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cessor.

To THOMAS JEFFERSON, from Mr. Madison, and

THEODORICK BLAND. Philadelphia, De-

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

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

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.

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claims, and some facts relative to the subject stated.

To EDMUND RANDOLPH. Philadelphia, April 23,

1782

121

Negotiations in Europe relative to the proposed mediation of Vi-

enna and Petersburgh-Letter from Mr. Dana—The Committee

130

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

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 atiempted 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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