235.11 B 76/94
The Chargé in Paraguay (Dickson) to the Secretary of State
[Received December 3.]
Sir: I have the honor to refer to this Legation’s despatch No. 890 of September 23rd and in connection therewith beg to transmit herewith enclosed a copy of a translation of a letter addressed to me by Dr. Eusebio Ayala, with reference to the treaty of extradition existing between the United States and Paraguay.[Page 630]
The communication in question was written in response to an expressed desire on my part, that Dr. Ayala be good enough to explain the exact meaning of the translation in Spanish of Article II paragraph 19, and in order to make the two texts coincide, I respectfully suggest that the Department observe the notations of Dr. Ayala and instruct me with reference to such disposition as it may care to make in the premises.
I have the further honor to transmit herewith enclosed a Spanish text of the Treaty of Extradition between Paraguay and Spain9 as referred to in the translation submitted of Dr. Ayala’s letter.
I have [etc.]
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