Mr. Langston to Mr. Evarts.
Port au Prince, Hayti , July 25, 1879. (Received August 7.)
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith inclosed copies of two dispatches, with translations, and the replies made thereto, addressed to me by the Haytian Government.
These dispatches, according to the request made, were brought by me at once to the attention of the diplomatic corps, and upon its approval the replies returned were made.
The subjects treated in these dispatches are so grave, the attitude assumed by the government so remarkable, and the style and manner adopted by the writer, especially in the closing portions to the dispatch of the 10th instant, so unusual, that it has been deemed prudent to bring them with the replies to the attention of the department.
I am, &c.,