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Should you think it necessary to remove Mr. Hodge the surveyor for Newbury port Massachusetts, we...
I am desired by the friends of Mr. John H Andrews the Son in Law of Colo. Hitchborn to recommend...
After much reflection, & casting my eye around in pursuit of a suitable person To fill The Office...
Agreeable to your wish —I have made every enquiry respecting the situation of Joseph Tucker...
Not hearing from me since my return from Maine on the subject of pecuniary affairs, I fear your...
On my return from Boston I found your favr. of the 30th Ulto. from Montpelier, Yours of the 6th...
For value received, I promise to pay to James Madison Esqr. or order Seven thousand, five hundred...
Letter not found. 29 May 1811. Mentioned in JM to Cutts, 16 June 1811 , as transmitting the news...
Your favr. of the 20th. Inst. did not come to hand whilst I was in Boston, I regret the...
The Court of Chancery met on Tuesday last–Mr Vanzandt has not thought proper to proceed in his...
¶ From Richard Cutts. Letter not found. 22 November 1822 . Acknowledged as received by JM in John...
¶ From Richard Cutts. Letter not found. 29 April 1824. Acknowledged in JM to Cutts, 3 May 1824 ....
Yours of the 5h., with a check on the Bank of Columbia for one hundred & fifty six Dollars &...
I am happy to learn by yr. Postscript that all our Foreign affairs remain in Statu quo. You...
I am well aware, My Dear Uncle, of the numerous calls upon your attention, yet as I am convinced...
Letter not found. 23 August 1809. Acknowledged in JM to Cutts, 7 Sept. 1809 . Mentions the...
The Papers this morng from Boston have thrown a gloom over our countenances, as they respect the...
I have the pleasure to introduce to you the bearer Mr Ogg of this City, who visits Richmond for...
A vessel has just arrived in a short passage from Liverpool bringing London papers to the...
Rd. Cutts presents his compliments to the President of the U.S. and sincerely regrets the...