From James Madison
Alexanda. Mar: 24: 93
I wrote at Baltimore, but the letter being too late for the mail, I have suppressed it. It contained nothing of consequence. We arrived here to day (2 OC) and shall proceed to Colchester to night. Our journey has been successful; tho’ laborious for the horses. The roads bad generally from Head of Elk; on the North of Baltimore, and thence to George Town, excessively so. I am just told by Mr. R. B. Lee here, that Rutherford is elected, so is Griffin, Nicholas, and New. The other elections are unknown here. Yrs. always & affecy.
Js. Madison Jr
RC (DLC: Madison Papers); endorsed by TJ as received 30 Mch. 1793 and so recorded in SJL. Madison’s next letter to TJ, dated 31 Mch. 1793 and recorded in SJL as received 9 Apr. 1793, has not been found, but it concerned the Virginia elections (Madison, Papers, description begins William T. Hutchinson, Robert A. Rutland, J. C. A. Stagg, and others, eds., The Papers of James Madison, Chicago and Charlottesville, 1962–, 17 vols. description ends , xv, 3).