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  1. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 443648.
  2. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, p. 649.
  3. Continued from For. Rel. 1914: Mexico, Firing across the boundary line by Mexican troops, etc.; pp. 649655.
  4. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 655656.
  5. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 668690. See also, post, Murder of John B. McManus.
  6. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 690718. This subject is closely related to the next three, especially Taxation and Forced loans.
  7. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 718730. This subject is closely related to the next preceding and the two following.
  8. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 730758. For mining taxes, see Protection of American mining interests. For taxation of oil property, see Protection of American oil interests.
  9. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 758784. This subject is intimately connected with the three preceding it.
  10. In this connection see For. Rel. 1914, Mexico, Political Affairs, the instructions of July 23, 5 p.m.; September 22, 9 p.m.; and December 13, pp. 568569, 603 and 628629, respectively; also Protection of French Citizens and Interests, pp. 867882. See also, in this volume, Protection of French Interests, and Protection of Spanish Interests, November 16 and December 6.
  11. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, p. 784. See also, in this volume, Treatment of religious orders in Mexico, etc., p. 1004.
  12. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, pp. 784838.
  13. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, p. 867.
  14. Continued from For. Rel. 1914, p. 896.