The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 13

22 April 1818 to 31 January 1819
 
 
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This volume's 598 documents span 22 April 1818 to 31 January 1819. Jefferson spends months preparing for a meeting to choose the site of the state university. He drafts the Rockfish Gap Report recommending the location of the University of Virginia at Charlottesville as well as legislation confirming this decision. Jefferson travels to Warm Springs to cure his rheumatism but instead contracts a painful infection on his buttocks. His enforced absence from Poplar Forest leads to detailed correspondence with plantation manager Joel Yancey. A work that Jefferson helped translate, Destutt de Tracy's Treatise on Political Economy, is finally published. Salma Hale visits Monticello and describes Jefferson's views on food, wine, and religion. In acknowledging an oration by Mordecai M. Noah, Jefferson remarks that the suffering of members of the Jewish faith "has furnished a remarkable proof of the universal spirit of religious intolerance." He receives long discussions of occult science and the nature of light by Robert Miller and Gabriel Crane. Abigail Adams dies, and Jefferson assures John Adams that their own demise will result in "an ecstatic meeting with the friends we have loved & lost and whom we shall still love and never lose again."

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J. Jefferson Looney is editor of The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, which is sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • CONTENTS
  • FOREWORD
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • EDITORIAL METHOD AND APPARATUS
  • MAPS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • JEFFERSON CHRONOLOGY
  • 1818
  • From Henry Dearborn, 22 April
  • From Gamaliel H. Ward, 22 April
  • From John Wood, 22 April
  • From John Rhea, 23 April
  • From Stephen Cathalan, 25 April
  • From Thomas Appleton, 29 April
  • Matthew Pate's Survey of Eighteen-Acre Tract Adjacent to Poplar Forest, 30 April
  • Thomas Eston Randolph's Memorandum on Wheat Delivered to Thomas Jefferson, [April?]
  • To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 1 May
  • From Stephen Cathalan, 2 May, enclosing Invoice of Items Shipped, 28 April
  • To John Wayles Eppes, 3 May
  • From Patrick Gibson, 4 May
  • From Beverly Waugh, 5 May
  • From Benjamin O. Tyler, 6 May
  • Salma Hale's Visit to Monticello
  • I. Salma Hale to David Hale, 5 May, with postscript, 7 May
  • II. Salma Hale to William Plumer, 8 May
  • III. Salma Hale to Arthur Livermore, 16 May
  • IV. Salma Hale's Notes on his Visit to Monticello, [after 1818]
  • From Mordecai M. Noah, 7 May
  • From John Vaughan, 7 May
  • From William F. Gray, 8 May
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 10 May
  • To Mathew Carey, 10 May
  • To Richard Claiborne, 10 May
  • To Ferdinando Fairfax, 10 May
  • Notes on Mutual Assurance Society Policy, [ca. 10 May]
  • To James Rawlings, 10 May
  • To Gamaliel H. Ward, 10 May
  • Minutes of Central College Board of Visitors, 11 May
  • From Joseph Milligan, 11 May
  • From William Short, 11 May
  • From Francis Adrian Van der Kemp, 11 May
  • To Daniel Brent, [ca. 12 May]
  • From John Gardiner, 12 May
  • From David Bailie Warden, 12 May
  • To Patrick Gibson, 13 May
  • From Thomas Jordan, 13 May
  • To LeRoy, Bayard & Company, 13 May
  • From James Rawlings, enclosing Receipt from the Mutual Assurance Society, 14 May
  • From John Vaughan, 14 May
  • From Daniel Brent, 15 May
  • From Bennett H. Henderson, 15 May
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 16 May
  • To John Adams, 17 May
  • To Henry Dearborn, 17 May
  • From William H. Fitzhugh, 18 May
  • To Reuben Haines, 18 May
  • To Joseph Milligan, 18 May
  • From Peter Poinsot, 18 May
  • To Quinette de Rochemont, 18 May
  • To John Wood, 18 May
  • To Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 19 May
  • From James P. Preston, 20 May
  • To John Cook, 21 May
  • To Thomas Jordan, 21 May
  • From John McKinney, 21 May
  • From Thomas Ritchie, [ca. 21 May]
  • From John McKinney, 23 May
  • From John M. Perry, 26 May
  • To John Gardiner, 28 May
  • To James Leitch, 28 May
  • To Mordecai M. Noah, 28 May
  • To James P. Preston, 28 May
  • To Hugh Steel, 28 May
  • To Archibald Stuart, 28 May
  • To John Vaughan, 28 May
  • From John Adams, 29 May
  • To James Le Ray de Chaumont, 29 May
  • From Thomas Jordan, 29 May
  • Notes on Itch Lotion, [after 29 May]
  • To William Short, 29 May
  • From James Sloan, 29 May
  • From Horatio G. Spafford, 29 May
  • To James W. Wallace, 29 May
  • From Thomas A. Digges, 30 May
  • From Patrick Gibson, 30 May
  • From Archibald Stuart, 30 May
  • To William H. Fitzhugh, 31 May
  • From Caleb Atwater, 2 June
  • From John Barnes, 4 June
  • From William King (of South Carolina), 4 June
  • From André Thoüin, 5 June
  • From William Plumer, 7 June
  • From LeRoy, Bayard & Company, 8 June
  • From Peter S. Du Ponceau, enclosing Prospectus for Transactions of the Historical and Literary Committee of the American Philosophical Society, 9 June
  • From François André Michaux, 10 June
  • To Patrick Gibson, 11 June
  • To Bernard Peyton, 12 June
  • To James Leitch, 13 June
  • From Bernard Peyton, 13 June
  • From Frank Carr, 15 June
  • To Thomas A. Digges, 15 June
  • From Patrick Gibson, 15 June
  • To John McKinney, 15 June
  • From James Oldham, 15 June
  • To James Sloan, 15 June
  • From John M. Perry, 18 June
  • From Bernard Peyton, 18 June
  • From Bernard Peyton, 18 June
  • To Joseph Darmsdatt, 19 June
  • To Thomas Ritchie, 19 June
  • To Caleb Atwater, 21 June
  • To Mathew Carey, 21 June
  • To Patrick Gibson, 21 June
  • To William Plumer, 21 June
  • From Thomas Cooper, enclosing Geology Syllabus, 24 June
  • To James Wilkinson, 25 June
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 27 June
  • To John Barnes, 28 June
  • To Mathew Carey, 28 June
  • To James Madison, 28 June
  • To Bernard Peyton, 28 June
  • To Spencer Roane, 28 June
  • To Horatio G. Spafford, 28 June
  • To Littleton W. Tazewell, 28 June
  • Account with Reuben Perry, 29 June
  • From James H. McCulloch, 30 June
  • From John Armstrong, 1 July, enclosing Notes on Tadeusz Kosciuszko, [before 10 May]
  • From Thomas Eston Randolph, 1 July
  • To Baker Beaven, 2 July
  • To George Divers, 2 July
  • From Levett Harris, 2 July
  • To William King (of South Carolina), 2 July
  • To Thomas Eston Randolph, 2 July
  • From John Barnes, 3 July
  • From Anthony Charles Cazenove, 3 July
  • From William S. Jacobs, 3 July
  • From Wilson Cary Nicholas, [received 3 July]
  • From Charles J. Ingersoll, 4 July
  • From James Sloan, 4 July
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 5 July
  • To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 6 July
  • To Richard N. Thweatt, 6 July
  • From Robert Walsh, 6 July
  • From Brett Randolph, 7 July
  • From John Wharton (1771-1845), 8 July
  • From Thomas Lehré, 9 July
  • From John H. Cocke, 10 July
  • From Thomas Lehré, 10 July
  • To John Wharton (1771-1845), 10 July
  • From Patrick Gibson, 11 July
  • From Samuel J. Harrison, 12 July
  • From Salma Hale, 13 July
  • To James P. Preston, 13 July
  • From Edmund Bacon, 14 July
  • From Edmund Bacon, [ca. 14-29 July]
  • From John Hancock Hall, 15 July
  • From David Bailie Warden, 15 July
  • From James Madison, [16 July]
  • From John Adams, 18 July
  • From Frank Carr, [received 18 July]
  • From Mr. Couscher, [received 18 July]
  • From John G. Robert (for Patrick Gibson), 18 July
  • From George Rogers (for Bernard Peyton), 18 July
  • To John C. Calhoun, 20 July
  • To Patrick Gibson, 20 July
  • To Charles J. Ingersoll, 20 July
  • To Thomas Lehré, 20 July
  • From Bernard Peyton, 20 July
  • To Robert Walsh, 20 July
  • To John Barnes, 21 July
  • To Levett Harris, 21 July
  • To Brett Randolph, 21 July
  • To James Sloan, 21 July
  • From Gerard Troost, 21 July
  • From James Cutbush, 22 July
  • From James Monroe, 22 July
  • From Margaret Page, 22 July
  • To Marc Antoine Jullien, 23 July
  • From William Kean, 23 July
  • To Franz X. Zeltner, 23 July
  • To William Huntington, 2[4?] July
  • From the Seventy-Six Association, 24 July
  • From Julius B. Dandridge, 25 July
  • To Salma Hale, 26 July
  • Central College Donors and Founders to the University of Virginia Commissioners, [before 27 July]
  • Conveyance of Central College Properties to the President and Directors of the Literary Fund, 27 July
  • From Patrick Gibson, 27 July
  • From Patrick Gibson, 27 July
  • To John Steele, 27 July
  • To James Leitch, 28 July
  • From Edmund Bacon, 29 July
  • To Patrick Gibson, 29 July
  • To Joel Yancey, 29 July
  • To Edmund Bacon, 30 July
  • To Allen Bernard, 30 July
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 30 July
  • To Patrick Gibson, 30 July
  • To Charles Simms, 30 July
  • From James Le Ray de Chaumont, 31 July
  • From Richard N. Thweatt, 31 July
  • To Patrick Gibson, 1 August
  • From Robert Walsh, 1 August
  • From Francis Eppes, 2 August
  • From Julius T. Ducatel, 3 August
  • From Anthony Finley, 3 August
  • From William F. Gray, 3 August
  • To William Kean, 4 August
  • The Founding of the University of Virginia: Rockfish Gap Meeting of the University of Virginia Commissioners
  • I. Proceedings of Rockfish Gap Meeting of the University of Virginia Commissioners, 1-4 August
  • II. Thomas Jefferson's Notes on the Geographic Center of Virginia's Population, [before 28 June]
  • III. Thomas Jefferson's Draft of the Rockfish Gap Report of the University of Virginia Commissioners, [ca. 28 June]
  • IV. Thomas Jefferson's Notes on Curricular Definitions, [after 28 June]
  • V. Rockfish Gap Report of the University of Virginia Commis- sioners, 4 August
  • VI. Thomas Jefferson's Statement of Thanks to the University of Virginia Commissioners, [ca. 4 August]
  • From James Monroe, 4 August
  • To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 4 August
  • From James Wilkinson, 4 August
  • From Chapman Johnson, [5 August?]
  • Jefferson's Trip to Warm Springs
  • I. Notes on Inns Between Staunton and Warm Springs, [after 6 August]
  • II. Notes on Distances Between Warm Springs and Charlottesville, [after 6 August]
  • To Thomas Cooper, 7 August
  • To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 7 August
  • From Hugh Holmes, 8 August
  • From Caesar A. Rodney, 8 August
  • From Joseph Milligan, 10 August
  • From George Ticknor, 10 August
  • From Stephen Cathalan, 13 August
  • From John Steele, 13 August
  • To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 14 August
  • Memorandum to William Alston on Wine, 15 August
  • Recommendation of Edmund Bacon, 15 August
  • From Charles G. Haines, 18 August
  • From Victor Adolphus Sasserno, 18 August
  • From Ate. Bourier, 20 August
  • From Nathaniel Bowditch, 20 August
  • From Robert B. Stark, 20 August
  • From Thomas Cooper, 21 August
  • To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 21 August
  • Promissory Note to Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 21 August
  • From Spencer Roane, 22 August
  • From Thomas Appleton, 26 August
  • From Thomas Cooper, 26 August
  • From William D. Simms, 28 August
  • From Richard Claiborne, 29 [August]
  • From Thomas Cooper, 1 September
  • From Robert Miller (1775-1861), enclosing Notes on Occult Knowledge, 1 September
  • From Thomas Cooper, 2 September
  • From Thomas Cooper, 3 September
  • From James Monroe, 3 September
  • From Stephen Cathalan, 7 September
  • From Archibald Stuart, 8 September
  • Albemarle County Court Order Concerning a Proposed Road, 8 September
  • From James Monroe, 9 September
  • To Patrick Gibson, 10 September
  • To Francis Eppes, 11 September
  • From Honoré Julien, 11 September
  • To Joel Yancey, 11 September
  • To Thomas Cooper, 12 September
  • From Peter Poinsot, 12 September
  • From Patrick Gibson, 14 September
  • From Wilson Cary Nicholas, 14 September
  • From Craven Peyton, 14 September
  • From José Corrêa da Serra, 16 September
  • From Patrick Gibson, 17 September
  • From James Monroe, 17 September
  • To James Monroe, 17 September
  • From Thomas Cooper, 18 September
  • To Richard N. Thweatt, 18 September
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 21 September
  • From DeWitt Clinton, 21 September
  • From Joseph Dougherty, 21 September
  • From Patrick Gibson, 24 September
  • From James Maury, 25 September
  • From William J. Coffee, 26 September
  • From John Vaughan, 26 September
  • From Reuben G. Beasley, 28 September
  • From Alfred H. Dashiell, September
  • From de Bure Frères, enclosing Invoice of Books, 22 September, and Account, 1 October
  • From C. S. Haven, 2 October
  • From Joseph Hutton, 2 October
  • From Thomas Cooper, 3 October
  • From James Monroe, 3 October
  • To Thomas Cooper, 4 October
  • To James Monroe, 5 October
  • To William Alston, 6 October
  • To James Breckinridge, 6 October
  • To Mathew Carey, 6 October
  • To William J. Coffee, 6 October
  • From Thomas Cooper, 6 October
  • To Joseph Dougherty, 6 October
  • To Honoré Julien, 6 October
  • To James Monroe, 6 October
  • To John Vaughan, 6 October
  • To John Adams, 7 October
  • To Anthony Finley, 7 October
  • To William F. Gray, 7 October
  • To Caesar A. Rodney, 7 October
  • To Robert B. Stark, 7 October
  • To DeWitt Clinton, 8 October
  • To Charles G. Haines, 8 October
  • From James Madison, [ca. 8 October]
  • From Lewis D. Belair, 9 October
  • From Josiah Meigs, 12 October
  • To Bernard Peyton, 13 October
  • From Honoré Julien, 14 October
  • From Victor Adolphus Sasserno, 14 October
  • From Mathew Carey, 16 October
  • From Anonymous Republicans in Charleston, South Carolina, 16 October
  • From John Barnes, enclosing John Barnes's Account with Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 17 October
  • From John Wayles Eppes, 17 October
  • From Joseph Milligan, 17 October
  • To Patrick Gibson, 18 October
  • To Robert Patterson, 18 October
  • From Martin Dawson, 19 October, with Jefferson's Note, 11 November
  • From John Adams, 20 October
  • From John H. Cocke, 20 October
  • From Bernard Peyton, 20 October
  • From Patrick Gibson, 21 October
  • From Thomas W. Maury, 21 October
  • From William F. Gray, 22 October
  • From John Trumbull, 23 October, enclosing "Detector" to Editor of the New York National Advocate, [ca. 20 October], and John Trumbull to "Detector," [ca. 20] October
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 24 October
  • From de Bure Frères, 24 October
  • To Joseph Milligan, 25 October
  • To Joseph Milligan, [ca. 25 October]
  • To Richard Rush, 25 October
  • To Elisha Ticknor, 25 October
  • To George Ticknor, 25 October
  • To Nathaniel Bowditch, 26 October
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 27 October
  • To William J. Coffee, 27 October
  • To Henry Dearborn, 27 October
  • To Charles Simms, 27 October
  • To John Steele, 27 October
  • From Thomas Brown, 28 October
  • From George Wyche, 28 October
  • From Bernard Peyton, 29 October
  • From Richard N. Thweatt, 29 October
  • From Joseph Milligan, 30 October
  • From Peter J. Zeltner, [received 30 October]
  • From Franciszek Paszkowski, 1 November
  • To Patrick Gibson, 3 November
  • From George Washington Jeffreys, 3 November
  • From Nathaniel Bowditch, 4 November
  • From Lewis D. Belair, 6 November
  • From Henry Dearborn, 6 November
  • From William S. Murphy, 6 November
  • From Henry E. Watkins, 6 November
  • From William J. Coffee, enclosing Memorandum on Roman Cement, 7 November
  • Agreement by John M. Perry to Sell Lands to Central College, 7 November
  • From John Stevens, 7 November
  • To William F. Gray, enclosing Bookbinding Directions, 8 November
  • To Honoré Julien, 8 November
  • To John Neilson, 8 November
  • From Robert Walsh, 8 November
  • From William Alston, 10 November
  • From Thomas Appleton, 10 November
  • To Thomas Brown, 10 November
  • To William H. Crawford, 10 November
  • James Dinsmore's Report on Tin to Central College Board of Visitors, 10 November
  • To John Farrar, 10 November
  • To William Short, 10 November
  • To William Wirt, 10 November
  • To George Wyche, 10 November
  • To Joel Yancey, enclosing List of Blankets and Beds to be Distributed to Poplar Forest Slaves, and Sawing Instructions for James Martin, 10 November
  • To John Barnes, 11 November
  • To Andrew Kean, 11 November
  • To John Trumbull, 11 November
  • From Wilson Cary Nicholas, 12 November
  • From Francois Redon (for Lewis D. Belair), 12 November
  • To John Adams, 13 November
  • From Patrick Gibson, 13 November
  • From Hannah, 15 November
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 16 November
  • From William Short, 17 November
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 18 November
  • From James Dinsmore, 18 November
  • From William Craig, 19 November
  • The Founding of the University of Virginia: The University Bill
  • Thomas Jefferson's Bill to Establish a University, [between 19 November and 14 December]
  • To Linn Banks and Edward Watts, 20 November
  • To Joseph C. Cabell, 20 November
  • From Joseph Milligan, 20 November
  • From Daniel Pettibone, enclosing Circular Letter, 20 November
  • Notes on Roman Cement, [ca. 21 November]
  • To Mathew Carey, 22 November
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 23 November
  • To Lafayette, 23 November
  • From James Monroe, 23 November
  • From Franklin G. Smith, enclosing Design for Improvement of the Printing Press, 23 November
  • To John Stevens, 23 November
  • From Cérès de Montcarel, 24 November
  • To Destutt de Tracy, 24 November
  • To Albert Gallatin, 24 November
  • To David Bailie Warden, 24 November
  • From Burgess Allison, 25 November
  • From Charles Willson Peale, 25 November
  • To Peter Poinsot, 25 November
  • From Lewis D. Belair, 26 November
  • From Francis Eppes, 26 November
  • From Francis W. Gilmer, 26 November
  • From Craven Peyton, 26 November
  • From Marie Louise Martel Walsh, 26 November
  • To Daniel Brent, 27 November
  • To James Brownlee, 27 November
  • To John C. Calhoun, 27 November
  • From Thomas B. Parker, 27 November
  • To Craven Peyton, 27 November
  • To Henry E. Watkins, 27 November
  • From William A. Burwell, 28 November
  • To Mathew Carey, 28 November
  • To James H. McCulloch, 28 November
  • To Burgess Allison, 29 November
  • To Cérès de Montcarel, 29 November
  • To Joseph Milligan, 29 November
  • From John Barnes, [30] November
  • From Stephen Cathalan, 30 November, enclosing Stephen Cathalan to Joseph Jones, 21 October, Invoice of Items Shipped to Thomas Jefferson, 26 October, Invoice of Items Shipped to Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 26 October, and Thomas Jefferson's Account with Stephen Cathalan, 30 November
  • From William F. Gray, 30 November
  • From Samuel Knox, 30 November
  • To Frederick A. Mayo, 30 November
  • From Alfred H. Dashiell, 1 December
  • From Thomas Fillebrown, 1 December
  • From Patrick Gibson, 3 December
  • From Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville, 3 December
  • From Andrew Kean, 3 December
  • Anecdotes of Benjamin Franklin, [ca. 4 December]
  • From John G. Jackson, 4 December
  • To Robert Walsh, 4 December
  • From Daniel Brent, 5 December
  • From Hugh Holmes, 6 December
  • To John Barnes, 7 December
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 7 December
  • To Thomas Fillebrown, 7 December
  • To Joseph Gales (1786-1860), 7 December
  • To Thomas Ritchie, 7 December
  • To John Vaughan, 7 December
  • From John Adams, 8 December
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 8 December
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 9 December
  • To William Duane, 9 December
  • To Patrick Gibson, 9 December
  • To Joseph Milligan, 9 December
  • To Hezekiah Niles, 9 December
  • From Joseph M. Sanderson, 9 December
  • To John Wood (of New York), 9 December
  • From Francis Adrian Van der Kemp, 10 December
  • To Alfred H. Dashiell, 11 December
  • To Samuel Knox, 11 December
  • From Francis Preston, 11 December
  • From John Vaughan, 11 December
  • From John Barnes, 12 December
  • From William Short, 12 December
  • To Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville, 13 December
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 14 December
  • From Patrick Gibson, 14 December
  • From James H. McCulloch, 14 December
  • From David M. Randolph (1798-1825), 14 December
  • From Fernagus De Gelone, 15 December
  • From George H. Richards, 15 December
  • From Samuel Butler (for Hezekiah Niles), 16 December
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 17 December
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 17 December
  • From Anonymous, 18 December
  • From Dabney Cosby, 18 December
  • From Anonymous, 19 December
  • From Anonymous, [between 19 December 1818 and 7 January 1819]
  • From James Riley, 19 December
  • To John Barnes, 21 December
  • To Stephen Cathalan, 21 December
  • To Hugh Holmes, 21 December
  • To Frederick A. Mayo, 21 December
  • From James Monroe, 21 December
  • From Elisabetta Mazzei Pini and Andrea Pini, 21 December
  • To Francis Preston, 21 December
  • To David M. Randolph (1798-1825), 21 December
  • To William Short, 21 December
  • To Dugald Stewart, 21 December
  • From Joseph Delaplaine, 22 December
  • From John Laval, 23 December
  • From John Bent, 24 December
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 24 December
  • From Robert Walsh, 24 December
  • From Joel Yancey, 24 December
  • To Abraham Lange, 25 December
  • From Joseph Milligan, 25 December
  • From Milton W. Rouse, [ca. 25 December]
  • To Dabney Cosby, 26 December
  • To Louis H. Girardin, 26 December
  • From James Oldham, 26 December
  • From John M. Perry, 26 December
  • To Fernagus De Gelone, 27 December
  • To John G. Jackson, 27 December
  • From John Martin Baker, 28 December
  • From José Corrêa da Serra, 28 December
  • To Louis A. Leschot, 28 December
  • From William Wirt, 28 December
  • From John Adams, 30 December, enclosing Edward T. Channing to William S. Shaw, 10 December
  • From Kershaw & Lewis, 30 December
  • To William Radford and Joel Yancey, 31 December
  • To George H. Richards, 31 December
  • To James Riley, 31 December
  • Estimate of Funds and Expenditures for Central College/University of Virginia, 1818-1819
  • 1819
  • To Joseph C. Cabell, 1 January
  • To Francis Eppes, 1 January
  • From Alexander Murray, 1 January
  • To James Oldham, 1 January
  • From Charles Willson Peale, 1 January
  • From Dominic W. Boudet, 2 January
  • From Bernard Peyton, 2 January
  • From John Barnes, 4 January
  • From Thomas C. Flournoy, 4 January
  • From Alexander Macdonald, 4 January
  • From Nathaniel Macon, 4 January
  • To Joel Yancey, 4 January
  • From Thomas Cooper, 5 January
  • From Gabriel Crane, enclosing Essay on Light as an Element, 5 January
  • From Solidor Milon, 5 January
  • From William Alston, 6 January
  • From John Patterson, 6 January
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 7 January
  • From Fernagus De Gelone, 7 January
  • From Frederick A. Mayo, 7 January
  • From Gulian C. Verplanck, 7 January
  • From John Wayles Eppes, 8 January
  • From Joseph Jones, 8 January
  • From Joel Yancey, 9 January
  • From Daniel Brent, 10 January
  • From "Common Sense & Co.," 12 January
  • From Jonas Horwitz, 12 January
  • To Nathaniel Macon, 12 January
  • From Joseph Milligan, [before 12 January]
  • To Joseph Milligan, 12 January
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 13 January
  • From Simeon DeWitt, 13 January
  • From William Tudor, 13 January
  • To Joseph Jones, 15 January
  • From Benjamin Waterhouse, 15 January
  • From John Forsyth, 16 January
  • To John Bent, 17 January
  • To Nathaniel Potter, 17 January
  • To Joel Yancey, 17 January
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 18 January
  • From Mathew Carey & Son, 18 January
  • From Joseph Jones, 18 January
  • From Joseph Milligan, 18 January
  • To James Monroe, 18 January
  • To Bernard Peyton, 18 January
  • To John Adams, 19 January
  • From William C. Rives, 20 January
  • From William Young, 20 January
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 21 January
  • From John C. Calhoun, 21 January
  • From the Jefferson Benevolent Institution of Pennsylvania, 21 January
  • From Bernard Peyton, 21 January
  • To Thomas Cooper, 22 January
  • To Fernagus De Gelone, 22 January
  • From Robert Patterson, 23 January
  • To Simeon DeWitt, 24 January
  • To Richard Duke, 24 January
  • To Thomas C. Flournoy, 24 January
  • To Abraham Lange, 24 January
  • To Gulian C. Verplanck, 24 January
  • From Edmund Bacon, 25 January
  • From Joseph C. Cabell, 25 January
  • To John H. Cocke, 25 January
  • From Wilson Cary Nicholas, 25 January
  • From Robert Walsh, 25 January
  • From Patrick Gibson, 26 January
  • From Joel Yancey, [before 26] January
  • To Joseph Jones, 27 January
  • To Charles K. Mallory, 27 January
  • To Joseph C. Cabell, 28 January
  • From Fernagus De Gelone, 28 January
  • From "Franklin," enclosing Address by "Franklin" to Western Citizens, 28 January
  • From Alexander Garrett, [28] January
  • To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 28 January
  • From James Riley, 28 January
  • To William C. Rives, 28 January
  • From John Adams, 29 January
  • To Mathew Carey, 29 January
  • To Joseph Miller, 30 January
  • To Lewis D. Belair, 31 January
  • To John Patterson, 31 January
  • To William Tudor, 31 January
  • To Benjamin Waterhouse, 31 January
  • APPENDIX: Supplemental List of Documents Not Found
  • INDEX

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