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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)

Russia,   pp. 916-937 PDF (1.4 MB)


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 a Printed under Austria, p 42. 936 FOREIGN RELATIONS. 
by the Federal Government to His Imperial Highness the Grand Duke Boris during
his visit to the United States. 
I have the honor to say in reply that 1 have taken pleasure in communicating
your note to the President, who is gratified to learn that His Imperial Highness
entertains an agreeable and grateful remembrance of the courtesies paid to
him and the hospitalities enjoyed by him during his visit. 
 Accept, etc., ALVEY A. ADEE, 
   Acting Secretary. 
PARTIAL REMOVAL OP RESTRICTIONS ON TRAVEL AND RESI 
DENCE IN CENTRAL ASIA. 
Air. Riddle to He. ilay. 
No. 592.] EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES, 
St. Petersburg, July 30, 1902. 
SIR: I have the honor to inclose herewith, for the information of future
travelers, copy and translation of a note from the minister for foreign affairs,
announcing that special permission is no longer required to travel on the
Trans-Caspian Railway. 
 I have, etc., J. W. RIDDLE, 
Chargé d'Affaires ad interim. 
[Inclosure.—Translation.] 
Count Larnsdortf to Mr. Riddk. 
No. 3843.] MINISTRY FOR FommioN AFFAIRS, 
 First Department, July 15 (28), 1902. 
 MR. CHARGE D'AFFAIRES: In reply to your note of the 1st (14th) July, I have
the honor to inform you that foreigners desiring to visit our possessions
in Central Asia are no longer obliged to obtain special permission, and that
travelers may, in consequence, freely sojourn in those regions, with the
exception of the towns of Koushk, Termez, and Kerki, and the custom-house
stations situated on the Amu Dana above Kerki. 
 Tchikichliar, Tchatly, the military posts on the Atrek and on the line from
Koushk to Ak-rabat, as well as the railway froni Merv to Koushk, are likewise
closed to travelers. 
 I take this occasion, etc., COUNT LAMSDORFF. 
JEWS IN ROUMANIA—DISCRIMINATIONS AGAINST, CONDITION 
OF HELPLESSNESS TO WHICH THEY ARE REDUCED, AND 
OBJECTION OF UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO IMMIGRATION OF SUCH PERSONS. 
lift. Tower to Hr. hay. 
No. 601.] EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES, 
St. Petersburg, September 17, 19093. 
SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the unnumbered dispatch
of Mr. Adee, Acting Secretary of State, dated the 12th of August, 1902, in
which he inclosed to me your circular letter a dated 


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