Robert Troup to MVB, 3 January 1829

Robert Troup to MVB, 3 January 1829

New York.

Dear Sir.

I congratulate you on the delivery of your maiden message, to the Legislature. I have read it with attention, and am much pleased with its matter and style, and equally so with its frankness, and independence of character. I think it must prove very acceptable to the great body of your Constituents. Allow me to add my hearty wishes that your administration, thus happily begun, may be distinguished for the benefits it confers on the State, and the glory it sheds on your fame.

With the most perfect esteem

I remain; Dear Sir,

Your humble Sevt

Robert Troup

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