MVB to C[hurchill] C[aldom] Cambreleng, 6 November 1825
Nov 6th 1825
My dear Sir,
I have concluded to make no arrangement on the Subject of Quarters until I arrive in Washington. I have had conversations with Forsyth & McLane on the Subject & must see them before I determine. Those two Gentlemen, (or the former only if the latter takes his wife down) VerPlank yourself & myself would make an excellent mess. Write to the <Frenchman>. Take care of the Election & of yourself until
I I have the pleasure of seeing you. We may be disappointed but our Election prospects are g[oo]d.