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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Cumulative Index to vols. 1–20 | S |  Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von

Subentries

– letters to [71 references]

– letters from [52 references]

– book of military regulations [2 references]

– ordered to serve in southern department [1 reference]

– commands Continental troops [2 references]

– organization of Va. troops [4 references]

– relations with Muter [3 references]

– Senf's report to [1 reference]

– requisitions for army [3 references]

– relations with TJ [7 references]

– and militia [23 references]

– efforts to check British [2 references]

– plan for preventing desertion [1 reference]

– supplies for [11 references]

– orders as to arms issue [1 reference]

– copy of letter to retired officers sent to [1 reference]

– arms for [6 references]

– relations with Claiborne [3 references]

– ammunition for [1 reference]

– reinforcements for [2 references]

– praised by TJ [1 reference]

– correspondence with Davies [10 references]

– letters from cited [3 references]

– artillery for [1 reference]

– approves Maj. Claiborne as deputy quartermaster [4 references]

– desire to raise regulars [1 reference]

– unfamiliarity with Va. [1 reference]

– orders to Gen. Nelson [1 reference]

– gives Lawson command of advanced posts [2 references]

– plan for defending Hoods [3 references]

– opinion on raising of volunteer cavalry [1 reference]

– orders to Gen. Muhlenberg [1 reference]

– promises to remedy complaints [1 reference]

– orders court-martial [1 reference]

– asks for surgeons and medicine [1 reference]

– orders Capt. Irish to N.C. [1 reference]

– election to American Philosophical Society [1 reference]

– relations with Davies [2 references]

– permits Gibson to join Gen. Clark [4 references]

– correspondence with Greene [10 references]

– need for boats [1 reference]

– plans for fortifying Yorktown [1 reference]

– attitude toward Va. government [4 references]

– discontent with in Va. [1 reference]

– correspondence with Gen. Nelson [2 references]

– directions from Washington [1 reference]

– arrangements for issuing commissions [1 reference]

– and Westover affair [8 references]

– letters to cited [4 references]

– organization of quartermaster's department [1 reference]

– letters to, from Weedon, quoted [2 references]

– and recruiting officers [1 reference]

– relations with James Innes [3 references]

– cited on establishment of regular army [1 reference]

– consulted on means to oppose invasion [1 reference]

– memoranda of needs [1 reference]

– returns levies unfit for service [2 references]

– correspondence with Lafayette [6 references]

– request for gunpowder at Yorktown [1 reference]

– plan for defense of Va. [1 reference]

– correspondence with Claiborne [7 references]

– correspondence with Hare [5 references]

– accuses Va. government of delay in preparations [1 reference]

– Walker's explanation of angry letter from [1 reference]

– and Lafayette's landing [3 references]

– orders to William Lewis [1 reference]

– orders vessels to Turkey Island [1 reference]

– and half pay for officers [1 reference]

– on south side of James [1 reference]

– supplies for Portsmouth expedition [1 reference]

– views defenses at Portsmouth [1 reference]

– relations with Turberville [6 references]

– relations with Va. officers [1 reference]

– proposed plan against Cornwallis [4 references]

– on weakness of defense forces [1 reference]

– letter to, from Constable [1 reference]

– letter to, from Towles, quoted [1 reference]

– correspondence with Muhlenberg [5 references]

– British inquiries on [1 reference]

– orders from Greene [1 reference]

– views on British plans [1 reference]

– TJ sends extract of letter on Curle to [1 reference]

– and pay to Alexander Dick [1 reference]

– on protection of gun factory [1 reference]

– need of cavalry [3 references]

– Greene's confidence in [1 reference]

– refuses militia exemption to public workmen [1 reference]

– orders to Weedon [1 reference]

– correspondence with William Phillips [4 references]

– TJ requests letter from [1 reference]

– plan for defensive operations [1 reference]

– letters to, from Lomagne, quoted [2 references]

– correspondence with Innes [6 references]

– letters from, to Washington, quoted [2 references]

– informed of progress of British up the James [1 reference]

– letter to, from Senf [1 reference]

– letter to, from Gamble, quoted [2 references]

– letter to, from Ross, quoted [1 reference]

– letter to, from Langborn, quoted [1 reference]

– eagerness to join Greene [2 references]

– correspondence with Mary Willing Byrd [3 references]

– letter from, to John Nicholas [1 reference]

– letters to, from Turberville [4 references]

– and equipment of recruits [1 reference]

– correspondence with John Walker [2 references]

– letter to, from Continental Board of War, quoted [1 reference]

– desire to leave Va. [1 reference]

– letter from, to Speaker of Va. Senate [1 reference]

– letter to, from R. H. Lee, quoted [2 references]

– criticisms of [2 references]

– letter to, from Fairlie, quoted [1 reference]

– correspondence with Duval [1 reference]

– legislative request for inquiry into conduct of [1 reference]

– relations with Lafayette [3 references]

– strategy designed to keep war from Va. [1 reference]

– states reasons for moving southward [1 reference]

– illness of [1 reference]

– narrative of movements on leaving Point of Fork [1 reference]

– reward for services [4 references]

– and Society of Cincinnati [2 references]

– resigns commission [1 reference]

– letters to, from W. S. Smith, quoted [1 reference]

– wounded in riot [4 references]

– letter to, from Lovell, quoted [1 reference]

– mentioned [70 references]

– as British hostage [1 reference]