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To James Madison from George Washington, Ca. 1789-1796

From George Washington, Ca. 1789-1796

§ From George Washington. Ca. 1789–1796. Three notes requesting consultation with JM on unspecified matters:

“Thursday, 9 oclk.

“If you could make it convenient to call here before you go to the House, you would oblige me. I want to have some conversation with you on two or three matters. Yrs Affectly.”

“Sunday ½ past 7 oclk.

“If you have leisure to give the enclosed a reading, and me an opportunity of conversing with you further on the subject about half after Six this afternoon, or tomorrow at breakfast, eight oclock, it would oblige your affecte. sert.”

“Friday, 9 oclk.

“If Mr Madison, can make it convenient to call on the P. between this and ten oclock, or at that hour, he would be glad to see him.”

Trs (MH: Jared Sparks Collection of American Manuscripts, vol. 24). Undated; conjectural range of dates assigned based on the location of these notes among numerous others from Washington to JM transcribed by Jared Sparks, all of which were dated in this time period by either Washington, JM, or the PJM description begins William T. Hutchinson et al., eds., The Papers of James Madison (Congressional Series, vols. 1–10, Chicago, 1962–77; vols. 11–17, Charlottesville, Va., 1977–91). description ends editors (see PJM, description begins William T. Hutchinson et al., eds., The Papers of James Madison (Congressional Series, vols. 1–10, Chicago, 1962–77; vols. 11–17, Charlottesville, Va., 1977–91). description ends 12:26, 131–32, 166, 325, 13:70–71, 180–81, 311, 318, 321, 14:87–88, 234, 299, 16:223–24).

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