to Mr. Frelinghuysen.
Lima, October 24, 1883. (Received November 17.)
Sir: Mr. Iglesias came in yesterday afternoon from Ancon. The city was gay with bunting, householders being required to display flags.
A large crowd assembled to see the arrival, and the event upon the whole may be considered favorable.
I have not yet received the copy of the principal articles of the treaty of peace. It has been promised since Monday by a friend of Mr. Iglesias, and some difficulty apparently attends procuring it.
I have, &c.,