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Document, 1779 July 26

1. Document, 1779 July 26

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 July 26
  • Summary: Sends Jefferson sundry papers concerning the capture of a vessel of Portugal by a privateer owned by Carter Braxton. One is an act of Congress of July 21 for doing justice to the parties concerned and punishing the ...
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Document, 1779 June 16

2. Document, 1779 June 16

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 June 16
  • Summary: encloses copies of two Acts of Congress of 14 June, one to exempt drivers ofwagons from militia duties while in service; the other for ascertaining theirwages.First enclosure, signed by Charles Thomson, is in Virginia State ...
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Document, 1779 September 06

3. Document, 1779 September 06

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 September 06
  • Summary: Sends a copy of an act of Congress of September 4 giving Lt. Col. Simms leave of absence from the regiment until Nov. 21.
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Document, 1781 June 15

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Document, 1781 June 15

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Document, 1783 July 18

14. Document, 1783 July 18

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1783 July 18
  • Summary: Jay plans to return to America in the spring and would like to see Jefferson take his place. Jefferson's talents and reputation in America would stand him in good stead in Europe. Hopes America will be united and a strong admin...
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Document, 1785 April 15

15. Document, 1785 April 15

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 April 15
  • Summary: Sends Jefferson's commission to succeed Franklin at Versailles. Encloses the table of duties for French ports. Treasury Department now organized. Provision for paying off the American debts should be made.
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Document, 1785 April 15

16. Document, 1785 April 15

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 April 15
  • Summary: Sends Jefferson's commission to succeed Franklin at Versailles. Encloses the table of duties for French ports. Treasury Department now organized. Provision for paying off the American debts should be made.
  • Number of Images: 2
Document, 1785 August 13

17. Document, 1785 August 13

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 August 13
  • Summary: Sends Jefferson papers on a case where there seems to be lack of justice. The claims of humanity merit our good offices. Inquiries to the proper authorities should be made.
  • Number of Images: 1
Document, 1785 August 13

18. Document, 1785 August 13

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 August 13
  • Summary: Convention on consular powers still under consideration. Congress now preparing a requisition on the states for supplies which should establish our credit. The harvests are good but food is high priced. Thus, there is money but...
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Document, 1785 August 13

19. Document, 1785 August 13

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 August 13
  • Summary: Convention on consular powers still under consideration. Congress now preparing a requisition on the states for supplies which should establish our credit. The harvests are good but food is high priced. Thus, there is money but...
  • Number of Images: 4
Document, 1785 August 13

20. Document, 1785 August 13

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 (Addressee)
  • Date: 1785 August 13
  • Summary: Sends Jefferson papers on a case where there seems to be lack of justice. The claims of humanity merit our good offices. Inquiries to the proper authorities should be made.
  • Number of Images: 2