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George Hay to Lloyd Nicholas Rogers, 1829 September 23

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 20
Identifier: id293329

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Scope and Contents George Hay, "Oak Hill," Loudon County, Virginia, to Lloyd Nicholas Rogers, Baltimore, Maryland. Comments on misfortune which befell his [LNR] son; tells of Mrs. Hay's concern about her daughter travelling so much; notes that Mr. Monroe is quite feeble; Mr's. Ringgold, Swann, C.F. Mercer, and Henderson have visited. 3 pages. Autograph letter signed, including complete wax seal of the Hay family crest (cracked).


  • Creation: 1829 September 23


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