Mr. Judd to Mr. Hunter
Sir: On the 6th instant a deputation from the “Berlin Workingmen’s Union,” consisting of Messrs. A. Korig, L. Hoff, R. Krebs, Robert Nouvel, and Lœhmann, presented an address of condolence in relation to the death of Mr. Lincoln.
That Union is composed of nine hundred members, and is one of the influential clubs of Berlin.
I thanked them for their kind sympathies, and promised to forward the address to the government of the United States, to be laid before the people. Annexed is a translation into English, made by the secretary, Mr. Kreismann.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
Hon. William Hunter, Acting Secretary of State, Washington, D. C.
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