The Minister in Panama (South) to the Secretary of State
[Received September 30.]
Sir: With reference to the Legation’s despatch No. 3006 of August 3, 1929,13 and previous correspondence concerning the Panaman protest against certain sales by Canal Zone commissaries and the renewed discussion of the 1926 Treaty arising therefrom, I have the honor to enclose herewith a copy and translation of a note, D. D. No. 1481 of September 17th received from Dr. Ricardo A. Morales, the Acting Secretary of Foreign Relations, in reply to Mr. Muse’s note, No. 994, of July 25th, delivered in accordance with the Department’s instruction No. 767 of July 16, 1929.
The gist of the enclosed note is that the Panaman Government wishes the Treaty of 1926 to be reconsidered integrally.
No mention of this note has thus far appeared in the press.
I have [etc.]
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