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15151 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 27 … 1814-07-27 A friend to the United States of America, who, with many other’s, is compelled against his will...
15152 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 27 … 1815-09-27 I presume to take the liberty of writing you a letter on a subject, which has and does at the...
15153 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 2 … 1812-11-02 I do not mean to dictate but only as a friend to your Administration and as one of the family of...
15154 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 12 … 1814-07-12 The writer of this Communication deems it his duty as one of a suffering Community to state to...
15155 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 15 … 1810-02-15 I have taken the liberty to call your attention to certain Strictures contained in the 2d & 3d...
15156 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 21 … 1812-04-21 21 April 1812, New York. Having just learned that the government intends to appoint an additional...
15157 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 20 … 1813-07-20 There appears to be at this time 11. Sail of Armed Vessels Vitze. 4.   74s. Certainly 2   64s. 74...
15158 Madison, James To James Madison from the Merchants and Traders of … 1814-03-02 Memorial of the Merchants & traders in the Borough of Harrisburg respectfully represent. That...
15159 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 10 … 1811-12-10 As a Citizen of the United states, I feel it my duty to give you the following information. I...
15160 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1812-07-06 I advise thee to be cautious and prudent. Massachusetts will not go to war. The union I fear will...
15161 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1812-06-01 An old friend presumes to address you on a subject extremely interresting to the society of which...
15162 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 26 … 1813-09-26 An officer in the British service, I have been dispatched to this place, by the order of my...
15163 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 6 … 1813-02-06 On reading in one of our Public prints a definition of Treason given as by one of the Circuit...
15164 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 24 … 1809-04-24 Rais’d by the honorable Suffrages of the American people, to the most dignified state amongst...
15165 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 14 … 1812-10-14 Although I have not the honor to be personally acquainted with you, yet I shall take the liberty...
15166 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 23 … 1812-02-23 The illicit commerce between Great Britain & the United States, through the Channels of Halifax,...
15167 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1814-10-04 As General Armstrong was one of your principal Secretaries, Bon Amie and Bottle Companion,...
15168 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 25 … 1811-04-25 25 April 1811. “The Subject of this letter has given me much pain. It induces me to trespass on...
15169 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 22 … 1814-09-22 I did myself the honour of addressing you some months ago, upon the subject of national defence,...
15170 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1813-04-12 This looks like seperation Jimmy the thing is ripening, and if the War continues 6 months it will...
15171 Madison, James Memorandum from an Unidentified Correspondent, [post 1 … 1812-07-01 Can the President call forth the militia of the Union, or any part of that militia, without the...
15172 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 12 … 1813-05-12 I see with pain by the public papers that the British have burnt several places of no Importance...
15173 Madison, James Receipt of Payment for Carriage Equipment, [3 February … 1810-02-03 1810 Coll. Robert Patten for the President of the United States, Dr, to Robert Fielding febr. 3....
15174 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1814-09-09 The present Circumstances of our Country looks very alarming, & for want of resources makes it so...
15175 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 13 … 1813-01-13 13 January 1813, New York. Writes JM “in behalf of Aliens.” Recounts an episode in which [Barent]...
15176 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 1 … 1814-01-01 I belong to the American Army and with the ardent feelings of the soldier I join a devout...
15177 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 10 … 1814-09-10 At a time like the present when my life & Property, as well as that of Millions of the...
15178 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 20 … 1810-02-20 20 February 1810, New Haven. Advocates the establishment of “ privileged corps ” of engineers to...
15179 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 9 … 1815-01-09 As the Situation of a chief magistrate is honorable & as it has cognizance of all the...
15180 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 27 … 1812-04-27 27 April 1812, Boston. Promised in his last not to trouble JM again. “But an Idea has since...
15181 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 6 … 1811-09-06 “Illustrious” Madison! canting “Fellow Citizen”!!! ☞ ☞ ☞ I hope you and all your infernal Set,...
15182 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 14 … 1812-04-14 In my opinion, your honor, the honor of the United States, and the honor of this State, require...
15183 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1811-08-01 It is a fact that of the many Vessels that have for some months past enter’d the ha[r]bors of the...
15184 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 5 … 1813-10-05 There is most shamefull conduct going on here. One John Tappan a verry religious man—and...
15185 Petition of Thomas Jefferson and Others to the Virginia … 1810-12-13 To The General Assembly of Virginia , the Petition of the Subscribers, Inhabitants of the...
15186 Madison, James To James Madison from Boston Fishermen, [ca. 21 … 1814-02-21 The Petition of the Subscribers, Fishermen of Boston and its vicinity, humbly sheweth, That many...
15187 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 17 … 1814-08-17 As it appears you are wholly insensible of what is doing here, or intirely disregard the...
15188 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 16 … 1809-12-16 16 December 1809, Portland. JM’s remarks in his annual message to Congress regarding the militia...
15189 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 28 … 1812-10-28 We have heard today, the capture of another part of our Army, under Gen. Van Ranselear the death...
15190 Jefferson’s Translation of Extracts from Destutt de … 1810-08-12 Extracts from the author’s r R eflections on Montesquieu’s 12. first books. ‘I have divided...
15191 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 16 … 1813-03-16 I cannot be silent any longer when I find how liable, and how often you must be imposed upon by...
15192 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 12 … 1815-01-12 The subject of the enclosed extract is of such importance that I must beg leave to invite your...
15193 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1814-07-18 Happening to be at a printing office the Editor shewed me a piece sent him for publication (a...
15194 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 5 … 1813-01-05 5 January 1813, Walpole, New Hampshire. Writes to communicate to JM “the principle of a long...
15195 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent … 1811-02-01 February 1811. Forwards to JM “parts of a letter written to a friend on the 27. of July last...
15196 Memorandum from Thomas Law, [ca. April 1814] 1814-04-01 The following Extract of a Law of Congress passed Feby. 26th 1811 is in Vol: 10. page 343. “The...
15197 Account with James Maury, 16 March 1814 (Abstract) 1814-03-16 § Account with James Maury. 16 March 1814, Liverpool. Credits JM £2.11.7 ¼ “By balance of Jas....
15198 Description of Thomas Jefferson’s Dinner with the 19th … 1809-10-20 On Friday the 20th, the officers of the 19th Regiment were attending their Drill-Muster, on the...
15199 Madison, James To James Madison from an Unidentified Correspondent, 21 … 1810-03-21 I have taken the liberty of forwarding to you a copy of the Democratic Press containing the...
15200 Francis Jeffrey’s Account of a Conversation with … 1813-11-18 On the 18th we had the honor of dining with the President and having previously learned from Mr....