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    • Monroe, James
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Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. He has the pleasure to send him a letter from Mr....
Genl. Scott having intimated to me his intention to visit the federal city, I take the liberty to...
I am so far on my way to Madrid and on the point of recommencing my journey this morning. my...
I wrote you lately by Col: Mercer, by whom I intended to have forwarded Carey’s letter respecting...
Nothing is more difficult than to give you a suitable nomination for comrs. of bankry. at...
I shod. have answer’d yours of the 24. ulto. as soon as I recd. it, had I not perceived it was...
I recd. yours of the 25. ulto. with one to Mr. de Cepede , this morning, when I also recd. my...
An idea has occurr’d to me which I will take the liberty to submit to your consideration. I have...
I omitted in my last letter to state to you that in the publication of our late correspondence,...