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21 January 1785 . JM was nominated twice by Jefferson in 1784 for membership in this society (...
I am very sory that I had not the pleasure of seeing you in Baltimore on your way to Congress....
Influenc’d by the best motives, friendship for you and love for my Country, I take the liberty of...
Prompted by the good of my Country, I hope will sufficiently apologize for my addressing you on...
I have been happy in forming the acquaintance of Mr. Mazzey, & receiving at the Same time your...
Letter not found. 19 May 1785. Noted in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC: Madison...
In appealing to your Candor I feel a confidence that no apology will be necessary for the present...
I will make no Apology to you for the small Portion of Time that the Perusal of this letter may...
I have the honor, as well as great Pleasure, of enclosing a diploma from the College of New...
Tho’ I have not the honor of personaly knowing You, the benevolence of Your Character emboldens...
I congratulate you upon the success of that inestimable Constitution which I had the honor to...
I was honord a few days ago by your favor of the 27th. May for which accept my thanks. It gives...
I arrived here last evening much fatigued with my Journey. The Roads were much worse than usual...
I have had the honor to receive your favors of the 9th. & 21st. of April for which accept my...
I was this day duely favord with yours of the 24th. of Septr. & the 12th. of October for which...
I herewith inclose you two Letters which were this Morning brought for you to our Lodgings—also...
Supposing that it might not be unacceptable; I have taken the liberty of enclosing you an extract...
I suppose that you have been made acquainted before this with the several acts which have passed...
The Assembly have proceeded with so much tardiness that notwithstanding the length of time we...
Mrs. Carr was informed by Mr Jefferson, previous to his departure to Europe, that he had...
Being neither acquainted with your Secretary at War, nor Doctor White the Superintendant for the...
An early acquaintance, a similarity of sentiment, and the deserved estimation you have attained...
As few things in this life can go nearer my heart, than danger to the American Union. For some...
On my way to this place I met a Man from the Settlement on Cumberland River in North Carolina who...
Being cut off from the occurrences in the Assembly I have nothing to write you upon, but the...
My going to Virginia this winter is indispensible. It is probable, from the state in which events...
The Election for Senators came on yesterday and terminated as I gave you some reason to apprehend...
The Gentlemen who have arrived from the Convention inform us that you are on the way to join...
With great pleasure I received your favor of the 20th. Ult, but being distant from Town it did...
I arrived here on Wednesday night last, and have as yet had but little opportunity to sound the...