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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 1 1 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., chapter 12.92 (search)
). The United States was represented by William M. Evarts, Caleb Cushing, and Morrison B. Waite. Claims were made by the United States for indirect and national losses, as well as for the actual private losses represented by nearly twenty millions on ships and cargoes. The Tribunal decided that England was in no way responsible for the $1,781,915.43 of losses inflicted by the Tallahassee, Georgia, Chickamauga, Nashville, Retribution, Jeff. Davis, Sallie, Boston, and Sumter; and on September 14th, 1872, it awarded $15,500,000 damages for actual losses of ships and cargoes and interest, on account of the Alabama, the Florida and her tenders, and. the Shenandoah after she left Melbourne.--editors. The number of the ship's company of the Kearsarge was 163. That of the Alabama, from the best information, was estimated at 150. The chain plating was made of one hundred and twenty fathoms of sheet-chains of one and seventenths inch iron, covering a space amidships of forty-nine and on
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
ional Convention of Straight-out Democrats in Louisville, Ky., repudiates the Baltimore nominees, and nominates Charles O'Conor, of New York, for President, and John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, for Vice-President (both decline)......Sept. 3-5, 1872 National Industrial Exposition opens at Louisville, Ky.......Sept. 3, 1872 Tribunal at Geneva, under article VII. of the treaty of Washington, May 8, 1871, awards to the United States $15,500,000 as indemnity from Great Britain......Sept. 14, 1872 Colored Liberal Republican National Convention at Louisville, Ky., delegates from twenty-three States; Greeley and Brown nominated......Sept. 25, 1872 William Henry Seward, born 1801, dies at Auburn, N. Y.......Oct. 10, 1872 Epizootic, affecting horses throughout the country, reaches the city of New York......Oct. 23, 1872 Emperor of Germany, arbitrator in the San Juan difficulty, awards the islands to the United States......Oct. 23, 1872 General election: Grant and Wilson