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After hearing the North Coast Company's state-
attitude of this Government.
trance to the port of Habana. Encloses copy of
view with the concessionaire Waddell.
consideration of the department's decision.
minister will be instructed to take up the subject
of reaching some common understanding.
to the British ambassador, of even date. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Knox Mar. 4 Cuban amnesty bill. Reports final form of the bill.
(telegram). Same to same (telegram).. do... Same subject. Corrects above report. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Beaupré Mar. 5 Same subject. Instruction to say to the President (telegram).
of Cuba that this Government hopes the bill will be
restricted to political offenses. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Bryan Mar.
6 Same subject. Reports execution of instruction of (telegram).
Mar. 5, but the President of Cuba is determined to
sign the bill.
offenses against international law and does not
ernment that this Government is firmly convinced
decide to veto the bill; reasons given.
bill with full knowledge of the department's ob
concern of this Government, which holds the
this Government to the bill; incloses copy. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Romero.. Mar. 12 Same subject. Replies to the minister's Mar. 10,
giving reasons for objection to the bill. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Beaupré Mar. 12 Same subject. Informs the American minister of (telegram).
the reply of the department to the Cuban minister. 210 Mr. Wilson to Mr. Beaupré. Mar. 13 Concession for construction of a bridge across the
entrance to the port of Habana. Acknowledges
delay of the Cuban Government continues. Re-
by the department.
returned the bill to Congress for amendment so as
to cover only political offenses.
passed it. It now comprises only political and
this Government were made during the debate. 653 Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Bryan....do.... Caiberién-Nuevitas railway project. Reviews his
conferences with the British minister and states
the points of difference of opinion between them. 654 Same to samo..
...do.... Proposed arbitration of insurrectionary claims of
France, Germany, and Great Britain. Bills em-
scriptions. 655 Same to same.
Mar. 18 Same subject. Gives text of the House bill, now
before the Senate.
closes a letter from an attorney, A. W. Kent, ex-
tions any further. Mr. Beanpré to Mr. Bryan ....do. Same subject. Elaborates his telegram of Mar. 15. Same to same (telegram)... Mar. 20 Same subject. The Senate has rejected the House
transfer of the concession to an American corpora-
begin reclamation work.
reviving the decree of June 18, 1912, by which the
gestions of the department. 662 Same to same.
..do.... Caibarién-Nuevitas railway project. Submits his
opinion that the renewed contention of the British
with legal technicalities.
Congress to convene on Apr. 6.
France, Germany, and Great Britain. The Senate
ter's Mar. 18.
without acting on the Guantanamo matter. Will
tanamo treaty, by limitation, on June 27, 1913.
copy of the British minister's report (referred to by
of Mar. 22, and incloses copy of a letter to the con-
bill. Its provisions are given. Mr. Moore to Mr. Beaupré ...do.... Same subject. Inquires difference between the new (telegram).
bill and the one before the last Congress. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Bryan ...do.... Same subject. The bill differs from the old one only (telegram).
as stated in the minister's last telegram.
from Mr. Beaupré's Mar. 22, and from Mr. Bryce's
informed of the personnel of the special mission
appointed to attend the inaugural ceremonies. Mr. Moore to Mr. Beaupré May 15 Same subject. Instructs him that the legation staff (telegram).
is attached to the special mission. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Bryan ..do.... Same subject. Mr. Gibson will meet the special (telegram).
mission at Key West.
France, Germany, and Great Britain. Instructs to
pean citizens against Cuba.
the inauguration of President Menocal and Vice
reports the order of inaugural ceremonies; addresses by the special mission to the retiring and the incoming Presidents and their replies; grectings of the President of the United States and other
formalities. 140322-F R 1913—III
fro the British ambassador's lar. 31 and the
ment does not feel called on to discuss with Cuba. Mr. Moore to Mr. Daniels... May 27 Participation of a Cuban delegation in the dedication
of the National Maine Monument in New York
Cuban delegation, datcofits arrival, etc.
France, Germany, and Great Britain. The Senato
French, German, and British claims.
tion of the National Maine Monument in New
President Menocal's autograph letter of May 20 to
the President, announcing his inauguration.
France, Germany, and Great Britain. Instruc-
the department's attitude as expressed in its June
ernment's views in full at an early date.
dated.) Cuba's position on the subject
entrance to the port of Habana. Instructs that
editor, Soto, responsiblo for the hbelous articles,
the matter further.
June 16, he is instructed not to press the matter
further at present. 238 Same to same..
..do.... Participation of a Cuban delegation in the dedica
tion of the National Maine Monument in New York
Torriente's letter, with instruction to deliver it. Mr. Beaupré to Mr. Bryan June 23 Concession for construction of a bridge across the (telegram).
entrance to the port of Habana. The President of
of the law granting the concession.
President's autograph letter of June 18 acknowl-
mitted on June 3.
closes copy of “Cuba" printing retraction of its
of the National Maine Monument in New York
reports delivery of the inclosure.
France, Germany, and Great Britain. Reply to
the undated memorandum of the Cuban Minister. Mr. Sanguily to the Euro | Aug. 18 Same subject. A long note setting forth the position pean ministers.
of the Cuban Government. Mr. Gonzaley to Mr. Bryan | Nov. 19 Cuban amnesty bill. A compromise measure has (telegram).
been reported by a joint committee. Provisions
given. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Gonzales | Nov. 21 Same subject. Instruction to reiterate this Govern. (telegram).
ment's objections, as the bill appears to have the samo scope as the preceding one.
1913. 13 Mr. Gonzales to Mr. Bryan. Nov. 25 Same subject. Incloses text of pending bill, which
will probably not be enacted.
entrance to the port of Habana. Instructs him to
in the bridge plans. 25 | Same to same..
Dec. 8 Newspaper attack on the American Legation. Trans
mits correspondence with the American Legation
vetoed the bill. Same to same (telegram)... Dec. 20 Same subject. Gives the President's reasons for
his veto. 52 Same to same...
Dec. 22 Concession for construction of a bridge across the
entrance to the port of labana. In reply to the
1912. Mr. Russell to Mr. Knox Sept. 27 Financial affairs. The Dominican Government has (telegram).
applied to the National Bank of Santo Domingo
for a loan, subject to approval by the C'nited States. Mr. Oliver to Mr. Knox.... Dec. 11 Same subject. Informs him of report from the Dep
uty Roceiver General of Dominican customs of the
gress authorizing a loan ol$1,500,000.
and viers of the Dominican President as to the
limitations of approval by the l’nited States. Mr. Knox to Mr. Russell Dec. 18 Same subject. Instruction to inform the Dominican (telegram).
President of this Government's approvalin princi-
ognized. Instructs to send details of the contract. Mr. Russell to Mr. Knox ...do.... Same subject. The Dominican Government in(telegram).
quires whether or not the public works bonds
could be used as security.
of public works funds to the contemplated loan.
posod loan at the required rate of interest. The
gestions by the minister as to certain stipulations. Mr. Knox to Mr. Russell Dec. 31 Same subject. The Department hopes tocable soon (telegram).
a form of contract now in preparation.
1913. Gen. McIntyre to Mr.
Same subject. Approves form of contract between
the Dominican Republic and the National City
Bank of New York: text given.
by Gen. McIntyre. By transmitting it the
bishop Nouel, expresses himself as despondent
past tend to recur, as now seems likely.
Dominican President. Instructs the minister in
posal has been accepted on the same terms as trans-
stead of 964.
President to the statement made by the Depart
Domingo offers objections to the National City
and settled as soon as possible.
Incloses drast protocol proposing to Haiti con-
ciation of claims previously made.
Bank of Santo Domingo sets forth the objections
National City Bank of New York.
Informs him of the War Department's opinion
claim. The minister requests permission to act
a French citizen
Government finds no ground justifying it in inter-
both proposals seem within the legal requirements. Mr. Knox to Mr. Russell ...do.... Same subject. Instructions regarding details of in(telegram).
formation required by the Department. Mr. Russell to Mr. Knox | Feb. 13 Same subject. Transmits text of proposed contract (telegram).
clauses that do nst appear in the form sent by the
department. Mr. Knox to Mr. Russell Feb. 14 The American minister as an arbitrator of a French (telegram).
claim. The department permits him so to act, is
he is disposed to do so without compensation. Same to same (telegram)... Feb. 18 Financial affairs. Urges haste in approval of loan
sents to certain advances; informs him or reply of
Instruets to cable text of preamble.
ratified the contract with the National City Bank
of New York. Transmits text of preamble. Same to same (telegram)... Feb. 23 Same subject. The loan contract was signed Feb.
22 and awaits the minister's endorsement. Asks
for instructions. Same to same..
Feb. 24 Same subject. Samo purport as the preceding..
suggests an alteration in the contract. Refers to
approving the contract.
made in the loan notes. Instructs to proceed as
forms him of the War Department's opinion in
regard to the boundary line.
presentation of the President's message.
tion to the loan contract on Mar. 1. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Garrison. Mar. 10 Same subject. Informs the Secretary of War of the
conclusion of the loan contract and requests that the receiver general of Dominican customs be
notified. Mr. Curtis to Mr. Bryan Mar. 14 Political affairs. President Nouel will resign at an (telegram).
early date. Requests the presence of at least I gunboat.