THOMAS JEFFERSON HAND WRITTEN & SIGNED LETTER THANKING THE 76 ASSOCIATION OF CHARLESTON DATED MONTICELLO AUGUST 1. A COPY OF THE LETTERS IS. IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES. YOU ARE PURCHASING THE ORIGINAL LETTER AND A PART OF HISTORY. (1743 – 1826) Third President of the United States author and signer of the Declaration of Independence ceased the importation of slaves to America. “Th: Jefferson” at the head of the text 1p. Elliott which he has read with great pleasure. He assures them of his sensibility on this mark of their kind attention and salutes them with the tender of his high consideration and respect. Folds and a tiny marginal tear far from text else fine. The â76 Association was a society formed by elite Charlestonians in 1810 to pay homage to the Declaration of Independence. Benjamin Elliott delivered his address in St. Philip’s Church Charleston on July 4 1817. He praised the Founding Fathers urged that we follow their example praised victories in the War of 1812 and described how European countries had begun to emulate the United States with the French in particular realizing:… Republicanism was adorned with science patriotism and genius… Fine content Letter all in Thomas Jefferson’s hand signed “Th: Jefferson” at the head of the text 1p. Thomas Jefferson to the Seventy-Six Association, 1 August 1817, Founders Online, National Archives, Original source: The Papers of Thomas Jefferson , Retirement Series, vol. 11, 19 January to 31 August 1817 , ed. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014, p. The item “THOMAS JEFFERSON HAND WRITTEN & SIGNED LETTER THANKING THE 76 ASSOCIATION 1817″ is in sale since Sunday, July 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “rachelemandelgallery” and is located in Chicago Heights, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- President: Thomas Jefferson
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Signed by: THOMAS JEFFERSON