James Madison Papers

James Madison to Nicholas P. Trist, 16 June 1830

June 16. 1830

Dear Sir

I return with thanks the papers in manuscript, and the printed ones also, wch. belong to your files. My health has been a good deal interrupted for some days, and makes me the more readily avail myself of your kind dispensation from the use of the pen. With Cordial salutations

James Madison

Have you ever met with the "Address of the H. of Delates" which passed the Resolutions of -98– explaining the occasion of them to their Constituents? The tenor of the address is as far as the "Debates", from giving countenance to the "Nullifying comments on the Subjects.

RC (DLC: Nicholas P. Trist Papers).

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