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Fox Family Falmouth [England] Consular Papers
Bernath Mss 213  
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Box 1: 1-2

Diplomatic receipts to Robert Fox, n.d., Nov. 8, 1819

Box 1: 3

Acknowledgement regarding "the approbation of H.R.H. the Prince Regent," Nov. 9, 1819

Box 1: 4

Document appointing Alfred Fox as U.S. Deputy Consul, signed by Rob. W. Fox, with wax seal, Aug. 1821

Box 1: 5

Document appointing A. L. Fox to Ottoman Vice Consul at Falmouth, signed by A. Psichari, Ottoman Consul General, with wax seal, Apr. 5, 1855

Box 1: 6

Letter to Alfred Fox informing him of his appointment as Vice Consul, July 4, 1855

Box 1: 7

Two documents regarding the appointment of Howard Fox as Consul, signed by Frederick Seward, Assistant Secretary of State, Mar. 5, 1863

Box 1: 8

Printed document addressed to Alfred Fox instructing consuls to send "Reports of Sales [...] of such products or merchandise as are exported to the United States," signed by William Seward, June 4, 1862

Box 1: 9

Printed instructions to Alfred Fox regarding his bond and passport, signed by Frederick Seward, Mar. 11, 1863

Box 1: 10

Printed instructions regarding Britain's new rules for consuls, signed by Frederick Seward, Apr. 21, 1863

Box 1: 11

Printed receipt acknowledging receipt of Alfred Fox's official bond, signed by Acting Secretary of State W. Hunter, May 1, 1863

Box 1: 12

Letter to Howard Fox transmitting his certificate of appointment (certificate not included), signed Charles S. Wilson, Secretary of the U.S. Legation in London, May 23, 1863

Box 1: 13

Letter to Howard Fox transmitting his commission as consul (commission document not included), signed Charles S. Wilson, Secretary of the U.S. Legation in London, June 6, 1863

Box 1: 14

Letter to Howard Fox from John Cadwalader, Acting Secretary of State, praising his kindness to friends and family of victims of the S.S. Schiller shipwreck, July 6, 1875

Map Cabinet 20-5

Blank Register of Vessels document, n.d.

Box 1: 15

Letter from State Department to George Fox acknowledging his resignation as Vice Consul and noting the appointment of R. Barclay Fox to succeed him, June 6, 1900

Box 1: 16

Letter from American Embassy in London to R. Barclay Fox forwarding his certificate of appointment as Deputy Consul (certificate not included), May 3, 1901

Box 1: 17

Typed letter from State Department to Howard Fox informing him of his post's incorporation with others and his appointment to a modified position, June 22, 1905

Box 1: 18

Typed letter from American Consular Service in Plymouth to Howard Fox informing him of cable from U.S., "Fox appointed agent Falmouth. Take effect January first." Dec. 29, 1905

Box 1: 19

Typed letter to Howard Fox informing him of his office becoming a Consular Agency under the Consul at Plymouth and appointing him Consular Agent at Falmouth, Dec. 30, 1905