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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, with the annual message of the president transmitted to Congress December 2, 1902
(1902)

Austria-Hungary,   pp. 25-72 PDF (3.7 MB)


Page 25

 a Printed, page 794. 25AUSTRIA-ITIJNGA RY. 
PASSAGE THROUGH UNITED STATES OF REMAINS OF LATE 
MEXICAN MINISTER TO AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 
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UNITED STATES LECATION, 
Tu~iina, Jqnuar!J 18, 1902. 
 SIR: I have the honor to acquaint you that the remains of the Mexican minister
to this court, Don Jose (IC Teresa y Miranda, have been intrusted to the
North-German Lloyd Steamship Company for transmission to Mexico, via Bremen
and Galveston, on hoard the steamship Bresian. 
 They will leave the first-named port on the 23d instant, and are due to
arrive in Galveston eighteen days thereafter. 
 I have deemed it proper to assure the charge d'affaires, Mr. Lizardi, that
the Department of State would request, and that the Treasury Department would
issue to the collector of the port at Galveston, such instructions as will
insure the entrance of the remains at the port of Galveston without let or
hindrance, and their transmission without delay by such route as may be decided
upon to the Mexican frontier. 
 I have also the honor to inforni you that Madame de Teresa, widow of the
late minister and sister-in-law of President Porfirio Diaz, sails with her
family from Cherbourg on the steamship It~onprinz lVuiloeim, and is due to
arrive in New York on or about the 21st of February. 
 Believing that I would be carrin out the wishes of the Departinent, I have
assured Mr. Lizardi that such instructions would be issued through the proper
channels to the customs authorities in New York as would insure Madame de
Teresa's receiving every possible courtesy at their hands on her arrival.
I have, etc., 
 Ro13ER1~ S. MCCORMICK. 
JWr. 1Ta,/ to Jir. il/c (~iii~ ~ 
No. 32.]   DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
 W~ts/qton, i1~1iruary 12, 1902. 
 SIR: Referring to your unnumbered dispatch of the 18th ultimo, I have now
to inform you that the Mexican ambassador here, in his note No. 249a of the
7th of this month, expresses the earnest thanks of his Government for your
kindness and courtesy in informing the Department of the arrival of the remains
of the late Mexican minister to 


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