MVB to Abraham Miller, 1 February 1834

MVB to Abraham Miller, 1 February 1834


My dear sir:

There is certainly nothing that I could do for you with propriety and effect that I would omit. I cannot, however, write to Mr. Swartwout. On this subject, I have done so so often without success, that self-respect has compelled me to desist. I presume, however, that he has his hands full. If the expression of my wishes in behalf of your son can be of use, he may show this letter to the Collector. Wishing continued health and happiness, I am, dear sir, very truly yours.


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