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Peace Overtures of the Central Powers and Reply—Continued.
Suggestions Concerning the War Made by President Wilson December 18, 1916, and Replies of Belligerents and Neutrals.
Instructs him to present im-
Instructs him to present im-
States he is instructed by
Quotes German reply to
Quotes Turkish reply to
Suggestions Made by President Wilson, and Replies—Continued.
1916. Dec. 26
Quotes Austro-Hungarian re ply to American note to belligerents of Dec. 18, 1916.
Transmits note from the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Panama replying to President Wilson's note of Dec. 18, 1916.
Text of Note of Swiss Federal Council, addressed to all belligerents support ing President Wilson's peace suggestions.
Quotes text of Swedish Government's note addressed to belligerent nations expressing sympathy with President Wilson's peace suggestions.
Text of note delivered by
'His Swedish Majesty's Government to the Governments of belligerent nations commending President Wilson's peace suggestions.
Incloses copy of Spanish note in reply to the circular note of the President to belligerent and neutral powers, suggesting that all nations now at war should declare their respective views upon what terms present war might be ended.
Quotes Bulgarian reply to American note to belligerents of Dec.. 18, 1916
Quotes note of Jan. 6, from Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs replying to President Wilson's peace suggestions.
Quotes Chinese reply to American note to belliggerents of Dec. 18, 1916.
Quotes Belgian reply to American note to belliggerents of Dec. 18, 1916.
Allied Government's reply to American note to belligerents of Dec. 18, 1916.
Reports receipt of a communication from Uruguayan Minister for Foreign Affairs expressing sympathy with all questions that will tend to terminate present war.
British supplemental reply to peace suggestions of President Wilson.
Transmits Greece's reply to the President's suggestions of Dec. 18, 1916.
Submits translation of Honduran Government's reply to President Wilson's note of Dec. 18, 1916.
Transmits at request of Persian Minister for Foreign Affairs the more important portion of the reply to the peace suggestions of President Wilson.
Incloses copy of Peruvian Government's reply to President Wilson's note of Dec. 18, 1916.
Proposals of the De Facto Government of Mexico for Terminating
the European War.
Severance of Diplomatic Relations between the United States and
Instructs him to deliver a copy of following address of President Wilson to Congress on Feb. 3, 1917, to the Foreign Minister and distribute it to the press.
Transmits German Propos als relating to the Treaty of 1799.
American refusal to discuss submarine warfare against neutrals unless and until German Government renews its assurances of May 4, 1916.
In view of Germany's announcement of Jan. 31, the Government of the United States has determined to place an armed guard upon all American merchant vessels sailing through the barred areas.
States the Government of the United States does not favor the proposed agree incut, to alter or supple ment the meaning of Arti cle 23 of the Treaty of 1799.
Forwards communication of the German Government challenging the assertion in the American note of Mar. 20 that Germany has violated the treaties of 1785, 1799, and 1828.