Draft of a letter to Franklin explaining the delay in the delivery of a package. Copy of a letter from Partick Henry detailing Mazzei's mission to Europe, Letter from "Citizen of Virginia" responding to criticism. Draft of a letter from Jefferson and from Mazzei.
Letter from Thomas Jefferson in Monticello, Virginia to Philip Mazzai, concerning the slae of Mazzei's house in Richmond, the plants sent by Mazzei, his enfeebled condition and the deaths of mutual acquaintances.
Letter from Thomas Jefferson, Pres. U.S. of Monticello to Philip Mazzei concerning collections made for Mazzei; political developments in the U.S.; his wish for tranquility.
Letter from Thomas Jefferson Pres. U.S. in Monticello to Philip Mazzei about Mazzei's financial affairs, and difficulties of making collections of debts.
One page autograph letter from Thomas Jefferson of Richmond, VA to Philip Mazzei regarding financial loans for the United States and news of the war.
Two page letter from Thomas Jefferson in Richmond, VA to Philip Mazzei assuring him that Ameican sentiment is against a separate pease with Great Britain; notes relations between French and American troops in America; speculates on necessity of Clinton's withdrawing from the Southern Colonies to defend New York: noting arrival of Marquis de La Fayette.
Four page autograph letter from Thomas Jefferson of Williamsburg, VA to Philip Mazzei reporting on accounts collected for Mazzei, the state of his lands and various emigres; news of the war.
Three page letter from U.S. Pres. Thomas Jefferson of Washington to Philip Mazzei informing him about the recovery of his health: seeds he has sent Mazzei: finances: new officers of cabinet.