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cessor.

To Thomas JEFFERSON, from Mr. Madison, and

THEODORICK BLAND. Philadelphia, Do-

cember 13, 1780

74

The complexion of the intelligence from Spain renders it necessary

that they should have explicit instructions as to their course on the

Mississippi question.

To JosEPH JONES. Philadelphia, December 19,

1780

76

Regrets that the Assembly had not taken up the subject of the
Western lands in time to have the result communicated to the
legislature of Maryland before their rising, and that so little pro-

gress had been made in levying soldiers.

To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, January

9, 1781

77

The mutiny in the Pennsylvania Line.

To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, January

16, 1781

79

Amold's incursion into Virginia-Further information relative to
the mutiny - Thinks the appointment of a Delegate-Extraordi-
nary to Congress unnecessary-Seven Philadelphia vessels caps
tured.

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To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, Septem-

ber 3, 1781

97

The Commander-in-Chief and Count Rochambeau on their way to

the South-Return of Col. John Laurens from his special mission

to France-Arrival of Admiral Hood with thirteen sail of the line

at New York.

To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, October

30, 1781

98

Congratulations on the success at York and Gloucester — The prace

tice of impressing—The subject of the Western Lands in connexion

with the interest of Virginia.

To Edmund PENDLETON. Philadelphia, Novem-

ber 13, 1781

101

The territorial cessions Suggests some handsome compliment to

the Marquis (de la Fayette) for his services in Virginia.

To Thomas JEFFERSON. Philadelphia, Novem-

ber 18, 1781

102

Proceedings in Congress relative to the territorial cessions, and
their character with reference Virginia-Encloses a paper con-

taining letters from Mr. Deane believed to be spurious.

To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, January

8, 1782

104

Opening of the bank instituted under the auspices of Congress-
Recommendation of Congress to subject all merchandize produced

in Great Britain to capture, &c.

To Thomas JEFFERSON. Philadelphia, January

15, 1782

106

Recapitulates the action of Congress relative to the territorial ces

sions-Requests information as to the origin of the rights of Vir-

ginia.

To EDMUND PENDLETON. Philadelphia, January

22, 1782

109

The perplexity of Congress with the case of Vermont.

To EDMUND RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, January

22, 1782

111

Concern occasioned by the repeal of the impost act by Virginia.

have reported in favor of Vermont-Observations relating to the
influence of Vermont, and the territorial claims on the politics of

Congress, May 1, 1784, 123.

To EDMUND RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, May —,

1782

125

Enclosing a gazette containing information relative to peace with

· England - Danger of a separate peace between the Dutch and

Great Britain-Letters from Mr. Jay and Mr. Carmichael-— The

progress of the Western subject.

To EDMUND RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, May 14,

1782

127

Arrival of the Ceres man-of-war at New York with Sir Guy Carle

ton, and informatiou relative to peace - The territorial business

postponed sine die-Accounts from the West Indies of an engage

ineat belween the two fleets-A letter from General Washington

enclosing a communicatiou from Sir Guy Carleton relative to Peace

-Action of Congress relative to the birth of the Dauphin - Answer

to Mr. Dana's letter-Alarmed at the probability of a revival of

paper currency.

To Edmund RANDOLPHI. Philadelphia, May 21,
1782

130

Explanations-Disheartened by the termination of the territorial

business.

To Edmund RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, May 28,

1782

130

A letter from Dr. Franklin announcing an aid from France of sis

millions of livres, &c.-- Public reception of Mr. Adams by the

province of Friesland - The Court of London has proposed for a

separate peace with France, an insidious step-Deputations from

Congress to visit the Eastern and Southern States-Uneasiness of

the Minister of France at reports from Virginia-A letter from

Dr. Franklin stating that the British Court had attempted to tam.

per with him and Mr. Adams, with other European news'

- The

Department of Finance unable to supply means for the opening of

the campaign—The right of Congress to grant flags.

To Edmund RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, May 29,

1782

134

The resolution of the House of Delegates touching the exportation
of tobacco -- The variation between Congress and Virginia dis-
cussed-A source of regret.

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