Richmond 14th Aug. 1829.
Mrs Stanard’s respectful compliments to Mr Madison, and begs leave to inform him that she has procured a genteel and pleasantly situated house on Main Street within a short distance of the Capitol between the Banks and the Merchants Coffee House for the accommodation of Members to the approaching Convention. She will have eight well furnished Chambers prepared, with every other convenience to render her establishment desirable.
N. B. The house is well adapted to accommodate a mess of ten or twelve Gentlemen.
RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.