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The bearers of this, James Bradley and Edward Ancel are the undertakers of my building—the former...
Permit me to enclose you a paper containing my remarks on the navigation bill which you will...
On my leaving Washington, I cheerfully, at the request of M r Macon, took charge of a box; as...
The Missouri question in its consequences threatens the tranquility if not the dissolution of the...
Your favorable recommendation of Mr. Coxe has interested me much in his behalf And I have already...
I understood when at your house that you were in want of a good riding horse. In consequence when...
Some years past I recollect to have drunk some ale at Monticello which I understood was of your...
This will be presented you by M r Lewis who is desirous of obtaining a Situation in the...
James Barbour presents his respects to Mrs. Madison with a view to express his regret at the...
The enclosed essays were written for the Enquirer in which they appeared—The partiality of a few...