In charge at the year-old Paris legation
was Jean McKenzie, New Zealand's first woman diplomat.
When Collin de Plancy, the French Commissaire, learned of his employee's situation, he immediately dispatched the legation
's Korean soldiers to So's residence, where they released the employee and arrested the nobleman.
But that did not satisfy Iran, which ordered its legation
in Washington to close down and come home--although it allowed the American legation
to remain in Tehran and thus did not break diplomatic relations.
115, Rapport de la Legation
de Roumanie a Athenes, le 26 mai / Juin 7,1882.
Today, the legation
houses the Tangier American Legation
Institute for Moroccan Studies (TALIM), whose board is composed of scholars, diplomats and leaders from the private sector.
In Kabul in the 1920s, following Britain's third military assault on Afghanistan, a classical legation
house was built, designed by Basil Sullivan, which Lord Curzon, Foreign Secretary, was determined to make the best such house in Asia.
In each phase of his legation
, Gregory seems to have spent considerable energy resolving the internal disputes in each kingdom and settling major controversies between them.
The Boxer Uprising of 1899-1900 was a milestone of modern Chinese history, a seminal incident of popular antiforeignism that led to the siege of the foreign legations
in Beijing and an eight-nation international expedition sent to the rescue.
Officials at the legation
in Lisbon advised against the Paris route because gasoline was scarce and the Nazis unlikely to permit a drive into Germany.
Another letter addressed to Sulu Datu Punjungan Kiram from the British Legation
in Manila dated October 18, 1950 confirms the legation
's preparedness to pay the sultanate the sum of 1,301.79 pesos in cession money was also presented by the sultanate to the CBCP.
The Canaries host Everton today, holding a six-point cushion above the re legation
Mansour rejected Syrian ambassadorial legation
in Lebanon in order not to antagonize Assad's regime.