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Percieving from a late Law of Congress, that th⟨e⟩ President is authorised to make extensive...
It is with the utmost consternation I have this moment learnt that you have on the false...
The unnoticed note I addressed to you a few days since —was intended in the highest feelings of...
Believing it to be the duty of a citizen to represent correctly & respectfully to the chief...
It is my respect for your opinion, that prompts me to write one more line to you on the subject...
27 July 1813. “It is a singular and important fact, that a republican government depends so much...
I take the liberty of directing this to you, to ask your encouragement of an establishment...
I take the liberty of enclosing to President Madison a Copy of an oration the sentiments of which...
Dr. Ewell presents his best respects to Mr. Madison—& takes the liberty of forwarding this...