Manuel Mayol to Mr. Giro .


Citizen Consul: Availing ourselves of the generous offer you made to us in your letter of the 10th instant, I take the liberty to trouble you with the annexed manifesto, that you may send it, as you politely offered to do, to the minister of your nation in Madrid, who will send it with safety and despatch to its place of destination.

Although it has but six signatures, it is none the less certain that it is the will of the democracy of this town, whose signatures we have not taken the trouble to collect because it would make the document too large.

With that intent, I have the honor to be, &c., &c.,