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Page 58 - Sumner Welles, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. After having communicated to one another their respective full powers, which were found to be in due form, the delegates of the five Central American Powers assembled in the Conference on Central American Affairs at Washington have agreed to carry out the said purpose in the following manner:—
Page 58 - the country. And even in such a case they obligate themselves not to acknowledge the recognition if any of the persons elected as President, Vice-President or Chief of State Designate should fall under any of the following heads:— (1) If he should be the leader or one of the leaders of a coup
Page 42 - This bond is payable as to both principal and interest in gold coin of the United States of America of the present standard of weight and fineness or in
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Page 57 - 1923.) The Governments of the Republics of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, being desirous of continuing the general friendly relations which have existed between them, and of creating the most solid basis for peaceful conditions in Central America, have seen fit to conclude a general Treaty of Peace and Amity and for that purpose have named as delegates:— Guatemala : Their Excellencies
Page 42 - at the Treasury of the United States in Washington. The United States in its discretion may waive any notice required hereunder, but any such waiver shall be in writing and shall not extend to or affect any subsequent notice or impair any right of the United States to require notice hereunder. Signed on behalf of the Lords Commissioners of his
Page 253 - on the occasion of the formal incorporation of the territory in His Majesty's dominions." The new territory is thus defined by an Order in Council: " The parts of South Africa bounded by the Portuguese possessions, by the Union of South Africa to a point opposite the mouth of the river Shashi, by the river Shashi to its junction with the Tati and Ramaquaban rivers,
Page 41 - in paragraph 6 of this proposal. Great Britain will deliver definitive engraved bonds to the United States in accordance herewith within six months of receiving notice of any such request from the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, and pending the delivery of the definitive engraved bonds will, at the request of the Secretary of the Treasury of
Page 57 - being desirous of continuing the general friendly relations which have existed between them, and of creating the most solid basis for peaceful conditions in Central America, have seen fit to conclude a general Treaty of Peace and Amity and for that purpose have named as delegates:— Guatemala : Their Excellencies Seiior Don Francisco Sanchez Latour, and
Page 280 - 10. The Metropolitan Railway celebrated its Diamond Jubilee. 11. President Harding ordered the complete evacuation of the American Army from Germany. 16. Official announcement of the betrothal of the Duke of York to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne.