James Madison Papers

To James Madison from John Browne Cutting, 6 February 1796

From John Browne Cutting

Saturday 6th Feby. 1796

Dear Sir,

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 feel in your kindness—and attestation. Very respectfully and affectionately Your Most Obedt. Sert.

John Browne Cutting

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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