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MVB to B[enjamin] F[ranklin] Butler, 4 February 1824

My dear Sir,

Mr Coons conduct evinces the most total disregard of all good feelings or principles. If by the time you receive this you have not red. satisfactory accounts from him I wish you would send some capable person out to take possession of all the property there belonging to me & so to dispose of it as will be most to my advantage.

In haste your friend

M.V.Buren

P. S He was to have paid $500 in the Mechanics & Farmers bank by the 1st. of Feby.

M. Van Buren

Feby 4. 1823

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Source: N New York State Library
Collection: Benjamin Franklin Butler Papers (N)
Series: Series 4 (3 December 1821-31 December 1824)