No. 127.
Mr. Frelinghuysen to Mr. Everett.

No. 231.]

Sir: With reference to Mr. Sargent’s dispatch No. 264, of the 29th ultimo, concerning the case of Oscar Stern, I have to inform you that the Department has communicated the substance of Mr. Sargent’s dispatch to Mr. Hamburger, of New York, who presented the matter as Mr. Stern’s attorney.

The Department at the same time advised Mr. Hamburger, that his client, if warned by the German authorities to leave at the expiration of two years, ought not to take the risk of remaining, unless he can obtain permission to do so from the German Government, through your legation.

I am, &c.,