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Christopher Greenup, Loudoun County, Va., to Leven Powell, Kentucky., 1780 March 23

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 25
Identifier: id22728

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Hopes his LP quarantine at the "Mohongahaly" has been lifted; rumor that Charlestown has surrendered to the British after "spirited resistance"; an Irish ship had just arrived, confirming the account of Irish association for free trade or independence, with about 50,000 men enlisted to support their cause, under the command of the Duke of Leinster and Lord Shannon; several officers were taken at a "cock fight"


  • Creation: 1780 March 23


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From the Collection: 0.85 Linear Feet


From the Collection: English