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I thank you for the information given in your letter of the 27th. uto. respecting the...
Letter not found. 19 May 1790. Acknowledged in JM to Monroe, 1 June 1790 . Reports illness of his...
It is probable some establishment of a Military Nature under the United States may be made at the...
I am sorry to trouble you at present with a letter considering your Time must be employed in...
I thank you for your last favor. It relieved me much. But an event of yesterday has given me a...
I have just received a Letter on a very singular Subject which I will not write but inform You of...
It having been suggested to the Inhabitants of this place and Falmouth, that the people of the...
I am much obliged by your attention to the Business of the Inspection Laws of this State. I will...
The evening myself & Friends left New York thou gave it as thy opinion the subject that induced...
Abstract. June 1790. JM endorsed this twelve-page manuscript: “Notes by the Revd. Mr. Hurt June...
I take the liberty to inclose you a letter from Col Carrington, which you will please deposit...
This will be handed to you by the Post, and will inform you that, I have lately return’d from...
Your favour of the 25th. of May inclosing a resolution of both Houses of Congress, on the subject...
I have been favourd with your letter of the 27th. uto. inclosing some papers for which I request...
I have just return’d from the chancery court & sit out for Albemarle tomorrow. I shall remain...
I had the honour of your favour by Mr: Deas with the papers referred to, but my necessary absence...
The only surviving evidence in JM’s papers that explicitly links location of the national capital...
As I am under the necessity of giving Mr Alexr. White notice of the time and place that I intend...
Being informed that some Members of the House of Representatives are opposed to allowing any...
It is now nearly two Months since I addressed a Petition to the Hon’ble House Representatives in...
Your favor of the 17th. of June I have recd. & am sorry to find the most important measures of...
I am favourd with your letter of the 24th. ulto, & request that you’ll accept my thanks for it, &...
You will please excuse me in the liberty I am taking, which is to put you to the trouble of...
The Gentleman who will hand you this is a Mr. Austin, whom I take the liberty of introducing to...
I take the liberty to recommend to your Attention the inclosed certificate respecting the...
Although I have not the honor of being personally Known to you, I flatter myself that you will...
Letter not found. 9 July 1790. Acknowledged in JM to James Madison, Sr., 31 July 1790 . Encloses...
I recieved in due course yours of the 2ed ulto. enclosing a letter for Sterling Pleasants, and...
I hope you will be so good as to pardon me for taking the liberty calling for your aide and...
Finding from Mr. Fennos account of your Proceedings that the Session of Congress is near its...
I have received your Favour of the 23d. of last month. I hope the addition of two commissioners...
Count Andreani is just such a man as you have described him to be in your letter. Is it not...
Your favor of the 4th Instant came duly to hand and I am much obliged for the information it...
… I am happy to find that Potowmac stands on so good grounds as the Permanent seat of Congress. I...
Yours of the 4th of July was the last recd. acknowledging mine by Mr. Garnett. Those of earlier...
Having been for a considerable length of time out of the way of the post Office it is long since...
I am favour’d with your letter of the 24 ulto. with a paper inclos’d, for which I beg you’ll...
I am much obliged by your Favour of the 25th. of July. I am sorry that your efforts to obtain an...
Your servant now returns with many thanks for the aid of him & your horses. I was disappointed in...
Mr. Randolph arrived last night without having been able to get me a horse, or even to hear of...
Letter not found. Ca. 1 November 1790 Mentioned in JM to Ambrose Madison, 2 Jan. 1791 . Reports...
You did me the favour on a former occasion, to offer the claim I made for half pay, to Mr...
You will be pleasd to excuse me in Troubling with my Long unhappey Chase I have had in North...
You will oblige me by taking the trouble to peruse the Report which accompanies this; and if the...
You will perhaps be pleasd in receiving a few lines from me at this time with an account of our...
My friend Mr. Giles will present you this. He is particularly desirous of being known to you. I...
Memorandum. Colonel James Madison will be kind enuf to inquire of Colo Edward Carington if he has...
Expecting in a few days to embark for Hispaniola under a Consular Commission from the United...
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...