James Madison Papers

Hugh Mercer to James Madison, 2 November 1833

Fredericksbg, Novr 2d 1833—

Dear Sir,

Altho’ you have heard from mr allen on the Subject, yet I cannot forego the Pleasure I feel in saying also to you, that our board will have especial satisfaction in making you the loan you spoke of to mr allen, under contingencies which might happen & which you were desirous to provide for—

No State of our bank can ever exist, I am satisfied, when the board would not have particular gratification in granting to you, Sir, any & every accommodation you may ever find it necessary to ask of it—With my most respectful Compliments to mrs Madison, I remain Dear Sir, with high consideration, Yr friend & St,

Hugh Mercer


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