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The enclosed letters particularly the one for Mr. Dublois are upon business the most urgent...
3 August 1797, Philadelphia. Acknowledges letter of 23 June [not found]. “In the first place you...
20 March 1809, Philadelphia. Encloses samples of “two kinds of lace” for use in the chariot...
My dearest here we are snug in a warm room consoling ourselves on our escape from the Storm, by...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate respects to mrs Madison, & his regrets that she is not...
Farewell my dear Sister & say good bye for me to my beloved friend Madison. He carries with him...
24 June 1813. Writes “in sincere anxiety for the health of the President,” and asks for “at least...
Your Letter of October 12th was an unexpected pleasure, and I cannot regret the occasion which...
My dearest. My last was so full that it has left me little to add General Cocke joined on tuesday...
I told you my Dear Cosen that I should not stay very Long here after you was gone we propose...
I am again at Clarksburg after an absence of two months, worse than mispent in the western...
I am here & expected to have been tomorrow in Washington. It is however necessary, I find that I...
My dearest, We made out to get to Mr. Goodwins by 5 OC. where we luckily fell in with Genl....
My Grandson William Stuben Smith, having returnd from abroad, declines the honour which I have...
5 October 1812. Sends this letter by his cousin Edward Carrington, son of Judge Paul Carrington....
Your very obliging & kind letter was received by Mrs. Latrobe yesterday, & I had also your...
I will not delay a Moment my ever dear and valued friend to reply to your last interresting...
We reached the end of our journey yesterday at one o’clock; without interruption of any sort on...
The time of the President U.S. is so occupied by matters of so much more importance, that I did...
13 April 1813, Washington. “The enclosed Letter from my Son, will shew you at a glance, what must...
10 June 1811, New York. Observes that it is impossible to comply with his promise to write on...
22 July 1809, Bristol, Pennsylvania. Thanks Mrs. Madison for gift of an “elegant representation...
12 November 1812. Sends “nine other copies of the Engraving of the portrait of the President, to...
12 March 1809, Philadelphia. Asks that his stepson be appointed an official courier to carry...
Neither the chart of your uncle, or the memory of your brother could save me from two errors on...
20 March 1813, Bordeaux. Promises to “send the President a good stock of wine, Brandy and...
Your letter of the 19th. has just been received. Permit me in the first place to thank You for...
I am more mortified than I can express at the conduct of the Coach-maker, I have had the...
Immediately after your departure I went to the President’s house in order to forward every part...
I had yesterday the honor of your letter of the 20th. inst. I had already written to you on the...
22 June 1813, New York. Sends “a hat Choosing by Mrs. Gallatin which he prays Mrs. Madison to...
22 Mar. 1813, Philadelphia. Introduces herself as the daughter of Dolley Madison’s “old friend,...
We arrived here about half an hour by sun. We had a hot ride, but have not suffered from it. The...
I have sate down at a late hour my dear Mrs Madison to reply to your Letter of the 10th. in which...
I wrote you my beloved by the mail of tuesday, and hoped it would be the last from this place,...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mrs Madison & thinks the case she shewed...
Orange Aug: 18. 94. I recd. some days ago your ⟨p⟩recious favor from Fredg. I can not express,...
I hope you receid., my dearest, a letter written by the last Mail. I write this in haste just to...
Th: Jefferson was much disappointed at breakfast this morning not having till then known of the...
I recd yesterday morning, your welcome letter of Saturday evening. I hope you recd. in due time...
There are feelings of such a nature, as no language is adequate to express, and it is only such...
… You may, perhaps, be surprised at receiving a letter from one with whom you have had so little...