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3660. HARMONY, Inaugural address and.—

I am made very happy by learning that
the sentiments expressed in my inaugural address
gave general satisfaction, and holds out a
ground on which our fellow citizens can once
more unite. I am the more pleased, because
these sentiments have been, long and radically
mine, and therefore will be pursued honestly
and conscientiously.—
To Dr. Benjamin Rush. Washington ed. iv, 382. Ford ed., viii, 30.
(W. March. 1801)