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1 Hamilton, Alexander Madison, James From Alexander Hamilton to James Madison, 20 May 1801 1801-05-20 [ New York, May 20, 1801. On May 26, 1801, Madison wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your...
2 Appleton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Appleton, 5 March 1801 … 1801-03-05 5 March 1801, Leghorn. Encloses copy of Cathcart’s 3 Jan. circular letter, received on 3 Feb. Has...
3 Humphreys, David Madison, James To James Madison from David Humphreys, 6 March 1801 1801-03-06 This letter is particularly intended to transmit to Government, the circular letter received this...
4 Eaton, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Eaton, 6 March 1801 … 1801-03-06 6 March 1801, Tunis. No. 34. Reports British pressure on bey has forced Tunis to expel French...
5 King, Rufus Madison, James To James Madison from Rufus King, 7 March 1801 1801-03-07 Owing to the continuance of the King’s illness, the change of the Ministry is still incomplete,...
6 Adams, John Quincy Madison, James To James Madison from John Quincy Adams, 7 March 1801 … 1801-03-07 7 March 1801, Berlin. No. 184. Conveys news, received in letters from England, of George III’s...
7 Kirkpatrick, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Kirkpatrick, 7 March 1801 … 1801-03-07 7 March 1801, Málaga. Sends by the schooner Samuel departing for Boston a copy of 17 Feb. letter...
8 Murray, William Vans Madison, James To James Madison from William Vans Murray, 7 March 1801 … 1801-03-07 7 March 1801, The Hague. No. 129. Encloses translation of state paper from the French Directory...
9 Smith, William Loughton Madison, James To James Madison from William Loughton Smith, 7 March … 1801-03-07 7 March 1801, Lisbon. Reports that Spain has declared war on Portugal and embargoed its ships....
10 Montgomery, Robert Madison, James To James Madison from Robert Montgomery, 8 March 1801 … 1801-03-08 8 March 1801, Alicante. Transmits copy of dispatch of 19 Feb., since which he has received...
11 St. Clair, Arthur Madison, James To James Madison from Arthur St. Clair, 9 March 1801 1801-03-09 In December last I gave information that a very violent violation of the Territory had been...
12 Willis, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Willis, 9 March 1801 … 1801-03-09 9 March 1801, Norfolk, Virginia. Arrived on 8 Mar. after departure from Spain in mid-December,...
13 Bourne, Sylvanus Madison, James To James Madison from Sylvanus Bourne, 10 March 1801 … 1801-03-10 10 March 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits copies of Leiden Gazette . Reports that weight Great Britain...
14 Monroe, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Monroe, 11 March 1801 1801-03-11 I am happy in yr. acceptance of the department of State in the new admn. & sincerely hope yr....
15 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 12 March 1801 1801-03-12 I offer you my sincere condolances on the melancholy loss, which has detained you at home: and am...
16 Monroe, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Monroe, 12 March 1801 1801-03-12 Permit me to present to yr. acquaintance Mr. Camp of Culpepper a young man who was presented to...
17 Cathcart, James Leander Madison, James To James Madison from James Leander Cathcart, 13 March … 1801-03-13 Since my last dispatch the enclosed being a duplicate, I have not heard a syllable from the...
18 Cooper, Samuel S. Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel S. Cooper, 13 March 1801 1801-03-13 The law which suspended the commercial intercourse between the United States, and France and her...
19 Gelston, David Madison, James To James Madison from David Gelston, 13 March 1801 1801-03-13 Having just returned from attending our Legislature at Albany I take the earliest opportunity...
20 Kerr, Alexander Madison, James To James Madison from Alexander Kerr, 13 March 1801 1801-03-13 For the liberty I am now about to take, I have no apology to offer, save that of Mrs. Kerr having...
21 Stevens, Ebenezer Madison, James To James Madison from Ebenezer Stevens, 13 March 1801 1801-03-13 Inclosed is Invoice & Bill of Lading of a Cargo I have laden on board the Ship Grand Turk, James...
22 Whelen, Israel Madison, James To James Madison from Israel Whelen, 13 March 1801 1801-03-13 I have the honor to inform you that the ship Grand Turk, charter’d at New York to proceed to...
23 Adams, John Quincy Madison, James To James Madison from John Quincy Adams, 14 March 1801 1801-03-14 The question of peace and War between Great Britain & the North of Europe still appears to depend...
24 Pinckney, Charles Madison, James To James Madison from Charles Pinckney, 16 March 1801 1801-03-16 I waited here sometime in expectation of the pleasure of seeing you. It is now nearly fourteen...
25 Thornton, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Thornton, 16 March 1801 1801-03-16 I had expected, with more satisfaction & pleasure than I can express, your arrival in this City,...
26 Sargent, Winthrop Madison, James To James Madison from Winthrop Sargent, 16 March 1801 … 1801-03-16 16 March 1801, Mississippi Territory. No. 45. Unpaid services of an Indian interpreter have...
27 Smith, William Loughton Madison, James To James Madison from William Loughton Smith, 16 March … 1801-03-16 16 March 1801, Lisbon. No. 45. Encloses translation of Spanish declaration of war against...
28 Stevens, Ebenezer Madison, James To James Madison from Ebenezer Stevens, 16 March 1801 … 1801-03-16 16 March 1801, New York. Requests passport for French passenger, Felix Verger, and his family,...
29 Humphreys, David Madison, James To James Madison from David Humphreys, 17 March 1801 … 1801-03-17 17 March 1801, Madrid. No. 267. Encloses copies of remonstrances to Spanish government on behalf...
30 Smith, William Loughton Madison, James To James Madison from William Loughton Smith, 17 March … 1801-03-17 17 March 1801, Lisbon. Encloses a letter from Humphreys, which was left open for his reading but...
31 Dawson, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Dawson, 18 March 1801 1801-03-18 This will be handed to you by Capn. Barney, who believes, and I believe with him, that he has...
32 Kirkpatrick, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Kirkpatrick, 18 March … 1801-03-18 18 March 1801, Málaga. Transmits copies of his last three letters. Encloses copy of [3 Jan.]...
33 Mathieu, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Mathieu, 18 March 1801 … 1801-03-18 18 March 1801, Naples. Encloses statement on U.S. ships in port between 1 July and 31 Dec. 1800...
34 Mountflorence, James C. Madison, James To James Madison from James C. Mountflorence, 18 March … 1801-03-18 18 March 1801, Paris. Reports that the Prize Council has not tried any captured U.S. vessels for...
35 Smith, William Loughton Madison, James To James Madison from William Loughton Smith, 18 March … 1801-03-18 18 March 1801, Lisbon. Relays news from England of George III’s illness and Prussian hostility...
36 Vanderhorst, Elias Madison, James To James Madison from Elias Vander Horst, 18 March 1801 … 1801-03-18 18 March 1801, Bristol. Transmits copy of his 17 Dec. dispatch (since which he has received no...
37 Bee, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Bee, 19 March 1801 1801-03-19 Two days ago I was honoured with a Letter from the late Secretary of State, inclosing me a...
38 Yard, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Yard, 19 March 1801 1801-03-19 I hope you do me the Justice to believe that I participate cordially in the general satisfaction...
39 Girard, Stephen Madison, James To James Madison from Stephen Girard, 19 March 1801 … 1801-03-19 19 March 1801, Philadelphia. Reports his ship Good Friends will soon sail for Ile de France....
40 Ritchie, Robert Madison, James To James Madison from Robert Ritchie, 19 March 1801 … 1801-03-19 19 March 1801, Port Républicain. Reports that armed barge from British frigate Circe entered...
41 Yrujo, Carlos Martínez de Madison, James To James Madison from Carlos Martínez de Yrujo, 20 … 1801-03-20 It is a pleasant circumstance for me, that when I do address you in writing for the first time in...
42 Barnet, Isaac Cox Madison, James To James Madison from Isaac Cox Barnet, 20 March 1801 … 1801-03-20 20 March 1801, Bordeaux. Encloses correspondence of his agent M. Pelletreau at Rochefort on...
43 Jones, Meriwether Madison, James To James Madison from Meriwether Jones, ca. 20 March … 1801-03-20 Letter not found. Ca. 20 March 1801, Richmond. Mentioned in Jones to Levi Lincoln, 25 Mar. 1801...
44 Dawson, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Dawson, 21 March 1801 1801-03-21 I regret that we did not meet before my sailing, which I expect will be on tomorrow. My trip...
45 Adams, John Quincy Madison, James To James Madison from John Quincy Adams, 21 March 1801 … 1801-03-21 21 March 1801, Berlin. No. 186. Reports continuing British embargo on Swedish shipping is likely...
46 Cathcart, James Leander Madison, James To James Madison from James Leander Cathcart, 21 March … 1801-03-21 21 March 1801, Tripoli. No. 5. Encloses accounts of disbursements and accounts current and copy...
47 Campbell, Arthur Madison, James To James Madison from Arthur Campbell, 23 March 1801 1801-03-23 It is difficult to remain silent amidst the general exultation on the Election of the present...
48 Humphreys, David Madison, James To James Madison from David Humphreys, 23 March 1801 1801-03-23 I have this moment received intelligence from a person worthy of credit, at the Royal Sitio of...
49 Irvine, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Irvine, 23 March 1801 1801-03-23 I most sincerely & heartily congratulate you, on the late success in the Election of President,...
50 Bowie, Ralph Madison, James To James Madison from Ralph Bowie, 24 March 1801 1801-03-24 Perhaps it may be necessary to offer some apology for the liberty I take in now addressing you....