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Letter to James Madison

We all look with great anxiety to the result of the Convention at Philadelphia.  Indeed…
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A Modest Proposal

Should the Federalists and Minority-men recommend the removal of the embargo, previous to the repeal…
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State of the Union Address (1824)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: The view which I have now to…
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State of the Union Address (1823)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: Many important subjects will claim your attention…
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State of the Union Address (1822)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: Many causes unite to make your present…
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State of the Union Address (1821)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: The progress of our affairs since the…
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State of the Union Address (1820)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: In communicating to you a just view…
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State of the Union Address (1819)

Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: The public buildings being advanced to a…
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State of the Union Address (1816)

Fellow—Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: The auspicious circumstances under which you will…
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