University of Virginia correspondence of James Madison and James Monroe [manuscript], 1827-1830.


University of Virginia correspondence of James Madison and James Monroe [manuscript], 1827-1830.

The collection consists of correspondence of Monroe with Madison, J. T. Kirckland and Col. S. Thayer; and correspondence of Madison with James Barbour, Nathaniel Bowditch, Charles Bonnycastle, Arthur S. Brockenbrough, John C. Calhoun, Timothy Clowes, John H. Cocke, John A. Dix, Robley Dunglison, Alexander Garrett, de Generes de Jourville, W. A. Hatch, W. B. Lawrence, Thomas C. Levins, George Long, Alexander Macomb, William Matthews, James Pleasants, Alfred H. Powell, and William Wertenbaker.

34 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7933726

University of Virginia. Library

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Thayer, Sylvanus, 1785-1872 (person)

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Pleasants, James, 1769-1836 (person)

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Monroe, James, 1758-1831 (person)

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Madison, James, 1751-1836 (person)

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