Investigation of Mexican Affairs: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Sixty-sixth Congress, First [-second] Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 106 Directing the Committee on Foreign Relations to Investigate the Matter of Outrages on Citizens of the United States in Mexico, Parts 18-23

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Page 3039 - If I were to try to read, much less answer, all the attacks made on me, this shop might as well be closed for any other business. I do the very best I know how — the very best I can ; and I mean to keep doing so until the end.
Page 3175 - The first chief of the constitutionalist army in charge of the executive power...
Page 3140 - State, and shall enter upon the duties of his office on the first day of December next after his election.
Page 3347 - Huerta urged that martial law obtained at the time at Tampico; that orders had been issued that no one should be allowed to land at the Iturbide Bridge; and that our sailors had no right to land there. Our naval commanders at the port had not been notified of any such prohibition; and, even if they had been, the only justifiable course open to the local authorities would have been to request the paymaster and his crew to withdraw and to lodge a protest with the commanding officer of the fleet. Admiral...
Page 2678 - No city of the new continent, without even excepting those of the United States, can display such great and solid scientific establishments as the capital of Mexico.
Page 2879 - States, by its agents, shall have the right to transport across the isthmus, in closed bags, the mails of the United States not intended for distribution along the line of communication ; also the effects of the United States government and its citizens, which may be intended for transit, and not for distribution on the isthmus, free of customhouse or other charges by the Mexican government.
Page 3128 - In the Nation is vested direct ownership of all minerals or substances which in veins, layers, masses, or beds constitute deposits whose nature is different from the components of the land...
Page 2879 - When the construction of the railroad shall be completed, the Mexican government agrees to open a port of entry, in addition to the port of Vera Cruz, at or near the terminus of said road on the Gulf of Mexico. The two governments will enter into arrangements for the prompt transit of troops and munitions of the United States, which that government may have occasion to send from one part of its territory to another, lying on opposite sides of the continent.
Page 3152 - This Constitution shall not lose its force and vigor even though its observance be interrupted by rebellion. In case that, through any public disturbance, a government contrary to the principles which it sanctions be established, its force shall be restored as soon as the people regain their liberty...
Page 3254 - Convention read the first time and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations, and, together with the message, ordered to be printed in confidence for the use of the Senate MAY 28, 1934.

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