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The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 10: May 1816 to January 1817 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1: 1760-1776 by Thomas Jefferson1
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2: 1777-18 June, 1779, including the Revisal of the laws, 1776-1786 by Thomas Jefferson2
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 3: 18 June, 1779 to 30 September, 1780 by Thomas Jefferson3
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 4: 1 October, 1780 to 24 February 1781 by Thomas Jefferson4
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 5: 25 February 1781 to 20 May 1781 by Thomas Jefferson5
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 6: 21 May 1781 to 1 March 1784 by Thomas Jefferson6
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 7: 2 March 1784 to 25 February 1785 by Thomas Jefferson7
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 8: 25 February to 31 October 1785 by Thomas Jefferson8
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 9: 1 November, 1785 to 22 June, 1786 by Thomas Jefferson9
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 10: 22 June to 31 December, 1786 by Julian Boyd10
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 11: 1 January to 6 August, 1787 by Thomas Jefferson11
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 12: 7 August 1787 to 31 March, 1788 by Julian P. Boyd12
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 13: March to 7 October, 1788 by Thomas Jefferson13
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 14: 8 October 1788 to 26 March, 1789 by Thomas Jefferson14
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 15: March 1789 to 30 November 1789 by Thomas Jefferson15
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 16: 30 November 1789 to 4 July, 1790 by Thomas Jefferson16
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 17: 6 July to 3 November 1790 by Thomas Jefferson17
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 18: 4 November 1790 to 24 January 1791 by Thomas Jefferson18
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 19: 24 January to 31 March 1791 by Thomas Jefferson19
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 20: 1 April to 4 August 1791 by Thomas Jefferson20
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Volume 21: Index, volumes 1-20 by Thomas Jefferson21
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 22: 6 August 1791 to 31 December 1791 by Thomas Jefferson22
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 23: 1 January to 31 May 1792 by Thomas Jefferson23
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 24: 1 June to 31 December 1792 by John Catanzariti24
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 25: 1 January to 10 May 1793 by John Catanzariti25
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 26: 11 May to 31 August 1793 by Thomas Jefferson26
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 27: 1 September to 31 December 1793 by John Catanzariti27
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 28: 1 September to 31 December 1793 by Thomas Jefferson28
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Volume 29: 1 March 1796 to 31 December 1797 by Thomas Jefferson29
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 30: 1 January 1798 to 31 January 1799 by Thomas Jefferson30
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 31: 1 February 1799 to 31 May 1800 by Thomas Jefferson31
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 32: 1 June 1800 to 16 February 1801 by Thomas Jefferson32
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 33: 17 February to 30 April 1801 by Thomas Jefferson33
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 34: 1 May to 31 July 1801 by Thomas Jefferson34
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 35: 1 August to 30 November 1801 by Thomas Jefferson35
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 36: 1 December 1801 to 3 March 1802 by Thomas Jefferson36
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 37: 4 March to 30 June 1802 by Thomas Jefferson37
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 38: 1 July to 12 November 1802 by Thomas Jefferson38
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 39: 13 November 1802 to 3 March 1803 by Thomas Jefferson39
The papers of Thomas Jefferson. Retirement series by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series: all/unknown
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 1: 4 March 1809 to 15 November 1809 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 1
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 2: 16 November 1809 to 11 August 1810 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 2
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 4: 18 June 1811 to 30 April 1812 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 4
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 5: 1 May 1812 to 10 March 1813 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 5
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 6: 11 March to 27 November 1813 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 6
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 7: 28 November 1813 to 30 September 1814 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 7
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Retirement Series: Volume 8: 1 October 1814 to 31 August 1815 by Thomas JeffersonRetirement Series 8

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