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1880. 1 Mr. Evarts to the consular Feb. 18 Legal status, rights, and liabilities of foreign-built officers of tbe United
vessels purchased abroad, and wholly owned by States at seaports.
citizens of the United States; attention of De.
of Foreign Relations for 1879.)
the fees authorized by act of Congress "to pre-
crews of vessels liable to such diseases.
calls for further and fuller reports upon subjects cial and consular agents of
calculated to advance the commercial and inthe United States.
dustrial interests of the United States. 4 Mr. Evarts to the diplomat. July 30 International Sanitary Conference: powers hav. ic ofñcers of the United
ing jurisdiction of ports liable to be infected States.
with contagious diseases invited to join; object-
the approval of the other powers.
cussion of the subject; rules for the guidance | States at seaports.
of consular officers.
1879. 6 Mr. T. 0. Osborn to Mr. Dec. 18 No. 259.-The war between Chili and Peru and Evarts.
Bolivia: Chiliau siccesses causing uneasiness in government circles; discussions of President Avellaneda and cabinet, concerning the policy to be adopted by the Argentine Government; Ex-President Mitré to be invited to go to Chili on a special mission; his reported declination ; preparations making, by sea and land, for pos. sible rupture with Chili; the probable advan.
tages of such an event.
1880. 7 ......do
Jan. 17 | No. 264.- The political situation: outwardly un
changed; President Avellaneda concentrating large forces of regulars in Buenos Ayres; Goy. ernor Tejedor's adherents have also armed pa. , rades on Sundays; the legislature of Buenos Ayres, being opposed to Governor Tejedor, re. fuses to vote the provincial budget; the gor. ernor, by decree, revives last year's estimates: the chamber of deputies votes the governor's action illegal and unconstitutional; this movement supposed to originate with the Roca party; federal intervention unlikely in this breach between Governor Tejedor and his legis- | lature; congressional elections, to be held Feb. ruary 1, will probably decide the Presidential contest; General Sarmiento reported to have secured three provinces, thus gaining the bal.
ance of power. 8
Feb. 11 No. 265.-The political situation: election for
members of the Argentine Congress; the can. didates of the Tejedor party elected, the ad. herents of General Roca abstaining from voting in Buenos Ayres by reason of alleged military intimidation at the polls; disclaimer of such intention on the part of the Tejedor party, other motives being attributed to their oppo. pents; the Roca party carries all the other provinces except Corrientes and possibly one or two others; attitude of the national guards;
a conflict imminent. 9 ......do
Feb. 13 No. 266.-The South American Continental Exhi- !
bition to be beld at Burnos Ayres in September, 1880; transmits plans and regulations therefor, with text of note from Argentine foreign minister; the government seeks to repeat the snccess of the late Córdoba Exposition, but on a larger scale; attendance of Americans invited. (NOTE.—The regulations only provide for the concurrence of exhibitors from Spanish Ameri. can countries. (See Mr. Osborn's No. 271, of
February 28, page 18.) 10 | Mr. Evarts to Mr. T. O. Og. Apr. 7 No. 121.- Expresses the interest felt by the Gov. born.
ernment of the United States in the “Sonth American Continental Exhibition," as tending to increase the commercial and agricultural
prosperity of the Argentine Republic. 11 Mr. T. 0. Osborn to Mr. Feb. 16 No. 267.-The political situation. Still critical; Evarts.
the city of Buenos Ayres under arms, and business suspended; proclamation of President Avellaneda ordering the disarmament of the national guards; probable refusal of Governor Tejedor to disarm the Buenos Ayres volunteers; concentration of troops and volunteers; prospect of martial law; efforts of the peace committee to procure the withdrawal of General Roca's candidature, in like manner with Dr. Tejedor's declension: the resignation of Presi. dent Avellaneda also demanded by extremists; the text of his proclamation and decree of Feb
ruary 13, 1880. 12 ......do
Feb. 18 No. 269. The political situation; the crisis past,
troops returning to their camps, and the people to their regular pursuits; the peace committee bring about an interview February 17, between President Avellaneda and Governor Tejedor of
Na From whom and to whom.
13 Mr. T. 0. Osborn to Mr.
Buenos Ayres; decree of the President Febru.
danger the prospects of a peaceful solution.
reply to the peace committee; he declines to
cept General Tejedor's withdrawal.
time for reception of exhibits to July 31, 1880 ;
directors of the Continental Exposition.
Governor Tejedor to the provincial legislature;
ernor Tejedor's address.
continues; interview between General Roca
laneda withdraws with the national troops to a
no quorum obtained
laneda and cabinet at Belgrano; port of Buenos
Navy, to Buenos Ayres.
between the provincial and national forces; a
to Buenos Ayres; fresh engagements between
forces losing ground.
ernor Tejedor; port of Buenos Ayres opened ; the incidents in detail; merchants petition Mr. Osborn to mediate between the contestants; Mr. Osborn's notes to the Argentine Government