824. Thomas a Kempis, Jr.
American Herald, 3 April 1788

MR. POWARS, What can be the motives of the hon. N——l G——m and the hon. T——m D——n, in supporting for a longer term an execrable bantling of the late B——n administration, or in other words, J——ny B——s tender law?—These gentlemen possess enlightened, enlarged and federal minds.—And, notwithstanding all the outcry against this law, I am inclined to think, it possess some federal qualities, otherwise gentlemen of such distinguished federalism could not be prevailed on to vote for it.—I wish this problem may be solved.