Contains 71 Results:
n.d. 2 envelopes; the first addressed to James M. Booker at Moore’s Ordinary Post Office, Prince Edward County, Va. The second addressed to Selina Powell, Charlotte County, Va.
Discusses using power of attorney to appoint Mason an agent to collect rents in Loudoun county from Mildred A. B. Lewis and Blackford for himself and as attorney in fact for Mrs. Macfarlane.
Sim is confident that Powell will make the right decision in the Election of 1800; asks for copy of the Congressional report on revenue; Powell’s prospects in next election.
21 October 1840. St. Leger Carter, Port Conway, King George County, Conway, Va. to Major Newton Keane.
Chancellor Livingston said that Powell had no case, since claims of citizens were surrendered by the Convention with France in 1800; however, if proof can be supplied, it may be worthwhile to bring the claim before the French government. Also mentions Monroe’s fall from horse and sickness.
Llewellyn thinks that Charles’ idea of going to Maryland to practice law is a good one. Charles’ impending marriage to Selina. Llewellyn’s wife and child are well.
Land arrangement with Hite, Col. Greenup; danger bringing money through the wilderness; Alexandria and 10 mile [District?]; his warrants northwest of Ohio; Kentucky admitted to union. Includes typed transcription.
Discusses various personal matters, such as his mathematics studies; his tutor advised playing shuttlecock; the pain in his breast is better; Llewellyn is pleased with college; students inhaling gas and the resulting antics; asks for the Leesburg newspaper; Llewellyn is in need of a loan.