To the Governor of Virginia, July 16th
Lead—Lead mines—Vacancies in Virginia battalions-Salt.
To Fielding Lewis, July 16th
To John Page, July 20th
Virginian seal-Motto-Foreigners—8th battalion-Camp
news-Return to Virginia.
To Francis Eppes, July 23d
Southern war news-Canada-Situation about New York.
To John Page, August 5th
Indian war-Virginian delegation-Howe's army-Duché's
To Francis Eppes, August 9th .
New York news—French politics—Affairs at Charleston and
To — August 13th
Public lands, Congressional sale of-Movements at New
To John Page, August 20th
New York news-Foreign rumors—Canadian affairs-Fleet
on Champlain-Indians-Military supplies.
Resolutions Relating to Hessian Officers, August 27th,
Resolutions on Peace Propositions, August 28th
To the President of the Continental Congress, Octo-
ber rith .
Declining foreign mission.
Notes on Religion, October
Bill to Abolish Entails, October 14th
Amendments to Bill to Abolish Entails, October 18th,
Bill to Remove Government, October 14th
Bill for Raising Infantry, October 28th
Bill Establishing County Courts, November 4th
Bill for Altering Rates of Copper Coin, November
Report on Upshur, November 28th