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A Great Bargain. The subscriber offers for sale, a FARM, in the town of Kinderhook, containing 130 acres, with great improvements thereon. Description is considered unnecessary, as the purchaser will examine the property. It will be sold cheap.
"By M. Van Buren Esq. The town of Granger—She has broke the fetters which bound her to unjust domination—we hail her emancipation."
The language which you used respecting me and my conduct in court, last Saturday evening, renders it necessary that I call on you for such explanation, apology, or satisfaction, as one gentleman when thus injured has a right to demand from another. My friend, Mr. Grosvenor, who will hand you this, is authorized to confer with you, or any one designated by you, on the subject, and to make such... Continue Reading
Not having received an answer to the note which I had the honor of addressing to you yesterday, by my friend Mr. Grosvenor—You will readily perceive that there is but one course left. Mr. Grosvenor is fully authorized on the subject, and I presume you or your friend, will arrange it for as early a day as possible.
MARTIN VAN BUREN having insulted me in Court, and upon application, having refused me the satisfaction due to a gentleman,—I publish him to the world, a Liar, and a Coward.