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1
British Public Record Office, Foreign Office, 58/3
Report of the Historical Commission of the Territory of Hawaii ... December 31, 1924 (Honolulu, 1924), 33
33
Report of the Historical Commission of the Territory of Hawaii ... December 31, 1924
1924
2
Polynesian (Honolulu), Oct. 18, 1851
Oct. 18
Polynesian
1851
3
Miller to Viscount Palmerston, No. 8, March 7, 1851, subencl. No. 1 in end. No. 1 of Moresby to secretary of admiralty, No. 68, Aug. 6, 1851, Adm. 1/5609.
4
Canning to Barrow, Oct. 4, 1842, F. O. 58/13
Printed in Report of the Historical Com- mission of the Territory of Hawaii . . . December 31, 1924, pp. 34-36
5
Paulet to secretary of the ad- miralty, March 9, 1843
A. Simpson to secretary of the admiralty, June 19, 1843, Adm. 1/5531
6
Thomas to Herbert, No. 45, Aug. 2, 1843, Adm. 1/5529
G. P. Judd to William Richards, Aug. 1, 1853, AH
British and Foreign State Papers, XXXI, 1029-1035
1029
XXXI
British and Foreign State Papers
The Friend, I (Honolulu, 1843), 40-42
40
I
The Friend
1843
7
Henry A. Peirce to Secretary of State Hamilton Fish, No. 101, Feb. 25, 1871, Archives of the United States, State Department, Dispatches, Hawaii, XIII
"Decadence of the Hawaiian Nation and Proposals to Import a Negro Labor Force," Journal of Negro History, XLVII (Oct. 1962)
Oct.
XLVII
Journal of Negro History
1962
8
Miller to Palmerston, No. 9, March 18, 1851, F. O. 58/70
Miller, "Memorandum of the verbal reply by Consul General Miller to the King's communication of the 10th of March 1851," enclosed with ibid.
9
Moresby to secretary of the admiralty, No. 86, Aug. 6, 1851, Adm. 1/5609.
10
Enclosure with Miller to Clarendon, No. 18, Sept. 3, 1853, F. O. 58/76
AH, Cabinet Journal, I, Aug. 22, 24, 1853, pp. 82-89
AH
Aug. 22
82
I
Cabinet Journal
1853
11
Miller and Perrin to the King, Sept. 1, 1853, AH, FO. & Ex.
Polynesian, Sept. 3, 1853
Sept. 3
Polynesian
1853
Report of the Minister of Foreign Relations, 1854 (Honolulu, 1854), Appendix, 11-13
Report of the Minister of Foreign Relations, 1854
1854
12
Foreign Office to Miller, various dates in F. O. 58/76 and F. O. 58/79.
13
"Slavery and Racism as Deterrents to the Annexation of Hawaii 1854-1855," Journal of Negro History, XLVII (1962), 7, 9, 14
7
XLVII
Journal of Negro History
1962
14
Miller to Clarendon, No. 2, Jan. 23, 1854, F. O. 58/79.
15
David L. Gregg, Diaries, June 17, 1854, I
University of Hawaii Li- brary. Gregg to Marcy, No. 42, June 17, 1854, USDS, Dispatches, Hawaii, V
16
Gregg to Marcy, No. 48, July 26, 1854, ibid.
Gregg Diaries, July 24, 1854, III; USDS, Legation Archives, Hawaii, Private and Official Interviews, II, July 27, 1854
17
Miller to Clarendon, No. 49, Dec. 12, 1854, F. O. 58/79
same to same, Nos. 31, 45, 47, Sept. 22, Nov. 30, Dec. 11, 1854, ibid
The San Francisco Daily Times and Transcript (Oct. 28, 1854)
Oct. 28
Daily Times and Transcript
1854
San Francisco Alta Cali- fornia (Dec. 26, 1854)
Dec. 26
Alta California
1854
"Slavery and Racism as Deterrents to the Annexation of Hawaii," op. cit., 12-14
18
Foreign Office to Miller, No. 6, Dec. 28, 1854, F. O. 58/79.
19
Clarendon to Crampton, No. 219, Oct. 6, 1854, F. O. 5/592
Printed in Report of the Historical Commission of the Territory of Hawaii for the Two Years Ending December 31, 1924, pp. 45-48
ibid., Appendix B
20
Wodehouse to secretary of state for foreign affairs, confidential, Dec. 26, 1867, F. O. 58/136.
21
Davies to Granville, No. 13, confidential, Nov. 27, 1873, ibid.
22
Peirce to Fish, No. 212, July 3, 1873, USDS, Dispatches, Hawaii, XV.
23
AH, Cabinet Council Book, 1866-1875, June 9, 1875
ibid., Nov. 14, 1873
24
"British Opposition to the Cession of Pearl Harbor," Pacific Historical Review, XXIX (1960), 381-384
381
XXIX
Pacific Historical Review
1960
25
Culme-Seymour to the Admiralty, No. 215, Nov. 7, 1887, enclosed in Adm. to F. O., Dec. 12, 1887, F. O. 58/241, "Designs of the United States on Hawaii."
26
Foreign Office to Wodehouse, No. 25, political and confidential, Sept. 8, 1887, ibid.
27
Memorandum written by Bayard after conversation with Sackville-West, Dec. 23, 1887, Bayard Papers, CXV, Library of Congress
Sackville-West to flayard, Dec. 23, 1887, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1894, Appendix II, 25
28
Minute on Sackville-West to Salisbury, No. 303, Nov. 4, 1887, F. O. 58/241.
29
Minute on F. O. draft telegram to Wodehouse, Feb. 28, 1887, ibid
"Australasian Monroe Doctrine," Political Science Quarterly, LXXVI (1961), 264-284
264
LXXVI
Political Science Quarterly
1961
30
Jonathan Austin, Hawaiian minister of foreign affairs, to Wodehouse, Feb. 16, 1888, enclosed with Wodehouse to F. O., No. 45, March 13, 1888, F. O. 58/241
Merrill to Bayard, No. 173, Feb. 24, 1888, USDS, Dispatches, Hawaii, XXIII, and also are available in AH, FO. & Ex. file
31
Evan Macgregor to undersecretary of state, F. O., May 22, 1888, F. O. 58/241
Confidential Memorandum respecting the Designs of the United States on the Hawaiian Islands, C. O. 537/136
"British Opposition to the Cession of Pearl Harbor," op. cit., 389-394
32
Correspondence with Reference to Pearl Harbour, Reprinted from the Hawaiian Gazette for Theo. H. Davies, November 1892, a 29-page pamphlet, copy in University of Hawaii Library, also in F. O. 58/279
33
Bismarck to Count Hatzfeldt, March 26, 1887
Die Grosse Politik der Europäischen Kabinette, 1871-1914 (Berlin, 1924), IV, 167-168
167
IV
Die Grosse Politik der Europäischen Kabinette, 1871-1914
1924
34
Enclosure with Wodehouse to Salisbury, No. 11, conf., Sept. 27, 1889, F. O. 58/241
United States on the Hawaiian Islands, printed for the use of the Foreign Office, Nov. 29, 1889, ibid.
C. O. 537/136
Pacific Commercial Advertiser (Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1889)
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
1889
35
Sereno E. Bishop, "The Hawaiian Queen and her Kingdom," Review of Reviews, New York ed., IV, Sept. 1891, p. 153
Bishop
Sept.
153
IV
Review of Reviews
1891
This same article, entitled "Her Majesty 'Lily-of-the-Sky,' Queen of the Sandwich Islands," appeared in the London editione of the Review of Reviews, IV, 227-234
227
IV
Review of Reviews
53 Cong., 2 sess., Sen. Exec. Doc. 16, pp. 8-10
36
Foreign Office to Wodehouse, No. 1, Jan. 8, 1891, F. O. 58/259
F. O. to C. O., Jan. 8, 1891, ibid.
Wodehouse to F. O., No. 2, Jan. 14, 1891, ibid
37
Wodehouse to members of the executive council of the provisional government, Jan. 19, 1893, AH, British Commissioners Letter Book. Copy in F. O. 58/279.
38
Wodehouse to Foreign Office, Jan. 18, and telegram of Jan. 31, 1893, ibid
Wodehouse to Rosebery, No. 6, March 29, 1893, ibid
39
Wodehouse to Dole, Jan. 20, 1893, enclosed with Wodehouse to Rosebery, No. 1, political and confidential, Feb. 9, 1893, ibid
Wodehouse to Dole, March 4, 1893, enclosed with Wodehouse to Rosebery, No. 7, political, March 29, 1893, ibid
40
Pauncefote to Rosebery, telegrams Nos. 18, 19, Jan. 28, 29, 1893, ibid.
41
the St. James's Gazette, the Evening Globe, the Daily Graphic, the Daily Chronicle, the Pall Mall Gazette, the Daily Telegraph, the Times, for Jan. 30 and 31, 1893
42
"England in the Pacific; A New Move, Fortifying Esquimalt Harbour," Auckland (New Zealand) Star (March 3, 1893)
March 3
Star
1893
43
Jan. 30, 1893.
44
Washington Evening News (Feb. 2, 1893)
Feb. 2
Evening News
1893
New York Evening Post (Feb. 3, 1893)
Feb. 3
Evening Post
1893
"Australasian Monroe Doctrine," op. cit., 264-284
45
Robert Lincoln to Secretary of State John W. Foster, telegrams, Feb. 2, 10, 17, 1893
newspaper cuttings, USDS, Dispatches, Great Britain, CLXXIII
Great Britain, Official Reports, Parliamentary Debates, House of Commons, 4th series, 1893, VIII, 228, 254
Great Britain
228
VIII
Parliamentary Debates, House of Commons
1893
London Times (Feb. 3, 1893)
Feb. 3
Times
1893
46
London Times (Feb. 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 [three different items], 13, and 21, 1893)
Feb. 1
Times
1893
47
Lincoln to Foster, telegram, Feb. 10, in same as No. 45.
48
Same to same, telegram, Feb. 17, 1893, ibid
London Daily News (Feb. 17, 1893)
Feb. 17
Daily News
1893
49
Pauncefote to Rosebery, telegram, No. 22, Feb. 9, 1893
dispatch No. 64, Feb. 17, 1893, with encl., F. O. 58/279
50
"The Revolution in Hawaii," Spectator, LXX (Feb. 4, 1893), 153.
Feb. 4
153
LXX
Spectator
1893
51
"Some American Matters," Saturday Review, LXXV (Feb. 11, 1893), 143-144.
Feb. 11
143
LXXV
Saturday Review
1893
52
Review of Reviews, London ed., VII (1893), 128, 243, 354.
128
VII
Review of Reviews
1893
53
"England and America in Polynesia," the Speaker, VII (Feb. 4, 1893), 119-120.
Feb. 4
119
VII
Speaker
1893
54
"Hawaii: An Anglo-American Question," ibid., March 18, 1893, pp. 300-301
March 18
300
Speaker
1893
"An Anglo-American Alliance," ibid., April 30, 1893, pp. 358, 359
April 30
358
Speaker
1893
"Canada's and Australasia's Reaction to the Annexation of Hawaii."
55
Pauncefote to Rosebery, No. 49, confidential, Feb. 7, 1893, F. O. 58/279.
56
Foreign Office to Wodehouse, telegram, Feb. 10, 1893, ibid.
57
Lincoln to Foster, telegram, Feb. 14, 1893
Foster to Lincoln, telegram, Feb. 15, 1893, USDS, Dispatches, Great Britain, CLXXIII
Davies to Mott Smith, Jan. 31, 1893, F. O. 58/279
Theopholis Harris Davies, "The Hawaiian Situation," North American Review, CLVI (1893), 608-609
Davies
608
CLVI
North American Review
1893
58
Enclosure in Wodehouse to Rosebery, separate, Feb. 1, 1893, F. O. 58/279
59
Minutes on Queen Liliuokalani's undated letter, ibid.
60
USDS, Miscellaneous Archives, Memoranda of Conversations with the Secretary of State, 1893-1898.
61
most American newspapers of Jan. 30, 31
Feb. 1, 1893, including the New York Tribune, New York Globe, New York Times, Boston Herald, San Francisco Morning Call, Atlanta Constitution, Washington Post
Washington Evening Star, Feb. 2, 1893
Feb. 2
Evening Star
1893
62
USDS, Miscellaneous Archives, Memoranda of Conversations with the Secretary of State, 1893-1898.
63
Rice to Ferguson, parliamentary private secretary to Lord Rosebery, March 19, 1894
The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, A Record, edited by Stephen Gwynn, 2 vols., Boston and New York, 1929, I, 155
Gwynn
155
I
The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, A Record
1929
64
Literary Digest, XVI, Feb. 26, 1898, p. 261.
Feb. 26
261
XVI
Literary Digest
1898
65
James Bryce, "The Policy of Annexation for America," Forum, XXIX (1897), 385-386
Bryce
385
XXIX
Forum
1897
Hatch to Cooper, minister of foreign affairs, June 18, 1897, AH, Hawaiian Officials Abroad, U. S., Minister at Washington
66
Seddon to Chamberlain, June 23, 1897, C. O. 537/136
National Archives of New Zealand, Governor General Archives, G2/10, No. 287/97
Richard Seddon Papers, folio 84
"Canada's and Australasia's Reaction to the Annexation of Hawaii."
67
Edward Wingfield to Seddon, July 12, 1897, ibid
Confidential Memorandum pre- pared by E. Hertslet, No. 4696, printed for the use of the foreign office Jan. 8, 1883
Confidential Memorandum respecting the Designs of the United States on the Hawaiian Islands, No. 5856, printed for the same office, Nov. 29, 1889, C. O. 537/136
68
Seddon to Chamberlain, July 30, 1897, C. O. 209/261
69
John Bramston (for Chamberlain) to Earl of Ranfurly, governor general of New Zealand, Sept. 6, 1897, ibid.
70
Rear Admiral Nathan Crook Twining, Jr., naval attaché to the American embassy in London, to the Director of Naval Intelligence. Nov. 19, 29, 1921
Archives of the United States, Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, RG 45, Office of Naval Intelligence file, Register No. 14865-A, Subject file 1911-1927
Merze Tate and Fidele Foy, "More Light on the Abrogation of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance," Political Science Quarterly, LXXIV (1959), 54910.2307/2146422
549
71
F. H. Villiers, undersecretary of state for foreign affairs to Sir F. Lascelles, undersecre- tary in the colonial office, Aug. 18, 1897, with minutes, C. O. 537/136.
72
Spring-Rice to Hay, April 30 and May 7, 1898
The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, I, 246, 248
246
I
The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice
Andrew D. White, American ambassador in Berlin, to Secretary of State William R. Day, telegram, July 12, 1898, and No. 494, July 13, USDS, Dispatches, Ger- many, LXVI
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