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THE STEPHEN S. REMAK PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 103 Jehu Glancy Jones
10/26/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/26/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak submitting the affidavit of Louis Loistman of Philadelphia. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 135-136

Box: 1 Fold: 104 Gustavius Remak
10/27/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/27/1860 to Gustavius Remak from Stephen S. Remak enclosing a letter from Louis Loistman to his father. Charles Loistman. Remak explains that Louis Loistman enlisted in the Papal army and was taken as a prisoner of war by the Sardinian army. Stephen Remak is requesting that Gustavius Remak read this communication to Charles Loistman. Sent from Trieste to Philadelphia. Pages 136-137

Box: 1 Fold: 105 James Williams
11/23/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/23/1860 to James Williams from Stephen S. Remak informing him that the papers regarding the lawsuit of Matteo Orlich, American citizen against Antonio Urglievich will be presented to the competent court. Sent from Trieste to Constantinople. Pages 137-138

Box: 1 Fold: 106 President of the Court of Appeal
11/26/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/26/1860 to the President of the Court of Appeal from Stephen S. Remak submitting documents pertaining to the lawsuit of Matteo Orlich v. Antonio Urglievich. Page 138

Box: 1 Fold: 107 Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot), Howell Cobb
11/28/1860 - 11/29/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/28/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak containing an addendum to the Annual Commercial Report with more information on the state of the Austrian currency. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 138-139

1 AN (copy) dated 11/29/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a copy of the dispatch sent to the Department of State on 11/28/1860. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 139

Box: 1 Fold: 108 James Williams
12/7/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/7/1860 to James Williams from Stephen S. Remak referring to the settlement of the case Matteo Orlich v. Antonio Urglievich by the Court of Appeals. Sent from Trieste to Constantinople. Page 140

Box: 1 Fold: 109 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
12/17/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/17/1860 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he issue payment for the expenses of Remak's trip to Venice to Gustavius Remak in Philadelphia. Sent from Trieste to

Philadelphia. Page 140

Box: 1 Fold: 110 Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria
12/17/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/17/1860 to Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria from Stephen S. Remak requesting to know whether or not J.J. Sprenger has arrived. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 140

Box: 1 Fold: 111 William H. Trescot, Howell Cobb, Bartholomew Fuller
12/31/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak containing a notification of draft for rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 140

1 AN (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 140

1 AN (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for stationery and charges on packages received. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 141

1 AL(copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot)from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount that Remak drew on the Department of State for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 141-142.

1 AN (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Washington, DC. Page 142

1 AN (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak containing a notification of draft for salary. Sent from Washington, DC. Page 142

1 AL (copy) dated 12/31/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak submitting a statement of disbursements made for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Washington, DC. Page 142



Box: 1 Fold: 112 J.J. Sprenger
1/1/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/1/1860 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the steps he should take in order to secure temporary permission from the Imperial Royal Maritime Government to act at U.S. Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 143-144

Box: 1 Fold: 113 J.J. Sprenger
1/2/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/2/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak regarding the delay of the Imperial Royal Maritime Government in granting him temporary permission to act as U.S. Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 144-145

Box: 1 Fold: 114 Assistant Secretary of State (Frederick W. Seward)
1/4/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/4/1861 to the Assistant Secretary of State (Frederick W. Seward) from Stephen S. Remak containing a notice from the Imperial Royal Maritime Government of an obstruction in the port of Venice. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 145

Box: 1 Fold: 115 J.J. Sprenger
1/30/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/30/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak offering advice on how to handle drafts, fees, returns, and other aspects of consular duties. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 146

Box: 1 Fold: 116 Louis Francovich
2/12/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/12/1861 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak instructing him to display the United States flag even though martial law has been declared in Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Pages 146-147



Box: 1 Fold: 117 L.D. Steinkuhl & Co.
3/09/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/9/1861 to L.D. Steinkuhl & Co. from Stephen S. Remak explaining why he is declining to issue certificates of agio for their invoices. Pages 147-148

Box: 1 Fold: 118 Secretary of Treasury (Salmon P. Chase)
3/9/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/9/1861 to the Secretary of Treasury (Salmon P. Chase) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting copies of communications to Augustus Schell and L.D. Steinkuhl & Co., dated 8/17/1860 and 3/9/1861 respectively. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 149-150

Box: 1 Fold: 119 Secretary of State (William H. Seward)
3/20/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/20/1861 to the Secretary of State (William H. Seward) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting copies of letters written to Augustus Schell and L.D. Steinkuhl & Co., dated 8/17/1860 and 3/9/1861 respectively. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 150-151

Box: 1 Fold: 120 J.J. Sprenger
3/29/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/29/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak regarding the collection of consular drafts and the estimation of the value of Austrian florins. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 151-153

Box: 1 Fold: 121 5th Auditor of the Treasury, Salmon P. Chase, William H. Seward
4/1/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 4/1/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts of fees and salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 153

1 AN (copy) dated 4/1/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 153

1 AN (copy) dated 4/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 153

1 AN (copy) dated 4/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 153

Box: 1 Fold: 122 Salmon P. Chase
4/6/4861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/6/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak containing a new Austrian silver florin so that it may be tested and have it's value fixed by the United States Mint. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 153-154

Box: 1 Fold: 123 William H. Seward
4/8/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/8/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak enclosing a copy of the letter sent to Salmon P. Chase on 4/6/1861 regarding the value of the new Austrian silver florin. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 155

Box: 1 Fold: 124 1st Comptroller of the Treasury
4/9/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/9/1861 to the 1st Comptroller of the Treasury from Stephen S. Remak asking to be credited for the amount suspended from his account because of lack of proof that the specified amount was spent on clothing for destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 155-156

Box: 1 Fold: 125 L.D. Steinkuhl & Co.
4/23/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/23/1861 to L.D. Steinkuhl & Co. from Stephen S. Remak explaining why he is still declining to issue certificates of agio for their invoices despite the new information and documents the merchants provided to support their claim. Pages 156-158

Box: 1 Fold: 126 Salmon P. Chase
4/24/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/24/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak containing a copy of the letter sent to L.D. Steinkuhl & Co. on 4/23/1861 and explaining why he is denying the merchants' request. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 158-159

Box: 1 Fold: 127 William H. Seward
4/25/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 4/25/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns of U.S. Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 159

1 AL (copy) dated 4/25/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak containing copies of the letters sent to L.D. Steinkuhl & Co. and Salmon P. Chase on 4/23/1861 and 4/24/1861 respectively. Remak explains why he is denying the merchants their request for certificates of agio and asks for a perusal of his previous dispatch of 3/27/1860. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 159-160

Box: 1 Fold: 128 Francis Baron La Motte
5/27/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/27/1861 to Francis Baron La Motte, Ensign in His Imperial Majesty's Navy, from Stephen S. Remak informing him that his request to be put in contact with U.S. naval and land forces in order to take part in the Civil War will be forwarded to Anson Burlingame, Minister of the U.S. to the court of the Emperor of Austria. Page 160

Box: 1 Fold: 129 Anson Burlingame
5/24/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/24/1861 to Anson Burlingame from Stephen S. Remak referring to Francis Baron La Motte, ensign aboard the Austrian frigate "Novara" who wishes to be put in contact with U.S. naval and land forces in order to participate in the Civil War. Remak is asking for instructions on how to handle these requests. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 161

Box: 1 Fold: 130 Anson Burlingame
6/1/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/1/1861 to Anson Burlingame from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has received four more applications to join United States forces from Austrian officers of the army. Remak repeats his request for instructions on how to handle such inquiries. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 161-162

Box: 1 Fold: 131 J.J. Sprenger
6/6/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/6/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak regarding how one can recover losses incurred during the sale of consular drafts. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 162-164

Box: 1 Fold: 132 5th Auditor of the Treasury, Salmon P. Chase, William H. Seward
7/1/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly return of fees. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 164

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 164

1 AL (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount which was drawn from the Department for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 164-165

1 AL (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 165

1 AL (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting returns of the arrivals and departures of American vessels and a statement of quarterly fees.

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for stationery. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 166

1 AL (copy) dated 7/1/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount Remak drew from the Department for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 166-167

Box: 1 Fold: 133 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
7/8/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/8/1861 to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak informing officials that the United States Congress passed an act on 3/2/1861 declaring the value of the new Austrian silver florin to be 46.19 cents. Remak requests that they communicate this information to the Board of Commerce at Trieste. Page 167

Box: 1 Fold: 134 William H. Seward
7/16/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/16/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has read in the New York Herald issue of 6/27/1861 that Richard Hildreth of New York has been appointed U.S. Consul at Trieste by the President. Remak requests that his passport be sent to him for his trip back to the United States. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 167-168.

Box: 1 Fold: 135 William H. Seward
7/25/1861-7/30/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 7/25/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns of U.S. Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 168

1 AL (copy) dated 7/30/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak enclosing a copy of a communication between the Director of the Mint and Secretary of Treasury in which Remak is praised for his work done on Austrian currency. Remak requests that this letter be placed in the archives of the Department of State and credits himself for having caused the passage of the Congressional Act of 3/2/1861, which fixed the value of the new Austrian silver florin. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 168-169

Box: 1 Fold: 136 Frederick W. Seward
8/17/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/17/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak acknowledging that the dispatch informing him of Richard Hildreth's appointment to U.S. Consul at Trieste has been received. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 169

Box: 1 Fold: 137 Frederick W. Seward
9/3/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/3/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he be reimbursed for the losses incurred during the transfer of rented offices for the U.S. Consulate. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 169-170

Box: 1 Fold: 138 Frederick W. Seward
9/14/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/14/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak submitting the Annual Commercial Report for Trieste with an emphasis on the commodities of sugar, coffee, and grains. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 171-178

Box: 1 Fold: 139 Frederick W. Seward
9/14/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/14/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak submitting a list of passports that he issued during his term as U.S. Consul at Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 178-179

Box: 1 Fold: 140 John Lothrop Motley
9/27/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/27/1861 to John Lothrop Motley from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a case sent from the U.S. Consulate at Marseilles through Carlo Grablovitz. Remak also mentions how he handled applications from Austrian officers who wished to join the Union army. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 179-180

Box: 1 Fold: 141 Jehu Glancy Jones
9/22/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/22/1861 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak explaining why he sent the letter of 9/27/1860 addressed to John Lothrop Motley and not to Jones. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 180

Box: 1 Fold: 142 5th Auditor of the Treasury, Salmon P. Chase, Frederick W. Seward
9/30/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 181

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 181

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 181

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 181

Box: 1 Fold: 143 J.J. Sprenger
10/09/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/9/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak regarding James Hamling, 2nd mate of the "D.B. Sexton". Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 181-182

Box: 1 Fold: 144 Louis Francovich, William H. Seward
10/21/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 10/21/1861 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he transfer quarterly returns for U.S. Consulate at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 182

1 AL (copy) dated 10/21/1861 to William H. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a copy of the U.S. Consular Oath that Remak swore to because Richard Hildreth had yet to arrive to assume consular duties. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 182-183

Box: 1 Fold: 145 Frederick W. Seward, J.J. Sprenger, William L. Patterson
10/25/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 10/25/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns for U.S. Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 183

1 AL (copy) dated 10/25/1861 to J.J. Sprenger from Stephen S. Remak regarding Joseph Lundy, deserter from the "Mobile" whom Remak has sent to Genoa. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 183

1 AL (copy) dated 10/25/1861 to U.S. Consul at Genoa (William L. Patterson) from Stephen S. Remak regarding Joseph Lundy, deserter from the "Mobile", who was found destitute. Sent from Trieste to Genoa. Page 184

Pages 185-193 are blank.

Box: 1 Fold: 146 Frederick W. Seward
11/18/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak notifying him of Richard Hildreth's arrival. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 194

Box: 1 Fold: 147 Frederick W. Seward
11/18/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him that his duties as U.S. Consul at Trieste have ceased and transmitting returns of the arrival and departure of American vessels from 10/1/1861-11/18/1861. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 194-195

1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount that was drawn on the Department of State for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 195

1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn on the Department of State for office supplies. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 195



Box: 1 Fold: 148 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department
11/18/161

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department from Stephen S. Remak containing a statement of cases of relief afforded to destitute American sailors from 7/1/18661-11/18/1861. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 195-197

1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department from Stephen S. Remak informing him that the consular archives have been transferred to Richard Hildreth and transmitting current accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 197

Box: 1 Fold: 149 Frederick W. Seward
11/18/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn on the Department of State for relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 198

Box: 1 Fold: 150 Salmon P. Chase
11/01/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/01/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn on the Department of Treasury for salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 198

Box: 1 Fold: 151 Frederick W. Seward
11/18/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Frederick W. Seward from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he be compensated for the losses he incurred in the sale of his consular drafts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 198-200

Box: 1 Fold: 152 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department, Salmon P. Chase
11/18/1861

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department from Stephen S. Remak enclosing an account for losses incurred in the sale of his consular drafts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 201

1 AL (copy) dated 11/18/1861 to Salmon P. Chase from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn on the Department of Treasury for losses incurred in the sale of his consular drafts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 201

Page 202 is blank.

Box: 1 Fold: 153 Letter from William Medill to Stephen S. Remak
7/9/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/9/1861 to Stephen S. Remak from William Medill thanking him for his extensive report on Austrian currency of 5/19/1859. Sent from Washington, DC to Trieste. Page 203

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