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J. Scott, August 11, 1777. Certification of Oath of Allegiance by James Madison.

Reverend James Madison, 1778, Notes on Williamsburg Weather Data

James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, June 23, 1780.

George Washington to Joseph Jones, May 14, 1780. James Madison List to 1789 MAY 11.

James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, 1781

Edmund Randolph to James Madison, June 15, 1782.

James Madison to E. Pendleton, April 2, 1782.

Edmund Randolph to James Madison, June 29, 1782. Fragment.

James Madison to George Washington, April 29, 1783.

James Madison to Edmund Randolph, June 10, 1783.

James Madison to Edmund Randolph, August 12, 1783.

James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, February 11, 1784.

James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, April 25, 1784. Extract.

James Madison. Notes for Speech, Virginia House of Delegates. 1784.

James Madison to James Monroe, December 11, 1784.

James Madison to George 'Wythe, April 15, 1785.

James Madison to James Monroe, April 14, 1785. [cover only].

Philip Mazzei to James Madison, June 15, 1785. In Italian.

James Madison Sr. to Bartholomew Dandridge, February 26, 1785.

James Madison to Bartholomew Dandridge, February 26, 1785.

James Madison, October-November, 1785. Notes on Debate on Bill for Relig Estabt proposed by Mr Henry.

Gabriel Royez to James Madison, May 24, 1785. In French.

Nicholas Lewis to James Madison, November 26, 1786.

James Madison to Henry Lee, November 9, 1786.

James Maury to James Madison, July 10, 1786.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, February 9, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, August 15, 1787

John Smith to James Madison, May 26, 1787. Receipt.

James Madison to George Washington, December 26, 1787.

James Madison to George Washington, December 7, 1787.

John Francis Mercer to James Madison, January 16, 1787.

Philadelphia Convention, August 23, 1787. Pinckney Motion, Note of James Madison Beginning on July 17.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison and South Carolina Delegates in Congress, July 30, 1787, Agriculture

James Madison, 1787, Fragment of Document on Foreign Trade; Sent to Thomas Jefferson

James Madison to George Washington, November 20, 1787.

James Madison to Edmund Randolph, February 15, 1787.

Edmund Randolph to James Madison, March 22, 1787.

Philip Mazzei to James Madison, July 4, 1788. In Italian.

James Madison to George Washington, June 26, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, February 15, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, February 11, 1788.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, May 1, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, August 4, 1788

James Madison to George Washington, June 4, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, January 14, 1788.

Rolland to James Madison, February 26, 1788. Bill of Lading.

James Madison to George Washington, June 18, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 13, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 25, 1788.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, March 8, 1788

James Madison Sr. to James Madison, January 30, 1788.

James Madison to George Washington, June 21, 1788.

Constitutional Convention Journal, 1788, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1796

Richard Peters to James Madison, August 21, 1789. [Draft].

Thomas Pleasants to James Madison, April 23, 1789.

Fontaine Maury to James Madison, June 14, 1789.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, July 29, 1789

James Madison Sr. to James Madison. 1789.

Edmund Randolph to James Madison, August 18, 1789.

Nicholas Lewis to James Madison, January 9, 1789.

James Madison to Henry Lee, June 21, 1789. Fragment.

James Madison, December 25, 1790. Memo for George Washington on Having an Agent in London and Agent's Possible Status.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, September 17, 1789

James Madison to George Washington, March 5, 1789.

James Madison to Thomas Mann Randolph, January 13, 1789. Clipping from Virginia Independent Chronicle, January 28, 1789.

Edmund Randolph to James Madison. 1790.

Philip Southall to James Madison, January 1, 1790. Receipt.

Philip Pendleton to James Madison, March 1, 1790.

James Maury to James Madison, February 13, 1790.

James Madison. Notes, Customs Duties. 1790.

Unknown to James Madison, June, 1790. Note on Pennsylvania Congressional Delegates.

Fontaine Maury to James Madison, May 26, 1790.

Dorothy Elsworth to James Madison, August 31, 1790. Account.

Philip Mazzei to James Madison, March 23, 1790. In Italian.

Joseph Howell to James Madison, December 28, 1790.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, November 1, 1791

Mediterranean Commerce Report, February 1, 1791, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1797

Joseph Jones to James Madison, November 5, 1791.

Rev. James Madison to James Madison, November 25, 1791.

William Overton Callis to James Madison, October 29, 1791.

Robert Pleasants Jr. to James Madison, August 8, 1791.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, November 11, 1791.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, March 13, 1791

Jacob Hiltzheimer to James Madison, September 2, 1791. Receipted Bill.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, July 10, 1791

James Maury to James Madison, May 26, 1792.

Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 1, 1792.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, October 17, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, June 29, 1792

James Monroe to James Madison?, May 14, 1792. Receipted Bill, Expenses.

James Madison to Henry Lee, December 20, 1791.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, July 13, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Reverend James Madison, December 16, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, May 13, 1792

Alexander Spotswood to James Madison, May 1, 1792.

George Mansfield, November 16, 1792. Docket only, land claim lodged by James Madison.

James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, October 23, 1792.

Joseph Howell to James Madison, February 28, 1792.

Daniel Carroll to James Madison, April 9, 1792.

Algerine Captives, April 9, 1792, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1798

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