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Letter From Mr. Birney

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Lowrr Saoisaw, Micti., t Jan. 31, 1845. $ gro THE EüfTOR OF THE AlBAMY PATRIOT: J,) Sm- My relation to the Liberty party, as lh b Preidential cnndidatc, ceased with the late ta jlection. ï wiflh now to be consídered as a iterged in the maas, and as no other than oru; w f the rank and file of that party. a Nothing ought to be done that would have n ven the appearonce of forestalling the PresjL dential nomination for 1848. It might, and a, robably, would, disturb that hartnonious feelt, ng tlitt thua has far existed among os, m so ( emarkable a. degree, and that is so essential t br onr Buccess. e For any of our jotirnals at this time to lold up my name, 'm their regular issues, aa sr he cuiuMate for' 1848, migtit, as it seems to 01 ríe, be conatrued s anticipating the nomitt lationto be made by tiie party;- a nieasure Jat ought to bo untrammeled by any nomina0 on that has heretofore been made. Daly C( jppreciating, and highly grateful for, this b [roof of the confidence of such of our jourti"' ! 6 have thus held up my name - but with n i full persuasión that it would be better to V( üscontinue it, I have respectfully to ask that tí t may hereafter be omitted in the connection n spoken of. a Very respectfully, 8I Your obedieul serv't. w


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