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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


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.





To James Currie, January 18

Littlepage and Jay-Freedom of press-Designs for capitol

of Virginia-Scientific news.

To the Governor of Virginia, January 24 .

Houdon's return-Statue of Washington-Littlepage--Arms

-Improvement in musket-Tobacco.

Answers to Meusnier, January 24

American codes-Ainerican constitutions-Debts-Emigra-

tion—Vermont-Maine-Land cessions-Loyalists—Articles of

Confederation-Paper money-American bankruptcy-National

forces—Slaves—Constitution of Virginia-Office-holding-

Quarrels between States-Coercive power under confederation

- British property.

Additional Answers to Meusnier

Voting in Congress-Federal debts-Paper money–British

debts of Virginia–Pay of Congressmen-Secession of States-

New States-Violation of Virginia Constitution by Assembly.

Observations on Meusnier's Article, January 22

Convicts in America—Indented servants-Settlement of the

colonies—Impost-Commerce-Annapolis convention-Ken-

tucky-Mutiny of troops-Paper money– Public lands-Vir-

ginia's contribution-Bankruptcy-Debts to soldiers-Alien

land-holding—Revisal-Slavery amendment-Pardon-Man-

slaughter-Bill for crimes and punishments-Society of Cincin-

nati—Population of America—Extent of territory-Vote on

slavery clause of government for western territory-Rate of

interest—Treaty with Portugal-Cruelty of British-Slave law

of Virginia.

To John Jay, January 25 .


To Archibald Stuart, January 25

Desire for local news -European news,

S— American credit-

Kentucky-Spanish colonies—Specimens of animals.

To C. W. F. Dumas, February 2

U. S. funds-Notes on Virginia.

To James Madison, February 8.

Assessment in Virginia—Commerce—Notes on Virginia-

Books and watch-Houdon-Inscription for statue of Wash-
ington-Gifts to French officers-Copying invention.

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