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1 Crowninshield, Jacob Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Jacob Crowninshield, Ebenezer … 1804-03-23 Should you think it necessary to remove Mr. Hodge the surveyor for Newbury port Massachusetts, we...
2 Cutts, Richard Madison, James To James Madison from Richard Cutts, 30 June 1806 1806-06-30 I am desired by the friends of Mr. John H Andrews the Son in Law of Colo. Hitchborn to recommend...
3 Cutts, Richard Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Richard Cutts, 15 January 1807 1807-01-15 After much reflection, & casting my eye around in pursuit of a suitable person To fill The Office...
4 Cutts, Richard Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Richard Cutts, 25 November … 1803-11-25 Agreeable to your wish —I have made every enquiry respecting the situation of Joseph Tucker...
5 Cutts, Richard Madison, James To James Madison from Richard Cutts, 23 August 1816 1816-08-23 Not hearing from me since my return from Maine on the subject of pecuniary affairs, I fear your...
6 Cutts, Richard Madison, James To James Madison from Richard Cutts, 19 October 1811 1811-10-19 On my return from Boston I found your favr. of the 30th Ulto. from Montpelier, Yours of the 6th...
7 Cutts, Richard Madison, James Promissory Note from Richard Cutts, 4 April 1817 1817-04-04 For value received, I promise to pay to James Madison Esqr. or order Seven thousand, five hundred...
8 Cutts, Richard Madison, James To James Madison from Richard Cutts, 29 May 1811 1811-05-29 Letter not found. 29 May 1811. Mentioned in JM to Cutts, 16 June 1811 , as transmitting the news...
9 Cutts, Richard Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Richard Cutts, 16 July 1804 1804-07-16 Your favr. of the 20th. Inst. did not come to hand whilst I was in Boston, I regret the...
10 Cutts, Richard Madison, James Richard Cutts to James Madison, 30 November 1826 1826-11-30 The Court of Chancery met on Tuesday last–Mr Vanzandt has not thought proper to proceed in his...