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Criticism of an editorial in The Virginian; endorsement by James Barron Hope concerns his reply. Endorsement by J[aney] B[arron] H[ope] M[arr]tells how this led to a near duel.
Scope and Contents A demand for "satisfaction" sent by the hand of his friends Capt. B. Martin and F. J. Roche.
S. Barron, "Malvern," near Loretto, Essex County, Virginia, to Capt. J[ames] Barron Hope,Norfolk, Virginia, 27 August 1880
Editorial "The Code" which concerned the threatened duel between Col. Lamb and Capt. Hope, August 1880
Article by Janey Hope Marr in the Hampton Monitortitled "Correct Story of Hope-Lamb Affair", 1903-03-06T00:00:00.000
Printed notice of publication of "A Wreath of Virginia Bay Leaves", selected poems of James Barron Hope, edited by his daughter, Janey Hope Marr, undated
Oval miniature of Elizabeth Barron French, daughter of James Barron the Younger, and wife of Dr. George French, undated
With attached colored drawing on tissue, representing her departed spirit, and illustrated with flowers, willow tree, gravestone, etc.