Statement of Prof. Jacob H. Hollander Before the Committee on Foreign Relations on Wednesday, January 16, in Reference to the Debt of Santo Domingo

Statement of Prof. Jacob H. Hollander Before the Committee on Foreign Relations on Wednesday, January 16, in Reference to the Debt of Santo Domingo

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...sterling, the 20th September, 1888, in order to give to the Dominican Government the possibility to free the customs, with the express obligation to hand over at latest on the 15th November, into the hands of the said Messrs. Westendorp & Company, or their representatives," and further on in the same article, instead of "after a delay of six months," it shall say, "Dispose for a larger sum than 10,000, ten thousand pounds, the 1st November, and of $10,000 the 1st December next," and lastly, instead of "after the said six months' shall have run out," it shall read "from the 15th January, 1889." In article 28, instead of "diplomatic agents in Holland, London, & Belgium," it shall read "diplomatic agents in Holland and Belgium, in England and in Germany." All the other clauses and drawings up in the contract of the 14th July, 1888, remain the same, the actual modifications are considered as being an integral part of the said contract, in virtue of which the contracting parties append their signature to the present additional agreement. Executed in duplicate in Amsterdam, the 16th day of August, 1888. (Signed) Eugenio Generoso Marchena, Financial Agent of the Dominican Government in Europe. (Signed) Westendorp & Co. CONFIRMATORY LAW. The National Congress in the name of the Republic: After the three constitutional readings ana the declaration of urgence and public utility, Considering that in virtue of the faculty which the section 11 of article 25 of the Constitution grants to the Executive, the National Congress has, by its decree of 27 March last, fully and definitely authorized the Executive to make and conclude all fiscal negotiations and to take all...show more

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