The Secretary of State to the Minister in Haiti (Armour)
Sir: There is transmitted herewith the President’s authorization76 empowering you to negotiate, conclude and sign the proposed Treaty of Relations between the United States and the Republic of Haiti, transmitted in the Department’s telegraphic instruction No. 28 of May 15, 1934, as modified by the Department’s telegraphic instructions No. 32 of May 21, 1934, and No. 33, May 22, 6 p.m.[Page 362]
Upon the enactment of the law of sanctions governing the sale of the bank and the receipt of letters “A” and “B” from the Haitian Government, drafts of which were enclosed with your letter of May 10, 1934, to Mr. Wilson, with the modifications in letter “A” set forth in the Department’s telegraphic instructions Nos. 28 of May 15 and 32 of May 21, 1934, you may transmit the attached replies to the Haitian Government and immediately thereafter sign the treaty.
Very truly yours,
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