MVB to John W. Taylor, 1 April 1814

MVB to John W. Taylor, 1 April 1814

Assembly Chamber sitting

at the head of the table on

a conference between the

two houses on a contemptible

Bank from Nyork for digging coal.

Dr Friend,

This will be handed to you by my brother who carries down the proceedings in the case of Genl. Hull. Any civilities you may shew him will be gratefully remembered.

We have nothing new of consequence. Our political prospects are the brightest possible. The eastern district presents a singular spectable. Four men of different principles if they have any principles at all are candidates. By this operation federalism must loose I think Woodworth & Van Schoonhoven will succeed. Do not forget Van Ness & write me

YCordially & ever yours


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