Ambassador Meyer to the Secretary of State .


(Mr. Meyer states that the report of the general staff is that the Japanese prisoners of war who were in the rear have been sent forward, for exchange, to Gunjulin; on December 22, Russian style, there were 4 superior officers and 100 men, and on the 16th of December, Russian style, 34 men. There are still about 40 more Japanese prisoners in the hospitals in the rear, who will be brought, as soon as their health permits, to Harbkra and from there sent in parties to the south of Gunjulin.)