Mr. Uhl to Mr. Sherman.
Berlin , June 3, 1897 . (Received Jane 18.)
Sir: Relating to my dispatch No. 337, of April 30 last, I have the honor to inform you that as no reply has been received from the German foreign office to my note of that date, in the case of Alfred Meyer, I have again invited Baron von Marschall’s attention to the case and have requested that an early disposition of it may be made, and that the speedy release may be ordered of this native-born American citizen, who has already been held to involuntary service in the German army for more than eight months.
I have, etc.,