Mr. Adee to Mr. Eustis.
Washington, July 31, 1895.
Your dispatch No. 337 has been received. You will immediately and urgently represent to the Government of France that delay in furnishing official evidence and denial of access by you to Waller appears not only unjust and oppressive to the latter, but discourteous to this Government. You will therefore again call for the official evidence, and if not furnished ask for specific statement of reasons why not furnished, and if steps taken toward furnishing it you will ask that a time be fixed when it will be furnished. You will also again request access to Waller, and if the same is denied will ask for specific statement of grounds upon which such denial is based.