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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 5, 1898
(1898)

List of papers, with subjects of correspondence,   pp. III-XLIV PDF (2.9 MB)


Page IV

LIST OF PAPERS.
No.
From and to whom.
Date.
Subject.
Page.
34 Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman -
1897.
Dec. 11
37 Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman. - Jan. 11
41 Same to same .... Feb. 8
42
75
87
Same to same          
Mr. Day to Mr. Tower    Mr. Sherman to same     
Feb. 11
Feb. 19
Mar. 25
105
111
68
64
15
10
32
15
37
30
38
44
45
30
111
16
23
35
35
35
35
36
36
16
May 26
...do.
May 26
June 1
June 4
July 1
Sept. 10
Sept. 10
Sept. ii
Sept. 11
Sept. 12
Sept. 16
Sept. 19
69
77
92
195
196
Mr. Hengelmiiller to Mr. Sherman.
Mr. Shermanto Mr. Hengelmuller.
Same to the governor of Pennsylvania.
Same to Mr. Hengelmiiller.
The governor of Pennsylvania to Mr.Sherman.
Killing of Austro-Hungarians at Lattimer, Pa. lucloses reports of consul
at Philadelphia,
with list of victims. Asks for investigation of facts and indemnity for victi~ns.
Same subject. Acknowledges above. Attention will be given.
Same subject. Requests report of facts      
Same subject. Governor of Pennsylvania has been requested to investigate
and report fully.
Same subject. Will collect facts in the case and report them promptly.
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
1898.
63 Mr. Sherman to Mr. Tower. - Jan. 10
58 Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman. - Apr. 27
60 Same to Mr. Day Apr. 29 Mr. Day to Mr. Tower     May 10
Same to same
Mr. Moore to Messrs. McKinley and Gottlieb.
Mr. Tower to Mr. Day    
70 Sametosame           
Same to same 
Same to same          
Mr. Ridgely to Mr. Day (telegram).
The President to the Emperor of Austria (telegram).
The Emperor of Austria to the President (telegram).
Mr. Herdliska to Mr. Day (telegram).
Mr. Moore to Mr. Herdliska (telegram).
Mr. Day to same(telegram) -
Mr. Herdliska to Mr. Day.. -
Killing ofAustro.Hun~arians at Lattimer, Pa. Reports interview with Minister
for Foreign
Affairs, who urges consideration of representations of Austrian legation
in regard to the.
Military service of Peter Hornik. Incloses letter of Ron. E. .1. Hill relative
to threatened
imprisonment, and directs proper inquiry and action.
Military service of Siegfried Abeles. Release secured. Correspondence inclosed.
Restriction of American fruit. Similar to those imposedby Germany contemplated
by Austria. Newspaper article inclosed.
Military service of Peter Hornik. His name was stricken from the rolls upon
proof of his American citizenship.
Military service of Iguatz Gutman. Instructions to request his discharge.
Flag, desecration of the. Lawspreventing use of Austrian flag for advertising
purposes desired.
Restriction of American fruit. Confirms telegram of same date in regard to
issuance of decrees in Austria and Hungary. Ineloses copies of decrees.
Military service of Ignatz Gutman. Gutman voluntarily enlisted in the service.
Correspondence inclosed.
Same subject. Refers to his No. 75, and incloses letter of complaint from
McKinley and Gottlieb.
Same subject. Approves action reported in his No.60.
Same subject. Gives substance of report from the United States legation.
Flag, desecration of the, No special law against the. Certain offenses are
punished under police or other regulations.
Killing of Austro-Hungarians, at Lattimer, Pa. Au stri a urges favorable
consideration of
claims. Recites interview with officer of ministry for foreign affairs.
Military service of Anton Guerra. Release secured.
Military service of Herman Miller. Reports Miller's arrest and release.
Assassination of Empress. "Empress of Austria just assassinated."
Same subject. Tenders sympathy of Government and people of the United States.
Same subject. Thanks for expression of condolence and sympathy.
Same subject. "Empress of Austria was assassinated last evening."
Same subject. Instructs to advise Mr. Tower so that he may attend obsequies.
Same subject. "Offer floral tribute in President's name."
Same subject. Transmits expression of Eniperor's thanks for sympathy extended.
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AT WASHINGTON.
1897.
Sept. 28
Oct. 9
Oct. 11
Oct. 12
Oct. 13
46
56
56
57 \57


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