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183451 Editorial Note Among the papers that Jefferson sent to the House of Representatives on 22 Dec. was a copy of...
183452 Trisler, George Circular on the Winchester Triumph of Liberty for the enlargement, encouragement and continuation of the Winchester Triumph of Liberty and more...
183453 Plan of a Dry Dock Discription of the Drawing A The wet Dock, B twelve dry Docks, each to contain one Ship, C the...
183454 Description of the Physiognotrace Explanation of Mr. Jno. I. Hawkins Physiognotrace A is a board that mooves up and down in the...
183455 Jefferson, Thomas List of Groceries Wanted from Marseilles 50. ℔ de Maccaroni. 50. ℔ de meme composition de differentes façons pour les potages. 6. paniers...
183456 Editorial Note On 12 Mch., Robert R. Livingston began a letter to the president that reported on his activities...
183457 Editorial Note A brief, undated set of four comments jotted in pencil by James Madison is the earliest evidence...
183458 Editorial Note On 8 Apr., the president posed a question to the four heads of departments and the attorney...
183459 Editorial Note In his instructions for the expedition to the Pacific, Jefferson anticipated that Meriwether...
183460 Editorial Note In the spring of 1802, confronting an expenditure by William Eaton of $16,000 primarily for the...
183461 Editorial Note “I think it will be safer not to permit the enlargement of the Union but by amendment of the...
183462 Editorial Note EDITORIAL NOTE The news that had arrived on the evening of 3 July, of the cession of Louisiana to...
183463 Party Affiliation of Federal Officeholders: Editorial … Spurred by dissension in Republican ranks in Philadelphia over Federalists who remained in...
183464 The Boundaries of Louisiana: Editorial Note The geographic limits of the purchase of Louisiana were ill-defined. Although Jefferson could...
183465 Drafting the Annual Message to Congress: Editorial Note Jefferson’s summoning of the new Congress to convene on 17 Oct. and his desire that the...
183466 Jefferson’s Letters to David Williams: Editorial Note Joel Barlow introduced David Williams to James Monroe “as an old friend of Dr. Franklin.” On 20...
183467 Canons of Official Etiquette: Editorial Note After Jefferson hosted the newly arrived British Minister Anthony Merry and his wife, Elizabeth,...
183468 Bill in Chancery of Craven Peyton against John … In late April and early May 1804, in the aftermath of the death of his daughter and with other...
183469 Editorial Note In crafting his response to James Fishback’s letter of 5 June 1809, Jefferson completed a draft...
183470 Editorial Note James Madison was on poor terms with James Monroe after the latter’s abortive bid for the...
183471 Editorial Note In composing his response to William Baldwin’s letter of 7 Jan. 1810 , Jefferson completed a...
183472 Editorial Note Using the French manuscript that he received from the author in 1809, Jefferson undertook to see...
183473 Editorial Note The material printed below documents the failure of Edward Livingston’s attempt to make Jefferson...
183474 Editorial Note By the latter part of the 1790s Thomas Jefferson and John Adams had become bitter political...
183475 Editorial Note In the summer of 1805 William Wirt asked Jefferson to supply him with information for a...
183476 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson’s Account with Craven … Craven Peyton in account for Henderson’s lands, with Th: J. D r
183477 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson’s Account with Craven … Craven Peyton on a contract for corn in acc t with Th: Jefferson D r
183478 Editorial Note Thomas Jefferson had long advocated sending an American-sponsored expedition to explore the...
183479 Editorial Note On 12 Jan. 1803 the Virginia General Assembly passed “An Act to establish an academy in the...
183480 Editorial Note Having learned through the newspapers of the British destruction on 24 Aug. 1814 of the...
183481 Editorial Note In composing his response to Peter H. Wendover ’s letter of 30 Jan. 1815 , Jefferson completed a...
183482 Editorial Note In composing a letter to his boyhood friend James Maury , a longtime expatriate serving as United...
183483 Editorial Note In the latter part of 1815 Jefferson made two lengthy visits to his Bedford County estate, Poplar...
183484 Editorial Note Following his September visit to Bedford County and surrounding areas with José Corrêa da Serra...
183485 Editorial Note While drafting his 10 Jan. 1816 response to Horatio G. Spafford’s letter of 25 Dec. 1815 ,...
183486 Editorial Note Virginia adopted its first written constitution by a unanimous vote on 29 June 1776 at a...
183487 Editorial Note In 1806 an act of the Virginia General Assembly established the Rivanna Company in order to...
183488 Editorial Note The bill establishing Central College became law on 14 Feb. 1816, and on 25 Mar. of that year...
183489 Editorial Note On or about 13 Aug. 1817 Jefferson set out from Poplar Forest to visit Natural Bridge with his...
183490 Editorial Note Following the chartering of Central College early in 1816, the purchase the next summer of land...
183491 Editorial Note During a monthlong visit to Poplar Forest , 19 Nov.–20 Dec. 1817, Jefferson attempted to clarify...
183492 Editorial Note Early in his tenure as secretary of state, Jefferson began to preserve his reactions to national...
183493 Editorial Note New Hampshire congressman Salma Hale arrived at Monticello on 7 May 1818 and departed the...
183494 Editorial Note On 21 Feb. 1818 the Virginia General Assembly approved “An Act appropriating part of the revenue...
183495 Editorial Note Following the meeting of the commissioners for the University of Virginia at Rockfish Gap ,...
183496 Editorial Note As the 1818–19 legislative session approached, Jefferson and his allies prepared to submit to the...