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THE STEPHEN S. REMAK PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Edward C. Stiles, Ferdinand L. Sarmiento, Louis Francovich
1/27/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (copy) dated 1/27/1859 from Stephen S. Remak in which he certifies that he has necessarily occupied 46 days in making the transit between Philadelphia and Trieste. Addressee unknown. Page 1

1 AN (copy) dated 1/27/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to Edward C. Stiles, informing him that he is assuming the duties of United States Consul to Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 2

1 AN (copy) dated 1/27/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento

informing him that he is assuming the duties of United States Consul to

Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 2

1 AN (copy) dated 1/27/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to Louis Francovich,

informing him that he is assuming the duties of United States Consul to

Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 2



Box: 1 Fold: 2 Stephen S. Remak
1/28/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (copy) dated 1/28/1859 from Stephen S. Remak in which he is transmits the inventory of archives, books and records signed by his predecessor and states that he has received temporary permission from Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government to assume consular duties. Addressee unknown. Page 3

1 AL (copy) dated 1/28/1859 from Stephen S. Remak in which he submits the certificate of time he occupied in making transit between Philadelphia and Trieste, along with his account for compensation. Addressee unknown. Page 4

Box: 1 Fold: 3 John Appleton, G.W. Lippit, Jehu Glancy Jones
02/03/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/3/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to John Appleton acknowledging the receipt of the communication which appoints him the United States Consul to Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 5

1 AN (copy) dated 2/3/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to G.W. Lipitt informing him of the Senate's confirmation of his appointment as United States Consul to Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 5

1 AN (copy) dated 2/3/1859 from Stephen S. Remak to Jehu Glancy Jones acknowledging the receipt of the commission with the Imperial Exequatur. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 5

Box: 1 Fold: 4 John Appleton
3/22/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/22/1859 from Stephen S. Remak discussing the prospect of war between the Western Allies of France and Sardinia against Austria and the possibility of sending a U.S. vessel to the Adriatic Sea in order to protect commercial interests. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 5-7



Box: 1 Fold: 5 John Appleton, Howell Cobb, 5th Auditor of Treasury
3/31/1859

DESCRIPTION:

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting account and notification of draft for rent of office. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts from 1/24/1859 to 3/31/1859. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly return of Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak requesting the confirmation of the reappointment of Louis Francovich as U.S. Consular Agent for Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to the 5th Auditor of the Treasury Department from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts from 1/27/1859 to 3/31/1859. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1859 to Howell Cobb informing him of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 7

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Jehu Glancy Jones
4/25/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/25/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak notifying him that he has requested that a United States vessel be sent to the Adriatic Sea in order to protect commercial interests in port cities. Remak asks Jones to order a vessel from the commander at Spezzia if he believes that war is imminent. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 8-9

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Louis Francovich
5/5/1859

DESCRIPTION:

1 AL (copy) dated 5/5/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak, referring to guidelines for protection of people abroad by United States Consulates. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 7

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Bartholomew Fuller
5/7/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak regarding the credit for which he is being charged by the Deparment of Treasury. Remak explains in detail why it took him 46 days to occupy his post of duty and asks Fuller to drop the charges as the cost of living in Trieste is very high.

Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 10-13

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Elie A.F. LaValette
5/10/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/10/1859 to Elie A.F. LaValette, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces in the Mediterranean, from Stephen S. Remak regarding the presence of a U.S. vessel in the harbor of Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Spezzia. Pages 13-14

1 AN (copy) dated 5/10/1859 to Theodore S. Fay, U.S. Minister at Borne, from Stephen S. Remak, requesting that he forward a dispatch to Commander LaValette in Spezzia. Sent from Trieste to Borne, Switzerland. Page 14

Box: 1 Fold: 10 William Medill
5/10/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/10/1859 to William Medill from Stephen S. Remak reiterating his explanation as to why his transit from Philadelphia to Trieste occupied 46 days. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 14

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Jehu Glancy Jones
5/13/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/13/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak regarding the necessity of a U.S. vessel in the port of Trieste. Remak states that martial law has been declared in Trieste and that Austrian authorities expect that the French Navy will blockade the port. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 15-16

Box: 1 Fold: 12 William Medill
5/13/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/13/1859 to William Medill from Stephen S. Remak regarding Medill's circular of 4/1/1859 asking for information in relation to the value of foreign coins as compared with the coinage of the U.S. Remak answers this inquiry by writing a brief history of Austrian currency and evaluating it's current state. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 16-27

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Louis Francovich and E.L. Scharffenorth
5/21/1859

DESCRIPTION:

1 AL (copy) dated 5/21/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he examine the case of Captain Scharffenorth of the "Malcolm Williamson" and seaman Peter Mills who was left behind in Trieste by the said captain. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Pages 27-29

1 AN (copy) dated 5/21/1859 to Captain E.L. Scharffenorth of the "Malcolm Williamson" from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has transmitted instructions to the U.S. Consul at Fiume regarding Peter Mills. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 29

Box: 1 Fold: 14 John Appleton
5/23/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/23/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has erroneously referred to the Consular Agent as "Commerical Agent" in his past communications. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 29-30

Box: 1 Fold: 15 John Appleton
5/24/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/24/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak regarding the Austrian currency, particularly the difference in value of silver and paper florins. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 30-32

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Jehu Glancy Jones
5/27/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/27/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak in which he describes the difficulties of his duties as U.S. Consul at Trieste due to the political tension in the city. He also notifies Jones that the U.S. vessel "Wabash" is on her way to Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 32-33

Box: 1 Fold: 17 John Appleton
5/28/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/28/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that Trieste is on the threshold of war. Remak feels the presence of a U.S. vessel in Trieste is vital because Trieste is the principle port for commerce between the United States and Austria. He also states that the French Navy has alread blockaded Venice, but Trieste remains open to neutral powers. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 34-35

1 AN (copy) dated 5/28/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns of Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 35

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Louis Francovich
5/30/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/30/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak regarding the discharge of the 1st mate of the "Malcolm Williamson". Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Pages 36-37

Box: 1 Fold: 19 John Appleton
6/3/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/3/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak referring to the blockade of Venice by the French Navy and the non-blockade of Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 37



Box: 1 Fold: 20 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento, Jehu Glancy Jones
6/14/1859-6/16/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/14/1859 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak referring to his recommendation to Jehu Glancy Jones for the presence of a U.S. vessel in the waters of the Adriatic and his expectation that the "Wabash" will arrive soon. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 37-38

1 AN (copy) dated 6/14/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak transmitting copies of correspondence with the U.S. Consul at Venice in reference to presence of U.S. vessel in the waters of the Adriatic. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 38

1 AN (copy) dated 6/16/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak notifying him of the arrival of the U.S. steam Frigate "Wabash", Flag Officer Lavalette. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 38

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Bartholomew Fuller, Howell Cobbs, John Appleton
7/1/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1859 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC.

Page 39

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1859 to Howell Cobbs from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 39

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 39

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 39

1 AN (copy) dated 7/1/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for stationary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 39

Box: 1 Fold: 22 John Appleton, Bartholomew Fuller
7/2/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/2/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that Remak has drawn on the Department of State for the amount of disbursements at the consulate for three destitute American seamen William Chadwick, Edward Salmon and Daniel Miller from the American ship "Lucinda", Captain Thomas Smith. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 39-40

1 AL (copy) dated 7/2/1859 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak returning one month's extra wages received on account of Peter Williams, a seaman discharged from the "Paragon". Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 41

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Bartholomew Fuller, John Appleton
7/7/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/7/1859 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak explaining the situation of three destitute American seamen; William Chadwick, Edward Salmon, and Daniel Miller. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 41-42

1 AL (copy) dated 7/7/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that a French frigate anchored at Fiume and landed their crew. He also describes the exchanges that occurred between Flag Officer Elie A.F. LaValette and Count August von Degenfeld during the time the "Wabash" was stationed in Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 43-44

Box: 1 Fold: 24 John Appleton
7/8/1859 - 7/26/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/8/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the stagnation of trade in Trieste and requesting instructions as to how to classify crews of foreign built vessels owned by American citizens. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 44-45

1 AL (copy) dated 7/26/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that while he was drafting the letter dated 7/8/1859, an armistice had been reached. However, Remak would still like to clarify the status of crews of foreign built vessels owned by American citizens. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 45-46

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Louis Francovich, Jehu Glancy Jones
7/11/1859-7/12/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 7/11/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the approval of his reappointment as Consular Agent for Fiume and requesting him to transmit quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 47

1 AL (copy) dated 7/12/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak regarding the authority of U.S. Consuls at seaports to issue passports to seamen who are not American citizens, but have worked on American vessels. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 47-48

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Captain Samuel Barron
7/15/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/15/1859 to Captain Samuel Barron of the U.S. Frigate "Wabash" from Stephen S. Remak regarding the damages alleged to be sustained by Frederick Muller and caused by seamen of the "Wabash". Sent from Trieste to Messina. Page 48

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Louis Francovich
7/21/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/21/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak instructing him on how to treat the ships "Olga" and "Urielka" owned by American Henry W. Gilbert. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 49

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Jehu Glancy Jones
7/25/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/25/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak regarding whether or not a U.S. Consul may issue a passport to a seaman who is not an American citizen. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 49

Box: 1 Fold: 29 William Medill
7/30/1859

DESCRIPTION:

1 AL (copy) dated 7/30/1859 to William Medill from Stephen S. Remak regarding the rate of currency exchange between Trieste and London and reporting that war has just been concluded in Austria. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 50-51

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Louis Francovich
8/3/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak regarding the discharge of a seaman on the "Mount Vernon" on the account of sore hands. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 52

Box: 1 Fold: 31 William Medill
8/9/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/9/1859 to William Medill from Stephen S. Remak requesting a copy of "General Regulations of the Treasury Department".

Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 52

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Louis Francovich
8/10/1859 - 8/13/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/10/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak regarding the discharge of David Thomas, 2nd mate of the "Mount Vernon". Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 53

1 AL (copy) dated 8/13/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak with instructions to discharge seamen from Captain Roger's vessel, the "Mount Vernon" if they do not pose a burden to the consulate. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 54

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Jehu Glancy Jones
8/17/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 Al (copy) dated 8/17/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak explaining how the amount taken out of the U.S. Treasury for the maintenance of destitute sailors might be immense if consuls are not careful. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 55-56

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Louis Francovich, John Appleton
8/24/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/24/1859 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak acknowledging the receipt of his quarterly return and instructing him on how to treat the crews of the vessels "Urielka" and "Olga". Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Pages 56-67

1 AN (copy) dated 8/24/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting the quarterly return of Consular Agent for Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 57

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Alex Derbes
8/31/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/31/1859 to Alex Derbes from Stephen S. Remak regarding the treatment of the crews on the vessels "Olga" and "Urielka", which are owned by Henry W. Gilbert of New York. Sent from Trieste to Marseilles. Pages 57-58

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Captain Samuel Barron
9/14/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/14/1859 to Captain Samuel Barron of the U.S. Frigate "Wabash" from Stephen S. Remak regarding the demands of Frederick Muller from the Captain's crew. Remak also relays to him the request of Orsola Rusca, wife of Bortolo Rusca, a musician aboard the vessel, who wishes to obtain half of her husband's wages in order to support her family. Sent from Trieste to Genoa. Pages 58-59

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
9/20/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/20/1859 to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak informing officials of his recommendation to Captain Samuel Barron that he grant Orsola Rusca's request to

obtain half of her husband's wages. Pages 59-60

Box: 1 Fold: 38 John Appleton
9/20/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/20/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak submitting the Annual Report on Foreign Commerce in Trieste for the year ending on 9/30/1859. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 60-68

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Imperial Royal Directory of the Police
9/24/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/24/1859 to the Imperial Royal Directory of the Police from Stephen S. Remak acknowledging the receipt of the affidavit of George Addison who claims to be an American citizen. Remak is declining to take charge of him until he has had the opportunity to verify whether or not

Addison is an American citizen himself. Pages 68-70

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Captain Samuel Barron, Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
9/26/1859-9/27/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 9/26/1859 to Captain Samuel Barron of the "Wabash" from Stephen S. Remak, transmitting money to the order of Pursor Harris and informing him that information has been provided to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government with reference to Orsola Rusca. Sent from Trieste to Genoa. Page 70

1 AL (copy) dated 9/27/1859 to Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government informing officials that Captain Samuel Barron of the "Wabash" has granted the petition of Orsola Rusca provided the debt of Bortolo Rusca be satisfied. Page 70

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
9/28/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/28/1859 to Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak regarding the U.S. Department of State's confirmation of the reappointment of Louis Francovich as Consular Agent for Fiume. Page 71

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Bartholomew Fuller, Howell Cobb, John Appleton
9/30/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1859 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 71

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1859 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak containing a notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 71

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing a notification of draft for rent of office. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 71

1 AN (copy) dated 9/30/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak

transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 71



Box: 1 Fold: 43 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
10/12/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/12/1859 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak in which he refuses to protect seamen who have never been entered in the Shipping Articles of an American vessel. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 72-73

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Jehu Glancy Jones
10/15/1859-10/29/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/15/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S, Remak in which he states his opinion that American seamen discharged from Austrian ships should be supported by the Austrian Government. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 74-75

1 Al (copy) dated 10/29/1859 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak contesting Jones's affirmation that seamen discharged from a foreign vessel are to be protected by U.S. Consuls. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 75-76

Box: 1 Fold: 45 John Appleton
11/5/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 11/5/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak requesting acknowledgement of receipt of the Annual Commercial Report for Trieste sent on 9/30/1859. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 76

1 AN (copy) dated 11/5/1859 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns of U.S. Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 76.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 John Appleton, Bartholomew Fuller, Howell Cobb
1/11/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 1/11/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for rent of office. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 77

1 AN (copy) dated 1/11/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 77

1 AN (copy) dated 1/11/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for stationary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 77

1 AN (copy) dated 1/11/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 77

1 AN (copy) dated 1/11/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak announcing draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 77

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Bartholomew Fuller, John Appleton
1/12/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/12/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak returning one month's extra wages received on account of John Brown, seaman discharged from the "Thetis". Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 77-78

1 AL (copy) dated 1/12/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount of disbursements drawn from the Department of State on the account of destitute seaman John Brown. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 78

Box: 1 Fold: 48 District Attorney of Boston
1/23/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/23/1860 to the District Attorney of Boston from Stephen S. Remak explaining the situation of seaman Thomas Davis who has been imprisoned on the ship "Fruiter" for committing assault and battery with the intent to kill on his fellow seaman, Thomas E. Staples. Sent from Trieste to Boston. Pages 78-79

Box: 1 Fold: 49 President of Imperial Royal Provincial Tribunal
1/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/25/1860 to the President of Imperial Royal Tribunal from Stephen S. Remak regarding the arrest and impending trial of Charles Randall, seaman of the "Henry Schelton". Pages 79-80

Box: 1 Fold: 50 John Appleton
2/1/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/1/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak presenting the four affidavits against Thomas Davis, seaman of the "Fruiter". Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 80-81

Box: 1 Fold: 51 John Appleton
2/1/1859

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/1/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak regarding the arrests and current situation of Charles Randall and John Phillips, seamen of the "Henry Schelton". Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 81-82

Box: 1 Fold: 52 District Attorney of Boston
2/4/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/4/1860 to the District Attorney of Boston from Stephen S. Remak transmitting duplicates of communications and affidavits regarding the "Fruiter" matter. Sent from Trieste to Boston, MA. Page 82

Box: 1 Fold: 53 Collector of Customs, NY
5/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/25/1860 to the Collector of Customs of New York from Stephen S. Remak explaining why he does not issue to merchants certificates of agio that fix the value of new Austrian paper florins in American currency. Sent from Trieste to New York, NY. Pages 82-84

Box: 1 Fold: 54 Moore & Co., Merchants
3/22/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/22/1860 to Moore & Co., Merchants from Stephen S. Remak explaining in detail the manner in which he issues consular certificates

to merchants. Pages 84-85

Box: 1 Fold: 55 Edward C. Stiles
3/23/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/23/1860 to Edward C. Stiles from

Stephen S. Remak forwarding copies of letters regarding the Austrian currency and consular certificates. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 86

Box: 1 Fold: 56 John Appleton
3/27/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/27/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak regarding the depreciation of Austrian currency and the decline of trade between the United States and Trieste. Remak also suggests that a law should be passed which gives U.S. Consuls protection against unruly captains and requests a raise in salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 86-89

Box: 1 Fold: 57 John Appleton, Bartholomew Fuller, Howell Cobb
3/31/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 89

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for office rent and transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 89

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting returns of U.S. Consular Agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 89

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 89

1 AN (copy) dated 3/31/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 90



Box: 1 Fold: 58 Director of Police
4/3/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/03/1860 to the Director of Police from Stephen S. Remak regarding the arrests of sailors John Coyden, James Clark, Patrick Maxwell, and Thos O'Brien. Pages 90-91

Box: 1 Fold: 59 Director of Police
4/5/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/5/1860 to Director of Police from Stephen S. Remak informing authorities that the sailor, William Watson, is under the protection of the United States. Page 91

Box: 1 Fold: 60 John Appleton
4/5/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/5/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak informing him that the seaman, Charles Randall was acquitted and discharged from prison. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 91

Box: 1 Fold: 61 Howell Cobb
4/6/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/6/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak referring to the dispatch of 5/19/1859. Remak is not issuing certificates of agio as prescribed by Section 678 of Consular Regulations because the value of the Austrian silver florin has never been fixed upon. He requests orders on whether or not to begin issuing certificates according to the Consular Regulations. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 91-93

Box: 1 Fold: 62 John Appleton
4/11/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/11/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak explaining the situation of William Watson, a seaman who was imprisoned for two years for beating another seaman to death. He was recently released from prison and is being treated as a destitute seaman. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 93-95

Box: 1 Fold: 63 John Appleton
4/16/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/16/1860 to John Appleton from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a copy of the dispatch of 4/6/1860 sent to the Secretary of Treasury regarding certificates of agio. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 63

Box: 1 Fold: 64 President of Imperial Royal Maritime Government
4/20/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/20/1860 to the President of the Imperial Royal Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he inform the mercantile community that bills of health from U.S. Consuls will be required of all captains arriving at New York from foreign ports. Page 95

Box: 1 Fold: 65 Jehu Glancy Jones
4/23/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/23/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak referring to the absence of Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from his post at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 96-97

Box: 1 Fold: 66 Blumenthal & Co.
4/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/25/1860 to Blumenthal & Co. from Stephen S. Remak inquiring as to who Ferdinand L. Sarmiento has left as Acting Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 97



Box: 1 Fold: 67 Jehu Glancy Jones
4/27/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/27/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak informing him that the U.S. Consulate at Venice is in the hands of a foreign ship broker, Pavlo Zaccaria. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Page 97

Box: 1 Fold: 68 Louis Francovich
5/5/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak enclosing forms and instructions on how to issue bills of health to captains of ships heading to New York. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 98

Box: 1 Fold: 69 Augustus Schell
5/11/1860

DESCRIPTION:

1 AL (copy) dated 5/11/1860 to Augustus Schell, Collector of Customs in New York, from Stephen S. Remak regarding Remak's refusal to fix the value of Austrian Currency in one certificate of agio. Sent from Trieste to New York. Pages 98-99

Box: 1 Fold: 70 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
5/14/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/14/1860 to Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak thanking officials for informing the mercantile community of the required bills of health for ships heading to New York. Page 100

Box: 1 Fold: 71 Jehu Glancy Jones
5/18/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/18/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak requesting that he officially establish who the Acting Consul at Venice is. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 100-101

Box: 1 Fold: 72 Isaac Toncey
6/2/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/2/1860 to Isaac Toncey from Stephen S. Remak regarding a dispatch sent to Flag Officer U.S. Levy, U.S.N. Commanding Mediterranean Squadron, U.S. Ship "Macedonia". Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 101

Box: 1 Fold: 73 Imperial Royal Directory of Police
6/5/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (cpoy) dated 6/5/1860 to Imperial Royal Directory of Police from Stephen S. Remak regarding James Macgeah, an alleged destitute American seaman. Pages 101-102

Box: 1 Fold: 74 Imperial Royal Pretuna Urbana Civile
6/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/25/1860 to the Imperial Royal Pretuna Urbana Civile from Stephen S. Remak requesting to know the charges against seaman, Theodor Beack of the American Schooner "Langden Gilmore" and to hear any evidence that has been presented against him. Page 102

Box: 1 Fold: 75 Imperial Royal Directory of the Police
6/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/25/1860 to the Imperial Royal Directory of the Police from Stephen S. Remak requesting to know the charges against Theodor Beack and the location where he is being held. Pages 102-103

Box: 1 Fold: 76 Bartholomew Fuller, Howell Cobb, William H. Trescot
6/30/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 103

1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 103

1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly return of the Navigation and Commerce of the United States with Trieste. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 103

1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) containing notification of draft for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 103

1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns.

1 AN (copy) dated 6/30/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trieste) from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn on the Department of State for stationary, blank forms, and returns and charges on packages. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 103-104

Box: 1 Fold: 77 William H. Trescot
7/3/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/3/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak informing him of the amount drawn from the Department of State for the relief of destitute American seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 104-105

Box: 1 Fold: 78 Bartholomew Fuller
7/3/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/3/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak returning one month's extra wages received and statement of disbursements made for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 105

Box: 1 Fold: 79 Matthew Fontaine Maury
7/4/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/4/1860 to Matthew Fontaine Maury from Stephen S. Remak forwarding a package from Archduke Ferdinand Maximillian of Austria. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 106

Box: 1 Fold: 80 Blumenthal & Co.
7/4/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/4/1860 to S.A. Blumenthal & Co. from Stephen S. Remak informing them that their letter of 4/26/1860 is being forwarded to Jehu Glancy Jones. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 106

Box: 1 Fold: 81 Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria
8/10/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/10/1860 to Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria from Stephen S. Remak requesting, on behalf on Ferdinand L. Sarmiento, to know the amount of fees he has received while acting as U.S. Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Venice. Pages 106-107

Box: 1 Fold: 82 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
8/13/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/13/1860 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak referring to Sarmiento's sudden and unannounced leave of absence. Sent from Trieste to Philadelphia, PA. Pages 107-108

Box: 1 Fold: 83 Augustus Schell
8/17/1860

DESCRIPTION:

1 AL (copy) dated 8/17/1860 to Augustus Schell from Stephen S. Remak regarding the certificates of agio demanded by merchant, G.F. Fisher for invoices dating 12/1859, 1/1860, and 2/1860. Remak is refusing to issue them as he suspects that the invoices are not legit. Sent from Trieste to New York. Pages 108-110

Box: 1 Fold: 84 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
8/21/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/21/1860 to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak requesting officials to inform the mercantile community that they must obtain consular certificates for the invoices of all merchandise sent to the United States. Page 110

Box: 1 Fold: 85 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
8/22/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/22/1860 to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak informing officials that the United States has not fixed the value of the new Austrian silver florin and explaining how the certificates of agio will be handled. Pages 111-112

Box: 1 Fold: 86 Bartholomew Fuller
8/27/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/27/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak containing a detailed explanation in reference to Remak's accounts for the relief of destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 112-114

Box: 1 Fold: 87 Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot)
8/28/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/28/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a copy of a letter sent to Bartholomew Fuller on 8/27/1860. Remak also comments on the unruly behavior of ship captains. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 114-115

Box: 1 Fold: 88 Jehu Glancy Jones
8/31/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/31/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak regarding correspondence Remak received from Ferdinand L. Sarmiento requesting him to go see Pavlo Zaccaria and look into the matters of the U.S. Consulate at Venice personally. Remak questions Sarmiento's capability to handle the responsibility that comes with the position of U.S Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 115-116

Box: 1 Fold: 89 William Medill
9/3/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/3/1860 to William Medill from Stephen S. Remak transmitting vouchers as proof that clothing was purchased and issued to destitute seamen. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 117

Box: 1 Fold: 90 Captain Calvin G. Worth
9/14/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/14/1860 to Captain Calvin G. Worth from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has no authority to discharge seamen from his ship, the "Hannah Crooker". Page 118

Box: 1 Fold: 91 Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot)
9/20/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/20/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak containing the Annual Report of Commerce for Trieste, with an emphasis on the commodities of cotton and sugar. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 119-125

Box: 1 Fold: 92 Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot)
9/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/25/1860 to Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak regarding the Sardinian steam frigate "Governolo", which sailed into Trieste with an official notice of a blockade at Ancona, asking for 400 tons of coal. Remak requests that United States Government vessel be sent to the ports of Venice and Trieste to protect American merchants. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Pages 125-126

Box: 1 Fold: 93 William H. Trescot, Howell Cobb, Bartholomew Fuller
10/1/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AN (copy) dated 10/1/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for office rent. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 126

1 AN (copy) dated 10/1/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 126

1 AN (copy) dated 10/1/1860 to the Assistant Secretary of State (William H. Trescot) from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly returns of U.S. Consular agent at Fiume. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 126

1 AN (copy) dated 10/1/1860 to Howell Cobb from Stephen S. Remak containing notification of draft for balance of salary. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 127

1 AN (copy) dated 10/1/1860 to Bartholomew Fuller from Stephen S. Remak transmitting quarterly accounts. Sent from Trieste to Washington, DC. Page 127

Box: 1 Fold: 94 Daniel B. Taylor
10/04/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/04/1860 to Daniel B. Taylor from Stephen S. Remak transmitting a copy of a certificate of marriage between Joseph Frederick Beneventario and Augusta A. Davenport. Remak is asking Taylor to authenticate the signature before the Clerk of the District Court of the United States so that the couple has legal evidence of their marriage for use in Sicily. Sent from Trieste to New York. Pages 127-129

Box: 1 Fold: 95 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
10/6/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/6/1860 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he will go personally to Venice and investigate matters at the U.S. Consulate. Sent from Trieste to Philadelphia. Pages 129-130

Box: 1 Fold: 96 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
10/17/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/17/1860 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak informing him that he has settled matters in Venice and requesting that his expenses for the trip be paid. Sent from Trieste to Philadelphia. Pages 130-131

Box: 1 Fold: 97 Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government
10/17/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/17/1859 to the Imperial Royal Central Maritime Government from Stephen S. Remak discussing the difference between Austrian silver and paper florins and explaining how he issues certificates of agio to merchants. Pages 131-132

Box: 1 Fold: 98 Ferdinand L. Sarmiento
10/18/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/18/1860 to Ferdinand L. Sarmiento from Stephen S. Remak suggesting that he submit an Annual Commercial Report for Venice to the Department of State. Sent from Trieste to Philadelphia. Page 132



Box: 1 Fold: 99 Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria
10/18/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/18/1860 to Paul (Pavlo) Zaccaria from Stephen S. Remak containing drafted dispatches which he can send to the United States Department of State in order to obtain approval to act as Consul at Venice.

Sent from Trieste to Venice. Page 133

Box: 1 Fold: 100 Jehu Glancy Jones
10/24/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/24/1860 to Jehu Glancy Jones from Stephen S. Remak informing him of J.J. Sprenger's appointment to U.S. Consul at Venice. Sent from Trieste to Vienna. Pages 133-134

Box: 1 Fold: 101 Louis Francovich
10/25/1860

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/25/1860 to Louis Francovich from Stephen S. Remak issuing instructions on when to display the United States flag. Sent from Trieste to Fiume. Page 134

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