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MVB to James Monroe, 5 January 1822

Sir,

The enclosed letters explain our wishes & the object of this application. If the delay we ask can be granted we would be much obliged by being apprized of it in season to write home by tomorrows mail. Sensible of the deep interest which our Citizens will for a variety ^of reasons^ take in the question I would much regret a decision without affording them a farther opportunity to be farther heard.

With great respect your

obedient & very hble

Servt.

M.V.Buren

P.S. If proper I wish the letters may be returned to me

No. 5

M. VBun

   to

The Presidnt

Printed in Albany (N.Y.) Argus, 22 January 1822, p. 2.

MVB to James Monroe, 5 January 1822MVB to James Monroe, 5 January 1822MVB to James Monroe, 5 January 1822
Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 4 (3 December 1821-31 December 1824)