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1 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 1 June 1780 1780-06-01 I send you by Col. Digges (the first opportunity which has occurred) Mr. Wythe’s and my arguments...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 27 November … 1783-11-27 [ Annapolis, 27 Nov. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “W. Short. Foreign arrangement— Shelton’s...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 19 December … 1783-12-19 [ Annapolis, 19 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “W. Short. 1st. hope desperate—2d doubtful—to...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 29 December … 1783-12-29 [ Annapolis, 29 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL under this date, immediately following entry for...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 18 January … 1784-01-18 [ Annapolis, 18 Jan. 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Short. P. C. [Peter Carr] disapproving...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 1 March 1784 1784-03-01 I am sorry my letter found you so much indisposed, and still more so that it should have added to...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 9 March 1784] 1784-03-09 [ Annapolis, 9 Mch. 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Wm. Short. European news—Philada. station.” Not...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 18 March 1784] 1784-03-18 [ Annapolis, 18 Mch. 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “W. Short. Affair with Gilliam.” Not found, but...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 16 April 1784] 1784-04-16 [ Annapolis, 16 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “Wrote answer W. Short to be num[quam] non...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short (Extract), [30 … 1784-04-30 Whether Congress will keep ministers abroad is still undecided. A disposition however seems to...
11 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William [From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 7 May 1784] 1784-05-07 [ Annapolis, 7 May 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Short. In cypher.” Not found.]
12 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 7 May 1784 1784-05-07 Since the departure of the post an event has taken place which obliges me to send this by express...
13 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 2 April 1785 1785-04-02 I inclose you a letter from l’Orient. When are we to see you? Your letters leave us in doubt...
14 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 30 April 1785 1785-04-30 Another packet is arrived which sailed from N. York the 22d. of March. As yet we have only a few...
15 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 2 May 1785 1785-05-02 By your servant I inclose you a bill of the Caisse d’escomte for two hundred livres. We have...
16 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 28 June 1785 1785-06-28 I must beg a thousand pardons for not having sooner answered your kind enquiries after Patsy’s...
17 American Commissioners Short, William American Commissioners to William Short, [27 July 1785] 1785-07-27 A Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States of America and his majesty the K. of P....
18 American Commissioners Short, William The American Commissioners to William Short, 5 August … 1785-08-05 A Treaty of Amity & Commerce between the United States of America & his Majesty the King of...
19 Adams, John Short, William From John Adams to William Short, 30 August 1785 1785-08-30 I have received your Favour of the 23. and I hope e’er this time the Baron has received Orders to...
20 Jefferson, Thomas Dumas, Charles William Frederick From Thomas Jefferson to C. W. F. Dumas and William … 1785-09-01 I have been duly honoured with the receipt of your separate letters of Aug. 23. and should sooner...
21 Adams, John Dumas, C. W. F. From John Adams to C. W. F. Dumas and William Short, 11 … 1785-09-11 I have rec d. from M r: Jefferson a copy of his letter to you of the 1 st. ins t: & agree fully...
22 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 14 September … 1785-09-14 Your letter of the 9th. came to hand yesterday. I wrote to you on the first instant, by the post...
23 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 24 September … 1785-09-24 Finding the assistance of a private Secretary necessary in my office I would wish you to accept...
24 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 28 March 1786 1786-03-28 I have duly received your favor (of no date, but I suppose by the company it was in that it was...
25 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 3 April 1786 1786-04-03 Since my last, which gave you reason to expect I should leave this place tomorrow, I find I shall...
26 Dumas, Charles William Frederick Humphreys, David C. W. F. Dumas to Humphreys and Short, 6 May 1786 1786-05-06 Je suppose que pendant l’absence de son Excellence Mr. Jefferson mes Lettres sont toujours...
27 Dumas, Charles William Frederick Short, William C. W. F. Dumas to William Short, 2 March 1787 1787-03-02 J’ai l’honneur de vous adresser l’incluse pour le Congrès, toujours ouverte, ainsi que celles qui...
28 Dumas, Charles William Frederick Short, William C. W. F. Dumas to William Short, 2 March 1787 1787-03-02 Cette nuit part pour Paris Mr. le Rh. Gr. de Salm, chargé d’affaires les plus importantes pour...
29 Jefferson, Thomas Short, William From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 15 March 1787 1787-03-15 So far all is well. No complaints; except against the weathermaker, who has pelted me with rain,...
30 Dumas, Charles William Frederick Short, William C. W. F. Dumas to William Short, 27 March 1787 1787-03-27 Je vous suis bien obligé de la bonté avec laquelle vous avez pris la peine de m’instruire du sort...