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101 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 3 May 1826 1826-05-03 I have percieved in some of our Professors a disinclination to the preparing themselves for...
102 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 11 April 1818 1818-04-11 Yours of Mar. 29. came to duly to hand, but I put off answering it because I expected to have...
103 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 14 July 1824 1824-07-14 I have attentively read your letter to mr Wheaton on the question whether at the date of the...
104 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 3 April 1826 1826-04-03 From the preceding enactment for the establishment of a President of the University the...
105 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 11 April 1820 1820-04-11 Our brewing for the use of the present year has been some time over. About the last of Oct. or...
106 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 28 January 1821 1821-01-28 My neighbor, friend and physician, Doctr. Watkins, being called to Philadelphia, is desirous to...
107 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 20 November … 1824-11-20 Gilmer is arrived in N. York sick of a fever which he has had thro’ the whole voyage of 35. days...
108 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 24 February … 1823-02-24 I have read mr Cox’s letters and some of his papers, which I now return you. it is impossible for...
109 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 15 October 1824 1824-10-15 I wished to have communicated to you my letter to Gilmer before I sent it off. but the danger of...
110 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 23 September … 1819-09-23 The law establishing the University requires the Visitors to make a report annually embracing a...
111 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 13 June 1823 1823-06-13 I communicated to you a former part of a correspondence between Judge Johnson of Charleston and...
112 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 22 June 1817 1817-06-22 In two packages, distinct from this letter, I return you your father’s meteorological diaries,...
113 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 25 February … 1822-02-25 I have no doubt you have recieved, as I have done, a letter from Dr. Morse with a printed...
114 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 15 November … 1817-11-15 We are sadly at a loss here for a Palladio. I had three different editions, but they are at...
115 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 7 January 1824 1824-01-07 I send you two letters of D r Cooper for perusal. altho’ the trustees of that College and the...
116 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 28 June 1818 1818-06-28 Being to set out in a few days for Bedford from whence I shall not return till about a week...
117 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 15 November … 1823-11-15 I return your letter to the President, and that of mr Rush to you, with thanks for the...
118 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 20 November … 1824-11-20 Gilmer is arrived in N. York sick of a fever which he has had thro’ the whole voyage of 35. days...
119 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 23 January 1825 1825-01-23 I inclose you a letter from mr. Cabell and a copy of the bill I prepared and sent him as he...
120 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 24 October 1823 1823-10-24 I forward you two most imporant letters sent to me by the President and add his letter to me by...
121 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 24 December … 1825-12-24 I have for some time considered the question of Internal improvemt as desparate. The torrent of...
122 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 2 January 1826 1826-01-02 I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the last with entire approbation...
123 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 12 February … 1825-02-12 I concur with entire satisfaction in your amendment of my resolution, and am peculiarly pleased...
124 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 6 January 1823 1823-01-06 I send you a mass of reading, and so rapidly does my hand fail me in writing that I can give but...
125 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 30 October 1821 1821-10-30 I heard in Bedford that you were attaked with the prevailing fever, and with great joy on my...
126 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 29 June 1819 1819-06-29 Letter not found. 29 June 1819, Monticello. Described as a one-page autograph letter, signed,...
127 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 6 October 1824 1824-10-06 Within 6. hours after we had all dispersed yesterday to our several homes, the inclosed most...
128 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 7 July 1819 1819-07-07 Preparing within 4. or 5. days to set out for Bedford, where I shall continue two months, I have...
129 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 16 February … 1823-02-16 You already know that the legislature has authorised the literary board to lend us another 60,000...
130 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 18 October 1825 1825-10-18 Every thing is going on smoothly at the University. The Students are attending their schools more...
131 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 12 May 1822 1822-05-12 I thank you for the communication of mr Rush’s letter which I now return. mr Bentham’s character...
132 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 15 April 1817 1817-04-15 I sincerely congratulate you on your release from incessant labors, corroding anxieties, active...
133 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 3 September … 1824-09-03 I am near closing my catalogue, and it is important I should recieve the kindness of your...
134 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 26 December … 1824-12-26 I inclose you a long letter from mr Cabell and a long answer from my self, not much work reading,...
135 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 13 August 1820 1820-08-13 I recieved yesterday the inclosed Letter proposing to me an interposition which my situation...
136 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 28 June 1818 1818-06-28 Being to set out in a few days for Bedford from whence I shall not return till about a week...
137 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 7 July 1819 1819-07-07 Proposing within 4. or 5. days to set out for Bedford, where I shall continue two months, I have...
138 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 21 April 1826 1826-04-21 Mr Wirt declined the offices proposed to him. Mr. Lomax has accepted the Professorship of Law,...
139 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 1 February 1825 1825-02-01 I concur with you in the favorable opinion of mr. Barber; and altho’ I should prefer Preston, as...
140 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 15 February … 1825-02-15 Mr. Cabell’s last letter to me, of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
141 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 11 October 1824 1824-10-11 The reciept of the inclosed letter did not give me more pleasure than I feel in communicating it...
142 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 22 November … 1822-11-22 The person who hands you this letter is an interesting subject of curiosity. He was taken...
143 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 14 March 1823 1823-03-14 The inclosed lre. in Gr. Lat. Fr. and Eng. with it’s accompaniments being intended for your...
144 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 13 January 1821 1821-01-13 I return you mr. Coxe’s letter without saying I have read it. I made out enough to see that it...
145 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 17 May 1820 1820-05-17 As the measures which were adopted at the last meeting of our visitors were of a very leading...
146 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 30 November … 1819-11-30 A visit of the ladies of our family to mrs. Madison gives me an opportunity of sending you our...
147 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 7 April 1822 1822-04-07 Your favor of Mar. 29. did not come to hand until the 4 th instant. only mr Cabell, Gen l Cocke...
148 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 30 August 1823 1823-08-30 I recieved the inclosed letters from the President with a request that after perusal, I would...
149 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 17 February … 1826-02-17 My Circular was answered by Gen l Breckenridge, approving, as we had done, of the immediate...
150 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 6 February 1818 1818-02-06 I inclose you a letter from Dr. Cooper, considerably important to the first successes of our...