No. 411.
Mr. Frelinghuysen to Mr. Cramer.

No. 95.]

Sir: Referring to your No. 137 of April 18 last, in which you allude to the requirements of Swiss law in cases of expatriation, I have to say that the existence of the difficulties which you point out in the matter of collection of their claims to property by our naturalized citizens of Swiss origin further shows the necessity of adjusting the whole question by a proper treaty of naturalization between the two countries.

Your attention is called in this connection to instruction No. 7, of October 19, 1882. The requirements of the Swiss law to which you allude have been communicated to the press.

I am, &c.,