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I have the honor of communicating to you a copy of my correspondence with mr. Crawford to serve as a defence of my determination to wait for your official instructions with respect to my Consular powers. My removal from office, in the manner which I have described appeared to me to be an abuse of delegated authority: for if mr. Crawfords powers in relation to me were discretionary, as would...
my silence for the last five years has arisen from an inflexible consciousness of the rectitude of my whole conduct in relation to our government. I did indeed hope that the secret plans of intrigue and calumny, which time has now unravelled, would have long since lost their force; and that the government of the United States, when duly informed, would not have delayed a day in making...