Title - John Black, United States Consul at Mexico City, to James Buchanan, Secretary of State of the United States. March 19, 1846
Date - March 19, 1846
Publication Information - Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States: Inter-American Affairs, 1831-1860. Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, 1939
Format - Letters (correspondence)
Collection - The University of Texas at Arlington Library.
Call Number - F 1418 M273 v. 8
Description - John Slidell having left for Jalapa, U.S. consul John Black remained the only U.S. diplomatic officer in the Mexican capital. Black informed Buchanan that the British minister, Charles Bankhead, was taking a keen interest in the impasse between Slidell and the Paredes government, adding that European interference in the affairs of Mexico had caused considerable dissatisfaction among the country’s leading federalists.