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Folder 67

 Container

Contains 6 Collections and/or Records:

Moses Myers to John Myers, 1816 March 8

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238990
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1816 March 8

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238991
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to John Myers, Baltimore, Maryland. Written on copy of letter from Joseph Marx March 4 1816, offering $10,000 as a wedding present to Sam & Louisa. Moses says Sam has seen the letter from Joseph Marx, but makes no comment.  Moses doesn't know what he intends.  There is a meeting at the bank to decide how to bring specie into the vaults.

Correspondence, 1811 June 4

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238996
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to John Myers, London, England. Moses assumes several friends have already written to John about "the unfortunate business."  Laments that Sam suffered his feelings to get the better of his reason.  Sam's friends William Nivison and Tabb are always with him, John Southgate is a friend.

Correspondence, 1811 June 13

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238997
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to John Myers. John's mother and Adeline are in better health and spirits.  Moses is looking to business after absence of 15 days.  Sam bears jail with fortitude.  He is astonishing favorite of all.  Moses is dispatching small vessel to Tenerife & Brig Ann to Dublin for General King.

Correspondence, 1811 September 12

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238998
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to John Myers, c/o R. Gilmor & Sons, Baltimore, Maryland. Moses hopes that John had a safe landing in New York.  He had to remove Sam from the Norfolk jail to Portsmouth which should have been done long before.  Optimistic of outcome.  Norfolk Packet arrived from Cadiz.  Stone did well. Politics are much interwoven in Sam's affair.

Correspondence, 1811 June 4

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238999
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to John Myers, London, England. Moses has had "a heart rending time of it." The worst is past. Joseph Marx has been a guardian angel. John's mother and sister are getting their spirits back. Thinks it advisable that John return, but not come directly to Norfolk because of the season.