MVB to [Levi] Woodbury, [c21 February 1834]
My dear Sir
I wish you would <illegible> a Kind note that I may send to the Lady as I cannot do better for her son.
The <illegible> letter is from a sensible man and cool observer. I have not the shadow of a doubt that the description he gives of public sentim[. . .] is correct to the letter. Take into the account that he was once a Federalist & it makes the <illegible> stronger.
[In Andrew Jackson's hand]:
To be sent to Mr. Woodbury AJ