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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
181901 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...
181902 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...
181903 Canons of Official Etiquette: Editorial Note After Jefferson hosted the newly arrived British Minister Anthony Merry and his wife, Elizabeth,...
181904 Editorial Note In crafting his response to James Fishback’s letter of 5 June 1809, Jefferson completed a draft...
181905 Editorial Note James Madison was on poor terms with James Monroe after the latter’s abortive bid for the...
181906 Editorial Note In composing his response to William Baldwin’s letter of 7 Jan. 1810 , Jefferson completed a...
181907 Editorial Note Using the French manuscript that he received from the author in 1809, Jefferson undertook to see...
181908 Editorial Note The material printed below documents the failure of Edward Livingston’s attempt to make Jefferson...
181909 Editorial Note By the latter part of the 1790s Thomas Jefferson and John Adams had become bitter political...
181910 Editorial Note In the summer of 1805 William Wirt asked Jefferson to supply him with information for a...
181911 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson’s Account with Craven … Craven Peyton in account for Henderson’s lands, with Th: J. D r
181912 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
181913 Editorial Note Thomas Jefferson had long advocated sending an American-sponsored expedition to explore the...
181914 Editorial Note On 12 Jan. 1803 the Virginia General Assembly passed “An Act to establish an academy in the...
181915 Editorial Note Having learned through the newspapers of the British destruction on 24 Aug. 1814 of the...
181916 Editorial Note In composing his response to Peter H. Wendover ’s letter of 30 Jan. 1815 , Jefferson completed a...
181917 Editorial Note In composing a letter to his boyhood friend James Maury , a longtime expatriate serving as United...
181918 Editorial Note In the latter part of 1815 Jefferson made two lengthy visits to his Bedford County estate, Poplar...
181919 Editorial Note Following his September visit to Bedford County and surrounding areas with José Corrêa da Serra...
181920 Editorial Note While drafting his 10 Jan. 1816 response to Horatio G. Spafford’s letter of 25 Dec. 1815 ,...
181921 Editorial Note Virginia adopted its first written constitution by a unanimous vote on 29 June 1776 at a...
181922 Editorial Note In 1806 an act of the Virginia General Assembly established the Rivanna Company in order to...
181923 Editorial Note The bill establishing Central College became law on 14 Feb. 1816, and on 25 Mar. of that year...
181924 Editorial Note On or about 13 Aug. 1817 Jefferson set out from Poplar Forest to visit Natural Bridge with his...
181925 Editorial Note Following the chartering of Central College early in 1816, the purchase the next summer of land...
181926 Editorial Note During a monthlong visit to Poplar Forest , 19 Nov.–20 Dec. 1817, Jefferson attempted to clarify...
181927 Editorial Note Early in his tenure as secretary of state, Jefferson began to preserve his reactions to national...