1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. iii, pp. 549 580. Correspondence relating to bandit activities in 1930 is not printed, as the period was one of relative inactivity.
  2. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 656 ff.; see also “Information Regarding Nicaragua sent to the Senate”, Department of State, Press Releases, February 21, 1931 (Publication No. 164), p. 99.
  3. For previous correspondence regarding elections in Nicaragua, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 636 ff.