James Madison Papers

William Wirt to James Madison, 11 July 1832

Baltimore. July 11. 1832.

Dear Sir.

Judge Glenn of this place, being about to pass through Orange, and having always been one of your political and personal friends, thinks it probable he may have it in his power to call & pay his respects to you, in passing; & lest you may possibly have forgotten his person, has requested a line of introduction from me, which I give him with great pleasure, from a long acquaintance with him & an intimate knowledge of his sterling integrity & worth—I beg leave to avail myself of the occasion to tender my respects to Mrs. Madison and yourself

Wm Wirt

RC and enclosure (MdHi). The enclosure is Elias Glenn to JM, 20 July 1832.

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