Letter to Thomas Ford, 20 September 1843

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, Sept. 20, 1843.
Dear Sir:— your favor of the 13th instant, is at hand: and for the courtesy, and honorable intended expression there in contained, your has my best wishes, as well as my most grateful acknowledgements.
To show your to what an unjustifiable pitch, disappointed ambition, malignance, and ungoverned persecution, may be carried, I have thought it advisable to forward to you, a paper containing the Carthagenian Resolves.” The mind sickens at the picture! The patriot, the lover of his country, and his country’s friends, like the honored sires who won the freedom we enjoy, will stand against such heathen invasion and mobocratic insurrection, like a Rock of Adamant for for his God, his country, and his rights! [p. [1]]
, Sept. 20, 1843.
Dear Sir:— your favor of the 13th instant, is at hand: and for the courtesy, and honorable intended expression there in contained, your has my best wishes, as well as my most grateful acknowledgements.
To show your to what an unjustifiable pitch, disappointed ambition, malignance, and ungoverned persecution, may be carried, I have thought it advisable to forward to you, a paper containing the “Carthagenian Resolves.” The mind sickens at the picture! The patriot, the lover of his country, and his country’s friends, like the honored sires who won the freedom we enjoy, will stand against such heathen invasion and mobocratic insurrection, like a Rock of Adamant for for his God, his country, and his rights! [p. [1]]
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