The Hon. James Edward Madison (19 July 1757 - 8 October 1802) was the fourth President-General of the United Provinces of America.
Madison was the second leader of the Tory Party of America, succeeding Sir Daniel Worthington in 1791.
Madison became the first Tory President-General in June, 1796.
| Preceded by:|
Sir Henry Stangate
President-General of the UPA
| Succeeded by:|
Sir Jeremy Grant