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United States Department of State / The executive documents of the House of Representatives for the first session of the fiftieth Congress. 1887-'88
(1887-1888)

List of papers, with an analysis of their contents,   pp. XIX-LXVII ff. PDF (19.7 MB)


Page XIX


   LIST OF PAPERS, WITH AN ANALYSIS OF THEIR CONTENTS,
                               ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.
  No.     From and to'whom.      Date.                    Subject.      
            Page.
                                 1886.
     31Mr. Hran na to Mr., Bayard  Oct. 14  Political: Inauguration of President
Juarez'; corn-
        (INo. 52). .                      position of cabinet: inaugural
and farewell ad-'
                                          dresses inclosed.
   2  Same to same (No. 58). .Dec.    3  Cholera (Asiatic) in theArgentene
Republic: Re-    4
                                          port on.                      
                  4
   3  Same to same (No.61).    Dec., 16  Cholera (Asiatic) in the Argentine
Republic: Its   5
                                          increase reported.
        Same to same (No.65) -J... an.1Steamship line (American) between
the United
                                          States and the Argentine Repmblic:
Proposed
                                          establishment of; proposition made
to tbe Ar-,
                                          gentine Government accepted and
a subsidy of
                                          $10,000 permncnthgranted; agreement
to be s'ub-
                                          mitted totbe Argentine Congress
for approval;
                               5          correspondence inclosed.
      Same to same (No. 67).  Jan. 16, Railroads in the Argentine Republic:
Their un-       7
                                          successful operation; Government
inclined to
                                          dispose of them,
   6  Same to same (No. 70) ....... Feb. 5  Railroad supplies : Competition,
between Amerin
                              a           can and German manufacturers; embarrass-
                                         ment under which the formlerlabor.
   7  Same to same (No. 71).   Feb.  7  Cholera in the Argentine Republic:
Its decline i/
                                         reported and'death statistics given.
     8Mr. Bayard to Mr. Hanna  Feb. 12  Steaniship line (American) between
the United      b
       (No. 42).                         States and the Argentine Republic:
Its pro-
                                         posed establishment; gratification
expressed at
                                         the substantial aid promised by
the Argentine
                                         Republic.
     9Mr. Hannaoto Mr. Bayard  Feb. 21  Trade of the Argentine Republic:
Reasons why      18
       (No. 74).                         United States fail to secure a larger
share
 10  Same tthereof.
     to same (No. 75)     .Mar. 12     Cholera in the Argentine Republic:
Its disap-  11
                                         pearanee reported; ports reopened.
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC AT WASRf-
                                        INGTON.
                                 AUSTRIA-HUNGARY                 .
                                 '1886.,
    '1 r. Leoto M r:r'Ba  '      1 86d..
 2Mle.'          "   yard (No. ,Oct. 4  Expulsion of Antonio Chirighin
from Austria-  '13
                               211).      Hungary charged with seeking American
natu-
                                         ralizatioin to escape conscription
laws: action
                                         taken by minister reported; order
of expulsion
                                      and note of protest to foreign office
inclosed.
 13  Same to same (No. 217).... Oct. 24 Petroleum: Political and commercial
position of  14
                                         the petroleum Cquestion in AustriaHungary.;
                                         cause of decline in American trado
in peho-
                                         leum.
14 Mr. Baya~rd to Mr. Lee (No. Nov. 3  Expulsion of Antonio' Chirighin, a
naturalized 16
      46).                               American, from Austria-Hungary:
action of
                                         Winister approved.


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