Zona Gale Papers, 1838-1970

Appendix I: Calendar of the Collection

Note

Each item of the Incoming Correspondence, Outgoing Correspondence, and Speeches and Writings is listed below. For the correspondence, the letter writer/addressee is listed followed by the date and content information.


Incoming Correspondence, 1812-1862
Adams, Richard September, 1844 - Suggestion that Tallmadge meet Senator Walker before departing for Wisconsin.
Allen, Elisha H. September 5, 1842 - Discussion of New York politics.
Allen, John W. August 25, 1838 - Report of strong administration support in Ohio.
Allen, Stephen February 8, 1835 - Acknowledgment of recommendation.
Allen, Thomas June 20, 1837 - Report of difficulty in obtaining support for a political newspaper.
November 5, 1837 - Inquiry about suing the Globe and Argus for libel.
November 12, 1838 - Exultation over conservative victory in New York, prediction of Clay's failure, and request for aid for Rives.
April 29, 1838 - Report of financial difficulties and Rives' success in Virginia elections.
May 8, 1839 - Comments on religious revivalism and the general political situation.
May 25, 1839 - Report on Virginia elections.
May 29, 1839 - Further comments on Virginia elections.
June 1,1839 - Hesitant claims of victory in Virginia.
June 11, 1839 - Virginia election results and report of financial difficulties of the Madisonian.
December 1, 1839 - Discussion of Rives' and Tallmadge's re-election and general Whig policies.
August 5, 1840 - Support for Tallmadge's decision to sue for libel.
August 9, 1840 - Report of election results in North Carolina and Alabama.
October 31, 1840 - Expression of hope for political peace under Harrison.
November 18, 1840 - Report of rumors that Rives will be secretary of state.
November 5, 1841 - Resignation from politics, caused by disapproval of both parties.
March 16, 1843 - Settlement of the Madisonian's accounts.
Ashburton, Lord June 22, 1842 - Social Invitation.
1842, undated - Social invitation.
Austin, Arthur W. September 9, 1843 - Desire to present memorial of an undisclosed nature.
February 19, 1844 - Report of problems with political appointments.
November 6, 1844 - Suggestion that he will join Wisconsin land venture.
November 18, 1844 - Statement that he is still unable to join.
Bacon, D. Francis September 24, 1842 - Discussion of 1844 vice-presidential choice.
Bacon, John F. March 26, 1836 - Letter regarding pensions.
Badger, George F. September 8, 1841 - Social invitation.
Baltimore Mercantile Assocation December 8, 1841 - Invitation to lecture.
Bancroft, George December, 1836 - Request to acquire Clinton papers and mention of his reaction to Van Buren's victory.
Bard, William September 20, 1836 - Discussion of Tallmadge's financial situation.
August 16, 1841 - Comments on Tyler's veto of the bank bill.
Barlow, Timothy August 29, 1838 - Discussion of land titles for the Winnebago Land Company in Caledonia, Illinois.
November 1, 1838 - More about land titles.
January 9, 1839 - Discussion of Clay's inability to win the western vote, praise for Tallmadge as a vice-presidential candidate, titles arranged.
April, 1839 - Form for transfer of power of attorney for Winnebago stock.
February 8, 1840 - Report of financial difficulties.
February 17, 1840 - Further financial difficulties.
February 18, 1840 - Request for grant of power of attorney.
February 25, 1840 - Request for directions regarding affairs of the Winnebago Land Company.
February 28, 1840 - Further request for legal and financial directions.
June 2, 1840 - Further financial arrangements.
July 13, 1840 - Further comments on financial matters.
January 9, 1841 - Further comments on financial matters.
April 15, 1841 - Report of poor business conditions and fear of what President Tyler will be like.
February 20, 1842 - Mention of poor business conditions in Illinois.
January 4, 1843 - Comments on Barlow's health.
Barstow, G. H. December 5, 1838 - Discussion of Tallmadge's mother's pension.
Bartlett, M. R. August 24, 1842 - Support for tariff and exchequer bills.
Bayard, Samuel May 7, 1843 - Description of travels in Indian territory.
July 22, 1844 - Support for Tallmadge's decision to go to Wisconsin.
Bayard, Wm. July, 1847 - Mention of Tallmadge's address to the Milwaukee Friends of Taylor.
Beardsley, Levi June 15,1837 - Comments on New York politics.
June 30, 1837 - Comments on support for Tallmadge in New York state press.
August 19, 1840 - Expression of hope for reconciliation of New York Democratic differences.
Bell, John February 7, 1840 - Social invitation. April, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
Bell, Mrs. undated - Social invitation.
Benton, N. S. February 13, 1833 - Information on a New York bank bill.
Berrien, John M. February 25, 1842 - Brief suggestion on legislative debate procedure.
Betts, Samuel S. December 26, 1836 - Request for report on Ohio-Michigan territorial dispute.
Biddle, Nicholas July 22,1837- Opinion on making the Second Bank of the United States the government fiscal agent.
Bird, A. A. March 8, 1844 - Deposition for travel funds.
Blatchford, Richard M. February 7, 1833 - Congratulations on election to Senate.
November 11, 1837 - Approbation for Tallmadge's leadership in the Senate.
Boltwood, Lucien February 14, 1833 - Congratulations from old friend on election to the Senate.
November 26, 1835 - Request for new postmaster.
May 28, 1838 - Support for Tallmadge's fiscal policies.
Boston Clay Club December 15, 1843 - Notice of election to honorary membership.
Boston Mercantile Library Assn. June, 1843 - Invitation to lecture.
Bradford, S. S. August 17, 1842 - Congratulations on nomination for vice-president by Virginia Whigs.
October 2, 1844 - Reply to Tallmadge's invitation to accompany him to Wisconsin.
Bradford, Thomas March 7, 1842 - Thanks for hospitality.
Bronson, A. M. February 1, 1842 - Letter on New York Safety Fund system.
Bronson, Greene C. September 14, 1832 - Letter on patronage.
Bronson, John L. July 10, 1847 - Comments on Tallmadge's article on Taylor.
Brooks, James March 11, 1842 - Discussion of intrigue in undisclosed matter.
Bryan, John A. December 8 , 1844 - Congratulations on appointment as Wisconsin territorial governor.
Buchanan, James October 27, 1838 - Brief comment on unidentified speech.
Buel, Jesse May 26, 1838 - Support for undisclosed bill.
Butler, Benjamin F. July 23, 1833 - Note on Clinton papers.
October 25, 1836 - Letter on patronage.
October, 1836 - Brief illegible note.
Butler, Josiah May 5, 1842 - Evaluation of Tallmadge's report on the exchequer.
Caledonia Railroad Mfg. Co. July 6, 1839 - Receipts for shares in the company.
Calhoun, John C. June 21, 1844 - Commission as territorial governor of Wisconsin.
Campbell, David March 2, 1840 - Letter of introduction.
April 4, 1840 - Inquiry on use Lyman C. Draper will make of information on Virginia history.
May 22, 1840 - Further mention of Tallmadge as vice-presidential choice with Clay.
Carter, Henry A. September 6, 1842 - Mention of desire for a Clay-Tallmadge ticket.
Chrittenden, J. D. October 13,1842-Invitation to speak in New York.
Choate, Rufus April 26, 1841 - Brief illegible note.
May 24, 1841 - Brief illegible note.
Clark, Aaron June 30, 1838 - Report on meeting with Governor Campbell.
January 10, 1839 - Recommendation for Solomon Southwick.
March 25, 1844 - Letter of support in midst of press criticism of Tallmadge.
Clark, J. C. August 10, 1840 - Report on politics in North Carolina.
August 15, 1840 - Report on politics in North Carolina.
August 16, 1840 - Report on politics in North Carolina.
November 5, 1840 - Report on politics in North Carolina.
Clawson, E. B. December 31, 1842 - Letter on disposal of Caledonia property.
Clay, Henry October 31, 1838 - Comments on New York and Ohio Whigs and a national bank.
April 9, 1839 - Report of Tallmadge's standing in Kentucky and negative comments on Calhoun.
April 12, 1839 - Discussion of the American System.
June 18, 1839 - Comments on limiting the president to one term, mention of Tallmadge as vice-presidential candidate, correction of statement about Calhoun.
July 14, 1839 - Itinerary.
October 12, 1839 - Mention of Tallmadge as vice-president; citation of bribery as cause for party defection.
October, 1839 - Request for Tallmadge to get resolution from New York conservatives on undisclosed matter.
October 30, 1841 - Discussion of Clay's desire to retire, the Carolina affair, and how Whigs should react to Tyler's bank veto message.
December 26, 1841 - Brief note expressing pleasure after talking with Tallmadge.
undated - Covering letter for undisclosed letter.
Clayton, Thomas September 15, 1840 - Comments on New York politics.
October 7, 1840 - Report of local Whig victory.
November 12, 1840 - Verification of victory.
Clinch, General Duncan October 10, 1840 - Report on Georgia politics.
Clinton, Charles A. May, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
Collier, John A. August 13, 1841 - Letter on New York debts and land bill.
Colton, Walter June 2, 1841 - Request for support for Philadelphia Whig press.
Conkling, A. February 18, 1842 - Request for Tallmadge's opinion of the Bankruptcy Act.
Cortland, D. W. April 22, 1834 - Comments on the Albany Regency.
Coxe, Richard August 5, 1840 - Letter on unidentified court matter involving Tallmadge.
April 22, 1842 - Postponement of decision in the court matter.
Crary, John August 28, 1838 - Mention that Tallmadge might be nominated for governor of New York.
September 28, 1839 - Crary's disinclination to engage in New York politics.
Crittenden, J. J. August 5, 1840 - Results of Kentucky election.
August 28, 1840 - Compliments to Tallmadge and report of good prospects for Harrison's victory in the West.
Croswell, Edwin December 20, 1833 - Discussion of New York politics.
December 28, 1833 - Letter on patronage.
June 20, 1834 - Support for early adjournment of the Senate.
February 6, 1835 - Letter on introduction of silk worm culture.
February 21, 1835 - Report on political meeting in New York.
November 4, 1836 - Comments on New York elections.
October 22, 1838 - Suggestion that Tallmadge keep up his correspondence.
Curtis, Edward August 28, 1839 - Comments on New York elections.
November 12, 1839 - Comments on New York's support for Clay at the Whig Convention in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
November 18, 1839 - More on the convention.
Curtis, J. L. February, 1840 - Authority's comments on the bankruptcy law.
Cushman, John P. July 10, 1834 - Inquiry about internal improvements in New York.
February 7, 1835 - Comments on the attempt to assassinate Jackson.
Custis, Mrs. M. L. March, 1842 - Covering letter for missing letter.
Davis and Brooks July 8, 1837 - (to Davis and Brooks) Information on trade with Brazil.
Davis, Charles A. September 9, 1837 - General comments on politics.
September 18, 1837 - Comments upon role of hard money in commerce.
September 21, 1837 - Comments on banking.
February 8, 1838 - Comments on banking.
March 12, 1838 - Comments on banking.
December 15, 1838 - Comments on banking and relation of Whigs and Conservative Democrats.
December 23, 1838 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
February 7, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
February 17, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
February 25, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
March 7, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
March 14, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury debate.
March 18, 1840-Comments on currency matters.
January 29, 1841 - Support for construction of internal improvements.
March, 1841 - Illegible note.
December 28, 1841 - Illegible letter.
December 30, 1841 - Letter on the bankruptcy bill.
March 4, 1842 - Letter on Mississippi defenses and commerce.
March 10, 1842 - Support for nationalistic tone in memorial proposed by Tallmadge.
May 4, 1842 - Opposition to re-establishment of a United States fiscal agent.
May 16, 1842 - Comments on tariff bill.
May 20, 1842 - Comments on Rhode Island politics.
May 25, 1842 - Comments on Rhode Island politics.
June 17, 1842 - Letter of introduction.
June 23, 1842 - Report on Clay vs. Harrison in New York.
December 22, 1842 - Comments on currency.
January 18, 1844 - Comments on British Corn Laws.
Dawson, William C. September 23,1840- Comments on Georgia politics.
Dayon, Charles May 14, 1834 - Comments on New York politics and banking.
DeWitt, M. E. May 12, 1834 - Request for copy of speech on fiscal policy.
Dickey, Robert January 11, 1842 - Covering letter for a communication on the national bank.
Dix, John A. December 28, 1833 - Recommendation for a friend as United States district attorney.
January 10, 1834 - Covering letter for New York resolutions on removal of deposits from New York banks.
Doty, James Duane October 23, 1840 - Comments on New York state election.
May 18, 1841 - Discussion of lands which they want to exchange.
May 22, 1841 - Further discussion of lands for exchange.
June 22, 1841 - Two letters requesting a favor from Washington.
January 15, 1842 - Comments on Doty's financial difficulties.
February 23, 1842 - Mention of Doty's difficulty in working with the Wisconsin legislature; thanks to Tallmadge for assistance in his appointment.
August 3, 1842 - Report that courts have stripped Doty of his property.
December 20, 1842 - Mention of Doty's difficulties with the Wisconsin legislature, which met without authorization.
January 30, 1843 - Letter with petition indicating Doty is supported by most people in the territory.
September 3, 1843 - Comments on machinations of their mutual enemies in patronage matters.
October 31, 1843 -Discussion of Taychedah land purchase.
December 14, 1843 - Request for favor from Tallmadge in Washington.
January 4, 1844 - Comments on paying the legislature for the unauthorized session.
January 21, 1844 - Further comments on the legislature.
March 5, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
March 6, 1844 - Letter with petition to postmaster general.
March 11, 1844 - Request for favor from Tallmadge in Washington.
March 12, 1844 - Letter on Michigan boundary question.
March 15, 1844 - Two letters on land matters.
June 26, 1844 - Two letters with news on Taychedah real estate venture.
June 28,1844 - Question on land sale in Wisconsin.
August 4, 1844 - Suggestions to Tallmadge for his trip to Wisconsin and gubernatorial appointments.
January 10, 1845 - Support for Tallmadge's view on non-native participation in writing the constitution.
November 24, 1847 - Discussion of land titles.
December 30, 1847 - Comments on actions of the Wisconsin constitutional convention.
Dougherty, Addison October 7, 1842 - Statement of New York Whigs supporting Tallmadge.
October 14, 1842 - Further comments on the statement.
Dudley, Charles E. February 11, 1834 - Support for Jackson's bank war.
Duer, John January 16, 1842 - Letter of introduction.
Duer, William A. February 16, 1836 - Letter of introduction.
March 9, 1837 - Request on printing of congressional documents.
January 7, 1839 - Request for information on international copyright laws.
June 20, 1842 - Request for payment of old debts owed by the government.
Duncan, J. W. October 17, 1842 - Invitation to address Delaware Whigs.
October 29, 1842 - Second invitation to address Delaware Whigs.
“Dutchess” January 25, 1829 - Comments on constitutionality of Tallmadge's election in 1833.
Dyer, E. January 9, 1845 - Letter with copy of a presidential message.
Edmonds, J. W. December 26, 1833 - Letter on patronage in New York.
December 27, 1833 - Letter on patronage in New York.
Eldridge, N. T. June 17, 1847 - Discussion of personal financial matters.
August 12, 1847 - Letter on Tallmadge's statement supporting General Taylor.
October 7, 1847 - Report on Taylor support in New York.
Ellis, A. G. April 15, 1844 - Resolution supporting Tallmadge's position on internal improvements.
Evans, George September 25, 1845 - Letter of introduction.
Everett, Edward February 16, 1844 - Note from London on undisclosed matter.
Everitt, H. September 15, 1840 - Vermont election statistics.
Ewing, Thomas April 22, 1841 - Promise to present undisclosed matter of interest to Tallmadge to the President.
April 24, 1841 - Regrets on not being able to make an appointment for a friend of Tallmadge.
Ewing, General W. L. D. July 26, 1837 - Discussion of legislation regarding the Caledonia railroad before the Illinois legislature.
July 27, 1837 - More on land titles for Caledonia property.
April 23, 1838 - Comments on Tallmadge's failure to fulfill Caledonia contract.
June 29, 1838 - Request to forward two letters on Caledonia affairs.
July 24, 1838 - Letter envisioning great growth for Caledonia property.
Featherstonhaugh, G. W. December 20, 1838 - Letter of introduction.
Fisher, Redwood April 27, 1841 - Request for introduction to the president.
Flagg, A. C. December 28, 1833 - Request for friend of the Regency.
July 21, 1834 - Letter on mailing addresses of Democratic Congressmen to their constituents.
February 6, 1835 - Report on New York political attitudes.
February 15, 1835 - Matters concerning New York legislature.
Floyd, William March 14, 1812 - (to William Crosby) Letter from a signer of the Declaration of Independence on health problems.
June 20, 1817 - (to Benjamin Tallmadge) Letter concerning a land legacy.
Folden, Dudley June 19, 1939 - Discussion of necessity of having a convention select delegates to the Harrisburg convention.
Forsyth, John February 22, 1841 - Personal matter concerning a member of the State Department.
Frelinghuysen, Theodore March 17, 1842 Letter concerning a Revolutionary War widow's pension.
Gaines, E. P. February 12, 1840 - Presentation of a system for national defense.
March 26, 1840 - Request that defense plans not become a partisan matter.
January 28, 1841 - Further comments on his defense system.
Gales and Seaton March 27, 1837 - Notice concerning publication in the Globe.
February, 1839 - Authorization to Tallmadge to make statement in Gales' name against undisclosed bill.
Gales, Jo., Jr. February 18,1840-Apology for not having written.
Gardner, D. November 27, 1840 - Treatise on American law and polity.
Garland, Rice May, 1840 - Invitation to meet delegation of Baltimore Whigs.
Gibbs, W. Channing January 10, 1838 - Letter on patronage.
April 1, 1839 - Request to deliver two letters for him.
February 17, 1841 - Statement that Whig “revolution” could not have taken place without Tallmadge's efforts.
January 29, 1842 - Request for recommendation for his son.
Golden, John January 10, 1842 - Letter on currency matters.
Graham, John L. March 16, 1844 - Covering letter for missing enclosure.
Graves, William J. June, 1838 - Letter on patronage.
Greeley, Horace January 6, 1841 - Support for Tallmadge's position on currency and bankruptcy laws.
June 27, 1841 - Suggestion that differences between Clay and Tyler on the bank question can be compromised.
February 16, 1842 - Comments on New York patronage.
February 28, 1842 - Support for Tallmadge's fiscal bill.
August 13, 1842 - Agreement to publish Tallmadge's statement.
Green, Duff April 1, 1840 - Solicitation for subscription to the Pilot.
May 11, 1840 - Letter with copy of Text Book.
December 26, 1840 - Support for bill to abolish debtor's prison.
April 8, 1842 - Letter on Parisians' bad opinion of the United States.
Haddock, Charles November 17, 1841 - His thanks for an appointment.
Hall, Hiland July 21, 1840 - Request to address New York Whig group.
July 27, 1840 - Request to address Vermont Whig group.
Hall, J. Prescott February 1, 1834 - Letter concerning district attorneyship for W. Tallmadge.
Hall, William October 16, 1842 - Social invitation.
Hamilton, Alexander May 27, 1838 - Letter about meeting of New York City Whigs.
Hammond, Jabez D. April 27, 1836 - Comments on western appointments and Washington politics.
September 28, 1839 - Discussion of banking and financial affairs.
December 22, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
February 2, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
Hammond, Judah July 2, 1838 - Congratulations on defeat of independent treasury bill.
January 29, 1839 - Thanks for copy of a Rives speech.
Harrison, William H. February 22, 1840 - Thanks for Tallmadge's support in New York.
November 15, 1840 - Complaint that he will be too busy before the election to maintain his correspondence.
December 11, 1840 - Promise that he will do nothing about New York appointments until he sees Tallmadge.
Harvey, Jacob January 19, 1839 - Information on coal bill.
January 23, 1838 - Comments on bill for collection of customs.
January 30, 1839 - Further comments on coal bill.
Hasbrouck, Abraham B. April 30, 1840 - Letter of introduction.
June 21, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
Hearne, John B. May 1, 1834 - Request for copy of a speech.
Henley, G. W. February 23, 1834 - Request to hear Senate debate.
Hicks, Henry W. September 26, 1840 - Letter enclosing a letter from Rives to Hicks, Sept. 22, 1840.
Hoffman, Ogden October 23, 1838 - Request for copy of a report.
Hogan, William June 13, 1834 - Expression of hope that undisclosed bill concerning Hogan will be passed.
Holt, Charles August 10, 1842 - Refund of fee paid under sedition law.
April 3, 1844 - Request for fast action on pension bill.
Hoopes, Major A. June 22, 1840 - Letter with transcription about military affairs.
Hosack, D. August 30, 1835 - Illegible letter.
Hoskins, C. L. August 1, 1840 - (to J. C. Clark) Letter on local New York politics.
Hornblower, Joseph C. January 20, 1841 - Request for Navy chaplaincy.
Hoxie, Joseph March 12, 1838 - Desire to distribute election materials.
April 19, 1843 - Letter on patronage.
Hubbell, General Levi November 10, 1839 - Congratulations on election results.
November 16, 1839 - Statement that Tallmadge's views have been vindicated by election results.
November, 1839 - Covering letter for missing letter.
February 19, 1842 - Letter on patronage and politics in New York.
September 23, 1842 - Comments on national politics.
February 22, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
July 11, 1844 - Letter on mail service in Wisconsin Territory.
Hunt, H. P. September 19, 1842 - Illegible letter.
Huntington, J. W. October 10, 1842 - Report of political feelings among Connecticut Whigs.
Ingraham, J. H. June 15, 1841 - Desire for a foreign appointment.
Jackson, Andrew February 23, 1832 - Comments to New York group on Van Buren's appointment as minister to England.
December 20, 1836 - Order convening the Senate.
January 4, 1837 - Facsimile of response to Philadelphia group.
Jackson, M, M. December 16, 1844 - Report of plan to replace Tallmadge as territorial governor of Wisconsin.
Jacob, Z. October 25, 1844 - Letter about unexplained legal matter concerning Tallmadge.
Jenkins, Edward September 20, 1842 - Dissatisfaction with Tallmadge's failure to receive consideration from Virginia Whigs as vice-presidential candidate.
Jenkins, John T. December 12, 1834 - Presentation of gift.
Johnson, Reverdy November 16, 1839 - Illegible letter.
September 17, 1840 - Illegible letter.
October 9, 1840 - Illegible letter.
November 4, 1840 - Illegible letter.
November 11, 1840 - Illegible letter.
Johnson, Robert September 28, 1839 - Letter concerning accidental revocation of Tallmadge's franking privilege.
Johnson, William C. March 7, 1844 - Letter of introduction.
Jones, Thomas P. February 19, 1839 - Two letters to congressional committee on naval affairs about Sherwood's theories on magnetism.
Joy, Cyrus June 30, 1841 - Letter on appointment of chargé d'affaires to Texas.
January 28, 1842 - Inquiry on affairs in Oregon.
August 6, 1842 - Thanks for assistance in securing military discharge.
Judd, Stoddard August 28, 1846 - Letter calling in debts.
November 22, 1846 - Comments on extremism of the Wisconsin constitution.
November 29, 1846 - Further comments on the Wisconsin constitution.
December 16, 1846 - Letter with copy of the Wisconsin constitution.
March 10, 1847 - Regret that Tallmadge was unable to support the constitution apparently because of its banking clauses.
Kellogg, S. Wilson February 2, 1842 - Request to take Navy examination.
Kemper, Jackson June 17, 1845 - Desire to visit Tallmadge at Taychedah.
Kent, James January 13, 1835 - Receipt for documents sent by Tallmadge.
June 11, 1835 - Letter enclosing opinion on undisclosed matter.
February, 1835 - Envelope only.
January 25, 1842 - Unwillingness to comment publicly on the bankruptcy bill.
Kent, William September 20, 1836 - Disillusionment over investment in western lands.
Ketcham, Hiram October 4, 1841 - Comments on upcoming New York Whig convention.
King, Rufus November, 1838 - Election statistics from New York.
November, 1838 - Election statistics from New York.
July 1, 1840 - Illegible letter.
Lancaster, Joseph May 8, 1838 - Request to consider his innovative system of education.
Lawrence, James R. August 23, 1838 - Desire to distribute copies of speech by Tallmadge.
September 10, 1838 - Request for more copies.
November 24, 1838 - Comments on the effect of Abolitionists on the election.
February 18, 1839 - Expression of hope that rumors that Tallmadge will not stand for re-nomination are false.
February 3, 1844 - Comments on commerce and business.
Lawrence, William B. April 27, 1837 - Comments on commerce and politics.
Leavenworth, General Henry May 25, 1834 - Support for Tallmadge speech on public deposits.
Lee, Gideon November 7, 1838 - Election bet.
September 27, 1839 - Comments that Van Buren's re-election would mean overthrow of the political system.
March 4, 1840 - Comments on local feeling towards the Locofocos.
March 25, 1840 - Confidence in Whig victory.
May 5, 1840 - Confidence in Whig victory.
Lee, William E. January 3, 1842 - Plan for national bank enclosed.
Legaré, Hugh S. September 8, 1838 - Discussion of Legaré's prospects for re-election.
June 19, 1839 - Illegible letter.
July 6, 1839 - Illegible letter.
June 17, 1840 - Illegible letter.
April 8, 1841 - Illegible letter.
April 26, 1841 - Illegible letter.
December 29, 1841 - Illegible letter.
February 1, 1842 - Illegible letter.
May 11, 1842 - Illegible letter.
Lehtur, R.R. April 6, 1839 - Discussion of Calhoun's probable position in a cabinet under Clay.
Lester, C. Edwards October 15, 1843 - Desire for Congress to purchase Durraggio Library.
Lewenberg, Leon July 6, 1840 - Offer to build the Smithsonian telescope.
Lewis, Morgan May 10, 1836 - Inability to supply his father's autograph.
January 19, 1841 - Information for genealogy.
February 23, 1841 - Inability to assist in undisclosed matter in Ohio.
Luris, W. P. February 16, 1838 - Letter on Revolutionary War pension claims.
Lyons, James September 18, 1840 - Regret that Tallmadge cannot attend convention of Virginia Whigs.
McKeen, Levi January 6, 1839 - Comments on Burr plot.
McLean, John March 18, 1834 - Request for interview about New York affairs.
January 18, 1837 - Comments on New York politics.
February 24,1839- Comments on Virginia politics.
March 1, 1839 - Wishes to become a staff member of the Madisonian.
Macaulay, D. October 22, 1842 - Request for Tallmadge to forward letters.
MacKenzie, Alexander S. September 6, 1841 - Request for aid in gaining Navy promotion.
Macomb, Harriet B. April 5, 1841 - Request for assistance for impoverished minister.
Macy, John B. May 20, 1835 - Invitation to ride on Buffalo-Chicago steamer.
February 18, 1846 - News from Washington about Wisconsin.
Mangrum, W. P. December, 1842 - Asks Tallmadge to prevent Rives' resignation from foreign affairs committee.
Marcy, William L. April 30, 1832 - Request for opinion on reduction of tariffs.
December 31, 1833 - Comments on D. Tallmadge's qualifications for district attorney.
February 2, 1835 - Covering letter transmitting some New York resolutions.
February 11, 1835 - Covering letter on undisclosed New York matter.
Mercer, ? March 17, 1839 - Support for Tallmadge's position against Van Buren.
Monroe, James November 8, 1839 - Support for Tallmadge's position.
Murray, James B. March 21, 1844 - Comments on article critical of them in New York paper.
Naudain, Arnold August 30, 1836 - Wishes to be secretary to the Senate.
February 26, 1838 - Requests Tallmadge to forward a letter.
Naylor, Charles June, 1839 - Invitation to address Philadelphia Whigs.
November 1, 1840 - Confidence in Harrison's victory in Pennsylvania.
Nelson, Isaac October 13, 1836 - Comments on Indiana election.
Nelson, John December 9, 1843 - Opinion on Florida claims case.
Newton, A. E. September 17, 1860 - Promise to send package of tracts on spiritualism.
New York Clay Club February 7, 1842 - Invitation to address the group.
New York Citizens May 6, 1841 - Invitation to speak.
New York Democratic Republicans September, 1835 - Invitation to dinner for Richard M. Johnson.
July 4, 1837 - Support for Tallmadge's statement on the credit system.
New York Democratic Whig February 19, 1844 - Invitation to speak.
New York Senate February 1, 1842 - Resolution urging refund of 1815 fine against Jackson.
New York University July 6, 1835 - Invitation to speak.
Niles, N. May 18, 1841 - Comments on potential presidential candidates.
Noah, M. M. December 27, 1838 - Letter on patronage.
January 11, 1841 - Support for Tallmadge's position on the bankruptcy bill.
February 15, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
February 25, 1842 - Report of local support for exchequer bill.
April 21, 1842 - Opinion urging Tallmadge not to accept sections of the exchequer bill.
Nott, Eliphalet April, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
January 20, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
Nourse, Hiram April 24, 1842 - Contrasts European and American institutions.
Nowell, John June 14, 1842 - Request for assistance in securing Navy transfer.
Ogden, David B. March 5, 1842 - Letter of introduction.
March 4, 1845 - Request for aid to Ogden's son in Milwaukee.
Ogden, James August 26, 1842 - Letter about Ashburton dinner.
Onderdonk, Bishop November 4,1840-Covering letter for missing letter.
Owsley, William September 23, 1842 - Invitation from Whigs in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Palmer, J. Horsely June 25, 1842 - Request for personal interview.
Patterson, George W. February 28, 1840 - Strong support for Tallmadge's position.
Pendleton, Edmond H. January 21, 1833 - Comments on doctrine of nullification.
November 22, 1839 - Letter of introduction.
Pendleton, J. S. March 23, 1840 - Request for copies of Tallmadge speech.
Phelps, Samuel L. December 21, 1844 - Request that Tallmadge help clarify his position on 1842 tariff for Vermont voters.
January 31, 1845 - Thanks for assistance, with documents enclosed.
Philadelphia Democratic Whigs February 16, 1844 - Invitation to speak.
Porter, A. S. September 2, 1840 - Invitation to address Detroit group.
September 15, 1840 - Second invitation.
November 4, 1840 - Results of local elections in Michigan.
November 7, 1840 - Election results in Michigan.
September 11, 1844 - Mention of rumors that Tallmadge has renounced the Whig party.
Porter, James January 24, 1835 - Letter on New York patronage.
January 30, 1835 - Letter on patronage in New York and Florida.
June 23, 1837 - Letter on comments about Tallmadge in New York press.
Porter, General P. B. March 1, 1840 - Comments on Revolutionary War claims of Porter's sister.
Porter, Mrs. undated - Social invitation
Potter, P. July 9, 1840 - Comments on local politics around Poughkeepsie.
September 20, 1842 - Comments on investment opportunities in Milwaukee.
December 11, 1846 - Unfavorable comments on Wisconsin constitutional convention, suggesting it will be unacceptable to the foreign population.
October 15, 1847 - (Enclosed Eldridge to Potter, August 12, 1847) Comments on Taylor candidacy and the decline of party feeling.
Prentiss, Samuel November 13, 1839 - Letter of introduction.
Preston, William C. August, 1841 - Notice of foreign relations committee meeting called by Rives.
Proudfit, Dr. February 16, 1838 - Illegible letter.
Quin, William D. April 21, 1834 - Request for copy of a speech.
Raquet, Condy October 9, 1837 - Illegible note.
Randolph, J. T. June, 1839 - Comments on patronage.
November, 1830 - Illegible note.
Raymond, Daniel T. July 2, 1845 - Condolences on William Tallmadge's death.
Raymond, James T. May 17, 1836 - Mention of Tallmadge's financial affairs.
July 10, 1850 - Request for letter of introduction to Fillmore.
Recommendations 1821 - Letters for Tallmadge's candidacy as postmaster of Poughkeepsie. (Copies)
Reed, Charles July 2, 1844 - Invitation to travel on a Buffalo steamship.
Reid, Anna undated - Encloses poem.
Reynolds, J.N. January 16, 1842 - Comments on the bankruptcy bill.
Ridgeway, J. August 4, 1840 - Letter of introduction.
Riker, Richard June 28, 1838 - Suggestion that New York Custom House should be investigated for corruption.
January 2, 1839 - Thanks for Tallmadge's intervention in post office matter.
Riley, Colonel B. April 16, 1844 - Correction of information on Army bill.
Ritchie, Thomas January 19, 1841 - Payment of election bet.
February 1, 1841 -Payment of debt and assurance of no ill feeling toward Tallmadge.
Rives, William Cabell April 25, 1834 - Comments on deposit issue.
December 16, 1834 - Encloses information on French treaty.
January 9, 1835 - Encloses letter of the same date, Rives to Van Buren, on French treaty.
January 26, 1835 - Further comments on Clay's report on French treaty.
October 29, 1835 - Comments on minister allegedly dismissed for political reasons.
August 15, 1838 - Comments on Van Buren's visit to Virginia.
September 7, 1838 - Request to forward letter to General Tallmadge.
October 8, 1838 - Expression of confidence in Whig principles.
April 11, 1838 - Invitation to attend dinner in Virginia for Rives.
May 25, 1839 - Comments on conservative gains in Virginia.
July 29, 1839 - Comments on Virginia elections and Van Buren's independent treasury bill.
September 29, 1839 - Comments on Clay's and Harrison's candidacies.
November 15, 1839 - Congratulations on Whig victory.
February 5, 1840 - Comments on national election.
September 4, 1840 - Comments on upcoming conservative convention.
November 2, 1840 - Letter on Rives' visit to Poughkeepsie.
November 7, 1840 - Letter anticipating his arrival in New York.
April 6, 1841 - Suggestion that Tyler will be open to communication with Tallmadge.
Rix, James August 1, 1834 - Request for copy of a speech.
Romeyer, H. M. November 3, 1838 - Comments on local New York elections.
Rood, Orlin May 1, 1844 - Deposition to carry United States mail.
Root, Erastus June 16, 1836 - Illegible letter.
March 23, 1838 - Illegible letter.
June 6, 1838 - Illegible letter.
October 16, 1839 - Illegible letter.
November 27, 1839 - Illegible letter.
May 28, 1840 - Illegible letter.
June 10, 1840 - Illegible letter.
August 3, 1840 - Illegible letter.
Ruggles, Charles February 13, 1834 - Illegible letter.
February 21, 1834 - Illegible letter.
March 21, 1834 - Illegible letter.
Ruggles, Samuel B. February 4, 1834 - Letter of introduction.
February 4, 1834 - Letter of introduction and comments about Tallmadge's female admirers.
December 20, 1834 - Illegible letter.
December 28, 1834 - Illegible letter.
March 17, 1838 - Illegible letter.
June 30, 1838 - Illegible letter.
December 17, 1838 - Discussion of internal improvements, including railroads and canals.
December 18, 1838 - Letter of introduction.
December 19, 1838 - Comments on Amerigo Vespucci.
April 30, 1841 - Illegible letter.
Russell, David November 16, 1839 - Report of good prospects in New York election.
Rutgers College December 10, 1841 - Invitation to speak.
Sandford, Edward December 15, 1837 - Answer to Tallmadge's inquiry about history of Locofocism in New York.
Schoolcraft, James S. December 28, 1833 - Request for assistance in gaining position as Army sutler.
Scott, Thomas December 27, 1834 - Illegible letter.
Scott, Winfield 1839 - Social invitation.
August, 1842 - Social invitation.
Sergeant, John June 22, 1840 - Comments on independent treasury bill and its effect on politics.
Seward, William H. January 20, 1838 - Letter on patronage.
March 14, 1838 - Comments on independent treasury bill and its effect on politics.
November 14, 1838 - Thanks and congratulations to Tallmadge on election results.
December 3, 1838 - Letter on patronage and a personal gift from Tallmadge.
January 29, 1839 - Discussion of several political issues in New York.
February 1, 1839 - Congratulations on support Tallmadge received from New York Whig legislative caucus.
October 14, 1839 - Warning against developing a controversy with the Argus.
January 29, 1840 - Mention of New York Whig convention, and Tallmadge's failure to vote on sub-treasury bill.
February 13, 1840 - Illegible letter.
March 15, 1840 - Comments on banking and currency issues.
April 18, 1840 - Comments on Whigs and internal improvements.
May 20, 1840 - Letter on patronage.
July 2, 1840 - Comments on young Whigs' convention.
November 26, 1840 - Letter on pension matter.
December 1, 1840 - Comments on Van Buren.
January 20, 1841 - Illegible letter.
February 11, 1841 - Illegible letter.
May 10, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
July 19, 1841 - Letter on patronage and the McLeod affair.
August 1, 1841 - Letter on state loan bill.
August 6, 1841 - Discussion of New York land bill.
February 11, 1842 - Letter on undisclosed New York matter mentioned in Tallmadge's letter.
March 1, 1842 - Letter on exchequer bill and the Whigs' opinion of Tyler.
January 15, 1862 - Thank you note for undisclosed matter.
Shepherd, Zebulon R. July 10, 1840 - Letter on Tallmadge's visit to New York and comments on the Whig campaign.
Sherman, Roger March 15, 1842 - Comments on exchequer bill.
December 6, 1842 - Comments on exchequer bill.
December 13, 1842 - Comments on exchequer bill.
Sherwood, H. H. August, 1838 - Letter on his astronomical observations.
March 22, 1839 - Acknowledgement of receipt of packages from Tallmadge.
Smith, Francis, O. J. October 21, 1839 - Letter on patronage.
July 27, 1840 - Report of conservative gains in Maine.
August 6, 1840 - Illegible letter.
August 12, 1840 - Letter of introduction.
Smith, O. H. July 30, 1840 - Comments on campaign in Indiana.
August 6, 1840 - Results of election in Indiana.
August 7, 1840 - Comments on election in Indiana.
September 15, 1840 - Further comments on the election.
September 29, 1840 - Statement of confidence that Harrison will win.
Smith, S. F. January 15, 1842 - Comments on discussion with Harrison concerning his cabinet, including mention of Tallmadge as Navy secretary.
Snethen, Worthington November 19, 1840 - Comments on the election of Harrison.
Southard, Samuel L. April 3, 1836 - Comments on Navy bill.
September 10, 1836 - Letter on patronage.
Southport Council (Kenosha, Wis.) June 29, 1843 - Invitation to speak.
Southwick, Solomon February 7, 1839 - Letter with articles for publication in the Madisonian.
February 7, 1839 - Letter on anti-Tallmadge campaign in New York.
Spencer, Ambrose December 1, 1838 - Comments on Tallmadge's chances for re-election.
February 9, 1839 - Letter on patronage in New York.
February 18, 1839 - Comments on the New York legislature.
January 16, 1840 - Congratulations on his re-election.
November 28, 1840 - Letter of introduction.
January 16, 1841 - Comments on attempt to influence Harrison against New York Whigs.
February 9, 1841 - Letter concerning Spencer's son's Navy promotion.
March 4, 1841 - Comments on Van Buren's influence on the above matter.
June 24, 1841 - Comments on 1841 congressional session.
November 26, 1841 - Comments on the Caroline affair.
March 1, 1842 - Support for Tallmadge's report on exchequer bill.
December 9, 1843 - Comments on the president's policy toward Mexico.
January 2, 1844 - Comments on Tallmadge's acceptance of a judgeship.
January 9, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
January 22, 1844 - Comments on Clay's support.
February 9, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
March 18, 1844 - Letter on patronage.
March 23, 1844 - Letter about Tyler's action on behalf of the Texas treaty.
May 31, 1844 - Request for documents on the Texas treaty.
Spencer, J. C. January 13, 1840 - Inquiry about black children in public schools.
January 28, 1841 - Request for Tallmadge to deliver letter.
August 21, 1841 - Comment on sale of public lands in New York.
June 1, 1843 - Refusal to comment on removal of New York political appointee.
March 20, 1844 - Social invitation.
April 23, 1844 - Social invitation.
April 24, 1844 - Request that patronage matter remain confidential.
April 21, 1845 - Expression of willingness to take Tallmadge's son into his law office.
undated - Comments on unnamed judge.
Stebbins, Charles February 19, 1834 - Reaction of New York banker to Jackson's bank war.
Stevens, Samuel November 15, 1839 - Desire to discuss their candidate for the presidency.
Stewart, Charles October 27, 1860 - Comments on his search in Tallmadge's behalf for old newspapers.
Stilwell, Silas April 30, 1842 - Inquiry about services he can render for Tallmadge.
May 6, 1842 - Comments on his financial embarrassments.
Stockholm, D. H. January 20, 1842 - Suggestions on bill to establish a government fiscal agency.
Stockton, R.F. September 26, 1840 -Comments on New Jersey politics.
February 28, 1844 - Invitation to attend dinner on a ship which later exploded, killing Abel Upshur.
Stone, William L. November 15, 1838 - Illegible letter.
November, 1840 - Illegible letter.
February 10, 1841 - Illegible letter.
April 17, 1841 - Illegible letter.
Storrs, William C. December 8, 1837 - Request for copy of a report by the Navy secretary.
Strong, William K. January 8, 1844 - Opinions on New York Whig politics and Millard Fillmore.
February 11, 1844 - Comments on Abolitionists, Clay, and New York politics.
Sutherland, J. B. June 24, 1833 - Illegible letter.
November 10, 1840 - Illegible letter.
November 11, 1840 - Illegible letter.
November, 1840 - Illegible letter.
Sutherland, Thomas March 8, 1844 - Covering letter for Orlin Rood Thomas deposition.
Swartwout, Samuel December 20, 1833 - Letter of introduction.
January 5, 1835 - Letter on appointments.
October 6, 1836 - Letter of introduction.
January 11, 1838 - Illegible letter.
Swift, J. G. April 20, 1842 - Expression of desire to re-enter government service without political affiliations.
May 12, 1842 - Letter about a discussion with the president on fiscal matters.
August 9, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
Syracuse Clay Club February 21, 1844 - Notice of Tallmadge's election as an honorary member.
Tallmadge, Daniel B. February 4, 1839 - Letter on newspaper support for Whigs in New York.
March 22, 1840 - Letter on bankruptcy bill.
May 14, 1840-Comments on New York press and politics.
September 11, 1841 - Comments on Tyler administration.
February 12, 1842 - Letter on nomination of Washington Irving as minister to Spain.
February 26, 1842 - Expression of fear that the treasury bill will not restore the old credit system.
March 21, 1842 - Letter on the Creole case.
June 26, 1845 - Condolences on William Tallmadge's death.
undated - Exposition of the Caroline affair.
Tallmadge, H. F. May 27, 1836 - Comment on his search for a William Floyd autograph.
June 21, 1836 - Letter with two Floyd letters.
Tallmadge, James September 6, 1832 - (to John Crary) Opinions on anti-masonry, the tariff, the Maysville Road veto, and the bank war.
Tallmadge, M. M. January 1, 1835 - Support for Tallmadge's position on the bank war.
February 16, 1836 - Support for Tallmadge's “public patriotism.”
Thompson, Smith March 1, 1839 - Request for copy of a memorial on sugar production.
March, 1842 - Covering letter for undisclosed letter.
Thompson, General “Waddy” March 6, 1842 - Approval of Tallmadge's report on a governmental fiscal agent.
Throop, Enos T. December 25, 1833 - Notice of inability to assist in patronage for Tallmadge's brother.
March 14, 1836 - Comments on the bill to extend credit to custom houses.
Tibbits, George February 23, 1835 - Covering letter for resolution from residents of Troy, New York.
October 11, 1839 - Expression of a desire to talk with Tallmadge.
June, 1841 - Comments on tariff bill.
February 5, 1842 - Comments on wool schedules of the tariff bill.
February 28, 1842 - Approval of Tallmadge's report on the exchequer.
August 9, 1842 - Letter approving anticipated presidential veto of tariff bill.
August 14, 1842 - Opinion on another tariff bill.
August 20, 1842 - Further opinions on the same tariff bill.
Toland, George W. September 10, 1840 - Comments on Harrison's prospects in Philadelphia.
October 19, 1840 - Further comments on the election.
Tyler, John August 17, 1842 - Letter on patronage in the Treasury Department.
November 7, 1844 - Letter indicating hope that Tallmadge can quell political strife in Wisconsin; anticipation of his retirement.
Unidentified January 18, 1842 - Covering letter for plan for a national bank.
January 1842 - Comments on treasury bill.
March 7, 1842 - Comments on treasury bill.
April 4, 1842 - Covering letter from New York Whigs to Clay.
November 7, 1842 - Comments on currency bill.
January 11, 1843 - Comments on bankruptcy bill.
September 16, 1860 - Comments on the political situation from a Tennesseean.
September 29, 1860 - Acknowledgement of a letter from Tallmadge apparently on behalf of a Unitarian Society.
Upshur, Abel January 10, 1844 - Social invitation.
Van Alen, J. H. August 25, 1842 - Discussion of importance of the tariff issue in Whig politics.
Van Buren, Martin March 14, 1832 - Reply to message from New York legislators.
February 18, 1833 - Invitation for a trip.
February 19, 1833 - Notice that Senate will not meet as prearranged.
November 16, 1833 - Comments about Tallmadge's arrival in Washington.
November 19, 1833 - Mention of Tallmadge's Senate seat.
November 16, 1834 - Congratulations on Tallmadge's stand on undisclosed matter.
November 22, 1835 - Suggestion that the Senate is prepared to adopt Tallmadge's report on undisclosed matter.
February 14, 1837 - Comments on the situation with Mexico.
January 6, 1841 - Message convening Congress.
Vance, Joseph March 25, 1842 - Opinion of Ohio Whigs on Tallmadge's report on exchequer bill.
Van Cortland, General Pierre June 11, 1839 - Suggestion that New York should soon select delegates to the Harrisburg convention.
February 1, 1841 - Request for government historian to do Van Cortland genealogy.
March 8, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
March 23, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
Van Ness, Jacob February 27, 1821- Comments on politics in Dutchess County, New York.
Van Ness, John P. October 19, 1841 - Letter of introduction.
Van Rensselaer, Henry September 2, 1840 - Disappointment that Tallmadge will not visit his county before the election.
Van Schoonhoven, J. October 3, 1836 - Comments on Tallmadge's financial affairs.
Van Schoonhoven, William June 19, 1834 - Letter concerning a court matter.
Van Wyck, Theodore W. February 24, 1821 - Letter on Tallmadge's appointment as postmaster of Poughkeepsie.
Vinelli, Lewis W. January 13, 1837 - Letter about his effort to introduce silk worm culture in the United States.
March 1, 1837 - Letter in French about the silk worm culture.
Vosbury, D. W. April 21, 1847 - Reaction to Tallmadge speech opposing the Wisconsin constitution.
Waldo and Jewett December 19, 1833 - Letter about a portrait of Tallmadge.
December 23, 1833 - Letter about a portrait of Tallmadge.
July 21, 1834 - Letter about a portrait of Tallmadge.
July 28, 1834 - Letter about a portrait of Tallmadge.
Waterman, Thomas S. September 29, 1839 - Comments on the approaching Syracuse convention.
Watson, E. May 20, 1840 - Comments on internal improvements in New York.
May 30, 1840- Comments on trade and commerce.
Webb, James Watson November, 1838 - Illegible letter.
January 8, 1839 - Letter on Tallmadge's re-election to the Senate.
January, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
February 10, 1841 - Letter on patronage.
February 17, 1841 - Letter about the slander of Tallmadge in the New York press.
February, 1841 - Acknowledgment of receipt of a letter.
Webster, Daniel May 31, 1841 - Social invitation.
August 27, 1841 - Social invitation.
August 23, 1842-Social invitation.
Weed, Thurlow December 17, 1837 - Comments indicating hope that Whigs will triumph in New York.
January 9, 1838 - Illegible letter.
March 13, 1838 - Illegible letter.
April 11, 1838 - Illegible letter.
July 18, 1838 - Illegible letter.
November, 1838 - Illegible letter.
December 2, 1838 - Illegible letter.
February 10, 1839 - Illegible letter.
February 16, 1839 - Illegible letter.
September 27, 1839 - Report on election progress in New York.
September 28, 1839 - Illegible letter.
October 15, 1839 - Illegible letter.
November 7, 1839 - Early election results from New York.
November 9, 1839 - Illegible letter.
November 10, 1839 - Illegible letter.
November, 1839 - Illegible letter.
March 15, 1840 - Illegible letter.
April 14, 1840 - Letter on defense spending.
April 18, 1840 - Illegible letter.
April 20, 1840 - Illegible letter.
July 1, 1840 - Illegible letter.
January 31, 1841 - Plans for special session of the New York legislature.
July 15, 1841 - Letter on the Caroline affair.
September 2, 1841 - Illegible letter.
September 5, 1841 - Illegible letter.
August 14, 1842 - Comments on necessity of a tariff.
January 22, 1843 - Comments on Weed's financial condition.
January 8, 1844 - Illegible letter.
West Point Corps of Cadets July 4, 1835 - Invitation to dinner.
Wetmore, Robert C. January 29, 1838 - (from an unidentified correspondent) Letter on Tallmadge's re-nomination to the Senate.
February 1, 1839 - The above letter enclosed with his comments.
Wheatley, Homer May 24, 1841 - (to Henry Conkling) Letter about a land exchange between Doty and Tallmadge.
White, Alfred T. April 12, 1840 - Letter on problems of the Whig press in Indiana.
White, Thomas W. September 22, 1840 - Report of fire in a supporter's newspaper office in Washington.
October 20, 1840 - Comments on article in Ritchie's paper.
November 21, 1840 - Further comments on Ritchie's paper.
Whitney, R. M. November 12, 1838 - Congratulations on election results in New York.
March 16, 1839 - News from Washington.
Williams, M. T. December 9, 1837 - Letter of introduction.
Williston, C. Fenimore April 14, 1836 - Request for assistance from an autograph collector.
Wilson, James October 13, 1840 - Comments on New Hampshire politics.
November 13, 1841 - Comments on Doty's treaty with the Indians.
Wise, Henry A. October 4, 1840 - Comments on his campaign on behalf of Virginia Whigs.
Woodbridge, William October 25, 1842 - Comments on Michigan election.
Woodbury, Levi September 12, 1836 - Letter on selecting another New York bank as a holder of public deposits.
Wool, John E. September 12, 1836 - (written by Mrs. Wool) Letter about a debt owed by Wool to the Dutchess County Bank.
October 6, 1838 - Comments on his campaign in Georgia.
November 20, 1836 - Statement correcting his position on his assignment in the Indian Territory.
November 25, 1836 - Further comments on his treatment by the War Department.
December 19, 1836 - Request for a letter to support his claim against the War Department.
January 7, 1837 - Further comments on the above.
April 22, 1838 - Further comments on his “outrageous treatment.”
January 7, 1841 - Discussion of pay in the Army.
August 16, 1841 - Request for Tallmadge to expedite his promotion.
January 28, 1842 - Inability to assist Tallmadge in a financial matter.
February 12, 1842 - Further comments on his promotion.
February 25, 1842 - Hesitant promise to assist Tallmadge in a financial matter.
March 4, 1842 - Letter on their mutual financial agreement.
Worth, G. A. September 18, 1837 - Comments on sub-treasury bill.
Worth, W. I. October 10, 1839 - Illegible note.
Wright, Silas January 27, 1833 - Comments on Calhoun.
March 7, 1833 - Notice that he will discuss an undisclosed issue with Tallmadge personally.
March 15, 1833 - Comments on their meeting and Wright's desire to marry.
November 8, 1833 - Advice on moving to Washington, D.C.
July 20, 1834 - Discussion of Hudson River appropriations.
July 21, 1834 - Further discussion of the above issue.
October 26, 1834 - Further discussion of the above issue.
April 15, 1835 - Discussion of a personal matter.
May 24, 1835 - Comments on the Democratic convention.
June 2, 1835 - Comments on the convention.
October 15, 1844 - Letter of introduction.
Wyer, Edward November 19, 1837 - Support for Tallmadge's position on sub-treasury bill.
September 24, 1838 - Inquiry about Tallmadge's lodging in Washington, D.C.
Yates, J. B. March 9, 1836 - Thanks for receipt of speeches.
May 6, 1836 - Comments on government financial policy.

Outgoing Correspondence, 1821-1859
Allen, John W. May 28, 1849 - Letter about Tallmadge's effort to secure a post in the Taylor administration.
Bailey, Theodorus February 28, 1821 - Letter on Tallmadge's appointment as postmaster of Poughkeepsie.
Bates, Barnabus August 3, 1852 - Discussion of spiritualism.
Bradish, Luther April 15, 1842 - Letter on patronage.
Burrows, Latham June 7, 1842 - Inquiry about Wright's 1824 opinion on direct election of the president.
Corning, Erastus December 25, 1834 - Letter concerning a contract to carry mail on railroads.
Cushman, John P. July, 1834 - Letter on internal improvements in New York.
Davis, John November 20, 1840 - Letter on Tallmadge's unwillingness to be treasury secretary.
Doty, James Duane (ex. James Duane Doty Papers) May 15, 1842 - Expression of Tallmadge's desire to visit Wisconsin.
August 18, 1842 - Letter about their financial dealings.
October 12, 1842 - Comments on interview with Tyler about Doty and Wisconsin affairs.
May 5, 1844 - Letter on Tallmadge's appointment as territorial governor of Wisconsin.
Editor, Albany Argus June 6, 1837 - Letter to correct Tallmadge's earlier statement about the issue of small currency.
Editor, New York Evening Post June 6, 1837 - Comments on sale of public lands & currency bill.
Editor, Spiritual Christian January 22, 1859 - Criticism of Arcany of Christianity.
Eldridge, N. T. June 17, 1846 - Discussion of legal matter.
Gilpin, Henry June 23, 1834 - Covering letter enclosing documents.
Jenkins, John December 15, 1834 - Thanks for gift.
Kendall, Amos October 7, 1839 - Letter on postmasters' misdemeanors.
Lawrence, John L. May 8, 1841 - Acceptance of speaking invitation in New York City.
Leavenworth, General H. June 28, 1834 - Acknowledgement of receipt of a letter.
Marcy, W. L. November 22, 1823 - Letter on undisclosed matter from Tallmadge's early legal practice.
New York Council February 23, 1839 - Thanks to New York Whigs for resolution of support, and expanded comments on banking questions.
New York Democratic Republicans July 15, 1837 - Thanks for their support.
Riker, Richard March 28, 1838 - Opinion on independent treasury bill.
Ritchie, Thomas January 7, 1841 - Discussion of their election bet.
Tallmadge, Isaac November 22, 1850 - Promissory note.
Tallmadge, William (ex. William Tallmadge Papers) April 5, 1834 - Comments on local post office matter.
January 24, 1839 - Acknowledgment of his subscription to the Madisonian.
November 16, 1841-Comments on investment in Wisconsin.
February 26, 1842 - Letter on financing of investments.
April 28, 1842 - Further comments on finances.
August 19, 1842 - Further comments on finances.
February 20, 1843 - Further comments on finances.
March 19, 1843 - Further comments on finances.
December 26, 1843-Further comments on finances.
January 14, 1844 - Brief comments acknowledging a letter.
1844 - Taychedah, Wisconsin, financial report.
February 16, 1845 - Description of western travel and a gala in Madison, Wisconsin.
Tyler, John August 13, 1841 - Draft of letter on bank bill.
September 7, 1841 - Letter urging acceptance of several measures.
August 7, 1842 - Opinion of tariff bill.
February 14, 1843 - Covering letter for Wisconsin petition.
Weed, Thurlow November 30, 1840 - Indication of desire to meet with Weed about electoral matters.
Wilkins, William January 27, 1845 - Covering letter for petition.

Speeches and Writings, 1835-1853
February 8, 1835 (In the Globe of April 26, 1837) Speech relating to John C. Calhoun's bill to repeal the Four Years' law, and the power of removal from office.
post 1837 Unpublished draft of an article, “Ex-Governor March and his Acquivocal Veracity.”
February 8, 1838 (In the Madisonian, 1838, undated) Speech in reply to Mr. Hubbard on supposed bank influence on New York elections.
August 13, 1841 Draft reply to Silas Wright regarding appropriation of proceeds from sale of public lands for national defense.
June 4, 1842 Draft and printed copy of reply to Wright regard- ing bill on single congressional districts.
circa 1842 Reply to Thomas Hart Benton on bill to repeal the bankruptcy law.
January 6, 1845 Speech before the Wisconsin territorial legislature.
1853 “Communication from Governor Tallmadge,” an appendix in Spiritualism by John W. Edmonds and George T. Dexter.