Mr. Hay to Mr. Griscom.
Washington, April 14, 1904.
Sir: I inclose herewith for your information a copy of a dispatch from Mr. Lambert, vice-consul, in charge of the American consulate [Page 446]at Tamsui, reporting the punitive measures taken against the Botel Tobago natives for their ill treatment of the crew of the American ship Benjamin Sewall.
You will call the attention of the Japanese Government to the three suggestions which Mr. Lambert makes.
I am, etc.,
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