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REPORTED BY MR. HITCHCOCK.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
April 29, 1914. Resolved, That there be printed as a Senate document the message from the President of the United States, dated April twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, transmitting a report of the Secretary of State in relation to the negotiation and application of certain treaties on the subject of an interoceanic canal; the message of the President of the United States, dated November sixteenth, nineteen hundred and three, with accompanying papers, included in House Document Numbered Eight, parts one and two, Fifty-eighth Congress, first session; the message of the President of the United States, dated December eighteenth, nineteen hundred and three, with accompanying papers, included in Senate Document Numbered Fifty-one, Fifty-eighth Congress, second session ; and certain letters from Jose Vicente Concha, the Colombian minister, and other papers, included in House Document Numbered Six hundred and eleven, Fiftyseventh Congress, first session; together with correspondence relating to said protocol, and that one thousand additional copies be printed for the use of the Senate. Attest:
JAMES M. BAKEB, Secretary.
MAY 23 1914
Letter, explanatory of provisions of second treaty, addressed to Hon. S. M.
Cullom, chairman Senate ('ommittee on Foreign Relations, December
Letter to Lord Pauncefote, February 22, 1901..
Letter of Mr. Lowther, August 3, 1901..
Memorandum transmitted to Mr. Lowther, August 3, 1901.
Amendments to Mr. Hay's draft of second treaty proposed by.
Letter to Mr. Lowther, September 12, 1901..
Letter to Lord Pauncefote, October 23, 1901.