to Mr. Evarts
Berlin , July 27, 1878. (Received August 14.)
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith (inclosure I) the report of the ministry of foreign affairs in the case of Julius Bäumer, presented in your instructions No. 442, and referred to in my dispatch No. 7. While neither the manner nor the substance of the reply can be regarded as satisfactory, since it indirectly puts forward the same claim to the right of expulsion as was made by the government of Baden in the Ganzenmüller case (dispatch No. 20), appealed from by myself and finally disavowed by Mr. Von Bülow, I do not feel at liberty to take any further steps in the matter until it has received your consideration.
I have, &c.,