James Madison to Arthur Lee, 7 May 1782

Philada. May [7] 17821 Dear Sir The letter inclosed2 herewith came to my hands from the Eastern post. I forward it not knowing how far its contents may interest you. The parliamentary intelligence published in the gazette of this morning shews that some revolution in...

Henry Lee to James Madison, 19 October 1786

New York 19th. Ocr. [17]86 My dear sir. In our letter of this date to the Assembly1 you will know our sentiments on the interesting subject of finance. I am persuaded if the suggestions meet the approbation of the Legislature and any plans calculated on the principles...

Lee Letter: n836

Lee Letter: n836 Sender: Henry Lee Recipient: James Madison New York 16h. Feby. [1786]My dear sirBy way of introduction of a correspondence, with a character I love & respect so sincerely, I enclose a report passed yesterday by Congress, the only material business...

Lee Letter: n856

Lee Letter: n856 Sender: Henry Lee Recipient: James Madison New York 25th Ocr. 1786Dear sirYou now have the report from the secretary of war mentioned in my last letter & omitted.1The opinions I conveyed then relative to the eastern commotions are daily supported...

Lee Letter: b326

Lee Letter: b326 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: James Madison N.Y. Aug. 11, 1785Dear Sir,Your favor of July the 7th was long coming to hand as I find my letter of the 20th May was in getting to you – This joined to the uncertainty of letters ever arriving...

Lee Letter: n817

Lee Letter: n817 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: James Madison N.Y. Augt. 11. 1785Dear Sir,Your favor of July the 7th1 was long coming to hand as I find my letter of the 20th May2 was in getting to you. This joined to the uncertainty of letters ever arriving safe...