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Suggestions Made by President Wilson, and Replies—Continued.

No.

From and to whom.

Date.

Subject.

Page.

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1916.
Ambassador Penfield to the Dec. 26 Quotes Austro-Hungarian re.
Secretary of State (tele-

ply to American note to
gram).

belligerents of Dec. 18,

1916.
1208 Minister Price to the Sec- Dec. 26 Transmits note from the
retary of State.

Secretary of Foreign Af-
fairs of Panama replying
to President Wilson's note

of Dec. 18, 1916.
Memorandum from the Le- Dec. 27 * Text of Note of Swiss Fed-
gation of Switzerland.

eral Council, addressed to
all belligerents support-
ing President Wilson's

peace suggestions.
156 Minister Morris to the Dec. 29 Quotes text of Swedish Gov-
Secretary of State (tele.

ernment's note addressed
gram).

to belligerent nations ex-
pressing sympathy with
President Wilson's peace

suggestions.
Memorandum from the Le- Dec. 30 - Text of note delivered by
gation of Sweden.

His Swedish Majesty's
Government to the Gov-
ernments of belligerent
nations commending Pres-
ident Wilson's peace sug:

gestions.
529 Chargé Wilson to the Sec- Dec. 30 Incloses copy of Spanish
retary of State.

note in reply to the cir-
cular note of the Presi-
dent to belligerent and
neutral powers, suggest-
ing that all nations now
at should declare
their respective views
upon what terms present

war might be ended.
Consul General Murphy to Dec. 30 Quotes Bulgarian reply to
the Secretary of State

American note to bellig(telegram).

erents of Dec. 18, 1916 1 Received.

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war

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1917.
858 Chargé Benson to the Sec- Jan. 8 Quotes note of Jan. 6, from
retary of State.

Brazilian Minister for
Foreign Affairs replying
to President Wilson's

peace suggestions.
Minister Reinsch to the Jan. 9 Quotes Chinese reply to
Secretary of State (tele-

American note to belliggram).

gerents of Dec. 18, 1916. Ambassador Sharp to the Jan. 10 Quotes Belgian reply to Secretary of State (tele

American note to belliggram).

gerents of Dec. 18, 1916. 1806 Ambassador Sharp to the Jan. 10 Allied Government's reply Secretary of State (tele.

to American note to belgram).

ligerents of Dec. 18, 1916. Minister Jeffery to the Jan. 12 Reports receipt of a Secretary of State (tele

munication

from

Uru-
gram).

guayan Minister for For-
eign Affairs expressing
sympathy with all ques-
tions that will tend to

terminate present war.
Memorandum from British Jan. 13 British supplemental reply
Embassy

to peace suggestions of

President Wilson. 64 The Charge of Greece to Jan. 15 Transmits Greece's reply to the Secretary of State.

the President's sugges

tions of Dec. 18, 1916.
390 Minister Ewing to the Sec. Jan. 19 Submits translation of Hon.
retary of State.

duran Government's reply
to President Wilson's note

of Dec. 18, 1916.
Minister Caldwell to the Jan. 19 Transmits at request of Per-
Secretary of State (tele-

sian Minister for Foreign
gram).

Affairs the more impor.
tant portion of the reply
to the peace suggestions

of President Wilson.
Minister McMillin to the Jan. 20 Incloses copy of Peruvian
Secretary of State.

Government's reply to
President Wilson's note of
Dec. 18, 1916.

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1917.
Memorandum to the Ger- Jan. 22 Incloses copy of address de-
man Embassy.

livered by the President of
the United States to the
Senate on Jan. 22, 1917.

PART XIII

Proposals of the De Facto Government of Mexico for Terminating

the European War.

324

Mr. Ramón P. De Negri to Feb. 12 Transcribes note from Min-
the Secretary of State.

ister of Foreign Rela-
tions proposing means for

restoring peace.
The Secretary of State to Mar. 16 Replies to communication of
Mr. Ramón P. De Negri.

Feb. 12, 1917.

326

PART XIV

Severance of Diplomatic Relations between the United States and

Germany.

330

335

The German Ambassador Jan. 31 Announces Germany's inten-
to the Secretary of State.

tion of extending subma

rine warfare.
2307 The Secretary of State to Feb. 3 Refers to previous corre-
the German Ambassador.

spondence between the
two Governments relating
to submarine warfare and
announces that all diplo-
matic relations between
the United States and the
German Empire are sev-
ered.

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1917.
The Secretary of State Feb. 3 Instructs him to deliver a
to Ambassador Penfield

copy of following address
(telegram).

of President Wilson to
Congress on Feb. 3, 1917,
to the Foreign Minister
and distribute it to the

press.
The Minister of Switzer- Feb. 10 Transmits German Propos-
land in charge of Ger-

als relating to the Treaty
man interests in Amer-

of 1799.
ica to the Secretary of

State.
Statement given to the Feb. 12 American refusal to discuss
press, Feb. 12, 1917.

submarine warfare against
neutrals unless and until
German Government re-
its

of

May 4, 1916.
Statement given to the Mar. 12 In view of Germany's an-
press.

nouncement of Jan. 31,
the Government of the
United States has deter-
mined to place an armed
guard upon all American
merchant vessels sailing

through the barred areas. 416 The Secretary of State to Mar. 20 States the Government of the Minister of Switzer

the United States does not land in charge of German

favor the proposed agree.
interests in America.

ment to alter or supple.
ment the meaning of Arti-
cle 23 of the Treaty of

1799.
The Minister of Switzer- Mar. 30 Forwards communication of
land to the Secretary of

the German Government
State.

challenging the assertion
in the American note of
Mar. 20 that Germany has
violated the treaties of
1785, 1799, and 1828.

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1917.
Circular telegram to all Apr. 2 Informs them of President
the missions.

Wilson's address to special
session of Congress, Apr.
2, 1917, and quotes Joint
Resolution declaring the
existence of a state of war
between the Imperial Ger-
man Government and the
United States.

PART XVI Severance of Diplomatic Relations between the United States and

Austria-Hungary.

358

Ambassador Penfield to the Feb. 1 Quotes note of Jan. 31
Secretary of State (tele-

from the Austro-Hunga-
gram).

rian Minister for Foreign
Affairs announcing his
Government's intention of
extending submarine war-

fare.
The Secretary of State Feb. 14 Instructs him to inquire of
to Ambassador Penfield

Austro-Hungarian Govern-
(telegram).

ment as to the modifica.
tion of that Government's
pledge given in the An-

361

cona case.

363

Ambassador Penfield to the Mar. 2 Quotes aide memoire handed
Secretary of State (tele-

him by Austro-Hungarian
gram).

Government in reply to
American inquiry as to the
modification of Austria-
Hungary's pledge given in

the Ancona case.
Chargé Grew to the Sec. Apr. 8 Severance of diplomatic re-
retary of State (tele-

lations between the United
gram).

States and Austria-Hun-
gary.

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