Lee Letter: b418

Lee Letter: b418 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: James Monroe Chantilly January the 15. 1791Dear Sir,I was yesterday honored with your polite and obliging letter of december the 30th last past, for which I pray you to accept my best thanks, as well as for your...

Lee Letter: b354

Lee Letter: b354 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: James Monroe Belle View June the 18th. 1787Dear Sir,An unforeseen interruption deprives me of the happiness of waiting (as I intended) on Mrs. Monroe and yourself, that I might take your commands to New York, for...

Lee Letter: n845

Lee Letter: n845 Sender: James Monroe Recipient: Richard Henry Lee New York May 24. 1786Dear SirI have no excuse for having been so indifferent a correspondent except that I had nothing to communicate to you & I knew that of this you were apprisd by yr. brother...

Lee Letter: n790

Lee Letter: n790 Sender: James Monroe Recipient: Richard Henry Lee New York 20th March 1785. Sir.By a letter from the honorable the Agents on the part of Massachusets and Newyork my appointment as a judge to sit on the fœderal Court for deciding the Controversy...

Lee Letter: b334

Lee Letter: b334 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: James Monroe New York October the 17. 1785Dear Sir,I have received the letter that you did me the honor to write to me from Pittsburg, and I am much pleased to find by it that the Indian nations, as nations, are...