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I hereby assign & convey to James Madison President of the Uni ted States the within named...
Your favor from Fredericksburg came safe to hand. I inclose you the extract of a letter I...
I sent you last week some of Fenno’s papers in which you will have seen it asserted impudently &...
Tho late, I congratulate you on the revocation of the French decrees, & Congress still more; for...
I send you a letter of Short’s for perusal, & one of Edgar Patterson asking what is already I...
¶ From Thomas Jefferson. Letter not found. 2 June 1820 . Enclosed in Dolley Madison to Lewis J....
I wrote you last on the 24th. since which yours of the 20th. is recieved. I must begin by...
Nothing new. P. S. Opening Freneau’s p⟨aper⟩ this moment I see a peice against the […] impost...
The difference between a communication & sollicitation is too obvious to need suggestion. While...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mr Madison & sends him the inclosed which...
Letter not found. Ca. 1 March 1792. Mentioned in JM to Jefferson, 5 Mar. 1792 . Concerns...
I was informed on my arrival here that Genl. Pinckney’s dispatches had on their first receipt...
The road through Ravensworth is rendered absolutely impassable for a four wheeled carriage by a...
Yours by yesterday’s post has been recieved, & I now return you the letters of Yznardi,...
The inclosed letter from our antient friend Tenche Coxe came unfortunately to Monticello after I...
I inclose you Clarke’s memoranda. The following articles seem proper for Executive attention. An...
Your’s of the 15th. came to hand yesterday. I am very thankful for the discretion you have...
I left at Washington a great coat of which I shall have great need. should this reach you before...
On the occasion of your separation from mr Robert Smith , I recollect your mentioning in one of...
I return you the papers which accompanied yours of yesterday. I think the case of Capt Hewes is...
I wrote you on the 5th. covering an open letter to Colo. Monroe. Since that I have received yours...
I have no doubt you have occasionally been led to reflect on the character of the duty imposed by...
It was agreed yesterday 1. that a copy of the proclamation should be inclosed to each member in a...
I now return you the papers reserved from the last post. our regular answer to mr Livingston may...
Notes on the British claims in the Missipi territory. 1803. Mar. 3. act of Congress gave to Mar....
By this day’s mail I forward you ⅓ of a parcel of seeds of the Sea-Kale sent here by Gen l Cock...
the inclosed was sealed before I recollected that I have mentioned a petition instead of an...
I omitted in my letter of the 23d to say any thing on the subject of mr Wirt; which however was...
Yours of the 20th. came to hand last night. I sincerely regret that mrs Madison is not likely to...
I wrote you last on the 8th. We have still not a word from our envoys. This long silence (if they...