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|Named Person:||Ulysses S Grant; George F Seward; Ulysses S Grant; George F Seward|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Singleton Mosby; Stilson Hutchins
|Description:||1 item (3 p.)|
Written while Mosby served as United States Consul in Hong Kong, the letter briefly mentions General Grant's visit and promises an article for the Washington Post.
Mosby then gives an account of American diplomatic corruption in China which he has uncovered. He singles out U.S. minister George Frederick Seward as the chief criminal, defends his own reputation, and deplores the inaction of Congress.
- Grant, Ulysses S. -- (Ulysses Simpson), -- 1822-1885.
- Seward, George F. -- (George Frederick), -- 1840-1910.
- Diplomats -- United States -- Correspondence.
- Misconduct in office -- United States.
- Diplomatic and consular service, American -- China.
- Diplomatic and consular service, American.
- Misconduct in office.
- United States.