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Folder 3

 Container

Contains 34 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1809 December 24

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262317
Scope and Contents Letter, William B. Street, Norfolk, Virginia to Samuel Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Street is tired of the criticism of the embargo. "I can see nothing but wisdom and firmness guiding our councils and reason and humanity sitting at the helm." Hints at John's interest in a girl who passed through Williamsburg.

Correspondence, 1821 October 30

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262318
Scope and Contents Letter, Henry Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Sam Myers, Pensacola, Florida. Says that his Navy examination is to take place sooner than expected. Mrs. Bowland died yesterday of the fever.

Correspondence, 1812 August 6

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262319

Correspondence, 1823 December 8

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262320
Scope and Contents Winfield Scott, Washington, D.C. to Samuel Myers, Washington, D.C. Scott writes about Sam's search for employment with the government, and gives him a full recommendation. Also states that his father, Moses, "rendered very important services to the government during the late war."

Correspondence, 1808 April 25

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262714
Scope and Contents Letter, William B. Street, Norfolk, Virginia to Samuel Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Street still can't find the last book, does Sam want him to order it from Baltimore? Has Sam heard of the death of Mr. Dana? He is much regretted. Sam's father has been indisposed, but is better, the rest of the family is well.

Correspondence, 1808 May 30

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262715
Scope and Contents Samuel Mordecai, Richmond, Virginia to Samuel Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Mordecai is sending a copy of Rutherford's Institutes. Thinks too highly of Bonaparte to believe he has taken the stand toward the US that is reported. Still we will probably have to go to war with France or Britain to maintain our national sovereignty.

Correspondence, 1810 April 30

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262716
Scope and Contents Letter, Samuel Myers, Richmond, Virginia to Eliza Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Sam writes that he is thinking of coming home to Norfolk. He can study the law just as well there. Only the existence ofthe Law Society directed by Judge Taylor keeps him in Richmond. He hasn't worn the shirts she sent. Can she send a bottle of her medicine, the syrup?

Correspondence, 1818 November 1

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262717
Scope and Contents Letter, M.E. Levy, New York, New York to Samuel Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Discussion of Judaism.

Correspondence, 1808 March 3

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262718
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Samuel Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Moses received Sam's letters by Mr. Tetterel. Hopes Sam succeeded with the bishop. Also got a letter from John who had bad weather on his trip up. The schooner is back from St. Kitts with rum. Derkheim may have a charter for the Mediterranean.

Correspondence, 1808 March 19

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id262720
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Samuel Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Moses is much pleased by Sam's letter of March 12. "I am most fortunate in my children. I know not of any family like them and I hope the Almighty will indulge me with long life to enjoy blessings." Moses will postpone his visit until June. John hurt his thumb.