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  1. For previous correspondence concerning political affairs in China, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 503 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence regarding the threatened seizure of customs at Canton, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 551 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence concerning the Chinese Eastern Railway, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 758 ff.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 620 631.
  5. For previous correspondence regarding efforts by British and American Governments to secure acceptance of the arms embargo resolution, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 606 ff.
  6. For text of the agreement, see Foreign Relations, 1920, vol. i, p. 576.
  7. For previous correspondence regarding the Boxer indemnity, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 592 ff.
  8. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 592 605.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. i, pp. 783 826. For texts of agreements between the Federal Telegraph Company and the Chinese Government, see List of Contracts of American Nationals with the Chinese Government, etc., annex viii (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1925).
  10. For documents relating to the murder of Rev. William A. Reimert by troops under command of Gen. Chang Ching-yao, see Foreign Relations, 1920, vol. i, pp. 435, 462, 806, 810 814.