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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1920
(1920)

List of papers,   pp. IX-LXXXV ff. PDF (23.2 MB)


Page LXXXI


LIST OF PAPERS
HAITI
FINANCIAL AFFAIRs-Gonti1ed
Date and                           Subject                          Page
number
1920
Dec. 7    From the Minister in Haiti (tel.)                            852
(100)     Foreign Office note (text printed) insisting upon retention
of Haitian estimate for bond issue and stating that, when this
is accepted, authorization for loan will be given.
HONDURAS
REVOLUTIONARY DISORDERS ON THE FRONTIERS OF HONDURAS: REPRESENTA-
TIONS BY THE UNITED STATES DEPRECATING THE TOLERATION OF REVOLU-
TIONARY ACTIVITIES AGAINST NEIGHBORING STATES
1920
Jan. 8
(4)
Jan. 9
(5)
Jan. 13
(6)
Jan. 15
(8)
Jan. 16
(2)
Jan. 24
(7)
Jan. 26
(1 1)
Jan. 30
(3)
Jan. 31
(8)
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Foreign Minister's request for U. S. good offices to prevent
revolutionary activities against Honduras reported as pro-
ceeding from Nicaraguan border.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Confirmation of report as to revolutionary activities; Govern-
ment's request for interrogation of Nicaraguan Government
on matter and for presence of U. S. naval vessel off north coast.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Instructions to urge Government measures to prevent Nica-
raguan territory from being used as base for revolutionary
activities against Honduras.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Reported failure of revolutionary attempt; denial by
Nicaraguan President of any connection therewith; his efforts
to apprehend revolutionists.
From the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Steps taken and further measures suggested by Government
to prevent revolutionary activities against Honduras.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Telegram from Tegucigalpa (text printed) regarding Hon-
duran threat to send troops into Nicaragua to apprehend revo-
lutionists if Nicaragua fails to halt their activities. U. S.
representations to Honduras against such a course. Instruc-
tions to urge Nicaragua to prevent raids from its territory.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Honduran proposal to send Foreign Minister to Nicaragua
as special envoy to ask apprehension of revolutionists and per-
mission for Honduran troops to cross border if necessary.
From the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
President's objection to proposed Honduran invasion of
Nicaraguan territory; consent to send small guard to prevent
raids on border.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Instructions to investigate persistent reports that Nicara-
guan President is permitting revolutionary plots against Hon-
duras, and if true, to make representations.
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