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1913. 255 Mr. Moore to Mr. Chang..... Oct. 10 Political affairs. Ackno vledges his Oct. 6 and in
closes copy of the President's telegram of congrat
ulation to President Yuan. 1014 Mr. Williams to Mr. Bryan....do.... Same subject. Reports forinal call of the Minister
for Foreign Affairs to thank this Government for the
promptness of its recognition of the Republic. 1016 Same to same.
Oct. 11 Samne subject. Transmits announcement by the
Foreign Office of recognition of the Republic by
Norway and Switzerland.
President's message of congratulation.
dent Yuan and inclosos papers relating thereto. 1057 Same to same..
Oct. 21 Loan negotiations. Reports an interview with the
Minister of Finance on the financial straits of
ments of the various powers in China.
Oct. 24 Political affairs. Incloses note from the Minister of
the Navy expressing appreciation of exchange of
salutes of American with Chinese warships. Same to same (telegram).... Nov. 2 Same subject. Reports serious disorders in Hunan. 201 Samo to same.
Nov. 3 Claims of American citizens against China. In
closes a copy of his note to the Foreign Office pro
the Foreign Office answer waiving this rule.
Nationalist party and expelled all Nationalists
and the adoption of a constitution.
nates ConsulWilliams as the American delegate on
the claims commission.
ernment of The Netherlands of the instrument of
Chinese regard withdrawal ostroops as premature.
withdraw or reduce the American Expeditionary
Force in China.
Chinese Government desires to pas each claim 13
American claim immediately upon its approval.
American claim as soon as approved by the Depart.
ment. 51 Mr. Reinsch to Mr. Bryan Dec. 23 Political affairs. Transmits memorandum on the
1913. Mr. Du Bois to Mr. Knox... Feb. 5
Relations of the United States with Colombia. The
minister of Columbia requests the negotiation of
suggestions already submitted.
141 Same to same.
1913, 11 Mr. Betancourt to Mr. Feb. 28 Same subject. Requests resort to arbitration......
the Secretary of State, reviewing the relations be
tween the two countries. 5 Mr. Bryan to Mr. Betan. Apr. 15 Same subject. Reply to his No. 11. Can not at court.
present discuss the matter.
views of his Government regarding the Panama
tration before The Hague Tribunal.
3: this Government prefers to postpone considering
recent negotiations, arguments for arbitration, and Congress.
a statement of the attitude of the Colombian Gov.
ident, to offer to Colombia $20,000,000 in full settle-
bia and Panama.
of Sept. 29 and incloses copy of the reply by the
a settlement. Same to samo.
Oct. 22 Same subject. Same purport as next below... Same to same.
Oct. 23 Same subject. Incloses a draft treaty submitted to
him by the Colombian Government embodying the
note inclosed in Mr. Thomson's No. 10 of Oct. 8.
Oct. 25 Same subject. Incloses memoranda of the Foreign
Oflice in support of its draft treaty previously suh.
Minister's No. 14 of Oct. 23.
sure of business has prerented the President from
considering this question,
extended to Dec. 5. Your Nov. 29 has been
to receive answer before the 5thinstant.
foreign office Dec. 28).
certain whether the Government of Costa Rica will
request being made by Costa Rica.
absence of the minister for foreign atlairs consented
to the extradition. Same to same (telegram)... July 17 Same subject. Lawson arrested and will be deported
on the 18th. Same to same (telegram)...! July 19 Same subject. Larson was deported on the 18th... Same to same
..do.... Same subject. Upon the advice of the minister of
foreign aifairs, and with the consent of the Presi-
sence of an extradition treaty,
matter is highly appreciated. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Lang- July 31 Same subject. Approves the action of the minister.
entrince to the port of Habanı. By executive de-
includes a grant of land.
the Habana bridge concession.
been copied to the Secretary of War.
formation to renew the application for a concession
obtain postponement until the next Congress con
tion in Congress. Asks instructions.
project as it now understapds it.
Government that as the project is now framed the
strain on the Treasury.
and the Secretary of State of Cuba to his informal
note based on department's May 22.
objections to the concession approved by the Cuban
concession to the North Coast Co.
letter of May 31, to the effect that the North Coast
against The Cuban Central's vested interests.
claims to a concession made by the North Coast
Railway Co, and the Cuban Central Railway Co. 1529 Mr. Knox to Mr. Innes...... June 14 Same subject. Reply to Mr. Innes' May 31; quotes
thetelegram from Mr. Beauprédated June 9.
trance to the port of Habana. A letter from the
relating to the contention ofthe Cuban Central Ry.
action as the department may find just.
mitted by Mr. Bryce on Nov. 27.
submitted by Mr. Bryce and Lord Percey on Nov.
27 and Nov. 30.
mitted by the British Embassy on Nov. 27 and 30
Government in regard thereto.
Government in pursuance of the department's
instruction of Dec. 4.
Embassy's notes of Nov. 27, Nov. 30, and Dec. 2.
reply to his note in pursuance of department's in.
struction of Dec. 4.
entrance to the port of Habana. Acknowledges his
tion, particularly as to the land grant.
by the House of Representatives, with suinmury.
tions to the bill as passed.
tion of Jan. 6. 587 Same to same...
Jan. 10 Concession for construction of a bridge across the en
trance to the port of Habana. Refers to the lega-
fications in the bridge plans,
the Cuban Government that in view of amend-
project as a commercial enterprise.
No. 674 of Nov. 20, 1912, and No. 675 of Nov. 23,
minister of Jan. 11, 1913.
slight crror of description in the agreement with
Cuba for enlargement of the station.
trance to the port of Habanı. Acknowledges the
executed. Suggests that the land grant in the
reservation for quartering troops.
minister at Habana has been instructed to support
ment in support of this action.
tion in the agreement has been corrected; incloses
corrected copy. 605 Same to samo.
Jan. 23 Same subject. Reports probable success of opposi
tion in the Cuban Senate to ratification of the
entrance to the port of Habana. Quotes the reply
by this Government.
note saying that this Government's investigation
ing as desired by this Government.
tion of Jan. 28 and incloses a note that he has ad.
Swamp matter on the present case. 612 Same to same.
...do.... Proposed arbitration of insurrectionary claims of
France, Germany and Great Britain. The Presi.
for arbitration 620 Same to same.
Feb. 6 Concession for construction of a bridge across the
entrance to the port of Habana. Refers to his 610
newspaper Cuba" charges Mr. Beaupré and Mr. Gibson with blackmail and graft, in scurrilous and libelous articles in the issue o! Feb.5. The minister recommends that he be authorized to request Cuban Government to bring suit for criminal libel.
the same newspaper on Feb. 6. 619 Same to same...
...do.... Same subject. Incloses copies of the libelous articles
and reiterates his recommendation.
the same newspaper on Feb. 7, and other matters
Cuban Government immediate, active and ade-
entrnace to the port of Habana. Summarizes the
Cuban Government. 193 | Same to same..
....do....Caibarién-Nuevitas railway project. Informs him
of the British request of Jan. 20, and instructs him
the Cuban Government to the matter.
the American minister in pursuance of the British
Ambassador's letter of Jan 20.
fers to his dispatch 619 and gives detailed report
entrance to the port of Habana. Refers to depart-
ments. Discusses the Zapata matter. 108 Same to same..
Feb. 14 Same subject. Acknowledges the Legation's 620
and in reply refers to department's Feb. 13. 028 Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Knox.. Feb. 17 Caiburion-Nuevitas railway project. Gives a ré
sumé oft be whole matter of the Czibarién-Nuevitas
concession. Mr. Knox to Mr. Beaupré Feb. 18 Same subject. Instructs the minister to suspend (telegram).
action till further instructed, in view of a request
for a hearing made by the North Coast Company. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Knox ...do.... Newspaper attack on the American Legation. Re(telegram).
ports delay of Cuban Government in instituting
bolder in the belief they have nothing to fear from
rected by the department to the Cuban Legation,
the libelous newspaper.
partment's Feb. 8 and reports that in view of the
8, and of its subsequent decision to postpone action and hear the argument of the North Coast Company, which has caused the department to conclude that this Government can not give preference to either company as against the other.