1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1926, vol. ii, pp. 780 823.
  2. See also pp. 285 ff., especially telegram No. 124, May 5, 11 a.m., from the Minister in Nicaragua, p. 339. For previous correspondence concerning supervision of elections in Nicaragua, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. ii, pp. 487 ff.
  3. See also pp. 285 ff., especially the letter of May 11, 1927, from Col. Henry L. Stimson, personal representative of the President of the United States, to General Moncada, leader of the revolutionary forces, p. 345.
  4. See also pp. 285 ff., especially letter of May 11, 1927, from Col. Henry L. Stimson to General Moncada, p. 345.