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Altho’ your last favour of the 27 Ult: does not require any particular answer, I can not let this...
The newspapers will have shewn you the late proceedings of the House of Representatives. The...
The newspapers will have shewn you the late proceedings of the House of Representatives. The...
That the Committee have enquired at the Register’s office into the state of the accounts of the...
145Public Debt, [10 March] 1790 (Madison Papers)
Secretary Hamilton’s report on the means of providing funds for the assumption of state debts was...
146Public Debt, [11 March] 1790 (Madison Papers)
Debate continued on the second alternative of the sixth resolution (see headnote to speech of 10...
147Public Debt, [12 March] 1790 (Madison Papers)
Laurance, objecting to Jackson’s motion (see headnote to speech of 11 Mar.), said that foreigners...
Your favor of the 2d. inst: came to hand two days ago. Though I can not yield to the remarks on...
I have recd. the few lines you dropped me from Baltimore, and daily expect those promised from...
Letter not found. Ca. 14 March 1790. On 2 Apr. 1790 Taylor noted in his diary: “Bro[the]r James...