Mr. Eustis to Mr. Olney.
Paris, July 18, 1895. (Received July 29.)
Sir: I have the honor to transmit a copy and translation of Mr. Hanotaux’s letter of the 10th of July, in answer to mine of the 22d of June, also a copy of my reply.
I considered his letter of the 10th of July so inconclusive and so unsatisfactory, as compared with his declarations made in previous communications upon the question of furnishing a copy of the evidence in the Waller case, that I came to the conclusion that no result could be accomplished by a continuation of our correspondence upon this question without further instructions from my Government.
I have, etc.,