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MVB to Gorham A[kin] Worth, 29 November 1819

My dear Worth,

Will you believe it I never heard untill this day a lick about your troubles although I now learn that it has been a subject of newspaper discussion (but I have my hands so full in making final disposition of your glittle great men) that I seldom look in papers out of the State), according to all appearances you have been shamefully abused. There must have been some gross misrepresentation & great address used or Mr Cheeves never could have consented to the measure. Let me know all about it & where & how I [. . .] save you & bI will due it [. . .] on it". I think I could make [. . .] appeals to the mother bank that would have weight. My best respects to Mrs. Worth & believe me to be

More than ever

Your friend


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