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1 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 6 October 1809 1809-10-06 Sollicited by a poor man in an adjoining county who states his case in the inclosed letter, &...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 30 May 1810 1810-05-30 In the action brought against me by E. Livingston on the subject of the batture , the counsel...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 25 January 1812 1812-01-25 I reject a multitude of applications for recommendations to office, but now and then a case...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 9 February 1812 1812-02-09 I take the liberty of forwarding to you the inclosed letter which proposes to place three young...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 23 February 1812 1812-02-23 The inclosed presents one of those cases which it is not in my power to refuse being the channel...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 2 May 1812 1812-05-02 Among the candidates for commission in the army now to be raised, M r Archibald C. Randolph...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 6 June 1812 1812-06-06 Visiting occasionally a possession I have between New London and Lynchburg , & making...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 24 August 1812 1812-08-24 I take the liberty of adding a the name of Nicholas B. Pryor of Tenessee to the probably long...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Eustis, William Thomas Jefferson to William Eustis, 5 November 1812 1812-11-05 Th: Jefferson asks permission of the Secretary at war to discharge what he believes to be a duty...