ANN Arbob, April ïatb, 1831. 'l'lie undertsigoed would lierewith tender bis heartfelt thanka to hts many friends (and tbrgive his bitter enemies), who have voted for him so many yeara as supervisor for the first district of our city, not because it is a money-making office, but one of great trust and responsibility ; and I takc it for granted that the large majority were satisfied with my action - henee their voting. Fellow citizens, whatever errors were committed were not from the heart. To err is human, but to forgive. is divine. I remain, as ever, a well-wisher for my adopted country, and especially for my home, that pleasaut city of Ann Arbor, where I have resided nearly forty-four years, and where I expect to change iuy ezistence for life eterna] - and that may take place soon, and of which I have no fears.