From Job Wall, 4 September 1801
St. Bartholomew Sept. 4th. 1801.
The letter which you did me the honor to write me dated ⟨3th.⟩ July, covering the Presidents revocation of my Commission as Consul to the United States, did not reach me until the 22d. last month. The revocation having been made the Subject of a Proclamation, in the Public Vehicles of information, would imply a Censure, which I have not I trust Knowingly done any thing, to deserve. I have the Honor to be Sir, your most obedient Humle. Servt.