Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Governor-General Weyler” in chapter 1.43, section c.1.43.32, page 137 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...t was reached when forbearance ceased to be a virtue.
Treaty obligations were scornfully violated, and our country's honor was at stake.
The circumstances were these: Consul-General Lee called on Governor-General Weyler to ask the release of an American citizen, who had been thrown into jail on some trivial charge.
Lee was courteous, and then, as always, the gentleman.
Weyler was the braggart, arrogant, contempt...
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