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Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Jefferson and Francis Eppes are held and firmly...
Two Thousand five Hundred and twenty Acres of land in Cumberland , commonly known by the Name of...
Five Hundred and fifty Acres of land in the County of Charles City , with a convenient...
You will before this have heard that the war is now heartily entered into, without a prospect of...
Since my last, nothing new has happened. Our accounts of the battle of Charleston have become...
I wrote to Patty on my arrival here, and there being then nothing new in the political way I...
Since my last, we have nothing new from England or from the camps at either Cambridge or St....
We have no late intelligence here except of the surrender of Chambly, with 90. prisoners of war,...
I was so much ingaged last week in watching the motions of his Lordships Tenders, that I was...
After sealing my last letter to you we received an account of the capture of St. John’s which I...