Baron Fava to Mr. Foster.
Lenox, Mass., August 9, 1892. (Received August 12.)
Sir: I received just now from his excellency the Italian minister of foreign affairs, the cablegram of which I have the honor to forward herewith the copy.
By said cablegram Mr. Brin communicates to me that, having learned the United States Government’s resolution to send two men-of-war to Genoa on the occasion of the royal visit to the Columbian Exhibition, His Majesty the King, my august sovereign, directs me to be the interpreter of his deep gratification at this renewed manifestation of the reciprocal cordiality of the friendship between the two countries.