Mr. Seward to Count Wydenbruch.

Count: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note of this date, inquiring as to the authenticity of a telegram relative to recent events at Queretaro, published in the papers of this morning. In reply, I have the honor [Page 566] to inform you that the telegram referred to, having been received at this department from Mr. Campbell, United States minister at Mexico, who is now at New Orleans, is believed to be correct.

I avail myself of this occasion, count, to offer you a renewed assurance of my very high consideration.


Count Wydenbruck, &c., &c., &c.

Baron Beust to Count Wydenbruck.

[Received from Count Wydenbruck 29th May—half past 10 a. m.]

Renew earnestly the demand of a warm intercession of the American government for release. Answer by telegraph.


Note.—The above left at the Department of State by Count Wydenbruck.