Colonel Philip Ludwell Lee letter to Colonel George Fairfax
Scope and Contents
Two page letter from Green Springs plantation in Williamsburg, Va. regarding a land transaction between Lee and Colonel Fairfax. Lee regrets the delay but notes that once he is home and in front of the mentioned papers that he will settle their transaction at that time. A transcription is included with the letter.
- Creation: 1760 April 28
- Lee, Philip Ludwell (Person)
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Purchased from Neverbird Antiques with funds from the Lyon Gardiner Tyler Library Endowment, 2018.
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