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Notebook of Nicholas Cabell and others, 1750-1779

 Item — Box: 10
Identifier: id166514

Scope and Contents

22 pages. Manuscript Volume 6. Notebook in multiple hands, one being Nicholas Cabell's (1750-1803). Based in Amherst, Va., Cabell was a notable Virginia politician in the latter half of the 18th century. Notebook contents include merchants' arithmetic problems and various memoranda and notes on accounts, debts, writs, prices, and wights. Dates in the notebook include 1750 and 1779.


  • Creation: 1750-1779


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Conditions Governing Access:

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From the Collection: 7 Linear Feet