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Folder 40 Charles Nisbet to Alexander Addison, December 26, 1791

Nisbet thanks Addison for finding Mr. Wilson a ministerial and teaching position. He criticizes the inability of officials to govern the frontier, especially from a distance, and writes unsympathetically about both Washington and Adams as current and prospective presidents. Nisbet also criticizes Brackenridge's opposition to the Constitution.