Mr. Bayard to Mr. Parkhurst.

No. 22.]

Sir: Referring to previous correspondence concerning the Sambolino extradition case, I inclose herewith for your information a copy of a letter from the district attorney at New York reporting that Sambolino has been convicted of the crime of forgery and sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor for ten years.

I am, etc.,

T. F. Bayard.
[Inclosure in No. 22.]

Mr. Fellows to Mr. Bayard.

In the matter of Adolph Sambolino, a fugitive from justice of this State.

Sir: The above named fugitive, who was extradited from Belgium pursuant to a request made by the Department of State in October last, and was brought to this State by Charles Heidelberg of the municipal police, by virtue of the President’s warrant authorizing the delivery of the said Sambolino to him, was on the 29th day of January ultimo, at a term of the court of general sessions of the peace of the city and county of New York., before the Hon. Frederick Smyth, recorder of the said city of New York and justice of the said court, in due form of law, convicted by the verdict of the jury of the foregoing, upon which his extradition was granted, upon an indictment for that offense found by the grand jury of this county, and afterwards, and on the 1st day of February instant, was sentenced by the said court to imprisonment in the State prison at hard labor for the term of ten years.

I am, etc.,

John R. Fellows.