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1 Jefferson, Thomas Draft of Resolutions on Lord Drummond’s Peace … 1776-08-22 Resolved that the articles inclosed by Ld. Drummond to Ld. Howe whereby it is proposed ‘that it...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John To John Adams from Thomas Jefferson, 16 May 1777 1777-05-16 Matters in our part of the continent are too much in quiet to send you news from hence. Our...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 16 May 1777 1777-05-16 Matters in our part of the continent are too much in quiet to send you news from hence. Our...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John To John Adams from Thomas Jefferson, 21 August 1777 1777-08-21 Albemarle, Va., 21 August 1777. RC ( Adams Papers ); printed : Jefferson, Papers The Papers of...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 21 August 1777 1777-08-21 Your favor of May 26. came safely to hand. I wish it were in my power to suggest any remedy for...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John To John Adams from Thomas Jefferson, 17 December 1777 1777-12-17 Williamsburg, Va., 17 December 1777. RC ( Adams Papers ); printed : Jefferson, Papers The Papers...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 17 December 1777 1777-12-17 Congress will receive by this post our approbation of the Confederation . It passed the house of...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Franklin, Benjamin From Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Franklin, to John … 1781-10-05 The bearer hereof Colo. James Monroe who served some time as an officer in the American army and...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 19 June 1784 1784-06-19 Supposing that you would receive from Congress a direct communication of the powers given to...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 19 June 1784 1784-06-19 Supposing that you would receive from Congress a direct communication of the powers given to...