J. Lee to James Clarke, 1814 October 21
Scope and Contents
A letter, date October 21, 1814, addressed to James Clarke in Norfolk, Virginia from James Lee. Lee writes with a mix of business information and personal news. He thanks Clarke for his support and help and apologizes for not being able to help Clarke as quickly and as well. Lee then enumerates where affairs stand with several people who owe Clarke money or have business with him. Lee sends Clarke Louisa’s regards. He mentions Betsy, a friend of Louisa’s who was engaged to Clarke but died unexpectedly.
- Creation: 1814 October 21
- From the Collection: Ludwell Paradise, Lucy (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, James (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, Philip Ludwell (Person)
- From the Collection: Slater, Virginia Helena Lee (Person)
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From the Collection: 1.25 Linear Feet
From the Sub-Series: English