Letter of instructions of Secretary Frelinghuysen to the Commissioners to the Central and South American states, with inclosures: I. Mr. Frelinghuysen to Senator John F. Miller; II. Mr. Frelinghuysen to Seņor Galvan; III. Treaties now in force with the Central and South American states
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