Mr. Taylor to Mr. Gresham.
Madrid, January 4, 1895. (Received January 18.)
Sir: In my No. 239, of the 29th of September last, I had the honor to inform you that I had addressed a note to Señor Moret, the late minister of state, informing him of his failure to answer your note of the 22d of June as to the payment of the Mora claim. On the 1st of October Señor Moret replied that an answer would be given as soon as he could consult the whole council of ministers on the subject. Failing to receive a further reply, owing, no doubt, to the recent change in the ministry of state, I addressed to Señor Groizard a note, of which I inclose a copy herein. I have today received his reply, a copy of which is also inclosed, with translation.
Awaiting your further instructions, I am, etc.,