The Chargé in Mexico ( Summerlin ) to the Secretary of State
[Received September 22.]
Sir: With reference to the Department’s telegraphic instruction No. 2154 of August 14, 1 p.m., relative to the Sonora Agrarian Law, I have the honor to transcribe below, in translation, Foreign Office Note No. 002752 of August 28, 1919 (received to-day):
I have had the honor to receive your courteous note No. 1291 of the 18th instant, relative to the representations made by that Embassy, protesting against the Agrarian Law of the State of Sonora.
“In stating to you that I have addressed the corresponding authorities for appropriate action, I am pleased to renew, etc.”
I have [etc.]