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I have recd. yours of the 27th. Ulti. Should the whole of my little stock of Coke Devon do well...
It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge your kind favour of this day, the payment of twenty...
J. Madison with his respects to Mr. Van Buren thanks him for the copy of the President’s message...
Since my arrival here I received from Mr Charles Vaughan of Hallowell, State of Maine, a paper of...
Until a few weeks ago, I counted with certainty on making my usual pilgrimage to Montpellier...
I have recd. your letter of the 15th. with the Tobacco seed it refers to. I tender the thanks due...
It would have given me great pleasure to have delivered the inclosed communication in person—but...
I have this day drawn on you in favor of Walter S. Chandler for two hundred dollars which you...
I have received your letter of Decr. 22d. covering a communication from Mr. Hodges. Had you found...
Though I regret that I have not the honor of knowing You personally, I trust you will excuse the...
J. Madison with his respects to Mr. Woodbury thanks him for his interesting Report from the...
I thank you, tho’ at a late day, for the pamphlet comprizing your address at New-York. The...
I have received a few days ago No. 36 of the Quarterly Review, the preceding no. 35 was omitted...
I have received Sir your letter of Decr. 27th. requesting autograph names to repair the loss of a...
I received Sir in due time your letter of Septr.—with the Volume accompanying it. But such has...
William Allen is authorized to receive my share of the dividend lately declared by the Swift run...
J. Madison, with his best respects to Mr. Van Buren, thanks him for the Copy of the President’s...
Sir as the society for the purpose of raising a Monument (called the National Monument society...
I return with thanks the papers you kindly favored me with an opportunity of perusing. They are...
I have received the copy of your address to the two branches of the Legislature, which I have...
I enclose a letter from Mr. McCleland, of whom I have no knowledge, containing a plan for the...
I have received Sir your letter of Jany 23d. containing a plan for the proposed Washington...
J. Madison with his thanks to Mr Van Buren for the Copy of the Presidents Message of the 22d....
The friends of free principles in the first Congressional district of Ohio in manifestation of...
Your long intimacy with Mr. Jefferson, your accordance with him in the principles of civil...
I beg leave to present to you the accompanying speech, in which I have endeavored to maintain the...
I am requested by the Board of Managers of the Washington National Monument Society to ask the...
I had the honor, yesterday, to receive your favor of the 31st. ulto. enclosing a letter from Mr....
Permit a friend & relative, though a stranger, to address you upon a subject deeply interesting...
Private I have just received your letter of Feby. 4th. The petition to Congress was returned with...
I have received your letter of the 3d. Instant, enclosing a copy of your speech on the right of...
I feel extremely obliged to you for the polite manner in which you have been pleased to notice my...
In acknoledging the receipt of your letter of January 30. and thanking you for your kind wishes,...
J. Madison has duly received the Copy of the President’s Message of the 8th. inst., enclosed by...
In attempting to write the Life of my Father in law, the late Chief Justice Ellsworth, I am under...
I have received fellow Citizens, your letter inviting me to a public dinner, at Cincinnatti, on...
I have recd. your letter of the 6th. instant. The number relating to my religion addressed to me...
James Madison having reason to believe, that in the Autograph lately furnished to Mr. Freeman,...
Your letter introducing the Earl of Selkirk was duly delivered and I soon found that his...
I beg leave to refer you to the foregoing statement of the organization of our Society, and of...
J. M. with his respects to Professor Rogers, returns many thanks for the Copy of his Report on...
J. Madison with friendly salutations to Mr Southard thanks him for the copy of his speech on the...
I have recd. Sir your letter of the 16. inst. requesting such information as I might be able to...
J. Madison, with his best respects to Mr. Leigh, thanks him for the Copy of his interesting...
The precise obligation imposed on a representative, by instructions of his constituents, still...
While I feel that, as an utter stranger, I am taking a very great liberty with you when I address...
I did not recieve until last evening your letter of the 22d. Feby. communicating the late...
Will you do me the favour of informing me whether or not the correspondence between yourself & my...
I desired very much to have had the pleasure of paying my respects to yourself & Mrs. Madison on...
As a Stranger, I ought not, by the laws of courtesy, to intrude myself on your notice. But in...