Letters and Other Writings of James Madison: Fourth President of the United States, Volume 3

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J.B. Lippincott & Company, 1865
 

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istence from the elective principle c Circumstances in U States
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To President Monroe November 29
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A Azuni October 1817
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To President Monroe Montpellier December 27
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lative bills Question of a Judiciary annulment of legislative acta
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Address to the Agricultural Society op Albemarle Virginia 6395
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Effect of the capacity of man in increasing and diminishing particular
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To Mordecai M Noah Montpellier May 15
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Memorandum concerning John Randolphs assertion as to Florida
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To Ashur Robbins Montpellier August 8
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To President Monroe Montpellier Nov 28
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To Thomas Jefferson Montpellier February 12
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To Robert Walsh Montpellier March 2
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Increase of religious instruction since the Revolution The English
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To J Q Adams Montpellier May 18
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interest on debt from IT S Massachusetts claim General justice
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Error in expounding the Constitution arising from the use made
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articles Misconduct of Banks Effect of domestic manufactures
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To President Monroe Montpellier February 10
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To President Monroe Montpellier February 23
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in prices of produce Flour General embarrassment Experi
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To Martin Van Buren Not sent
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To Dr De la Motta Montpellier August
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To Tench Coxe Montpellier November 4
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To President Monroe Montpellier November 19
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To James Barbour November 25
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To Thomas Jefferson Montpellier December 10
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To Francis Glass Montpellier August 8
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To Solomon Southwick April 21
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To S W Pomeroy Montpellier July 23
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To Albert Picket and others September
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To General La Fayetto
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To F L Schaeffer Montpellier December 3
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Jonathan Ban and Mary Bull An apologue 249256
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P 257291
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To John Adlum April 12
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To President Monroe Montpellier May 6
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To Edward Livingston Montpellier July 10
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To Willhm T Barry August 4
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To James Maury September 28
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To H G Spafford December 5
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To Littleton Dennis Teackle February 12
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To Mr Monroe Montpellier February 13
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To J Maury Montpellier March 24
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To Robert Mayo and Wm R Barlow March 31
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To R II Lee Montpellier February 9
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Review of a statement attributed to Gen John Armstrong 373 385
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Documents illustrative of the foregoing Review 386426
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Secretary Armstrong to Gen Jackson May 21 1814
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President Madison to Secretary of State June 3 1814
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Estimate of force and preparation for defence of the city mado up in Cab
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President Madisons note on Gen Lewiss letter to Secretary Armstrong
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President Madisons note to Secretary Armstrong on letters of Jennings
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To Mathew Carey March 10
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To President Monroe Montpellier April 13
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To W H Crawford Montpellier April 13 434
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To Littleton Dennis Teackle Montpellier June
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To President Monroe Montpellier August 5
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Rayneval a M Monroe Paris le 14 Novembre 1795 453457
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Translation of the foregoing 462470
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To Robert G Scott Montpellier October 6
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why
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Continued
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To William Johnson Montpellier May 6
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To Miss Frances Wright Montpellier September 1
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To Dr Caldwell Montpellier September 28
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To Edward Livingston Montpellier December 27
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To Converse Sherman Montpellier March 10
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To R Riker and others Montpellier May 31
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To N P Trist Montpellier July 6
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accompaniments Plan for publication and probable extent of
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To Major General Gaines Montpellier November 15
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Report M s course concerning U S Bank explained Memorial
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Continued
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To Thomas Law Montpellier January 27
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To Henry Lee Montpellier February
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To N P Trist Montpellier March 2
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To George Graham Montpellier April 5
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To Anthony Morris Montpellier May 28 680
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To Governor Giles September 8
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To Mr Monroe Montpellier October 29
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J Ingersoll Montpellier November 17
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To Jared Sparks Montpellier January 5
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To Mr Monroe Montpellier January 23
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Van Buren February 21 622
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Considerations for declining nomination as Presidential elector Ca
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To Samuel Southard May 4
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To Joseph C Cabell October 15
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To Mathew Carey 635
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Halaman 144 - Congress, under the pretext of executing its powers pass laws for the accomplishment of objects not intrusted to the government, it would become the painful duty of this tribunal, should a case requiring such a decision come before it, to say that such an act was not the law of the land.
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