Library of Congress
1758-1794, 6 items.
The papers of Thomas Mifflin include notes on metaphysics and the elements of the law of nature (1758-1759) made by him as a student at Philadelphia College, now the University of Pennsylvania.
In the Marian S. Carson Collection of Manuscripts, ca. 1656-1995, 26.4 linear feet.
Subjects include Thomas Mifflin. A finding aid is available in the library.
In the William A. Oldridge Collection of George Washington's Headquarters Staff Writings, 1775-1962, 200 items.
Correspondents include Thomas Mifflin. An index is available in the library.
In the Nicholas Van Dyke Papers, 1781-1793, 1 volume.
Correspondents include Thomas Mifflin.
In the Henry A. Willard II Collection, ca. 1743-1888, 0.8 linear foot.
Persons represented include Thomas Mifflin. A finding aid is available in the library.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1759, 1 volume.
A manuscript schoolbook titled "Abridgement of Metaphysics" used by Thomas Mifflin. The schoolbook contains essays on "Mente Humana," "Ontology," and "Of God and His Perfections."
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
1783, 1 item.
A letter from Thomas Mifflin to the governor of Virginia written on November 23, 1783. In the letter, Thomas Mifflin announces the arrival of Mr. Adams' secretary from France with the peace treaty.
1793, 1 item.
An order signed by Thomas Mifflin to James Martin signed on December 10, 1793. The order specifies payment of seventy dollars to James Martin.
University of Chicago Library
1786, 1 item.
An order signed by Thomas Mifflin to David Rittenhouse, for the payment of the salary of Robert Ralston, 1786 September 27. The order is to pay Robert Ralston twenty-seven pounds five shillings for his wages as a member of the General Assembly.
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