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[Some Doubt Having Arisen]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 47, no. 1339, p. 394.

October 21, 1865

Some doubt having arisen as to the precise scope of Earl Russell's proposal that a commission should be appointed to consider all claims which the English and American Governments should agree to refer to it, a semi-official announcement has been made explaining that claims for losses by the Alabama and other vessels of the same character would be excluded from the jurisdiction of such a commission.

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