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Letter not found. Ca. 1 March 1792. Mentioned in JM to Jefferson, 5 Mar. 1792 . Concerns settlement of David Owings’s and David Woods’s Revolutionary War claims.
Letter not found. 17 June 1793. Mentioned in Jefferson to JM, 23 June : “My last was of the 17th. if I may reckon a single line any thing.” Acknowledged in JM to Jefferson, 29 June : “Your last was of the 17th. inst: & covered one paper of the 12th.”
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to Mr. Madison and asks the favor of him to procure a safe conveyance for the inclosed letter to Colo. Monroe, which is of great importance public and private, as covering papers of consequence. PrC ( DLC ); endorsed by TJ in ink on verso. Enclosure: TJ to Monroe, 21 Mch. 1796 , and enclosures.
I wrote you two days ago but by a bungle of the servant it did not get to the post office in time. This serves to cover another paper. I set out this afternoon. Adieu. Your’s affectionately FC ( MHi ); Tr ( DLC : Jefferson Papers).
The fever spreads faster. Deaths are now about 30. a day. It is in every square of the city. All flying who can. Most of the offices are shut or shutting. The banks shut up this day. All my clerks have left me but one: so that I cannot go on with business. I shall therefore set out in 3. or 4. days and perhaps see you before you get this. H. had truly the fever, and is on the recovery, and...
I have just received a Northern hare , and have got from the market a common one. It may be worth your while to come half an hour before we go to E. R’s to examine their difference, as they must be skinned soon. RC ( DLC ). Conjectural date assigned on the basis of circumstances described in n. 1 and of JM’s departure from Philadelphia circa Sunday, 20 May 1792. Jefferson later presented a...
I dine at home and alone to day and Saturday of the present week.—I inclose some loose thoughts on the bankrupt bill. RC ( DLC : Madison Papers); undated (see note to enclosure for assignment of conjectural date); addressed: “Mr. Madison”; with unrelated notations in Madison’s hand on address cover. Not recorded in SJL . Enclosure: Thoughts on the Bankruptcy Bill, [ca. 10 Dec. 1792] .
I this moment recieve yours of the 26th. The sugar of which you inclose a sample would by no means answer my purpose, which was to send it to Monticello, in order, by a proof of it’s quality, to recommend attention to the tree to my neighbors.—In my letter of yesterday I forgot to tell you there is a brig here to sail for Halifx in 10. days. She is under repair, and therefore may possibly...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to mr. Madison & asks the favor of him to procure a safe conveyance for the inclosed letter to Colo. Monroe, which is of great importance public & private, as covering papers of consequence. FC ( DLC : Jefferson Papers). Enclosed Jefferson to Monroe, 21 Mar. 1796 (printed in Ford, Writings of Jefferson Paul Leicester Ford, ed., The Writings of...
I sent you last week some of Fenno’s papers in which you will have seen it asserted impudently & boldly that the suggestions against members of Congress were mere falshoods. I now inclose his Wednesday’s paper. I send you also a copy of Hamilton’s notes. Finding that the letter would not be ready to be delivered before the Pr’s return, I made notes corresponding with his, shewing where I...