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Notwithstanding the conviction I am under of the labour which is imposed upon you by Public...
The enclosed were communicated to me, as you will perceive, to make a confidential use of—upon...
To draw such a line for the conduct of the President as will please every body, I know is...
Mr Madison having been so obliging as to draw the answer to the address of the House of...
As far as a momentary consideration has enabled me to judge, I see nothing exceptionable in the...
As the Communications herewith enclosed will not take much time to read; As there are matters...
I want to communicate two matters to Congress; the substance of which is contained in the...
Consequent of the enclosed resolution, I had a conference with the Commee therein named...
Confidential The points which at present occur to me, and on which I wish your aid, are brought...
My solicitude for drawing the first characters of the Union into the Judiciary, is such that, my...
I return Mr Jefferson’s letter with thanks for the perusal of it. I am glad he has resolved to...
If the weather will permit, & Mr Madison’s health suffer him to go out to day, the Presdt would...
If Mr Madison is at leisure the P. would be glad to see him. AL , NjP : George Washington...
Let me entreat you to finish the good Offices you have begun for me, by giving short answers (as...
Enclosed are the last dispatches I have rec’d from Mr Gouvr Morris. As they unfold, pretty...
Letter not found: to James Madison, 10 Oct. 1791. Sold by Stan V. Henkels, 1892, catalog 694,...
Enclosed I return you the list of Sales in the Federal City. You will oblige me, by drafting a...
At as early an hour this evening as you can make it convenient, I should be glad to see you. yrs...
If Mr Madison could make it convenient to spare half an hour from other matters, G. W. would be...
If Mr Madison can make it convenient to call upon the P——between eight and nine this forenoon and...
As there is a possibility if not a probability, that I shall not see you on your return home; or,...
The calamitous situation of Philadelphia and the little prospect from present appearances of its...
Herewith you will receive Sundry Pamphlets &ca under the patronage of Sir John Sinclair. I send...
The Agricultural Society of Philadelphia, are preparing the “out lines of a Plan for establishing...
The papers, of which I was speaking to you on friday evening, are herewith sent. In looking over...
The enclosed letters, with the additional explanation that follows, will bring the case of young...
I thank you for forwarding Mr Campbells letter; & whenever I shall have the pleasure of seeing...
As you are knowing to the situation of young Mr Fayette; to the measures I have adopted in his...
The President of the United States requests, the Pleasure of Mr Madison’s Company to Dine, on...
The President of the United States, requests the Pleasure of Mr Madison’s Company to Dine, on...
Notwithstanding the conviction I am under of the labour which is imposed upon you by Public...
The enclosed were communicated to me (as you will perceive) to make a Confidential use of. Upon...
To draw such a line for the conduct of the President as will please every body, I know is...
Mr. Madison having been so obliging as to draw the answer to the Address of the House of...
… As far as a momentary consideration has enabled me to judge, I see nothing exceptionable in the...
As the Communications herewith enclosed will not take much time to Read; As there are matters...
I want to communicate two matters to Congress; the substance of which is contained in the...
Consequent of the enclosed resolution, I had a conference with the Comee. therein named...
Confidential The points which at present occur to me, and on which I wish your aid, are brought...
My solicitude for drawing the first characters of the Union into the Judiciary, is such that, my...
I return Mr. Jefferson’s letter with thanks for the perusal of it. I am glad he has resolved to...
If the weather will permit, & Mr Madison’s health suffer him to go out to day, the Presdt. would...
If Mr. Madison is at leizure the P. would be glad to see him. RC ( NjP ); Tr ( MH : Sparks...
Let me entreat you to finish the good Offices you have begun for me, by giving short answers (as...
Enclosed are the last despatches I have received from Mr Govr. Morris. As they unfold pretty...
Letter not found. 10 October 1791, Mount Vernon. Listed in Stan. V. Henkels Catalogue No. 694...
Enclosed I return you the list of Sales in the Federal City. You will oblige me, by drafting a...
If Mr. Madison could make it convenient to spare half an hour from other matters, GW would be...
If Mr. Madison can make it convenient to call upon the P—— between eight and nine this forenoon...
As there is a possibility if not a probability, that I shall not see you on your return home; or,...