Title - John Black, United States Consul at Mexico City, to James Buchanan, Secretary of State of the United States. May 14, 1846
Date - May 14, 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 - By the second week of May, U.S. consul John Black had learned of the Mexican army’s attack on U.S. troops along the Rio Grande. He reported to Washington that there were rumors that Great Britain would “do all it can” to intervene in the pending contest between the United States and Mexico.