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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 3, 1901
(1901)

Chile,   pp. 32-38 PDF (490.8 KB)


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38 FOREIGN RELATIONS.  HAY. 
sincere condolences for the irreparable misfortune which she has just sustained
in the death of her distinguished husband, and express the hope that in the
hour of her deep tribulation she may find Divine consolation. 
 I gladly avail myself of this occasion to renew, etc., 
HENRY L. WILsoN. 
JJfr. Wilson to 3&. Hay. 
 No. 207.] LEGATION OF THE -UNITED STATES, 
Santiago, Angust 15, 1901. 
 SIR: I have the honor to inclose herewith copy and translation of the reply
of the Chilean minister of foreign relations to my note of condolence on
the death of President Err~zuriz. By an oversight my note -was forwarded
to the Department before the reply was received. 
I have, etc., - 
 - HENRY L. WILSON. 
Señor Rodriguez to Mr. Wilson. 
[Inclosure.—Translation.] 
 No. 703.] REPUBLIC OF CHILE, 
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN RELATIONS, 
Santiago, July 11, 1901. 
 Mr. MINISTER: The Chilean foreign office has received with genuine satisfaction
your attentive note of the 16th instant, conveying the cablegram addressed
to your legation by the Secretary of State of the United States of America,
in which, in the name of the President, he sends to my Government his sincere
sympathy for the death of His Excellency Federico Errdzuriz. - 
It is very satisfactory to Chile that the great Republic of the North should
take 
such cordial participation in this most lamentable national misfortune, and
for that - 
reason you will permit the undersigned, through your excellency, to express
to His 
Excellency the P~resident and the worthy Government of the United States
of America 
the appreciation with which this Republic has received this delicate manifestation
- 
of condolence. - 
 I renew, etc., LUI5 M. RODRIGUEZ. 
CONDOLENCES ON ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. 
Vice-President Zanartu to the Vice-President of the United States. 
[Telegram.] 
SANTIAGO, CHILE, September 14, 1901. 
 The people of Chile and its Government are astounded by the apprehended
issue of the abominable attempt at Buffalo. May Your Excellency a-nd the
American people be pleased to accept the most heartfelt condolences. 
 -  ANIBAL ZANARTU, 
  Vice-President of Uhile. 
JJfr. Hay to JW~. Wilson. 
[Telegram.] 
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
Washington, September 17, 1901. 
 Please convey in the name of the American people and Government earnest
appreciation of sympathy cabled by Vice-President Zanartu. 


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