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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 27 | R |  Randolph, Edmund

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– letter to [1 reference]

– letters from [4 references]

– and British trade restrictions [6 references]

– and case of Betsy brigantine [1 reference]

– and case of Jesse [1 reference]

– and Richmond address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality [1 reference]

– and Proclamation of Neutrality [3 references]

– and compensation for French prizes [3 references]

– and restoration of French prizes [3 references]

– and Galbaud's dispute with Genet [2 references]

– and Pagan v. Hooper [2 references]

– and coastal fortifications [3 references]

– and Knox's report on defense [1 reference]

– and British right to bring prizes into U.S. ports [1 reference]

– and case of Riviere [1 reference]

– and case of William Tell [1 reference]

– and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports [1 reference]

– and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters [6 references]

– and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S. [2 references]

– and French fleet in N.Y. [1 reference]

– and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S. [2 references]

– and Genet's recall [2 references]

– and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs [1 reference]

– and case of Flora [1 reference]

– and French right to fit out privateers in U.S. [2 references]

– and infractions of peace treaty [5 references]

– reviews TJ's correspondence [1 reference]

– and detention of French sailors [1 reference]

– and Genet's request for arms for French West Indies [1 reference]

– summoned to Germantown [1 reference]

– yellow fever threatens relocation of Congress [1 reference]

– and President's authority to relocate Congress [2 references]

– and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America [2 references]

– and Southwest Territory [1 reference]

– and maritime jurisdiction of U.S. [3 references]

– and case of Conyngham [3 references]

– and case of Pilgrim [2 references]

– and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American people [8 references]

– and case of Industry [2 references]

– and case of Moissonnier [1 reference]

– and case of Roehampton [2 references]

– and case of William [3 references]

– and Hamilton's opinion of French Revolution [1 reference]

– plans to retire [1 reference]

– access to public archives [1 reference]

– plans to write history of Washington administration [1 reference]

– and President's annual address to Congress [6 references]

– TJ delivers letter to [1 reference]

– and address of French consular commissions [2 references]

– and case of Lovely Lass [1 reference]

– and case of Prince William Henry [1 reference]

– and exequaturs for foreign consuls [2 references]

– and case of Dannery [1 reference]

– and case of Duplaine [1 reference]

– and case of Jane of Dublin [1 reference]

– and proposal for military academy [2 references]

– and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees [2 references]

– remains in Germantown after yellow fever epidemic [1 reference]

– and French trade restrictions [1 reference]

– and Mint [1 reference]

– and British captures of U.S. ships [1 reference]

– and case of Nancy [1 reference]

– and pardon for C. Freeman [1 reference]

– and G. Morris's recall [1 reference]

– advises J. Randolph [1 reference]

– and Genet's attempt to sue Jay and King for libel [5 references]

– letter to submitted to Washington [1 reference]

– and free ships and free goods [1 reference]

– succeeds TJ as Secretary of State [2 references]

– and case of Hope [1 reference]

– and Genet's right to appeal from Washington to Congress [2 references]

– and publication of Genet's correspondence [2 references]

– memorandum for [1 reference]

– as successor in TJ's law practice [4 references]

– and Patent Board [8 references]

– and Pa. land purchase [1 reference]

– and punishment of U.S. citizens committing murder on high seas [1 reference]

– manuscripts for [1 reference]