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favorable result. Mr. Davis will withhold his re-
cellor for a friendly arrangement.
Davis's report before making representations to
ment can be made if he can have Department's
chancellor, maintaining the dignity of this Govern
ment and its firm attitude in this matter.
consented to mediate unofficially.
proposition for settlement of the potash question.
States attitude of the German Government.
Germany by the United States. Incloses an act of
provide the pedestal for the statue.
Aide memoire reiterating the attitude of the
attention of the German Emperor.
presented to the chancellor, and he requests time
to Department's aide inemoire of the 20th inst.,
German Government stating its views concerning
ment of the differences.
ran lum and refutes certain claims made therein
tain, as a basis for further discussion, how much
ernment has demanded payment of excess-pro-
should be deman led.
the American purchasers did not have to bear tho
of the United States suspends further diplomatic
parties to the contracts. 416 Same to same...
Mar. 17 Same subject. Advises him that the German Goy
ernment is willing to defer collection of the tax
Mar. 21 Same subject. Requests early reply to Depart
ment's note of Mar. 9, 1911.
in the suggestion that a settlement of the potash
that the ccnlorence be held at Brussels, Mr. Knor to Count von
Same subject. Urges that the conference be held
at New York no later than the 24th of this month. Count von Bernstortit
Same subject. The German interested parties in-
sisted that the conference be held at Hamburg.
ever, to accept Brussels instead.
urgently request that the conference be held at
New York or at Montmal.
can interests have accepted Brussels as the meet.
the opening of the conference.
sen as the meeting place and May 15 as the date of
o cning of the conference.
Germany. Instructs to ascertain whether the
Reports telephone communication with the Ger-
agreed to this change he had also agreed thereto, Mr. Hill to Mr. Knox (tele- M
Presentation of a statue of Gen. von Steuben to
Germany. Appointment of Hon. Richard Bar-
able to the German Emperor.
appointment of C. P. Wolfram as additional repro-
erected at Potsdam. Same to same (telegram)... June 20 Same subject. Appointment of Wolfram is agreeable
to the German Emperor, September 2 is proposed
as the date for the presentation.
German people for the statue which has just been
unveiled. President Taft to the Ger
Same subject. Appreciation of above telegram man Emperor (tele
which will be communicated to the Congress of Tam).
the United States.
1910. 238 | Mr. Innes to Mr. Knox..... Nov. 28 Coronation o
Georgo V. Incloses & proclamation fixing tho date for the coronation. Requests to be informed whether the President will
send a representative
Convention. The governments which have not
tion if they accept the additional protocol.
wators. Text of minutos ol, conference held at
at Washington the 13th and 14th of Januuary, 1911. 1 1s. Knox to Mr. Castrillo, jr. Jan. 19 Additional protocol to the International Prize Court
Convontion. Incloses copy of protocol and cir-
true, as reported, that the ratification of the pro
1911. Mr. Knox to President Taft Feb. 1 Same subject. Incloses the protocol for transmis
sion to the Senate. States reasons for the neces
sity of its adoption. 20 Mr. Bryce to Mr. Knox.... Feb. 2 Coronation of King George V. Advises that the
state visits will commence on June 19 and will
terminate on the 28th of that month.
vited to attend the naval review to be held June
which will be sent.
sent this Government at the naval review
appointed Mr. John Hays Hammond ambassador
the United States.
adopted concerning exchange of visits and salutes
tirely satisfactory to this Government.
George V (telegram).
July 19 Arbitration of pecuniary claims. Special agree
ment between the United States and Great Britain.
Text and schedule of claims.
Convention. Advises that all the States signs-
from the King to the President, acknowledging
between the United States and Great Britain.
States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia. Text.
and kept incomunicado. The Mexican press an-
Government on this subject.
President of Guatemala concerning the minister's
or consul general.
1911. 68 | Mr. Knox to Mr. Hitt...... Apr. 17 Same subject. Instructs to say to President Cabrera
• that this Government would appreciate the modi
fication of the system of "incomunicacion” which
of Thomas J. McCullough.
office stating that instructions have been issued
transmitting a circular telegram which authorizes
out an apparent discrepancy between the Presi.
minister for foreign affairs concerning the apparent
au Princeto investigate the report that arms have
is soon to revolt.
affairs stated that many of the Haitian forces are
Government has refused to surrender them.
strong undercurrent is developing against the Gov
hands of the revolutionists. An American war
vessel is desirable at Port au Prince. Same to samne (
Same subject. Practically all of the north is in the
hands of the revolutionists. The President re
turned and will form a new cabinet.
Haitian Government that the cities of St. Marc
against such action.
the diplomatic corps considers the presence of a
war vessel necessary.
him to inform the Haitian Government that it will
tained by American citizens.
au Prince have fallen, and the Government can
not survive many hours.
the Haitian Government. He has informed it that
the blockade must be effective to be respected.
diplomatic corps that he had sufficient force to
ous. Aux Cays and several other towns in the
the condition is serious, he will not surrender the
massacre, and pillage.
some were of the opinion that President Simon
should be taken to prevent further executions. Samne to same (telegram)... Aug. 1 Same subject. The President, in an interview this
morning, admitted the seriousness of the situation,
come the revolution.
diplomatic corps that he is ready to resign and
requests three days'armistice to arrange his affairs. Same to same (telegram)......do... Samo subject. The President has asked permission
to embark on an American war vessel. Asks instructions.
local revolutionary leaders.
obtain all available funds from the bank, but has
tice does not permit this.
be granted to President Simon to save innocent
Haitian war vessel formerly the American
40 men, although there was no apparent necessity
for such action.
left on a Dutch vessel bound for Jamaica.
Port au Prince; Leconto is approaching at the
in the streets. Requests instructions.
zens to observe a strictly neutral attitude.
existing at Port au Prince and requests that the
armed conflict within the city limits.
tionary forces has been advised by the diplomatic
Port au Prince.
of the executive power and has entered Port au
mans have made large advances to the Leconte
government that the United States insists on the
assurances are given.
state, informed the minister that he desired to
ing from the recent revolt.
tant that the above assurances be made in writing.
Leconte; gives names of cabinet officers, The
quotes note from the counselor of state giving
assurances referred to.
ernment this day. Suggests that the naval com
mander be instructed to fire a salute.
Leconte, incident upon the recognition of the new
1910. 47 | Mr. McCreery to Mr. Knox.. July 28 Revolution in Honduras. Information has been
received that Lee Christmas is preparing to in vedo
Honduras from Guatemala. 51 | Same to samo............. Aug. 11 | Same subject. Reports that some Americans have
been arrested for being connected with the revolu
Honduras requested the decisive cooperation of