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|Summary:||This document is a letter dated October 26, 1835, to Andrew Jackson Donelson in Washington, D.C. from his brother Daniel S. Donelson in Tallahassee, Florida. Daniel writes urgently to report that he was accosted about a political scandal involving Andrew and two men by the names of Bell and Barrow. Daniel fears that his brother's image is being tarnished in order to reflect negatively on the President, their uncle Andrew Jackson.|