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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series (all volumes) | E |  Eppes, John Wayles (TJ’s son-in-law)

Subentries

– and batture controversy [6 references]

– and W. Bentley [4 references]

– on British threat to Washington [1 reference]

– challenges J. Randolph to duel [1 reference]

– and Committee on Foreign Relations [1 reference]

– copies J. Madison’s notes from Federal Convention [1 reference]

– on destruction of Washington [1 reference]

– election of [3 references]

– and R. Fitzhugh [2 references]

– on foreign affairs [1 reference]

– on A. Gallatin’s nomination [1 reference]

– and Gilliam v. Fleming [11 references]

– and O. Hanbury’s executors [2 references]

– health of [2 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– illness of [3 references]

– and W. Lambert’s astronomical calculations [1 reference]

– letters from [14 references]

– letters from accounted for [9 references]

– letters to [27 references]

– letters to accounted for [2 references]

– mentioned [2 references]

– on party sentiment in Congress [2 references]

– and proposed land exchange with TJ [2 references]

– receives slaves from TJ [1 reference]

– recommends W. J. Harris [2 references]

– relationship with son [18 references]

– rents part of Lego [1 reference]

– reports convoy bill [1 reference]

– and reports of George III’s death [1 reference]

– and sale of Pantops [6 references]

– sends book manuscript to TJ [2 references]

– and sheep [2 references]

– slaves of [2 references]

– TJ on [1 reference]

– TJ sends batture pamphlet to [1 reference]

– TJ sends furniture to [1 reference]

– and TJ’s letters on finance [10 references]

– and TJ’s memorandum on U.S. Bank [2 references]

– and TJ’s newspapers [2 references]

– TJ visits [2 references]

– travels to N.C. [7 references]

– on War of 1812 [3 references]

– on wartime finance [1 reference]

– and J. Wayles’s papers [1 reference]

– and Ways and Means Committee [2 references]

– on W. Fla. controversy [2 references]