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Appendix II: a senator's fidelity vindicated. this paper was printed in the North American Review, July-August, 1878. its points are given briefly ante, vol. IV. pp. 478-481. The defeated attempt to annex San Domingo to the United States, the recall of Mr. Motley from the mission to England, the removal of Mr. Sumner from the head of the committee on foreign relations, on which he had long served, the rupture of friendly intercourse subsisting between him and Mr. Fish, are likely, bo
sh had appeared by letter in the Herald, his charge against Mr. Sumner was shown to be untrue by the solemn record of the Senate.
What, then, was his duty?
He had made the charge to Ex-President Grant, who was spreading it in Europe and the United States.
He had repeated it by letters and interviews.
He had made it, not against a, living rival, but against a dead senator, one with whom he had often held sweet counsel.
The code of honor, the Christian canons, the instincts of human nature,