently moved
to give effect to the Treaty,
170.
Sept. 25.—Lord Dufferin transmitting further Report of
Privy Council to Sir E.
Thornton,  170.
Oct. 1.—Sir E.Thornton informing Lord Dufferin of his
Preliminary Representations, 171.
Nov. 21.—Extract from Report
of Collector of Customs at
Victoria, B.C.—Transmitted by Acting Minister of
Customs to Lord Dufferin,
172.
Nov. 25.—Lord Dufferin forwarding Report of Collector of Customs at Victoria,
B.C., to Sir E. Thornton,
172.
Dec. 10.—United States Treasury Instructions to the
Collector at Sitka to give
effect to Art. 26 of Treaty
of Washington, &c, 175.
Dec. 10.—Earl Granville transmitting copy of Stikine
River Complaintto Colonial
Office, with information
that Sir E. Thornton had
been instructed to communicate with United States
Government, 175.
Dec. 13.—Mr. Fish forwarding
Treasury Letter to Sir E.
STIKINE RIVER BOUNDARY   QUESTION
(cont).
Navigation Rights under Treaty of Washington, &c. (cont)
Correspondence — Chronological     Arrangement (cont).
1873 (cont.).
Dec    18.—Colonial   Secretary
transmitting Specified
Documents to officer   administering Government of
Canada, 175.
1874.
Jan. 2.—Collectors at Sitka and
Wrangel instructed to act
in accordance with Treaty
of Washington (Fish to
Thornton), 176.
Jan. 3.—Mr. Fish's note communicated (Thornton • to
Dufferin), 176.
Jan. 10.—Communication of
Correspondence resulting
in instructions to United
States authorities in Alaska
(Dufferin to Kimberley),
177.
Gold,   Discovery   of,
the Stikine
in Advantage,
tearer to   the
than     Fort
D«
Tho
3. 15.—Sir E. Thornton forwarding Mr. Fish's note
and Treasury Letter to
Lord Dufferin, 174.
District—Americ
Fort  Wrangel  ]
Stikine     River
Simpson, 176.
Importance of   at once   obtaining
Free Navigation of the River,
&c, 170, 176.
Regulations  on   the   transportation  of
Merchandise, and on the opening of
Navigation   in   Alaska,   Issue   by
United States, proposed, 175.
^visional Boundary.
Commission of two Engineer Officers, one
for each side, Mr. Seward's proposal
— Canadian Government  Counterproposal   that   the  United   States
should accept the line already reported by Mr. Hunter.
Canadian   Privy    Council   Report
(21 Dec, 1877), 239.
Dufferin, Earl of,  to Earl of Carnarvon (24 Dec, 1877), 240.
Dufferin - Hioks-Beach   Correspondence (5, 7, 23 Mar., 4 April,
1878), 243, 247.
Foreign Office Correspondence with
the Colonial Office  (8, 15 Feb.,
7 Mar., 1878), 243, 245, 246.
Thornton-Dufferin   Correspondence
(13,  24 Dec,   1877),  21  Feb.,
2,   18  Mar.,   1878),  238,   239,
240, 242, 246.
Thornton - Evarts     Correspondence
(19 Jan.,  20 Feb., 1878), 241,
242.
Thornton's, Sir E.,   Despatches to
the Earl of Derby (21, 28 Jan.,
11 Mar., 1878), 244, 245, 247.
United States' acceptance of  Canadian
Suggestion on   condition  that
Treaty rights were to be in no
way affected.
Dominion   Privy   Council   Report
(28 Feb.,  1878),   242—Transmitted to  Sir E. Thornton (2
Mar.), 242. STIKINE RIVER BOUNDARY QUESTION
(cont).
Provisional Boundary (cont.).
1 United States'  acceptance of Canadian
Suggestion, &c (cont.).
Evarts - Thornton    Correspondence
(28 Jan., 20 Feb., 9 Mar., 1878),
242, 245, 246, 248.
(For Mr. Hunter's Report, see subheading Determination).
Russian Establishment  at Point Highfield,
Cession to Hudson Bay   Company
for  10 years (6 Feb., 1839), 150—
Renewal of Agreement in 1849 for
9 years, 153.
Settlement of    British   Subjects   near   the
Stikine   River—Settlement   within
United   States   Territory,   alleged,
182.
Joint Commission, see that sub-heading.
Sending.Officers to, ascertain position of
Settlement suggested, 183, 184.
Suspension of Settlers' Operations until
boundary  was   decided,   proposed,
183, 184.
Source  and  Course of Stikine River,  227,
228, 229.
Status Quo on the Stikine, Maintenance of,
pending     determination     of    the
boundary.
British Government in favour of—Earl
of Carnarvon's letter to Earl of
Dufferin (27 Feb., 1877), 216.
Minister of Justice of Canada, Report that there was no basis for
the   assumption of a conventional boundary (20 Mar., 1877)
220—Privy    Council    Report,
220—Earl of Carnarvon's Explanation that he meant   the
Status Quo (31 Mar.), 221.
Mackenzie Memorandum, 191.
Meaning of the Phrase Status Quo as
referred to in the Mackenzie Memorandum of  21  Nov., 1876—Report
■    by Minister of Justice of Canada
(28 Mar., 1877), 221—Privy Council
Report (31 Mar.), 221.
Thornton-Fish Correspondence (15 Jan.,
20 Feb., 1877), 203, 219.
Survey under Conventions of 1892-4—
Instructions from Mr. Mendenhall
to Mr. Tittmann, 274.
Surveyor-General of Canada, Report on
accuracy of diagram accompanying
Mr. Justice Crease's letter to
Minister of the Interior (6 Feb.,
1877), 215.
Timber Line Altitude of the Stikine—Report
of Messrs. Duffield and King, 286.
STONEY MOUNTAINS, 160.
STOWELL, Lord.
Russian   Ukase of   1821—Letter   to  Lord
Melville (26 Dec, 1821), 19.
STOREHOUSES in the region of Portland Canal,
Erection of, by United States since-
Survey under Conventions of 1892-4
—Publication of Chart with Storehouses marked on.
Correspondence relating to, 294, 295, 296.
Dominion Privy Council Minute, 293.
Report of Bureau of Engineers referred to-
in Mr. Hay's Despatch, 300, 301.
Description of Storehouses, 302.
STRANGWAYS, Mr. W. FOX.
Stikine River Expedition stopped by Russian
Authorities—Letter   to     Hudson's
Bay Company (13 Nov., 1835), 156.
SUMMIT OF MOUNTAINS. .
Boundary Line, see titles Mountain Boundary
and Treaty  of   1825,   sub-heading
Mountain Boundary.
SURVEY OF BOUNDARY.
Cost    of     and   Time   required,    see     titl&
Determination   and   Definition   of
Boundary.
Joint Commissions,  1892-5—Survey respecting   Boundary   between   the   two-
Countries   (Alaska   and   Passama-
quoddy Bay).
Coast Topography, Mr. King's Description of, 307.
Correspondence.
1892.
March 8.—Earl of Rosebery to-
Mr. King, 272.
March 15.—Marquis of Ripon
to Lord Stanley of Preston,
Sept. 13.—Mr. Herbert to Lord
Stanley of Preston, 271.
March 8.—Earl of Rosebery to
Mr. King, 272.
March 16.—Mr. Mendenhall to
Mr. Tittmann, 273.
March 18.—Mr. Mendenhall to-
Mr. McGrath, 275.
March 18.—Mr. Mendenhall to
Mr. Dickins, 277.
March 29.—Mr. Mendenhall to
Ritter, 279.
April  1.—Mr. Mendenhall   to
Mr. King, 273.
June  25.—Mr. Olney to   Vis.
Gough, 281.
June 29.—Vis. Gough to Lord
Aberdeen, 281.
July 12.—Mr. Duffield to Mr.
King, 280.
Extension of Terms of Treaty of 1892—
Terms of Treaty of 1894, 271.
Instructions to Commissioners, 272, 273.
Instructions to Mr. King—Letter from
Earl of Rosebery, 272.
King^s, Mr., Declaration in regard to the
Tot
t Strip along; SURVEY OF BOUNDARY (cont),
Ma
ont).
mlt of Sur
>rk,
284.
Discrepa
cy between the two sets of
.     prepared  independently
in the Offices of Commissioners
at   Washington   and   Ottawa,
284, 285.
Mountain   Boundary  of   the   lisihre as
claimed   by   Great   Britain,   Mr.
King's Description of, 309.
Mountain  Summits which the Line of
Demarcation follows, Latitude 56° N.
to Longitude 141° W., Table of, 310.
Names of Commissioners, 272.
Appointment   of   Mr.   Duffield in
place of Mr. Mendenhall,  280,
281.
Report of  Messrs.  Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 282.
Surveying Party—Names of Members,
274, 283.
Treaty of 1892, Terms of, 269.
Work of the Surveying Party—Regulations and Instructions as to.
Mendenhall's,    Mr.,    Instructions,
273, 257, 277, 279.
Report   of   Messrs.   Duffield   and
King (Dec 31, 1895), 282.
Preliminary Survey.
Joint  Operations—Mr.   Thorn   to  Mr.
Dewdney (14 Dec, 1888), 267.
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Description of line to be surveyed—Sir J.
Pauncefote to Mr. Blaine (5 June,
1891), 268.
Stikine River Boundary Question, see that
title.
ine  Proposal—Substituting   Lynn   Canal   for   Taiya
Inlet—Dominion     Privy     Council
Minute, 292.
TAKHIN RIVER, 308.
TAKU INLET, 308, 309, 311.
Survey under Conventions  of  1892-4—Mr.
Mendenhall's Instructions   to   Mr.
MeGrath, 275.
Timber Line Altitude—Report   of   Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
TAKU RIVER.
Boundary, Determination of.
Dall's, Mr., proposal for a conventional
boundary (3 Jan., 1888), 258.
Proposals in 1873, 1874 and 1875, 168,
178, 180.
Route to the Mines—Cameron Memorandum,
265.
Survey of under Conventions  of  1892-4—
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King
(31 Dec, 1895), 283, 284.
TEBENKOFF, MOUNT, 313.
TEN MARINE LEAGUES LIMIT.
Dawson, Dr. to Sir C. Tupper (7 Feb., 1888),
260.
Impracticability of surveying line laid down
by   Treaty   of    1825—Mr.   Dall's
Report, 252.
Misapprehension   as to   width  of    lisiere—
Mentioned in the Treaty of  1825
only as the outside limit which might
be   allowed   in   some   cases—Dr.
Dawson to Sir C. Tupper (7 Feb.,
1888), 259.
TEN MARINE LEAGUES LIMIT (cont).
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Description of lisiere, 268.
Stikine River Boundary Survey—Mr. J.
Hunter's Report (June, 1877), 229.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
Treaty of 1867—Cession of Russian possessions in North America to United
States, 137.
United States loss of territory if river monuments were fixed at Treaty (1825)
limits—Mr. Dall to Mr. Moore, 259.
TENTERDEN, Lord.
Joint Commission for Definition of Boundary
—Letter to Colonial Office (12 Mai-.,
1873), 169.
Stikine River, Alleged Interruption of Free
Navigation as secured by Washington    Treatv    of    1871—Letter    to
Colonial Office (10 Dec, 1873), 175.
TERRITORIAL WATERS.
Behring's Straits—Mr. Enderby's protest
against a boundary line, 66.
Treaty between Great Britain and Spain in
1790, 66.
Treaty of 1825.
Navigation Article from Treaty of 1824,
Adoption of, 114, 115.
Two   Marine   Leagues—British   Draft
Convention, 2nd negotiations, 87.
See also titles Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821,
THIRTY MILE LIMIT, i
THOMAS BAY, 311.
Timber
of    1825—Maritin
? Ten Marine Leagues.
Altitude—Report of   Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
THORN, Mr.   F.    M.,—Superintendent of U.S.
Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Preliminary Survey, Suggestions for Canadian   Co-operation—Letter   to Mr.
Dewdney (14 Dec, 1888), 267.
THORNTON, Sir K.—BT.M. Minister at Washington.
Determination of Boundary. .
Cost and Time required—Letter to Earl
of Derby (23 Feb., 1874), 178.
Joint Commission, Proposal  of  1872—
Thornton-Granville Correspondence
(18,   25  Nov.,   23  Dec,   1872;   15
Feb., 1873), 164, 165, 166, 168.
Need for.
Derby, Earl of, Letter to (26 Mar.,
1877), 223.
Fish, Mr., Letter to (15 Jan. 1877),
202.
Stikine River, see that sub-heading.
Prisoners, Conveyance through Alaskan Territory—Case of Peter Martin.
Fish-Thornton Correspondence (2 Nov.,
6 Dec, 1876 ; 10, 11 Jan., 20 Feb.,
1877), 186, 194, 198, 217, 219.
Thornton - Derby   Correspondence   (15
Jan., 6Feh, 1877), 216, 219.
Thornton-Dufferin   Correspondence   (6,
10 Nov.,   8 Dec,   1876;  10, 11, 19
Jan., 24 Mar., 1877), 186, 187, 193,
197,199, 219.
Stikine River Boundary Question.
Determination of the Boundary.
Derby, Earl of, Letter to (26 Mar.,
1877; 11 Mar., 1878), 223, 247.
Dufferin-Thornton Correspondence
(24, 29 Jan., 7, 13, 24 Dec,
1877; 21 Feb., 2, 18 Mar.,
1878), 201, 238, 239, 240, 242,
246. THOENTON, Sir E. (cont).
Stikine Eiver Boundary Question (cont).
Determination of the Boundary (cont).
Thornton - Evarts Correspondence
(19, 28 Jan., 20 Feb., 9 Mar.,
1878), 241, 242, 245, 246, 248.
Interruption of Free Navigation as
secured by Washington Treaty
of 1871.
Davis, Mr. J. 0. Bancroft, Letter to
(31 July, 1873), 171.
Dufferin - Thornton Correspondence (22 July, 25 Sept., 1 Oct.,
25 Nov., 15 Dec, 1873 ; 3 Jan.,
1874), 169, 170, 171, 172, 174,
176.
Fish-Thornton  Correspondence (13
Dec, 1873; 2 Jan., 1874), 174;
176.
Settlement of British Subjects in Territory claimed by United States.
Derby, Earl of, Letter to (27 Sept.,
1875), 183.
Dufferin, Earl of, Letter from (25
Nov., 1876), 187.
TIMBEE LINE.
Altitude of—Mode of occurrence of Timber,
&c—Eeport of Messrs. Duffield and
King, 285.
TIME   EEQUIEED    FOR    DETERMINING
AND DEFINING BOUNDARY.
See title Determination and Definition—Cost
and Time required.
TITTMANN, Mr.
Survey of the Boundary under Conventions
of 1892-4—Instructions from Mr.
Mendenhall (16 Mar., 1893), 273.
TOULOUBIEFF, Capt., 42.
TRADE.
Indians,   Trade  with,   at Bucks—American
competition at Sitka and Wrangel,
192.
Westward of the Rocky Mountains, British
Traders first in the field, 22, 24.
TRADE, BOARD OF.
Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821—Letter from
Messrs. Enderby and Mellish (27
Nov., 1821), 20—Transmitted to the
Foreign Office (7 Jan., 1822), 19.
Treaty of 1825, Negotiations—Protest
against boundary of waters in
Behring's Straits—Letter from Mr.
Enderby (7 Feb., 1824), 66.
TBAD1NG RIGHTS.
Hudson Bay Company, Extract from Grant
(30 May, 1838), 160.
Joint Convention between United States,
Great Britain and Russia—United
States' Proposal, 47.
Treaty of 1818, 23.
Treaty of 1824, 80, 119, 120.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
United States Claim—Bagot-Poletica Discussion, 57.
United States and Russia, Protocol signed at
close of negotiations of Treaty of
1824, 134.
TRADING STATIONS.
See titles Hudson Bay Company, Occupation,
and Settlements.,
TRANSIT PRIVILEGES.
Navigation Rights on the Stikine River, see
titles Stikine River and Prisoners.
TREATY OF  1790—GREAT BRITAIN  AND
SPAIN.
Boundary line of waters arranged, 66.
TREATY OF 1818—UNITED STATES AND
GREAT BRITAIN.
British acknowledgment that territorial rights
on North-West Coast were doubtful
—Russian Contention, 77.
Joint Occupancy of disputed territory, Provision for—Awkwardness of admitting United States to British Negotiations with Eussia, 61.
Trading Eights, 23.
TEEATY OF  1824—UNITED  STATES AND
EUSSIA.
Fishing, Eight of, 119, 120.
Maritime Jurisdiction.
Mare clausum,  Question of, not touched
upon, 92.
Pacific  Ocean Navigation  unrestricted)
119.
National Intelligencer, Extract giving Synopsis,
111.
Navigation and   Trading Eights,   80,   119,
120.
Nesselrode's, Count, Despatch to Count
Lieven, 104, 105.
Eenewal   of   articles   relating   to   free
navigation and opening of Port of
Sitka for 10 years, 157.
Negotiations proposed, 24, 39, 45, 46.
Eatification  of Treaty not  accompanied by
explanation   calculated   to   modify
force of Articles, 134.
Settlements—Eussia to form no new settlements south, nor the United States
north, of 54° 40', 92, 119.
Southern Eussian Frontier fixed at 54° 40',
each
by the
other's
/isiting    and   resorting
possessions.
Free and unrestricted intercourse, 92,
Landing where there was an Establi
ment—Permission reciprocally
quired, 119.
raugement to be based upon mutual consent
rather than upon abstract principles
of international law, 55, 67, 86, 94,
115, 123, 127.
tide dealing with the line of demarcation.
Division into 3rd, 4th and 5th Articles.
Matusevich's Alteration of Stratford
Canning's Contre-Projet, 128.
Eeport by Stratford Canning, 130. TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Article dealing with the line of Demarcation
TREATY OF 1825—GREAT BRITAIN  AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Correspondence—Chronological Arrangement
IV. and V.,  consideration of
i Tribunal—Treaty of 24 Jan.
Behr
Boundary line of waters—Mr. Enderby's
protest, 66.
Free Navigation   of  Behring's Straits
and the seas beyond.
Boon from Russia—British refusal
to allow free navigation of
Behring's Straits to be stated
in the Treaty as a boon from
Russia, 113.
British Draft Convention, 2nd
negotiations (12 July, 1824),
87—Russian Counter-Draft, 95.
New point and foreign to special
subject of negotiation—Russian
Objection, 90, 91—British
Standpoint, 90, 91.
Russian   disavowal     of   exclusive
claim to the Navigation—Report
by Stratford Canning, 130.
■Complaints on account of infraction of an
Article—Procedure,    88,    95,   116,
•Com
imise suggested by the Hudson Bay
Company prior to conclusion of
United States Treaty with Russia,
81.
ions so far as Russia was concerned—
Russian contention, 56.
British refusal to regard certain offers
and requirements  in the light of
concessions, 72, 73, 112, 113.
ae 26.—Instructions to Commanders of Russian War Vessels
on N.W. Coast suspending
operation of Ukase, 41, 42.
of demarcation proposed (Canning to Bagot), 4.
. July 25.—Expirable Period to a
regulation of Boundaries (Canning to Bagot), 43.
July 29.—Full Powers to Mr. Mid-
dleton, 48.
Aug. 19 (31)-—Russian Attitude on
proposed concert between Great
Britain and United States,
Separate negotiation on territorial question (Bagot to Can-
ning), 43.
Aug. 22.—M. de Poletica authorized
as Russian Negotiator (Nesselrode to Bagot), 49.
Oct. 17 (29).—United States' claim
to equal rights with other
Powers interested (Bagot to
Canning), 46.
Nov. 3.—Russian-American Company's Interests, Preliminary
Discussion on Boundary Question (Poletica to Nesselrode),
49, 53.
Nov. 19-26.—Annulment of Russian
Ukase of 1821 (Shipowners'
Society—Canning-Lieven Correspondence), 57, 58.
* Correspondence—Chronological    Arrangement.
Sept. 16.—Great Britain invited to
bring forward claims, if any,
during negotiation between
United States and Russia (Duke
of Wellington's Memorandum),
24.
Nov. 11 (23).—Negotiations proposed in Memorandum by the
Russian Cabinet, 32.
Nov. 28 and 29.— Negotiations proposed (Wellington to Lieven,
Wellington to Canning), 32.
1823.
Jan. 19 (31).—Negotiations proposed (Lieven to Canning), 33,
34.
Feb. 5.—Instruction to Sir C. Bagot
to open negotiations, 34.
Feb. 25.—Full powers to Sir C.
Bagot, 35.
May 3.—Great Britain and United
States acting in concert (S.
Canning to G. Canning) 39.
Jan. 8.—Trading Stations, Boundary Question (Hudson Bay
Company to Canning), 63.
Jan. 13.—Memorandum suggesting
limits which might be assigned
as boundary of Russian posses
Jan. 15.—United States' Territorial
Pretensions, Question of concerted action, Boundary Question (Canning to Bagot), 59.
Feb. 7.—Boundary line of Waters
(Enderby to Board of Trade),
66.
Mar. 17 (29).—1st Negotiations,
Failure of—Report by Sir C.
Bagot, with Inclosures, 66.
April 5 (17).—1st Negotiations,
Failure of—Motives preventing
Russian, acceptance of British
proposals (Nesselrodeto Lieven)
1 (75).
April 19.—Hudson's Bay Company
views on Russian Counter-
Draft, 1st negotiations, 78.
April 24.—British Government
Approval of Suspension of
Negotiations (Canning to
Bagot), 79. TREATY OF 1825—GREAT BRITAIN  AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Correspondence—Chronological Arrangement
(cont.).
1824 (cont).
May 20 and 21—(June 1 and 2).—
British Government accepting
latest propositions of Russian
Cabinet (Lieven to Nesselrode),
82,83,85.
Mav 26.—United States' Convention
, with Russia, Territorial Question (Hudson Bay Company to
Foreign Office), 80.
May 29.—Summary of Revised
Instructions to Sir C. Bagot
(Canning to Lieven), 81.
July 12.—2nd Negotiations, Instructions to Sir C. Bagot, 85, 86.
July 13 (25).—Count Lieven's
Criticism, of British Draft
Convention (Lieven to Nesselrode), 89.
July 24.—Memorandum by Count
Lieven, Crest of Mountains and
free navigation of Behring's
Straits Question (Canning to
Bagot), 90, 91.
Aug. 12.—2nd Negotiations, Failure
of, Report by Sir C. Bagot
with Inclosures, 92, 94.
Aug. 31.—National Intelligencer
a. United States Con-
ith Russ
Extract c
vention i
Canning)
110.
i (Bagot t(
Sept. 12.—Russian Refusal to conclude Treaty, Transfer of
Negotiations to London proposed (Canning to Lieven),
108.
Sept. 13 (25).—2nd Negotiations,
Failure of, Count Nesselrode's
explanations to Count Lieven,
96, 103.
Sept. 13.—Transfer of Negotiations
to London, Parliamentary
Exigencies (Canning to Ward),
109.
Sept. 19 j (Oct. 1).—Transfer of
Negotiations to London proposed (Lieven to Nesselrode),
109.
Oct. 19.—Hudson Bay Company's
Views on Russian Counter-
Draft, 2nd Negotiations, 110.
Nov. 1 (13).—Transfer of Negotiations to London proposed
(Ward to Canning), 111.
Dec. 3(15).—Stratford Canning to
conclude the Negotiation at
St. Petersburg (Ward to
Canning, with Inclosures), 117.
Dec 8.—3rd Negotiations, Instructions to Stratford Canning, with
Draft Convention, 112, 115.
eb. 1 (13).- 3rd Negotiations, 1st
Conference (S. Canning to G.
Canning), 121.
TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND-
RUSSIA (cont).
Correspondence—Chronological Arrangement
1825 (cont).
Feb. 1 (13).—Text of Contre-Projet
submitted by Stratford Canning, 121, 123—Matusevich's
Alterations, 125, 127.
Feb. 17 (Mar. 1).—Conclusion of'
Treaty (S. Canning to G. Canning), 130.
Feb. 20 (Mar. 3).—Russian dissatisfaction with line of demarcation (Nesselrode to Lieven),
131.
Mar. 13.—Ratification of Treaty,.
Russian dissatisfaction with line
of demarcation (Nesselrode to
Lieven), 131, 132.
April 2.—Satisfaction at conclusion
of Treaty (G. Canning to S.
Canning), 133.
April 3 (15).—Fishing Limit omitted
from 3rd«Negotiations, Exchange of notes proposed (S.
Canning to G. Canning), 133.
May 8 (20).—Russian dissatisfaction
with line of demarcation, British Standpoint (Lieven to-
Nesselrode), 135.
Description of Boundary to be more definite
—2nd Negotiations — British Requirement, 81, 84.
Draft Conventions and Counter-Drafts, Text
of, see sub-headings. First, Second,,
and Third Negotiations.
Eastern Boundary.
Chatham Strait, Lynn Canal, and line-
running North-West from head of
Lynn Canal (135° W.)—Memoran-
Chatham Strait, Lynn Canal, thence-
North-West to 140° W. longitude—
1st Negotiation, British proposal, 67..
Chatham Strait, there being no Russian
Settlements to the eastward—
Hudson Bay Company f:
Chatham Strait Northern End (Lynn,
Canal), Line due north until it.
strikes mountains, thence following-
ridge of mountains to Frozen
Ocean—Hudson's Bay Company
Suggestion, 64, 65.
Chatham Strait or Stephen's Passage—
Hudson Bay Company Suggestion.
(Canning-Bagot Instruction), 60,
62—Alternative proposal—Line
drawn from east to west on mainland
to north of North-West Company's.
posts, &c, 62.
Line such as in its prolongation towards,
the Pole would leave Mackenzie -
River outside Russian boundary.
Bagot - Poletica Preliminary Dis- •
cussion, 55.
Rui
.n-Amei
ests, 53.
Company Inter 1
TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Eastern Boundary (cont).
Lynn Canal, Meridian line drawn from
head of (135° W.)—Preliminary
Discussion, British proposal, 48,
55, 62.
Mount Elias Region to the Frozen Ocean,
see sub-heading St. Elias Region.
Portland Channel to Mount Elias
Region, see that sub-heading.
Rocky Mountains, Russian posts not to
extend at any point to the Rocky
Mountains (Canning-Bagot Instruction), 62, 63.
Stephen's Passage—Hudson Bay Company Suggestion (Canning-Bagot
Instruction), 60, 62.
Elias (Canning-Bagot Instruction),
62.
Strait between the mainland and the
islands — Hudson Bay Company
' urging the Strait as preferable to
the mountains, 110.
Temporary Arrangement—50 or 100
miles inland, leaving rest of country
to the North and to West of
Watershed free to both nations—
Hudson Bay Company Suggestion,
64.
Ten Marine Leagues inland from point on
coast corresponding to middle of
Strait north of Prince of Wales
Island, thence North and North-
West parallel to sinuosities of coast
(always 10 marine leagues distant),
to intersection with 140° W. longitude, &c—First Negotiations,
Bagot amended proposal, 71, 74.
Establishments.
Neither contracting party to be allowed to
form establishments within limits
of the other's possessions, 88, 95,
116, 124, 128.
Position of, see titles Settlements, Occupation, and Hudson's Bay Company.
First Negotiations (Bagot).
Amended Proposal by Sir C. Bagot, 70
—Russian Observations showing
territory left to the British by
Russian Counter-Draft, 71, 72—
British refusal to admit Russian
right to grant advantages in territory described, 72, 73.
First Proposal by Sir C. Bagot, 67—
Russian Counter-Draft, 69—Hudson
Bay Company's Views, 78, 79.
Suspension of Negotiations.
Canning's, Mr., Approval of Sir C.
Bagot's procedure, 79.
Report by Sir C. Bagot, 66.
Russian    final    decision    refusing
British      terms,      74—Count
Nesselrode's   Explanation    of
Russian motives, 75.
(For details of proposals, see sub-headings
Eastern Boundary, Portland Channel to Mount Elias Region, &c)
TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN  AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Fishing Rights.
British Draft Convention—2nd Negotiations (12 July, 1824), 87, 88—
Russian Counter-Draft, 94, 95.
British Draft Convention—3rd Negotiations (8 Dec, 1824), 115, 116
—Stratford Canning Contre-Projet,
124, 125, 128, 129.
Fishing Limit.
Not mentioned during 3rd Negotiations,  133—Exchange of notes
declaratory of the law of nations
proposed, 133.
Two Marine Leagues Limit—British
Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations, 87—Two Marine Leagues
Limit   done   away    with   by
adopting   Navigation   Article
from the United States Treaty
—Instruction      to      Stratford
Canning, 114.
Nesselrode's, Count, Despatch to Count
Lieven discussing  term  of   years,
&c, 104, 105.
Russian assertion of  fishing rights as
far  and   further    south   than the
55th parallel—1st Negotiations, 71,
76, 77.
Geography of   the territories   in question,
Want of accuracy of   knowledge,
alleged, 131, 132.
Hudson's Bay Company, for collective heading,   see  title Hudson's Bay Company.
Inland seas, &c, Free navigation of, see subheading Navigation Rights.
Maritime Jurisdiction—Free Navigation, &c.
Behring's Straits, see that sub-heading.
Freedom to permit foreign navigation or
to   reserve  waters—Bagot-Poletica
Preliminary Discussion, 57.
Instructions to Commanders of Russian
War Vessels suspending operation
of Ukase of 1821, 41, 42.
Ship cruising on N.W. Coast—Russia-
application to   British Authorities
for certificate of protection, 69, 75.
Spanish Precedent for boundary line of
waters, 66.
United    States    and    Great   Britain,
Proposal   for   Joint   Negotiations,
see title Joint Negotiations.
United   States   Treaty   with   Russia—
Substituting 1st two Articles for all
that related to maritime rights and
navigation in Treaty of 1825, 113.
"Visiting and resorting to each other's
possessions  on parts of the N.W.
coast   other   than   the   lisiere,   see
sub-heading Visiting.
Whole  extent of  Pacific Ocean—Free
Navigation, with Trading and
Fishing Rights.
British    Draft     Convention,    2nd
Negotiations (12  July,   1824),
87—Russian    Counter - Draft,
Omission   of   Trade    Stipulation,   95—Count   Nesselrode's
Views, 101, 105.
British    Draft    Convention,     3rd
' Negotiations,      115—Stratford
Canning    Centre ■ Projet,   124, TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Maritime Jurisdiction—Free Navigation, &c.
(cont).
Withdrawal in precise terms of exclusive
claims put forward by the Ukase of
1821—Canning-Bagot   Instruction,
62, 81, 105, 112.
Mount St. Elias, see sub-heading St. Elias.
Mountain Boundary.
Description more definite than supposed
chain of   mountains contiguous to
coast—Hudson Bay Company Suggestion, 78, 80.
Russian  .Counter-Draft—1st   Negotiations, 70, 71, 76.
Russian Dissatisfaction that the mountain boundary had not been adopted
as the invariable line of demarcation, 131, 132, 135.
Seaward base of mountains—Course of
boundary   line   to   be   drawn
parallel with windings of coast,
86, 87.
Crest   of mountains  preferable  to
base as a line of demarcation—
Russian objections to the word
"base," 90, 91, 114.
Suppression of mention of mountains.
British refusal to agree to proposal
—Instruction to Stratford Canning, 113.
Hudson Bay Company Criticism of
Eussian   Counter - Draft,    2nd
Negotiations—Suggested   definition of eastern boundary as
mountains   at   a   "tres-petite
distance de la cdte, &c," 110.
Nesselrode's, Count, Annotation of
Draft Convention and explanation of Counter-Draft, 2nd Negotiations,   101,  103, 106, 107,
See
Le
Ten   Mai
Navigation Eights.
Coast of the lisiere—Free navigation of
all inland seas, creeks, &c,
which the Eussian limits might
comprehend—British proposal,
81.
For ever—British Draft Convention
(12 July, 1824), 86, 87—Parliamentary Exigencies—Count
Lieven's   Explanation   of   the
Ten   years,   Eussian   Counter-proposals, 93, 104, 105, 107.
See also sub-headings Behring's Straits,
Maritime Jurisdiction and Eivers.
Nesselrode's, Count, Annotations on British
Draft Convention and explanations
of Counter-Draft, 2nd Negotiations,
101, 103, 106, 107, 108.
Novo-Archangelsk   or    Sitka,   Opening   to
Foreign Trade.
For ever—British Demand.
Canning-Bagot Instruction, 86.
Draft  Convention — 2nd   Negotiations, 87.
Eussian Counter-Draft, Offer of   open
port, 1st Negotiations, 70, 72, 76.
TREATY OF 1825—GEEAT BEITAIN  AND
EUSSIA (cont).
Novo-Archangelsk    or   Sitka,   Opening   to
Foreign Trade (cont).
Ten Years, renewable at Eussian discretion—Eussian proposal, 92, 93.
British Acceptance of Eussian proposal,  3rd Negotiations, 114—
Draft Convention,  116—Stratford    Canning      Contre-Projet,
Eussian Counter-Draft, 2nd Negotiations, 95.
Twenty years too long—Nesselrode comment on Bagot proposal, 106.
Objects of the contracting parties in making
the Treaty, 67
Eussian motive in retaining sovereignty
over strip of land on the mainland,
70, 72, 74, 78—British contention
that it was not a matter of right,
but    of   practical   convenience   to
Second Negotiations—CountNesselrode's
Annotations and Explanations, 101,
103, 108.
Third  Negotiation—British   refusal to .
agree to transposition of   articles,
112.
Plenipotentiaries, 37.
Portland Channel as the boundary on the
Coast of the Continent, to the South.
British Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations, 87.
Eussian Counter-Draft, 1st Negotiations,
70, 71—British Eeply, 73.
Portland Channel to Mount Elias Eegion.
Portland Canal to mountains running
along coast, then along mountains
parallel to sinuosities of coast to
intersection of 60° of latitude with
139° West longitude—1st Negotiation, Eussian Counter-Draft, 70, 71, •
76—Bagot objection that Great
Britain would lose sovereignty over
inlets and bays, 70.
Portland Channel, End in the interior of
the mainland, situated at 56th degree
of latitude, thence along coast in
direction parallel to windings, as
far as 139th degree of longitude—
2nd Negotiations, Eussian Counter-
Draft, 94.
British refusal to agree to suppression of mention of mountains—
Instruction to Stratford Canning, 113.
Hudson Bay Company, Suggested
re-insertion of mountains as
boundary, 110.
Portland Channel, Line shall ascend
along, till it strikes coast of continent lying in 56th degree of latitude, thence along coa'st in direction
parallel to windings, at or within
seaward base of mountains, &c.—
British Draft Convention, 2nd
Negotiations, 87. TEEATY OF 1825—GEEAT BRITAIN AND
EUSSIA (cont).
Portland  Channel to Mount Elias Eegion
Third Negotiations (Stratford Canning).
British Draft  Convention (Mr.  G.
Canning's Final Instructions),
115.
128.
Prelic
iry Discussion—M.  de Poletica in
communication with Sir C.  Bagot
and Mr. Middleton. 45, 48, 49, 54.
Eatification of Treaty, 132, 135.
Eivers of the lisiere—Free Navigation.
British Draft Convention, 3rd Negotiations, 116—Stratford Canning
Contre-Projet, 124, 129.
Eussian Offer—Counter-Draft, 1st
Negotiations, 70, 72, 74, 76—Offer
renewed, 2nd Negotiations, 93, 95.
43t. Elias Eegion to the Frozen Ocean.
Degrees  of   longitude   suggested from
which    boundary    should   be
drawn.
135° W.
Bagot   Preliminary   Proposal,
48, 55, 62.
Memorandum, 59.
139" W.—Intersection     of      60th
parallel     of     latitude —
Eussian proposal, 70.
British Draft Convention—2nd
Negotiations,     87—Count
Lieven's Comments, 90.
Eussian   Counter-Draft — 2nd
Negotiations, 94.
140° W.
Bagot  Proposal,   1st Negotiations, 67, 71, 74.
George Canning Draft Convention, 3rd Negotiations, 116.
141»   W.—British   Proposal,   3rd
Negotiations.
Instruction to  Stratford  Canning, 114.
Stratford     Canning       Contre-
Projet, 124, 128.
Westward of   any line previously
suggested—2nd   Negotiations,
British proposal, 81, 84.
Miackenzie River,  Line such as in its
prolongation towards the pole would
leave Mackenzie River outside Russian Boundary, 53, 55.
Mount Elias, Boundary point from which
line of longitude should be drawn,
64, 65, 74, 76, 103, 114.
Ridge of Mountains which separate the
waters starting from point in mountains struck by line drawndue North
from   Northern   end   of   Chatham
Straits—Hudson Bay Company Suggestion, 64.
: Second Negotiations (Bagot).
British Draft Convention (12 July, 1824),
86.
Instructions to Sir C. Bagot, 86.
Memorandum by Count Lieven, 91.
TREATY OF 1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Second Negotiations (Bagot) (cont.).
British Draft Convention (cont).
Nesselrode's,    Count,   Annotations
and   Explanations,   100,   101,
107, 108.
Order of Articles—Re-arrangement
of position in Russian Counter-
Draft — Count     Nesselrode's
Annotations and Explanations,
101, 103,  108—British refusal
to agree to transposition, 112.
Enlargement of Sir C. Bagot's discretion, with qualifications, 81, 85.
Russian Counter-Draft, 94.
Hudson's Bay Company Views, 110.
Nesselrode's, Count, Explanations,
106, 107, 108.
Suspension of Negotiations.
Nesselrode's,   Count,   Despatch   to
Count Lieven, 103.
Report by Sir C. Bagot, 92.
Sitka, Opening to Foreign trade, see subheading Novo - Archangelsk or
Sitka.
Southern (Continental) Boundary.
56° 30'—Sir C. Bagot's suggestion in
reply to observations of Russian
Plenipotentiaries, 74.
Eastward point to which line was intended to run—Rocky Mountains
inadmissible by the British, 62, 63.
Portland Channel as, see sub-heading
Portland Channel.
Ten Marine Leagues inland from a point
upon coast corresponding with
middle of strait to the North of
Prince of Wales Island — 1st
Negotiations, Bagot amended proposal, 71, 74.
Southern (Water) Boundary.
Chatham Strait, Northern End—Hudson
Bay Company Suggestion, 64.
Cross Sound (57£° N.)—Bagot preliminary proposal, 48.
Degrees of North Latitude suggested for
the boundary, &c.
54°—Russian Proposal.
Bagot-Poletica Discussion, 55.
Russian-American     Company,
Views of, 53.
54° 40'
Extension of Russian frontier
to   include   southernmost
points of Prince of Wales
Island—1st   Negotiations,
Russian    Counter - Draft,
70, 72, 76.
Prince of Wales Island, starting
from two points at southern
extremity the line of frontier shall ascend northerly
along the Channel called
Portland Channel.
British Draft Convention—
2nd Negotiations,   94
—Russian     Counter-
Draft, 94. TREATY OF 1825-GREAT BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Southern (Water) Boundary (cont.).
Degrees of North Latitude suggested for
the boundary, &c. (cont).
54° 40' (cont).
Prince  of   Wales Island,  &c.
British Draft Convention—
3rd Negotiations, 115
—Stratford Canning
Contre-Projet, 124 —
Matusevich's   Altera
tions, 128.
States and Russi;
United
0—Russian proposal.
Bagot's, Sir C, Suggestion, in
reply to observations of
Russian Plenipotentiaries,
74.
Counter-Draft, 1st Negotiations, 69, 71, 76—Hudson
Bay Company Views, 78.
Preliminary Discussion—M. de
Poletica's proposal, 48.
Russian-American Company's
Charter, 1799—Tacit consent of Foreign Powers, 5,
56, 76.
United States and Russia, similarity of Proposals—Foregone Understanding alleged, 60, 61.
°.—Memorandum, 59.
0.—British Proposal.
Bagot Poletica Discussion, 55.
Canning-Bagot Instruction, 41,
45, 48.
0.—Right of Russia to possessions
to the South of 60th parallel
anything but well established
—Bagot argument, 55.
3.—Right of Russia to territorial
possession South of 61° of
latitude disputed—Spanish
claims.
iognition of Spanish
Rights — Florida Blanca-
Fitzherbert     Correspohd-
United 8
s Contention, 47.
Duke of Clarence's Sound, Line drawn
from Southern End as far as middle
of Straits North of Prince of Wales
Island, thence eastward to mainland—1st Negotiations, Bagot 3rd
proposal, 74—Russian Objections,
76.
Expirable Period to a regulation of boundaries—Canning-Bagot Instruction,
41, 43, 45.
Sitka and Russian Settlements upon the
Islands, Line comprehending —
Hudson Bay Company Suggestion,
TREATY OF  1825—GREAT  BRITAIN AND
RUSSIA (cont).
Southern (Water) Boundary (cont).
Strait dividing Prince of Wales Island
and Duke of York Islands from
Islands to the North—Line from
West to East until it strikes the-
mainland—1st Negotiations, Bagot
amended proposal,  71.
Ten   Marine   Leagues —Width   of   lisiere
assigned to Russia.
Hudson   Bay    Company   approval   of
proposed distance, 8.
Line of Demarcation to be parallel to-
coast and its windings and
distant 10 marine leagues in
cases where summits of mountains receded further inland.
British    Draft    Convention,     2nd
Negotiations, 87.
British     Draft    Convention,     3rd
Negotiations,   116 — Stratford
Canning     Contre-Projet,     124,
128.
Canning - Bagot   Instruction,   2nd
Negotiations, 86.
Hudson Bay C
110.
Russian dissatisfaction e:
conclusion of the Treaty, 131,
132, 135—British explanation
of the stipulation, 135.
Uniform Width of 10 Marine Leagues,
Mountains not being mentioned.
Bagot     amended     proposal — 1st
Negotiations, 71.
Britishref usal to agree to elimination
of   Mountain   Boundary,   3rd
negotiations, 113.
Nesselrode's, Count, Annotations of
British Draft  Convention and
explanation of Counter-Draft,
101, 103, 106, 107, 108.
Russian Counter-Draft,  2nd Negotiations, 94.
Utmost extent which the British Government   would     concede,    narrower
limitation  desirable—2nd Negotiations,  Canning-Bagot Instructions,
Terms.
Ratification of United States Treaty gave
additional force to Great Britain's
demand for equal terms, 130.
Statement of, by the Russian Governments—Canning-Bagot Instruction,
41, 44, 62.
Territorial Demarcation preferable to Joint
Occupancy, 41, 44.
Text of the Treaty, 37.
Third Negotiations (Stratford Canning).
First Conference—Russian   dissatisfaction with parts of the " Profet," 121.
George Canning Draft Convention, 115.
Instructions to Stratford Canning, 112.'-
Order   of   Articles—British refusal   to-
agree to transposition proposed by
the Russians, 112. TREATY OF 1825—GEEAT BEITAIN  AND
EUSSIA (cont).
Third Negotiations (Stratford Canning (cont).
Stratford   Canning   Draft   Convention,
121, 123—Matusevich's Alterations
and Corrections, 125, 127.
Trading Eights.
Articles of commerce prohibited in trade
with natives, 88, 95, 116, 125.
Equal privileges of trade, as are, or may
be, arranged with Eussia by any
other    nation—2nd   Negotiations,
British Contention, App.   81,   104,
107.
For ever, along coast of lisi&re—British
Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations,
87.
Novo-Archangelsk or Sitka, Opening to
foreign trade, see that sub-heading.
Pacific. Ocean—Traders not to be troubled
nor  molested   in carrying on
trade.
British Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations,   87—Omission from
Eussian   Counter-Draft,   95—
Count Nesselrode's Annotations
and Explanations, 102,103,108.
British Draft Convention, 3rd Negotiations, 115—Stratford Canning  Contre-Projet, 124.
Ten years—Eussian Counter Proposals,
2nd Negotiations, 93, 104, 105,
107.
British   acceptance—3rd   Negotiations,   114—Draft  Convention,
116 — Stratford-Canning   Contre-Projet,  125,  129.
Transfer of . Negotiations from   St. Petersburg to London proposed, 108, 109,
111, 117.
Treaty    of     1818—Acknowledgment   that
British   rights   were   doubtful,  by
agreement to equal rights for United
States, 77.
Ukase of 1821, Whole Negotiations arising
out of, 112, 114.
United States.
Arrangement with—Treaty of 1824 rendered   it   inexpedient    for    Great
Britain to surrender any coast rights
unless    upon    arrangement    with
United    States   as   well   as   with
Eussia, 81.
Territorial pretensions  on  North-West
Coast  derived   from   Spain,   Protection of, 63.
Vessels compelled to take shelter by stress
of weather, Liberty to refit, &c, 88,
95, 116, 125, 129.
Visiting each other's possessions in parts of
North-West Coast  other than the
lisi&re—Eeciprocal privilege for   a
term of years.
British Draft Convention—2nd Negotiations, 87.
Hudson's Bay Company suggestion that
the  visiting   privilege   should   be
relinquished in return for strait as
boundary instead of mountains, 110.
Landing where there was an establishment—Permission   reciprocally  required, 88, 94, 115, 124, 128.
TEEATY OF 1825—GEEAT BEITAIN  AND
EUSSIA (cont.)m
Visiting each other's possessions (cont.).
Eussian refusal to grant required liberty
for any period of time, 92, 93, 94,
104, 105, 106.
Time Limit—20 years, or without limitation, in no case less than 10 years
—2nd Negotiations, Canning-Bagot
Instructions, 86.
Width of Lisiere see sub-heading Ten
Marine Leagues.
TREATY     OF     1867—Cession     of     Eussian
Possessions  in North America   to
the United States. .
Inclusion in terms of reference of Tribunal
appointed to   consider the   Alaska
Boundary, 1903, 2.
Survey of the Boundary Line—Instructions
to Surveying Party, 274, 275, 276,
278.
Text of Treaty, 136.
TEEATY OF 1892.
Convention extending Term for the Survey
of the Boundary Line.
Salisbury's, Marquis of, Instructions to
British Commissioners, 298.
Terms of the Convention, 269, 271.
United States Instructions to Commissioners, 299.
TEEATY OF 1894.
Terms of, 271.
TEEATY OF 1897.
Demarcation of 141st Meridian, &c.—Terms
of the Treaty, 287.
Convention failed to be ratified by United
States Senate, 288, note.
Salisbury's Marquis of, Instructions to
British Commissioners, 298.
TEEATY OF 1903.
Joint Tribunal for final adjustment of the
boundary, 1.
TEEATY OF GHENT, 23.
TEEATY OF UTEECHT.
Article III., Confiscation Regulation of Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, adopted
from—References to, in Correspondence, 18, 29.
TREATY OF WASHINGTON, 1871.
Navigation Rights on the Stikine River, &c,
Restriction of, see titles Stikine River,
Prisoners and Martin.
TRUTCH,  Mr.  J.  W.,—Lieutenant-Governor of
British Columbia.
Definition of Boundary, Need for.
Grant Powell, Mr., Letter from (27 July,
1872), 163.
Howe, Mr., Letter to (11 July, 1872), 163.
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Memorial from (12 Mar., 1872),
162.
Meredith, Mr., Letter from (28 Sept.,
1872), 164. TUPPER, Sir Q.—High Commissioner for Canada.
Conventional Boundaries proposed as Alternatives to Treaty (1825), Boundary
—Free Navigation of Rivers, &c—
Letter from Dr. Dawson (11 Feb.,
1888), 261.
Treaty of 1825, Limits of   "Lisiere." Portland Channel Question, &c.—Canadian   Interpretation    of   Treaty—
Letter from Dr.  Dawson (7 Feb.,
1888), 259.
White Pass Trail,  Alleged  Concession by
United States Authorities in disputed
Territory—Letter to Colonial Office
(1 Aug., 1888), 264.
TUYLL, Baron.
Russian Ukase   of 4  Sept.,   1821,  Extract
from Letter to Count  Nesselrode
(21 Oct., 2 Nov., 1822), 33.
TWO MARINE LEAGUES.
Fishing Limit proposed, Treaty of 1825.
British Draft Convention, 2nd Negotiations,  87—Russian  Counter-Draft,
95, 106.
Omission of two marine leagues provision by
adoption of navigation article from
Treaty of 1824, 110.
UNANA, 309, 313.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Claim to Territory from 41° to 53° North
Latitude—Bill forsettling Columbia,
&c—Hudson Bay Company's statement of the British Case—Letter to
Marquis of Londonderry, 22.
Joint Negotiations, see that title.
Spanish claims to North-West Coast, United
States' pretensions derived from, see
Spanish claims.
Territorial Pretensions of the United States.
Equal rights with great   Britain  and
Russia    asserted—Suspension     of
Joint Conferences, 47.
Russia, Attitude of, 47.
Statement by Mr. Secretary Adams that
the United States had no territorial
claims    as    high    as    51°'  North
Latitude, 40.
Trade,    Protocol   signed   by Russian   and
United States Plenipotentiaries  at
close of  Negotiation of Treaty of
1824, 134.
Treaty of 1818, see that title.
Treaty of 1824, see that title.
Treaty of 1825, see that title,  sub-heading
United States.
UNUK RIVER.
Mention of, in Mr. King's description of the
Coast Topography, 307.
Survey of the Boundary under Conventions
of 1892-4.
Instructions to Survey Party, 277.
Report of Messrs. Duffield and King (31
Dec. 1895), 283.
Timber   Line Altitude—Report of Messrs.
Duffield and King, 286.
URUP, ISLAND OF, 7.
UTRECHT, TREATY OF.
Article XII., Confiscation Regulation of Eussian Ukase of 4 Sept. 1821, adopted ,
from—References to, in Correspondence, 18, 29.
VANCOUVER, Captain.
Columbia River, Survey of in 1791, 22.
Exploration of Observatory Inlet and Portland Inlet—Extracts from Voyage
of Discovery, 139.
(For particular places, see their names.)
Portland    Channel    Entrance—Supposition
that Pearse Channel was the lower
part of Portland Channel, 250.
VANCOUVER'S MAPS.
Inaccuracy   of    mountain   topography,   see
Mountain Boundary.
Treaty of   1825—Description   of   boundary
founded on features presented by
Vancouver's Chart, 250.
VICTORIA, B.C., Collector of Customs at.
Letters, &c, in reference to Navigation of
the Stikine River by British vessels
—References to, in Correspondence,
172, 176, 181.
Dominion Privy Council Report recommending transmission of letters to
Sir E. Thornton (6 Jan., 1877),
197.
VIENNA, CONFERENCE AT (1822).
Reference to, in Memorandum, 24.
Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821, British
standpoint—Mr. G. Canning's Instruction to the Duke of Wellington,
VISITING   AND   RESORTING   TO   EACH
OTHER'S POSSESSIONS.
Treaty of 1824, see that title.
Treaty of 1825, see that title.
WALES ISLAND.
Nationalty, see Portland Channel Entrance.
United States' Storehouse, Erection of, 302.
WALES, POINT.
Discovery by Vancouver, 146.
WARD, Mr.
Treaty of 1825,i Negotiation of—Transfer of
Negotiations from St. Petersburg to
London, proposed.
Canning-Ward Correspondence(13 Sept.,
-A- Nov., -A- Dec,  1824),  109,  111,
117.
Communication by Count Nesselrode of
letter from Count Lieven (S7' 1824),
117.
WARDE POINT, 309.
Mention of, in Mr. King's description of the
Coast Topography, 307.
WARE, Mr.
Hudson Bay Company's Lease from Russian-
American Company of Territory on
North West Coast of America,
Renewal of—Declaration (22 April,
1903), 306.
WARLIKE   STORES,   SALE  TO  NATIVES
PROHIBITED.
Treaty of 1824—United States and Eussia,
120.
Treaty of 1825, 88, 95, 116, 125, 129. "WATER BOUNDARY.
See titles Southern Boundary and Treaty of
1825, sub-heading Southern (Water)
Boundary.
WELLINGTON, Duke of.
Russian Ukase of 4 Sept., 1821.
Canning, Mr. G.
Letter from (27 Sept., 1822), 28.
Letter   to   (28,   29   Nov.,    1822),
29, 32.
Lieven, Count, Letter to (28 Nov., 1822),
32.
Memorandums by the Duke of Wellington (11 Sept., 17 Oct., 1822), 23, 29.
Memorandum drawn up by Marquis of
Londonderry, transmitted by Earl
Bathurst (14 Sept., 1822), 23.
United States and Russia—Negotiations
proposed—Count Lieven's Instructions (Memorandum), 24.
Verbal Explanation by Count Lieven—
Memorandum (11 Sept.. 1822), 23.
"WEST, Sir L.,—British Minister at Washington.
Schwatka's, Lieut., Report of Reconnaissance
of 1883.
Bayard, Mr., Letter to (14 Sept., 1887),
Memorandum, 257.
Salisbury-West Correspondence (20 Aug.,
15 Sept., 1887), 256.
White Pass Trail,  Alleged  Concession by
ited   States Authorities i
puted Territory.
Salisbury-West Correspondence (31
21, 29 Sept., 1888), 265, 266.
West-Bayard  Correspondence  (H
25 Sept., 1888), 266.
WESTERN BOUNDARY OF TERRITO
ceded by Russia to the T
States—Treaty of 1867, 137.
WHALE FISHERY.
Russian Ukase of 1821, Protests fron
sons interested in the industry
dis
WHALE FISHERY (cont).
Russian Ukase of 1821 (cont).
Enderby and Mellish, Messrs.—Letter
to the Board of Trade (27 Nov.,
1821), 20.
Shipowners' Society — Correspondence
with Mr. G. Canning (11 June, 19,
26 Nov., 1823), 35, 57, 58.
WHIPPLE, MOUNT, 230.
WHITE PASS.
Provisional Boundary Line Proposal—Line
following the summit of the Pass.
Day, Mr., to Sir J. Pauncefote (9 May,
1898), 292.
Dominion Privy Council Minute, 293.
WHITE PASS TRAIL.
Concession by United States Authorities in
territory claimed by Great Britain,
alleged.
Burgess, Mr., to Sir J. Macdonald (19
June, 1888), 264.
Correspondence relating to (Aug.  and
Sept., 1888), 263, 264, 265, 266.
Memorandum  by Maj.-Gen.  Cameron,
264.
WINDHAM BAY, 309, 311.
WRANGEL, FORT, 176, 192.
WRANGELL, Baron, 152.
Stikine River, Armed force opposed to Hudson Bay Company Expedition, 155.
YAKUTAT BAY, 308, 309.
of   the shore line,   &c—Report of
i. Duffield and King (3
I, 283, 285.
YAKUTAT GLACIER, 309.
YUKON, FORT, 182.
YUKON, RIVER, 227.
Boi
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