James Madison Papers

Robert Walsh Jr. to James Madison, 16 November 1826

Philadelphia Novr. 16. 1826

Dear Sir

I venture to solicit your attention to the Prospectus on the other leaf. My object is to mention that, in case you should be at any time disposed to communicate any part of your rich store of facts and reflections to the Public, whatever you may write will be received into the new Review with particular pride and satisfaction. The booksellers ha<ve> induced me to become the editor of the work; & I undertake it chiefly, with a view to the excitement of the able & well-stored minds of the Country. I avail myself of this opportunity to renew the homage of my profound respect, & am, Dear Sir, faithly.your obt. servt.

Robert Walsh Jr.

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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