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    • 1812-02-09


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Mr Digges’s Compliments & best regards to Mr Madison. He has been a miserable victim to confinement for the last fortnight or He would have waited on Mrs. & Mr Madison: But rubs , at the age too of 68, are the intermediate tributes that we are forced to pay, in some shape or other, to our wretched nature, ’till we pay the last great one of all. I cannot complete a white thorn Hedge at my lower...
Some days since I addressed a letter to you as the Chief Executive magistrate of the nation, tendering my services to my country, in any capacity, in which its administration might think, I could be usefully employed. Should the proposition of Mr Gallatin’s for taxing the States, and dividing them into districts to each of which, a Collector of Revenue should be appointed, meet the approbation...