to Mr. Frelinghuysen.
Berlin, March 27, 1882. (Received April 12.)
Sir: Referring to your instruction No. 301 of the 8th ultimo, and my reply to the same of the 23d ultimo, I have the honor now to inclose the correspondence between this legation and the foreign office on the subject of the importation of pork products, by which it will be seen that the German Government refuses to modify its prohibitive decree of the 25th June, 1880, so as to allow the consignment of pigs’ tongues from William Archdeacon & Co. and the brawn of Messrs. Armor & Co., of Chicago, to enter Germany.
I have, &c.,