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MVB to [Andrew] Jackson, 29 July 1833

My Dr Sir

I have recd. your last with the enclosure, & will preserve the former as a document which may in time to some have a peculiar value attached to it. I allude to the [. . .] to the <illegible> ^wishes^ of our female friend[s] I want to see our friend Mr Wright before I answer your letter about the Deposits; but will do so in person. After you have <perused> the enclosed please to seal it, and send it back to Washington, to be forwarded according to its direction, if that be the right one; which our friend <Campbell> can tell. I go to Saratoga tomorrow, & will remain there a month. Where must I address to you. Remember me kindly to all about you, & to the Ladies particularly

Your friend


Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 7 (4 March 1833-3 March 1837)