The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. I (of 9) Being His Autobiography, Correspondence, Reports, Messages, Addresses, and Other Writings, Official and Private
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. I (of 9) Being His Autobiography, Correspondence, Reports, Messages, Addresses, and Other Writings, Official and Private

By Thomas Jefferson
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  • THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON:
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS TO VOL. I.
  • BOOK I. AUTOBIOGRAPHY, WITH APPENDIX.
    • INTRODUCTORY TO BOOK I.
      • BOOK I. AUTOBIOGRAPHY, WITH APPENDIX.
    • BOOK I. AUTOBIOGRAPHY, WITH APPENDIX.
    • APPENDIX.
      • [Note A.] LETTER TO JOHN SAUNDERSON, ESQ.
      • [Note B.] LETTER TO SAMUEL A. WELLS, ESQ.
      • [Note C.] On the instructions given to the first delegation of Virginia to Congress, in August, 1774.
      • [Note D.]
      • [Note E.]
      • [Note F.] Notes on the Establishment of a Money Unit, and of a Coinage for the United States.
      • [Note G.]
      • [Note H.]
    • [Note A.] LETTER TO JOHN SAUNDERSON, ESQ.
    • [Note B.] LETTER TO SAMUEL A. WELLS, ESQ.
    • [Note C.] On the instructions given to the first delegation of Virginia to Congress, in August, 1774.
    • [Note D.]
    • [Note E.]
    • [Note F.] Notes on the Establishment of a Money Unit, and of a Coinage for the United States.
    • [Note G.]
    • [Note H.]
  • BOOK II. CORRESPONDENCE.
    • INTRODUCTORY TO BOOK II.
    • PART I. LETTERS WRITTEN BEFORE HIS MISSION TO EUROPE 1773-1783.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO GOVERNOR PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO CHAS. McPHERSON.
      • TO COL. A. CARY.
      • TO DR. WILLIAM SMALL.
      • TO JOHN RANDOLPH, ESQ.
      • TO JOHN RANDOLPH, ESQ,.
      • TO RICHARD HENRY LEE.
      • TO DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, PARIS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO ——.[82]
      • TO DAVID RITTENHOUSE.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO GEORGE WYTHE.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY PATRICK HENRY.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO COLONEL MATHEWS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO GENERAL DE RIEDESEL.[87]
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO ——.[89]
      • TO MAJOR-GENERAL GATES.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO THE HON. MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
      • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO MAJOR-GENERAL GATES.
      • TO GENERAL GATES.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO GENERAL GATES.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO ——[95].
      • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO GENERAL GATES.[96]
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
      • TO LT. JOHN LOUIS DE UNGER.[97]
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO THE VIRGINIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
      • To ——[98].
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO GENERAL GATES.
      • TO COLONEL CAMPBELL.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO M. DE MARBOIS.[101]
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO THE VIRGINIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO THE MARQUIS LA FAYETTE.
      • TO EDMUND RANDOLPH, ESQ.
      • TO GENERAL WASHINGTON.
      • TO GENERAL GATES
      • TO JAMES MADISON.
      • JAMES MONROE TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • TO COLONEL JAMES MONROE.
      • TO ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON.
      • TO THE CHEVALIER DE CHATTELLUX.
      • TO MR. STEPTOE.
      • TO JAMES MADISON.
      • TO GEORGE WASHINGTON.
      • TO THE CHEVALIER DE LA LUZERNE, MINISTER OF FRANCE.
      • TO ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON, SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
      • GEORGE WASHINGTON TO THE HONORABLE THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • TO R. R. LIVINGSTON.
      • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • TO THE HON. R. R. LIVINGSTON.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO GOVERNOR PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO CHAS. McPHERSON.
    • TO COL. A. CARY.
    • TO DR. WILLIAM SMALL.
    • TO JOHN RANDOLPH, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN RANDOLPH, ESQ,.
    • TO RICHARD HENRY LEE.
    • TO DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, PARIS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO ——.[82]
    • TO DAVID RITTENHOUSE.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO GEORGE WYTHE.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY PATRICK HENRY.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO COLONEL MATHEWS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO GENERAL DE RIEDESEL.[87]
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO ——.[89]
    • TO MAJOR-GENERAL GATES.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO THE HON. MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
    • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO GENERAL EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO MAJOR-GENERAL GATES.
    • TO GENERAL GATES.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO MAJOR GENERAL GATES.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO GENERAL GATES.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO ——[95].
    • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO GENERAL GATES.[96]
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO EDWARD STEVENS.
    • TO LT. JOHN LOUIS DE UNGER.[97]
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO THE VIRGINIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
    • To ——[98].
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO GENERAL GATES.
    • TO COLONEL CAMPBELL.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO M. DE MARBOIS.[101]
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO THE VIRGINIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO THE MARQUIS LA FAYETTE.
    • TO EDMUND RANDOLPH, ESQ.
    • TO GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • TO GENERAL GATES
    • TO JAMES MADISON.
    • JAMES MONROE TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
    • TO COLONEL JAMES MONROE.
    • TO ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON.
    • TO THE CHEVALIER DE CHATTELLUX.
    • TO MR. STEPTOE.
    • TO JAMES MADISON.
    • TO GEORGE WASHINGTON.
    • TO THE CHEVALIER DE LA LUZERNE, MINISTER OF FRANCE.
    • TO ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON, SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON TO THE HONORABLE THOMAS JEFFERSON.
    • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
    • TO R. R. LIVINGSTON.
    • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON TO THOMAS JEFFERSON.
    • TO THE HON. R. R. LIVINGSTON.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • PART II. LETTERS WRITTEN WHILE IN EUROPE, 1784-1790.
      • TO COLONEL URIAH FORREST.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO GENERAL CHASTELLUX.
      • TO THE GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND.
      • TO MR. JAY.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO JOSEPH JONES.
      • TO CHARLES THOMPSON.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO M. DU PORTAIL.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO M. DE CASTRIES.
      • TO MESSRS. FRENCH AND NEPHEW.
      • TO DR. STYLES.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO THE BARON DE THULEMEYER.
      • TO MESSRS. N. AND J. VAN STAPHORST Amsterdam.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO MR. WM. SHORT.[113]
      • TO M. DE CASTRIES.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO DR. PRICE.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO CAPTAIN JOHN PAUL JONES.
      • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
      • TO MRS. TRIST.
      • TO PETER CARR.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO JAMES MADISON.
      • TO MESSRS. DUMAS AND SHORT.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO DAVID HARTLEY.
      • TO BARON GEISMER.
      • TO JOHN LANGDON.
      • TO M. DE LA VALEE.
      • TO M. LE MARG. DE PONCENS.
      • TO JAMES MADISON.
      • TO EDMUND RANDOLPH.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO F. HOPKINSON.
      • TO R. IZARD.
      • TO MR. BELLINI.
      • TO JAMES MADISON, OF WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE.
      • TO DR. FRANKLIN.
      • TO SAMUEL OSGOOD.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO ELBRIDGE GERRY.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO MR. ADAMS.
      • TO MESSRS. VAN STAPHORST.
      • TO MONSIEUR DESBORDES.
      • TO HOGENDORP.
      • TO J. BANNISTER, JUNIOR
      • TO BARON THULEMEYER.
      • TO MR. CARMICHAEL.
      • TO COUNT DE ARANDA.
      • TO MESSRS. VAN STAPHORSTS.
      • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
      • TO RICHARD O'BRYAN.
      • TO W. W. SEWARD.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO COLONEL HUMPHREYS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA.
      • TO THE GEORGIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO F. HOPKINSON.
      • TO A. CARY.
      • TO MAJOR GENERAL GREENE.
      • TO MR. ADAMS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO MARQUIS DE LA ROUENE.
      • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
      • TO MR. RITTENHOUSE.
      • TO A. STEWART, ESQ.
      • TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE TREASURY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO DR. FRANKLIN.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO W. F. DUMAS.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO JAMES MADISON.
      • TO MONSIEUR HILLIARD D'AUBERTEUIL.
      • TO DR. BANCROFT.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO THE HONORABLE J. JAY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO RICHARD HENRY LEE.
      • TO CHARLES THOMSON.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
      • TO JOHN PAGE.
      • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
      • TO MR. DUMAS.
      • TO WILLIAM DRAYTON.
      • TO W. T. FRANKLIN.
      • TO ELBRIDGE GERRY.
      • TO MR. OTTO.
      • TO COLONEL HUMPHREYS.
      • TO JAMES ROSS.
      • TO T. PLEASANTS.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO MESSRS. ST. VICTOUR AND BETTINGER.
      • TO HONORABLE J. JAY.
      • TO THE HONORABLE MR. JAY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.[117]
      • TO M. LA MORLIENE.
      • TO MESSRS. BUCHANAN AND HAY.
      • TO LA FAYETTE.
      • TO MR. CARMICHAEL.
      • TO MR. LAMBE.
      • TO MR. JAY.
      • TO MR. ADAMS.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
      • TO JOHN ADAMS.
      • TO COMMODORE JONES.
      • TO M. DE CREVECOEUR.
      • TO THE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE.
      • ESTIMATE OF THE EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
      • ESTIMATE OF THE IMPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
      • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
      • TO M. CATHALAN.
      • TO GOVERNOR HENRY.
      • TO JOHN JAY.
      • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO COLONEL URIAH FORREST.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO GENERAL CHASTELLUX.
    • TO THE GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND.
    • TO MR. JAY.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO JOSEPH JONES.
    • TO CHARLES THOMPSON.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO M. DU PORTAIL.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO M. DE CASTRIES.
    • TO MESSRS. FRENCH AND NEPHEW.
    • TO DR. STYLES.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO THE BARON DE THULEMEYER.
    • TO MESSRS. N. AND J. VAN STAPHORST Amsterdam.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO MR. WM. SHORT.[113]
    • TO M. DE CASTRIES.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO DR. PRICE.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO CAPTAIN JOHN PAUL JONES.
    • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
    • TO MRS. TRIST.
    • TO PETER CARR.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO JAMES MADISON.
    • TO MESSRS. DUMAS AND SHORT.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO DAVID HARTLEY.
    • TO BARON GEISMER.
    • TO JOHN LANGDON.
    • TO M. DE LA VALEE.
    • TO M. LE MARG. DE PONCENS.
    • TO JAMES MADISON.
    • TO EDMUND RANDOLPH.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO F. HOPKINSON.
    • TO R. IZARD.
    • TO MR. BELLINI.
    • TO JAMES MADISON, OF WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE.
    • TO DR. FRANKLIN.
    • TO SAMUEL OSGOOD.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO ELBRIDGE GERRY.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO MR. ADAMS.
    • TO MESSRS. VAN STAPHORST.
    • TO MONSIEUR DESBORDES.
    • TO HOGENDORP.
    • TO J. BANNISTER, JUNIOR
    • TO BARON THULEMEYER.
    • TO MR. CARMICHAEL.
    • TO COUNT DE ARANDA.
    • TO MESSRS. VAN STAPHORSTS.
    • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
    • TO RICHARD O'BRYAN.
    • TO W. W. SEWARD.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO COLONEL HUMPHREYS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA.
    • TO THE GEORGIA DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO F. HOPKINSON.
    • TO A. CARY.
    • TO MAJOR GENERAL GREENE.
    • TO MR. ADAMS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO MARQUIS DE LA ROUENE.
    • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
    • TO MR. RITTENHOUSE.
    • TO A. STEWART, ESQ.
    • TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE TREASURY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO DR. FRANKLIN.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO W. F. DUMAS.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO JAMES MADISON.
    • TO MONSIEUR HILLIARD D'AUBERTEUIL.
    • TO DR. BANCROFT.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO THE HONORABLE J. JAY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO RICHARD HENRY LEE.
    • TO CHARLES THOMSON.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO THE COUNT DE VERGENNES.
    • TO JOHN PAGE.
    • TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL.
    • TO MR. DUMAS.
    • TO WILLIAM DRAYTON.
    • TO W. T. FRANKLIN.
    • TO ELBRIDGE GERRY.
    • TO MR. OTTO.
    • TO COLONEL HUMPHREYS.
    • TO JAMES ROSS.
    • TO T. PLEASANTS.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO MESSRS. ST. VICTOUR AND BETTINGER.
    • TO HONORABLE J. JAY.
    • TO THE HONORABLE MR. JAY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO COUNT DE VERGENNES.[117]
    • TO M. LA MORLIENE.
    • TO MESSRS. BUCHANAN AND HAY.
    • TO LA FAYETTE.
    • TO MR. CARMICHAEL.
    • TO MR. LAMBE.
    • TO MR. JAY.
    • TO MR. ADAMS.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
    • TO JOHN ADAMS.
    • TO COMMODORE JONES.
    • TO M. DE CREVECOEUR.
    • TO THE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE.
    • ESTIMATE OF THE EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • ESTIMATE OF THE IMPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • TO THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA.
    • TO M. CATHALAN.
    • TO GOVERNOR HENRY.
    • TO JOHN JAY.
    • TO COLONEL MONROE.
  • FOOTNOTES
  • INDEX TO VOL. I.
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