Asbury Dickins to Anthony Butler, 10 July 1835

Asbury Dickins to Anthony Butler, 10 July 1835

No. 98. 

Mr. Dickins to Mr. Butler

Department of State,

Washington

Sir:

Herewith you will receive copies of sundry papers relative to the seizure, at Campeachy, of the brig Ophir, under circumstances represented to have been unwarrantable. You will examine the case, and will demand that redress of the Mexican Government to which it may be found entitled.

I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,

ASBURY DICKINS, 

Acting Secretary.

Anthony Butler, Esq., 

Chargé d'Affaires of U. S., Mexico. 

List of papers sent. 

Mr. Cambreleng to Mr. Forsyth, 10th June, 1835. 

Mr. Brittingham to Mr. Issarnders, 5th May, 1835. 

Mr. John G. Delprat and others to Mr. Forsyth, 1st July, 1835. 

Mr. Perrine to Mr. Cambreleng, 19th May, 1835. 

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Editorial Note:

Enclosed in MVB to the U.S. House of Representatives, 4 July 1838 (HRExdoc 351).