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    • Carey, John
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    • Madison, James
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John Carey presents his humble respects to the honble. Mr. Madison, & requests, that, if he has preserved any notes of his speech of Monday last, on the Fishery Bill, he will be so obliging, as to give him leave to copy them for publication. At the same time he begs leave to remark, that this favor, if conferred, will not be strained by him into a precedent for troubling Mr. Madison with...
Having this moment received from Mr. Claxton fifteen Dollars for your share of the three lots of books, I beg leave to enclose them to you, as Mr. Jefferson has already paid the whole thirty. With thanks for your liberal exertions on this occasion, as well as that of the Shorthand, I have the honor to be, Sir, your most obliged humble servt RC ( DLC ). Docketed but not dated by JM. Conjectural...
Permit me to request your acceptance of a copy of as much of the President’s official correspondence as I have yet printed. And, as you were so good to interest yourself heretofore in the publication, and to honor me with your opinion on the subject, allow me, Sir, to add my regret that I have not the series complete, and am for the present prevented from publishing two or three volumes more,...