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Letter not found. 7 May 1804. Mentioned by Coxe in his docket of JM to Coxe, 3 May 1804 , as a letter informing JM of 149 copies of the laws of the U.S. shipped on 5 May.
British blockade by mere notification-- Russian--do. Not to produce a fall of the blockade plan but to annoy the adversary belligerent & to defend the distant subjects of the blockade, including neutral ports. Both before Nov. 6. 1806. Berlin & Milan Rety. Decree DLC .
As I conceive it may be useful, and I feel it to be proper that the Government should know of the enclosed republication, I have the honor to cover two of the first half sheets, and to be with perfect respect yr. mo. obedt. h. Servant I expect the completion of the whole with some additions in ten or twelve days. DLC : Papers of James Madison.
24 April 1801, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Recommends E. Forman and Samuel White for clerkships. If neither JM nor Gallatin can find employment for them, hopes JM will mention them “for any vacancy in the war or navy departments.” RC ( DLC ). 2 pp.; docketed by JM.
Mr. T. Coxe will be very much obliged to Mr. Madison if he can inform him what is the estimated amount of the debt of the Citizens of Virginia to the British Merchants; and, if he knows it, of those of any other state. He understands the following to be the debt of So. Carolina. Principal due in 1775 £ 2,000,000. Interest from 1775 to 1791 (deducting the 7 years from 1776 to 1783) is 9 years...
I have the honor to respectfully to represent to you, that the Governor of Pennsylvania has been pleased to commit to me, the Clerkship of one of the state courts. This Appointment renders it impracticable for me to finish the business of the old revenue service of the United States. The Mass of what remains relates to the secondary & subordinate officers, who have in most instances disputed...
21 April 1804, Purveyor’s Office. “I have taken pains to procure information whether I could obtain a number of sets of the laws upon more favorable terms than those of Mr. Carey. The retail price has been $2 ⅌ vol, or $12 ⅌ set. I think it was high. Books of equal cost to the printer are retailed at $2 for the thickest volumes and $1.50 for the thinest, or $10.50 for the set of 6 volumes. The...
I add to the paper No. 1 the two inclosed papers. You will excuse their rough form and the crudity of some parts. I will indeavour to add further remarks on the other Articles. This afternoon a federal merchant called on me and mentioned that a respectable French Merchant, who he named, had informed him that he had seen a letter from France to a friend here, stating as follows, that an action...
I find it to be a fact, that a family connexion of a person, who accuses ABurr, expresses his conviction that the accuser is the worst man of the two. I find it is considered here that the accuser has fears about the contents of a port-folio possessed by Mrs. . I find it asserted that a paper has been sent from the south, since the receipt of the letter in cypher, wch. paper is in the hand...
7 June 1805, Philadelphia . “Shortly before Mr. Adams[’]s mission of Messrs. Gerry, Pinckney & Marshall to France my solicitudes to avoid a quarrel with that country brought into my mind many considerations, which I was anxious to communicate to the government. I wrote an ingenerous but respectful letter to Mr. Adams, of which I have some where the rough draught, and inclosed in it the paper...