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I now enclose you the circular, it will not be circulated untill about the first of December. I am persuaded it will draw off a few. I belive we shall get the council & am desirous that you shall not so far commit yourself that it would not be in the power of the members to take you, there are... Continue Reading
After mature examination & reflection I have engaged lodgings for you & Mrs. Evans at Mrs. Rockwells & I venture the regard of Mrs. E. upon the propriety of my choice. You have a large room very well furnished, a small bed room adjoining & Board for yourself & Mrs Evans &... Continue Reading
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... Continue Reading
I have had the honor to receive your letter inviting me to preside at the Democratic Mass meeting to be held at Albany on the second day of October.  For this mark of respect on the part of the Committee of arrangements, and for the very obliging terms in which you have been pleased to communicate... Continue Reading
Absence from home has prevented an earlier compliance with your request. I regret that it is not in my power to <refer> you to any <illegible> containing the information you desire, although I do not doubt that such an <illegible> may be found. The Chief <illegible> offices ... Continue Reading
D. War Department, December 11, 1838. Sir: The letter addressed by your excellency to the President of the United States under date of the 7th instant, was received yesterday, and referred to this Department, where it has received that respectful and earnest consideration to which the high source... Continue Reading
I have to acknowledge ^with pleasure^ the receipt of your letter explanatory of ^containing^ the reasons by which ^governd^ your course in relation to the proceedings at Baltimore. For the disposition desire it evinces that the explanation should prove satisfyactory to me of your personal regard I... Continue Reading

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