James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Alexander J. Dallas, 25 April 1815

25 Ap. 1815

Dr. Sir.

General Brown will probably be here tonight; and I think the organization of the Corps, and selection of Officers, may be compleated on Wednesday. Be so good as to put the inclosed into any shape, that will answer the purpose intended. I think it of some importance, that the feelings of the deranged Officers should be soothed; but it would be improbable, and, indeed, impracticable to use any but general terms upon the occasion. I am, Dr Sir, Most respectfully & faithfully Yrs.

A. J. Dallas

Genl Brown has arrived.


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