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2281 Dufief, Nicolas Gouin Jefferson, Thomas Nicolas G. Dufief to Thomas Jefferson, 16 December 1816 1816-12-16 D’après la lettre que vous me fites l’honneur de m’adresser le 9 Juin dernier , vous donnâtes...
2282 Adams, Abigail Smith Smith, Catherine Maria Frances Johnson From Abigail Smith Adams to Catherine Maria Frances … 1816-10-15 Your Letter my dear mrs Smith of Sepbr 23d I received while Caroline de Wint & her Babe were with...
2283 Randolph, Thomas Eston Jefferson, Thomas Thomas Eston Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, 21 January … 1815-01-21 I expect to go to Richmond tomorrow, and as soon as I see M r Randolph , I will communicate to...
2284 Jefferson, Thomas Steptoe, William Thomas Jefferson to William Steptoe, 13 September 1815 1815-09-13 M r Correa and mr Gilmer are here, and can stay three days only. these they wish to pass in...
2285 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 5 November 1812 1812-11-05 Th: Jefferson asks permission of the Secretary at war to discharge what he believes to be a duty...
2286 Peabody, Elizabeth Smith Shaw Adams, Abigail Smith From Elizabeth Smith Shaw Peabody to Abigail Smith … 1814-03-15 The peircing cold air of this Month has made me quiver so that I could not quit the fire side...
2287 Madison, James Commission for James Monroe, 1 October 1814 1814-10-01 The office of Secretary of State being now vacant, I do, in pursuance of the act passed on the...
2288 Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Pierre Samuel DuPont de Nemours … 1812-07-05 5 July 1812. Expresses gratitude for the opportunity to send the enclosed letters to his children...
2289 Fulton, Robert Jefferson, Thomas Robert Fulton to Thomas Jefferson, 29 June 1813 1813-06-29 As every advance in the arts which may You take a lively interest in every discovery which may be...
2290 King, Henry Madison, James To James Madison from Henry King, 26 December 1812 … 1812-12-26 26 December 1812, Buffalo, New York. “It is with extreme regret that I am Thus compeled To...
2291 Latrobe, Benjamin Henry Jefferson, Thomas Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Thomas Jefferson, 5 April … 1811-04-05 The high respect & attachment which I have always professed and very sincerely felt for you has...
2292 Graham, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Graham, 29 August 1810 1810-08-29 I had the Honor by the last Mail to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of the 24th. Inst. and...
2293 Jefferson, Thomas Carter, John M. Thomas Jefferson to John M. Carter, 26 April 1815 1815-04-26 Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Carter and his thanks for the copy of Arator which...
2294 Jefferson, Thomas Mackey, John Thomas Jefferson to John Mackey, 9 May 1816 1816-05-09 I recieved yesterday your letter of May 2. on the 3 d an anonymous writing had come to hand which...
2295 Gibson, Patrick Jefferson, Thomas Patrick Gibson to Thomas Jefferson, 3 March 1813 1813-03-03 I have received your favor of the 26 th Ult o and in conformity thereto have accepted the offer...
2296 Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, John Quincy From Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams to John Quincy … 1814-10-23 No 39 arrived in due time and I have for some time been perpetually satisfied with the Post...
2297 Williams, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Williams, 2 January 1815 1815-01-02 The only apology that I make in again Addressing you is That The United States, from the joint...
2298 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 4 November 1812 1812-11-04 Herewith you will receive a copy of my medical Inquiries and Observations upon the diseases of...
2299 Smith, Abigail Amelia Adams Rush, Benjamin From Abigail Amelia Adams Smith to Benjamin Rush, 12 … 1811-09-12 you will I hope pardon the Liberty I have taken to address myself to you Sir upon a Subject which...
2300 Jefferson, Thomas Hamilton, Paul Thomas Jefferson to Paul Hamilton, 23 January 1810 1810-01-23 The inclosed letter would have been more properly addressed to yourself, or perhaps to the...
2301 Carroll, Charles Madison, James To James Madison from Charles Carroll, 15 January 1817 1817-01-15 The inclosed letter sufficiently explains the occasion of this application to you in favour of...
2302 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 10 August 1815 1815-08-10 The simultaneous movements in our correspondence have been really remarkable on several...
2303 Glandy, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Glandy, 18 April 1816 1816-04-18 The bearer Mr. N. Andrews purposes setting off to-morrow for Washington City, in hope...
2304 Davis, Edward E. Madison, James To James Madison from Edward E. Davis, 31 July 1812 1812-07-31 I now beg leave to address you again with boldness, for the Love I have for my Country & my...
2305 Happart, Joseph St. Leger d’ Jefferson, Thomas Joseph St. Leger d’Happart to Thomas Jefferson, 20 June … 1812-06-20 At the receipt of my claim, in a draft, which, I hope, will be duly discharg’d, I find myself...
2306 Adams, Abigail Smith De Windt, Caroline Amelia Smith From Abigail Smith Adams to Caroline Amelia Smith De … 1812-11-19 Your neat, pretty letter, looking small, but containing much, reached me this day. I have a good...
2307 Randolph, Edmund Madison, James To James Madison from Edmund Randolph, 14 February 1810 1810-02-14 Mr. Thomas L. Preston, my son in law, being Edmonia’s husband, purposes to visit Washington. I...
2308 Dougherty, Joseph Jefferson, Thomas Joseph Dougherty to Thomas Jefferson, 5 May 1810 1810-05-05 This moment the President requests me to go below Alex a for four merino sheep, a ewe and ram for...
2309 Sinclair, William Madison, James To James Madison from William Sinclair, 6 January 1811 … 1811-01-06 6 January 1811, Baltimore. “You will be surprised that a stranger in a strange land presumes to...
2310 Madison, James Crowninshield, Benjamin W. From James Madison to Benjamin W. Crowninshield, 6 July … 1816-07-06 I have recd. yours of -- I regret that you could not gratify my hopes of the pleasure of a visit...