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For value received, I promise to pay to James Madison Esqr. or order Seven thousand, five hundred Dollars with Interest on demand. Richard Cutts Received of James Madison Esqr Flour [ sic ] thousand Dollars to be accounted for RC ( NjP : Crane Collection); Tr ( DLC ); Tr ( DLC : Dolley Payne Madison Papers). RC in Richard Cutts’s hand. On the verso of the RC
¶ From Richard Cutts. Letter not found. 22 November 1822 . Acknowledged as received by JM in John C. Payne to Richard Cutts, ca. 25 Nov. 1822, where it is described as enclosing an account with the Second Bank of the United States and a deed for a house and lots mentioned therein.
¶ From Richard Cutts. Letter not found. 29 April 1824. Acknowledged in JM to Cutts, 3 May 1824 . Concerns JM ’s financial affairs.
The Court of Chancery met on Tuesday last–Mr Vanzandt has not thought proper to proceed in his suit–No entries were made. The Clerk told me that on the receipt of your Letter he had abandoned all idea of further proceedings–As this was the first so I trust it will be the last attempt to disturb your repose on that subject– Mrs. Cutts returned on Sunday–after a fatiguing journey–with a very bad...
I have the pleasure to introduce to you the bearer Mr Ogg of this City, who visits Richmond for the purpose of reporting the debates of the Convention. He is connected with the establishment of the National Journal. I am with respect & esteem yr Hl St RC (DLC) . Docketed by JM.
I am well aware, My Dear Uncle, of the numerous calls upon your attention, yet as I am convinced it will not be withheld when any essential benefit can be derived from its engagement, I have been tempted to address you. It is to consult you on a subject too nearly connected with my future prospects to permit me to come to a decision without the advice of one, whose experience & good wishes for...