James Madison Papers

Joseph C. Cabell to James Madison, 26 November 1828

Edgewood. 26 Nov. 1828.

Dear Sir,

Your favor of 22d. came to hand by the last mail, and in full time for the purpose contemplated. The correction and addition directed in regard to your letters of the 18th Sepr. and the 30th Oct: have been made. Should any thing further occur to you, be pleased to direct to me at Richmond. Some time next week I shall set out for that place, having been detained longer at home this fall than usual, by several jobs of work requiring my personal attention, and partly by a long & severe cold, which is accompanied by very great disorder in the breast. I am dear Sir, ever most resy. & truly yours

Joseph C. Cabell

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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