MVB to Andrew Jackson, 8 August 1833

MVB to A[ndrew] Jackson, 8 August 1833

Saratoga Springs

My dear Sir

I enclose you a letter from our friend Forsyth, which, as you may not be able to read I will interpret for you. It seems that he is going to Georgia to meet his enemies, & thinks it preferable with that view, that the arrangement proposed to him in respect to the Russian mission be rescinded, trusting that when a vacancy occurs you will, if you think his services important <illegible> give him the option. To all which there cannot I presume be any objection. Remember me to your Household.

I am Dr Sir

very truly yours

M.VanBuren

Enclosure:

John Forsyth to MVB, 4 August 1833

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