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61 Madison, James James Madison: Notes for the Virginia Constitutional … 1829-10-01 The plan proposed by the gentleman from Northampton, freed as it has been from one of its...
62 Board of Visitors, University of Virginia Board of Visitors, University of Virginia, 12 July 1828 1828-07-12 Saturday, July 12. The Board met, present the same as yesterday. Resolved That James Monroe &...
63 Madison, James James Madison: Notes on nullification and the nature of … 1831-12-01 thinks it more desirable than probable that on discussing the urgent case of S. C, abstract...
64 Madison, James James Madison: Paragraph of introduction to Thomas … 1826-07-01 The Editor, tho’ he cannot be insensible to the genius, the learning, the philosophic inspiration...
65 Board of Visitors, University of Virginia Board of Visitors, University of Virginia, 16 December … 1826-12-16 Saturday, Decr. 16th. The board met: present the same as yesterday, with the addition of Mr...
66 Madison, James James Madison: Notes on the federal system and the … 1830-12-01 Compact express or tacit, [begin? bein?] & essence of free Govt. social compact, theoretical, but...
67 Madison, James James Madison: Temperance statement, July 1831 1831-07-01 Being satisfied from observation and experience, as well as from Medical testimony that ardent...
68 Franklin, Benjamin —— From Benjamin Franklin to ——, [1760?] 1760-01-01 Draft (fragment): Library of Congress This fragment in Franklin’s hand is written on what appears...
69 Board of Visitors, University of Virginia Board of Visitors, University of Virginia, 10 July 1828 1828-07-10 At a meeting of the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, held at the University on...
70 Madison, James James Madison: Memorandum on school of military … 1827-02-12 I concur with General Cocke in opinion that William Matthews may, with the approbation of the...