James Madison Papers

James Madison to Robley Dunglison, 8 October 1833

Ocr. 8. [1833]

Dear Sir

Your favor of the 7th is just recd. We had counted with confidence on the opportunity it promises, which will enable us to express in the way we can best express, the cordial regards and all the good wishes which accompany your removal to a new theatre for your distinguished talents. The best indemnity for the losses sustained by the late one me & by your friends will be the full accomplishment of all the expectations, which are so well authorized by the title to them, you will carry with you. We shall receive Mrs. D. & yourself at the designated time, with particular pleasure but not without a regret that the visit will be so fugitive, nor without a hope that it may be made less so. Meantime we offer our affectionate salutations to you both

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