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I have therefore informed the Porte,
in effect, that I claimed the right to be
informed of the facts on which arrest
of native teachers in American Schools
is based, and to judge if a prima facie
case of guilt is established before bail
can be refused. A copy of my note is
enclosed for your information. I will
not press this claim beyond the bounds
of prudence until at present, but await
your instructions. Certainly my right
to first judge whether a prima facie case
of guilt is made out before bail can be
refused, could not be asserted as against a
civilized Government; its only foundation
is in the necessity of protecting Missionary
enterprises and their propert. Dr Dwight
the chief representative here of Missionary

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