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explicit protest aguinst the measure recently
existing treaty. Reasons given.
that this Government is constitutionally unable
tions between the countries.
does not lessen the disappointment and grave
for discrimination on the subject of land tenure. Japanese Foreign Office to June 30 Same subject. Telegram lost at the Department of Japanese Embassy (tele
support of his notes of May 9 and June 4.
clusion that in the courts of the United States will
such protection. Same to same.
July 16 Sane subject. Aide mémoire in response to the
Embassy's aide mé noire of July 3 and accompany.
ing telegram of June 30.
received by the Embassy Aug. 23 from the Japa-
1911. Mr. Knox to Mr. Johnson.. June 27
President Barclay to Mr. Oct. 22
1912. Mr. Lyon to Mr. Knox..... Aug. 12
Donovan Trust Fund. Incloses communication
from the American Colonization Society asking
Liberian Government authorizing him to act as
ject and incloses copy of letter from Mr. Lyon,
ized to roceive the Donovan Fund.
sary in the settleinent or the fund.
culties with the German Government. Reports
occurrences and reestablishment of order.
disturbances in Monrovia.
ports on and measures taken by the Government
to suppress disturbances.
German gunboat has demanded that the Liberian
in his No. 53 of Oct. 12. Same to same (telegram).. Dec. 19 Claims of German merchants against Liberia. The
German Government is entitled to ask indem
nity for losses on account of uprisings of natires. Mr. Bundy to Mr. Knox Dec. 23 Same subject. Reports that he has taken up the (telegram).
subject of Department's Dec. 19.
culties with the German Government. Situation
accused of having assaulted a German officer.
quested to refrain issuing ultimatum until
officer is investigated.
1913. Mr. Bundy to Mr. Knox | Jan. 5 Saino subject. German Government demands im(telegram).
mediate dismissal of the accusad Liberian officer.
Raquests instruction. Mr. Knox to Mr. Bundy | Jan. 7 Sarno subject. If the incident can be closed by the (telegram).
dismissal of the Liberian officer, advises that that
course be taken.
only dismissal of the accused officer but apology
obtain modification of Germany's demands on
violate the Constitution of Liberia.
d'Affaires has proposed an international commis-
culties with the German Government. The Ger-
siders incident closed.
shall support a commission of three or five com
missioners. Mr. Knox to Mr. Bundy | Jan. 18 Same subject. Department favors commission of (telegram).
indemnity be paid within one year. Liberian
Government to obtain easier terms.
Government to accept the terms otiered by the
upon prompt settlement of the claims. There is
can on the claims commission.
Liberian terms of settlement, 84 Hr. Bundy to Mr. Knox... Feb. 14 Same subject. Incloses copy of the terms of settle
ment proposed by the Liberian Government;
German contentions and intentions discussed. Mr. Knox to Mr. Bundy Feb. 19 Same subject. The German Government feels that (telegram).
tho Liberian Government is intriguing to delay
aside for the settlement.
the third commissioner is promptly settled the German Government may accept a counter proposal from Liberian Government for settlement of the claims. Urges that the Liberian Government come to a prompt and amicable agreement as u third commissioner.
of Customs for objecting to the Gerinun proposal
tude as shown in his No. 84.
coinploted and is examining the claims presented.
Gives names of commissioners.
Sane subject. Transmits a transcript of the minutes
of the claims commission containing list of swarus. Same to same...
May 15 Uprisings of natives on Sierra Leone frontier, Re
ports on measures taken by Liberian Government
June 6 Claims of German merchants. The merchants who
presented their claims to the commission for a lju-
They may refuse to accept the
• Awards. Same to seme..
July 7 Uprisings of natives on Sierra Leone frontier. Re
ports further on uprisings. Same to samo.
Same subject. Reports further disorders among the
settled by the payment of $65,511.11 to the Libe
rian Consul General.
Department hopes that the Liberian Govern-
order among the native tribes.
is to be resumed and asks that renewal or permit
be obtained from the Mexican Government. 551 Mr. H. Wilson to Mr. H. L. Sept. 19 Same subject. Instructs to request that the MexiWilson.
ean Govorn ment issue appropriate orders to its
officials so that the work may be resumed.
to prevent the Pearson firm from establishing in-
maintain the status quo.
Mexican Foreign Office stating that application for
ment's Oct. 6, 1911.
asks in what respect the occupancy of a lot in the
Nov. 24 Colorado River. Reports that the Minister of Fo-
mento has issued orders to permit resumption of
bassy's Oct. 12 and Department's Oct. 18; in-
resentations as may appear appropriate.
making proper the Pearson firm's occupancy of
land in the Chamizal zone.
offices to prevent the eviction of certain occupants
of the Chamizalzone in violation of the status quo.
diting the arrival at an understanding between
possession the Mexicans evicted from the Chamizal zone in violation of the status quo.
From and to whom.
1911. Mr Keblinger to Mr. Knox Dec. 18 Same subject. Refers to his own telegram of Dec. 14; (telegram).
declares there were no forcible evictions and no
violation of the status quo. Jr. Knox to Mr. Keblinger Dec. 20 Same subject. Instruction to communicate to the (tegrain).
Mexican Commissioner, Puga, bis Dec. 14 and 18. 90 Nr. Knox to Mr. Crespo.... Dec. 22 Same subject. Refers to his Oct.3 and Dec. 15, and
Department's Oct. 18; explains at length the rela-
complained of violate no phase of the status quo.
to the Mexican Governinent to the end that a bill
the levee works.
ties on material used on the levee works will be inuo
duced into Congress when it reassembles.
partment's No. 90 of Dec. 22 explains satisfactorily
3 and Dec. 15.
opened with the Government of Mexico for the
the waters of the lower Colorado River.
10th inst., and requests further information. 1122 Mr. Crespo to Mr. Knox.... Mar. 9 Chamizal controversy. Refers to the Department's
Dec. 16, 1911, and gives his Government's reasons
scientifically the site of the river bed in 1864.
Dec. 11, 1911. The President of Mexico under-
included in the discussion.
the proposed Colorado River Commission.
with the Secretary of the Interior concerning nego-
take up the matter with the Government of Mexico. Same to same (telegram)... Mar. 26 Chainizal controversy. Refers to his No. 1309 of
Mar. 12; instructs to express to the President of
tions at Washington.
the Department understands to mean that thetwo
prompt resumption of negotiations.
Department's Mar. 26; incloses copy of the Mexican
Ambassador's note of Mar. 9. Mr. Wilson to Mr. Knox Apr. 1 Same subject. Refers to Department's Mar. 26, and (telegram).
reports that Mr. Calero will go to Washington with full instructions and immediately take up the Chamizal discussion.
Foreign Office, which suggests that the Interna-
that Mr. Calero, the new ambassador, holds the
ment of the Chamizal case.
concession has been requested of the Mexican Gov.
proves letting Colorado River question remain in
no requests for new concessions relating to the Im
perial canal system have been received. Mr. Knox to Mr. Calero.... June 6
Chamizal controversy. Refers to Mr. De la Cuera's
note of May 9, of which due note has been taken. June 14 Colorado River. Message of the President concern
ing further appropriations and works on the Colo
bases for a contention for setiement of the Chami-
Embassy on June 28.
Sept. 10 Colorado River. Incloses draft of a conrention pro
viding for the creation of a commission to study
municated to the Mexican Government and that
Government will give the subjoct eariy attention. 1780 Mr. Schuyler to Mr. Knox.. Nov. 20 Same subject. Incloses copy of note from the Foreign
Office transmitting the counter draft of the Gov-
tion of a Colorado River Commission.
Instruction to submit a comprehensive report of
pendol minutes directions corering these poinis. 1834 Mr. Schuyler to Mr. Knox.. Dec. 30 Révolutionary claims. Incloses note from Mexican
Foreign Office to the British Minister distinguish-
revolution of 1910 and subsequent ones.
The Department objecis to presenting claims en
policy of the Department, in which the Ambassa
dor believes he finds inconsistencies.
peais his adherences to the policy of treating
Incloses memoranda of two inierviews with Mr.