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151 Leitch, James Jefferson, Thomas James Leitch to Thomas Jefferson, 19 March 1809 1809-03-19 By M r Dinsmore I take the liberty of rendering you, your account . You will see from the...
152 Madison, James Jefferson, Thomas James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, 19 March 1809 1809-03-19 Altho’ I feel reluctance in trespassing for a moment on the repose to which you have just...
153 Wyche, John Jefferson, Thomas John Wyche to Thomas Jefferson, 19 March 1809 1809-03-19 Your retirement from the presidency of the United States affords (I hope) a favourable...
154 Adams, John Cunningham, William From John Adams to William Cunningham, 20 March 1809 1809-03-20 I have received your favours of March 11 and 14th. In answer to the first I wish to know whether...
155 Claiborne, William C. C. Madison, James To James Madison from William C. C. Claiborne, 20 March … 1809-03-20 The enclosed Letter is from the Lady Abbess of the Ursuline Convent, And in compliance with her...
156 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 20 March 1809 1809-03-20 I have been in the habit of corresponding with Mr. Jefferson during his administration, on...
157 Latrobe, Benjamin Henry Madison, Dolley Payne Todd Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Dolley Madison, 20 March 1809 … 1809-03-20 20 March 1809, Philadelphia. Encloses samples of “two kinds of lace” for use in the chariot...
158 Williamson, Hugh Madison, James To James Madison from Hugh Williamson, 20 March 1809 1809-03-20 Not having the pleasure of any acquaintance with the present secretary at war, I take the liberty...
159 Craig, Ann Jefferson, Thomas Ann Craig to Thomas Jefferson, 20 March 1809 1809-03-20 You will be surprisd, I doubt not, on receiving a Letter from a very old acquaintance, Ann Craig,...
160 Ronaldson, James Jefferson, Thomas James Ronaldson to Thomas Jefferson, 20 March 1809 1809-03-20 I take the liberty of inclosing coppy of a bill now before the Legistlature of Penn y , that may...
161 Lyman, Joseph Adams, John To John Adams from Joseph Lyman, 21 March 1809 1809-03-21 The slight personal acquaintance I have had with you would not entitle me to the honour of...
162 Madison, James Chairman of the Republican Committee of Talbot … From James Madison to the Chairman of the Republican … 1809-03-21 I have recd your letter of the 14. inst. conveying an address, from the “Democratic Republican...
163 Madison, James Secretary of the Republican Meeting of Kent … From James Madison to the Secretary of the Republican … 1809-03-21 I have recd. your letter of the 16th. inst: inclosing the proceedings of “The Democratic Citizens...
164 Barnes, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Barnes, 21 March 1809 1809-03-21 I regret exceedingly my Unfortunate situation—will not—at present, permit me the Honor, of paying...
165 Anonymous Jefferson, Thomas Anonymous to Thomas Jefferson, 21 March 1809 1809-03-21 I feel a reluctance in addressing myself to you, which the knowledge of your character will...
166 Peale, Charles Willson Jefferson, Thomas Charles Willson Peale to Thomas Jefferson, 21 March … 1809-03-21 It was my intention in this to have given you the particulars of expenditures for & to M r...
167 Sumner, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Sumner, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 Inclosed is a Letter which I have this morning received from a particular Friend of mine, who is...
168 Madison, James Chairman of the Republican Meeting of Litchfield From James Madison to the Chairman of the Republican … 1809-03-22 The Resolutions transmitted through you, as unanimously adopted by a meeting of “The Republicans...
169 Hamilton, Paul Madison, James To James Madison from Paul Hamilton, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 I have been honored with the receipt of your communication under date of the 7th. instt,...
170 Ray, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Ray, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 Although something of my situation is hinted at in the poem, yet perhaps not sufficient to give...
171 Latrobe, Benjamin Henry Madison, Dolley Payne Todd Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Dolley Madison, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 I had yesterday the honor of your letter of the 20th. inst. I had already written to you on the...
172 Appleton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Appleton, 22 March 1809 … 1809-03-22 22 March 1809, Leghorn. The American consul encloses correspondence with Armstrong in Paris...
173 Lemaire, Étienne Jefferson, Thomas Étienne Lemaire to Thomas Jefferson, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 Recevez mes tres humble remercis mens pour la Letre tres flatteuse que vous m’avez fait lhonneur...
174 Smith, Samuel Harrison Jefferson, Thomas Samuel H. Smith to Thomas Jefferson, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 I have received the accompanying tract from D r Fothergill of Philad a w ch I have the pleasure...
175 Trist, Elizabeth House Jefferson, Thomas Elizabeth Trist to Thomas Jefferson, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 In the number of gratulations on your return to private life I present mine with assurences that...
176 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 23 March 1809 1809-03-23 I agree with Sidney as quoted in your favour of the 13th. That civil War is preferable to Slavery...
177 Clark, Robert Adams, John To John Adams from Robert Clark, 23 March 1809 1809-03-23 Seeing a letter this morning in the Chronicle (a paper which has universally been calumniateing...
178 Draper, Simeon Adams, John To John Adams from Simeon Draper, 23 March 1809 1809-03-23 being a perticuler Friend of yours, Take the liberty to inclose this Letter, and ask the...
179 Cranch, Richard Adams, Abigail Smith From Richard Cranch to Abigail Smith Adams, 23 March … 1809-03-23 Agreeably to your request I have been recollecting some particulars respecting the antient and...
180 Cranch, Richard Guild, Elizabeth Quincy From Richard Cranch to Elizabeth Quincy Guild, 23 March … 1809-03-23 Agreeably to your request I have been recollecting some particulars respecting the antient and...
181 Meriwether, William D. Jefferson, Thomas William D. Meriwether to Thomas Jefferson, [23 March … 1809-03-23 The Committee appointed by a meeting of your County men to express to you their feelings &...
182 Heineken, Maria E. Madison, James To James Madison from Maria E. Heineken, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 Previous to Mr. Heinekens Decease he wrote Your Excellency requesting to know if Mr G J E...
183 Jackson, John G. Madison, James To James Madison from John G. Jackson, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 I reached this place last Week after a fatigueing journey through the Mud almost impassible. My...
184 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Jefferson, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 I inclose you several letters which must have been intended for the office, & not the person...
185 Cooke, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Cooke, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 If ever the human heart, was compleatly gratified, in the accomplishment of an event, in which it...
186 DeButts, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas Samuel DeButts to Thomas Jefferson, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 It is with great diffidence that I give you at this time the trouble of a letter. Yet I have a...
187 Jefferson, Thomas Dougherty, Joseph Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Dougherty, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 I have recieved yours of the 19 th just in time by the return of this day’s post, to inform you...
188 Jefferson, Thomas Foxall, Henry Thomas Jefferson to Henry Foxall, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 The cook which I had in Washington ( mr Julien ) and who is now with me for a time, informs me...
189 Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson, George Thomas Jefferson to George Jefferson, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 My packages from Washington must be now near arriving with you, and I will pray you to forward...
190 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 I inclose you several letters which must have been intended for the office, & not the person...
191 Jefferson, Thomas Meriwether, William D. Thomas Jefferson to William D. Meriwether, 24 March … 1809-03-24 I intended to have answered your kind letter by mr Stevenson yesterday evening but he left us...
192 New York State Legislature Jefferson, Thomas New York State Legislature to Thomas Jefferson, 24 … 1809-03-24 The legislature of the state of New York , on the occasion of your voluntary retirement to the...
193 Jefferson, Thomas Trist, Elizabeth House Thomas Jefferson to Elizabeth Trist, 24 March 1809 1809-03-24 I recieve with great thankfulness your kind congratulations on my liberation from the duties &...
194 Adams, John Guild, Elizabeth Quincy From John Adams to Elizabeth Quincy Guild, 25 March … 1809-03-25 I am much pleased with your curiosity to investigate the history of your connections Ancestors,...
195 Verdier, Paul Madison, James To James Madison from Paul Verdier, 25 March 1809 1809-03-25 I am sorrey to give you the trouble of so Small a matter, Knowing you have much buisiness of...
196 Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson, George Thomas Jefferson to George Jefferson, 25 March 1809 1809-03-25 My letter by post yesterday desired you to send my goods from Washington by trusty boatmen. I did...
197 Maury, James Jefferson, Thomas James Maury to Thomas Jefferson, 25 March 1809 1809-03-25 I beg leave to congratulate you on your return to Monticello & hope you there enjoy that comfort...
198 Barbour, Mordecai Madison, James To James Madison from Mordecai Barbour, 26 March 1809 1809-03-26 Being disappointed in my expectations in this quarter of the World and having no prospect here of...
199 Gerry, Elbridge Madison, James To James Madison from Elbridge Gerry, 26 March 1809 1809-03-26 I am honored, dear Sir, by your letter of the 14th. instant in answer to mine of the 20th of...
200 MacGowty, John Jefferson, Thomas John MacGowty to Thomas Jefferson, 26 March 1809 1809-03-26 I take the liberty of Writing to you as a sea faring man who has been to sea for 22 years and...