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101 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 6 December 1807 1807-12-06 I return you the papers on Clarke’s claim, which indeed I have not considered with all the...
102 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 2 September … 1807-09-02 The extract of a letter to Bishop Carroll I have inclosed to Genl. Dearborne. I return you judge...
103 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 9 November 1800 1800-11-09 This will be handed you by mr. Erwin, a gentleman of Boston, with whom I became acquainted last...
104 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 3 September … 1807-09-03 Mr. Smith’s letter of Aug. 29. & the papers it inclosed, and which are now reinclosed, will...
105 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 25 August 1793 1793-08-25 You will percieve by the inclosed papers that Genet has thrown down the gauntlet to the President...
106 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 28 July 1791 1791-07-28 I this moment recieve yours of the 26th. The sugar of which you inclose a sample would by no...
107 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 19 February … 1812-02-19 Yours of the 12th. has been duly recieved. I have much doubted whether, in case of a war,...
108 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 9 January 1790 1790-01-09 I wrote the inclosed letter to you a little before I left Paris, and having no occasion to send...
109 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 30 October 1794 1794-10-30 In the moment of the departure of the post it occurs to me that you can, by the return of it,...
110 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 28 October 1785 1785-10-28 Seven o’clock, and retired to my fireside, I have determined to enter into conversation with you;...
111 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 6 August 1802 1802-08-06 I now return you the letters of mr Pichon, and of Jones; also those of Van Polanen & Thos. Sumter...
112 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 1 November 1824 1824-11-01 I recieved yesterday from La Fayette a letter confirming his movements as stated in the Enquirer...
113 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 24 January 1796 1796-01-24 Letter not found. 24 January 1796. Acknowledged in JM to Jefferson, 7 Feb. 1796 ; mentioned in...
114 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 9 June 1793 1793-06-09 I have to acknolege the receipt of your two favors of May 27. & 29. since the date of my last...
115 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 14 July 1804 1804-07-14 The inclosed reclamations of Girod & Chote against the claims of Bapstropp to a monopoly of the...
116 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 17 June 1793 1793-06-17 Letter not found. 17 June 1793. Mentioned in Jefferson to JM, 23 June : “My last was of the 17th....
117 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 18 October 1825 1825-10-18 Every thing is going on smoothly at the University. the Students are attending their schools more...
118 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 20 June 1801 1801-06-20 I observe a great number of contracts for carrying the mails are advertised to be made within a...
119 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 23 June 1793 1793-06-23 My last was of the 17th. if I may reckon a single line any thing. Yours of the 13th. came to hand...
120 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 9 August 1808 1808-08-09 Yours of the 7th. was recieved yesterday, but the post was so late, and arriving with his...
121 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 22 July 1789 1789-07-22 My last to you was of the 18th. of June. Within a day or two after, yours of May 9. came to hand....
122 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, [24 March 1793] 1793-03-24 Th: Jefferson to J. Madison The idea seems to gain credit that the naval powers combining against...
123 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 31 October 1812 1812-10-31 This will be handed you by Monsr. de Neufville a person of distinction from France who came over...
124 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 10 March 1814 1814-03-10 Your favor of Feb. 7. was duly recieved. that which it gave me reason to expect from mr G. did...
125 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 10 March 1817 1817-03-10 Besey calling on me for some seed allows me just time to write a line, to await your arrival at...
126 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 1 May 1788 1788-05-01 The bearer hereof, Monsieur de Warville, is already known to you by his writings, some of which I...
127 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 1 June 1783 1783-06-01 The receipt of your letter of May 6. remains unacknoleged. I am also told that Colo. Monroe has...
128 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 12 May 1815 1815-05-12 I have totally forgotten the writer of the letter I forward to you , and every circumstance of...
129 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 17 September … 1787-09-17 My last to you were of Aug. 2. & 15. Since that I have sent to Havre to be forwarded to you by...
130 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 23 March 1815 1815-03-23 I duly recieved your favor of the 12th. and with it the pamphlet on the causes and conduct of the...
131 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 12 August 1808 1808-08-12 Your’s of the 10th. came to hand yesterday & I return you Foronda’s, Tufts, Soderstrom’s &...
132 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 2 May 1812 1812-05-02 It is a grievous thing to be pressed, as I am, into the service of those who want to get into...
133 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 2 September … 1806-09-02 Yours of the 30th. I recieved yesterday, and now return the papers from Cathcart, Sullivan, De...
134 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 31 July 1803 1803-07-31 I return you the petition of Samuel Miller with the pardon signed. mr Kelty had spoke to me on...
135 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 5 July 1804 1804-07-05 We did not collect the sense of our brethren the other day by regular questions, but as far as I...
136 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Memorandum to James Madison, 12 July 1803 1803-07-12 Commissions to be made out: Thomas Rodney of Delaware to be judge of Missipi. vice S. Lewis...
137 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 11 October 1805 1805-10-11 The only questions which press on the Executive for decision are Whether we shall enter into a...
138 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 15 April 1825 1825-04-15 I have received a proposition from Mr. Perry the owner of the lands which separate the two tracts...
139 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 1 September … 1807-09-01 I think with you we had better send to Algiers some of the losing articles in order to secure...
140 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 11 March 1808 1808-03-11 I suppose we must dispatch another packet, by the 1st. of Apr. at farthest. I take it to be an...
141 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison , 27 June 1810 1810-06-27 Your letters of the 8 th 15 th and 22 d are now to be acknoleged. I should consider the debt to...
142 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Memorandum to James Madison, [after 12 January 1792] 1792-01-12 Notes on the alloy of the Dollar dwt grs. dwt The Spanish dollar, till 1728, had 11–4 of pure...
143 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 7 December 1809 1809-12-07 The inclosed letter is from Father Richard, the Director of a school at Detroit; & being on a...
144 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 16 August 1807 1807-08-16 I recieved yesterday your two letters without date on the subjects now to be answered. I do not...
145 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 30 May 1812 1812-05-30 Another communication is inclosed, and the letter of the applicant is the only information I have...
146 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 24 May 1808 1808-05-24 Of the papers I recieved from you yesterday I have sent Mr. Graham’s letter (in favor of R. Brent...
147 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Notes on Alexander Hamilton’s Report on Foreign Loans … 1793-01-04 The most prominent suspicion excited by the Report of the S. of the T. of Jan. 3. 1793. is that...
148 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 9 November 1803 1803-11-09 I inclose you Clarke’s memoranda. the following articles seem proper for Executive attention. an...
149 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 19 May 1806 1806-05-19 My letter to mr. Smith takes up the whole of the subject of his & your letters by the last post,...
150 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 26 March 1812 1812-03-26 Your favor of the 6th. was duly recieved. The double treachery of Henry will do lasting good both...