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    • Cutting, John Browne
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    • Washington Presidency
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    • Madison, James


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I ought perhaps to apologize to You for the liberty I take and have taken. But in a matter so highly interesting to my personal character—I have venturd to obtrude myself—I fear abruptly, upon your valuable hours—desirous to be indulged in consulting you upon this occasion both as a man of honor and a republican statesman. For however confident I am of the merits of my claim I shall disdain to...
I have been confined by an inflammation in my throat—or I shou’d have called on you at an early hour this day. Perhaps your leisure moments on the morrow (if the committee-business does not monopolize you)—will permit you to give a simple negative or affirmative to my written questions—on paper? I only ask this: in case my indisposition continues—so that I shoud not be well enough to visit...
Accept my best acknowledgments both for your goodness in the investigation of my case; and the candid & obliging opinion you communicate concerning it. In proportion to the solicitude resulting from the delicacy of the nature of my claim—the hard struggle I have made for evidence to substantiate it—and the nicety of Feelings that have been deeply wounded—in the affair—is the satisfaction I...