Ambassador Clayton to the Secretary of State.
Mexico, March 22, 1905.
Sir: Referring to my No. 2711, of the 18th instant, and previous dispatches relative to the massacre of American citizens by the Yaqui Indians in the State of Sonora, I now have the honor to inclose a copy and translation of a note from Minister Mariscal, inclosing a copy of a telegram from the governor of Sonora, copy and translation inclosed, stating that he has always furnished escorts for the employees of the Santo Nino concern when requested to do so, and that he will continue to look out for them.
I have, etc.,
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