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Resigns Governorship.

Escapes capture at Monticello.
Returns to Monticello.

Assembly orders investigation of administration.
Appointed Peace Commissioner by Continental

Congress.
Declines appointment.

Injured by fall from horse.
At Monticello.

Prepares part of Notes on Virginia.
At Monticello.
At Monticello.
At Richmond.

Attends Assembly.
Committee appointed to state charges against

Nov. 5.

Jefferson.
Elected delegate to Continental Congress.
Added to Committee on Finance.
Voted the thanks of the Assembly.
On Committee on County Petitions.
On Committee to prepare Bill embodying reso-

lutions of Assembly.
On Committee to prepare Bill for better gov-

ernment of Western Counties.

26.

30.

Dec. 10.

12.

14. 18.

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At Richmond.

Son dies.
Leaves Richmond for Charlottesville.
At Charlottesville.

Resigns Governorship.

Escapes capture at Monticello.
Returns to Monticello.

Assembly orders investigation of administration.
Appointed Peace Commissioner by Continental

Congress.
Declines appointment.

Injured by fall from horse.
At Monticello.

? July

? Sept. 16. Oct. 28.

Prepares part of Notes on Virginia.
At Monticello.
At Monticello.
At Richmond.

Attends Assembly.
Committee appointed to state charges against

Jefferson.
Elected delegate to Continental Congress.
Added to Committee on Finance.
Voted the thanks of the Assembly.
On Committee on County Petitions.
On Committee to prepare Bill embodying reso-

lutions of Assembly.
On Committee to prepare Bill for better gov-

ernment of Western Counties.

Nov. 5.

26.

30. Dec. 1o.

12. 14.

18.

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ITINERARY AND CHRONOLOGY OF

1781.-Dec. 19.

20.

21.

1782.–Mar. 24.

Apr. 13.
May 8.

20,

Sept. 6.

22. Oct. 24.

Nov. 6.

8.

12.

26.

Dec. 19.

27.

1783.- Jan. 22.

31.

Declines appointment to Congress.
On Committee to revise Pension Bill.
On Committee to draft Naval Bill.
Granted Leave of Absence for remainder of

session.
At Monticello.
At Charlottesville.

Youngest daughter, Lucy Elizabeth, born.
At Monticello,

Martha Wayles Jefferson, his wife, dies.
At Monticello.
Ordered by Assembly into custody of Sergeant-

at-Arms.
At Richmond.
Attends Assembly in custody of Sergeant-at-

Arms.
Excused from attendance by Assembly.

Appointed Peace Commissioner to Europe.
At Ampthill, Chesterfield.
Leaves Monticello for Philadelphia.
Arrives at Philadelphia.
At Philadelphia
At Baltimore preparing to embark for France.

Departure suspended.
Leaves Baltimore.
At Philadelphia.

Congress withdraws appointment.
Leaves Philadelphia.
At Richmond for a fortnight.
At Tuckahoe.
Arrives at Monticello.

Elected delegate to Congress.

Drafts Constitution for Virginia.
At Monticello.
At Monticello.
At Monticello.
At Eppington.
Leaves Monticello.
Arrives at Trenton.

Attends Congress.

Feb. 14.

28.

4. Apr. 1.

II.

23. May 7.

15. June 6.

? 17.

July 18.

Aug. 31.
Oct. 12.

15.
Nov. 3.

4.

Congress adjourns to Annapolis.
At Philadelphia.
Leaves Philadelphia.
At Annapolis.

Lodges at Mrs. Gheesland's.

II.

21.

25.

1783-Dec. 13.

? 16.

16.

?

20.

22.

23.

24.

27. 1784-Jan. 2.

13.

14.

21.

23.

29.

Attends Congress.
Drafts report on Unfinished Business.
Appointed on Committee to report on Minister's

letters.
Reports on definitive Treaty.
Introduces resolutions relative to definitive

Treaty.
Reports on Minister's Letters.
Report read.
Reports on ceremonial for Washington.
Seconds motion on letters.
Makes motion for extra posts.
On Committee on letters of Governor of Massa-

chusetts.
Reports on ratification of Treaty.
Makes motion on British Treaty.
On Committee on N. H. memorial.
Reports ratification of British Treaty.
Reports Proclamation of British Treaty.
On Committee on N. H. memorial.
Reports on Zebulon Butler.
On Committee on Carlton's letter.
Reports on Allan's letter.
Reports on Committee of the states.
On Committee on French Minister's letter.
Removes to “Mr. Delany's" house.
Makes motions relating to papers.
Drafts deed of Virginia cession.
Reports on Government for Western Territory.
Reports on reduction of Civil list.
Reports on Indians,
Elected Chairman of Congress.
On Committee on Qualifications.
On Committee on Foreign letters.
On Committee to report on Indian officers.
Reports revised Government for Western Ter-

30. Feb. 11.

25.

27. Mar. 1.

5.

ritory.
Reports on Cession of Western Territory.
Reports on arrears of interest.
Congress considers report on Civil list.
Committee on qualifications report.
Moves resolutions for Commercial treaties.
Reports on circular-letter regarding Treasury.
Elected Chairman of Congress.
Grand Committee reports circular-letter,

12.

16.

19.

22.

23.

24.

30.

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