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1 Jefferson, Thomas Zane, Isaac From Thomas Jefferson to Isaac Zane, [ca. 1773–1778] … 1773-01-01 You must give me leave to return you the inclosed, as I have laid aside the distressing trade of...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Memorandum Books, 1775 1775-01-01 Jan. 2. Elias Wells v. Higgins 2. Cav. v. Thompkins v. C. Tompkins. See Apr. 18. 1774. Pl....
3 Jefferson, Thomas Hazard, Ebenezer From Thomas Jefferson to Ebenezer Hazard, 30 April 1775 1775-04-30 Your letter of Aug. 23. 1774 and Proposals for collecting and publishing the American state...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Small, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Small, 7 May 1775 1775-05-07 I had the pleasure by a gentleman who saw you at Birmingham to hear of your welfare. By Capt....
5 Franklin, Benjamin Jefferson’s Annotated Copy of Franklin’s Proposed … 1775-06-01 Articles of confederation and perpetual Union proposed by the delegates of the several colonies...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Financial and Military Estimates for Continental … 1775-06-01 souls dollars New Hampshire 100,000 82,713 2 Massachusets 350,000 289,496 Rhode island 58,000...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Tucker, St. George From Thomas Jefferson to St. George Tucker, 10 June … 1775-06-10 I am to acknoledge the receipt of your letter, and to scribble a line in answer, being just in...
8 Jefferson, Thomas I. Jefferson’s Composition Draft, 26 June–6 July 1775 1775-06-26 The large strides < advances > of late taken by the legislature of Great Britain towards...
9 Jefferson, Thomas II. Jefferson’s Fair Copy for the Committee, 26 June–6 … 1775-06-26 < We > A Declaration < of > by the representatives of the United colonies of America now sitting...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 26 June 1775 1775-06-26 You will before this have heard that the war is now heartily entered into, without a prospect of...
11 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 4 July 1775 1775-07-04 Since my last, nothing new has happened. Our accounts of the battle of Charleston have become...
12 Jefferson, Thomas Gilmer, George From Thomas Jefferson to George Gilmer, [5 July 1775] 1775-07-05 The battle of Charlestown I expect you have heard, but perhaps not so as you may depend on. The...
13 Henry, Patrick Randolph, Peyton From Thomas Jefferson to the President of the Virginia … 1775-07-11 The continued sitting of Congress prevents us from attending our colony Convention: but, directed...
14 Jefferson, Thomas I. Jefferson’s Draft Resolutions, [25 July 1775] 1775-07-25 The Congress proceeding to take into their consideration a resolution of the House of Commons of...
15 Henry, Patrick Inhabitants West of Laurel Hill Virginia and Pennsylvania Delegates in Congress to the … 1775-07-25 It gives us much concern to find that disturbances have arisen and still continue among you...
16 Lee, Richard Henry Washington, George From the Virginia Delegates in Congress to George … 1775-07-26 With the most cordial warmth we recommend our Countryman Mr. Edmund Randolph to your patronage...
17 Jefferson, Thomas Election Tally for the Virginia Committee of Safety … 1775-08-17 MS ( Vi : Third Virginia Convention, Loose Papers); probably in an unidentified hand in part,...
18 Jefferson, Thomas Randolph, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Randolph, 25 August 1775 1775-08-25 I received your message by Mr. Braxton and immediately gave him an order on the Treasurer for the...
19 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 10 October 1775 1775-10-10 I wrote to Patty on my arrival here, and there being then nothing new in the political way I...
20 Jefferson, Thomas Memoranda on the Connecticut-Pennsylvania Boundary … 1775-10-17 Connecticut is bounded Westward 1. by the N. W. line of Virginia. 2. by the Proviso in the...
21 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 24 October 1775 1775-10-24 Since my last, we have nothing new from England or from the camps at either Cambridge or St....
22 Jefferson, Thomas Page, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Page, 31 October 1775 1775-10-31 We have nothing new from England or the camp before Boston. By a private letter this day to a...
23 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 7 November 1775 1775-11-07 We have no late intelligence here except of the surrender of Chambly, with 90. prisoners of war,...
24 Jefferson, Thomas Eppes, Francis From Thomas Jefferson to Francis Eppes, 21 November … 1775-11-21 After sealing my last letter to you we received an account of the capture of St. John’s which I...
25 Jefferson, Thomas Randolph, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Randolph, 29 November … 1775-11-29 I am to give you the melancholy intelligence of the death of our most worthy Speaker which...
26 Jefferson, Thomas Page, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Page, [ca. 10 December … 1775-12-10 De rebus novis, ita est. One of our armed vessels has taken an English storeship coming with all...
27 Jefferson, Thomas Memorandum concerning British Forts in the West, 1776 1776-01-01 there is a bar off Presque isle which prevents large vessels coming near the shore. distance from...
28 Jefferson, Thomas Militia Return as County Lieutenant, 1776 1776-01-01 Capt Orl[ando] Jeremiah Nichols Clear Jones’s Company Ice-and Snow Clear Joshua Fry Clear 15....
29 Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson’s Militia Return as County Lieutenant, [ca. … 1776-01-01 [ Albemarle, ca. 1776 ] A tabulated return in six columns giving names and numbers of captains,...
30 Jefferson, Thomas Memorandum Books, 1776 1776-01-01 Jan. 1. Pd. entertt. at Ewens’s 15/7½. Pd. ferrge. at do. 13/1½. 2. Pd. lodging, dinner &c. at...