James Madison Papers

James Madison to George Bancroft, 13 April 1836

Montpellier Apl. 13. “36.

Dr. Sir

I have recd. with your letter of the 8th. the first Vol: of Genl: Armstrong’s "notices of the War of 1812" and offer my thanks for the politeness to which I owe it.

It cannot but be agreeable to know that you were pleased with your short visit at Montpellier, where the impression it left will always ensure you a sincere welcome. Mrs Madison is very thankful for your kind sentiments addressed to her, and joins me in a return of all your good wishes for us both, with which I pray you to accept my high esteem & cordial salutations.

(Signed) J.M.

Mrs. Madison considering herself under a promise desires me to enclose the two printed copies not found before your departure


(2 of J.M’s Address’s to the Pres’t of the Agricultural Society of Alb < >


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