From George Davis
New York July 24th. 1801
I have the honor to enclose a part of the letters, which I am desirous to have presented to the President. The Absence of Chancellor Livingston, from the City, prevents my applying to him, at this time for a Letter on the subject.
His Excellency the Vice President, will be at Washington in a few days, and from, his personal knowledge of me I feel a confidence, of his interesting himself particularly in my behalf.
I haave [sic] only to add that should the result prove favorable to my views, no exertions, shall be wanting on my part, to merit those kind and flattering attentions, which I have received from you, and which will long be remembered with respect and gratitude. I have the honor to be with profound consideration your Mo obt servt