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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States with the address of the president to Congress December 2, 1913
(1913)

Honduras,   pp. 590-607 PDF (6.2 MB)


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592 FOREIGN RELATIONS,  FRANCISCO BERTRAND. 
File No. 815.001 B 64/10. 
The Minister of Honduras to. the Secretary of State. 
~Translation.] 
.LEGATI0N OF HoNDuRAs, 
Washington, March 22, 191g. 
 MR. SECRETARY:. With profound sorrow I discharge the duty of informing your
excellency that, on the 21st instant, General Don Manuel Bonilla, President
of the Republic of Honduras, died at Tegucigalpa. 
I renew [etc.] 
ALBERT0 MEMBRENO. 
File No. 815.001 B 64/9. 
The President .to the President of Honduras. 
[Telegram.] 
THE WHITE HousE, 
Washington, March 22, 1913. 
 The Government and people of the United States of America join me in offering
heartfelt condolences in the great loss which has been sustained by the Republic
of Honduras in the lamented death of His Excellency, President Bonilla. 
W0QDR0W WILSON. 
File No. 815.001 B 64/10. 
The Acting Secretary of State to the Minister of Honduras. 
No. 6.] . DEPARTMENT OF . STATE, 
TV ashington, March 24, 1913. 
 SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note of the 22d
instant by which you officially convey the sad intelligence of the death
at Tegucigalpa of President Bonilla. 
 The President, to whom the information has been conveyed, has, in a telegram
to President Bertrand, expressed the sincere condolences of the people and
Government of the United States in this sad bereavement which has befallen
the Government and people of your country, as well as his personal sympathy.
Accept [etc.] 
ALvEY A. ADEE. 
File No. 815.001 B 64/16. 
The President of honduras to the President. 
[Telegram—Translation.] 
TEGLTcIGALPA, March 24, 1913. 
 The Government and people of Honduras join me in thanking Your Excellency
and the Government and people of the United States for their very sincere
expressions of sorrow for the death of President General Bonilla. Will~ Your
Excellency accept our gratitude. 


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