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Monroe, James (Pres. U.S.)
DeLong, Marlena C.
États-Unis President (1817-1825 : Monroe) (see also from)
Hamilton, Stanislaus Murray
Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Library of Congress
Madison, James (1751-1836)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Preston, Daniel (1951-)
Spojené státy americké President (1789-1825 : Monroe) (see also from)
United States President (1817-1825 : Monroe) (see also from)
United States. Department of State
United States. Dept. of State
United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Cartographic and Architectural Branch
United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe)
Virginia Governor (1799-1802 : Monroe) (see also from)
1816: america rising
age of federalism, the
autobiography of James Monroe, The
awakening of american nationalism: 1815–1828, the
Calendar of the correspondence of James Monroe, prepared from the originals preserved in the Department of State.
Calendarof the correspondence of James Monroe. New edition, with corrections and additions
castlereagh and adams: england and the united states, 1812–1823
Checklist of James Monroe.
Collection of prayers and exhortations uttered by Miss Rachel Baker in the city of New-York in the winter of 1815 during her abstracted and unconscious state
Devotional somnium, or, A collection of prayers and exhortations uttered by Miss Rachel Baker in the city of New-York in the winter of 1815 during her abstracted and unconscious state : to which pious and unprecedented exercises are prefixed an account of her life, with the manner in which she became powerful in praise to God and addresses to man, together with a view of that faculty of the human mind which is intermediate between sleeping and waking ...
dissertation on the eternal sonship of Christ, A
documentary history of the presidential tours of James Monroe, 1817, 1818, 1819
empire of liberty: a history of the early republic, 1789–1815
encyclopedia of the new american nation, 1754–1829
era of good feelings
examination of the British doctrine which subjects to capture a neut*. -, An
faiths of the founding fathers, the
following documents accompany the memorial of Sarah Easton and Dorothy Storer, 1790?:, The
governor's letter, of the 6th of Dec. 1802, to the speaker of the House of Delegates, of Virginia., The
Hancock gazette &Penobscot patriot.
Histoire des guerres d'Italie
James Monroe, 1758-1831; chronology, documents, bibliographical aids.
James Monroe 5th president of the United States.
James Monroe : address of R. Walton Moore : delivered at Fredericksburg, Va., april 28, 1928.
James Monroe letter
James Monroe message
James Monroe papers, 1772-1836
[James Monroe papers in Virginia repositories]
James Monroe : public claimant
james monroe: the quest for national identity.
jeffersonians: a study in administrative history, 1801–1829, the
john quincy adams and the foundations of american foreign policy
journal of the early republic
last founding father: james monroe and a nation's call to greatness, the
last of the cocked hats: james monroe and the virginia dynasty, the
Letter from Mr. Monroe to the Secretary of State dated Richmond, February 28, 1808.
Letters from the secretary of state to Messrs. Monroe and Pinkney, on subjects committed to their joint negotiation;
Letters from the Secretary of State to Messrs. Monroe and Pinkney, on subjects committed to their joint negotiations;
Letters from the Secretary of State to Mr. Monroe, on the subject of impressments, &c.
Letters on national subjects, auxiliary to universal education, and scientific knowledge; addressed to Burwell Bassett, late a member of the House of Representatives, and James Monroe, president of the United States of America.
making of the monroe doctrine, the
Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and Spanish possessions
memoir of James Monroe, esq. relating to his unsettled claims upon the people and government of the United States., The
Message from the president of the United States [James Monroe], transmitting, in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate of 20th April, a report of the attorney general, relative to the introduction of slaves into the United States, contrary to existing laws
Message from the President of the United States to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the eighteenth Congress : December 2, 1823 : read and referred to a committee of the whole House on the state of the Union.
Message from the President of the United States to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the Sixteenth Congress : November 15, 1820 : read, and committed to a committee of the whole House on the state of the Union.
Message from the president of the United States to the two houses of Congr*. -
Message from the President of the United States, to the two houses of Congresses, at the commencement of the first session of the Sixteenth Congress : December 7, 1819 : read, and committed to a committee of the whole House on the state of the Union.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a digest of the commercial regulations of the different foreign nations, with which the United States have intercourse:
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the Secretary of state, to Mr. Monroe, on the subject of the attack on the Chesapeake; also Mr. Monroe's correspondence with the British government, and Mr. Madison's correspondence with Mr. Rose, on the same subject. March 22, 1808. Printed by order of the Senate.
Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a report of William Lambert, on the subject of the longitude of the Capitol of the United States.
Message of the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to the war with the Seminoles and the measures which have been adopted by the government in consequence thereof.
monroe doctrine, 1823–1826, the
monroe doctrine: the cornerstone of american foreign policy, the
Monroe's defense of Jefferson and Freneau against Hamilton
nonprofit sector: a research handbook, the
Observations upon the proposed plan of federal government : with an attempt to answer some of the principal objections that have been made to it
Oeuvres de M. François de Salignac de La Mothe Fénélon, précepteur des enfants de France, archevêque-Duc de Cambrai.
Papers of James Monroe listed in chronological order from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress
Papers relative to French affairs communicated by General Armstrong to Mr. Monroe.
people, the sovereigns, The : being a comparison of the government of the United States with those of the republics which have existed before, with the causes of their decadence and fall
Plan of grounds adjacent to the Capitol : showing the projected alteration of the Canal and the amount of land proposed to be laid into building lots
Plan of grounds adjacent to the Capitol : showing the proposed alteration of the Canal and the amount of land proposed to be laid out into building lots
presidency of james monroe., the
President's message, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2, 1823
president's tour. A collection of addresses made to James Munroe, esq., president of the United States, on his tour through the northern and middle staes [!] A. D. 1817, accompanied with answers from the president;, The
Presidential inaugural speeches
presidents: a reference history, the
Profiles of the time of James Monroe (1758-1831) : an exhibition commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of the fifth president of the United States.
That upon supplies furnished by impressment or otherwise, or services rendered by individuals, to the United States, from the year 1781, to the present period--the claims whereof against the United States, by payment of the principal, or other satisfactory compensation, are transferred from the individual, to the state of which he is a citizen ...
united states and the independence of latin america, the
view of the conduct of the executive in the foreign affairs of the United States, as connected with the mission to the French republic, during the years 1794, 5, and 6. By James Monroe, late minister plenipotentiary to the said republic. Illustrated by his instructions and correspondence, and other authentic documents., A
Virginia ... History of the executives, 1893:
what hath god wrought: the transformation of america, 1815–1848
Whereas doubts have arose with some of the commissioners appointed under the resolution of the 20th of February, 1782, for the settlement of the accounts of states, and individuals within the same, against the United States ...
writings ... including a collection of his private papers and corres*, The
Writings of James Monroe, including a collection of his public and private papers and correspondence... edited by Stanislaus Murray Hamilton..., The
writings of James Monroe, including a collection of his public and private papers and correspondence now for the first time printed., The