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James Madison to Charles Tudor Stewart, 22 April 1836

Montpr. Apl. 22. “36.

Sir:

Your letter was not recd. till yesterday. I would cheerfully gratify you in the object of your pursuit, but like applications have already exhausted my files, and obliged me to give that answer.

The autographs of Mr. Hamilton & Mr. Jay, two names you seem particularly to desire, I have no doubt can be easily obtained from public offices, or their family connexions. Accept my respects & good wishes.

(signed) J. M.

FC (DLC).

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