James Madison Papers

Thomas Law to James Madison, December 1826

Mr Law takes the liberty of submitting to Mr Madisons perusal, a little pamphlet which is the key to a greater one, which may perhaps be posthumous. He trusts that it will amuse, if it does not give a higher satisfaction. Should it afford a moments Pleasure to Mr Madison who rendered such active services to his Country by his essential aid in forming the Constitution, Mr Law who receives daily pleasure in viewing the prosperity & happiness of all around him, will have obtained the gratification of contributing his accepted mite of gratitude—


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