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Folder 1

 Container

Contains 46 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1882 March 21

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id253864
Scope and Contents Letter, "Sissie" to Kate M. Baldwin, Norfolk, Virginia. Sissie (unknown last name) writes with birthday greetings, talks of preparing Kate's trousseau.  Sissie is low on funds so she can't send a gift and may have to cancel her trip, hopes she will be welcome in Kate's new home.

Correspondence, 1885 October 23

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id253865
Scope and Contents Letter, Frank M. Etting, Concordville, Pennsylvania to Kate M. Baldwin. Etting says that Kate should use her own discretion in saving or destroying all or some of her mother's letters, and hopes Kate is feeling better.

Correspondence, 1811 July 28

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262281
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Liverpool, United Kingdom to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. John first heard of Sam's situation five days ago while in the country, and is now waiting to sail to New York.  Has talked with Colley of the Averick and gotten other news reports. Surprised Sam did not simply escape.  George Marx will help if Sam comes to the United Kingdom.

Correspondence, 1811 September 10

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262282
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, New York, New York to Moses Myers. John arrived last night after a 43 day passage. Will get luggage and depart for Philadelphia and Baltimore on the 12th. "Attempt the other day to rescue Sam (if really intended) was foolishly conducted." Must trust justice of the citizens. Saw Fisk, Friy, and Francis.

Correspondence, 1811 September 12

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262283
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. John left New York this morning with Gray. Saw Sol Moses and the Gratz's who are afflicted by the death of old Mr. Gratz. Left the Moses family in New York nearly as bad from Sally's sickness. Expects to get news from Joseph Marx here or in Baltimore. PS to Adeline on same page.

Correspondence, 1822 April 27

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262287
Scope and Contents Letter, Myer Myers, Richmond, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Myer discusses the price of coffee, sugar, molasses and "canal flour". Also talks about sale of bank stocks. Sent Moses's lemons to auction, no sale due to bad weather. Had a letter from George Marx who asks to be remembered to the family, and also reports that "no reliance whatever on Mercier who has behaved as ill as possible."

Correspondence, 1822 April 22

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262704
Scope and Contents Letter, Myer Myers, Richmond, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Has received the lemons and they are in bad condition, will try to sell to cover your costs. Some which are in good condition are selling for $4 a box. Coffee is in high demand, discusses prices of coffee, sugar and molasses.

Correspondence, 1784 September 29

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262705
Scope and Contents Letter, Samuel & Moses Myers, Amsterdam, Netherlands to Moses Myers, New York, New York. Sam writes lengthy letter expressing concerns with I. Moses & Co's dealings. Moses must stop them from drawing so much. Lists strategy for Moses' business dealings in US over the winter, shipping of tea, gin and spices to the US.

Correspondence, 1791 September 4

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262706
Scope and Contents Letter, Stephen Girard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Girard has Moses' letter of August 21 with Thomas Filchett's offer for the land held by Kendall. Girard agrees but the deed will not be transferred to him until the first payment is made on January 1, 1792. Moses and 2 or 3 other merchants will set the price on produce Filchett delivers.

Correspondence, 1791 November 24

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262707
Scope and Contents Letter, Stephen Girard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Girard received Moses' letter of November 15 on 10 barrels of coffee to William and James Douglas. Girard can't get hold of the Eastern Shore land. Relies on Moses who should "set fire to all the buildings sooner than to be imposed upon by a man of such loose principles."