Letterbook 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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that your will satisfy yourself of the gross outrage which has been committed on the Citizens of this , and with that energy which is so characteristick of your ’s administration, take such steps as you may deem best calculated to repair the injuries which your memorialists have sustained— that you will vindicate the injured laws of the States.
In conclusion we beg leave to assure your , that, in the discharge of this as well as every other constitutional movement you may rely upon the hearty cooperation of your memorialist.
Your memorialists would respectfully submit to your the accompaning Resolutions, which were passed at a large meeting held in this place on this day and also the Affidavit of one of those persons who was Kidnapped, but fortunately has made his escape [p. 187]
that your will satisfy yourself of the gross outrage which has been committed on the Citizens of this , and with that energy which is so characteristick of your ’s administration, take such steps as you may deem best calculated to repair the injuries which your memorialists have sustained— that you will vindicate the injured laws of the States.
In conclusion we beg leave to assure your , that, in the discharge of this as well as every other constitutional movement you may rely upon the hearty cooperation of your memorialist.
Your memorialists would respectfully submit to your the accompaning Resolutions, which were passed at a large meeting held in this place on this day and also the Affidavit of one of those persons who was Kidnapped, but fortunately has made his escape [p. 187]
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