MVB to L[evi] Woodbury, 18 May 1833

MVB to L[evi] Woodbury, 18 May 1833


My dear Sir

I have been solicited by the friends of Mr Wm. A Bloodgood to say an other word to you upon the subject of his application for the appointment of Purser in the navy. I have stated to them the <result> of my former request, & have endeavoured to explain to them also your situation in respect to it. There are but few if any who have stronger claims upon the confidence & favor of the administration than Mr Bs family, & if you can consistently give them ^gratify them^, you will do an act that will be acceptable to many of the friends of the administration in this City, & to myself personally.

I am Dr. Sir

very cordially



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