Señor de Azpíroz to Mr. Hay.
Washington, September 19, 1904.
Excellency: For the purposes which are expressed in the inclosures which I have the honor to transmit with this note, I call your attention to the complaint which the Mexican, Eulogio Zambrano, has presented to my Government, who was sentenced by the court of the county of Cameron, Brownsville, Tex., in the month of March of the present year, to five days’ imprisonment for theft, without the court which judged him taking into consideration the wounds which the “ranger,” McKenzie inflicted on Zambrano, in effecting his arrest.
Be pleased, etc.,
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