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  1. For previous correspondence concerning relations with the Provisional Government, see ibid., pp. 416 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence concerning relations with the Soviet Ambassador, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 443 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence concerning efforts to prevent the traffic in arms with China, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 530 ff.
  4. See also sections entitled “Participation by the United States in efforts to solve problems arising from the disturbances at Shanghai, May 30, 1925,” and “Intensification of antiforeign feeling in Canton after the firing at Shameen,” pp. 647 ff. and 749 ff.
  5. The powers represented at the Conference were China, the United States, Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden.

    The American delegates were John V. A. MacMurray and Silas H. Strawn; the American technical advisers were Mahlon F. Perkins, Stanley K. Hornbeck, and Arthur H. Evans.

  6. For previous correspondence regarding the meeting of the Commission on Extraterritoriality in China, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 521 ff.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 570 580.
  8. For previous correspondence concerning the remission of the Boxer. Indemnity, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. i, pp. 551 ff.