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S[olomon] Southwick to MVB, [c17] October 1814

Dr. Sir,

Mr. Bishop will shew you an affidavit against Buel, which he wishes to ^will^ move by way of Resolutions this morning. It charges Buel with having loaned his types knowingly & willfully to counterfeit Army Bills. That Buel committed this base & infamous crime is certain. And if the Senate, with the record of it on their Journals, can vote for his appointment—Amen!

Yours sincerely

S. Southwick

P.S. Cantine is here. I have no claims upon either of you, but if you chuse to <shove> me, between you, it can be done. I should be sorry, however, for you to injure yourself on my account. I feel grateful—very grateful—for what you have done.

S. Southwick

Octr. 1814

Solomon Southwick to MVB, c17 October 1814Solomon Southwick to MVB, c17 October 1814
Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 2 (1 January 1812-16 February 1815)