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The friendship grew stronger in the s, when Adams and Jefferson served diplomatic missions to Europe. While living in England and France, both Adams and his wife, Abigail, consoled Jefferson. While Jefferson had certainly celebrated the early and moderate bourgeoisie Revolution led by Mirabeau and his own friend Lafayette, it was the emergence of the violent Jacobin phase between , culminating in the infamous Reign of . 15 Before he left, Jefferson reminded Monroe of Lafayette's financial troubles, and Congress rewarded him with $, and a grant of land in Florida The tour enabled Lafayette to regain some political prestige in France, but although he participated in the French Revolution of and the Polish Revolution against Russia in , he. Enclosed in TJ to Josef Ignacio de Viar and Josef de Jaudenes, the Spanish agents in Philadelphia, 15 Jan. , forwarding “a letter to Mr. Short which covers one from his brother on their private affairs, and one from Th:J. also entirely of a private nature,” and requesting them to give the latter “the protection of their cover to some.
Thomas Jefferson (Ap – July 4, ) was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from to He had previously served as the second vice president of the United States between and The principal author of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson was a proponent. On Sept. 1, , Jefferson wrote to his closest friend Madison, “Every body, who can, is flying from the city, and the panic of the country people is likely to add famine to disease. William Short (–) was an American diplomat during the early years of the United States. He served as Thomas Jefferson's private secretary when the latter was a peace commissioner in France, and remained in Europe to take on several other diplomatic posts. Jefferson, later the third President of the United States, was a lifelong mentor and friend. Jefferson frees James Hemings, as promised in a written agreement made Septem The agreement promised Hemings his freedom if he trained a replacement in the art of French cooking. Having gained his freedom, Hemings moves to Philadelphia, but returns to Monticello in to work for wages as Jefferson's chef.