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141 Madison, James Atlee, S. Yorke James Madison to S. Yorke Atlee, 30 June 1835 1835-06-30 I have received your letter of the 3. Instant. My handwriting is now so varied by the effect of...
142 Madison, James Allen, William James Madison to William Allen, 27 June 1835 1835-06-27 I have just drawn a check on the Bank for $60. Having only fifty to my credit there I must...
143 Madison, James Everett, Edward James Madison to Edward Everett, 23 June 1835 1835-06-23 I have duly recd. your favour, postmarked the 9th. inst. containing your suggestion on the...
144 Madison, James Unidentified Correspondent to James Madison, 18 June … 1835-06-18 Casting around an enquiring look for the Causes which have lead to our present Internal National...
145 Joy, George Madison, James George Joy to James Madison, 18 June 1835 1835-06-18 I have two members watching the progress of the Registration and Impressment Bills; and I shall...
146 Madison, James Peyton, Bernard James Madison to Bernard Peyton, 16 June 1835 1835-06-16 My wagon will set off in the morning with two more hogsheads tobacco, which I hope will find a...
147 Madison, James Tucker, George James Madison to George Tucker, 13 June 1835 1835-06-13 The box containing the bound newspapers has come safe to hand; one of the volumes in an improved...
148 Everett, Edward Madison, James Edward Everett to James Madison, 9 June 1835 1835-06-09 (Private) By this day’s Mail I beg leave to forward you a copy of an address delivered by me on...
149 Tucker, George Madison, James George Tucker to James Madison, 3 June 1835 1835-06-03 Your volumes of newspapers, which I return by the stage to morrow, I have kept an unreasonable...
150 Madison, James Duer, William A. James Madison to William A. Duer, 29 May 1835 1835-05-29 I have received your letter of the 25th. and feel a pleasure in gratifying the wish of Chancellor...