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Download Appx. Note A, Aug. 31, 1820 letter to John Saunderson audio
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Download Appx. Note C. Instructions Given to the First Delegation of Virginia to Congress, Aug. 1774, part 1. audio
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Download Appx. Note D, Instructions for the Deputies Appointed to the General Congress on the part of Virginia audio
Download Appx. Note E. Nov. 1, 1778 letter to George Wythe, attaching A Bill for Proportioning Crimes and Punishments audio
Download Appx. Note F. Notes on the Establishment of a Money Unit and Currrency audio
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Download Appx. Note H. Letters from Geo. Washington re appointment as Secretary of State audio
Download Correspondence Letter 1, May 7, 1775 letter to Dr. William Small audio
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Download Correspondence Letter 4. Aug. 13, 1777 letter to Dr. Benjamin Franklin audio
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Download Correspondence Letter 7. July 17, 1779 letter to George Washington audio
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Download June 1785 Correspondence. June 7 letter to Gen. Chastellux. June 15 letter to John Jay. June 16 letter to the Governor of Virginia. June 17 letter to Colonel Monroe. June 21 letter to Charles Thompson. June 22 letter to William Carmichael. June 23 letter to John Adams. audio
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Download September 1785 Correspondence. September 1 letters to James Madison and Mssrs. Dumas and Short. Sept. 4 letter to John Adams; Heads for a letter to the King of Morocco; Heads of instructions to Mr. Barclay; Heads of inquiry for Mr. Barclay as to Morocco; Sept. 5 letter to David Hartley; Sept. 6 letter to Baron Geismer; Sept. 11 letter to John Langton. Sept. 14 letter to Lester Asquith. Sept. 19 letter to John Adams. Sept. 20 letter to James Madison audio
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Download Correspondence January 1786. Jan. 2 letter to John Jay; extracts of report to Congress; explanations on some of the subjects of conversation with the Count de Vergennes; Jan. 3 letter to F. Hopkinson; Jan.4 letter to Gen. Washington. Jan. 7 letter to A. Cary. Jan. 12 letter to Major Gen. Greene. Jan. 13 letter to Lister Asquith. audio
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Download February 1786 Correspondence. Feb. 7 letter to John Adams. Feb. 8 letter to James Madison. Feb. 9 letter to Marquis de Lafayette. Feb. 20 letter to Monsieur Hilliard D'Auberteuil. Feb. 26 letter to Count de Vergennes. audio
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Download Appendix Note A: April 29, 1779 letter from G.R. Clarke to the Governor of Virginia; Council Proclamation of June 18, 1779 audio
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Download Appendix Note D. Addendum to manuscript: Female contributions to the war audio
Download Appendix Note E. Letter from Lord Cornwallis to Lt. Col. Nisbet Balfour audio
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This is the first volume of Thomas Jefferson's public and private writings edited and compiled by his oldest grandson Thomas Jefferson Randolph and published three years after the president's death. There are a total of four volumes in Randolph's set. Summary by Joel Kindrick.

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