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    • Pinkney, William
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    • Madison Presidency
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    • Madison, James


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I have had the Honour to receive your Letter of the 17h. of March, and thank you sincerely for...
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I return you my sincere Thanks for your friendly Letter of the 23d. of May. Nothing could have...
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I send by this opportunity a Letter to the Secretary of State, entreating your permission to...
I beg Leave to say that I wrote on the 24h. Instant a Letter to you, explanatory of my Motives...