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Hon. Robert Lansing, appointed Secretary of State.
8 EUROPEAN WAR. UNITED STATES-AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. United States informed Austria-Hungary that Ambassador Constantin Theodor Dumba was no longer acceptable to the American Government because of his attempt to instigate strikes in American manufacturing plants engaged in the production of war supplies for the allies. Dr. Dumba presented letter of recall Sept. 28. N. Y. Times, July 3, 4; Sept. 10; Sept. 29.
9 EUROPEAN WAR. UNITED STATES-GERMANY. The German Government handed note to the American ambassador informing him that the Orduna had been fired upon by mistake. N. Y. Times, Sept. 13, 14.
10 MEXICO. General Carranza rejected the peace proposals of the United States and the Central and South American governments. N. Y. Times, Sept. 11.
16 UNITED STATES-HAITI. A treaty signed at Port au Prince which is understood to provide for American supervision of Haitian finances and constabulary. N. Y. Times, Sept. 22.
19 EUROPEAN WAR. UNITED STATES-GERMANY.
plied to the American note of August 13th (10th) naming Dr. Kepny, of Bremen, Director of the North German Lloyds, as expert on the part of Germany to assess damages for the destruction of the William P. Frye, and accepting the American proposals regarding the submission to the Hague Tribunal of questions relating to the interpretation of the treaties of 1785, 1799 and 1828. It is further agreed by Germany not to destroy American vessels carrying conditional contraband, if it is not possible to take them into port, but the right is reserved to destroy such vessels carrying contraband, wherever such destruction is permissible under the Declaration of London. Text issued by U. S. Dept. of State.
24 EUROPEAN WAR. UNITED STATES-AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. from Austria-Hungary in answer to the American note of August 16, regarding the sale of munitions of war to belligerents. N. Y. Times, Sept. 27.
RATIFICATIONS, ADHESIONS, DENUNCIATIONS
AGRICULTURE. International Institute of. Rome. May 26, 1906.
Colombia, March 24, 1915. R. gén. de dr. int. pub., 22:239.
POSTAL CONVENTION. Rome, May 26, 1906.
Spain, April 20, 1914. Monit., 1914:2809.
Ecuador, March 24, 1915. R. gén. de dr. int. pub., 22:239.
South Nigeria, by Great Britain, from Jan. 12, 1916. R. gén. de dr. int. pub., 22:240.
RADIOTELEGRAPH. London, July 5, 1912.
Brazil, Dec. 18, 1914. R. gén. de dr. int. pub., 22:239.
WHITE SLAVE CONVENTION. Paris, May 4, 1910.
Belgium, July 30, 1914. R. gén. de dr. int. pub., 22:238;
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