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Martha Lowther Page, Williamsburg, to St. George Tucker, Warminster, Nelson County, Virginia, 1818 August 26

 Item — Box: 36, Folder: 16
Identifier: id216780

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Mrs. Innes recovered. Sally Nelson recovered. Mourn Mr. Nelson. Dr. Smith thinks Mrs. Nelson not very ill. Is said Navy Depot will be on York River and canal connecting two rivers. Land value rises. John Page met Jefferson at Springs. Mrs. Byrd wrote Mr. Saunders that George Tucker thought Roanoke in Pittsylvania a good place for a young lawyer. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Avery only two in Williamsburg who have suffered complaints of the season. Mrs. Lang goes tomorrow to Careys Brook. Tucker's servants all well but Robin.


  • Creation: 1818 August 26


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From the Collection: 124.00 Linear Feet

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