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pectfully. James Buchanan. His Excellency John Tyler. P. S.--I was prepared to send my message in strong terms, but the Senate have unfortunately adjourned over until Monday. Ex-President Tyler to President Buchanan. Brown's Hotel, Jan. 28th, 1861. My dear Sir: I leave this city to-morrow morning for the brief interval that elapses between this and the meeting of the Commissioners, on the 4th of February. In making my adien, which I should do in person but for engagements which peled at her bosom. With my most cerdial wishes for your success in steering the ship of state amid the critical relations of the country, I am, dear sir, Truly and faithfully yours, John Tyler. Reply of the President. Washington, 28th Jan., 1861. My Dear Sir: I have received your note of this evening, and am happy to learn that you were pleased at hearing my message read to-day in the Senate. It expresses my sincere and cordial sentiment. My best wishes attend you on your jou