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Folder 61

 Container

Contains 18 Collections and/or Records:

Moses Myers to Drummond & Lamb, 1830-1831

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238610
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

John Myers to Sam Myers, 1801, 1823

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242291
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Myer Myers to Samuel Myers, 1808 - 1826

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id253850
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1830 December 16

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238611
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Drummond & Lamb, Trustees, Norfolk, Virginia. Moses would have responded earlier but for "the recent occurrence in my domestic relations [death of John]".  Drummond & Lamb have demanded furniture and slaves, but they foreswore them on October 28, 1819, and have no legal right to them.

Correspondence, 1830 December 16

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238612
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Drummond & Lamb, Trustees, Norfolk, Virginia. Draft of Item 1, Folder 61. Creditors agreed to let Moses hold furniture and slaves and instructed Lamb & Drummond to so act as trustees. "If after the lapse of more than 11 years, you repent of the measure" Moses will attempt to restore whatever remains.

Correspondence, 1831 August 4

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238613
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Drummond & Lamb, Trustees, Norfolk, Virginia. Drummond has demanded to see the books "belonging to my estate." Moses says they are at the counting house of Fred Myers where they have alsways remained and Mr. Taylor will deliver them to Drummond today or tomorrow.

Correspondence, 1808 April 12

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242292
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Sam Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Addressed c/o Littleton Tazewell, Williamsburg, Virginia. John had promised to write Sam fully upon his return but his thumb is troublesome. Asks if Sam will be studying mathematics? John is trying to find a math tutor for himself but can't find a capable one in town. He feels envious of the advantage Sam is taking of the embargo.

Correspondence, 1808 April 14

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242293
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Sam Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Addressed c/o Littleton Tazewell. Enclosed is a receipt for two kegs of Dutch herrings, one each for the Bishop and Mrs. Tazewell. The Thespians have performed once. John is in charge of the committee to distribute food. Has not accepted appointment as a Brigade Inspector, but all call him Major.

Correspondence, 1808 June 12

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242294
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Sam Myers. Sam's letter to John caused him to spend much time with the dictionary. Sam is lucky to be in school. It is too late for Myer, but Fred shall have every advantage. McQuire is Fred's tutor. William Nivison gave John letters relating to Nivison's duel. The dispute was foolish.

Correspondence, 1808 June 20

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id242295
Scope and Contents Letter, John Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Sam Myers, Williamsburg, Virginia. Moses is going to Williamsburg. John thinks Sam is wrong in his suspicions about Bassett in his letter of the 19th. John is on friendly terms with him. "Papa will however set this to right." If Sam stays on in Williamsburg after the examination John will write to him.