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|Named Person:||Thomas Jefferson; Thomas Jefferson|
|Material Type:||Biography, Manuscript|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Jefferson; John Wayles Eppes; Maria Eppes; Francis Eppes
1803 April 25, to Maria Jefferson Eppes: To present religious views in defense against libels. Wrote to Philadelphia for Dr. Priestley's History of the Corruptions of Christianity. John Wayles Eppes wrote from Bermuda Hundred that Francis Eppes over measles. Wants Martha and Maria at Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. P. Carr visited on way to Baltimore. Nelly Carr sick, returning to Dunlora. Mentions Eppington.
1803 May 12, to John Wayles Eppes: No news of Mr. Hancocke respecting the syrup of punch. Sent money for Eppes to George Jefferson. Problems, some involving Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., of exchanging Eppes's Bedford lands for Lego. Will lease Lego to Eppes in exchange for Bedford rents. Wants Maria at Monticello. Mentions Mr. Petty [Adrien Petit?], Garland Jefferson, and Shadwell.
1812 June 3: to John Wayles Eppes: Requests first consideration in the sale of Pantops. Half of debt brought on by Washington residence is paid. Suggestion that Francis be placed in Peter Carr's school.