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11 Anmours, Charles François, Chevalier d’ Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from D’Anmours, 25 October 1780 1780-10-25 It will appear to you very strange that I should Communicate You Pollitical news from this place,...
12 Anmours, Charles François, Chevalier d’ Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from D’Anmours, with a Memorial on … 1779-11-07 I have the honor of informing your Excellency and the honourable the House of Assembly that...
13 Anmours, Charles François, Chevalier d’ Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from D’Anmours, 18 November 1780 1780-11-18 I have the honour to Acquaint your Excellency with a Piece of intelligence, Which if true Can not...
14 Anmours, Charles François, Chevalier d’ Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from D’Anmours, 27 February 1782 1782-02-27 The Bearer hereof is Col. Ternan of armand’s Legion. As an intimate friend of mine, I beg leave...
15 Arbuckle, James Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James Arbuckle, 22 December … 1780-12-22 Looking upon it a duty I owe to the Publick, have taken the liberty to inform your Excellency the...
16 Archer, Edward Jefferson, Thomas [To Thomas Jefferson from Edward? Archer, 3 January … 1781-01-03 [ Swan’s Point, 3 Jan. 1781. The 1816 version of TJ’s Diary of Arnold’s Invasion (Document I in...
17 Armistead, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Armistead, 20 May 1780 1780-05-20 Williamsburg, 20 May 1780. Submitting his resignation as “Commissioner of Loans for the States”...
18 Armistead, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Armistead, 20 January … 1781-01-20 Present State of the Shoemaking business under Mr. Mathew Anderson. No materials on hand to carry...
19 Avery, Isaac Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Isaac Avery, 16 March 1781 1781-03-16 I have always considered it my duty, while holding an Office civil or military, to render the...
20 Ballendine, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Ballendine, 28 February … 1781-02-28 As the late unfortunate sufferings by the Enemy, is rather discouraging for an individual to risk...