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

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

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

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

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

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

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James Madison to James Monroe, April 06, 1795.

James Madison to James Monroe, April 06, 1795.

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James Monroe to Enoch Edwards, February 12, 1798.

James Monroe to Enoch Edwards, February 12, 1798.

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James Madison to James Monroe, March 1, 1803.

James Madison to James Monroe, March 1, 1803.

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

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

Correspondence with Thomas Jefferson with Memorandum

William Duane to James Monroe, October 25, 1814.

William Duane to James Monroe, October 25, 1814.

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

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

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Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and Spanish possessions /

Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and ...

Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridians: London and Washington. Fourth state. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes inset of the West Indies. Acquired by transfer... more

James Monroe to James Madison, October 5, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, October 5, 1818.

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James Monroe to James Madison, December 21, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, December 21, 1818.

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James Monroe to James Madison, July 23, 1818.

James Monroe to James Madison, July 23, 1818.

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James Monroe to James Madison, March 18, 1819.

James Monroe to James Madison, March 18, 1819.

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This paper, which is now published daily, at the seat of the National Govvenment, is zealously devoted to the promotion of those political principles, and that system of policy, which have characterized the administration of James Monroe ... Wa

This paper, which is now published daily, at the seat of the National ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 193, Folder 29.

James Madison to James Monroe, January 31, 1824.

James Madison to James Monroe, January 31, 1824.

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James Monroe to James Madison, December 9, 1824.

James Monroe to James Madison, December 9, 1824.

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