Mr. Fairchild to Mr. Evarts.
Madrid , December 2, 1880. (Received December 20.)
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your instruction No. 80, inclosing copy of a letter from Mr. Sanger to Mr. Evarts relating to the Jews in Morocco. I shall be much pleased if at any time I can be of service to that unfortunate people in that unhappy country.
It is to be hoped that the Sultan of Morocco is not well informed of all that is taking place in Europe; for if he should learn of the anti-Jewish agitation which now exists in Germany, as stated in the newspapers of the day, he may feel encouraged to increase, rather than diminish, the oppressions of the same race in his dominions. We cannot expect to find a more enlightened liberality in Morocco than exists among the highly educated people of Europe.
I have, &c.,