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The determination of Congress with respect to the Ratio of Representation gives no small degree...
Agreeably to your request I have examined the musters of the late Virginia line, from which it...
I have now only time to acknowledge the receipt of yr. favor 25th. Instant, & to mention an...
Mr. Otway Bird wishes to obtain your assistance in some Business wh. he has with Congress, & has...
Letter not found. 26 November 1791. Acknowledged in JM to his father, 10 Dec. 1791 . Concerns...
I wrote to you a few lines by yesterdays post. The affair of Mr Carrolls House gives us...
I wrote to you a few lines by post respecting the affair of Mr Carrolls House —it is a subject I...
I have to apologize to you for not answering sooner the enquiries which you requested me to make...
The arguments on the subjects of the British debts are at length concluded and it is expected the...
Being Convinced in my own mind, that America, would, one day, or another; have a navy—and being...
I embrace the first oppy. to inform you that your Conjectures with respect to the motives of the...
The enclosed please to give to our friend Frenau. It contains a list of some subscribers to his...
Your favor of the 10th. Novemr. I recd. some days ago—on my giving the two Mr. Dickensons notice...
… Having spent 6 days in Richmond in hearing two Gent’n on each side argue the great Question...
Abstract. 10 December 1791. “Distances on the Wabash; with observations on its navigation.” The...
I send by this post the act of our Assembly past last Saturday entiteld [ sic ] an Act Concerning...
Permit us (th’o Stranger[s]) to beg leave to trouble you, with a matter that there is no one but...
I wrote a few lines lately confidentially. The following are under the same circumstances. You...
I sieze the earliest moment to inform you that all the Amendments to the federal Constitution...
Letter not found. 15 or 16 December 1791. Mentioned in Carroll to JM, 20 Dec. 1791 . Refers JM to...
Yours of the 4th I duly recieved, and am much pleased, at the acct of my Dr Boys situation, &...
Yours of the 23d. of November came this day to hand; and I thank you for the paper inclosed. The...
I mentiond in my last of the 15th or 16th Instant of which please to acknowledge the receipt,...
Abstract. 20 December 1791. “Account of Indians inhabiting the North-Eastern parts of the...
You may hear something on the Subject of a memorial from some of the proprietors respecting D....
I wrote to you by last Post from Bladensburgh. A Letter from Mr Lee, & the News papers shew me...
Mr James Marshall brother to our friend John is about going to London on business very important...
My last was, I beleive, on the 21st. Instt since which yrs. of the 20th Came to hand. I do indeed...
Yr. favors of the 20th. & 25th came to hand. Mr Carroll writes me that he shall sett of[f] for...
The enclosed papers I intended to have copied & sent to the President—but for want of paper, the...
Yr. favor of the 1st Instant is come to hand. It will I presume be necessary to come to some...
I have noticd in my last the receipt of yr. favor of the 1st Inst. Since which I have little to...
I have your two letters Decr. 18h. & Jany. 1st. In the first you mention having given to Mr....
I embrace this opportunity by Mr. MCAlister the gentleman with whom I lodge, to inform you that I...
I received the inclosed late last night, and it is not in my power to see mr. H. this morning. If...
Snow on the ground for seven days past & now snowing fast. Good weather for wheat. Your letter of...
Your favor of the 10th came to hand. I see by the papers that Mr. Benson has brought forward the...
From your publick exertions in behalf of the late continential Officers for their losses...
I wrote to you abt 4 posts past, & to Mr Carroll 2 letters since—there has been a mutual...
I received last night your letter of the 21st. On reference to the post office the subscribers to...
I forget whether the deed of the Mk. land was made to you singly, or to us jointly, or severally....
I recollect that in the late session of Congress, You strongly urged the propriety of making a...
Your favor of the 24th. of Novr. I have received, but the one which it mentions as having been...
I am much obliged to you for the papers & pamphlet you sent me by the Grange, wch. have afforded...
I have your letter of the 29h. Frenau’s Gazette you mention has not reached me, nor indeed have I...
Mr Johnson wrote to me the 31st Ulto. that he shoud set out for Pha the day following—it was with...
John Carey presents his humble respects to the honble. Mr. Madison, & requests, that, if he has...
Letter not found. 8 February 1792. Acknowledged in JM to Pendleton, 21 Feb. 1792 . The list of...
The receipt of your letter of the 29th. ult. gave me a sensible pleasure as it recommences a...
The Freinds of Mrs. Lovel have requested me to bespeak the attention of my Freinds in Congress,...