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1 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 17 December 1835 1835-12-17 Until a few weeks ago, I counted with certainty on making my usual pilgrimage to Montpellier...
2 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 25 September 1834 1834-09-25 Unless the day should be unfavorable, Mrs Trist & myself & children will set out to-morrow, to...
3 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, August 1834 1834-08-01 Private. A circumstance came to my knowledge the other day, which, as (according to the...
4 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 29 August 1834 1834-08-29 Your favor of the 25th came duly to hand. There was a reason for the application to G going from...
5 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 20 August 1834 1834-08-20 Since my return here (last friday) I have been engaged in the examination of Mr. Jefferson’s...
6 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 6 August 1833 1833-08-06 Towards the close of a thorough examination which I have made of Mr. Jefferson’s papers, and when...
7 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 11 July 1833 1833-07-11 A note from Mr Kane informs me that Mr Longacre—whom I had previously the pleasure of knowing,...
8 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 2 July 1833 1833-07-02 You were right in supposing that my thoughts had been given to the subject of the void made in...
9 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 6 May 1833 1833-05-06 At the recommendation of Commodore Elliot, (a gentleman of great intelligence who knows all about...
10 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 3 May 1833 1833-05-03 I intended that you should first hear from myself , of the plunge I have taken; but this step has...