James Madison Papers

To James Madison from William Pinkney, 26 April 1808


April 26th. 1808

⟨Dr⟩ Sir,

I intended to have forwarded by ⟨this⟩ opportunity (via Liverpool) a Duplicate of ⟨my p⟩rivate Letter of Yesterday, as well as of my ⟨pub⟩lic Letter of the 24th., actually enclosed; ⟨bu⟩t there is not Time to have it copied. ⟨The⟩ orginals go by the Jane for Philadelphia. ⟨I⟩ transmit, however, another newspaper Copy ⟨of⟩ the Instruction to B. Cruizers remarked ⟨upon⟩ in that Letter. I have the Honor to be with sincere attachment My dear Sir Your most Obedient humble Servant

Wm: Pinkney

DNA: RG 59--DD-Diplomatic Despatches, Great Britain.

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