Thomas Jefferson: A Biography

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Notes, Chapters 39-73

CHAPTER 39
1
Horatio Gates to Jefferson, Jan. 5, 1794; Gates Papers, N. Y. H. S.
2
Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles, May 21, 1794, III, 524.
3
Weather Bk., Jan. 22, Mar. 11, 17, Apr. 2, 1794; LC.
4
Jefferson to Gates, Feb. 3, 1794; Gates Papers, N. Y. H. S.
5
Jefferson to Edmund Randolph, Feb. 3, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 137-9.
6
Land roll of slaves. Nov., 1794; Farm Bk., Mass. H. S. Randall, Jefferson, II, 237-8.
7
Farm Bk., 1794; Mass. H. S.
8
Garden Book, 208-9.
9
Jefferson to John Taylor, May 1, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 145-6.
10
"Plan for Garden"; Dreer Coll., Pa. H. S.
11
Farm Bk., Mass. H. S.
12
Jefferson to Madison, Feb. 15, 1794; Madison Papers, LC., v. 17, p. 20. This section is omitted from printed version in Works, Ford, VIII, 139.
13
Acct. Bk., Nov. 18, 1794; N. Y. Pub. Lib.
14
Jefferson to Adams, Apr. 25, 1794; Works, Ford. VIII. 144-5.
15
"Diary for 1795"; Farm Bk., Mass. H. S. Jefferson to Edmund Randolph, Sept. 7, 1794; Works, Ford. VIII, 152-3.
16
Jefferson to John Taylor, Dec. 29, 1794; Writings, Mont., XVIII, 197.
17
"Report on Commerce" [ Dec. 16, 1793]; Works, Ford, VIII, 98-117.
18
Richard Peters to Jefferson, Mar. 13, 1794; Jefferson Project, Princeton Univ.
19
Jefferson to Madison, Apr. 3, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 141-3.
20
Jefferson to Monroe, Apr. 24, 1794; ibid, VIII, 143-4. Madison had written the details in a letter to Jefferson dated Apr. 14, 1794; Madison Papers, LC., v. 17, p. 51.
21
Adams to Jefferson, May 11, 1794; Jefferson Papers, LC., v. 97, p. 16633.
22
Jefferson to Tench Coxe, May 1, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 147-8.
23
Jefferson to Madison, May 15, 1794; ibid, VIII, 150-2.
24
Jefferson to Madison, Oct. 30, 1794; Madison Papers, LC., v. 17, p. 89.
25
Gazette of the U. S., Aug. 7, Sept. 6, 1794.
26
Jefferson to Giles, Dec. 17, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 155.
27
Jefferson to Madison, Dec. 28, 1794; ibid, VIII, 156-9.
28
Washington to Henry Lee, Aug. 26, 1794; Washington, Writings, XXXIII, 479.
29
Edmund Randolph to Jefferson, Aug. 26, 1794; Jefferson Papers, LC., v. 97, pp. 16675-6.
30
Jefferson to Edmund Randolph, Sept. 7, 1794; Works, Ford, VIII, 152-3.
31
Jefferson to Henry Remsen, Oct. 30, 1794; Franklin Papers, Yale Univ. (copy).
32
Jefferson to Wythe, Oct. 24, 1794; Jefferson Papers, LC., v. 98, p. 16749.
33
Farm Bk., 1795; Mass. H. S. Jefferson to Martha J. Randolph, Jan. 22, 1795; Jefferson papers, Morgan Lib.
34
Jefferson to James Brown, Apr. 18, 1795; Works, Ford, VIII, 166-7. To same, May 7, 1795; Jefferson MSS., Va. H. S.
35
Jefferson to M. de Meusnieur, Apr. 29, 1795; Works, Ford, VIII, 173-6.
36
Jefferson to Henry Knox, June 1, 1795; Jefferson Papers, LC., v. 98, pp. 16868-9. See also to Wythe, Apr. 18, 1795; ibid, v. 98, p. 16840.
37
Jefferson to Maria Cosway, Sept. 8, 1795; to Mme. de Tessé, Sept. 6, 1795; both in Jefferson Papers, LC.
38
Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, Travels through the U.S. ( London, 1799), 69 ff.
39
Jefferson to Madison, Feb. 23, 1795; Madison Papers, LC., v. 18, p. 28. Madison to Jefferson, Mar. 23, 1795; ibid., v. 18, p. 35.
40
Washington to Jefferson, Mar. 15, 1795; Washington, Writings, XXXIV, 146-9.
41
"Notes on Professor Ebeling's letter of July 30, 1795" (undated, but Ebeling's letter

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