Mr. Uhl to Mr. Potter.
Washington, January 26, 1894.
Sir: You are instructed to request of the Italian Government, in pursuance of existing treaty stipulations, the extradition of Michele Delzoppo and Antonio Rinaldi, under indictment on the charge of murder committed within the State of New York, and who are now in Italy.
The President’s warrant to receive the fugitives has been issued to Frank J. McNeil, who is authorized to convey them back to the United States for trial. Mr. McNeil is also furnished with duly authenticated copy of the papers in the case.
In this connection I acknowledge the receipt of your telegram of this date, reading as follows: “Order issued; arrest Delzoppo and Rinaldi.”
I am, etc.,