Mr. Hall to Mr. Frelinghuysen.
Guatemala, February 5, 1885. (Received February 28.)
Sir: With reference to my dispatches, numbered 309 and 311, of the 15th and 22d ultimo, relating to the reported destitution and sickness among American laborers on the Atlantic coast of Guatemala, I now inclose a copy of another letter from the consular agent of the United States at Livingston, to which I respectfully invite the Department’s attention; at the same time I would repeat the suggestion I made in the above-mentioned communications in regard to sending, if practicable, a vessel of the United States to Livingston, to convey the destitute who may desire to return to New Orleans, whence they came.
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