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Jefferson, Thomas

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LJA02
372
PJA07
203

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mentioned48

DQA01
254
AFC01
AFC07
45
PJA09
333
PJA11
PJA12
28
76
DCA01
DCA02
28
84
DCA03
178*
193*
195*
xxxvii*
DCA04
174*
DCA05
35*
265*
270*
403*
DCA06
253*
299*
301*
DCA08
250*
262*
DCA08
188*

Letters32

From AA (1785)10

To AA (1785)8

To AA (1786)3

AFC07

To JA (1777)3

PJA05
194
276 (cal.)
356 (cal.)

From AA (1786)2

AFC07

From AA (1787)1

AFC07
455

From AA2 (1786)1

AFC07
407

From JA (1777)1

PJA05
202

From JA (1780)1

PJA09
482

To AA (1787)1

AFC7
468

To AA2 (1787)1

AFC07
441

correspondence with JA13

AFC07
DJA01
xv
PJA05
196
DCA06
38*
40*
240*

in Continental Congress13

as joint commissioner to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace12

CFA comments on12

DCA05
133*
138*
283-284*
299*
302*
326*
346-347*
350*
361*
364*
DCA06
143*
DCA08
259*

JQA visits11

tours English countryside with JA11

visits London and Adamses11

and negotiations with Barbary states10

journey to France10

as commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties9

AFC06

correspondence with AA9

AFC05
AFC06
AFC07
DCA05
133*
134*

on committees with JA9

PJA03
8
PJA04

AA buys shirts and other goods for8

and negotiation of U.S. commercial treaties8

buys “Godships” and other goods for AA8

Notes on the State of Virginia 8

DQA02
AFC07
DJA03
180

ill health7

AFC05
AFC06
5
17
21
78
80

purchases goods for AA7

and JA's wine order6

AFC06

drafts Declaration of Independence6

AFC02
DJA02
DJA03

joint commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties6

Memoir, Correspondence and Miscellanies 6

DCA03
73*
74*
211*
235*
345*
DCA04
154*

Philip Mazzei and6

PJA09
483

correspondence with Mazzei5

PJA11
PJA13
68
69
70

salary and finances5

and negotiation of U.S. treaties with Barbary States4

AFC07

arranges for Houdon's life insurance4

as joint commissioner for mediation and peace4

CFA on correspondence with JA and AA4

DCA04
64*
66*
69*
70*

correspondence with WSS4

AFC07

death of4

DCA02
DCA04
85*

moves to new residence4

AFC06

negotiates treaty with Portugal4

AFC07

relationship with JA4

AFC06

travels of4

AFC07

visits Adamses in Auteuil4

DQA01

works with JA and Franklin at Passy4

AFC05
AFC06
vii

AA compliments3

AFC06

AA purchases goods for3

AFC07
50
51
52

and 2d joint Amer. commission (“Peace Commission”)3

AFC03
xi
AFC04

appointed joint commissioner to treat for peace3

DJA03
4
26
105

appointment as joint peace commissioner3

PJA13

dines with Adamses3

AFC05
444
AFC06

invites John Trumbull to Paris3

AFC07

JQA's admiration for3

DQA01

on Shays' Rebellion3

AFC07

paintings sold at auction3

DCA05
116 (illus. following) *
128*
xi-xiii*

purchases corsets for AA23

AFC07

second letter to Giles on JQA3

DCA02

signs U.S. treaty with Morocco3

AFC07

uses cipher in correspondence with JA3

AFC05
AFC06

AA relates political news to2

AFC06

and Charles Williamos2

AFC07
66
70

and demands of Court etiquette2

AFC05

and language of Declaration of Independence2

PJA04

and news of JA's appointment as minister to Great Britain2

AFC06

as minister to France2

AFC05
AFC06
111

comments on Ezra Stiles2

DQA01
AFC06
256

correspondence with John Jay2

AFC07

elected President2

DJA03

elected Vice-President2

DJA03

exchanges portraits with JA2

AFC06

first and sole visit to London2

DJA03

health of2

AFC07

joint mission to Barbary Powers2

DJA03

letter to Giles on JQA and governmental powers2

DCA02

member of committe for foreign affairs2

AFC05

notes of, on congressional debates2

PJA04
3
342

on British criticism of JA2

AFC06

on censorship of newspapers2

on fatal ballooning accident2

AFC06

on French politics2

AFC07

on recovery from defeat at Camden2

PJA10

on U.S. victory at King’s Mountain2

PJA11
23
24

plan to accompany AA to Europe2

DJA03

portraits of2

AFC07

praises AA and AA22

AFC05
xl
AFC06
390

proposed design for Great Seal of U.S.2

AFC02

proposed trip to London2

AFC06

refers to states as colonies2

PJA05

reimburses Adamses of expenditures2

AFC06

rumored capture of2

PJA12
2
12

says English kitchens, not churches, need reformation2

AFC06

seeks safe conveyance for mail2

AFC06

signs treaty of amity and commerce with Prussia2

AFC05
316
AFC06
222

writes account of the Stanhope affair2

WSS visits2

AFC07

AA asks JQA to write to1

AFC06

AA calls “one of the choice ones of the Earth”1

AFC06
119

AA informs about Capt. Henry Stanhope1

AFC07
313

AA on1

AFC07
264

AA's correspondence with1

DCA08
304*

AA sends newspapers to1

AFC07
456

abused by Maj. Henry Lee1

DCA05
32*

admires Ossian1

DQA01
255

and Bancroft1

DJA04
72

and Byrne the barber1

AFC01

and death of daughter1

DQA01
218

and Francisco dal Verme1

DJA03
114

and JQA1

DJA01
xvi

and Monticello1

DJA03
248

and Pierre Dessin1

DJA03
147

and the National Gazette 1

DJA03
225

and U.S.-French consular convention (1788)1

AFC05
477

and Viney's bent-timber wheels1

DJA03

and White House1

DCA01
xiv

and William Langborn1

DJA03
194

appointed consul to France1

AFC07
152

appointed minister plenipotentiary at Paris1

DJA03

appointed to negotiate commercial treaties (1784)1

PJA11
121

as autobiographer1

DJA01

at British Museum1

DJA03
191

attends French comedy1

AFC05
430

bill for religious liberty1

PJA05
77

Burrill Carnes carries letters for1

AFC07
469

chairman of committee to report on Sullivan's resignation1

AFC02
63

characterized by JQA1

DCA07
87*

Charles Storer sends books to1

AFC07
312

commissioned Minister to France1

DQA01
260

commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties1

EJA01
26

commissions JA portrait1

PJA11
146

compared to JA1

DCA05
282*

compares French and Brit. people1

AFC07
313

complains about lack of intelligence from Congress1

AFC06
463

correspondence with AA21

AFC07
408

correspondence with AA2 and WSS1

AFC07
333

correspondence with John Brown Cutting1

AFC07
122

correspondence with John Trumbull1

AFC07
289

correspondence with Maria Cosway1

AFC07
407

David Frank addresses letter to1

AFC07
457

declines election as joint commissioner to France (1776)1

DJA04
70

denounces Plato1

AFC06
50

describes an axis in peritrochio1

EJA01

Digges insinuates willingness to negotiate separate peace1

PJA12

dines with Adamses at Paradises1

AFC07
124

disapproves of the Society of the Cincinnati1

AFC06
141

drafts appeal to foreign officers1

PJA04

drafts Declaration of the Causes of Taking up Arms1

PJA03
72

Dr. Rush brings about reconciliation between JA and1

AFC02
55

election to Amer. Philosophical Soc.1

AFC03

employs former Adams family servant1

AFC06

falling out with Charles Williamos1

AFC06
240

friendship with AA1

AFC07
287

his “Ana” in Memoir of Jefferson 1

DCA08
189*

“I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the Atmosphere”1

AFC07
468

introduces Anne Mangeot de Corny to AA1

AFC07
407

introduces Chevalier Dolomieu to JA1

AFC07
24

James Duane on1

DJA02
218

JA on1

AFC07
241

JA on administration of1

DJA03
298

JA on his authorship of Declaration of Independence1

PJA04
343

JQA bids farewell to1

DQA01
265

JQA met John Bowdoin at home of1

AFC07
155

letters in Adams Family Correspondence 1

AFC05
lx

letter to JA listed (1781)1

PJA12
479

letter to Van Buren, 18241

DCA02
112

loves the French people1

AFC06
178

meets B. West1

DQA01
238

Memoir &c. ed. Randolph1

DCA05
276-277*

Monticello sold1

DCA05
289*

Mr. Voss delivers correspondence for1

AFC07
29

needed in congress1

PJA05
204

no implied powers over trade1

PJA05
356

notes of debates on Articles of Confederation1

AFC02
69

on Anglo-French commerical treaty1

AFC07
407

on Bank1

DCA03
105*

on Charles James Fox1

AFC07
313

on committee “on Spies”1

AFC02
132

on committee with JA1

PJA05
10

on construction in Paris1

AFC07
468

on dangers of being young in Europe1

AFC06
129

on F. Coffyn1

PJA06
31

on French language1

AFC06
128

on George III1

AFC07
313

on JA1

DCA05
312*

on JA's support for resolution on independence1

PJA04
345

on Presidential appointive power1

DCA06
233*

on Prince of Wales1

AFC07
313

on The Cedars affair1

AFC02
86

on voting in congress1

PJA05

opinion of JA's Davila 1

DCA07
79*

pleasure in abbés Arnoux and Chalut1

AFC06
224

praises Thomas Whately's book1

AFC07
259

proclamation prohibiting parole1

PJA11
199

promotes sale of Amer. whale oil1

AFC05
464

report on Lusanna case1

DJA04
2-3

reputation in history1

DCA05
43*

Richard Cranch on1

AFC07
175

Rights of British America 1

PJA02
147

said to approve of Wythe's law school1

DQA01
293

secy. of plans to return to U.S.1

AFC07
37

sends JA arrêts of Louis XVI prohibiting British manufactures1

AFC06
285

sends whale oil samples to U.S.1

DQA01
266

signs Prussian-Amer. Treaty of Amity and Commerce (1785)1

PJA13
424

suggests loan from Tuscany1

PJA05
276

talks with JQA about Va.1

DQA01
262

to negotiate treaties of amity and commerce1

DQA01
209

treaty negotiations with Portugal1

DJA03

use of “Anglomany”1

AFC05
10

use of cipher1

AFC04
395

wishes to join circle of literati1

AFC06
180

with JA at Amsterdam1

DJA03

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