No. 114.
Mr. Frelinghuysen to Mr. Lowell


[The Secretary of State refers to his telegram of the 4th instant expressive of the President’s wishes as to early trials, and states that the President, though desirous of not seeming unreasonable, would be relieved if, without having to wait for general action regarding coercion act cases, he could inform Congress that his request regarding the Americans has been complied with.]