Mr. Judd to Mr. Seward
Sir: To-day, at 1o’clock, a deputation, composed of Count Joseph Potulreki and Mr. St. Motty, both members of the Prussian Chamber of Deputies, presented to me an address on the subject of the late terrible calamity to our nation, signed by the Polish members of the Prussian Chamber of Deputies, with a request to have the same laid before the government and people of the United States. I assured them of our full appreciation of this act of sympathy, and that I would not fail to immediately forward the address to my government. The address is herewith enclosed.
I am, sir, your obedient,
Hon. William H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington.