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John Monroe to James Monroe, 1805 April 28

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Identifier: id293303

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents John Monroe, Staunton, Virg[ini]a, to James Monroe, the court of St. James, London, England. Gives an account of the Monroe family history from the time of Charles I; details of his financial problems, his decision to leave Virginia, and the current situation of various family members. 6 pages. Autograph letter signed, including endorsement by James Monroe.


  • Creation: 1805 April 28


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From the Collection: 0.50 Linear Feet