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The select committee on the slave trade memorials presented its report, consisting of seven...
I have been some days in debt for your favor of the 21st instant. Accept my thanks for the Medal...
Your favr. of the 15. which requests an immediate acknowledgment, by some irregularity did not...
Letter not found. Ca. 1 April 1790. Acknowledged in Stephen to JM, 25 Apr. 1790 . Gives views on...
You will see by the papers herewith covered that the proposed assumption of the State debts...
Your favor of the 17 Novr. had so long a passage and since it came to hand opportunities to...
Your favor of the 4th ult. by Col. Lee was received from his hands on Sunday last. I have since...
I thank you for your favor of the 2d. instant. From the sentiments expressed in it you will hear...
An answer to your favor of the 5th. has been delayed by my hourly expectation of hearing from...
The House took up the report of the Committee of the Whole, consisting of eight resolutions, on...
Letter not found. Ca. 20 April 1790. Mentioned in JM to James Madison, Sr., 2 May 1790 . Advises...
—will pay near ⅕ } ratio ⅙ —little more received 1/7 —Massts. pay little more than 1/7 } ratio...
The sixth resolution (see headnote to speech of 20 Apr.) was amended and approved on 21 April....
Mr. Madison rose and made the following motion: Mr. Speaker said he, Tho’ we have been informed...
165Public Credit, [26 April] 1790 (Madison Papers)
FitzSimons moved to discharge the Committee of the Whole from that part of the secretary of the...
Information having been received here that some persons acquainted with the appropriation made at...
Letter not found. 27 April 1790. Mentioned in James Mercer to JM, 12 May 1790 . Passes along a...
I wrote some days ago to my brother Ambrose since which little has taken place worth adding. The...
I thank you very sincerely for the readiness with which you have complied with my troublesome...
Letter not found. 3 May 1790. Offered for sale in the Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 468, May 1943.
Your’s of Apl. 27. is this instant put into my hand. I have written to you all the letters that...
On the recipt of your letter on the subject of the Inspection law of Virginia, I communicated the...
Molasses Massts. has 60 distilleries. (Sheffd. p. 108) In 1769.—3,580,144. galls. of French &...
Genl Observations— The progress of modern maxims tends to make Govt. & commerce free among all...
On 10 May the Committee of the Whole took up the report of a select committee on a petition from...
JM moved to add to the resolution agreed to on 13 May the following words: “That from and after...
A BILL concerning the Navigation and Trade of the United States . Be it enacted by the Senate and...
On 7 May Theodorick Bland informed the House “that in consequence of obtaining (as is supposed) a...
The President has been critically ill for some days past, but is now we hope out of danger. His...
Quer. if a fixed temperature might not be got by referring to a thermometer—the freezing...
Previous to the receipt of your favor on the subject of the arrears to the Virginia line, a...
I have the honor to inclose a copy of the instruction given by the Secretary of the Treasury on...
I have this moment your favor of the 16th. The inclosed papers will shew you that the project of...
N. York May 27 [1790]. I have been some days in debt for your favor of the 19th. instant. I am...
Your favor of the 19th. of May has been duly received. The information relating to your little...
I have been favored with yours of the 28th May and am much obliged by the friendly communication....
My last was to my brother A. and acknowledged ⟨the⟩ receipt of the Diary. I inclose one for the...
You will find in the inclosed papers some account of the proceedings on the question relating to...
N. Hampshre. rate of depreciation settled by law after Mar. 18. 80. from 40 to 120 for 1. Actual...
Dollars  Dollars New Hampshire Specie 1,830,051..2  New Emission    36,855..82 old do....
The pressure of business as the session approaches its term, the earlier hour at which the House...
Letter not found. 23 June 1790. Acknowledged in Randolph to JM, 12 July 1790 . Reports that the...
Letter not found. 24 June 1790. Acknowledged in Dawson to JM, 4 July 1790 . JM has attended to...
JM’s bill on navigation and trade (first presented on 17 May) was now under consideration....
Debate on JM’s bill resumed on 29 June. The substance of it was lost when the Committee of the...
You will find by one of the Gazettes herewith sent, that the bill fixing the permanent seat of...
Permit me to introduce to you the Bearer Count Andreani a young nobleman from Milan, who after...
The residence bill, fixing the permanent capital on the Potomac and the temporary capital at...
Debate continued on Sherman’s motion for a Baltimore site. Smith (South Carolina) argued that the...
The brief memorandum printed below is the only surviving record of JM’s opinion regarding the...