Thomas P. Jones collection  1834-1848
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Jones, Thomas P. An Address on the Progress of Manufactures and Internal Improvement, in the United States: and Particularly, on the Advantages to Be Derived from the Employment of Slaves in the Manufacturing of Cotton and Other Goods. Philadelphia: Published by Judah Dobson, agent, 108 Chestnut Street. Jesper Harding, printer, 1827.

Paimboeuf, Louis. Circular. Paimboeuf's Fire-proof Paint...: Washington, December 9, 1836…[and] March 1, 1837...Having Made My Second Public Experiment under the Superintendence and Direction of Dr. Thomas P. Jones... [Washington, D. C.: 1837].

To Dr. Thomas P. Jones. Sir: Having Seen a Publication of Yours in the Globe of the 17th Instant...I Was Struck With the Bold Effrontery with Which You Deny That You Were Removed from the Patent Office... Washington: 1831.


Havlik, Robert J. "Jones, Thomas P." American National Biography Online. Oxford University Press: 2000. doi: 13-008833