My friend, all these matters are in your hands, and as it has been written that, to my friend and to my satisfaction, there was a point of view on certain articles of the Treaty of Segowlee that applied me hard and that could be adopted, I am sure that you are committed to eliminating what may be to my pain. and that you will act in a manner that corresponds to the advantage of this state and to the strengthening of friendly relations between the two governments. . . .