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I had the pleasure to see Mr Todd, just before I came here, and requestd him to inform you, that...
I have this moment receivd yours of the 17., & shall do every thing in my power, to reach your...
I send you here with the 10th vol: of the journals of our revolutionary Congress, the one which...
You know so much of the nature of the pressure, to which I am subjected, at this time, that you...
I have been endeavouring, while here, to settle my administration on the estate of our friend the...
The bearer—Mr R. Bayly, a youth of this county, & son of a near neighbour & friend, has requested...
I intended soon after the adjournment of Congress to have visited albemarle, & to have passed...
I have long intended to write you to communicate further views respecting the proposition by Mr....
Our carriage arrivd sooner, somedays, than we expected, in consequence of which, and other...
I have recd. yours of the 24th ulto., with a copy of one from Mr Long, communicating his...
Yours of the 5th. has been receiv’d, in which you intimate the expectation of receiving by the...
¶From James Monroe. Letter not found. 22 September 1820 . Offered for sale in The Collection of...
I believe I now send you the document you asked for, in the form, you wished it. Mr Gallatin & Mr...
I have this moment recd. yours of the 29th. ulto., with the copies of mine to judge White, which...
I presume you have heard, that both of us, are plac’d on the electoral ticket, by the convention,...
I am just recovering, from a very severe attack of cold & fever, by which I have been confin’d to...
I expected before this to have had the pleasure of seeing you on my way to Albemarle, but I have...
I have recevd yours of the 19th. ulto., with a circular to the visitors, announcing the decision...
I have faild in the sale of my lands in this county, or of any part thereof, and in consequence,...
We have just receivd a letter from Mr Rush of the 20th of october, communicating one from the...
I have intended for some time, to write and explain to you, the arrangment I have made for my...
I inclose to you two letters, one from Mr Tracie, soliciting the professorship held by Mr Long,...
Another mail has arrived, since my last to you, without bringing me any letter from Judge Brooke....
¶ From James Monroe. Letter not found. Ca. 9 August 1823. Offered for sale in the American Art...
I have had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 6th, and entirely concur in the view which...
Mr Wheaton sent to me a packet for you which will accompany this, in the expectation that I might...
I was happy to hear by Paul last night, that you had arrived with Mrs Madison, and that your...
I hope you have enjoyed good health since your safe return home, and that Mrs. Madison has been...
Dr. Wm. Thornton who has long enjoyed your good opinion, has expressed a wish that I would also...
I send you by this days mail a copy of the journal of the convention which formd the fedl....
A most afflicting event occurrd yesterday, the death of Genl. A: Mason, killd in a duel by Mr...
Our troubles with Spain are not ended, nor is it possible to say when they will be. It was hoped...
You will receive by this mail a copy of the message in which I have endeavourd, to place our...
We came here on thursday last, with intention to proceed on to Albemarle, on Monday next, but...
I enclose you such documents mentiond in your memo: as are to be obtaind from the dept. of war....
On my return home, which I did, on the day contemplated when we parted, I had the satisfaction to...
Two dispatches have been lately receivd from Mr. Rush, communicating a proposition from Mr...
I enclose you a copy of a report of the Committee of the Senate on the nominations respecting...
The enclosed from Mr Rush, which you will return at your leisure, gives the latest intelligence...
The bearer Richard H. Lee, a grand son of the revolutionary character of that name, will have the...
I have been so much pressd by various duties since the meeting of Congress that I have scarcely...
Since I have been in this office many newspapers have been sent to me, from every part of the...
Mr. Gardner who will have the pleasure to present you this, has through his friend here, for whom...
I came here in consequence of the very affecting events which have lately befall’n me, to unite...
Young Mr Watson who has been with us, since the vacation, and will call on you on his return...
I send you herewith a more correct copy of the message, than that which I lately forwarded, & to...
I received yours of the 3d. instt, a few days after our arrival here, and shall profit of the...