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1 Taylor, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Taylor, with Jefferson’s … 1782-08-16 Your most Curious Council is required on the following Cases. Case the 1st. Adam Wayland of...
2 Taylor, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Taylor, 3 August 1821 1821-08-03 I am constrained to write you this letter, by having seen in the news papers an extract of a...
3 Taylor, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Taylor, 2 Aug. 1779 … 1779-08-02 Letter not found : from John Taylor, 2 Aug. 1779. On 5 Aug., GW wrote Taylor: “I have duly...
4 Taylor, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Taylor, [before 11 … 1798-12-11 It would be happy indeed for us, if agriculture and farming still continued to be interesting...
5 Taylor, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Taylor, 26 December 1803 … 1803-12-26 26 December 1803, Port Royal, Virginia. “Inclosed is the copy of a letter addressed to the...
6 Taylor, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Taylor, 4 April 1798 1798-04-04 I now take the liberty of inclosing you the papers accompanied with a drawing to obtain Mr:...
7 Taylor, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Taylor, 20 June 1793 1793-06-20 In coming from Philadelphia, alone, and meditative, after Congress had risen, the occurrences...
8 Taylor, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Taylor, 6 Aug. 1779 … 1779-08-06 Letter not found : from John Taylor, 6 Aug. 1779. On 10 Aug., GW wrote Taylor: “I have been duly...
9 Taylor, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Taylor, 10 January 1798 1798-01-10 At the time when the contest for the Presidency, produced a general discussion relative to the...
10 Taylor, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Taylor, 25 March 1821 1821-03-25 Nothing can be better, nor more conformable to my wishes, than the mode you mention of learning...