Mr. Everett to Mr. Calhoun.
Sir: * * * * * * *
A person very high in the confidence of the government, but not belonging to it, informed me a day or two since that he con*sidered the view of the Oregon question lately delivered on the subject in Boston by Mr. William Sturgis as fair and candid. Mr. Sturgis’s pamphlet regarded by a friend of the British ministry as fair and candid.
John C. Calhoun, Esq., Secretary of State.[Page 37]