James Madison Papers

To James Madison from James Monroe, November 1786

From James Monroe

Springhill Novr. 1786.

Dear Sir

As you will be on the ground or convenient to it for negotiating further engagments on the Mohawk as well as concluding that we have already enter’d into, I commit to you the papers respecting it. You will take such steps as you find necessary in both instances. We hope to see you if convenient on your way to N. York. Let me hear from you in the mean time whilst you remain where you are. Sincerely yr. fnd. & servt.

Jas. Monroe

RC (PWacD: Feinstone Collection [on deposit at PPAmP]). Endorsed, “The above letter was addressed to Mr Madison as appears from the connected correspondence in possession of Mr James C. McGuire of Washington City from which it is taken & by whom it is presented.” Enclosures not found.

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