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1The Madison Family Tree (Madison Papers)
This family tree, framed under glass, is in LC: Madison Miscellany. For reasons given below, JM...
Letter not found. 1817. Offered for sale by William R. Benjamin in The Collector: A Magazine for...
The petition of George Williams of Philadelphia respectively Shows That Christopher Oates &...
You will not think it arrogant if it is suggested that until perfection becomes a human...
We take the liberty to inform you of our sad misfortunes, confined in Cuba Prison, at the inhuman...
We come, Sir, on behalf of the Citizens of Washington, to mingle our congratulations with our...
I am much indebted to the Citizens of Washington, in whose behalf you speak, for the expressions...
The magnificent spectacle which a voluntary retirement from the most exalted station, furnishes,...
Give me leave to Congratulate you on the success of your Administration, and to accept of my best...
We come, Sir, on behalf of the Citizens of Washington, to mingle our congratulations with our...
J. Madison presents his respects to Mr. Colman with his thanks for the “Century Sermon,[”] he has...
Altho’ your personal and official acquaintance with Mr. J Graham, be well known to me, I can not,...
I recd. some days ago your favor of the 26 ult: but this is the first moment I have found to...
I take the Liberty of enclosing you a prospectus of a Reading Room for the Metropolis of the...
Besey calling on me for some seed allows me just time to write a line, to await your arrival at...
Besey calling on me for some seed allows me just time to write a line, to await your arrival at...
Your two favors of the 8 & 25 ult: were duly recd. The memoir in the former was put into the...
It is with the hope, that I may be permitted without the imputation of vanity, to convey in this...
On a long list of epistolary debts which I could not attend to, during the period of my public...
Letter not found. Ca. 16 March 1817. Offered for sale in Anderson Catalogue No. 958 (9–10 May...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favour with its inclosure and shall attend to your...
I have recd. yours of with the preceding one on the same subject. I sincerely wish the success to...
Your letter of Feby 6th Covering the Resolution & address of the General Assembly did not reach...
Mr. Birkbeck, a very extensive, and one of the most scientific and best practical...
Actuated by the influence of respect for your private Character as a Citizen retiring from public...
Permit me to trouble you with the perusal of the enclos’d copy of a letter, I have this day...
I cannot take my final leave of Washington, without calling to mind the epistolary debt remaining...
Notwithstanding the lapse of time, nothing definitive has taken place, in concert with Mr....
Yours on the subject of Mr. Brewer was duly received, and would alone have been a sufficient...
While gratitude fills and warms, the breast of a great and grateful people, whose feelings of...
Mr Capellano has decided to make you a visit at Montpellier in the course of the summer. He says...
For value received, I promise to pay to James Madison Esqr. or order Seven thousand, five hundred...
I have recd. yours of Mar. 27. inclosing a copy of a letter to the Secy. of the Navy of the same...
Having been detained in Washington untill the 6th. inst. I did not reach home till Tuesday night,...
The interval between the date and the transmission of the inclosed was occasioned first by the...
Having been detained in Washington untill the 6 th inst. I did not reach home till Tuesday night,...
Your letter of Feb. 15. having given me the hope you would attend the meeting of the Visitors of...
Your letter of Feb. 15. having given me the hope you would attend the meeting of the Visitors of...
I sincerely congratulate you on your release from incessant labors, corroding anxieties, active...
I sincerely congratulate you on your release from incessant labors, corroding anxieties, active...
The Speech of Mr. Monroe reached town yesterday, and is in the Chronicle of this morning. I...
The Lupinella seed has just arrived in a packet from Baltimore. I have the honor to enclose you a...
I beg leave to send you, enclosed, a few English newspapers. I have not been able to look over...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the volumes inclosed, I must, without...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the Volumes inclosed, I must, without...
I was highly gratified by the perusal of your message at the opening of Congress; but indeed one...
I duly recd. the English papers you were so good as to send me; and which I now return. Altho’...
Letter not found. 23 April 1817, Montpelier. Described as a one-page autograph letter, signed, in...
I have recd. my dear Sir, Your favor of the 18, with the Lupinella Seed, for which I thank you. I...
The acting Secretary of War has advised me of your ability to supply the United States with a...