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Bolivia,   pp. 76-95 PDF (8.3 MB)


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                               BOLIVIA.                            77
 of the cabinet, had resigned, being forced thereto on account of the
 failure of the mediation that they having, held out the hope of peace
 to the country, and being unsuccessful, must now leave the workto
 others, who propose a different policy, and that the change in the cabi-
 net would take place as soon as their report of the matters connected
 with the mediation with the protocols of conferences at Arica is pub-
 lished and submitted to the country.
   What the future will bring, itis impossible to say; a hope still remains
 that the Argentine Republic may take part in the war against Chili;
 but I have not much confidence in this, and the present allies, I believe,
 will have to fight to the bitter and scarcely doubtful end.
       I have, &c.,
                                              CHARLES ADAMS.,
                                No. 56. ,
                      Mr. Adams to Mr. Evarts.
No. 46.]                  LEGATION OF TH     UNITED STATES,
            La Paz,, November 17, 1880. ' (Received January 3, 1881.)
   SiR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy of a note received
from Sefior Carrillo, and one of the printed pamphlets mentioned
therein, containing the report of the Bolivian plenipotentiaries,. the
protocols of the conferences and the acknowledgment of the govern-
ment.
  inasmuch as a translation of the protocols will be furnished by Mr.
Christiancy, I transmit herewith only that of the report itself.
       I have, &c.,
                                              CHARLES ADAMS.
                       [Inclosure 1 in No. 46.-Translation.]
                       Mr. Carrillo to Mr. Adams.
                                    MINISTRY OF FOREIGN RELATIONS,
                                               La Paz, November 13, 1880.
  SIR: Repeating the acknowledgments of my government for the benevolent
offices
and personal attitude of your excellency during the peace negotiations, I
have thae
honor to transmit -three copies of a pamphlet, in which these conferences
have been
published.
  I improve the opportunity to again subscribe myself, with all consideration
and
respect, your excellency's, &c.,
                                                    J. C. CARRILLO,
  To his excellency the MINISTERRESIDENT
     OF THE UNITED STATES OF' NoRTH AMERICA,
                        SPresentl
                      [Enclosure 2 ii :No. 46.--Translation. ]
                   Report of the Bolivian pl!enip~otentiaries.
                   PLENIPOTENTIARIES OF lBOLIvIA ON" SPECIAL MISSION,
                                               L~a Paz, November 5, 1880.
To t~he MINISTER OF STATE AND FOREIGN RELATIONS:
  SIR: We have the honor to tranismit to the department with this report
the auto-
graph protocols of the peace conferences which have taken place in the waters
of


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