Mr. Seward to Count Wydenbruck.
My Dear Count Wydenbruck: With the President’s approval I have this morning transmitted by telegraph a despatch* to Mr. Campbell, a copy of which I place in your hands. I have also communicated to Mr. Romero, the Mexican minister plenipotentiary here, the sentiments of this government in regard to the exigency apprehended in Mexico. He gives me the assurance that he will lose no time in communicating the same to the government of Mexico.
I am, my dear Count Wydenbruck, very respectfully yours,
Count Wydenbruck, &c., &c., &c.
- For enclosure see correspondence with the United States minister to Mexico.↩