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William Nelson, Jr. York County, Virginia, to Robert Saunders, 2 March, 1790

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169710
Scope and Contents

2 pages on 1 leaf. Autograph letter signed. Lawsuits and money owed.

William Clairborne, at Richmond, to Robert Saunders, at Williamsburg, 18 August, 1790

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169712
Scope and Contents

2 pages on 1 leaf. Autograph letter signed. Escape of Yarbrough who owes money to Blair from jail. Willing to give Yarbrough a year longer if can get deed of trust.

Margaret Page, at Rosewell, Gloucester County, Virginia, to her sister, Mrs. McLaine, at Edenton, North Carolina, 22 February, 1796

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169714
Scope and Contents

3 pages on one leaf. Bears seal. Death of her sister's fiancé. Can't visit but entreats sister to come to her to live. Arrival of General Wayne in Philadelphia. Can she get a letter to sister Penny and Mr. Dawson. Health of her children, Gregory and Peggy.

Margaret Page, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina, March 18, 1818

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169718
Scope and Contents Sister. Illness of her poor Barbara. Peggy helped. 4 children. Herrings. Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer. Unhappy by late proceedings of President and Professors. General impression their conduct equally reprehensible as that of the students. Sorry Samuel signed remonstrance. She would have tried to stop him. Boards with Mr. Tazewell. Piece in Enquirer. Mrs. Byrd's accounts of lots in Lynchburg. Will retract two words. Note: This letter refers to the reprehensible conduct of the faculty and students of...

Margaret Page, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina, September 17, 1818

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169721
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents Margaret Page, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina. Worried re: her. Death of Chancellor Nelson. My John visiting springs. Lucy, Barbara and myself went to Gloster Gloucester County, Virginia Expectation of visiting Peggy. Waiting for payment for Grain sale. Lucy delighted at thoughts of visiting William. Dr. Hare appointed Professor of Chemistry at Medical College at Philadelphia. Dear William, Maria and Mr. Skinner. Illegible SAR handwriting Mr....

Margaret Page, at Williamsburg, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina, 16 April, 1819

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169723
Scope and Contents

3 pages on 1 leaf. Birth of Maria's Skinner child. Condition of her shoulder that was operated on 12 years before. Invites her and our dear William to visit. Daughter Barbara has returned from Richmond and granddaughter Peggy, tho unable to walk is thought by physicians to be in a fair way of perfect recovery. Rest of her children quite well.

Margaret Page, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina, 13 August, 1819

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169726
Scope and Contents

Death of Mrs. Henry Skipwith. (Elizabeth Byrd). Extreme heat. Son has left.

Margaret Page, at Elmington, Gloucester County, to Mrs. Lowther, at Edenton, North Carolina, 23 September, 1819

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: id169729
Scope and Contents 3 pages on 1 leaf. Her sister's health. At Elmington visiting daughter. Granddaughter Peggy still unable to use leg. Son John has situated at Union Town, Monroe County, Virginia near White and Sweet Sulphur Springs. Disappointed to hear from Mr. Blair that Mr. Skinner has been in Richmond and she had not seen him. "Lucy is delighted at the thought of having William's picture...wishes above all things to see the little Penelope." "Present us most affectionately to our beloved Maria and...