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1월 31일자 Burlingame 보고에 대한 회신

 
  • 발신자W. H. Seward
  • 수신자A. Burlingame
  • 발송일1867년 5월 6일(음)
  • 출전NA II, M77 R38
Sir :
 Your dispatch of the 31st of January No. 127프랑스의 2차 조선 침공 가능성 및 각국 동태 보고 has been received. In that communication you state that in the spring or early summer the French will probably make a demonstration against Corea, which will result in a treaty and the opening of the country to commerce. In connection with that statement you observe that Sir Rutherford Alcock, the British Minister, informs you that he shall probably be required to represent his country, on the occasion of the proposed expedition, together with a British Admiral, to look after British interests, and that Mr. Vlangaly, the Russian Minister, agrees with you that it will be desirable that the United States and Russia be represented on that occasion by their representatives at Peking.
 Upon these grounds you ask that Admiral Bell may be instructed to be present on the occasion anticipated, and you also ask instructions for yourself to attend, and you propose that the hospitalities of a vessel in Admiral Bell’s squadron be tendered on the same occasion to the Russian Minister.
 Finally you ask that duplicate instructions on these points may be sent by telegraph.
 We have reason to believe that the French government is not intending to make such a demonstration against Corea, at least in the next spring or summer, as you have supposed. On the contrary, we have grounds for supposing that the Emperor’s government understands that the chastisement which was inflicted by a French expedition upon the Coreans last autumn will suffice at least for the present as a vindication for the wrongs which France has hitherto sustained in Corea. At the same time, we are satisfied that France, as well as the other Western Powers, would cordially agree with the United States in desiring that the Corean peninsula should be open to social and commercial intercourse with all nations.
 Under these impressions the special instructions and powers which you have requested for your own participation in the conjectured proceeding of the French government are withheld.
 I am, Sir, your obedient servant,

William H. Seward

 
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Rutherford Alcock , Vlangaly , Bell , Bell’s
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Corea , the United States , Russia , Corea , France , Corea , France , the United States
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the French government , the French government

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