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Marquis de Lafayette
treatment of deafness of James Gouverneur, pleased that both JM and James Madison will be members of the Virginia constitutional convention, hopes that Virginia can formulate a means of abolishing slavery, concerned for JM's health, hopes that Samuel Gouverneur has not been removed from his position as postmaster at New York, family news, French politics, James Brown is preparing to return to the United States, displeased by removal of Mr Beasley as consul at Havre, European affairs
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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