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Letter not found: from James Madison, 11 Dec. 1784. On 28 Dec. GW wrote to Madison : “I have been...
Letter not found: from James Madison, 27 July 1788. On 3 Aug. GW wrote Madison : “Your favors of...
Letter not found: from James Madison, 20 Oct. 1785. On 29 Oct. GW wrote Madison : “Receive my...
Another mail has arrived from Boston without terminating the conflict between our hopes and...
The Convention came to a final adjournment to day. The inclosed is a copy of their act of...
The Count de Moustier arrived here a few days ago as successor to the Chevr de la Luzerne. His...
I have been here too short a time as yet to have collected fully the politics of the Session. In...
I subjoin two resolutions lately taken by Congress in relation the Mississippi which I hope may...
Your favour of came to hand by the mail of Wednesday. I did not write by several late returns for...
The Convention of N. Hampshire has afforded a very disagreeable subject of communication. It has...
No question direct or indirect has yet been taken, by which the state of parties could be...
My last inclosed a continuation of the Fœderalist to number 14 inclusive. I now add the numbers...
The information which I have by the Eastern mail rather increases than removes the anxiety...
The Eastern Mail which arrived yesterday brought me a letter from Mr King, of which a copy...
I am just favored with yours of the 7th inst: and will attend to your wishes as to the political...
The Daily Advertizer of this date contains several important articles of information, which need...
Along with this are inclosed a few of the latest gazettes containing the additional papers in...
We arrived here yesterday evening where we have met with Mr Dawson just from New York. When he...
On the question today for previous amendments, the votes stood 80 ays—88 noes—on the final...
Having seen a part only of the names returned for the Convention, and being unacquainted with the...
My last inclosed the seven first numbers of the paper of which I gave you some account. I now add...
The prospect in Massts seems to brighten, if I view in the true light the following...
The arrival of R.H. Lee yesterday has made up a Quorum of the Senate. a Quorum in the other House...
I am just informed by a Delegate from New Hamshire that he has a letter from President Sullivan...
I have been favoured since my last with yours of the 10th inst: with a copy of the Governours...
The Newspaper inclosed with the letter which follows, comprises the information brought me by the...
I have at length the pleasure to inclose you the favorable result of the Convention at Boston....
I am just honoured with your favor of the 5th inst: The intelligence from Genl Knox is gloomy...
We got through the constitution by paragraphs today. Tomorrow some proposition for closing the...
On our journey hither we have fallen in with the Bearer of the Electoral votes of Georgia. They...