H[enry] Meigs to MVB, 10 April 1820
April 10th. 1820.
I have communicated the papers sent by you relative to several Post Offices, to the Post Master General, with my earnest solicitation for his immediate & effectual interference. He will do all that can be done. His determination has been already announced, last week to the Post Masters, to remove instantly any and Post Master who impedes the due circulation of papers & Letters. You may rely upon his disposition to do right in these respects.
I am truly yr respectful friend
& ob Sert.
April 10th 1820
The rascally Postmaster