Papers - Vol. 2

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THE PAPERS OF Thomas Jefferson

Volume 2 · 1777 to 18 June 1779

Including the Revisal of the Laws, 1776-1786

JULIAN P. BOYD, EDITOR

LYMAN H. BUTTERFIELD AND MINA R. BRYAN, ASSOCIATE EDITORS

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS 1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Guide to Editorial Apparatus xi
  • Contents xvii
  • Illustrations xxiii
  • Volume 2 - 1777 to 18 June 1779 1
  • From Thomas Nelson 3
  • From Patrick Henry 4
  • Subscription to Support a Clerk Of the Congregation in Charlottesville 6
  • From Patrick Henry 8
  • To George Washington 9
  • Receipt for Bounty Money 10
  • To George Washington 11
  • From Richard Henry Lee 12
  • Petition from Some Inhabitants Of Albemarle County 13
  • Bill for Regulating the Appointment Of Delegates To the Continental Congress 14
  • To John Adams 15
  • From Richard Henry Lee 18
  • Election Writ Issued to Sheriff Of Fluvanna County 22
  • To Silas Deane 24
  • To Benjamin Franklin 25
  • To John Adams 26
  • From Richard Henry Lee 27
  • List of British Prisoners And Their Quarters in Albemarle County 29
  • Account of Guard for British Prisoners 31
  • From Lucy Chiswell Nelson 32
  • From John Harvie 33
  • The Petition of Thomas Johnson And the Resultant Controversy Between The House of Delegates and the Senate Concerning the Right of the Latter To Amend Money Bills 40
  • Notes and Documents Relating To The Transylvania and Other Claims For Lands Under Purchases from the Indians 64
  • To John Adams 120
  • From John Harvie 125
  • To Isaac Zane 173
  • From Richard Henry Lee 174
  • From Richard Henry Lee 175
  • From Richard Henry Lee 176
  • To Richard Henry Lee 194
  • To Giovanni Fabbroni 195
  • To James Mercer 198
  • From Richard Henry Lee 200
  • From John Harvie 210
  • From Richard Henry Lee 213
  • Bill to Amend the Act Establishing A General Court 224
  • To George Wythe 226
  • From John Hook 233
  • To George Wythe 234
  • From Richard Henry Lee 236
  • To Patrick Henry 237
  • To George Rogers Clark 246
  • To Richard Henry Lee 252
  • George Rogers Clark to Patrick Henry 255
  • To Gabriel Jones 256
  • To William Phillips 260
  • From Richard Henry Lee 262
  • From William Fleming 264
  • From Edmund Pendleton 266
  • Message Accepting Election as Governor 270
  • From John Page 277
  • To John Page 279
  • To William Fleming 288
  • To Benjamin Harrison 289
  • To Charles De Klauman 290
  • From John Jay 291
  • Inventory of Furniture in The Governor's Palace 292
  • To Richard Henry Lee 297
  • To Theodorick Bland 298
  • To the Continental Board of War 300
  • The Revisal of the Laws 303
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