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John Page (1743-1808), Rosewell, Gloucester county, Virginia to Citizen St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 June 28

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242578

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Health forced him to leave before Congress adjourned. Simcoe's movements caused movements for strengthening government. Tucker's remarks on Hamilton's tax on wheel carriages good. Self believes it unconstitutional. Is writing Ode for July 4th. Daughter Peggy, Tucker's god-daughter, has whooping-cough. Subscribed to Eleazer Oswald's paper Independent Gazetteer for Tucker.


  • Creation: 1794 June 28


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From the Collection: 124.00 Linear Feet

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