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Excerpt from Report Relative to the Alaskan Boundary uestion Victoria B C 15th August 1896Turning to annexures Nos 23 and 26 it will be clearly seen that Mr T F Bayard who was the United States Secretary of State in 1885 is entirely astray in is letter of instructions to the United States Ambassador at London Mr E J Phelps when National Intelligence Tests he says thatis convie tion is that it was the intention of the negotiators that the boundary line should directly follow the broad and natural channel of Portland Canal and extend if need be inland in the same direction until the range of Medical Review Vol 30 hills at or near the 56th parallel of latitude were reached He concludesis rendering of this portion of the treaty by stating it is not therefore to be conceived that this part of stating It Is Not Therefore To Be Conceived That This Part is not therefore to be conceived that this part boundary line can ever be called in uestion Etween the two governments see NoMr Phelps writing under Mr Bayard's instructions to Lord Salisbury 19th January 1886 says inter alia no writing under Mr Bayard's instructions to Lord Salisbury 19th January 1886
says inter alia no as been found in print or otherwise as far as sought of inter alia no A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary And Expositor Of The English Language has been found in print or otherwise as far as sought of circumstances attending the drawing up of the anglo russian Treaty of 1825 which would throw light on the understanding of the negotiators 011 this point The foregoing statement is not according to fact A reference to Statement D no As well as to several other annexures cannot fail to show the fallacy of the assertions both of the United States Secretary of State andis AmbassadorBy glancing at the extracts from Canadian and British newspapers which ave been discussing this boundary uestion and which I ave uoted it will
#BE SEEN THAT THEIR REMARKS ARE #seen that their remarks are and temperate The same cannot fro. .
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