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I reached the end of my journey on Saturday Evening; without accident and in good health. I found...
Your second letter my dearest, of the 26. continued on the 28. is this moment recd; and flatters...
The last mail brought me, my dearest yours of the 30 Ocr. I am happy to find you able to walk...
Yours of the 1st. instant, my dearest gives me much happiness, but it can not be compleat till I...
I have recd. my dearest your letter by the last mail. As the Horses have been bought, the bargain...
I was not disappointed my dearest, in my expectation of a letter by the last mail, which...
I have recd. my dearest yours begun on the 15. & continued on the 16th. The low spirits which...
I mentioned in my last my dearest that I should put into the mail today the remittance promised...
This is the last mail My dearest that will be likely to find you in Philada. and I am not without...
The enclosed came to my hands, too late—to send over yesterday. The President being so unwell —I...
§ Elbridge Gerry to Dolley Madison. 3 March 1814, “Senate Chamber.” “Mr Gerry presents his best...
¶ John Mason to Dolley Madison. Letter not found. 8 June 1814. Described as a two-page autograph...
We reached our quarters last evening at the Camp between 8 & 9 o’c. and made out very well. I...
Finding that our army had left Montgomery Court House, we pushed on to this place, with a view to...
and I can not yet learn what has been the result. Should the fort have been taken, the British...
James Barbour presents his respects to Mrs. Madison with a view to express his regret at the...
I snatch a moment and a very bad pen to tell you that we ended our journey in good time that is...
I had made up my Mind on my return from Spain never to trouble Mr. Madison even with the mention...
It is a source of sincere regret that I have not the pleasure of being personally acquainted,...
We arrived about sun set: just as they were commencing their Desert. The Genl. had arrived about...
We had fondly hoped my dear Madam & kind & respected friend to embrace you very shortly &...
¶ Lydia H. Sigourney to Dolley Madison. Letter not found. 26 August 1825. Offered for sale in the...