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I have taken the liberty to inclose a Letter to Miss Polly Paine —your attention to it will confer a singular honor on me. I am happy to hear that you have suffered yourself to be elected a representative in the State Legislature for Orange County. Republicanism is gaining ground very fast in this District. My Father is elected to Congress in the room of Mr Macher by a Majority of 204 Votes;...
The friends of republicanism have to congratulate each other upon the auspicious appearance of political events. It is reduced to a certainty as far as human foresight can predict that both Houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature will be republican after the October Elections. I conversed last Week with a Monsieur Savary de Valcoulon intimate friend & copartner with Mr Gallatin who says that he...