CORRESPONDENCE Between the Government of the Republic of Hawaii AND Her Britannic Majesty's Government IN RELATION TO THE CLAIMS OF CERTAIN BRITISH ... INSURRECTION OF 1895 IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

 
9781150985027: CORRESPONDENCE Between the Government of the Republic of Hawaii AND Her Britannic Majesty's Government IN RELATION TO THE CLAIMS OF CERTAIN BRITISH ... INSURRECTION OF 1895 IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 Excerpt: ...my life time without the written consent of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, or other officer having charge of said department, approved by the Marshal. Witness my hand this 25th day of February, 1895. (Signed). Arthur Mcdowall. Witness: E.'G. Hitchcock. J. K. Kanepuu. In the matter of the claim of A. McDowall. Affidavit of W. A. Kinney. Hawaiian Islands, Island of Oahu. ss' W. A. Kinney being duly sworn, deposes and says: Among the cases arising out of the insurrection last January, and turned over to me for investigation, as Judge Advocate, was that against A. McDowall, charged with conspiracy. Marshal Hitchcock communicated to me what he knew about McDowall, which is in substance what he has set forth in his affidavit herein, and which I have read. I considered that anyone who used such language and conducted himself as« Mr. McDowall seems to have done, needed further investigation. Certainly there was nothing to justify his release until all available evidence in regard to the conspiracy had been gone through with, as everything seemed to indicate that Mr. McDowall must have been privy to the uprising and planned to take a part therein. I fully explained in my affidavit in the case of W. F. Reynolds, the position occupied by the foreign prisoners detained in connection with that uprising, and the course pursued by the Government in the investigation of their cases. McDowalPs case stood in the same category as those of Thomas, George Lycurgus, F. W. Harrison, F. H. Redward, T. Rawlins and Carson Kenyon, to wit: I considered McDowalPs case one in which it was our duty to detain him, on the showing made by the Marshal, until all the available evidence in regard to the conspiracy and himself had been exhausted before coming to any final conclusion as t...

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