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Massachusetts,—a circumstance which led to Judge Hoar's retirement a few months later.
The San Domingo controversy appears to have had some connection with this change.
See Gen. J. D. Cox's noticay be necessary to go?
Very faithfully yours, Hamilton Fish.
From that time until the San Domingo controversy the relations of the senator and the secretary were confidential to a remarkable department.
The relations of the President and of the senator were, up to the time of the San Domingo controversy, altogether agreeable.
An associate of the senator on the committee on foreign rp to the recognition of Cuban independence; and his subsequent urgency for the acquisition of San Domingo gives reason to suppose that the acquisition of Cuba was in his mind as an ultimate result.
en well for his reputation and to the advantage of the Administration if in the later case of San Domingo he had proved as sturdy in the maintenance of his convictions.
Sumner wrote to Cushing, Ju