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J. M. thanks Mr. Kane for his friendly communication of the 28th. March. Although in his present...
I hardly know how sufficiently to express the very great delight and instruction I derived from...
J. Madison with his respects to Govr. Cass, offers him many thanks for the copy of his late...
I am about to trouble you in a matter of delicacy and of interest. I do so, not without great...
Having made a partial collection of the autographs of distinguished individuals, the undersigned...
I have received, with your letter of the 15th. inst: a copy of your "Election Sermon on the 6th...
The enclosed letter from Col: Ch: Todd was recd. to day. I have an imperfect recollection of the...
Professor Palfrey of Harvard College being desirous of paying his respects to you on his return...
J. Madison, with his best respects to Mr. Leigh, thanks him for the Copy of his interesting...
The precise obligation imposed on a representative, by instructions of his constituents, still...
I do myself the honour of sending you a pamphlet explanatory of the proceedings of the late...
Front March 27 1836. Forwarded for the Lawrville Lyceum at the request in its name, of a Book...
I have received Sir, your letter of the 18. of Feby., and in compliance with its request, have...
J. M. presents his respects to Mr Denny, and as desired by Mr. V. David commits to his care a...
I have received your letter of the lst. and would gladly furnish the information you wish, but I...
I have recd. Sir, your letter of the 18th. Having declined such interpositions as you request of...
I have recd. your letter of the 17th. The best answer I can give, will be found in the enclosed...
You expressed a wish (page -- vol. III,) to obtain information in relation to the history of the...
I have recd. Sir your letter of the 9th. and am sorry that I cannot give you the information it...
As a Stranger, I ought not, by the laws of courtesy, to intrude myself on your notice. But in...
I desired very much to have had the pleasure of paying my respects to yourself & Mrs. Madison on...
Will you do me the favour of informing me whether or not the correspondence between yourself & my...
I did not recieve until last evening your letter of the 22d. Feby. communicating the late...
While I feel that, as an utter stranger, I am taking a very great liberty with you when I address...
J. Madison with his thanks to Mr Van Buren for the Copy of the Presidents Message of the 22d....
I have recd. Sir your letter of the 16. inst. requesting such information as I might be able to...
J. M. with his respects to Professor Rogers, returns many thanks for the Copy of his Report on...
J. Madison with friendly salutations to Mr Southard thanks him for the copy of his speech on the...
James Madison having reason to believe, that in the Autograph lately furnished to Mr. Freeman,...
Your letter introducing the Earl of Selkirk was duly delivered and I soon found that his...