Quincy Montezillo—29th Mar 1822—
I have recieved your favr of the 17th. Decr. Your favour of the 17th Decr. You may do what you please with my letter of 20th Decr.
I presume the Collo Troup you speak off is the gentleman whose eloquent speeches I have read with great satisfaction in the Volume of the transaction of the Convention for reforming <
your> the Constitution. It would give me pleasure to peruse all your publications, and to correspond with you on the subject of them, but I can read nothing, & scarcely write the name of your friend.—
N: Elkanah Watson Papers.