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 Madison Papers Indexes | Papers of James Madison, Index to Presidential Series volume 5 | M |  Madison, James

Subentries

– absence from Washington [5 references]

– accounts with Dinsmore and Neilson [3 references]

– addresses Indian delegation [2 references]

– advocates development of navy [1 reference]

– and appointments [11 references]

– appoints J. Armstrong secretary of war [3 references]

– appoints W. Jones secretary of navy [2 references]

– approves salary [1 reference]

– April 1789 speech to Congress [1 reference]

– on armistice terms [1 reference]

– and army appropriations [3 references]

– on army recruitment and compensation [5 references]

– association with P. Carrington [2 references]

– and Baltimore riots [2 references]

– on blockades [1 reference]

– and British aliens [1 reference]

– cabinet of [12 references]

– as Caligula [1 reference]

– calls up militia [4 references]

– character of [2 references]

– children named after [1 reference]

– clothing [1 reference]

– on command of Great Lakes [3 references]

– and command of Northwest Army [1 reference]

– commends P. Hamilton [1 reference]

– on commission protocols [1 reference]

– commutes W. Hull's sentence [1 reference]

– concludes agreement with D. Erskine [1 reference]

– and courts-martial [2 references]

– in danger of abduction [1 reference]

– declines interfering with state government [1 reference]

– and defense of U.S. coast [1 reference]

– disavows G. Mathews's activities [1 reference]

– discusses military operations with W. Hampton [1 reference]

– and E.Fla. [6 references]

– and election of 1808 [2 references]

– and election of 1812 [31 references]

– employs J. Neilson as carpenter [1 reference]

– and Ewell-Goldsborough dispute [3 references]

– as father figure [1 reference]

– forwards letters and reports to Congress [10 references]

– forwards letters and reports to Senate [9 references]

– forwards nominations to Senate [8 references]

– and funds for Capitol [2 references]

– grants pardons [2 references]

– and Gutiérrez-Magee raid [3 references]

– health of [8 references]

– and impressment [2 references]

– and Indians [3 references]

– as “James I” [1 reference]

– and Lafayette's La. lands [4 references]

– learns of surrender of Detroit [1 reference]

– letters of application and recommendation to [60 references]

– letters of introduction to [8 references]

– library of [1 reference]

– and local defense of N.Y. [1 reference]

– meets with J. Melish [1 reference]

– to meet with Gallatin [1 reference]

– to meet with T. Lloyd [1 reference]

– as member of Congress [1 reference]

– messages to Congress [26 references]

– and military appointments [21 references]

– on national unity [3 references]

– on naturalization laws [1 reference]

– and naval appropriations [2 references]

– nominations by [17 references]

– observes Independence Day [1 reference]

– offers L. Cheves treasury secretaryship [1 reference]

– opposition to administration of [37 references]

– orders wine [1 reference]

– as patron of science [1 reference]

– plans return to Washington [6 references]

– plans to visit Montpelier [8 references]

– policy toward Mexico [4 references]

– portrait of [2 references]

– prepares message to Congress [1 reference]

– and Princeton classmates [3 references]

– proclamation of war [5 references]

– proclamations of [7 references]

– receives coded documents [3 references]

– receives request for pardons [1 reference]

– receives request for passport [1 reference]

– receives requests for aid [14 references]

– receives requests for military discharge [2 references]

– receives visitors at Montpelier [3 references]

– recommends books [1 reference]

– recommends R. Chapman [1 reference]

– recommends J. Neilson [1 reference]

– religious beliefs of [1 reference]

– and repeal of French decrees [1 reference]

– reports on Battle of Queenston [1 reference]

– and retaliation bill [1 reference]

– returns to Washington [1 reference]

– as secretary of state [2 references]

– sends and receives books [5 references]

– sends and receives newspapers [5 references]

– sends and receives pamphlets [9 references]

– sends and receives sermons [2 references]

– and slaves [2 references]

– support for administration of [55 references]

– and suppression of political opponents [5 references]

– terminates armistice [1 reference]

– and tobacco [1 reference]

– urged to call up troops [10 references]

– urged to replace W. Hull [1 reference]

– and U.S. privateers [1 reference]

– and U.S. terms for peace [2 references]

– vetoes Bonus Bill [1 reference]

– and vice presidential oath of office [2 references]

– visits Montpelier [5 references]

– and volunteers [2 references]

– on volunteer system [3 references]

– on war [3 references]

– D. B. Warden dedicates book to [1 reference]

– warned about G. Granger [1 reference]

– and W.Fla. [2 references]

– to write E. Monroe [2 references]

– writes in code [1 reference]