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Thomas Cooper to MVB, 15 July 1825

Sir

My friend Judge W. Smith to whom Col. Hayne succeeded in the Senate at Washington from South Carolina, & Dr. Brown of Kentucky, left New York yesterday, and promised to wait for me at Albany. I have sent to every house but Crittenden’s, without learning of them. As I know Judge Smith meant to call on you, I beg you wd. have the kindness to inform my Son the bearer of this, whether you know of Judge Smith’s arrival. I propose it some time to day, when it is convenient to you to be at home, to pay my respects at your lodgings. I am with much respect

Sir,

your obedient Servant

Thomas Cooper

Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 5 (1 January 1825-3 March 1829)