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Quotation by Andrew Jackson
Attorney General Benjamin Butler to his wife Harriet, June 29, 1836challenging Waightstill Avery to a duel, August 12, 1788, Jackson Papers, Library of CongressCompilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents ed. J.D. Richardson, Washington (1908)Correspondence, challenging Governor John Sevier to a duel, October 2, 1803Correspondence, endorsing a letter from Reverend A.D. Campbell, March 15, 1837
From his proceedings in Congress, he appears demented, and his actings and doings inspire my pity more than anger.
Andrew Jackson (1767–1845), U.S. president. Letter, January 23, 1838, to Martin Van Buren, Van Buren Papers, Library of Congress.
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