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To James Madison from William McCreery, 2 March 1809

Washington 2d. March 1809

Sir

Being inform’d that Mr. Tench Ringgold is an applicant for an appointment under the general Government; and believing that the political tenets of Gentlemen are in such cases, very carefully enquired into, I take the liberty to state to you that so far as my knowledge & information extends, he has been invariably attach’d to our republican institutions & principles. I have the honor to be with the most perfect respect, Sir Your mo: obt: Servt.

Wm. MacCreery

DLC: Papers of James Madison.

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