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Box 1

 Container

Contains 283 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1828 January 26

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235738
Scope and Contents Letter, Joseph Anderson, Washington D.C., to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Anderson encloses a new commission as the Senate has confirmed Moses' appointment as Collector of Norfolk & Portsmouth. Moses must take the oath and enter into bond with wureties of at least $40,000. Forms of oath to be forwarded to District Attorney.

Correspondence, 1830 March 22

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235739
Scope and Contents Letter, Joseph Anderson, Washington D.C, to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Anderson writes that Moses' accounts of the Custom House have been adjusted for the 4th quarter of 1829.  A balance of $246,180 is due to the United States consisting of $160,326.17 bonds due, $81,541.55 bonds not yet due and $4312.63 cash.

Correspondence, 1830 March 24

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235740
Scope and Contents Letter, Joseph Anderson, Washington D.C., to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Anderson instructs  Moses to turn over to Conway Whittle all public property in his possession as Whittle has been named Collector of Customs for Norfolk & Portsmouth.  Moses to take duplicate receipts and send one copy to Treasury Department.

Correspondence, 1830 March 31

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235741
Scope and Contents Letter, Joseph Anderson, Washington D.C., to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Anderson informs Moses that his account as agent for the Marine Hospital for the 4th quarter of 1829 has been adjusted at the Treasury and a balance of $573.89 is due to Moses.

Correspondence, 1830 May 17

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235744
Scope and Contents Letter, John Barney, Washington, D.C., to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Barney sends Moses a copy of a bill for compensation which just passed the House. Barney also writes to John Myers asking him to send some strawberries to Baltimore by steamboat on Sunday, May 23, and encloses $3 to cover costs.

Correspondence, Undated

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235755
Scope and Contents Letter, James Barron to Moses Myers. Barron looks forward to dining with Myers, and with Captain Ryk.

Correspondence, Undated

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235756
Scope and Contents Letter, James Barron, Gosport, to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Asks Myers to send the address of Mr. Bille.

Correspondence, Undated

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235759
Scope and Contents Letter, James Barron, Gosport, to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Barron congratulates Myers on his appointment, and asks again for the address of Mr. Bille.

Correspondence, 1811 July 9

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235765
Scope and Contents Letter, J. Bohlen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Bohlen received Moses' letter of 4 July. George Lastimer was the one who told him about Taylor's assertions. Taylor is a son of a former Norfolk mayor. People agree that Sam's act was an honorable revenge nd the hasty act of youth.

Correspondence, 1784 April 20

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235770
Scope and Contents Letter, Henry Bromfield, London, United Kingdom, to Moses Myers, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Bromfield's letter will be delivered by man he has hired to act as Moses' manservant during his voyage to America. Pay to be 20 guineas per year. Brings clothes from Nesbit, also sends packet for LeRoy and Rev. Divine. Will write Codman in Boston about Moses.