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September, 1894

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THOMAS JEFFERSON

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PAUL LEICESTER FORD

VOLUME IV

1784-1787

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1784.

To the Governor of Virginia, August 20

Affairs of Le Maire.

To James Madison, November

Navigation of Mississippi—Jefferson's interest in western

lands-Books—Col. Le Maire.

To James Monroe, November

Jefferson's voyage-Cipher-European affairs-English sen-

timent on America—Relations with Spain-W. T. Franklin-
Dumas—Barclay-Packets—French settlement on Ohio-Bar-

bary states-Outfit and allowance.

To Charles Thomson, November II.

Cylinder lamp-Phosphoric matches—French morals.

To James Madison, December 8

Taxes-Constitution for Virginia—Thomas Paine-Monti.

cello—Visit to France.

To James Monroe, December 10

Virginian port—"Favored nation" clause-Tobacco monop-

oly-Visit to France-European war–British treaty-Ministers'

allowance-Mails.

To Horatio Gates, December 13

Contest between Emperor and Dutch—Barbary outrages-

Need of navy

1785.

To Nathanael Greene, January 12

Whale oil—Barbary outrages.

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To the Governor of Virginia, January 12 .

Statue of Washington-Houdon,

To James Monroe, February

Cipher-Spanish negotiation-British condition-Commercial

treaties-France-Barbary pirates and their treatment-Letters.

To James Madison, March 18

Letters-Patrick Henry-Committee of States-European

events—British politics-Commercial retaliation-Books.

To James Monroe, March 18

European movements—British treatment of America-Bar-

bary powers-Personal health.

To James Monroe, April 15

Congressional action towards Spain and England-Quota-

tion from Price-European news—Voltaire's legacy-Gold and

silver-Health.

To James Madison, May II

Notes on Virginia.

To the Governor of Virginia, June 16

Arms—Statue of Washington—Tobacco.

To James Monroe, June 17

Packets-Otto-Value of French friendship-European pol-

itics-American capital-Congressional power over trade-
Notes on VirginiaArthur Lee-Minister's allowance-Treaty
power over commerce-Trade with West Indies-Contrast of

France and America-Balloons,
To Mrs. John Adams, June 21

Correspondence-London or Paris-Suppression of Journal

de Paris-Social life.
To James Monroe, July 5 .

European news-Character of W. F. Franklin-Reception

of B. Franklin.

To Mrs. Sprowle, July 5

Loyalist property.

To Mrs. John Adams, July 7

Wine- Journal de Paris-Boston and England.

To Richard Henry Lee, July 12

Reading of Letters — Packets — American finances — New

states—Western territory–European events-Houdon.

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