James Madison Papers

Frank Carr to James Madison, 8 May 1833

Red Hills May 8th. 1833.

Dear Sir,

It has given me great pleasure to comply with your request as far as was practicable; and I have enclosed the papers, as you desired to President Peers, with the exception of the ground plot of the Buildings of the University. The impression made by Mr. Brockenbrough has been entirely exhausted, and not one was to be procured. The two revisions of the laws of the university which have been published, enabled me to fulfill your wishes with but little copying. The trouble therefore, and had it been it would have given me pleasure to have encountered it in complying with your request, has been slight, & the expense none at all. With sentiments of respect & veneration yrs. &c

Frank Carr


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