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This steamer will take to you advices of an interesting nature. The death of our Venerable President though sincerely lamented will produce no material change in the policy of our new Administration. The Vice President his successor is a Gentleman of great purity of mind and well calculated to assume the office and we shall probably see the measures originally proposed carried out with signal unanimity.
- Charles Davis
- The correspondence of Nicholas Biddle Dealing With National Affairs 1807