No. 3.
Mr. Bayard to Mr. Phelps.


Mr. Bayard states that Lord Sackville, in his correspondence and in frequent interviews intended to be published, has impugned the motives of the President and the Senate in regard to Canadian questions, and that his usefulness in this country is at an end. A strong public sentiment has been aroused, and Lord Salisbury should be permitted as speedily as possible to understand the necessity of immediate action.