James Madison Papers

Reynolds Chapman to James Madison, 21 January 1828

Jany 21 1828

Dear sir

I am very sorry that it will not be in my power to leave home tomorrow; but as it is desirable for obvious reasons, that the execution of the deed should not be unnecessarily delayed, I will, if you wish it, get the gentlemen spoken of as witnesses, to go out; or if you think my presence [will be at all necessary, I will go over, with them when]

Incomplete RC (DLC).

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