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United States Department of State / Index to the executive documents of the House of Representatives for the first session of the forty-seventh Congress, 1880-'81
(1881-1882)

Argentine Republic,   pp. 1-18 PDF (7.8 MB)


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               CORRESPOND EN CE.
                    ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.
                                   No. L
                         Mr. Osborn to Mr. Evar*t.
 No. 308.4                     LEGATION OF-THE UNITED STATES,
      Buenos Ayres, November 29, 1880.      (Received January 6, 1881.)
   SiR : I have the honor to inclose herewith- a copy of my note of date
 October 22d ultimo, addressed to the minister of foreign affairs, under
 instructions contained in your dispatch numbered 131, with a copy of
 the minister's reply, marked A and'B, respectively.
   I also inclose .a copy of the comments, in reference to the notes ex-
 changed, of the La Republica, official organ, as translated and pub-
 lished in the.Buenos Herald- of the 14th!instant.
        I have, &c.,
                                                   T HOS. ,0. OSBORN.
                             [Inelosure A in No. 308.1
                     Mr. Osborn ton Slr Bernardo Iregoyem.
                                        LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES,
                                                BBuenos A res, October 22,
1880.
  IMin MINISTER: i The intellgence o, the cessation of hostilities between
the Govern-
ment of the Argentine Republic and the Province of Buenos Ayres having been
re-
ceived at the Department of, State, United States of America, I am requested
by the
honorable Secretary of State to express to your excellency the extreme gratification
of
the Government of the United States at the receipt of thiat intelligence.
  I am also directed " to say to your excellency that it had not been
doubted by the
Government of the United States that the administration and the people of
the Ar-
gentine Republic and the authorities of the Province of Buenos Ayres would
shortly
reach the termination of those misund'erstandings, which had brought about
a situa-
tion of affairs in the territories of the republic so much to be deprecated,
not only by
its own oitizens,but by the people of all other countries interested in the
prosperity of
the Argentine Republic.
  I am further instructed to express to your excellency that from the.result
of the in-
ternal dissensions which threatened the stability of a sister republic, His
Excellency
the President of the United States is glad to conclude that the principle
of national
life, as opposed to the spirit of disintegration, will continue to animate
its people, and
to request your excellency'to'convey the sincere congratulations of his excellency
upon
the fotunatQe issueof theco'ntentins to His Excellency the President of the
Argen-
tine Republic.
  I embrace this opportunity, &c.
                                                        THOS. 0, OSBORN.
       IF R


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