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To James Madison from Nathaniel Macon, 4 September 1802 (Abstract)

§ From Nathaniel Macon

4 September 1802, Buck Spring, North Carolina. Notes that the appointment of the present marshal for North Carolina will expire in December. “If he wishes to be reappointed, I have no doubt but he ought to be continued.1 If however he should not, I do not now know, but it would be adviseable to appoint Mr. Lockhart.2 I will however make the necessary enquiry before the meeting of Congress, and inform you the result on my arrival at Washington.” Encloses two letters recommending Lockhart; “Mr. Baker is our attorney general, and Mr. Plummer is the person named to the president last winter for the district Judge of this state.”

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