Mr. Baker to Mr. Gresham.
Managua, March 20, 1894. (Received, April 14.)
Sir: Complaint having been made to me by the Government of Nicaragua that Consul Braida has been actively in sympathy with the British armed occupancy of Blue fields, 1 deemed it my duty to send him the inclosed note of caution. I am persuaded that Mr. Braida has not departed from the just and conservative course which his official position demands of him, notwithstanding the provocation to retaliate for the insults offered him may have been great.
I am, etc.,