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1 Gates, Horatio Madison, James To James Madison from Horatio Gates, 25 December 1815 1815-12-25 I have this day forwarded, by Mail, to the late President Jefferson, for his examination, a long...
2 Gates, Horatio Madison, James To James Madison from Horatio Gates, 24 January 1806 … 1806-01-24 § From Horatio Gates. 24 January 1806, New York. “Inclosed is a Letter I recived from General...
3 Gates, Horatio Madison, James To James Madison from Horatio Gates, 15 January 1806 1806-01-15 I take the Liberty to introduce to your Notice Mr: Temple; the Brother of Sir Grenville Temple &...
4 Gates, Horatio Madison, James To James Madison from Horatio Gates, 5 August 1805 … 1805-08-05 § From Horatio Gates. 5 August 1805, Rose Hill. “Saturdays News paper acquainted me with your...
5 Gates, Horatio Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Horatio Gates, 19 October 1804 1804-10-19 I am charm’d with your instituting Gunn Boats; for I believe them to be the properest Defence for...
6 Gates, Horatio Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Horatio Gates, 23 October 1803 1803-10-23 Wednesday Noon Our Whigg Printer sent me your Message to Congress; he delivered it to The public...
7 Gates, Horatio Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Horatio Gates, 18 July 1803 1803-07-18 Let the Land rejoice, for you have bought Louisiana for a Song. never was a happier moment...
8 Gates, Horatio Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Horatio Gates, 7 July 1803 1803-07-07 From my Heart I congratulate your Excellency, upon the Glorious success of The Embassy you sent...
9 Gates, Horatio Madison, James To James Madison from Horatio Gates, 1 February 1803 1803-02-01 Mr: Garnett, who does me the Favour to present you this Letter, is my particular Friend; He goes...
10 Gates, Horatio Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Horatio Gates, 7 January 1803 1803-01-07 Feeling an irresistable impulse for the Glory of your Administration; & convinced your Friendship...