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41 Kane, John K. Madison, James John K. Kane to James Madison, 28 March 1836 1836-03-28 I do myself the honour of sending you a pamphlet explanatory of the proceedings of the late...
42 Fragment in his writing re book for Lawrenceville … 1836-03-25 Front March 27 1836. Forwarded for the Lawrville Lyceum at the request in its name, of a Book...
43 Madison, James David, Virgil James Madison to Virgil David, 25 March 1836 1836-03-25 I have received Sir, your letter of the 18. of Feby., and in compliance with its request, have...
44 Madison, James Denny, Harmar James Madison to [Harmar] Denny, 25 March 1836 1836-03-25 J. M. presents his respects to Mr Denny, and as desired by Mr. V. David commits to his care a...
45 Madison, James Hickey, Daniel G. James Madison to Daniel G. Hickey, 24 March 1836 1836-03-24 I have received your letter of the lst. and would gladly furnish the information you wish, but I...
46 Madison, James Shankland, Thomas James Madison to Thomas Shankland, 24 March 1836 1836-03-24 I have recd. Sir, your letter of the 18th. Having declined such interpositions as you request of...
47 Madison, James Zollickoffer, William James Madison to William Zollickoffer, 24 March 1836 1836-03-24 I have recd. your letter of the 17th. The best answer I can give, will be found in the enclosed...
48 Madison, James Editor of the Farmers’ Register James Madison to the Editor of the Farmers’ Register … 1836-03-22 You expressed a wish (page -- vol. III,) to obtain information in relation to the history of the...
49 Madison, James Williston, C. Fenimore James Madison to C. Fenimore Williston, 19 March 1836 1836-03-19 I have recd. Sir your letter of the 9th. and am sorry that I cannot give you the information it...
50 Bigelow, Andrew Madison, James Andrew Bigelow to James Madison, 15 March 1836 1836-03-15 As a Stranger, I ought not, by the laws of courtesy, to intrude myself on your notice. But in...