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Folder 4

 Container

Contains 19 Collections and/or Records:

J. Bohlen to Moses Myers, 1811 July 9

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id235763
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Captain Barrie to John Myers, 1813 November 20

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239846
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1811 March 3

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287423
Scope and Contents Letter, George Marx from Henrietta Marx, Richmond, Virginia. Long, flowery letter from Henrietta expressing her gratitude to George for his care of the family. Says that Richmond is very quiet. Mentions Mr. Mercer, Judith, Adeline Myers.

Correspondence, 1811 December 29

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287428
Scope and Contents Letter, George Marx from Henrietta Marx, Richmond, Virginia. In French. Names mentioned include Sally Conyers, Judith, Georgiana, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Wickham.

Correspondence, 1835 June 10

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287433
Scope and Contents Letter, Julia G. Barton, care of Philip Nelson, Esquire, near Millwood, Frederick County from Cary M. Barton, Richmond, Virginia. Letter from mother to daughter Julia, saying she has sent ten pieces of music to Julia for her to learn perfectly., commenting that "waltzes are not generally considered good practice for young beginners." Says that Julia's father will have written by now, and that his lack of letter writing is because he is so busy, not due to a lack of affection for her. Asks to be...

Correspondence, 1839 July 7

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287438
Scope and Contents Letter, Julia G. Barton, care of Samuel Marx, Richmond, Virginia from Richard W. Barton, Springdale. Apologizes for not writing. Hopes she is doing well with her dancing lessons. Received a letter from "your poor brother, Richard." Says Richard's writing has not improved and asks Julia to write to her brother frequently so that he will have more practive. Discusses possible arrangements for her return to Frederick.

Correspondence, 1832 November 27

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287443
Scope and Contents Letter, Julia G. Barton, Long Branch, to grandmother. Went to the Episcopal church last Sunday at Millwood to hear Bishop Meade. Hopes to see you and Aunt Hetty soon. Miss Evelyn sends her love.

Correspondence, 1839 October 28

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287448
Scope and Contents Letter, Julia G. Barton, care of Joseph Marx, Richmond, Virginiia from Cary M. Barton, Springdale, Virginia. Cary chides her daughter for not writing more often.  Says she is "still without assistance."  Susan Rector came for a few days but had a chill and had to go home. Julia is spending another year at Mr. Persica's school. Remind's Julia not to neglect her needlework. The other children ask for Juilia often. Mentions Aunt Emma and Aunt Eliza.

Correspondence, undated

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id287453
Scope and Contents Letter, Julia G. Barton, Sperryville, Virginia, from Richard W. Barton. Encourages Julia to "put aside childish things" and attend to her lessons.

Henry Dornton, Richard Drummond to Samuel Myers, 1807, 1808

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242672
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.