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Recollecting to have heard you mention a plan formed by the Empress of Russia for a comparative...
Indian unrest and rumors of Spanish intrigue on the western frontier cast a shadow over the...
Resolved , That so soon as the copies of the laws allotted to the several counties, other than...
124Import Duties, [14 April] 1789 (Madison Papers)
The Committee of the Whole proceeded to set the amount of duty on each of the enumerated...
I have received and forwarded your letter and pamphlet to Mr. King. The latest information from...
I have remained here since the adjournment of the Assembly chiefly with a view of gaining from...
The Daily Advertizer of this date contains several important articles of information, which need...
The inclosed letter came to my hands a few days ago from Mr. W. Nelson, with a request that I...
Your favor of the 1st day of Feby. did not come to hand till a day or two ago, having travelled...
I wrote you not long since, by a young gentleman who proposed to go as far [as] N. Y....
Your favour of the 17th. of Sepr. with sundry other letters and Packets, came duly by the last...
I find by the act of your late Convention, that another is to take place in Nov. with power to...
Resolved that this House will to morrow proceed by joint ballot with the Senate to the choice of...
Resolved that the Executive be authorized to defray all expences incurred in saving the Tobacco...
I am just favored with yours of the 7th. inst: and will attend to your wishes as to the political...
JM was appointed on 18 May to serve on a House of Delegates committee charged with amending “the...
I recd. your favor of the 29th. ulto. on thursday. That by Col. Lee had been previously...
Yours of the 18th. of March never reached me till the 4 inst:. It came by post from N. York,...
The H. of D. have just past a bill makg. Tobo. recievable in the tax at the market price at the...
The report of 6 August gave the legislature power to establish property qualifications for...
The Judiciary Department has been on the anvil for several days; and I presume will still be a...
The Eastern Mail which arrived yesterday brought me a letter from Mr. King, of which a copy...
The issue of the free navigation of the Mississippi had long occupied JM’s mind, and his concern...
The Antifederalist strategy of offering a list of amendments which would be sent to a second...
The Virginia Plan resolution (fifteen) providing for popularly elected ratifying conventions was...
Charles Pinckney moved that the first branch of the legislature be elected by the state...
My last was committed in December to Mr. Gouverneur Morris. I was then on my way to Virginia. The...
Technically, Sections 1 and 2 of Article I of the Constitution were still under discussion. “We...
This resolution which paved the way for the Annapolis convention of 1786 was not written by JM...
I wrote to you a few days ago by the post acknowledging your favor of the 10th. of Decr. Mr....