Thomas Suffern to MVB, 9 November 1833

Thomas Suffern to MVB, 9 November 1833


Dear Sir

You are informed by the publick journals the favourable result of our recent Elections which is extremely gratifying to the friends of the President and yourself here, may I ask [t]he favour of your Conveying to the President my sincere affection & respect, it will be very gratifying to Mrs Suffern & myself should it suit your Convenience to favour us with your Company agreeably to the enclosed date.

With much Sincerity

I am your friend

Thomas Suffern


[In Andrew Jackson's hand]: from his information he is from the same family of my father AJ

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