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J Madison presents his respects to Col: Randolph & incloses a misdirected letter of Mr. Fanleon....
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I was glad to recieve your letter of yesterday, altho’ I assure you it was not necessary to...
It is not long since I was apprised that the state of your affairs had become doubtful, and only...
In compliance with the request of Col o Bowyer, conveyed through you, to furnish a list of the...
Presuming that you will by this time have returned from your trip to the lower country, I enclose...
I rec d the bottle of wine you were so kind as to send me about a fortnight ago and have kept it...
I certainly had not the most distant thought of bearing on any controverted question, when, in my...
Your favor of Jan. 31. is this moment rec d and without loss of time I have filled up the dates...