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James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, May 11, 1782

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, May 6, 1782

Samuel Hardy and Morris to Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, 1783, Dinner Invitation

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, August 9, 1784

Thomas Jefferson, May 10, 1784, Account of Books Sold to James Monroe

James Madison to James Monroe, December 11, 1784.

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

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 5, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, June 11, 1790

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, November 26, 1790

James Monroe to Unknown, December 31, 1792. Fragment & extract from John Fowler.

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

David Seckert and James Monroe, March 18, 1793, Memorandum of an Agreement

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, December 4, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, January 14, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 5, 1794

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, March 31, 1794, Mutilated

James Madison to James Monroe, April 06, 1795.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 21, 1796

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, October 25, 1797

James Madison to James Monroe, October 19, 1797.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 21, 1798

James Monroe to Enoch Edwards, February 12, 1798.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 8, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, April 19, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, January 3, 1799

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 19, 1799

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, November 6, 1800

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, December 30, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, April 13, 1800

Elizabeth Kortright Monroe

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 16, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, November 8, 1800, Partly Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, October 17, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, December 20, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 6, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, September 20, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 21, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to John Monroe, April 25, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 15, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, June 20, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, December 13, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, November 14, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 29, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 26, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 29, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, September 3, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, November 24, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 31, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 20, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, September 2, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, December 11, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 17, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 3, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, October 17, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 28, 1802

James Madison to James Monroe, October 22, 1803.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, June 5, 1803, Cipher

James Madison to James Monroe, March 1, 1803.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, January 10, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, September 21, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, February 25, 1803

Lord Harrowby to James Monroe, September 26, 1804

George Blagden and John Lenthall to Thomas Monroe, May 26, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 16, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 18, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 29, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, October 12, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, April 13, 1808

James Monroe, February 1808, Correspondence with Thomas Jefferson with Memorandum

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 17, 1808

Andrew Jackson to James Monroe, October 26, 1814

William Duane to James Monroe, October 25, 1814.

David B. Warden to James Monroe, June 10, 1814

James Monroe to Andrew Jackson, September 7, 1814

Harris to James Monroe, May 26, 1815

Jean Joseph Amable Humbert to James Monroe, June 3, 1815

James Monroe. List of officers and their salaries. 1816.

Thaddeus Kosciuszko to James Monroe, March 5, 1817

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, January 10, 1817

James Monroe to Andrew Jackson, Joseph McMinn and David Meriwether, May 16, 1817

James Monroe, April 17, 1818

James Monroe to James Madison, July 23, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, October 5, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, December 21, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, March 18, 1819.

James Monroe to Andrew Jackson, March 29, 1819

James Monroe Papers: Oversized, 1802-1819, Series 4, Addenda, 1778-1831; 2014 addition; Presidential pardon for Nancy Swann, African-American resident of the District of Columbia, 1819 (Container 4:5)

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, January 16, 1820

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 14, 1820

James Monroe and John Quincy Adams, July 13, 1820

James Monroe, March 10, 1821

James Monroe, March 10, 1821

James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, November 25, 1822

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, December 1, 1822

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, October 19, 1823

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 10, 1824

James Madison to James Monroe, January 31, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 27, 1824

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