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Fellow Citizens of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives. In calling you together...
5 November 1811 , “ Representative Chamber .” States that while he was in Petersburg, the...
5 November 1811, Boston. Requests reappointment, as the commission he received from the former...
Your Message arrived here within less than ten hours from Washington. I cannot forbear...
H. Clay presents his respects to Mr. Madison, & sends him a bottle of wine made from the grape of...
The above is, I believe, the 5th Copy of my Letter of the 15th Aug. I doubt if more than one is...
I now lay before Congress, two letters to the Department of State, one from the present...
I cannot with-hold the expression of my delight at the tone & manner of yr. message (I wish I...
8 November 1811. Conveys information that two pipes of the wine ordered by JM have been shipped,...
I took the liberty of addressing you, last Mail, in the event of the death of Judge Matthews,...
Monday, 11 November 1811. Invites Revenga to dine next Friday at 4 P.M. Requests a reply. Printed...
11 November 1811, Louisville, Kentucky. Reminds JM of letters of recommendation he presented in...
I communicate to Congress, copies of a correspondence between the Envoy Extraordinary and...
We the undersigned Cheifs and warriors of the Mawwa Chipowa Potawawtomie and Wyandots Nations,...
13 November 1811. “I lay before Congress the Result of the census lately taken of the Inhabitants...
The Constitution is at length arrived, and Mr: Russell informs me that she is to return to France...
I have received your several favors of February 8 April 19 June 3 and August 17, all of them in...
Your letter of June 10 was duly delivered. I feel a pleasure in being able to say, that the...
In addressing you, I am at a loss to know whether I might address you by the endearing...
15 November 1811, New Haven. Mentions that “last summer” he understood from Barlow that JM had...
You will receive by this conveyance the proper communications from the Dept. of State. You will...
I have read your message, with great attention & pleasure. It is clear, candid, firm & dignified,...
Perceiving by your Message at the opening of the present Session of Congress that you entertain...
In consequence of a wish expressed by your father in the last letter recd. from him, I mention to...
Your favor of July 4. was duly delivered, together with the two interesting manuscripts on...
We have just finished the foreg[o]ing talk to our Brothers it is our wish that you may see it...
In order to defray immediate demands on the fund for furnishing the Presidents house, I solicit...
18 November 1811. Presents a copy of his Compendium , “a thing of more curiosity , than merit.”...
I am instructed by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the Mississippi Territory, to...
It is a Good fortune for me to Arrive from La Grange in time to improve the Opportunity that is...