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121 Madison, James Jackson, Andrew James Madison to Andrew Jackson, 11 October 1835 1835-10-11 I have duly received your favor of the 7th with the letter and Medal from Mr. Goddard, which you...
122 Cabell, Joseph C. Madison, James Joseph C. Cabell to James Madison, 7 October 1835 1835-10-07 Upon my arrival at home I discover that I cannot find the Letters referred to in the enclosed...
123 Adams, Charles Francis Madison, James Charles Francis Adams to James Madison, 30 September … 1835-09-30 The relation in which you stand to the Constitution of the United States has emboldened me to...
124 Madison, James Kennedy, John P. James Madison to [John P. Kennedy], 29 September 1835 1835-09-29 Your favour of july the fourth, with the copy of "Horse Shoe Robinson" did not find their way to...
125 Shepherd, James Madison, James James Shepherd to James Madison, 28 September 1835 1835-09-28 Mr James Madison 1834 To James Shepherd Dr June 14 To 13th Sole pr Mr Brockman 1/6 $325 " " 1...
126 Madison, James Cutts, Richard James Madison to Richard D. Cutts, 12 September 1835 1835-09-12 I have received your letter of the 5th. instant in which you request my advice on the choice of a...
127 Allen, William Madison, James William Allen to James Madison, 9 September 1835 1835-09-09 I have received yours of the 8th. with a draft on Peyton & Dennis, for the sum of $174 55/100...
128 Cutts, Richard Madison, James Richard D. Cutts to James Madison, 5 September 1835 1835-09-05 I am well aware, My Dear Uncle, of the numerous calls upon your attention, yet as I am convinced...
129 Madison, James Taylor, Hubbard James Madison to Hubbard Taylor, 15 August 1835 1835-08-15 Your letter of July was duly recd. The recollections it so kindly expresses are very gratifying...
130 Jewell, R. George Washington Madison, James R. George Washington Jewell to James Madison, 10 August … 1835-08-10 I received your very kind attention, which I ought scarcely to have anticipated from one so much...
131 Goddard, Samuel A. Madison, James Samuel A. Goddard to James Madison, 5 August 1835 1835-08-05 I have the honor to present to you a Silver medal which I have had struck commemorative of the...
132 Madison, James Jewell, R. George Washington James Madison to R. George Washington Jewell, 27 July … 1835-07-27 Your letter of the 4. instant having gone by mistake to Montpellier in Vermont, has but lately...
133 Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph Madison, James Ferdinand R. Hassler to James Madison, 27 July 1835 1835-07-27 Your favor of the 2d. inst gave me great satisfaction, I thank to you very much for your kindness...
134 Madison, James Cranch, William James Madison to William Cranch, 25 July 1835 1835-07-25 I have received your letter of the 20th. informing me "that I have been unanimously elected...
135 Cabell, Joseph C. Madison, James Joseph C. Cabell to James Madison, 25 July 1835 1835-07-25 Your favour of the 2d. inst. was handed to me at the post office in Richmond, shortly after my...
136 Madison, James Livingston, Edward James Madison to Edward Livingston, 24 July 1835 1835-07-24 Your valued letter of Novr. 4th. was recd. in due time and would have been promptly acknowledged,...
137 Cranch, William Madison, James William Cranch to James Madison, 24 July 1835 1835-07-24 I have the honor to inform you that you have been, this day, unanimously elected President of the...
138 Taylor, Hubbard Madison, James Hubbard Taylor to James Madison, 20 July 1835 1835-07-20 I have long since intended writing to you to let you know that altho we are situated at a...
139 Madison, James Wattles, James James Madison to James Wattles, 19 July 1835 1835-07-19 I have received Sir, your letter of the 13th. and regret that I cannot find among my papers the...
140 Joy, George Madison, James George Joy to James Madison, 17 July 1835 1835-07-17 I have been near committing a great Faux pas. The Times of the 9th reported merely that the...
141 Featherstonhaugh, George William Madison, James George W. Featherstonehaugh to James Madison, 15 July … 1835-07-15 The expressions of esteem contained in the letter you have taken the trouble to write me, are...
142 Wattles, James Madison, James James Wattles to James Madison, 13 July 1835 1835-07-13 The death of the late Chief Justice Marshall having justly produced a great sensation & a desire...
143 Jewell, R. George Washington Madison, James R. George Washington Jewell to James Madison, 4 July … 1835-07-04 You will, doubtless, think me guilty of much assurance, as I certainly am, to address a note to...
144 Madison, James Featherstonhaugh, George William James Madison to George W. Featherstonehaugh, 3 July … 1835-07-03 My increasing infirmities and fading vision have retarded my thanks for the copy of your valuable...
145 Madison, James Cabell, Joseph C. James Madison to Joseph C. Cabell, 2 July 1835 1835-07-02 I have just received the enclosed letter from Mr. Hassler, and I think myself justified in saying...
146 Madison, James Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph James Madison to Ferdinand R. Hassler, 2 July 1835 1835-07-02 I have just recd. your letter of the 29th. June, and immediately commicated your object to the...
147 Madison, James Atlee, S. Yorke James Madison to S. Yorke Atlee, 30 June 1835 1835-06-30 I have received your letter of the 3. Instant. My handwriting is now so varied by the effect of...
148 Madison, James Allen, William James Madison to William Allen, 27 June 1835 1835-06-27 I have just drawn a check on the Bank for $60. Having only fifty to my credit there I must...
149 Madison, James Everett, Edward James Madison to Edward Everett, 23 June 1835 1835-06-23 I have duly recd. your favour, postmarked the 9th. inst. containing your suggestion on the...
150 Madison, James Unidentified Correspondent to James Madison, 18 June … 1835-06-18 Casting around an enquiring look for the Causes which have lead to our present Internal National...