Letter from Thomas Ford, 13 September 1843

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Sept 13 1843
Dear Sir
In answer to your letter I have the honor to reply that I will consider it my duty to prevent the invasion of this , if in my power, by any persons else where for any hostile purposes whatever
From information in my possession I am of opinion that there is but little danger of any such invasion. It is alltogether more likely that some other mode of annoyance will be adopted My enemies here I think are endeavoring to put something of the kind on foot
I am most repectfully Your obedient Servant
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Sept 13 1843
Dear Sir
In answer to your letter I have the honor to reply that I will consider it my duty to prevent the invasion of this , if in my power, by any persons else where for any hostile purposes whatever
From information in my possession I am of opinion that there is but little danger of any such invasion. It is alltogether more likely that some other mode of annoyance will be adopted My enemies here I think are endeavoring to put something of the kind on foot
I am most repectfully Your obedient Servant
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