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Jo[h]n C. Hogeboom to MVB, 26 January 1819


The symtoms of my Daughter have for a few days been more favorable, but not to justify me to leave her any time. <regret>

I regret that I could not have been at Albany long before this, but as the time is altogether uncertain, I have this day wrote a confidential Letter to the Gov. on the subject of yourself, and have advised him that I would by the same Mail which carries his Letter inform you that I had written him. And if an interview should by both of you be considered proper the subject <illegible> <this> way can be easily introduced between you.

Very Respectfully yours

Jno. C Hogeboom

Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 3 (17 February 1815-2 December 1821)