James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Anthony Morris, 29 April 1813

From Anthony Morris

Philada April 29. 1813.

Dear Sir

I duly rec’d per mail your favor of yesterday, communicating the unexpected objections of Admiral Warren, to the Bermuda Mission, which no human prudence could have foreseen, or anticipated; whatever therefore may be the result of Mr Barclay’s endeavours to remove them I shall always consider your early proposition, as a most friendly proof, of your recollection of my wishes, and of your inclination to gratify them;1 to these considerations, the very kind expression of your regrets for the uncertainty of the result, imposes additional Motives, for the most particular & Sincere Esteem and Consideration of Dr. Sir Yr greatly oblig’d Friend & obt. Servt.

Anthony Morris

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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