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I have received the copy of your address to the two branches of the Legislature, which I have...
J. Madison tenders his thanks to Mr Everett for his interesting and eloquent address at Bloody...
J. Madison with his best respects to Mr. Everett tenders his thanks for the copy of his address...
I have duly recd. your favour, postmarked the 9th. inst. containing your suggestion on the...
(I have received the copy of your Eulogy on Lafayette; and tho’ obliged in my present condition...
J. Madison with his cordial respects to Mr. Everett thanks him for the Copy of his excellent &...
I recd. in due time the copy of your Address at Worcester on the last 4th. of July, and I tender...
I have duly recd. your letter of the 24th ult: I should always feel pleasure in complying with...
I am indebted to you I observe for a copy of Mr. Doddridge’s speech on the subject of...
I received your letter of the 29. ultimo with every wish to attempt a compliance with its...
I have just discovered that in my letter of the 5th I overlooked your inquiry as to the accuracy...
I have received your letter of the 23d Decr. and am glad that the precaution of sending you a...
In my letter thanking you for the Copy of your address to the American Institute of New York I...
I return you many thanks for the copy of your late address to the "American Institute of N....
It occurs that the notions prevailing here agst. any subordination in the highest Judicial Authy...
The copy of your Lecture on the Working Men’s party was duly recd; and presuming you to be now at...
I return my thanks for your favour of the 28. ult. with a copy of the Chapter from the N. A....
Since my letter in which I expressed a belief that there was no ground for supposing that the...
In the letter inclosed by the last mail, I omitted to insert in the margin, the extract from the...
I inclose the letter promised. You will perceive that some of the topics deserved more...
I have duly received your letter in which you refer to the "nullifying doctrine" advocated, as a...
I have recd. yours of the 11th. inst: & wish I could give the information it asks with the...
J. Madison with his best respects to Mr. Everett, thanks him for the Copy of his "Address on the...
Your favour of the 11th. was duly recd. I had noticed the stress laid in a late debate, on the...
I consult the wishes of Mr. Sparks in making you a channel of communication with him. Should he...
I take the liberty of enclosing a letter for Mr. Sparks, which you will oblige me by having...
I have recd. the Copy of your Speech on the 1st. of Feby. which led you into the subject of our...
I offer for your brother and yourself the thanks I owe for the copy of his work on "America." It...
Your letter of the 3d. inst: having come to hand whilst I was at our University, whence I have...
I have duly recd. your favor of Mar. 29. accompanied by the two copies, one, of your Speech on a...