Mr. Uhl to Mr.
of the United States,
August 12, 1896
(Received August 27.)
Sir: I have the honor to inclose herewith, with
translation, copy of the acknowledgment this day received from the
Imperial foreign office to my note No. 78, of August 5 last, addressed
to his excellency Baron von Rotenhan, acting Imperial secretary of state
for foreign affairs, in regard to the pending application of the Mutual
Life Insurance Company and the New York Life Insurance Company for
permission to resume business in Prussia, copy of which note accompanied
my dispatch No. 101, August 5, 1896.
I have, etc.,
[Inclosure in No.
Rotenhan to Mr. Uhl.
Referring to the note of the 5th instant, the undersigned has the
honor to inform his excellency the ambassador extraordinary and
plenipotentiary of the United States of America, Mr. Edwin F. Uhl,
that he has not failed to again call the attention of the Prussian
minister of the interior to the matter of the American life
insurance companies, “the Mutual” and “the New York.” The
undersigned has also made use of the above note for that purpose,
and he expresses the hope that he, after it has been brought to the
attention of the minister of the interior, will be able to acquaint
the ambassador with his decision at an early date.
The undersigned avails himself, etc.,