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MVB to N[athan] Williams, 3 March 1822

My dear Sir,

I wish it was in my power to answer your enquiries as to the probable result of things at Albany, but it is not. I have done all I could to keep out of the controversy about Gov as I think I ought. I hope for the best & having had much reason to be satisfyed of the great difficulties under which party can labour with success I do not easily despond. I thank you kindly for the expression of your individual confidence & hope you will never find occasion to abandon it. We have nothing new here. I send you by this mail a report which you will find very valuable.

Your friend

M.V.Buren

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Source: NUtHi Oneida County History Center
Collection: Nathan Williams Papers (NUtHi)
Series: Series 4 (3 December 1821-31 December 1824)