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Documents (2 March 1789–20 January 1790)

From: Madison Papers | Congressional Series | Volume 12 | Documents (2 March 1789–20 January 1790)

In consequence of Col: Parker’s being Elected a Representative in Congress, He resigned the Naval...
I congratulate you and our Country in being Elected as one of the Representatives in Congress, I...
As there will be Collectors of the impost appointed under the new goverment on the different...
On our journey hither we have fallen in with the Bearer of the Electoral Votes of Georgia. They...
I am very sory that I had not the pleasure of seeing you in Baltimore on your way to Congress....
I did not learn till just now that you lodged in Town last night or I should have taken the...
We arrived here yesterday evening where we have met with Mr. Dawson just from New York. When he...
The papers necessary to our European project are enclosed herewith—viz my power of attorney, your...
I recieved in due Course your obliging favor of Not having the letter before me, I do not...
My Friend Mr. Thomas Pleasants read to me a Paragraph in a letter he wrote you, recommending me,...