Count Wydenbruck to Mr. Seward.
Mr. Secretary of State: I thank you for your obliging communication of the 9th instant, (8th.) As soon as the answer to Captain Roe’s application shall be known to you, may I hope that you may have the goodness to have it telegraphed to me, in order that my court may be informed of its tenor without loss of time ?
I have the honor to remain, Mr. Secretary of State, with the highest consideration, your obedient servant,
Hon. William H. Seward, &c., &c., &c.