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St. George Tucker, Williamsburg to John Page, Philadelphia, 1794 January 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242517

Scope and Contents

Page's disposition of their model of the telegraph. He wishes it had been thought of as a memorial of his attachment to the United States. No doubt Page judged right in depositing it where it will be regarded as a curious trifle rather than an useful invention. Giles' motion respecting titled nobility becoming citizens. Approves of Page's, Giles' and Madison's speeches. Don't lose this amendment to the Constitution. Enclose an epigram which he thinks deserves a place in Oswald's paper.


  • Creation: 1794 January 12


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From the Collection: 124.00 Linear Feet

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