Henry Cook Hall (1820–1901)

  1. Concurrent Appointments
    1. Minister Resident (Guatemala)
      Appointed: April 17, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: July 25, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Promoted to Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary August 10, 1882
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    2. Minister Resident (El Salvador)
      Appointed: April 17, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: Officially recognized on August 7, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Promoted to Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary May 2, 1883
      • Commissioned to the “Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    3. Minister Resident (Nicaragua)
      Appointed: April 17, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: Officially recognized on August 12, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Promoted to Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary November 2, 1882
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    4. Minister Resident (Costa Rica)
      Appointed: April 17, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: November 22, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Promoted to Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary November 22, 1882
      • Presented credentials the same day as Minister Resident and as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    5. Minister Resident (Honduras)
      Appointed: April 17, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: Offically recognized on April 21, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Promoted to Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary September 26, 1882
      • Commissioned to the “Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica; resident at Guatemala City.
  2. Concurrent Appointments
    1. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (Guatemala)
      Appointed: July 13, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: August 10, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Presented recall on May 15, 1889
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    2. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (El Salvador)
      Appointed: July 13, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: May 2, 1883
      Termination of Mission: Transmitted recall by note on or shortly before May 16, 1889
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    3. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (Nicaragua)
      Appointed: July 13, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: November 2, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Presented recall on May 23, 1889
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    4. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (Costa Rica)
      Appointed: July 13, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: November 22, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Transmitted recall by note on or shortly before May 16, 1889
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras; resident at Guatemala City.
    5. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (Honduras)
      Appointed: July 13, 1882
      Presentation of Credentials: Officially recognized on September 26, 1882
      Termination of Mission: Transmitted recall by note on or shortly before May 16, 1889
      • Commissioned to “the Central American States.” Also accredited to Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica; resident at Guatemala City.