James Madison Papers

James Madison to Richard Cutts, 29 March 1831

Montpr. Mar. 29. 1831

Dear Sir

Yours of the 25th. with the articles it refers to came duly to hand. And that of the 4th. supposed to be lost has also made its appearance. What has been the upshot, or is the present condition, of the suit in Chancery? and what a suitable fee to Genl. Jones to whom it has been a troublesome one? I thank you for the steps taken for ensuring the House. With cordial respects & salutations

James Madison

RC (NjP).

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