Letter from James Smith to Alden Partridge, 8 July 1827.
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he held him - "2nd Sept" this Convention will bring to our City many of the most influential Men from all Parts of the State & any explanation of your view given before them could not fail to have this [illegible] here often with our [illegible].
I will write you however again as soon as I return from the Country & inform your [illegible] of all that may occur or be agreed or is our meeting tomorrow - I feel so much degree of anxiety that we should succeed in this undertaking which I [illegible] myself with redeemed ultimately more to your Credit as well as to our Satisfaction & advantage.
With great Respect Yr. Most [illegible] Sir James Smith