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By Virtue of the Power and Authority invested in us, by the Delegates and Representatives of the...
Received twenty pounds for the Use of Colo. James Maddison for collecting Arms by Warrant from...
1776 . Lists costs for clothing, for equestrian provisions, for money “paid to Dr Wiggins,” for...
20 May 1776 . In “A Memorandum Book and Register, for the months of May & June 1776,” now in the...
Ca. 21 May 1776 . In “A Memorandum Book,” Bradford noted on 28 May 1776: “This morning I recieved...
When the committee laid its amended draft of George Mason’s proposed Declaration of Rights before...
There is no certain evidence known to the editors which fixes the time when either JM’s first or...
would be adviseable to make the best terms you can with him. I intend to apply myself to him on...
3 June 1776 . In his “Memorandum Book” (see 20 May 1776) Bradford wrote: “As my friend Maddison...
16. That religion, or the duty which we owe to our Creator , and the manner of discharging it,...
I this day disposed of the Bill of Exchange I brought down to Col. Zane at 42%. and filled up the...
The family have been pretty well since you left us except Anthony. He was taken on Wednesday...
In the election of Delegates to the Legislature for the ensuing year (1777), he was an...
This is the first time I have had an opportunity to write to you since your election to your new...
22 January 1778. JM receives for the use of Isaac Zane the sum of £180 for the county of...
I got safe to this place on Tuesday following the day I left home, and at the earnest invitation...
Since I wrote to you by Mr. Cave I have taken the freedom to give an order on Mr. Lee who is at...
An Express being just setting off for Head Quarters, I cannot help imparting to you some very...
Be Pleased to Pay to the Order of Messrs Peter Whiteside & Co. The Sum of Two hundred Pounds this...
present His Excellency Dudley Digges James Madison & David Jameson Bolling Stark Esquires The...
present His Excellency the Governor; John Page David Jameson & Dudley Digges James Madison jr...
present His Excellency; John Page James Madison & David Jameson Bolling Stark Esquires The...
present His Excellency; John Page Nathaniel Harrison Dudley Digges David Jameson & Thomas Walker...
I have read over your theoretical objections against the doctrine of moral liberty; for...
present His Excellency; John Page Nathaniel Harrison Dudley Digges David Jameson Thomas Walker...
The official manuscript “Journal of the Council of State of Virginia,” from which the earlier...
There was in the copy of the Cipher you gave me twice 8 . It may perhaps be so in my original. I...
With a disturbed mind I am now going to write to you on topics not very agreable. Mr. Penet told...
After a Tour of about 400. miles by land & water, since I left you, I am at last safely arrived,...
I have recd. from Mr. Hunter £2000. I shall not put it into the loan office as it is does not...
I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 29th.[?] Ulto. by yesterday’s post, and agreeable to...
Observations written posterior to the circular Address of Congress in Sept. 1779, and prior to...
Strayed or stolen from the common of this city, a sorrel horse, about 12 years old, and upward of...
satisfaction, a visit from I must own as your not any beneficial affects fro[m] a satisfaction...
§ Account of Cash Received as Delegate in Congress. December 1779–12 July 1782. Records the cash...
Having an opportunity by Mr. Collins I add a few lines to those I sent by Col. Burnley on the...
Resolved that James Henry, Joseph Jones, James Madison jn. and John Walker Esquires, be appointed...
Being notified that the General Assembly have honoured me with a delegation to serve this...
MS ( LC : Madison Papers, Vol. 91). Undated memorandum docketed by JM, “Livermore’s state[ment]...
FC ( LC : Madison Papers). In this retained copy, JM omitted “Hon’d Sir,” his usual salutation...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Nothing under the title of news has occurred since I wrote last week...
Nothing under the title of news has occurred since I wrote last week by express except that the...
Printed text (John Sanderson, ed., Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). The manuscript is much faded and barely legible. In his old age JM...
I am sorry I can give you no other account of our public situation than that it continues equally...
RC (University of Chicago Library). Docketed: “James Madison, Philadelph[ia,] May 8th 1780” in a...
RC ( LC : Rives Collection of Madison Papers). I had the pleasure to receive two letters from you...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). I have written several private letters to you since my arrival here,...
I have written several private letters to you since my arrival here, which as they contained...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). A Vessel from West Florida has brought to the President of Congress...