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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)

Siam,   pp. 943-948 PDF (315.7 KB)


Page 947

 SIAM. 947 a Printed, ante. 
His iJlajesty (]hulalongkorn to President Roosevelt. 
[Telegram.] 
BANGKOK, October 13, 1902. 
 I learned with pleasure the cordial reception you have kindly accorded to
my son, the Crown Prince, in your country. Pray accept my warmest thanks
and the assurance of my sincere friendship. 
CHULALONGKORN, R. 
President Roosevelt to the King of Siam. 
[Telegram.] 
WHITE HOUSE, 
Washington, October 15, 1902. 
 It has been a great pleasure to me to meet your son, not only on account
of my regard and esteem for Your Majesty, but also because of the attractive
character of the Crown Prince. 
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 
The Orowm Prince of Siam to President Roosevelt. 
[Telegram.] 
SUMAS, WASH., Xovember 30, 1902. 
 Having completed a most interesting tour through the United States, I now
beg to take leave of Your Excellency, and to express my heartiest appreciation
and gratitude for the very hospitable reception so kindly accorded to me
by you and by the officials and the citizens of this friendly country. I
assure you that I bear home with me the happiest memories of America and
the Americans. 
 MAHA VAJIRAVUDH. 
2Jfr. Hay to 1Jfr. King. 
No. 96.]  DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
 Washington, December 5, 1902. 
 SIR: 1 inclose herewith for your information a copy of a telegram,a dated
at Sumas, State of Washington, November 30, 1902, addressed by His Royal
Highness the Crown Prince of Siam to the President, expressing his thanks
for the hospitalities shown him during his recent visit to the United States.
 You will say to the Siamese Government that the President cordially appreciates
and reciprocates the kind sentiments expressed by His Royal Highness. 
 I am, etc., JOHN HAY. 


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