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You must give me leave to return you the inclosed, as I have laid aside the distressing trade of...
2Memorandum Books, 1775 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 2. Elias Wells v. Higgins 2. Cav. v. Thompkins v. C. Tompkins. See Apr. 18. 1774. Pl....
Your letter of Aug. 23. 1774 and Proposals for collecting and publishing the American state...
I had the pleasure by a gentleman who saw you at Birmingham to hear of your welfare. By Capt....
Articles of confederation and perpetual Union proposed by the delegates of the several colonies...
souls dollars New Hampshire 100,000 82,713 2 Massachusets 350,000 289,496 Rhode island 58,000...
I must apologize to you for the Liberty I take in addressing you as a Member of the General...
I am to acknoledge the receipt of your letter, and to scribble a line in answer, being just in...
The large strides < advances > of late taken by the legislature of Great Britain towards...
< We > A Declaration < of > by the representatives of the United colonies of America now sitting...
You will before this have heard that the war is now heartily entered into, without a prospect of...
Your very obliging Letter of 30th. April did not come to hand before a few Days ago, or it should...
Since my last, nothing new has happened. Our accounts of the battle of Charleston have become...
The battle of Charlestown I expect you have heard, but perhaps not so as you may depend on. The...
The continued sitting of Congress prevents us from attending our colony Convention: but, directed...
The Congress proceeding to take into their consideration a resolution of the House of Commons of...
It gives us much concern to find that disturbances have arisen and still continue among you...
Your favour of the 5th Inst. this instant came to my hands in our encampment in Wallers Grove ,...
With the most cordial warmth we recommend our Countryman Mr. Edmund Randolph to your patronage...
Were I certain that a Letter I addressed to you a few Weeks ago, by way of Virginia had been...
MS ( Vi : Third Virginia Convention, Loose Papers); probably in an unidentified hand in part,...
I received your message by Mr. Braxton and immediately gave him an order on the Treasurer for the...
No new Occurrence at Cambridge can justify an Intrusion on the well-employ’d Moments of a...
I have recieved ten Guineas of the Treasurer and have left the Violin with Mr. Cocke of Wmsburg....
After a very disagreeable, wet and fateagueing Journey, we got here on the 10th Inst. the day...
The COMMITTEE of SAFETY for the Colony of VIRGINIA To Thomas Jefferson Esquire By Virtue of the...
I am thus far on my way to attend the Business of my Indian department at Salisbury and have just...
I wrote to Patty on my arrival here, and there being then nothing new in the political way I...
Connecticut is bounded Westward 1. by the N. W. line of Virginia. 2. by the Proviso in the...
Since my last, we have nothing new from England or from the camps at either Cambridge or St....