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1 Monroe, James Brent, Richard James Monroe’s Account of a Conversation with Thomas … 1809-11-30 I do not know what particular fact or circumstance can have given rise to the apprehension lately...
2 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 6 January 1812 1812-01-06 A circumstance has occurr’d with which it may be useful for you to be made acquainted , with,...
3 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 7 June 1813 1813-06-07 During the last session of Congress the current business pressed so heavily on me, and after its...
4 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 23 November 1813 1813-11-23 The enclosed was written before my late visit to Albemarle , and detaind in consequence of it, to...
5 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 16 April 1811 1811-04-16 The minister of Russia , Count Pahlen & his brother , having intimated their intention to make...
6 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 30 September 1816 1816-09-30 The inclosed was left with me by M r Rush , for your opinion, of the propriety of the measure...
7 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 21 December 1814 1814-12-21 On enquiry I found that major Armstead had been regularly appointed principal assessor for our...
8 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 14 February 1814 1814-02-14 my engagment in preparing instructions, for our ministers at gottenburg , Russia , Sweden , &...
9 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 28 April 1816 1816-04-28 The enclosed may gave you some amusment. I have read neither, and cannot therefore speak of their...
10 Monroe, James Jefferson, Thomas James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 10 July 1815 1815-07-10 The intelligence which you communicated to me the evening before I left home, of a vote having...