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15151 Jefferson, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, 6 March 1809 1809-03-06 This will be handed you by mr Coles , the bearer of public dispatches, by an Aviso . he has lived...
15152 Georgetown, D.C. Republicans Jefferson, Thomas Republicans of Georgetown to Thomas Jefferson, 6 March … 1809-03-06 The republicans and friends of the late administration, of George Town , animated by the purest...
15153 Gimbrede, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Thomas Gimbrede to Thomas Jefferson, 6 March 1809 1809-03-06 M r Gimbrede has the honor to offer to M r Jefferson a Little Sketch in Cameo , which if he...
15154 Jefferson, Thomas Humboldt, Alexander von Thomas Jefferson to Alexander von Humboldt, 6 March … 1809-03-06 I recieved safely your letter of May 30. & with it your astronomical work & Political essay on...
15155 Jefferson, Thomas Thomas Jefferson’s Notes on Presidential Appointments … 1809-03-06 candidates Sec retary of State War Missisi pi Gov r v. Williams Holmes .
15156 Rochester, Nathaniel Jefferson, Thomas Nathaniel Rochester and William L. Brent to Thomas … 1809-03-06 In conformity to a resolution entered into by the republican Citizens of Washington County in the...
15157 Smith, Margaret Bayard Jefferson, Thomas Margaret Bayard Smith to Thomas Jefferson, [by 6 March … 1809-03-06 I have seen in your Cabinet, a Geranium , which I understood you cultivated with your own hands....
15158 Jefferson, Thomas Smith, Margaret Bayard Thomas Jefferson to Margaret Bayard Smith, 6 March 1809 1809-03-06 Th: Jefferson presents his respectful salutations to mrs Smith, and sends her the Geranium she...
15159 Jefferson, Thomas Smith, Samuel Harrison Thomas Jefferson to Samuel H. Smith, 6 March 1809 1809-03-06 Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Smith to print for him 100. copies of the within letter each...
15160 Jefferson, Thomas Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson’s Circular to Office … 1809-03-06 THE friendship which has long subsisted between the President of the United States and myself...
15161 Adams, John Quincy Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson From John Quincy Adams to Louisa Catherine Johnson … 1809-03-05 We have at length got through the argument on the Cause for which I came here. It was finished...
15162 Dubois, Louis Madison, James To James Madison from Louis Dubois, 5 March 1809 1809-03-05 I send you a march which I composed in your honor, I take the liberty to offer it to you as the...
15163 Lee, Henry Madison, James To James Madison from Henry Lee, 5 March 1809 1809-03-05 Yr. speech which reached here last night is so far as my information reaches much approved, for...
15164 Jackson, John G. Madison, Dolley Payne Todd John G. Jackson to Dolley Madison, [5 March 1809] 1809-03-05 Farewell my dear Sister & say good bye for me to my beloved friend Madison. He carries with him...
15165 Jefferson, Thomas Benson, John Thomas Jefferson to John Benson, 5 March 1809 1809-03-05 I recieved last night your favor of the 3 d and am very sensible of the kind wishes of my friends...
15166 Norvell, John Jefferson, Thomas John Norvell to Thomas Jefferson, 5 March 1809 1809-03-05 Your liberality and goodness will pardon the liberty I take in addressing this note to you....
15167 Ronaldson, James Jefferson, Thomas James Ronaldson to Thomas Jefferson, 5 March 1809 1809-03-05 I was favored with your’s accompanying the wool , on the 21 st ult ; and have delayed answering...
15168 Adams, John Cunningham, William From John Adams to William Cunningham, 4 March 1809 1809-03-04 I have yours of Feb. 20 and 23. The inclosed five sheets are the rough draught, which I have...
15169 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 4 March 1809 1809-03-04 If I could dream as much Wit as you, I think I should wish to go to Sleep for the rest of my...
15170 Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, John Quincy From Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams to John Quincy … 1809-03-04 Your letter of the 21st arrived from Quincy this Morning and I can only assure you in answer that...
15171 Dohrman, Arnold Henry Madison, James To James Madison from Arnold Henry Dohrman, 4 March … 1809-03-04 It is with extreme Satisfaction that I do my self the honour to address you as President of these...
15172 Troup, George M. Madison, James To James Madison from George M. Troup, 4 March 1809 1809-03-04 Mr Troups complts to Mr Madison—incloses a paper to which the names of several respectable...
15173 Madison, James First Inaugural Address, [4 March] 1809 1809-03-04 Unwilling to depart from examples, of the most revered authority, I avail myself of the occasion...
15174 McMillen, Hugh Madison, James To James Madison from Hugh McMillen, 4 March 1809 … 1809-03-04 4 March 1809, New Boston, New Hampshire. Has invented a system of medicine that will cure...
15175 Republican Committee of Essex County Madison, James To James Madison from the Republican Committee of Essex … 1809-03-04 4 March 1809, Newark. Congratulates JM on becoming president and anticipates “the same moderate,...
15176 Republican Meeting of Kent County Madison, James To James Madison from the Republican Meeting of Kent … 1809-03-04 4 March 1809. With Dr. John Thomas presiding and Cornelius Comegys serving as secretary the...
15177 Republican Meeting of Garrard County Madison, James To James Madison from the Republican Meeting of Garrard … 1809-03-04 Document not found. 4 March 1809, Lancaster, Kentucky. Acknowledged in JM to the chairman of the...
15178 Jefferson College Students Jefferson, Thomas Students of Jefferson College to Thomas Jefferson, 4 … 1809-03-04 As you now retire from the great theatre of political action, after having spent a number of...
15179 Smith, Margaret Bayard Margaret Bayard Smith’s Account of Madison’s … 1809-03-04 On the morning of Mr Madison ’s inauguration, he asked Mr Jefferson to ride in his carriage with...
15180 Washington D.C., Citizens of Jefferson, Thomas Citizens of Washington, D.C., to Thomas Jefferson, 4 … 1809-03-04 The Citizens of Washington cannot forego the last opportunity, which may, perhaps ever occur, to...