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Letters to his daugher, Maria Jefferson Eppes, and his son-in-law, John Wayles Eppes 1783-1803.

Author: Thomas Jefferson; Maria Eppes; John Wayles Eppes
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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17[83] February 15: Jefferson, Baltimore, to Francis Eppes. Possibility of forming a company with Gov. [Abner] Nash to speculate in land between the Cherokee and Mississippi Rivers. If Jefferson goes to France, the responsibility would fall on Mr. Lewis and on Eppes. Determined to keep clear of anything that might make private interests interfere with public duties.
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Named Person: Thomas Jefferson; Thomas Jefferson
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Jefferson; Maria Eppes; John Wayles Eppes
OCLC Number: 647967260
Notes: Forms part of the Tracy W. McGregor Library.
Description: 10 items.

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17[83] February 15: Jefferson, Baltimore, to Francis Eppes. Possibility of forming a company with Gov. [Abner] Nash to speculate in land between the Cherokee and Mississippi Rivers. If Jefferson goes to France, the responsibility would fall on Mr. Lewis and on Eppes. Determined to keep clear of anything that might make private interests interfere with public duties.

[1791] January 5: Jefferson, Philadelphia, to Maria Jefferson, Monticello. Angry that she has not written. Mentions Charlottesville. Incorrectly dated 1790.

1791 July 31: Jefferson, Philadelphia, to Maria Jefferson, Monticello. Shipment of furniture. Asks where his ivory chessmen are.

[1791] October 18: Jefferson to Maria Jefferson. Instructions regarding her trip to Baltimore and Philadelphia. Mentions Mr. Giles.

1798 December 8: Jefferson, Monticello, to Maria Jefferson Eppes, Eppington. Fragment. Lucy has increased her family. Plans to set out for Philadelphia. News of John Wayles Eppes, Francis Eppes, Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., and Ellen Randolph.

1799 March 8: Jefferson, Monticello, to Maria Jefferson Eppes, Mont Blanco, Va. Martha Randolph has arrived from Belmont. Attempts to make Monticello habitable. Hopes for visit from Maria. Mentions John Wayles Eppes.

1800 July 4: .Jefferson, Monticello, to Maria Jefferson Eppes, Mont Blanco, Va. Dr. and Mrs. [William] Bache, and Mrs. Monroe are in the neighborhood. The "Forte piano" has arrived. Murder of Birch [Samuel Burch] by George Carter. Heavy wheat crop. Hopes for visit from Maria and John Eppes.

1802 May 1: Jefferson, Washington, to Maria Jefferson Eppes, Eppington. To leave for Monticello when Congress adjourns. Books for Maria. Spectacles for [Elizabeth] Eppes. Proposed visit by Maria to Monticello. Mentions Dr. Walker and John Wayles Eppes.

1802 October 7: Jefferson, Washington, to Maria Jefferson Eppes. Ill upon arrival. Details of Maria's proposed visit to Washington. John Wayles Eppes' bridle is delivered to Davy Bowles. Mentions [George] Jefferson.

1803 June 19: Jefferson, Washington, to John Wayles Eppes. Would prefer the Eppes come to Monticello rather than to stay at Bermuda Hundred. Advice on a plague of Hessian flies. Payment to Mr. Hancocke for syrup of punch. All well at Edgehill.

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