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3667. HARMONY, National.—[continued].

Every wish of my heart
will be completely gratified when that portion
of my fellow citizens which has been misled
as to the character of our measures and principles,
shall, by their salutary effects, be corrected
in their opinions, and joining with
good will the great mass of their fellow citizens,
consolidate an Union, which cannot be
too much cherished.—
Reply to Address. Washington ed. viii, 114.

See Second Inaugural Address in Appendix.