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Philip II letter, 1578 Dec. 2.

Virginia Colonial Commissioners, March 12, 1651, Articles on the Relation Between James City and Great Britain

Pennsylvania Colony Laws and Statutes, 1652-92, List of "Acts of the Politinate and Lords"

France and Great Britain, 1689-1783, Chart Comparing France and Great Britain

George Baillie to Virginia Congressional Delegates, May 21, 1723. Pay Warrant.

Thomas Jefferson, 1732-86, Notes on Georgia History and Boundaries

Waller, et ux, versus Beverley, 1757, Summary of Law Case

The retort - an hieroglyphic epistle from the Revd. Dr. [Whitefield] to Saml. [Foote] Esqr. / J Hill, invt. seul.

Thomas Jefferson, 1762, Notes on Church Laws

Thomas Jefferson, 1762, Early Law Notes

Thomas Jefferson, 1762, Table of Runic and Gothic Alphabets

Thomas Jefferson, 1767-73, Opinion on Mrs. Philemon Snell Law Case Regarding Rawser Spicer Estate

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to George III of England, April 14, 1768, Petition Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act

Letter from Edmund Moran to Evan Shelby

Virginia Colony to George III of England, May 17, 1769, Petition Against Deportation of Prisoners

House of Commons, March 1770, Notes on Grenville Bill; Procedures for Settling Disputed Elections

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, June 30, 1771, Suit Brought by Martar

Rivanna River, 1771, Memorandum on Navigation Project

Virginia Colony to George III of England, April 1, 1772, Petition Against Importation of Slaves from Africa

Boston, March 30th, 1773. By direction of the Committee of correspondence for the town of Boston, I now transmit to you an attested copy of the proceedings of said town on the 8th instant, and am with due respect your most humble servant [Signed

Boston, December 1, 1773. Gentlemen, The Committee of correspondence for this Town had just prepared their letter covering the proceedings of the town at their two late meetings of the 5th and 18th ultimo, when a ship arrived from London with pa

James MacPherson to Charles McPherson, August 7, 1773, Refusal to Allow Copy of Gaelic Version of Ossian's Poems

Virginia Colonial Convention, August 1774, Declaration of Rights

Continental Congress Association and Peyton Randolph, et al, October 20, 1774, 14 Agreements by Colonies; Printed Broadside

Committee-Chamber, July 25, 1774. Proceedings of the Committee of Correspondence. Mr. Henry Remsen, seconded by Mr. Abraham Duryee, made a motion in the words following. Mr. Chairman, I move that a poll be opened at the usual places of election

Committee-Chamber, July 19, 1774. Proceedings of the Committee of correspondence. The resolves proposed by the Board to the inhabitants of this City, having been published and dispersed through the town several days previous to this meeting ...

Committee Chamber, Sept. 30, 1774, 6 o'clock, P. M. It was resolved unanimously, that the following narrative of the proceedings of the committee, be published. At a meeting of the Committee of correspondence of this City, specially summoned, th

Proceedings of the Committee of correspondence in New York. Committee-Chamber July 13, 1774 Presents [28 names] The persons appointed at the last meeting of this Committee, to draw up a set of resolves, met for that purpose, but doubts arising,

United States Congress, 1774-82, List of Dated Topics: "Resolution of Order," Maryland Affairs; Post Office, Admiralty, etc.

[Revolutionary war broadside: The Boston committee of Correspondence responds to the Boston Port Bill. May 12, 1774]

Extract of the proceedings of the committee of correspondence of this city [Relative to calling meetings of the citizens without approval of the committee.] [Dated] July 8th, 1774. [New York: Printed by John Holt, 1774].

Committee Chamber, July 13, 1774. The public are hereby requested to attend at the Coffee-House, on Tuesday next at XII o 'Clock to Signify their sense of the resolves entered into by the Committee of Correspondence, in New-York, and of the dele

Thomas Jefferson, May 9, 1774, Notes on Progress of Three Pending Bills

Thomas Jefferson, 1775, Summary of British Armaments Act

George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1775, Records of Virginia Land Grants

To the military officers, select-men, and Committee of correspondence in the town of [blank] Gentlemen, Your are hereby most earnestly requested to procure the execution of the subsequent resolve with the greatest possible expedition. In Provinc

Virginia Gazette (newspaper), February 4, 1775, Article on Speech by Chief Logan (Indian Warrior)

Boston, January 31, 1775. Yesterday a vessel arriv’d at Marblehead from Falmouth, in which, London papers were brought to the 12th of December, which were immediately sent to the Committee of correspondence of this town, containing. The King’s s

Ebenezer Hazard to Thomas Jefferson, June 30, 1775, Collection of Papers Relating to Virginia

Charles Lynch to Thomas Jefferson, November 20, 1775, Saltpeter Deposits in Virginia

Virginia Colonial Safety Committee; Edmund Pendleton, et al to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1775, Printed Commission as Commander of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia

George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, April 5, 1775, Records of Virginia Land Grants

In the House of representatives. December 11 1775. Resolved, that it be, and it hereby is strongly recommended to the Committee of correspondence and safety of the town of [blank] and in case of a deficieny of both said committees, to the select

British Colonies in North America, 1775, Table of Exports from South Carolina: Rice, Indigo, Hemp, Indian Corn

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, November 16, 1775, Skirmishes with the British at Hampton, Norfolk, and Jamestown, Virginia

Thomas Jefferson, October 1776, Notes on Bill to Move the Virginia Seat of Government; Capitol; Courthouse

Richard Stockton to Thomas Jefferson, August 19, 1776, New Jersey Convention to Furnish Troops for "Flying Camp"

John Allison and John Lee to Virginia General Assembly, May 1776, Petition by Marines to Join Virginia Land Troops

Thomas Jefferson, June 1776, Building Instructions

Thomas Jefferson, June 1776, Draft Fragment of Declaration of Independence

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army

Edmund Pendleton to Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress, July 13, 1776, Private Addenda to Letter of Same Date; Pennsylvania-Virginia Boundary Dispute; Indian Lands

Continental Congress, July 1776, Suggestions on Tenure of Delegates

Virginia Delegates in Continental Congress to Virginia Convention, April 18, 1776, Appointment of Surgeons; Canadian Campaign; Notation on Coin Production

Thomas Jefferson to Virginia Convention of Delegates, July 1776, Declines Reappointment

Foulke, July 24, 1776, Testimony on British and American Sympathies of Various Soldiers; Hughes, et al

Thomas Jefferson, 1776, Memorandum on Virginia Presbyterian's Petition about Night Meetings

William Fleming to Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1776, Comment on Proceedings of the Virginia House Committee to Prepare "A Plan of Government"

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Robert C. Nicholas to Thomas Jefferson, August 24, 1776, Financial Accounts

John Page to Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1776, Recommendations for James McClurg and William Grayson

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 29, 1776, Military News; Indian Hostilities

Pennsylvania Convention, July 20, 1776, Resolution to Confer with Virginia on Boundary Dispute

Thomas Jefferson, 1776, Table Comparing Value of European Silver and Gold Coins; with Notes

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, June 1, 1776, Report of Cornwallis at Cape Fear; Naval Intelligence

Thomas Jefferson, August 20, 1776, Proposal for United States Seal

Thomas Jefferson, October 1776, Notes on Shaftesbury; Virginia Laws and Statutes Covering the Church of England

Thomas Jefferson, October 1776, Notes on Heresy, Part 1; Virginia Laws and Statutes Covering the Church of England

George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, October 28, 1776, Memorandum Granting Permission for Jefferson's to Use Wythe's House in Williamsburg, Virginia

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 22, 1776, Virginia Convention; Declaration of Independence

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army; Incomplete

Thomas Jefferson, 1776, Memorandum on Virginia Presbytery of Hanover's Memorial on General Assessment

Thomas Jefferson, June-July 1776, Map of Action at Gwyn's Island, Chesapeake Bay

George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, November 11, 1776, British Troop Movements in New York

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, April 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Bernis Brown, October 5, 1777, Account for Guarding British Prisoners

Horatio Gates to John Burgoyne, October 12, 1777, Protest at Cruelty of Retreating British Army; with note from Burgoyne

Boston, Feb. 19th, 1777. In pursuance of the Act of the General Assembly of this State entitled. "An act to prevent monopoly and oppression;" the select-men and Committee of correspondence ... [Boston, 1777].

Patrick Henry to Thomas Jefferson, February 26, 1777, Treatment of British Prisoners

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, April 18, 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Thomas Jefferson, October 20, 1777, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws; William Phillips letter of April 12, 1779

Ambrose Dudley, Thomas Bush, et al, November 1, 1777, Certification of Membership in the Virginia Baptist Church

Thomas Jefferson, February 1777, Draft of Subscription to Support a Clerk to Assist Charles Clay as Minister in Charlottesville, Virginia

David Zeisburger, September 23, 1777, Intelligence on British at Detroit

Thomas Jefferson to John Hancock, October 19, 1777, Finances; Possible Loan from Grand Duke of Tuscany; with Typescript

Thomas Jefferson to John Jouett Jr., April 15, 1777, Military Recruitment; Receipt for Bounty Money

Continental Congress, November 28, 1777, List of Expenses; Budget

Virginia General Assembly, 1777, Report from House of Delegates to Senate on Money Bills

Thomas Jefferson, May 4, 1778, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws

Letter from Thomas Walker to a unknown correspondent

Reverend James Madison, 1778, Notes on Williamsburg Weather Data

Richard Henry Lee to Thomas Jefferson, May 2, 1778, Lord Amherst and Admiral Augustus Keppel Purported Commissioners Sent by Great Britain

Virginia House of Delegates, January 1778, Draft of Resolution on Money Bills

Arthur Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, April 2, 1778, Expense Account as Commissioner to the Court of France

Thomas Jefferson Strother Jones, April 1778, Draft of Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Richard Henry Lee to Thomas Jefferson, June 23, 1778, British Commissioners; Continental Army Takes Philadelphia

William Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, September 12, 1778, Commercial Treaties with Holland and France; Extract

Charles de Klauman, July 17, 1779, Table of Ordnance and Supplies of the Virginia Militia

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, List of Punishments for Crimes

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