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Mr Van Buren regrets that the delicate state of his health puts it out of his power to comply with his engagement with the President for tomorrow.
Recipient: John Quincy Adams
I thank you kindly for your letter & regret that the extreme pressure of my affairs will not allow me to write you more fully. I appreciate your hint upon the subject of the publication of your letter. It was wrong & I feared you would not like it. I s[en]t it to Mr. Croswell for his information & he for once in his life followed a bad example & stuck it into the papers to my... Continue Reading
Recipient: Elias Kent Kane