Mr. Peirce to Mr. Gresham.
St. Petersburg, October 26, 1894.
(Received November 9.)
Sir: I am to-day in receipt of a letter from the United States consul at Warsaw, dated October 23, forwarding two official documents relating to the death of Stanislaus Krzeminski.
It would appear that my request at the foreign office for telegraphic instructions to the authorities at Warsaw to expedite the investigations of the consul may have been serviceable.
The consul informs me that the small amount of money belonging to the late Krzeminski, which he received from the prison authorities, he intends to hand over to the widow, who, he says, has recently called at the consulate.
The amount of money in question is, he says, 17 roubles 28 kopecs and 3 silver pieces.
I have, etc.,