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The Illustrated London News, vol. 46, no. 1318, p. 526.

June 3, 1865

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
...HOUSE OF COMMONS.--Tuesday.

...Lord Palmerston, replying to an inquiry of Mr. Lefevre, repeated his statement of a former night, to the effect that communications had been going on for a considerable time between the United States and British Governments with regard to the captures made by the Alabama and other Confederate vessels of war. The tenour of these communications was of the same kind as the tenour of those which had already been laid on the table. The latest of these had been received since the accession of Mr. Johnson to the presidency; but whether the instructions on which it was made were issued by President Lincoln or President Johnson he could not say....

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