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Official positions of principal persons mentioned in the correspondence

  • Abbas Hilmi, Khedive of Egypt.
  • Albert I, King of Belgium.
  • Alfonso XIII, King of Spain.
  • Ancízar, Roberto, Colombian Secretary of Legation at Washington.
  • Anderson, Chandler P., United States Special Legal Adviser to the Embassy in Great Britain.
  • Arnold, Olney, United States Agent and Consul General at Cairo.
  • Asquith, Herbert Henry, British Prime Minister.
  • Augagneur, Jean Victor, French Minister for Marine.
  • Bailey, James G., United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in Portugal.
  • Baker, James M., Secretary of the Senate of the United States.
  • Bakhméteff, George, Russian Ambassador at Washington.
  • Barclay, Sir Colville, British Counselor of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Barros Luco, Ramón, President of Chile.
  • Bernstorff, Count Johann Heinrich von, German Ambassador at Washington.
  • Bethmann-Hollweg, Theobald Theodore Friedrich Alfred von, German Imperial Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Birch, Thomas Howard, United States Minister in Portugal.
  • Bliss, Robert Woods, United States Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in France.
  • Borghetti, Riccardo, Italian Counselor of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Bray, John P., United States Consul General at Sydney, Australia.
  • Brun, Constantin, Danish Minister at Washington.
  • Bryan, William Jennings, Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Bryn, Helmer Halvorsen, Norwegian Minister at Washington.
  • Buckner, George W., United States Minister Resident and Consul General at Monrovia, Liberia.
  • Bundy, Arthur Jones, United States Vice and Deputy Consul at Kingston, Jamaica.
  • Burleson, Albert Sidney, United States Postmaster General.
  • Burnell, Albro L., United States Vice and Deputy Consul General at Rio de Janeiro.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in Sweden.
  • Caldwell, John Lawrence, United States Minister in Persia.
  • Chamberlin, George Ellsworth, United States Consul at Georgetown, British Guiana.
  • Charles Francis Joseph, Archduke, Heir apparent to the thrones of Austria and Hungary (after June 28, 1914).
  • Charles I, King of Roumania.
  • Chinda, Viscount Sutemi, Japanese Ambassador at Washington.
  • Christian X, King of Denmark.
  • Clark, Champ, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States.
  • Clausse, Jean Roger, French Counselor of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Córdova, Gonzalo S., Ecuadorian Minister at Washington.
  • Cotten, Lt. Com. Lyman A., United States Naval Attaché at Tokyo and Peking.
  • Crommelin, J. P., Liberian Minister at London.
  • Crowe, Eyre A., Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Great Britain.
  • Cunningham, Edwin Sheddon, United States Consul General at Singapore, Straits Settlements.
  • Daniels, Josephus, Secretary of the Navy of the United States.
  • Davignon, J., Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Davis, George W., Chairman of the Central Committee of the American Red Cross.
  • Davis, J. O., Collector of Customs at San Francisco.
  • Dearing, Fred Morris, United States Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in Spain.
  • De Beaufort, Willem Hendrik, Netherland Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Decker, Benton C., Commander United States battleship Tennessee.
  • Deichman, Carl Frederick, United States Consul at Nagasaki.
  • Delcassé, Théophile, French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Diederich, Henry W., United States Consul General at Antwerp.
  • Djemal Pasha, Turkish Minister of Marine and Public Works.
  • Dominíci, Santos A, Venezuelan Minister at Washington.
  • Droppers, Garrett, United States Minister in Greece.
  • Dumba, Constantin Theodor, Austro-Hungarian Ambassador at Washington.
  • Easterling, Aldis Byron, United States Vice and Deputy Consul at Valparaiso.
  • Egan, Maurice Francis, United States Minister in Denmark.
  • Egerton, Sir Walter, Governor and Commander in Chief over the Colony of British Guiana.
  • Ekengren, W. A. F., Swedish Minister at Washington.
  • Enver Pasha, Turkish Minister of War.
  • Estrada Cabrera, Manuel, President of Guatemala.
  • Evans, Howard, Commander of United States cruiser Albany.
  • Ferdinand King of Bulgaria.
  • Findlay, Sir Mansfeldt de Cardonnel, British Minister in Norway.
  • FitzRoy, Sir Almeric William, Clerk of the British Privy Council.
  • Fletcher, Duncan U., United States Senator.
  • Fletcher, Henry Prather, United States Ambassador in Chile.
  • Francis Ferdinand, Archduke, Heir apparent to the thrones of Austria and Hungary. (Killed June 28, 1914.)
  • Francis Joseph I, Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.
  • Frost, Wesley, United States Consul at Cork.
  • Garrett, John Work, United States Special Agent in Europe.
  • Garrison, Lindley Miller, United States Secretary of War.
  • Gazzani, J. Fernando, Peruvian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • George V, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, etc., and Emperor of India.
  • Gerard, James Watson, United States Ambassador in Germany.
  • Gore, Thomas P., United States Senator.
  • Gottschalk, Alfred L. M., United States. Consul General at Rio de Janeiro.
  • Greene, Sir Conyngham, British Ambassador at Tokyo.
  • Grevstad, Nicolay A., United States Minister in Paraguay and Uruguay.
  • Grey, Sir Edward, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Gustaf V, King of Sweden.
  • Guthrie, George Wilkins, United States Ambassador in Japan.
  • Haakon VII, King of Norway.
  • Halim Pasha, Said, Turkish Prime Minister (Grand Vizier) and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Haniel von Haimhausen, Edgar K. German Counselor of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Harris, William J., Acting Secretary of Commerce of the United States.
  • Harrison, Leland, United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in Colomjbia.
  • Hartman, Charles S., United States Minister in Ecuador.
  • Havenith, Emmanuel, Belgian Minister at Washington.
  • Herrick, Myron T., United States Ambassador in France.
  • Hioki Eki, Japanese Minister in China.
  • Hitchcock, Gilbert M., United States Senator.
  • Hoffman, Arthur, President of the Swiss Confederation.
  • Hollis, William Stanley, United States Consul General at Beirut.
  • Hoover, Herbert, Chairman of Commission for Relief in Belgium.
  • Horton, George, United States Consul General at Smyrna.
  • House, Edward Mandell, Personal representative of President Wilson to the European Governments.
  • Howard, Daniel, President of Liberia.
  • Howard, Rt. Hon. Sir Esme William, British Minister at Stockholm.
  • Hsü Hsao-cheng, Chinese General.
  • Ionescu, Take, Roumanian Ex-Minister of the Interior.
  • Jackson, Jesse B., United States Consul at Aleppo.
  • Jagow, Gottlieb von, German Secretary of State.
  • Jay, Peter Augustus, United States Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in Italy.
  • Jemal, Colonel, Turkish Commander of Army Corps at Damascus.
  • Johnson, Cone, Solicitor for the Department of State.
  • Jones, John Edward, United States Consul General at Genoa.
  • Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine Jules., French Ambassador at Washington.
  • Kahn, Julius United States Representative in Congress.
  • Kai Fu Shah, Chinese Minister in Washington.
  • Kato, Baron Masuo, Japanese Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Kehl, John E., United States Consul at Saloniki.
  • Kemp, Edwin Carl, United States Consul at St. Pierre.
  • Knabenshue, Paul, United States Vice and Deputy Consul General at Cairo.
  • Kracker von Schwartzenfeldt, Dorotheus, German Minister in Colombia.
  • Kuli Khan, Ali (Nabil-ed-Dovleh), Persian Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Langhorne, Marshall, United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in the Netherlands and Luxemburg.
  • Lansing, Robert, Counselor for the Department of State and Acting Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Lathrop, Lorin Andrews, United States Consul at Cardiff.
  • Law, Andrew Bonar, Leader of the Opposition in the British House of Commons.
  • Lay, Julius G. United States Consul General at Berlin.
  • Listoe, Soren United States Consul General at Rotterdam.
  • López Muñoz, Antonio, Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Lorillard, George L., United States Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in Argentina.
  • Loudon, Jonkheer J., Netherland Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Lowther, Sir Henry Crofton, British Minister at Copenhagen.
  • Macchi di Cellere, Count Vincenzo, Italian Ambassador at Washington.
  • MacMurray, John Van Antwerp United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in China.
  • Magruder, Alexander Richardson, United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in Denmark.
  • Mallet, Sir Claude Coventry, British Minister Resident in Panama and Costa Rica.
  • Mallett, Frank Earle, United States Vice and Deputy Consul General at Budapest.
  • Manning, Isaac A., United States Consul at Barranquilla, Colombia.
  • Mansfield, Robert E., United States Consul General at Vancouver.
  • Marye, George Thomas, United States Ambassador in Russia.
  • Matsuda Genji, Member of the House of Representatives of Japan.
  • McAdoo, William Gibbs, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
  • McGoodwin, Preston Buford, United States Minister in Venezuela.
  • McMillin, Benton, United States Minister in Peru.
  • McReynolds, James Clark, United States Attorney General.
  • Mehmed V, Sultan of Turkey.
  • Mellor, Sir John Paget, British Procurator General.
  • Méndez, Joaquin, Guatemalan Minister at Washington.
  • Metz, Herman A., United States Representative in Congress.
  • Morales, Eusebio A., Panaman Minister at Washington.
  • Morgan, Edwin Vernon, United States Ambassador in Brazil.
  • Morgan, Henry H., United States Consul General at Hamburg.
  • Morgenthau, Henry, United States Ambassador in Turkey.
  • Morris, Ira Nelson, United States Minister in Sweden.
  • Morris, Leland Burnett, United States Vice and Deputy Consul General and Interpreter at Smyrna.
  • Müller, F. von, German Minister at The Hague.
  • Murphy, George H., United States Consul General at Cape Town.
  • Naón, Rómulo S., Argentine Minister at Washington.
  • Nathan, Edward Isaac, United States Consul at Mersina.
  • Newton, Byron R., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury of the United States and Acting Secretary.
  • Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia.
  • Osborne, John E., Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Owen, Robert L., United States Senator.
  • Page, Thomas Nelson, United States Ambassador in Italy.
  • Page, Walter Hines, United States Ambassador in Great Britain.
  • Peet, William Wheelock, Trustee of American College for Girls at Constantinople and Chairman of the Administrative Committee on Near East Relief.
  • Penfield, Frederic Courtland, United States Ambassador in Austria-Hungary.
  • Peters, Andrew J., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
  • Pezet, Federico Alfonso, Peruvian Minister at Washington.
  • Pfeiffer, John, President Perth Amboy Board of Trade.
  • Piazzek, D. F., Vice President of the Board of Trade of Kansas City.
  • Poincaré, Raymond, President of France.
  • Radoslavoff, Vassil, Prime Minister of Bulgaria.
  • Redfield, William Cox, Secretary of Commerce of the United States.
  • Reinsch, Paul Samuel, United States Minister in China.
  • Riaño y Gayangos, Juan, Spanish Ambassador at Washington.
  • Rifaat Bey, Turkish Minister of Finance.
  • Ritter, Paul, Swiss Minister in United States.
  • Rodd, Sir Rennell, British Ambassador at Rome.
  • Romanones, Alvaro de Figueroa y Torres, Count, Spanish Premier.
  • Ross, Alexander Carnegie, British Consul General at San Francisco.
  • Salinas, Manuel, Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Saltaneh, Alaos, Persian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • San Giuliano, Marquis A. Di, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Savage, John Marbacher, United States Consul at Sheffield.
  • Sazonov, S. D, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Schack, Von, German Vice Consul and Acting Consul General at San Francisco.
  • Schliemann, A., Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Schmedeman, Albert George, United States Minister in Norway.
  • Sharp, William Graves, United States Ambassador in France.
  • Shukri Bey, Turkish Minister of Public Instruction.
  • Skinner, Robert P., United States Consul General at London.
  • Snodgrass, John Harold, United States Consul General at Moscow.
  • Sprague, Richard Louis, United States Consul at Gibraltar.
  • Spring Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur, British Ambassador at Washington.
  • Stephens, John H., United States Representative in Congress.
  • Stewart, Samuel Vernon, Governor of Montana.
  • Stimson, Frederic Jesup, United States Ambassador in Argentina.
  • Stovall, Pleasant Alexander, United States Minister in Switzerland.
  • Streit, Georgios, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Suárez, Marco Fidel, Colombian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Suárez-Mujica, Eduardo, Chilean Ambassador at Washington.
  • Sukhomilinof, Gen. W. A., Russian Minister of War.
  • Sun Pao-ch’i, Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Sweet, Edwin Forrest, Acting Secretary of Commerce of the United States.
  • Talaat Bey, Turkish Minister of Interior.
  • Thompson, Robert J., United States Consul at Aix-la-Chapelle.
  • Van Dyke, Henry, United States Minister in the Netherlands and Luxemburg.
  • Venizelos Eleutherios, Greek Prime Minister and Minister of War and Marine.
  • Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy.
  • Vopicka, Charles J., United States Minister in Roumania, Servia, and Bulgaria.
  • Wallenberg, Knut Agathon, Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Watson, John Jordan Crittenden, United States Consul at Roubaix.
  • Whitehouse, Sheldon, United States Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in Greece and Montenegro.
  • Whitlock, Brand, United States Minister in Belgium.
  • Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia.
  • Willard, Joseph Edward, United States Ambassador in Spain.
  • Williams, John Sharp, United States Senator.
  • Wilson, Charles Stetson, United States Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in Russia.
  • Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, President of the United States.
  • Wyndham, Percy C., British Minister in Colombia.
  • Wyvell, Manton M., Private Secretary to the Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Yoshihito (Harunomia), Emperor of Japan.
  • Young, George William, United States Deputy Consul General and Interpreter at Constantinople.
  • Zimmermann, Alfred, German Undersecretary of State.
  • Zupelli, Vittorio, Maj. Gen., Italian Minister of War.
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