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MVB to Jesse Hoyt, 21 October 1834

My Dear Sir:

I send you with the greatest pleasure the letter you desire for our friend Phelps. I have been here for a few days where the Enemy is using very desperate efforts. I almost begin to pity the poor Whigs. Their next cognomen will be Democrats—remember what I say. I think you ought at some of your meetings, to call upon them, as our friends have done in Philadelphia, to give notice by what name they mean to pass next year.

 

In haste, very truly yours,

M. VAN BUREN.

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Source: Mackenzie, <em>Life and Times of Martin Van Buren</em>
Collection: N/A
Series: Series 7 (4 March 1833-3 March 1837)