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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 have received my dear Sir, your letter of the 15th. ultimo. I did not anticipate a complaint...
I received a few days ago your letter of the 9th Ultimo, with an enclosure for Mr George Joy,...
I have recd. your letter of the 21. Ult in which you wish to obtain my recollection of what...
Fully knowing the patriotic zeal with which you commenced & continued the last War with Great...
I have just received your letter of the 5th. with the Bond enclosed in it, and catch a fugitive...
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...
I have received yours of the 15th Sepr. and have commenced an answer; but interruptions of...
J. Madison with his best respects to Col: Coles, requests the favor of him to have the enclosed...
Being a Virginian and having had the pleasure in my Earlier days of often Seeing and hearing you...
Permit me to present you, through my friend Mr. Crabb, of Philadelphia, now on a patriotic...
I recd. in the due time your letter of Aug. 11. But in my present condition I have been obliged...
Unless the day should be unfavorable, Mrs Trist & myself & children will set out to-morrow, to...
On the credit of the inclosed letter of introduction from an ancient colleague of the early...
I must apologize for the great delay in acknowledging your letter of Apl. 20th, by referring,...
Ever since certain evil minded persons entered the Navy-yard at Charlestown, and beheaded the...
J. M. presents his thanks to Professor Dew for the Copy of his Essay on Usury. The subject being...
J. M. with his respects to Mr. Gilpin acknowledges the receipt of his able & eloquent Speech on...
J. Madison with his respects to Mr Southard returns him many thanks for his biographical...
I am sensible of the delay in acknowledging your letter of and regret it. But apart from the...
In returning my thanks, which I do most heartily, for your letter of the 29th ulto, I must be...
I have been much distress’d to hear, that you have lately been so ill as to be given over by your...
It is with a great degree of diffidence that I intrude on your advanced age and retirement with...
Suffer me to ask a favour of you (as a Relic and a testimonial of that Regard that a father would...
In transmitting the enclosed letter for Mrs. Madison, I cannot resist the impulse of my feelings...
I have received your two letters of June 4th & 11th. with their enclosures. The letter to your...
I inclose a letter for Mr. George Joy of London, which I request the favor of you to have...
It was with much reluctance I gave up the idea of calling to see you on my way to the Mountains,...