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insisted that he was the friend of Mr. Motley; while, as if it was not enough to insult one Massachusetts citizen in the public service, the same document, after a succession of flings and sneers, to the absent, who cannot be permitted to suffer unjustly—duty to a much-injured citizen of Massachusetts, who may properly look to a Senator of his State for protection against official wrong—duty is standing among the most cultivated of the age. I assure you, my dear Sir, that the men of Massachusetts, who gave you more than 75,000 majority, are proud to number Mr. Motley among their most lov opposition to the Santo Domingo treaty.
His removal will be regarded by the Republicans of Massachusetts as a blow not only at him, but at Mr. Sumner.
There has been much feeling about the treataps Mr. Sumner may have said things that may have been distasteful to you, but the people of Massachusetts are with him as ten to one.
Holding on general principles that the prominent interests of t