MVB to Jesse Hoyt, 3 February 1827

MVB to [Jesse Hoyt], 3 February 1827


My Dear Sir:

Being entirely free from ENDORSEMENTS now, and my situation rendering it highly proper that I should remain so, I did not suppose I could have been again drawn into them. YOUR CASE, HOWEVER, DOES NOT ADMIT OF HESITATION. Wishing you all sorts of happiness,

I remain your sincere friend, 


Note: Because this document is only a verified first-pass transcription, it and the document metadata may still contain errors.