File No. 312.52/519.
Consul Canada to the Secretary of State.
Vera Cruz, January 28, 1915.
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the Department’s telegraphic instructions92 of January 23 regarding the killing of seven Spaniards at Esperanza and one at San Marcos, as well as other abuses and menaces in the States of Vera Cruz, Puebla and Tlaxcala, and to transmit enclosed herewith a copy and translation of the reply of the Constitutionalist Foreign Office, together with a copy of the representations made by this Consulate, a few slight changes having been made therein when quoted in Spanish by the Foreign Office.
I have [etc.]
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