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1 Madison, James Erskine, David Montagu From James Madison to David Montagu Erskine, 1806 to … 1806-01-01 misjudged the interest of our own Country in refusing to sanction a principle that might be...
2 Madison, James Milledge, John From James Madison to John Milledge, 2 March 1809 1809-03-02 I beg leave through you to inform the honorable Senate of the U, States, that I propose to take...
3 Madison, James Milledge, John From James Madison to John Milledge, 2 March 1809 1809-03-02 I beg leave through you to inform the honorable Senate of the U. States, that I propose to take...
4 Madison, James United States Senate From James Madison to United States Senate, 24 February … 1809-02-24 The Emperor of Russia having at different periods indicated sentiments particularly friendly to...
5 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James Madison, 24 February … 1809-02-24 The Emperor of Russia having at different periods indicated sentiments particularly friendly to...
6 Madison, James Gallatin, Albert From James Madison to Albert Gallatin, 22 February 1809 1809-02-22 Agreeably to a request of Tobias Lear Esqr., contained in a letter of the 22d. of July last,...
7 Madison, James Nicholas, Wilson Cary From James Madison to Wilson Cary Nicholas, 15 February … 1809-02-15 That the President ought to be authorized, in case either of the France or G. Britain shall so...
8 Madison, James JM Letters reprinted in the House of Lords Journal, 13 … 1809-02-13 Copies of the proceedings of the American government during the present session of Congress,...
9 Madison, James Pinkney, William From James Madison to William Pinkney, 11 February 1809 1809-02-11 My official letter by this conveyance leaves little of importance to be added to its contents....
10 Madison, James Adams, John Quincy From James Madison to John Quincy Adams, 10 February … 1809-02-10 Mr. Madison requests the pleasure of Mr. Adam’s company to dinner on Tuesday next at half past 3...
11 Madison, James Pinkney, William From James Madison to William Pinkney, 10 February 1809 1809-02-10 I forward by the British Packet about to sail from New York, the printed proceedings of Congress...
12 Madison, James Clinton, George From James Madison to George Clinton, 9 February 1809 1809-02-09 By direction of the President, I do myself the honor of transmitting to You the enclosed...
13 Madison, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Madison, 8 February 1809 1809-02-08 I congratulate you & our common Country, most sincerely, on the Issue of the late presidential...
14 Madison, James Thomas, Jesse B. From James Madison to Jesse B. Thomas, 8 February 1809 1809-02-08 The Secretary of state presents his compliments to Mr. Thomas, and has the Honor by direction of...
15 Madison, James Carter, Landon From James Madison to Landon Carter, 7 February 1809 1809-02-07 I have recd. your letter of the 23. Ult: and in obedience to its request, committed to the flames...
16 Madison, James Gallatin, Albert From James Madison to Albert Gallatin, 7 February 1809 1809-02-07 I have the honor to request you to issue your Warrant on the appropriation for Foreign...
17 Madison, James Barlow, Joel From James Madison to Joel Barlow, 7 February 1809 1809-02-07 I have recd your favor of and valuing as I do the friendly & favorable expressions it contains, I...
18 Madison, James Nicholas, Wilson Cary From James Madison to Wilson Cary Nicholas, 6 February … 1809-02-06 The idea I meant to express yesterday was "to repeal the embargo no matter how soon, as to all...
19 Madison, James Varnum, Joseph Bradley From James Madison to Joseph Bradley Varnum, 2 February … 1809-02-02 I have the honor to transmit herewith a Report, made in compliance with a Resolution of the House...
20 Madison, James Gallatin, Albert From James Madison to Albert Gallatin, 1 February 1809 1809-02-01 Be pleased to issue your Warrant on the appropriations for the Contingent Expenses of this Office...
21 Madison, James JM Resolution on Repeal of the Embargo, 23 January 1809 1809-01-23 Resolved as the opinion of this House that the U. S. ought not to delay beyond the day of to...
22 Madison, James United States Senate From James Madison to United States Senate, 21 January … 1809-01-21 In compliance with the Resolution of the Senate, so far as the same is not complied with by the...
23 Jefferson, Thomas United States Congress From Thomas Jefferson to United States Congress, 17 … 1809-01-17 I communicate to Congs. certain letters which passed between the B. Secy. of State Mr. Canning,...
24 Madison, James Champion, Epaphroditus From James Madison to Epaphroditus Champion, 17 January … 1809-01-17 I have the honor to inform you, in answer to your enquiries, that a statement of the case of the...
25 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas From James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, 13 January 1809 1809-01-13 (1) placed us under that national Govt. which constitutes the safety of every part, by uniting...
26 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James Madison, 13 January 1809 1809-01-13 (1) placed us under that national Govt. which constitutes the safety of every part by uniting for...
27 Madison, James Livingston, Robert R. From James Madison to Robert R. Livingston, 11 January … 1809-01-11 I recd. from the hand of Col. Livingston your favor of Novr. 23. His return having been...
28 Madison, James Gray, William From James Madison to William Gray, 11 January 1809 1809-01-11 I have received your Letter of the 29th. Ult:, accompanying one from B. T. Reed, and other papers...
29 Jefferson, Thomas Certificate for Payment to James Wilkinson, 10 January … 1809-01-10 By Th. J. President of the US: It is hereby declared that by the representation of the Secy. of...
30 Madison, James Holmes, David From James Madison to David Holmes, 9 January 1809 1809-01-09 I do myself the honor of returning to you the Memorial of John Mullowny, and the papers which...