James Madison Papers

[Edward Livingston] to James Madison, 22 October 1829

Philada Octr 22 1829

Dear Sir

Mr Baring with whose family and connexions you are well acquainted goes to be a witness of the very interesting scene now passing at Richmond and being certain that I could do nothing that would gratify him more I have offered him this introduction. you will find him a gentleman every way worthy of your best attentions. I most exceedingly regret that circumstances do not permit me to accompany him to a place where I should find so many old and venerated friends assembled for so important a purpose and signalizing the close, as they have employed the whole course, of their lives, in perfecting the institutions of our Country With the greatest respect & Esteem Dr Sir

RC (NN). Signature cut off.

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