Mar. 9. 1840
I expected by this time, that we would be through with our business, but the
chair man of the committee gave notice last week, he should call it up to day, in the
Senate: though Mr. Young’s having gone to , it will not be called up untill his return,
which will be on next thursday, according to the information that I have obtained relative
to this matter.
If the resolution is passed, as annexed to the Report; I shall get my papers,
and leave the City— I have written some letters to , which, it seems he did not
get, (at least all of them). writes; that lefit [left] for the Jerseys, on the 5th.
inst. He stated, that he expects me to come there, to go with him home; and that he would write
m[o]re soon on the subject— I shall [wait?] for him to make the necessary arrangements He
says. Dr. Ells, family left about a week ago, for : also that the church there numbers
about one hundred, and , , & ,
were to sail from to England on the 7th inst. As I have lately written several letters to
you,”— I shall bid adieu not to write again unttill after the Senate acts upon our business Mr.
Robinson says, he has sent you a Report, notwithstanding I shall enclose another, for you— I have
changed my place of boarding in consequence of Mrs Richeys. breaking up house keeping, and
gone to Baltimore,— I am busy here at chimney corner prea ching— Yours as ever, in the Bonds of
Lest my previous Letters, should not come to hand, I m[e]rely say that Iwill have
been before the committee, three days, and done all in my power to effect the object of our
mission— have spoken my mind freely on the subject; an[d] feel to have a conscience void
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