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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)


Austria-Hungary,   pp. 18-62 PDF (19.5 MB)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS.
  But what I wish to do before concluding is to call your excellency's
attention to the conciliatory spirit which has always guided the counsels
and deliberations of the Argentine Government, and the efforts which
it has made in behalf of peace between two sister republics, and of the
great commercial interests of the same, during the long and complicated
dispute which has now been happily terminated by the treaty which
was concluded on the 23d of July last, With the co-operation of the
worthy representatives of the United States in both countries.
       I avail, &c.,                              JULIO OARRIJ.
                    AUSTRIA.-HUNGARY.
                               No. 14.
                      Mr. Deleplaine to Mr. Evarts.
No. 355.]                 LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES,
                    Vienna, August 107 1880. (Received August 30.)
  SIR: The Imperial Royal ministry for foreign affairs has advised this
legation that a certain Marcus Cohn has renounced his citizenship of
the United States, acquired by naturalization, and has again become
an Austrian subject.
  I deem it proper to communicate this to the Department, and append
hereto a copy of the note of the foreign office, with translation.
       I have, &c.,
                                              J. F. DELAPLAINE.
                       [Inclosure in No. 355.-Translation.]
                     Count A. Volkenstein to Mr. Kasson.
  The ministry for foreign affairs has the honor to inform the envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary of the United States of America, Mr. John A.
Kasson,
that according to a note of the imperial and royal Statthalterei in Prague,
Marcus Cohn
has renounced his citizenship of the United States of America, acquired by
natural-
ization, and that in conformity with the treaty of 20th September, 1870,
Austrian citi-
zenship has been conferred on him.
  At the same time, the undersigned avails himself of this occasion to renew
to the
envoy the assurance of his distinguished consideration.
  Vienna, August 4, 1880.
  For the minister for foreign affairs.
                                             COMTE A. VOLKENSTEIN.
  To the Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States
of
America, Mr. JOHN A. KASSON.
                                No. 15.
                     Mr. -Delaplaine to Mr. Evarts.
No. 377.]                 LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES,
                 Vienna, October 26, 1880. (Received INovember 13.)
  SIR: My attention has been called by the United States consul at
Pesth to a law passed by the Hungarian Diet during the past year on


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