In this letter, Cardinal Gibbons offers to write to a letter on the correspondent's behalf. "...if she informs you that a letter from me to her husband will be of service to (your?) sister, I will gladly write to him for your + her sake."
Madison, James, 1751-1836; United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison); Letters
In this letter, written in dr brown ink on beige paper, Madison approves Jarvis' request, but reminds him that governments do not always run smoothly and therefore it would be wise to exercise patience in the future.
In this letter addressed to General Badeau (likely General Adam Badeau) Froude thanks him for his interest in "my skirmish with Freeman" referencing a disagreement Froude had with fellow historian Edward A. Freeman.