Mr. Breckinridge to Mr. Olney.

No. 407.]

Sir: Referring to my No. 379, of September 2, I now have the honor to inclose copy of a letter of the 7th instant from our consul at Warsaw, saying that Mr. Henry Topor, whom the Russian Government had [Page 529] consented to release on account of incurable illness and mental unsoundness, upon condition that he be furnished an escort to the United States, has already left for America.

This brings to an end my efforts to facilitate Mr. Topor’s departure, and I presume closes the case.

I have, etc.,

Clifton R. Breckinridge.
[Inclosure in No. 407.]

Mr. Rawicz to Mr. Breckinridge.

Sir: I beg to acknowledge yours of 26th ultimo, in answer to mine of 18th (s. m.), and in answer to your communication of 2d ultimo, in re Henry Topor (Baritsky), United States citizen detained here. I can inform you now that he left for America already, with the assistance of his relatives, what [which] was communicated to me by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Divorakowska, of this city.

Your obedient servant,

Joseph Rawicz,
United States Consul.