CANTO XXXI - SOURCES

 

Monticello inside

  1. “modern dress for your statue”; “congress sat at Annapolis” –  TJ to George Washington, 14 August 1787 WTJ VI: 274-8. 275.
  2. “no slaves north of Maryland” – TJ to Richard Price, 7 August 1785 WTJ V: 55-7. 56.
  3. “flower found”; “screw more effective” – TJ to Dr. Styles, 17 July 1785 WTJ V: 36-8.
  4. “you expressed a wish” – TJ to Thomas Paine, 18 March 1801, WTJ X: 223-5.
  5. “English papers... their lies” – TJ to James Monroe, 1 August 1785 WTJ V: 99.
  6. “Tobbacco... too much” – TJ to Count of Vergennes, 15 August 1785 WTJ V: 68-76.
  7. “Maison Quarée” – Autobiography WTJ I: 1-164. 68.
  8. “That country ... this country” – TJ to James Madison, 2 August 1787 in WTJ VI: 212-6.
  9. “Beaumarchais” – TJ to John Jay, Paris 6 August 1787, WTJ VI: 248.
  10. “Potomac”; “not a crowned head” – TJ to George Washington, 2 May 1788 WTJ VI: 447-8.
  11. “Lafayette ... ignoranceJohn Adams to TJ, 13 July 1813 WTJ XIII: 306-10.
  12. “not proper for the eye of the police” – TJ to Joel Barlow, 16 April 1811 WTJ XIII: 44-5.
  13. “indebted to no one ... Gallatin” – TJ to William Wirt, 3 May 1811 WTJ XIII: 50-55.
  14. “Adair too had his kink” – TJ to John Adams, 11 June 1812 WTJ XIII: 156-61.
  15. “public blessing” – TJ to John Wayle Eppes, 6 November 1813 WTJ XIII: 421.
  16. “Man, a rational creature” – John Adams to TJ, 15 November 1813 WTJ  XIV: 1-10.
  17. “Gosindi” – TJ to Charles Thomson, 9 January 1816 WTJ XIV: 385-6.
  18. “this was the state of things” – TJ to Benjamin Austin, 9 January 1816 in WTJ XIV: 390.
  19. “met by agreement” – TJ to Dabney Carr, 9 January 1816 WTJ XIV: 398-99.
  20. “church of St. Peter”; “human reason” – John Adams to TJ, 2 February 1816 WTJ XIV: 423-24.
  21. “tiel leis” – TJ to John Cartwright, 5 June 1824 WTJ XIV: 49.
  22. “Bonaparte” – TJ to John Adams, 5 July 1814 WTJ XIV: 145-6.
  23. “paupers” – TJ to Thomas Cooper, 10 September 1814 WTJ XIV: 181.
  24. “with respect to his motives” – James Madison to TJ, WJM April 1811 VIII: 137-149.

Summing up: Chapter XXX. Jefferson and/or Mussolini.

Note on Sources.

 

REFERENCES

Jefferson, Thomas. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Eds. Andrew Lipscomb and Albert Ellery Bergh. Memorial Edition. Washington DC.: The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1903-4. 20 vols. Hathi Trust.

Madison, James. “Memorandum as to Robert Smith (April, 1811).” In The Writings of James Madison. Ed. Gaillard Hunt. 9 vols. New York: Putnam & Sons, 1900. VIII: 137-49.

Pound, Ezra. Jefferson and/or Mussolini. London: Stanley Nott, 1936. 114-9.

 

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