James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Henry Molier, 19 May 1802

From Henry Molier, 19 May 1802

Baltimore 19th. May 1802.


Owing to the absence, from Town, of one of my friends and being desirous of returning, duly executed, the here-enclosed Bond, I have not acknowledged sooner the receit of the letter you did me the honor of adressing me the 26th. Ultimo, accompanying a Duplicate of my Commission as Consul at Corunna, together with the Instructions: It will ever be my pride to shew the high and gratefull sense I have of the honorable trust placed in me, and nothing will gratify me more than to have frequent opportunities of giving convincing proofs thereof.

I am doing my best endeavour to close some concerns I have, yet, pending here and will not lose a moment to go out to the place of my destination. With sentiments of the highest consideration, I have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obed. Servt.

H. Molier

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