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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...
11 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 20 February 1833 1833-02-20 The somersets which have been turned here since I last wrote have changed the aspect of things in...
12 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 5 February 1833 1833-02-05 January is past, and I am still here, without any immediate prospect of getting away. I still...
13 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 11 January 1833 1833-01-11 On christmas morning, In attempting to rise, I found myself completely nullified , and almost as...
14 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 1 December 1832 1832-12-01 The enclosed will give you a juster idea of the real state of things at the Head Quarters of...
15 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 28 November 1832 1832-11-28 I have already delayed several days longer than I intended, the acknowledgment of the receipt of...
16 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 23 November 1832 1832-11-23 Thinking on this subject last night in bed, it occurred to me that the most effectual way to keep...
17 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 3 July 1832 1832-07-03 It is more than four weeks since I received your last; and I then thought that but a day or two...
18 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 8 May 1832 1832-05-08 I have been intending to write ever since we had the pleasure—a most heartfelt one—of hearing of...
19 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 5 January 1832 1832-01-05 Your favor of the 2nd—was answered yesterday evening, & the answer went by this morning’s mail....
20 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 4 January 1832 1832-01-04 Your favor of the 2d—postmarked 3d—was received this morning, after the departure of the mail. I...
21 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 14 December 1831 1831-12-14 Your letter & the Speech are recd.—Your signature on the frank indicated but too plainly the...
22 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 12 October 1831 1831-10-12 I have used no ceremony in retaining the enclosed $15. until I could conveniently return it. Do...
23 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 17 September 1831 1831-09-17 The enclosed is a communication to the Enquirer, not yet published , which I have got printed at...
24 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 8 July 1831 1831-07-08 It may, perhaps, be important to you to know that a conversation with General Bernard to-day has...
25 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 7 July 1831 1831-07-07 I am returning to the City from a trip to the Rip Raps (the most delightful spot, as to...
26 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 10 June 1831 1831-06-10 It has for some years, been a subject of regret with Mr Huygens to have passed near Montpellier...
27 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 2 May 1831 1831-05-02 I have, for some time, been intending to send you the enclosed; but, agreeably to my second...
28 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, December 1830 1830-12-01 Under this cover is the speech of Genl. H. which you will oblige me by returning when you have...
29 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 17 October 1830 1830-10-17 In the hurry of folding last Sunday, the enclosed was omitted; and as it may be necessary to...
30 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 10 October 1830 1830-10-10 Mr Davis asked me some time since to procure & send him by the earliest conveyance the...
31 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 21 September 1830 1830-09-21 Mr. Gales having told me on Saturday that the communication in question would appear in the...
32 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 12 September 1830 1830-09-12 I wrote a line the day after the receipt of your letter, to inform you of its safe arrival. It...
33 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 6 September 1830 1830-09-06 Your packet has come safe to hand, & the enclosure for Mr Nicholls shall be delivered by me this...
34 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 29 July 1830 1830-07-29 The step which I now take, I venture on With the less reluctance, as, if not entirely approved by...
35 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 8 July 1830 1830-07-08 In the scrawl I sent you just before my departure for Philadelphia, I adverted to another...
36 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 23 June 1830 1830-06-23 Procrastination has prevented my sooner writing on a subject which the deep interest I take in...
37 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 9 June 1830 1830-06-09 Your favor in answer to mine, has come safe to hand. Such is the character of the attention now...
38 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 1 June 1830 1830-06-01 By a singular coincidence, just after your last note was recd. Elliott came into my office, from...
39 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 29 May 1830 1830-05-29 On reading the message of the President on the Maysville road bill, you will be, probably, as...
40 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 7 March 1830 1830-03-07 Had the many interruptions been anticipated, which have arisen to prevent an earlier reply to...
41 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 18 February 1830 1830-02-18 In putting up the enclosed for yourself, I take the liberty of adding three packets for the...
42 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James [Nicholas P. Trist] to James Madison, 7 February 1830 1830-02-07 On the subject of all the conversations which it has been my good fortune to enjoy with you, I...
43 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 6 February 1830 1830-02-06 After the dose of Constitutional matter which you have had forced upon you of late, it is not...
44 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 15 December 1829 1829-12-15 Mr Pierpont of Boston, whose name as a Minister of the Unitarian church is no doubt familiar to...
45 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 7 October 1829 1829-10-07 Mr Van Buren is reported to contemplate a visit to Richmond, where he will, of course, see you....
46 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 1 September 1829 1829-09-01 It is my intention some day or other to take up seriously the politics of this country. If a...
47 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 2 July 1829 1829-07-02 I have only time to ask the favor of you to send the enclosed to Mr Randolph by the first mail....
48 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 13 June 1829 1829-06-13 Dr Jones has lost his situation in the Patent office, and now holds a clerkship in this Dept. I...
49 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 5 June 1829 1829-06-05 I have just sent to the post-office, the copy of Mr Monroe’s paper, due to Genl. Breckenridge;...
50 Trist, Nicholas P. Madison, James Nicholas P. Trist to James Madison, 20 May 1829 1829-05-20 An accidental opportunity offers to send you a few oranges, which may, perhaps, be a rarity; and...