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The Founding Era Collection > The Papers of Thomas Jefferson > Main Series > Volume 2 (1777–18 June 1779) > Documents > The Petition of Thomas Johnson (and the Resultant Controversy between the House of Delegates and the Senate concerning the Right of the Latter to Amend Money Bills), [11 November 1777–24 January 1778]

Main Series | Volume 2 (1777–18 June 1779) | Documents | The Petition of Thomas Johnson (and the Resultant Controversy between the House of Delegates and the Senate concerning the Right of the Latter to Amend Money Bills), [11 November 1777–24 January 1778]

Editorial Note: The Petition of Thomas JohnsonI. Petition of Thomas Johnson, [before 11 November 1777]II. Report of Committee of House of Delegates on Right of Senate to Alter Money Bills, [4 December 1777]III. Reply of Senate to House of Delegates concerning Money Bills, [9 December 1777]IV. Notes on Money Bills, [before 9 January 1778]V. Communication from House of Delegates to Senate concerning Money Bills, [9 January 1778]VI. Reply of Senate to House of Delegates concerning Money Bills, [15 January 1778]VII. Draft of a Resolution concerning Money Bills, [before 13 January 1778]VIII. Resolution of the House of Delegates respecting the Claims of Thomas Johnson and Others, [24 January 1778]