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A near relation of my late friend Governor Langdon needs no apology for addressing a letter to me. that relationship giving sufficient title to all my respect. we were fellow laborers from the beginning of the 1 st to the accomplishment of the 2 d revolution in our government of the same zeal and the same sentiments, and I shall honor his memory while memory remains to me. the letter you...
I have recd. yr. favor of the 17. enclosing 2 letters from Mr. Jefferson, one to the late Govr. Langdon, the other to yrself, and a copy of your printed address to yr. Constts. on the Missouri question. The letters I return as you desired. Mr. J. was very right I think in not assenting to the publicn of his letter to yr. uncle. I was myself, intimately acquainted with yr. Uncle, and cheerfully...
J. Madison, with his respects to Mr. Hill, returns his thanks for the copy of the Report of the Committee on Commerce. The Report contains much important information on an important subject, and inculcates the true principles of reciprocity which ought to regulate the intercourse of Independent Nations. Whilst the U States contend for nothing beyond these, it ought not to be expected that they...