6 edition of Dispatches from United States consuls in Glasgow, 1801-1906. found in the catalog.
Dispatches from United States consuls in Glasgow, 1801-1906.
United States. Department of State.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 microfilm reels.|
|Number of Pages||12|
United States finance collection, Correspondence, bond payments, claims against the federal government and the Bank of the United States, French and Spanish indemnity payments, indentures, miscellaneous state and federal legal items, statements of accounts, consulate reports, United States lottery drawings, and other state and federal financial documents. the United States for Mexico, and the third from Havana while he was on his way to Vera Cruz.7 The letter books would therefore appear to contain at least pages each. In the interval between the first two quoted dates, days, Wyllie filled an average of rather more than two pages daily, more if the letter books contained over pages.
Glasgow was an important and busy consulate with a sub-unit in nearby Greencock. The export trade alone was valued at nearly $10 million, mostly in pig iron, textiles and chemicals. With a larger staff and a busy seaport to contend with, Harte changed his tactics regarding the Department and sent in voluminous reports on important developments. BANKING AND FINANCIAL.; FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW-YORK, No. 4 Wall-st., New-York. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FISCAL AGENT OF UNITED STATES. NATIONAL FIVE PER CENT, LOAN. Billiards. The Charges Against Inspector Boole, of New-York. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF.; Continued Advance of General Smith's Army. SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR AT NATCHITOCHES.
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These were the United States consuls in various cities and seaports around the world. Consuls assisted trade and shipping, collecting fees for their services and submitting regular reports about everyday events as well as shipwrecks, mutinies, and piracy.
He contracted with James and George Thomson of Glasgow to build a large ironclad. I examined each report for clues. One report mentioned a letter from the United States Consul in Glasgow where the ship was built. I remembered seeing a box of microfilm titled “Consular Dispatches” on one of the other shelves in the library.
I relocated it and found a separate roll of film for Glasgow, Scotland. The United States even established new consular posts in coaling ports and entrepôts at Cardiff, Wales, in Brazil, and around the West Indies.
These failed to provide information to justify seizures, but examination of the ships' intended destinations did tend to indicate the potential cruising grounds of commerce raiders.
I examined each report for clues. One report mentioned a letter from the United States Consul in Glasgow where the ship was built. I remembered seeing a box of microfilm titled “Consular Dispatches” on one of the other shelves in the library. I relocated it and found a separate roll of film for Glasgow.
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The devastating. In Harte was appointed to the position of United States Consul in the town of Krefeld, Germany and then to Glasgow in In he settled in London. During the thirty years he spent in Europe, he never abandoned writing, and maintained a prodigious output of.
Glasgow was an important and busy consulate with a sub-unit in nearby Greencock. The export trade alone was valued at nearly $10 million, mostly in pig iron, textiles and chemicals. With a larger staff and a busy seaport to contend with, Harte changed his tactics regarding the Department and sent in voluminous reports on important developments.Fearlessly, she states that the new sources ipso facto undermine all previous analyses of popular moods, including this reviewer's (pp.
). Her book, dedicated to 'all those who spoke out', promises much and, partly in spite of itself, delivers a great deal. Davies acknowledges that the mood reports are highly formulaic. She writes that 'it.Go to the March 31 Dispatches program page. Categories The British consul in the city showed us how the state police had already planted a story in the daily paper.
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