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The expressions of esteem contained in the letter you have taken the trouble to write me, are...
The death of the late Chief Justice Marshall having justly produced a great sensation & a desire...
You will, doubtless, think me guilty of much assurance, as I certainly am, to address a note to...
Casting around an enquiring look for the Causes which have lead to our present Internal National...
I have two members watching the progress of the Registration and Impressment Bills; and I shall...
(Private) By this day’s Mail I beg leave to forward you a copy of an address delivered by me on...
Your volumes of newspapers, which I return by the stage to morrow, I have kept an unreasonable...
I beg leave again to obtrude upon you not only with my acknowledgements for transmitting the...
I have had the honour of receiving your favour of the 5th Inst. and beg leave to tender my...
The name of the Writer of this Letter will perhaps recur to your Memory. Tho many many Years have...
I trust you will not consider it arrogant in me to address you a few lines; and to make certain...
Your polite and favorable reception of my little work upon our Constitutional Jurisprudence,...
The undersigned a Com of the "Washington Literary Society" of Washington College, have been duly...
Will you allow me to ask a favor, which I cannot doubt you will very readily grant? By some...
I beg leave to present to you my friend Mr. Niles, who was associated with me as Secretary of...
In my Letter of the 4th Inst. there is an Error in transcribing from the shorthand draft: for...
On the seventh proximo the native Citizens of Ohio celebrate the Anniversary of her first...
It is only within a few days that, having received the last of the collection of American...
The above is copied from the Times 1 and more in detail than the announcement in the Sunday Times...
I should have had this pleasure sooner, but for a severe cold, which confined me to the house for...
I have thought it possible that you might have by you some manuscripts which you would have no...
I find there is an oppy for Letters to reach the Packet of the 16th at Portsmouth. I have...
"There is no knowing who will be Governor till after Election," as they say in New England; and...
I assure you sir that it is with feelings of reserve that I now intrude myself upon your notice,...
On my return from Baltimore last fall, Comdore Elliot committed to my care a cane and Vase made...
In the circular I sent you of the 29th I announced my intentions of visiting you soon but find I...
Altho’ personally unacquainted with you, I hope, my revered Sir, you will not consider it...
Since my son wrote to me last summer after enjoying as he said the delightful presence of the...
It has been my good fortune to be selected as the channel by which to forward a package to you...
The Kind interest which You have always taken in the Work of the Coast Survey, occasiones me to...
This letter will be handed to you by the Reverend Daniel Newell, the General Agent appointed by...
I take the liberty of sending to you three of the Declarations on parchment which you will oblige...
In the interview at your house and during the very interesting remarks with which you favoured me...
I have just rec’d from Mr Scrope, one of the M. Ps for this County, a Pamphlet sent him ex...
I am pleased to be able now to forward you the specimen of wrought anthracite. It came safely...
In a letter I received from my Friend Mr. Delavan, soon after his late visit to Montpelier, he...
One of your fellow Citizens of the north who is a stranger to your (person but who has Cherished...
Permit me to ask from Your venerable hand some small incident in Your publick life in Your own...
I should have to reproach myself severely for not replying to your kind note of April 11th. if my...
Honl. James Madison 1834   To Peter Gray Agt. Dr. Mar. 6. For North American Review 1834 ........
Grateful as I was for your letter considered as a mark of your kindness and esteem, it gave me...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Edwd. C. Delavan Esqr. Chairman of the Executive...
In returning you my grateful acknowledgements for your highly prized letter of the 15th instant,...
Agreeably to my intention, made known to you, I should have deposited the $7. you overpaid me in...
My neighbor & friend E. C. Delavan Esqr. of this City, being about to proceed to Virginia, & the...
I received with the greater satisfaction your kind letter of the 8th Ult. as those which it...
I received a few days ago your letter of the 9th Ultimo, with an enclosure for Mr George Joy,...
Fully knowing the patriotic zeal with which you commenced & continued the last War with Great...
An individual, who is totally unknown to your Excellency, presumes to beg a slight favour, which...
I have recd. your letter of the 3d. instant enclosing me a Check on the Bank of Virginia at...