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Secretary of legation

SECRETARY OF LEGATION. An officer employed to attend a foreign mission, and to perform certain duties as clerk.
     2. His salary is fixed by the act of congress of May 1, 1810, s. 1, at such a sum as the president of the United States may allow, not exceeding two thousand dollars.
     3. The salary of a secretary of embassy, or the secretary of a minister plenipotentiary, is the same as that of a secretary of legation.

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