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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)


Page 593

l40322°—F B 1913—38 IIONDIJRAS. 593 
File No. 815.001 13 64/17. 
The Minister of Honduras to the Secretary of State. 
[Translation.] 
LEGATI0N OF HONDURAS, 
Washington, April 19, 1913. 
 MB. SECRETARY: I have the honor to transmit to your excellency the following
Cable message which I received last evening from the President of Honduras:
TEGUOIGALPA, April 18, 1913, 
Sumptuousness of the obsequies of the never-to-be-forgotten President, General
Bonilla, gratifying. Please express gratitude of Honduran people and Government
and my own to His Excellency the President of the United States, VicePresident,
Secretary of State and Diplomatic Corps. Most cordially, 
BERTRAND. 
 It affords me pleasure to carry out the foregoing instructions of my Government,
and in so doing I renew [etc.] 
ALBERT0 MEMBRE~o. 
File No. 815.001 B 64/17. 
The Acting Secretary of State to the Minister of Honduras. 
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
Washington, April 30, 1913. 
 SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your esteemed note of
the 19th in~tant giving the text of a telegram which you have received from
the President of Honduras expressing appreciation of the attendance of the
President, the Vice President, the Diplomatic Corps and the Secretary of
State at the religious services held in this city on April 18th in memory
of his late Excellency the President of Honduras. 
 The President and Vice President desire me to say that they were glad to
show their respect for the late President Bonilla by being 
*present at the Requiem Mass said in his memory and to convey to President
Bertrand their appreciation of the friendly feeling expressed by the President,
Government and people of Honduras. 
 I alsO beg to assure you that the expressions of the President and Vice
President voice the Secretary's feelings toward the late President Bonilla
and the country over which he so worthily presided. 
Accept [etc.] 
,J. B. MooRE. 
File No. 815.001 B 46/2. 
The Minister of Honduras to the Secretary of State. 
[Translation.] 
LEGATI0N OF HONDURAS, 
TVa$hin.gton, May 6, 1913. 
 MR. SECRETARY: I have the honor to transmit to your excellency a copy of
the autograph letter by which His Excellency Señor Doctor 


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