[Extract.]

Mr. Seward to Mr. Dickinson.

No. 101.]

Sir: Your dispatch, No. 144, of December 23, 1867, inclosing a copy of your note to the minister of foreign affairs of Nicaragua, and a translation of his reply, in regard to the questions in dispute between that country and Great Britain, growing out of the Mosquito territory, has been received.

I have caused copies of the aforementioned correspondence to be transmitted to Charles Francis Adams, esq., United States minister at London.

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I am, sir, your obedient servant,

WILLIAM H. SEWARD.

A. B. Dickinson, Esq., &c., &c., &c.

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