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Folder 54

 Container

Contains 8 Collections and/or Records:

Alexander Tunstall to Moses Myers, 1827-1828

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238576
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

P. G. Washington to John Myers, 1827 December 12

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242022
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Larkin Smith to Myer Myers, 1836 February 18

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id253841
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1827 June 1

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238577
Scope and Contents Letter, Alexander Tunstall, Norfolk, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Tunstall received Moses' letter of today offering him appointment as Deputy Collector and asking his views on compensation. Tunstall is happy to take the position, but can't take less than his current salary of $1000 per year. Collector's job doesn't pay much: $130 last month.

Correspondence, 1827 June 5

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238578
Scope and Contents Letter, Alexander Tunstall, Norfolk, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. At Moses' request, Tunstall lists expenditures and emoluments of the Collector for the five year period to December 31, 1826.

Correspondence, 1828 February 14

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238579
Scope and Contents Letter, Alexander Tunstall, Norfolk, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Tunstall received Moses' letter of February 10. Things go on slowly. Last foreign ship arrival was January 30. Hampton cutter (Captain Westword) finally on active service. Parker's health still bad. Has heard nothing of JM's trip to Washington. Expects tariff debate.

Correspondence, 1828 June 14

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238580
Scope and Contents Letter, Alexander Tunstall, Norfolk, Virginia to Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Tunstall asked John Myers to relay his desire to apply for Inspectorship in place of the late Mr. Fulgham. He is qualified for the job by his seventeen years service of dealing in revenue matters. He has expenses of a large family. Even though he is currently paid by the government, it would not be inappropriate to also pay him as an inspector.

Correspondence, 1827 December 12

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242023
Scope and Contents Letter, P.G. Washington, Washington, D.C. to John Myers, Norfolk, Virginia. Washington sends John a copy of John's letter "in relation to the objections you supposed would be made to the appointment of your father as Collector of Norfolk." Also sends a list of the letters received at Treasury supporting Moses. The President may have more.