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Catalog Number KSc032439
Collection Unknown
Object Name Letter
Dates of Creation 1853/08/09
Scope & Content Sayville Aug. 9th, 1853
My Dear Sir,
Last fall, I believe that you took a warm interest in my election.
I therefore now write to you-as to what has been, & may be done this fall.
Since my return home, & in fact before, I have been invited by friends to have my name put in nomination for the Senate. The advice of my friends in the other parts of the State, & my own inclinations would lead me to return to the Assembly. In case of such return, with a democratic assembly, I should in all probability' be again the Speaker.
In this position, I can well aid my party, my friends & myself. If you concur with me, I shall be happy to have your aid to secure my hearty nomination & election. Talk with our folks, & ascertain the sentiment, & write to mc.
Don't mention, that I have written to you
Yours truly
WM. H. LUDLOW
To
Win. S. Mount Esq.
P. S. As it has been customary to send the old member to the fall convention at Syracuse, I shall be happy to be sent, as I intend being present in Syracuse at that time.