MVB to David Ellicott Evans, c28 September 1820

MVB to [David Ellicott Evans], [c28 September 1820]

My dear Evans,

I have last evening returned from a roving Jaunt every where & lastly from Newyork where your friends entertain the same affectionate regard for you ^and Mrs. Evans^ they were want to do. Mrs. Livingston & Mrs. Hunter will spend the Winter in Albany & insist on Mrs. Evans doing so also. I mention my peregrination as an apology for not writing to you often[er]. Have you seen Willson & is the matter we conversed about arranged between you, I go to the term at Utica & must before I go, know exactly how that matter stands. I will leave here on the 12th October if you have not time after you receive this to write me here direct to Utica, but seal well & prefer a private opportunity if one offers. I have very frequently in my travels heard a wish expressed by your friends that you should have no concern in Mr Churchs project. Make my best respects to Mrs. Evans

& believe me to be

Most affectionately yours

M.V.Buren

Docket:

M.V.Buren

Oct 1

Septem 1820

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