WASHINGTON IRVING LETTERBOOK

SCOPE NOTE: The Washington Irving Letterbook (1 box, 0.25 linear feet) consists of one bound letterbook containing handwritten copies of outgoing letters dated from 1842 to 1844 written by Irving (1783-1859) while he served as U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846). Although most of these letters were copied in the hand of Irving's secretary, a number of them were copied by Irving himself in his own hand. Irving's richly descriptive writing style shines through in these letters as he analyzes in impressive detail important events in Spanish political history. Addressed to both American and Spanish officials; including U.S. Secretary of State Daniel Webster, Spanish Minister of State Count Almodovar, U.S. Minister to Britain Edward Everett, Commodore Matthew C. Perry, and U.S. Consuls in Spain and beyond; these letters provide valuable documentation on U.S. diplomatic and economic relations with Spain in the early 1840s. Moreover, this collection adds to the primary source material available on this nineteenth century American literary giant.

Irving's letters trace the tumultuous political events taking place in Spain between 1842 and 1844. His letters follow the struggle of Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero to remain in power as Regent in the face of the insurrections and factionalism which ultimately led to his overthrow. Irving described the intrigues of the court of Isabella II and the contest to win her hand in marriage. The instability and violence experienced in Spanish politics during these years are vividly portrayed in this letterbook by this ever-observant diplomat. Eighteen letters were sent as detailed status reports from Irving to U.S. Secretary of State Daniel Webster, who was known to drop all other work and read Irving's dispatches when receiving a letter from his "literary diplomat" (Williams, Stanley T. The Life of Washington Irving. Vol. 2. New York: Octagon Books, 1971, p. 149). Eight of the letters in this collection were sent by Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1899), the Secretary of the Legation in Madrid (1842-1844) and the grandson of the first U.S. Treasury Secretary. The younger Hamilton penned these letters when Irving was on leave in France recovering from a skin ailment. Three of Hamilton Jr.'s letters were sent to U.S. Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur, providing information about the insurrections of 1843 against Spanish rule and about Queen Isabella II's being declared of age to rule.

Although all 94 letters in this letterbook are still physically bound together, each letter has been cataloged as a separate folder. The original chronological order has been maintained. The pages of the letterbook are numbered. The individual who penned the first 50 letters numbered pages 1-98. The cataloger numbered in pencil pages 99-187. Each catalog entry indicates the pages on which a particular letter is found.

This letterbook must have been used in the U.S. Legation in Madrid as an archive for retained copies of Irving's correspondence. The inside front cover of this letterbook bears an original label: "Establecimiento de Papeles y Libros rayados E IMPRENTA. Calle del Arenal, numero 11. Madrid." Just beneath that label appears the following handwritten inscription: "Dispatch Book of Washington Irving of Sunnyside while Minister to the Court of Spain."

Letters 1 through 50 were presumably written in the hand of Irving's secretary, perhaps Hector Ames, a secretary in the Legation in Madrid who departed for America on June 13, 1843 (Williams, p. 378). Interestingly enough, the last letter in the hand of the person who copied letters 1-50 is dated June 11, 1843. The Dictionary of American Biography describes Minister to Spain Irving as living "surrounded by secretaries, within a stone's throw of the palace" in Madrid (Dictionary of American Biography. Vol. 9. New York: Scribner's, 1932, p. 510). Therefore, the letters may have been copied into this letterbook by one of several individuals.

Letters 51 through 64 seem to be in the hand of Washington Irving himself. It is not known exactly why Irving was copying his own letters into this letterbook at this point between June 22, 1843 and September 6, 1843. Perhaps his secretary was ill or on leave. It is known that Alexander Hamilton Jr., who was periodically ill, was on leave starting in June 1843 (Williams, p. 160). Hamilton had returned to his post in Madrid by September 1843 (Williams, p. 161). It is also known that Irving battled a recurring herpetic ailment during his posting as minister, and he was struck with a flare-up in February 1843 (Williams, p. 159). Williams makes note of Irving's "weakness during the first six months of 1843" (Williams, p. 159). There were even accounts of him as being too ill to write. Williams says of Irving during this period: "For at times he could only dictate his dispatches; at others, he could not even read" (Williams, p. 159). These references make it even more curious why Irving would have copied his own letters at this time. Irving did take leave of the legation from September 8, 1843 to November 30, 1843 to go to France to recover from the ailment.

Letters 65 through 94 were copied in the hand of Alexander Hamilton Jr. Hamilton authored letters 65-72 and copied them into the letterbook himself. He also copied letters 73-94 into the book although they were authored by Irving. The handwriting attributed to Hamilton matches his handwriting preserved in letters in the Historic Hudson Valley Library in Tarrytown, New York. This story of who copied these letters and why gives some indication how the legation in Madrid operated and coped with staff turnover, illness, and lack of supplies.

Most of the letters written by Irving in this collection appear in published form in Ralph M. Aderman's The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845 (Boston: Twayne, 1982). Although slight variations are present when comparing the manuscript copies found in this letterbook to those published by Aderman, the letters have essentially the same content. Other manuscript copies of many of these same letters are found in Record Groups 59 and 64 at the National Archives. What makes Georgetown's letterbook particularly interesting is the fact that letters 51-64 seem to have been copied by Irving in his own hand, not by a secretary.

The Georgetown University Library Special Collections Division possesses over 40 rare books by or about Washington Irving. The Irving Levy Book Collection, in particular, includes a number of first editions of Washington Irving. The Alexander Hill Everett Collection, a manuscript collection, contains material related to U.S. diplomatic relations with Spain. As U.S. Minister to Spain from 1825 until 1829, Everett convinced Irving to journey to Spain and encouraged him to pursue literary interests there. Two other manuscript collections provide substantial documentation on aspects of Spanish History: the America Magazine Archives, which include a large quantity of material on the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), and the Foreign Affairs Oral History Program transcripts, which cover the experiences of various U.S. foreign service officials from the mid-twentieth century to present.

Among the many libraries preserving Washington Irving letters, the following have noteworthy collections: The Seligman, Hellman, and Berg collections at the New York Public Library; the Clifton Waller Barrett Collection at the University of Virginia; Yale University; Harvard University; Columbia University; the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; and the archives of John Murray (Irving's primary British publisher). Washington Irving's official diplomatic correspondence is housed at the National Archives. Included among his papers at National Archives is a letterbook containing copies of his dispatches and letters written as Minister to Spain. The National Archives' Irving letterbook is very similar to Georgetown University's Irving letterbook. The Historic Hudson Valley Library (in Tarrytown, New York) holds the Hamilton Family Papers (1768-1906), which contain correspondence dated from 1843 to 1844 of Alexander Hamilton Jr. while he was Secretary to the U.S. Legation in Madrid under Washington Irving.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH: Best known as an outstanding American author, Washington Irving (1783-1859) was born in New York City on April 3, 1783, the son of Deacon William and Sarah (Sanders) Irving.

After entering the law office of Henry Masterson in 1798, Irving was admitted to the New York bar. Seeking a more creative profession, he turned to writing and soon began contributing to the Morning Chronicle, in which he published the first installment of The Letters of Jonathan Oldstyle, Gent. (1802). Irving's well-chronicled literary career took off soon thereafter. He poured out such classics as Salamagunde (1807-1808), History of New York (1809), the Sketch Book (1819-1820), and many others.

Irving's diplomatic career officially began in 1826, when he was attached to the U.S. Embassy in Madrid, Spain. It was Alexander Hill Everett (1790-1847), U.S. Minister to Spain (1825-1829), who encouraged Irving to join him in Spain and gave him reign to pursue literary interests. Before Irving's first tour of duty in Spain ended in 1829, he had learned much of Spanish culture and history and had made a positive impression on a wide segment of the Spanish populace. His publication of The History of the Life and Voyages of Columbus in 1828 won him election into the Real Academia de la Historia. Of note, he also proved his worth an interpreter of Spanish legend and culture by writing A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada (1829) and The Alhambra (1832).

Many years after a brief stint as Secretary of the U.S. Legation in London in 1829 under U.S. Minister to England Louis McLane, Irving resumed his foreign service career as U.S. Minister to Spain, a post he held from 1842 until 1846. Sixty years old as he embarked on this mission, Irving was on hand in Madrid when many important events developed involving Queen Isabella II, the Queen-Mother Maria Cristina De Borbon, and dictator Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero. At this time Irving befriended, among others, statesman Agustin Arguelles and English Minister Sir Henry Bulwer. Although Irving's service as Minister to Spain slowed his progress on his biography of George Washington, he served his nation well in that capacity.

Washington Irving died on November 28, 1859 in Tarrytown, New York.

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SOURCES:

Aderman, Ralph M. (Ed.), et al. The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845. Boston: Twayne, 1982.

Dictionary of American Biography. Vol. 9. New York: Scribner's, 1932.

Hellman, George S. Washington Irving Esquire: Ambassador at Large from the New World to the Old World. New York: Knopf, 1925.

Who Was Who in America: Historical Volume, 1607-1896. Chicago: Marquis, 1963.

Williams, Stanley T. The Life of Washington Irving. Vol. 2. New York: Octagon Books, 1971.

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ABBREVIATIONS:

AL - Autograph Letter.
ALS - Autograph Letter Signed.

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ACCESSION DATA:

Status: Open.
Photocopies not permitted due to preservation concerns.
Provenance: Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz & Frederick B. Scheetz.
Processed by Scott S. Taylor, July 2000.

BULK DATES: 1842 - 1844
SPAN DATES: 1842 - 1844
EXTENT: 1 box, 0.25 l.f.


FOLDER DESCRIPTIONS

Box# Folder# Title DATE Description

1 1 Daniel Webster DATE: 8/2/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/2/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), informing him that he had arrived at his new post, discussing the presentation of his credentials to the Spanish Court, and revealing some of his first impressions in his capacity as foreign minister. References to Aaron Vail, Count Almodovar (Ildefonso Diez de Riverta), Queen Isabella II, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent and Duke of Victoria), Governess Juana Maria de la Vega (Countess Espoz y Mina), Agustin Arguelles, the condition of the archives of the legation, and Gurdon Bradley. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 1-4.

1 2 Callaghan, Charles DATE: 8/5/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/5/1842 from Washington Irving (1782-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Charles Callaghan, regarding claimants under Spanish Indemnity Certificates. Sent from Madrid to Philadelphia. Pages 4-5.

1 3 John Peters & Co. DATE: 8/5/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/5/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to John Peters & Co. of New York, regarding the Spanish Indemnity Certificates. References to Aaron Vail and Gabriel Fronti (in left margin). Sent from Madrid to New York. Page 5.

1 4 Rich, Obadiah DATE: 8/19/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/19/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Obadiah Rich (1783-1850), U.S. Consul at Port Mahon in the Balearic Islands (1834-1845), with lengthy discussion of the case of Gabriel Fronti. Sent from Madrid to Port Mahon. Pages 6-8.

1 5 Daniel Webster DATE: 8/27/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 8/27/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), recommending Pablo Anguera for the consulship of Barcelona and discussing at length Spanish domestic politics. Reference to Aaron Vail and General Martin Zurbano. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 8-12.

1 6 Count Almodovar DATE: 9/24/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/24/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1844), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, regarding the case of Michael Drawsin Harang. Reference to Michael's father Luis Alexander Harang. Sent from Madrid. Pages 12-16.

1 7 Count Almodovar DATE: 10/4/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/4/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, regarding the case of Love Straw, an American citizen from Maine, detained in Havana for an alleged criminal offense. Reference to Straw's ship the "Sarah Ann Alley," Aaron Vail, Joaquin Maria de Ferrer y Cafranga, and President John Tyler (1790-1862, U.S. President 1841-1845). Sent from Madrid. Pages 17-20.

1 8 Daniel Webster DATE: 10/8/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/8/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), regarding the claim of Michael Drawsin Harang, the case of Love Straw, and the accounts of the legation. References to Count Almodovar, James S. Calhoun, and Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 20-21.

1 9 Daniel Webster DATE: 11/5/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/5/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), providing a lengthy discussion and analysis of Spanish politics. References to Paul Pon, John R. Cooke, Lord Ashburton (Alexander Baring), Count Almodovar, Michael Drawsin Harang, Thomas M. Rodney, Francisco de Paula, Queen Isabella II, Agustin Arguelles, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, Francisco de Asis (Duke of Cadiz), Princess Louisa Carlota, Maria Cristina De Borbon, General Martin Zurbano, Mr. Lefevre, Jose Maria Calatrava, and the "Cotton Question." Discussion of the Cortes, the Spanish press, the minority of the Queen, attacks on and characteristics of Espartero, the marriage of the Queen, General Zurbano, the scheme of Jose Maria Calatrava, and commercial relations. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 21-31.

1 10 Count Almodovar DATE: 11/8/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/8/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, with lengthy and wide-ranging discussion of economic relations between the United States and Spain. Includes discussion of trade with Spanish colonies in the Western Hemisphere, including Cuba and Puerto Rico, and reference to Poulett Thomson. Sent from Madrid. Pages 32-40.

1 11 Count Almodovar DATE: 11/10/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/10/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar, regarding the appointment of Orlando S. Morse as U.S. Consul at San Juan, Puerto Rico. References to Aaron Vail, Antonio Gonzalez, and Governor Santiago Mendez Vigo. Sent from Madrid. Pages 40-41.

1 12 Count Almodovar DATE: 11/11/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/11/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, regarding access to the navy yard at Port Mahon (Balearic Islands). Reference to Dionisio Capaz (Spanish Minister of Marine). Sent from Madrid. Pages 42-43.

1 13 Webster, Daniel DATE: 11/11/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/11/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with discussion of economic relations between the United States and Spain and of the constant turnover of officials in the Spanish government. References to Orlando S. Morse, Jose Maria Calatrava, Count Almodovar, and the "Cotton Question." Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 43-45.

1 14 Read, George DATE: 11/14/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/14/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), regarding the case of the American sailor John Johnson stabbed by Spaniard Jose Illesca y Torralva and the state of U.S. trade in Malaga. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 45-46.

1 15 Webster, Daniel DATE: 11/22/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/22/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with lengthy analysis of Spanish politics, particularly detailing an insurrection at Barcelona and the departure of the Regent. References to Salustiano Olozaga, Jose Maria Calatrava, General Martin Zurbano, the "Cotton Question," Francisco de Paula, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, Queen Isabella II, General Antonio Van Halen, and Monjuich (fortress in Barcelona). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 46-50.

1 16 Webster, Daniel DATE: 11/26/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/26/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1842-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), regarding the insurrection at Barcelona. References to the claim of Pedro Alcantara Argaiz (the Chevalier D'Argaiz), Count Almodovar, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, Queen Isabella II, Antonio Van Halen, Monjuich, and Port Mahon. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 50-52.

1 17 Webster, Daniel DATE: 12/5/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/5/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with lengthy discussion of the case of the "Amistad" and the payment of Spanish debts to the U.S. References to Count Almodovar, Pedro Alcantara Argaiz (the Chevalier D'Argaiz), Geronimo Valdes y Sierra (Intendente of Cuba), and Robert B. Campbell. Irving requests that Webster send him copies of the reports of the U.S. Supreme Court, including those relevant to the "Amistad" case. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 52-56.

1 18 Almodovar, Count DATE: 12/6/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/6/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, with discussion of a diplomatic dispute centering on Spain's payment of debts to the U.S. References to Daniel Webster (1782-1852, U.S. Secretary of State 1841-1843), Geronimo Valdes y Sierra (Intendente of Cuba), the "Amistad," Pedro Alcantara Argaiz (Chevalier D'Argaiz), and John Tyler (1790-1862, U.S. President 1841-1845). Sent from Madrid. Pages 56-59.

1 19 Almodovar, Count DATE: 12/8/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/8/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, acknowledging receipt of the news that the insurrection in Barcelona against the Spanish government had been put down. Sent from Madrid. Page 59.

1 20 Read, George DATE: 12/8/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/8/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), in reference to a Senate resolution about trade. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 59-60.

1 21 Webster, Daniel DATE: 12/10/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/10/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with ample discussion of the surrender of Barcelona; the tobacco trade between the U.S. and Malaga, Spain; and the cultivation of tobacco in Manilla, Philippines. References to Count Almodovar, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (the Regent), the "Cotton Question," and Monjuich. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 60-63.

1 22 Webster, Daniel DATE: 12/21/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/21/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), providing discussion of Spanish politics. References to Count Almodovar, the semi-annual payment of interest in Cuba, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, and order in Barcelona. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 63-64.

1 23 Webster, Daniel DATE: 12/24/1842 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/24/1842 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with lengthy discussion of the tobacco trade. References to role of England in the tobacco trade, Sir Arthur Ingram Aston (British Minister to Spain), Joaquin Maria de Ferrer y Cafranga, Jose Maria Calatrava, the "Cotton Question," Orlando S. Morse (U.S. Consul at San Juan, Puerto Rico), and Fitzhenry McCready (U.S. Consul at Baracoa, Cuba). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 64-66.

1 24 Webster, Daniel DATE: 1/9/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/9/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), providing long description and analysis of Spanish political affairs. References to Count Almodovar, Pedro Alcanara Argaiz (Chevalier D'Argaiz), Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero's (Regent) reception by Madrid, the insurrection in Barcelona, General Martin Zurbano's heavy hand in Catalonia, the character and actions of Espartero, the involvement of France and England in the Barcelona insurrection, Louis Philippe, Ferdinand de Lesseps, the "Cotton Question," and the "Heraldo" (newspaper). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 66-71.

1 25 Read, George DATE: 1/13/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/13/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), with brief mention of the consular returns of the course of trade for the port of Malaga. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 71-72.

1 26 Webster, Daniel DATE: 2/11/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/11/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1782-1852), with discussion of diplomatic issues, especially a dispute involving France surrounding the insurrection at Barcelona. References to the lawsuit between John W. Damon and Frederick Tudor, William H. Prescott and Alexander Hill Everett in relation to the Damon-Tudor lawsuit, Samuel McLean, P. Harmony & Co., F.X. Harmony, Louis Philippe, Juan Gutierrez, Duke de Glucksberg (Louis Charles Elie Decazes), Ferdinand de Lesseps, and a manifesto by Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 72-73 [The letter begins on a page marked "72," continues on two un-numbered pages, and ends on a page marked "73"].

1 27 Anguera, Pablo DATE: 2/14/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/14/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Pablo Anguera, unofficial U.S. representative at Barcelona until 1850 (U.S. Consul at Barcelona 1850-1857), with discussion about the appointment of Paul Pon as U.S. Consul at Barcelona. Sent from Madrid. Pages 73-74.

1 28 Read, George DATE: 2/15/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 brief AL (copy) dated 2/15/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), indicating that he never recommended Ignacio Figueroa as Vice Consul to Adra and mentioning a trip to Adra and William Kirkpatrick. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Page 75.

1 29 McCloud, Eliza DATE: 2/25/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/25/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Eliza McCloud, regarding a claim upon Don Enrique-Bayo, with references to John Merino. Sent from Madrid. Pages 75-76.

1 30 Almodovar, Count DATE: 3/7/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy, in French) dated 3/7/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, informing him of receipt of certain dispatches and expressing his wish that Almodovar meet with Alexander Hamilton Jr. (Secretary of the Legation) on Irving's behalf, as Irving was ill. Sent from Madrid. Page 76.

1 31 Webster, Daniel DATE: 3/10/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/10/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with discussion of rumors of a potential rebellion in Cuba. References to Robert B. Campbell (U.S. Consul at Havana, Cuba), Irving being ill, Count Almodovar, Alexander Hamilton Jr., alleged involvement of U.S. abolition societies in the rumored Cubanrebellion, and Geronimo Valdez (Governor-general of Cuba). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 77-79.

1 32 Read, George DATE: 3/22/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 brief AL (copy) dated 3/22/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), in reference to the case of the Barque "Empress" (U.S. ship). Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 79-80.

1 33 Read, George DATE: 3/23/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/23/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), with discussion of the Royal Arauncel in relation to duties on codfish. References to Aaron Vail and codfish trade in Malaga. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 80-81.

1 34 Almodovar, Count DATE: 3/27/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/27/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish Foreign Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, with very lengthy discussion of the case of the Barque "Empress" (U.S. ship). References to Captain Moses Townsend of "Empress," the port of Malaga (Spain), and George Read (U.S. Consul to Malaga). Sent from Madrid. Pages 82-87.

1 35 Pon, Paul DATE: 3/30/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/30/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Paul Pon, U.S. Consul at Barcelona (1842-1846), stating that it is the policy of the U.S. government to recognize the existing government of every nation in Europe and cautioning against interfering with Spanish domestic politics, which were in tumult due to the recent insurrection in Barcelona. Reference to Mr. Lefevre (resident of Madrid). Sent from Madrid to Barcelona. Pages 87-88.

1 36 Read, George DATE: 4/1/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/1/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), with discussion of the case of the Barque "Empress." References to Count Almodovar, the removal of Don Alejo Benito de Gaminde as Intendente of Malaga, and Manuel de Elizaicin (Intendente of Alicante). Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 88-89.

1 37 Webster, Daniel DATE: 4/1/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/1/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with discussion of the outrage surrounding the case of the Barque "Empress," the politics of the Spanish Cortes, and the character of Napoleon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte (1822-1891, youngest child of Jerome Bonaparte's second marriage). References to Count Almodovar, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), Alejo Benito de Gaminde (removed from office as Intendente), Manuel de Elizaicin (Intendente of Alicante), the cabinet of Antonio Gonzalez, General Vicente Sancho (Spanish Minister to Great Britain), predictions of violent political opposition, the character of Don Francisco de Paula, the character of Louisa Carlotta, the question of Queen Isabella II's marriage, Count Parsent, Napoleon Bonaparte (as uncle of Napoleon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte), Irving's illness, the possibility of Irving leaving the Madrid for a time and entrusting the management of the legation to Alexander Hamilton Jr., Madame Juana de Viar, Robert B. Campbell, Paul Pon, and Eliza McCloud. Sent from Madrid to Washington, DC. Pages 89-91.

1 38 Webster, Daniel DATE: 4/6/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/6/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with discussion of the case of the U.S. Barque "Empress." References to Count Almodovar, Alejo Benito de Gaminde, the decline of trade between the U.S. and Spain and its effect on the wine and fruit districts of Malaga and the role of Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent) in the matter and praise for George Read (U.S. Consul at Malaga). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 92-93.

1 39 Almodovar, Count DATE: 4/6/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/6/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, expressing satisfaction that the Intendente of Malaga, Alejo Benito de Gaminde, had been dismissed because of his actions in the case of the U.S. Barque "Empress." Sent from Madrid. Page 93.

1 40 Read, George DATE: 4/7/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/7/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), with discussion of the case of the U.S. Barque "Empress." Reference to removal of Alejo Benito de Gaminde. Sent from Malaga to Madrid. Page 94.

1 41 Almodovar, Count DATE: 4/7/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/7/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Count Almodovar (1777-1846), Spanish First Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs, with lengthy discussion of the case of Alexander Burton (U.S. Consul at Cadiz, Spain). Sent from Madrid. Pages 95-97.

1 42 Burton, Alexander DATE: 4/24/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/24/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Alexander Burton, U.S. Consul at Cadiz, Spain, discussing his case. Reference to Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid to Cadiz. Pages 97-98.

1 43 Webster, Daniel DATE: 5/9/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/9/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster (1782-1852), U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), providing detailed analysis of the defeat and resignation of Spanish ministers, with references to Manuel Cortina, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), Salustiano Olozaga, and Joaquin Maria Lopez. Additional reference to receipt of commissions of Franklin Gage and John Hartman as U.S. consuls at Cardenas and Barracoa, respectively. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 98-100. [Note that page 98 is the last page numbered in pen by the original letter copyist. That is, the copyist numbered pages 1-98 at the time he copied the letters in 1842-1843. Subsequent pages in the letterbook were numbered in pencil by the manuscripts processor from pages 99-187 in order to aid in cataloging and accessing the letters.] Webster's term as Secretary of State ended on 5/8/1843. Hugh Swinton Legare was Secretary of State ad interim on the day this letter was dated. Swinton held that post from 5/9/1843 until his death on 6/20/1843.

1 44 Frias, Joaquin de DATE: 5/22/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/22/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Joaquin de Frias (1783-1851), ad interim head of Spanish Department of State, acknowledging receipt of the letter regarding Frias' recent appointment. References to Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent). Sent from Madrid. Pages 100-101.

1 45 MacCulloch, Arthur DATE: 5/12/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/12/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Arthur McCulloch [MacCulloch], U.S. Vice Consul at Alicante (Spain), in regard to a leave of absence requested by MacCulloch. Sent from Madrid. Page 101.

1 46 Cuetos, Olegario de los DATE: 5/22/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/22/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Olegario de los Cuetos (d.1844, Progressive party member who was tapped to head the Spanish Ministry of State in the cabinet of Alvaro Gomez Becerra, which lasted from May 20 to June 29, 1843), congratulating him upon his recent appointment. Sent from Madrid. Page 102.

1 47 Webster, Daniel DATE: 5/24/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 5/24/1843 from Washington Irving (1842-1846), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Daniel Webster, U.S. Secretary of State (1841-1843), with detailed analysis of the disbanding of the Joaquin Maria Lopez cabinet, the military shake-up by Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), the new cabinet installed under Alvaro Gomez Becerra, and the political prospects of Espartero. References to Convention of Vergara at the conclusion of the civil war with Don Carlos, Queen Isabella II, Juan Alvarez Mendizabal, Olegario de los Cuetos, Pedro Gomez de la Serna, Isidoro de Hoyos, Irving's illness, and the possibility of his taking temporary leave of the legation and leaving it in the care of Alexander Hamilton Jr. Sent from Madrid. Pages 102-107. Note: Webster's last day as secretary of state had been on 5/8/1843. Hugh Swinton Legare was secretary of state ad interim from 5/9/1843-6/20/1843.

1 48 Cuetos, Olegario de los DATE: 6/6/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/6/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Olegario de los Cuetos (d.1844), head of Spanish Ministry of State, with discussion of problems with the mail at Port Mahon and other ports. References to Obadiah Rich (U.S. Consul at Port Mahon), D. C. Croxall (U.S. Consul at Marseilles), and Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid. Pages 107-108.

1 49 Pleasonton, Stephen DATE: 6/7/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 6/7/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Stephen Pleasonton (d. 1855), 5th Auditor of the U.S. Treasury (1817-1855), regarding the accounts transmitted to the legation in Madrid. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Page 109.

1 50 Rich, Obadiah DATE: 6/11/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy, fragment) dated 6/11/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Obadiah Rich (1783-1850), U.S. Consul at Port Mahon in the Balearic Islands (1834-1845). Only the letter's heading is retained in the letterbook; the text of the letter is not retained. The page containing Irving's letter to Rich appears to have been torn out of the letterbook. Page 109.

1 51 William S. Derrick DATE: 6/22/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to the U.S. Secretary of State [William S. Derrick, Chief Clerk of State Department, acting Secretary of State 6/21/1843-6/23/1843], providing analysis of Spanish politics, in particular the insurrections against the Spanish government. References to Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), Joaquin Maria Lopez, General Juan Prim, Queen Isabella II, the murder of Miguel Antonio Camacho, the insurrection in Valencia, Olegario de los Cuetos (Spanish Minister of Marine), and Alexander Burton (U.S. Consul at Cadiz). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 110-112. For some reason, it appears Irving was copying his own letters into this letterbook at this point in his service as minister to Spain. Note: Daniel Webster's term as Secretary of State ended 5/8/1843. Hugh Swinton Legare was Secretary of State ad interim from 5/9/1843 until his death on 6/20/1843. Derrick's service as acting Secretary of State lasted but a few days. Abel P. Upshur served as Secretary of State ad interim from 6/24/1843-7/23/1843, and he entered on duty as Secretary of State on 7/24/1843, a post he held until 2/28/1844.

1 52 Legare, Hugh Swinton DATE: 7/8/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/8/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Hugh Swinton Legare (1797-1843), U.S. Secretary of State ad interim (5/9/1843-6/20/1843), discussing the insurrection against the Spanish government. References to anti-British feelings in Spain, the Ayacucho faction, Queen Isabella II, Antonio Seoane, Martin Zurbano, Manuel Enna, and Francisco Javier Azpiroz. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 112-114. Legare became ad interim Secretary of State on 5/9/1843 after resignation of Daniel Webster. Legare had died on 6/20/1843, and Abel P. Upshur became Secretary of State ad interim from 6/24/1843-7/23/1843 and held the post of Secretary of State from 7/24/1843 until his death on 2/28/1844.

1 53 Cuetos, Olegario de los DATE: 7/10/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/10/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Olegario de los Cuetos (d. 1844), head of Spanish Ministry of State, with discussion of a pardon for Captain Love Straw. References to Governor John Fairfield of Maine, Albert Smith (1793-1867, U.S. Congressman from Maine 1839-1841), and Daniel Deshon of Boston (who had been robbed by Straw). Sent from Madrid. Pages 114-115.

1 54 Aguirre, Maximo de DATE: 7/11/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/11/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Maximo de Aguirre, U.S. Consul at Bilbao (Spain), suggesting that Aguirre continue on as consul until his resignation were accepted by the U.S. Secretary of State. Aguirre had just been unwillingly appointed Alcalde Constitutional in the Provincial Ayuntiameniento in Bilbao. Sent from Madrid. Pages 115-116.

1 55 Legare, Hugh Swinton DATE: 7/22/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/22/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Hugh Swinton Legare (1797-1843), U.S. Secretary of State ad interim (5/9/1843-6/20/1843), describing at length the siege of Madrid by troops from Leon and northern and central Spain under Francisco Javier Azpiroz and Ramon Maria Narvaez, the defection of the Regent's army, and the fall of Madrid. References to Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), Evaristo San Miguel (Captain General of Madrid), Antonio Seoane, Martin Zurbano, Martin Iriarte, Queen Isabella II, and Juan Mendizabal. Final paragraph mentions pardon of Captain Love Straw. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 116-121. Pages 119 and 120 contain no writing but were scribbled out, presumably by Irving. On the day this letter was dated, Abel P. Upshur was U.S. Secretary of State ad interim (6/24/1843-7/23/1843); Legare had died 6/20/1843.

1 56 Frias, Joaquin de DATE: 7/25/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/25/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Joaquin de Frias (1783-1851), ad interim head of Spanish Department of State, in regard to Frias' continuing as ad interim Minister of State. Sent from Madrid. Pages 121-122.

1 57 Frias, Joaquin de DATE: 7/25/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/25/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Joaquin de Frias (1783-1851), ad interim head of Spanish Department of State, expressing his wish to keep the lines of communication open in the midst of political turmoil in Spain. Sent from Madrid. Page 122.

1 58 Legare, Hugh Swinton DATE: 7/25/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/25/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Hugh Swinton Legare (1797-1843), U.S. Secretary of State ad interim (5/9/1843-6/20/1843), reporting that Madrid had fallen to invading armies and describing the resulting political situation. References to the revolutionary government, Queen Isabella II, the Joaquin Maria Lopez cabinet, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (Regent), Joaquin de Frias, and Ignacio Valdevieslo (Mexican Minister to Spain). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 123-124. At the time this letter was sent, Abel P. Upshur had just become U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844; Upshur had been Secretary of State ad interim 6/24/1843-7/23/1843); Legare had died on 6/20/1843.

1 59 Pon, Paul DATE: 7/31/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 7/31/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Paul Pon, U.S. Consul at Barcelona, informing him that he had entered into relations with the provisional government of Spain. Reference to Queen Isabella II. Sent from Madrid to Barcelona. Page 124. Another letter seems to be on the reverse side on page 125, but that page has been pasted to what has been marked as page 126. Any attempt to separate the pages might destroy them.

1 60 Abel P. Upshur DATE: 8/8/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS in hand of Washington Irving dated 8/8/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to U.S. Secretary of State [Abel P. Upshur, secretary of state 7/24/1843-2/28/1844], with ample discussion of the insurgency overthrowing Regent Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero. References to the fall of Madrid, the siege of Seville, Espartero's retreat towards Cadiz and his taking refuge on a British warship, Manuel de la Concha, Antonio Seoane, Ramon Maria Narvaez, Queen Isabella II, the various factions vying for power and their motives, Louis Philippe, Agustin Arguelles, Francisco Javier Castanos (Duke of Bailen), N. M. Rothschild & Sons, and Baring Brothers & Company. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 127-131.

1 61 Note passed to the govt. DATE: 7/16/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) seemingly in hand of Washington Irving (1783-1859, U.S. Minister to Spain 1842-1846) dated 7/16[/1843]: "Note passed to the govt. by the Diplomatic Corps." Regarding attacks against Madrid. Text in French. References to Queen Isabella II. Page 132. It is unclear who penned this letter. This letter does not appear in the published book "The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845." The copy in this letterbook is unsigned, but it reads "Signed by the members of the Diplomatic Corps." The reply (copy) to the above letter is cataloged as Folder 62 in this collection.

1 62 Reply of Olegario de los Cuetos DATE: 7/16/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 7/16[/1843], seemingly in hand of Washington Irving (1783-1859, U.S. Minister to Spain 1842-1846) sent by Olegario de los Cuetos (d. 1844), head of Spanish Ministry of State, in reply to a note passed that day to the Spanish government by the diplomatic corps. Cuetos thanks the diplomatic corps for their concern for the safety of Queen Isabella II, but he expresses his belief that she will be protected by the people of Spain. Text in Spanish. Pages 132-133. Sent from "Palacio." This letter does not appear in the published book "The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845."

1 63 Abel P. Upshur DATE: 8/19/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS seemingly in hand of Washington Irving dated 8/19/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to U.S. Secretary of State [Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844, Secretary of State 7/24/1843-2/28/1844)], with discussion of the possibility of the ruling party declaring Queen Isabella II of age to rule and of the marriage of the Queen. References to Ramon Maria Narvaez, Joaquin Maria Lopez, Francisco Serrano, Fermin Caballero, Francisco de Paula, Ayacucho faction, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero (formerly Regent), Francisco de Asis (Duke of Cadiz), La Granja (royal palace built by Philip V), Maria Cristina De Borbon, and Louis Philippe. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 133-136.

1 64 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 9/6/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS seemingly in hand of Washington Irving dated 9/6/1843 from Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Abel P. Upshur, U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with discussion of Spanish politics. References to President John Tyler (1790-1862, President 1841-1845) appointing Upshur secretary of state ad interim, calls for Ramon Maria Narvaez to become military dictator, Irving being ill, Irving's plan to take leave for France and leave the legation in the hands of Alexander Hamilton Jr., and the loss of the U.S. Steam frigate "Missouri." Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 137-138. Starting two days after the date of this letter, Irving was on leave in Paris for treatment of a skin ailment from 9/8/1843 to 11/30/1843 [Ralph M. Aderman, Ed., et al "The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845" (Boston: Twayne, 1982), p. xxxvi].

1 65 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Abel P. Upshur DATE: 10/7/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/7/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889, grandson of Alexander Hamilton [1757-1804, first U.S. Treasury Secretary]), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), reporting on Spanish politics. References to Washington Irving's illness, Irving's leave in France, the upcoming session of the Cortes, and Queen Isabella II. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 138-140. The handwriting of this letter and of subsequent letters from Alexander Hamilton Jr. does not appear to match the handwriting of letters 1-50 in this letterbook, nor does it appear to match the handwriting of letters 51-64 in this letterbook.

1 66 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Abel P. Upshur DATE: 11/8/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/8/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), reporting on the session of the Cortes (Spanish parliament) and Spanish politics. Discussion of Salustiano Olozaga, Manuel Cortina, the majority of Queen Isabella II, the latest news of the insurrection (in Saragossa, Barcelona, and Leon), Juan Prim, an assassination attempt against Ramon Maria Narvaez, and the declaring of Isabella II of age to rule. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 140-143.

1 67 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to George Read DATE: 9/18/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/18/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1899), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), regarding economic relations between Spain and the United States. References to Washington Irving being in France and the case of the U.S. ship "Empress." Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 143-144.

1 68 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to George Read DATE: 9/25/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 9/25/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), regarding a question in relation to Spanish commercial regulations. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 144-146.

1 69 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Alexander Burton DATE: 10/3/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 10/3/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Alexander Burton, U.S. consul at Cadiz, in reference to extraordinary contributions. Sent from Madrid to Cadiz. Pages 146-147.

1 70 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Joaquin de Frias DATE: 11/13/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/3/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Joaquin de Frias (1783-1851), acknowledging receipt of a letter stating Queen Isabella II had been officially declared of age to rule Spain. Sent from Madrid. Page 147.

1 71 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Salustiano Olozaga DATE: 11/24/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/24/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Salustiano Olozaga, congratulating Ozolaga on being named head of the Department of State and President of the Council of Ministers. References to Queen Isabella II. Sent from Madrid. Pages 147-148.

1 72 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. to Abel P. Upshur DATE: 11/28/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 11/28/1843 from Alexander Hamilton Jr. (1816-1889), Secretary of U.S. Legation in Madrid (1842-1844), to Abel P. Upshur, U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with discussion of Queen Isabella II's majority confirmed 11/8/1843, her taking an oath to uphold the constitution on 11/10/1843, the Queen's ability to rule, the forming of a new Spanish cabinet, the political issues facing the young Queen, and the various factions vying for influence. References to Joaquin Maria Lopez, Salustiano Olozaga, and Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 148-150.

1 73 Luis Gonzalez Bravo DATE: 12/4/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), congratulating him on being appointed Spanish Minister of State and Foreign Affairs. Sent from Madrid. Page 150. Irving had returned from leave in France to his post in Madrid on 11/30/1843 (Ralph M. Aderman, Ed., et al, "The Complete Works of Washington Irving: Letters, Volume III, 1839-1845 (Boston: Twayne, 1982), p. xxxvi). This letter does not appear to be in the hand of Irving. Rather, it appears to be in the same hand as the copyist who wrote all of the letters from Alexander Hamilton Jr. Letters 73-94 all appear to have been written in the hand of the same person.

1 74 Luis Gonzalez Bravo DATE: 12/4/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/4/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), Spanish Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, in references to a declaration of Queen Isabella II. Sent from Madrid. Pages 150-151.

1 75 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 12/8/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/8/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with discussion of Salustiano Olozaga's actions, the dismissal of Olozaga, the actions of Luis Gonzalez Bravo, various political factions, the actions of Ramon Maria Narvaez, and the popularity of Queen Isabella II. References to Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero and Maria Cristina De Borbon. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 151-154.

1 76 Aguirre, Maximo de DATE: 12/16/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/16/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Maximo De Aguirre, U.S. Consul at Bilbao (Spain), in regard to Aguirre's claim to be refunded for a payment forced upon him by Martin Zubrano. References to Abel P. Upshur (U.S. Secretary of State) and Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid to Bilbao. Page 155.

1 77 Everett, Edward DATE: 12/23/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/23/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Edward Everett (1794-1865), U.S. Minister to Britain (1841-1845), in reference to the controversy between Spain and Britain over Nootka Island. References to Alexander Hamilton Jr., Charles II, the "Sutil" (Spanish schooner), and the "Mexicana" (Spanish schooner). Sent from Madrid. Page 156.

1 78 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 12/23/1843 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 12/23/1843 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1783-1859), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with brief references to the case of Maximo de Aguirre (U.S. Consul at Bilbao, Spain), the commission of William Hogan as U.S. Consul at Nuevitas (Cuba), and the financial accounts of the legation. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 156-157.

1 79 Read, George DATE: 1/12/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/12/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to George Read, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), briefly mentioning the decline in trade between the U.S. and Spain and praising Read for his conduct as consul. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 157-158.

1 80 Miller, John DATE: 1/15/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/15/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. minister to Spain (1783-1859), to John Miller, U.S. despatch agent in London (1832-1842), regarding a payment. Reference to Baring Brothers & Company. Sent from Madrid. Page 158.

1 81 Everett, Edward DATE: 1/15/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/15/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Edward Everett (1794-1865), U.S. Minister to Britain (1841-1845), explaining why certain documents relevant to the controversy between Spain and Britain over Nootka Island are missing. References to the "Sutil" (Spanish schooner) and "Mexicana" (Spanish schooner). Sent from Madrid. Pages 158-159.

1 82 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 1/19/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/19/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with very lengthy discussion of Spanish politics, including analysis of the conduct of Salustiano Olozaga vis-a-vis Queen Isabella II, the contending political factions in the Cortes, and the actions of the Luis Gonzalez Bravo ministry. References to Maria Cristina De Borbon, Francisco Martinez de la Rosa, Ramon Maria Narvaez, Manuel de la Concha, Francisco Serrano, Carlos count de Montemolin, Count Charles-Joseph de Bresson (French Ambassador to Spain), Sir William Henry Lytton Bulwer (British Minister to Spain), Angel Calderon de la Barca, and John R. Cooke (commissioned U.S. Consul at Trinidad). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 159-164.

1 83 Gonzalez Bravo, Luis DATE: 1/25/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/25/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), Spanish First Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, with discussion of the quarantine regulations of the Canary Islands. References to the port of Santa Cruz, the brig "Sarah Deering," the vessel "Isaac Franklin," and the barilla (a plant) trade. Sent from Madrid. Pages 164-167.

1 84 Gonzalez Bravo, Luis DATE: 1/30/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/30/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), Spanish First Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, urging modification of the quarantine laws in the Canary Islands. Irving requested that the U.S. African Squadron be permitted to use the Canary Islands as a station for rest and supplies. Irving mentioned that Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1794-1858), commanding the "Macedonian," recently was forced to perform a quarantine of 8 days in Santa Cruz. Sent from Madrid. Pages 167-168.

1 85 Gonzalez Bravo, Luis DATE: 1/31/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 1/31/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), Spanish First Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, briefly acknowledging receipt of a note informing him of the death of Luisa Carlota. Sent from Madrid. Page 169.

1 86 Gonzalez Bravo, Luis DATE: 2/2/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/2/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo, acknowledging receipt of a note regarding the Spanish government's blockade of the port of Alicante in response to an insurrection there. Sent from Madrid. Page 169.

1 87 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 2/6/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 2/6/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with discussion of the death of Luisa Carlota and very lengthy of an insurrection and fighting in Alicante led by Pantaleon Bonet and the Spanish government's response to that insurrection. References to Francisco de Paula, Queen Isabella II, Francisco de Asis (Duke of Cadiz), Manuel Cortina, Salustiano Olozaga, Pascual Madoz, Joaquin Maria Lopez, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, an insurrection in Cartagena, an insurrection at Alcoy, Luis Gonzalez Bravo, Ramon Maria Narvaez, Louis Philippe, and quarantine regulations in the Canary Islands. Irving's postscript mentions the Spanish government's blockade of Alicante and Cartagena, the declaration of martial law, Bonet being wounded but escaping, the defeat of the Alicante insurgents, and Irving still being bothered by an ailment. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 169-174.

1 88 Upshur, Abel P. DATE: 3/2/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/2/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), U.S. Secretary of State (7/24/1843-2/28/1844), with ample discussion of the diplomatic controversy over Cuba, the recall of Pedro Alcantara Argaiz, and the case of Maximo de Aguirre (U.S. Consul at Bilbao, Spain). Irving relayed that the U.S. sought to maintain Spanish control over Cuba by force of arms if necessary. References to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs), Charles Jared Ingersoll's (1782-1862, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives) resolve to go to war with Britain over Cuba, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, General Geronimo Valdez, Joaquin de Frias, the case of the "Amistad," Aaron Vail, the commission of Samuel McLean, and news that Angel Calderon de la Barca had been reappointed as Spanish Minister to the United States. Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 174-178. Upshur had died on 2/28/1844 in a gun explosion on the U.S. battleship "Princeton." On the day Irving dated this letter, U.S. attorney general John Nelson (1794-1860) was Secretary of State ad interim, a position he held from 2/29/1844 to 3/31/1844.

1 89 Aguirre, Maximo de DATE: 3/3/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/3/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Maximo de Aguirre, U.S. Consul at Bilbao (Spain), discussing Aguirre's case. References to Luis Gonzalez Bravo and Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid. Pages 178-179.

1 90 Cullen, Joseph DATE: 3/4/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/4/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Joseph Cullen, U.S. Consul at Tenerife (Canary Islands) (1835-1846?), regarding quarantine regulations in the Canary Islands. References to Luis Gonzalez Bravo and a complaint by Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1794-1858) about those quarantine regulations. Sent from Madrid. Page 180.

1 91 Perry, Matthew C. DATE: 3/4/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/4/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1794-1858), Commander of the U.S. Navy's African Squadron, in reference to Perry's complaints about the quarantine regulations in the Canary Islands. Irving mentions being ill and reports that he expressed Perry's views on the quarantine issue to the Spanish government. Irving wishes Perry "pleasant and prosperous cruizings and all manner of prosperity." Sent from Madrid. Pages 180-181.

1 92 Aguirre, Maximo de DATE: 3/12/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 3/12/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to Maximo de Aguirre, U.S. Consul at Malaga (Spain), discussing Aguirre's case. Irving expresses his pleasure that money Felix Galiano Alcala (Marques de Piedras Attas) and Martin Zurbano forced Aguirre to pay will likely be refunded. References to Aaron Vail. Sent from Madrid to Malaga. Pages 181-182.

1 93 John C. Calhoun DATE: 4/2/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy) dated 4/2/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1846), to U.S. Secretary of State [John C. Calhoun (1782-1850), U.S. Secretary of State (4/1/1844-3/10/1845)], discussing at length the recall of Pedro Alcantara Argaiz, the recent diplomatic tension over the island of Cuba, the case of Maximo de Aguirre (U.S. Consul at Bilbao, Spain) vis-a-vis Generals Felix Galiano Alcala and Martin Zurbano, and Spanish politics. References to Maria Cristina De Borbon (Queen Mother), Luis Gonzalez Bravo, Joaquin Baldomero Hernandez Alvarez Espartero, Aaron Vail, the end of the insurrections in Alicante and Cartagena and the death of Pantaleon Bonet, and talk of Spain declaring war on Morocco to avenge the death of Victor Darmon (Spanish consular agent in Maragon). Sent from Madrid to Washington, D.C. Pages 182-186. Abel P. Upshur (1790-1844), served as Secretary of State from 7/24/1843 until his death on 2/28/1844. John C. Calhoun was appointed Secretary of State on 3/6/1844 and entered on duty on 4/1/1844. Irving addressed this letter to the "Secretary of State" because he seemingly had heard of Upshur's death but appeared not to know the name of his successor.

1 94 Gonzalez Bravo, Luis DATE: 4/8/1844 DESCRIPTION: 1 AL (copy, in Spanish) dated 4/8/1844 from Washington Irving (1783-1859), U.S. Minister to Spain (1842-1844), to Luis Gonzalez Bravo (1811-1871), Spanish First Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, apologizing for not being able to attend on account of poor health ceremonies related to the return of Maria Cristina DE Borbon (Queen Mother). Sent from Madrid. Page 187.


INDEX

INDEX TERM - DESCRIPTION (DATE) BOX FOLDER

ABOLITION SOCIETIES - U.S. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 31
ADRA - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 28
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 54
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 76
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 89
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 92
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF (1844) 1 88
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF (1844) 1 92
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF (1844) 1 93
AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 78
ALCALA, FELIX GALIANO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 92
ALCALA, FELIX GALIANO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
ALCOY - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING INSURRECTION (1844) 1 87
ALICANTE - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING INSURRECTION (1844) 1 87
ALICANTE - SPAIN - REFERENCE TO END OF INSURRECTION (1844) 1 93
ALICANTE - SPAIN - REFERENCE TO INSURRECTION & BLOCKADE (1844) 1 86
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 6
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 7
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 10
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 11
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 12
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 18
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 19
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 30
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 34
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 39
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 41
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 8
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 13
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 21
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 22
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 31
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 36
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
ALMODOVAR, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 38
"AMISTAD" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
"AMISTAD" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 18
"AMISTAD" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE TO CASE OF (1844) 1 88
ANGUERA, PABLO - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 27
ANGUERA, PABLO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 5
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 88
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 93
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 18
ARGAIZ, PEDRO ALCANTARA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
ARGUELLES, AGUSTIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
ARGUELLES, AGUSTIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ARGUELLES, AGUSTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
ASHBURTON, LORD - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ASIS, FRANCISCO DE (DUKE OF CADIZ) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ASIS, FRANCISCO DE (DUKE OF CADIZ) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
ASIS, FRANCISCO DE (DUKE OF CADIZ) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
ASTON, ARTHUR INGRAM (SIR) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
AYACUCHO FACTION - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
AYACUCHO FACTION - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
AZPIROZ, FRANCISCO JAVIER - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
AZPIROZ, FRANCISCO JAVIER - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF MADRID (1843) 1 55
BARCELONA - REFERENCE TO APPOINTMENT OF PON, PAUL AS U.S. CONSUL, 1843 1 27
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 15
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 16
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 19
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 21
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 22
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 24
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 66
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
BARCELONA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - REFERENCE (1843) 1 35
BARILLA TRADE - BETWEEN U.S. & CANARY ISLANDS - REFERENCE (1844) 1 83
BARING BROTHERS AND COMPANY - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
BARING BROTHERS AND COMPANY - REFERENCE (1844) 1 80
BARING, ALEXANDER - SEE: ASHBURTON, LORD 1 9
BONAPARTE, NAPOLEON - REFERENCE:AS UNCLE TO BONAPARTE, N.J.C.P. (1843) 1 37
BONAPARTE, NAPOLEON JOSEPH CHARLES PAUL - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 37
BONET, PANTALEON - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING INSURRECTION (1844) 1 87
BONET, PANTALEON - REFERENCE TO DEATH OF (1844) 1 93
BRADLEY, GURDON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
BRESSON, CHARLES-JOSEPH DE (COUNT) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
BULWER, WILLIAM HENRY LYTTON (SIR) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
BURTON, ALEXANDER - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 42
BURTON, ALEXANDER - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER JR. (1843) 1 69
BURTON, ALEXANDER - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF (1843) 1 41
BURTON, ALEXANDER - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
CABALLERO, FERMIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
CALATRAVA, JOSE MARIA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
CALATRAVA, JOSE MARIA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 13
CALATRAVA, JOSE MARIA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
CALATRAVA, JOSE MARIA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
CALDERON DE LA BARCA, ANGEL - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
CALDERON DE LA BARCA, ANGEL - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
CALHOUN, JAMES S. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 8
CALHOUN, JOHN C. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 93
CALLAGHAN, CHARLES - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 2
CAMACHO, MIGUEL ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
CAMPBELL, ROBERT B. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
CAMPBELL, ROBERT B. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 31
CAMPBELL, ROBERT B. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
CANARY ISLANDS - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT QUARANTINE REGULATIONS IN (1844) 1 83
CANARY ISLANDS - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT QUARANTINE REGULATIONS IN (1844) 1 84
CANARY ISLANDS - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT QUARANTINE REGULATIONS IN (1844) 1 90
CANARY ISLANDS - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT QUARANTINE REGULATIONS IN (1844) 1 91
CANARY ISLANDS - REFERENCE TO QUARANTINE REGULATIONS (1844) 1 87
CAPAZ, DIONISIO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 12
CARLOS, DON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
CARLOTA, LUISA (PRINCESS) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
CARLOTA, LUISA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING DEATH OF (1844) 1 87
CARLOTA, LUISA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
CARLOTA, LUISA - REFERENCE TO DEATH OF (1844) 1 85
CARTAGENA - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING INSURRECTION (1844) 1 87
CARTAGENA - SPAIN - REFERENCE TO END OF INSURRECTION (1844) 1 93
CASTANOS, FRANCISCO JAVIER - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
CHARLES II (KING OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 77
CODFISH TRADE - U.S. & SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 33
CONCHA, MANUEL DE LA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
CONCHA, MANUEL DE LA - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
COOKE, JOHN R. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
COOKE, JOHN R. - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
CORTES - SPANISH PARLIAMENT - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 9
CORTES - SPANISH PARLIAMENT - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING POLITICS (1843) 1 37
CORTES - SPANISH PARLIAMENT - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT NEW SESSION (1843) 1 65
CORTES - SPANISH PARLIAMENT - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT NEW SESSION (1843) 1 66
CORTES - SPANISH PARLIAMENT - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 82
CORTINA, MANUEL - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 66
CORTINA, MANUEL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
CORTINA, MANUEL - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 13
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 21
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
"COTTON QUESTION" - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
CROXALL, D. C. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 48
CUBA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF STRAW, LOVE (1842) 1 7
CUBA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING DIPLOMATIC CONTROVERSY (1844) 1 88
CUBA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING DIPLOMATIC DISPUTES (1844) 1 93
CUBA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING RUMORED REBELLION VS. SPAIN (1843) 1 31
CUBA - ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH U.S. - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 10
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON, 1843 1 46
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON, 1843 1 48
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON, 1843 1 53
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - CORRESPONDENCE TO IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 62
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
CULLEN, JOSEPH - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 90
DAMON, JOHN W. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
DARMON, VICTOR - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
DECAZES, LOUIS CHARLES ELIE - SEE: GLUCKSBERG, DUKE OF 1 26
DERRICK, WILLIAM S. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 51
DESHON, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 53
DIEZ DE RIVERTA, ILDEFONSO - SEE: ALMODOVAR, COUNT 1 1
ELIZAICIN, MANUEL DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 36
ELIZAICIN, MANUEL DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 34
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 37
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 38
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 39
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 40
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 32
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 36
"EMPRESS" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 67
ENGLAND - TOBACCO TRADE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 23
ENNA, MANUEL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
ENRIQUE-BAYO, DON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 29
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 21
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 22
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 38
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 44
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - CORRESP. ABOUT (1843) 1 47
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - CORRESP. ABOUT (1843) 1 51
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 58
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - CORESP RE DEFEAT 1843 1 60
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 72
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1843) 1 75
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
ESPARTERO, JOAQUIN BALDOMERO HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
ESPOZ Y MINA, COUNTESS - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
EVERETT, ALEXANDER HILL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
EVERETT, EDWARD - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 77
EVERETT, EDWARD - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 81
FAIRFIELD, JOHN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 53
FERRER Y CAFRANGA, JOAQUIN MARIA DE - REFERENCE (1842) 1 7
FERRER Y CAFRANGA, JOAQUIN MARIA DE - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
FIGUEROA, IGNATIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 28
FRANCISCO DE PAULA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
FRANCISCO DE PAULA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
FRANCISCO DE PAULA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 44
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 56
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 57
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER,JR. (1843) 1 70
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 58
FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
FRONTI, GABRIEL - REFERENCE (1842) 1 3
FRONTI, GABRIEL - REFERENCE (1842) 1 4
GAGE, FRANKLIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
GAMINDE, ALEJO BENITO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 36
GAMINDE, ALEJO BENITO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
GAMINDE, ALEJO BENITO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 38
GAMINDE, ALEJO BENITO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 39
GAMINDE, ALEJO BENITO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 40
GLUCKSBERG, DUKE OF - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
GOMEZ BERCERRA, ALVARO - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 47
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 73
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 74
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 75
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 83
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 84
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 85
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 86
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 94
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 82
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - REFERENCE (1844) 1 89
GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
GONZALEZ, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 11
GONZALEZ, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
GREAT BRITAIN - REFERENCE TO RELATIONS W/ SPAIN (1843) 1 52
GUTIERREZ, JUAN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 65
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 66
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 67
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 68
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO BURTON, ALEXANDER (1843) 1 69
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE (1843) 1 70
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO, 1843 1 71
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 72
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 30
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 31
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 46
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 77
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, III - SEE: HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR
HARANG, LUIS ALEXANDER - REFERENCE (1842) 1 6
HARANG, MICHAEL DRAWSIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 6
HARANG, MICHAEL DRAWSIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 8
HARANG, MICHAEL DRAWSIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
HARMONY, F. X. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
HARMONY, P., & COMPANY - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
HARTMAN, JOHN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
HAVANA - CUBA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CASE OF STRAW, LOVE (1842) 1 7
"HERALDO" (SPANISH NEWSPAPER) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
HOGAN, WILLIAM - REFERENCE (1843) 1 78
HOYOS, ISIDORO DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
ILLESCA Y TORRALVA, JOSE - REFERENCE (1842) 1 14
INGERSOLL, CHARLES JARED - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
IRIARTE, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS, 1843 1 62
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ILLNESS (1843) 1 37
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 6
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 7
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 10
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 11
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 12
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 18
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1842) 1 19
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ANGUERA, PABLO (1843) 1 27
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1843) 1 30
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1843) 1 34
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1843) 1 39
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO ALMODOVAR, COUNT (1843) 1 41
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE (1843) 1 54
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE (1843) 1 76
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE (1844) 1 89
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO AGUIRRE, MAXIMO DE (1844) 1 92
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO BURTON, ALEXANDER (1843) 1 42
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CALLAGHAN, CHARLES (1842) 1 2
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS (1843) 1 46
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS (1843) 1 48
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CUETOS, OLEGARIO DE LOS (1843) 1 53
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CULLEN, JOSEPH (1844) 1 90
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO CALHOUN, JOHN C. (1844) 1 93
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO DERRICK, WILLIAM S. (1843) 1 51
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO EVERETT, EDWARD (1843) 1 77
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO EVERETT, EDWARD (1844) 1 81
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE (1843) 1 44
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE (1843) 1 57
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO FRIAS, JOAQUIN DE (1843) 1 56
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1843) 1 73
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1843) 1 74
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1844) 1 83
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1844) 1 84
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1844) 1 85
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1844) 1 86
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO GONZALEZ BRAVO, LUIS (1844) 1 94
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO JOHN PETERS & CO. (1842) 1 3
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 52
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 55
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 58
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 51
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 43
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON (1843) 1 47
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO MCCLOUD, ELIZA (1843) 1 29
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO MACCULLOCH, ARTHUR (1843) 1 45
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO MILLER, JOHN (1844) 1 80
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO NELSON, JOHN (1844) 1 88
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO PON, PAUL (1843) 1 35
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO PLEASONTON, STEPHEN (1843) 1 49
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO PON, PAUL (1843) 1 59
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO PERRY, MATTHEW C. (1844) 1 91
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO RICH, OBADIAH (1842) 1 4
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1842) 1 14
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1842) 1 20
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 25
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 28
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 32
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 33
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 36
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1843) 1 40
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO RICH, OBADIAH (1843) 1 50
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO READ, GEORGE (1844) 1 79
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO SPANISH GOVT (1843) 1 61
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE (1843) 1 51
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 58
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 52
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 55
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 60
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 63
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 64
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 75
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1843) 1 78
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1844) 1 82
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1844) 1 87
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO UPSHUR, ABEL P. (1844) 1 88
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 1
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 5
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 8
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 9
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 13
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 15
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 16
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 17
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 21
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 22
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1842) 1 23
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 24
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 26
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 31
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 37
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 38
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 43
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 47
IRVING, WASHINGTON - CORRESPONDENCE TO WEBSTER, DANIEL (1843) 1 51
IRVING, WASHINGTON - LETTERBOOK (1842-1844) 1 1
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO HIS ILLNESS (1843) 1 47
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO HIS ILLNESS (1843) 1 64
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO HIS ILLNESS (1843) 1 65
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO HIS ILLNESS (1844) 1 87
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO HIS LEAVE IN FRANCE (1843) 1 64
IRVING, WASHINGTON - REFERENCE TO LEAVE IN FRANCE (1843) 1 65
"ISAAC FRANKLIN" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 83
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT MARRIAGE (1843) 1 37
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT PROSPECTS (1843) 1 63
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT MARRIAGE (1843) 1 63
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 66
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 70
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 72
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 75
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 82
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 58
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 59
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCES (1844) 1 61
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 62
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 65
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 71
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 74
ISABELLA II (QUEEN OF SPAIN) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
JOHN PETERS & CO. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 3
JOHNSON, JOHN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 14
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM - REFERENCE (1843) 1 28
LA GRANJA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
LEFEVRE, MR. (RESIDENT OF MADRID) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
LEFEVRE, MR. (RESIDENT OF MADRID) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 35
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 52
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 55
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 58
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 51
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 43
LEGARE, HUGH SWINTON - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 47
LEON - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 66
LESSEPS, FERDINAND DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
LESSEPS, FERDINAND DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 47
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 58
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 72
LOPEZ, JOAQUIN MARIA - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
LOUIS PHILIPPE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
LOUIS PHILIPPE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
LOUIS PHILIPPE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
LOUIS PHILIPPE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
LOUIS PHILIPPE - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
MACCULLOCH, ARTHUR - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 45
"MACEDONIAN" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 84
MADOZ, PASCUAL - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
MADRID - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT SIEGE & FALL OF (1843) 1 55
MADRID - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT SIEGE & FALL OF (1843) 1 58
MADRID - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING FALL OF (1843) 1 60
MADRID - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ATTACKS AGAINST (1843) 1 61
MADRID - SPAIN - U.S. LEGATION - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS - REFERENCE (1843) 1 78
MALAGA - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CODFISH TRADE (1843) 1 33
MALAGA - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING "EMPRESS" CASE (1843) 1 34
MALAGA - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING TRADE WITH U.S. (1843) 1 38
MALAGA - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE: TOBACCO TRADE W/ U.S. (1842) 1 21
MALAGA - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 14
MALAGA - SPAIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 25
MANILLA - PHILIPPINES - CORRESPONDENCE: TOBACCO CULTIVATION (1842) 1 21
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON (MOTHER OF ISABELLA II) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 75
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 94
MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA, FRANCISCO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
MCCLOUD, ELIZA - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 29
MCCLOUD, ELIZA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
MCCREADY, FITZHENRY - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
MCLEAN, SAMUEL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
MCLEAN, SAMUEL - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
MENDIZABAL, JUAN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
MENDIZABAL, JUAN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
MERINO, JOHN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 29
"MEXICANA" (SPANISH SCHOONER) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 77
"MEXICANA" (SPANISH SCHOONER) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 81
MILLER, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 80
MINA, MADAME - SEE: COUNTESS ESPOZ Y MINA (1842) 1 1
"MISSOURI" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE TO LOSS OF (1843) 1 64
MONJUICH - FORTRESS IN BARCELONA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
MONJUICH - FORTRESS IN BARCELONA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
MONJUICH - FORTRESS IN BARCELONA - REFERENCE (1842) 1 21
MONTEMOLIN, CARLOS (COUNT DE) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
MOROCCO - REFERENCE TO RUMORED WAR WITH SPAIN (1844) 1 93
MORSE, ORLANDO S. - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 11
MORSE, ORLANDO S. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 13
MORSE, ORLANDO S. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 23
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - CORRESPONDENCE:ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT 1843 1 66
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 64
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 75
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA - REFERENCE TO SIEGE OF MADRID (1843) 1 55
NELSON, JOHN - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 88
NOOTKA ISLAND - REFERENCE TO CONTROVERSY BETWEEN SPAIN & BRITAIN, 1843 1 77
NOOTKA ISLAND - REFERENCE TO CONTROVERSY BETWEEN SPAIN & BRITAIN, 1844 1 81
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER,JR. 1843 1 71
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 66
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING DISMISSAL (1843) 1 75
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 82
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 43
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 72
OLOZAGA, SALUSTIANO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
PARSENT, COUNT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
PAULA, FRANCISCO DE - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
PAULA, FRANCISCO DE - REFERENCE (1844) 1 87
PERRY, MATTHEW C. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 91
PERRY, MATTHEW C. - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 84
PERRY, MATTHEW C. - REFERENCE TO COMPLAINT OF (1844) 1 90
PERRY, MATTHEW C. - REFERENCE TO COMPLAINT OF (1844) 1 91
PLEASONTON, STEPHEN - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 49
PON, PAUL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 35
PON, PAUL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 59
PON, PAUL - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING HIS APPOINTMENT AS CONSUL (1843) 1 27
PON, PAUL - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
PON, PAUL - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
PORT MAHON - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING PROBLEMS W/ MAIL (1843) 1 48
PORT MAHON - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING U.S. ACCESS TO NAVY YARD (1842) 1 12
PORT MAHON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H. - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
PRIM, JUAN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 51
PRIM, JUAN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 66
PUERTO RICO - ECONOMIC RELATIONS W/ U.S. - CORRESP. REGARDING (1842) 1 10
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. (1843) 1 67
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. (1843) 1 68
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 14
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 20
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 25
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 28
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 32
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 33
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 36
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 40
READ, GEORGE - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 79
READ, GEORGE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 34
READ, GEORGE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 38
RICH, OBADIAH - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 4
RICH, OBADIAH - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 50
RICH, OBADIAH - REFERENCE (1843) 1 48
RODNEY, THOMAS M. - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ROTHSCHILD, N. M. & SONS - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
SAN MIGUEL, EVARISTO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
SANCHO, VICENTE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
SARAGOSSA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 66
"SARAH ANN ALLEY" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1842) 1 7
"SARAH DEERING" (U.S. SHIP) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 83
SEOANE, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
SEOANE, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
SEOANE, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 60
SERNA, PEDRO GOMEZ DE LA - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
SERRANO, FRANCISCO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 63
SERRANO, FRANCISCO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 82
SEVILLE - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING SIEGE OF (1843) 1 60
SMITH, ALBERT - REFERENCE (1843) 1 53
SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE FROM DIPLOMATIC CORPS TO GOVT (1843) 1 61
SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE FROM WASHINGTON IRVING (1842-1844) 1 1
SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING CODFISH TRADE WITH U.S. (1843) 1 33
SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ECONOMIC RELATIONS W/ U.S. (1843) 1 67
SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ECONOMIC RELATIONS W/ U.S. (1843) 1 68
SPAIN - DOMESTIC POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 5
SPAIN - ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH U.S. - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 10
SPAIN - ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH U.S. - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 83
SPAIN - ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH U.S. - REFERENCE (1844) 1 79
SPAIN - GOVERNMENT - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 61
SPAIN - INSURRECTIONS OF 1843 - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 51
SPAIN - INSURRECTIONS OF 1843 - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 55
SPAIN - INSURRECTIONS OF 1843 - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 58
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 9
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 15
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 22
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 24
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 65
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 66
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 72
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1843) 1 75
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 82
SPAIN - POLITICS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 93
SPAIN - PRESS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 9
SPAIN - TOBACCO TRADE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 23
SPANISH INDEMNITY CERTIFICATES - REFERENCE (1842) 1 3
SPANISH INDEMNITY CERTIFICATES - REFERENCE (1842) 1 3
STRAW, LOVE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING HIS CASE (1842) 1 7
STRAW, LOVE - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING PARDON OF (1843) 1 53
STRAW, LOVE - REFERENCE (1842) 1 8
STRAW, LOVE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
SUPREME COURT - U.S. - REPORTS - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
"SUTIL" (SPANISH SCHOONER) - REFERENCE (1843) 1 77
"SUTIL" (SPANISH SCHOONER) - REFERENCE (1844) 1 81
TENERIFE - CANARY ISLANDS - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1844) 1 90
THOMSON, POULETT - REFERENCE (1842) 1 10
TOBACCO TRADE - SPAIN - CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING (1842) 1 23
TOWNSEND, MOSES - REFERENCE (1843) 1 34
TUDOR, FREDERICK - REFERENCE (1843) 1 26
TYLER, JOHN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 7
TYLER, JOHN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 18
TYLER, JOHN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 64
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. (1843) 1 65
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. (1843) 1 66
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, JR. (1843) 1 72
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 51
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 52
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 58
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 55
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 60
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 63
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 64
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 75
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 78
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 82
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 87
UPSHUR, ABEL P. - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1844) 1 88
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 1
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 3
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 5
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 7
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 8
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1842) 1 11
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 33
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 42
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 48
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1843) 1 76
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 89
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 92
VAIL, AARON - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93
VALDES Y SIERRA, GERONIMO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 17
VALDES Y SIERRA, GERONIMO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 18
VALDEVIESLO, IGNACIO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 58
VALDEZ, GERONIMO - REFERENCE (1843) 1 31
VALDEZ, GERONIMO - REFERENCE (1844) 1 88
VALENCIA - SPAIN - INSURRECTION - CORRESPONDENCE ABOUT (1843) 1 51
VAN HALEN, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
VAN HALEN, ANTONIO - REFERENCE (1842) 1 16
VEGA, JUANA MARIA - SEE: COUNTESS ESPOZ Y MINA (1842) 1 1
VERGARA - CONVENTION OF - REFERENCE (1843) 1 47
VIAR, JUANA DE - REFERENCE (1843) 1 37
VIGO, SANTIAGO MENDEZ - REFERENCE (1842) 1 11
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 1
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 5
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 8
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 9
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 13
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 15
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 16
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 17
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 21
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 22
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1842) 1 23
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 24
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 26
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 31
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 37
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 38
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 43
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 47
WEBSTER, DANIEL - CORRESPONDENCE FROM IRVING, WASHINGTON (1843) 1 51
WEBSTER, DANIEL - REFERENCE (1842) 1 18
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 5
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 9
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1842) 1 15
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 24
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 52
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 55
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1843) 1 76
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1844) 1 92
ZURBANO, MARTIN - REFERENCE (1844) 1 93


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