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the message of Provisional President Nouel to the
Congress, Feb. 27, 1913.
an early date in view of possible revolution upon
the resignation of the President.
minican President the message, quoted, from the
President, urging him not to resign.
message to the Dominican President. The Do-
American war ship.
President's communication, but ill health de
mands the Dominican President's resignation. Mr. Adee to Mr. Curtis ...do.... Same subject. The Algonquin will proceed to Do (telegram).
minican waters to establish radio communica
tion with the Wheeling.
munication with the Wheeling. The consu! at
commander of the Algonquin in case telegraph line
choses draft protocol addressed Mar. 23, 1913, to the
Same subject. General Bordas was chosen Domini
can President by the Senato at first reading, Apr. 5.
reading. Rejected by House.
and third readings.
dent Bordas to the President, announcing his in
him copies of a map recently published by order of
States Sept. 24, 1912.
to President Bordas acknowledging his autograph
has organized a separate government with himself
mander Long of the Des Moines to protect life and
property during Puerto Plata revolution.
ifesto declaring Puerto Plata severed from the
iutionists the profound displeasure of the United
Plata, having sailed before announcement of the
closure of that port. Instructionin regard thereto.
Same subject. Department's instruction to Mr.
Hathaway has been complied with.
de Cuba to deliver to Mr. Sullivan certain quoted
1913. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan Sept. 16 Same subject. Reports his measures whilo at Monte (telegram).
Cristi. Mr. Esteva to Mr. Bryan ...do.... Same subject. Reports engagements at Navarrete (telegram).
and Las Lagunas. Mr. Peynado to Mr. Bryan.. Sept. 18 Same subject. Notifies him of the closure of the
ports of Puerto Plata, Samaná, and Sánchez on
have conferred with the revolutionists and in-
ernor; an honest ballot and lree election.
involving the Seminole. Same to same..
.do. Saine subject. Same purport.
sents to parley with revolutionists on the bases re-
garding the blockade. (Same to same (telegram).....do.... Same subject. Requests authority to insist on open
ing of all ports on account of closure's effect on
ade should be preserved; reasons given. Objects
ties to revolutionists.
blockade of Puerto Plata, Sánchez, and Samaná,
and will assist in preservingit. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan Sept. 27 Same subject. Revolutionists accede to agreement (telegram).
amended to supplant Governor Céspedes. Mr. Osborne to Mr. Sullivan Sept. 30 Same subject. The dopartment suggests a written (telegram).
agreement with the revolutionists, witnessed by
representative of this Government.
ing parties of the basis suggested for an agreement.
regarded as a treaty.
strued as a treaty. Further instructions, AP
provalof course taken by the minister. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan Oct. 6 Same subject. The revolutionists yield, and will (telegram).
rely on the American promise to insist on free
elections. Gives further details. Mr. Moore to Mr. Sullivan Oct. 8 Same subject. The department assumes immediate (telegram).
delivery of arms by the revolutionists. Requests
full statement of terms of agreement.
agreement negotiated by their fully empowered
tion to take the most drastic measures,
stitutional methods and to let the revolutionists
power against them.
of Samana and Sánchez has been ended. Mr. Hathaway to Mr. Bryan Oct. 16 Same subject. The revolutionists have accepted (telegram).
and signed the peace agreement. Mr. Peynado to Mr. Bryan. Oct. 25 Same subject. The blockade and closure of the port
of l'uerto Plata has been ended. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan | Nov. 13 Same subject. The situation has become tense be(telegram).
cause of the approaching elections. Suggests re
tention of the vessels. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Sullivan Nov. 21 Same subject. Instruction to cable his views as to (telegram).
method of procedure in regard to the elections. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan | Nov. 22 Same subject. Gives his suggestions as to method of (telegram).
procedure of this Government in regard to the
elections. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Sullivan Nov. 24 Same subject. Instruction to submit to the Do(telegram).
7 p. m. minican Govern inent the departinent's sugges
tions in relation to conduct of elections; text given. Sa me to sa me (telegram)... Nov. 24, Same subject. The Nashville will return to Domini
8 p. in
can waters about Dec. 10, in time for elections. Same to samo (telegram)... Nov. 28 Same subject. Inquires the Minister's views in re
gard to certain details of this Government's plan for observing the elections,
interfering observation of elections is approved.
noon. arrested certain leaders of the opposition. The
Minister urges immediate sending of additional
vessel. Same to same (telegram)... Dec. 2, Same subject. Reports armed conflict between the
10 p. m. authorities and the opposition. Recommends
waming that the revenues will be shut off if
coercive measures are used to carry the election. Fame to sa me (telegram)... Dec. 3 Same subject. Department's Dec. 2, has had a good
effect. Requests about 30 agents to observe the
elections in the several precincts. Same to sa me (telegram)... Dec. Same subject. Reports an orderly opposition mass
meeting without Government interference, Mr. Bryan to Mr. Sullivan ...do.... Same subject. Further instructions in regard to (telegram).
method of procedure in observing the elections. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan Dec. 5 Same subject. Reports decision of the Dominican (telegram).
Government arrived at after a cabinet meeting;
not officially recognize the American observers. Mr. Bryan to Messrs. Gib- Dec. 6 Same subject. Instruction to proceed to Santo son, Sterling and Stabler.
Domingo and place themselves under the direction
of the minister. Mr. Peynado to Mr. Bryan....do.... Same subject. Informs the department of his
Government's objection to the presence of Ameri
tempt to create popular hostility to the American
Tish certain of the department's telegrams.
Bordas of the unofficial character of the observers
and adeis further reasons for resenting the atti
tude of this Government. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Peynado. Dec. 9 Same subject. Reply to the foregoing.. Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan ...do.... Same subject The Dominican Government raises (telegram).
no objetion to the presence of the American ob.
servers though not in favor of it. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Sullivan Dec. 10 Same subject. Instructs him to take charge of the (telegram).
department's representatives who will observe
the ele'tions, Mr. Sullivan to Mr. Bryan Dec. 13 Same subject. The agents have departed for their (telegram).
posts: the three delegates of the department
willremain at Santo Domingo.
and the delegates, were courteously received by
resulted at Santo Domingo in friction and re-
dicate orderly elections.
ment's arrest at Santo Domingo of opposition
and secure full popular expression at the polls. Mr. Bryan to Mr. Sullivan Dec. 18 Same subject. Instruction to urge Dominican (telegram).
Government to avoid criticism by calling spec.
ial elections in all disaffected precincts.
request, President Bordas willcalla special session
the Dominican financial situation.
to-day. Messrs. Gibson, Sterling and Dec. 20 Same subject. Report of their action as observers of Stabler to Mr. Bryan.
the elections, and of Dominican conditions.
1912. Mr. Wilson to Mr. Janes.... Dec. 14 Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co. claims arbitration pro
ceedings. In loses appointment as arbitrator
and other papers. Mr. Bingham to Mr. Knox ...do.... Same subject. The departure of Mr. Janes has (telegram).
been requested by Ecuador, pending transmis
sion of a note from the foreign office. Mr. Knox to Mr. Bingham Dec. 16 Same subject. Instruction to explain to the Govern(telegram).
ment that it is too late to defer departure of Mr.
ister for foreign affairs and incloses the note from
14, No. 118 of Dec. 12.
1913. 174 Same to same..
Sanitation of Guayaquil. Reports that Col.
Gorgas and other members of the American Sani
tary Commission sailed for Panama Dec. 24, 1912. President Taft to President Jan. 10 Recognition of President Plaza, Response to PresiPlaza.
dent Plaza's announcement of his assumption of
the presidency: 175 Mr. Bingham to Mr. Knox. Jan. 16 Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co., claims arbitration pro
ceedings. Reports arrival of Mr. Janes. 62 Mr. Knox to Mr. Bingham. Jan. 21 Same subject Acknowledges his 170. 187 Mr. Bingham to Mr. Knox. Feb. 19 Same subject. Incloses notes 202 and 212 from the
Foreign Office, and the Legation's 150, touching de
tails of arrangements for a mee ing of the arbitrators. 189 Same to same..
Feb. 22 Same subject. Incloses his No. 151 to the Foreign
Office concerning the scope of the powers of the
arbitrators. 193 Same to same..
Feb. 28 Same subjeet. Incloses Foreign Office noto No. 230,
in answer to Legation's 151; it assumes that the
No. 118 of Dec. 12.
Col. W. C. Gorgas in regard to sanitary condi
tions in Guayaquil. Mr. Janes to Mr. Bryan.... Mar. 5 Guayaquil & Quito Ry, Co. claims arbitration pro
ceedings. Refers to department's No. 62 of Jan.
21, and reports upon the arbitration situation.
structions given the new Ecuadorean Minister to
ble request for the recall of Mr. Janes.
matters. Ecuador evidently intends to make the
courts. Same to same..
Mar. 11 Same subject. Incloses a letter from Mr. Janes re
porting a request by a local judge that the Arbitra-
the Foreign Office. 197 Same to same..
Mar. 17 Same subject. Incloses note No. 249 from the For.
eign Office and Legation's reply, No. 159, relating to
local courts over the Arbitral Tribunal. 200 Same to same..
Apr. 3 Same subject. Incloses correspondence between the
American Arbitrator, the local judge and the Min-
character of the Arbitral Tribunal.
Col. Gorgas to the President of Ecuador relating to
1913. 202 Mr. Bingham to Mr. Bryan. Apr. 8 Guayaquil & Quito Ry. Co., claims arbitration pro
ceedings. Incloses further correspondence, as in
his No. 200 of Apr. 3.
Arbitration matters have come to a standstill;
minister hears that the ministr of Ecuador has
Janes. 315 Mr. Wither to Mr. Bryan.. May
8 Same subject. Acceptance by Ecuador of Judge A.
L. Miller as American arbitrator vice Mr. Janes, Mr. Schuyler to Mr. Bryan May 24 Sanitation of Guayaquil. Urges string representa: (telegram).
tions to the Government of Ecuador in behall of
tat on loan and contract.
secure opportunity for Americans to obtain the
ceedings. It is clear y understood by the Govern-
sidered by Ecuador as final.
opportunity to secure contract. MacArthur
States on question as to bonds still unsettled.
July 19 Same subject. Incloses a letter from the Guayaquil
committee, showing discrimination against Amer-
closes a note of July 5 from the British Embassy
addressing Ecuador. 85 Mr. Moore to Sir Cecil ...do.... Same subject. Acknowledges his July 5 and inSpring Rice.
forms him of its transmittal to thc American
Bros. immediately send a representative with full
Arthur þid is the best, it is not being considered,
as the firm is American.
ceedings. The Government of Ecuador considers
Córdova's note of Aug. 8; instructs him to inform
the foreign office thereof. 19 Mr. Schuyler to Mr. Bryan....do.... Message of the President. Transmitscopy of Presi
dent Plaza's message to the Ecuadorean Congress.
the minister as reported in his July 19. Instruc-
concerning specifications and other matters.
eign office, replying to his protest, says nothing will be done until return from Europe of the Government's special commissioner.