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Box Small Collections Box 19

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Contains 63 Collections and/or Records:

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter written by Mrs. M.W. Palmer to her son, W. Palmer, who is an organ builder in St. Louis, Mo. and concerns family news. Includes note from  W. Palmer's brother.

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Parham writes Mann Page of Prince George County, Va. to give him his recommendations for members to serve on a committee of a Masonic organization and to express the wish that Page remain as grand master of Masons of Virginia for another year. 24 November 1894.

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: S.H. Parker, Va. L[and] Off[ice], Richmond, [Va.], to Hon[ora]ble G[ideon] D. Camden. Topics include a land warrant and a visit to Norfolk where he saw Governor Wise and notes the lack of support for Stephen A. Douglas.  States that Douglas men are "know-nothings,: and quotes (Wise), "there are a few brawling politicians who make a noise, but it is in vain to kick against the pricks."

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter by Charles Carter, Ludlow Farm,  to Edmund Pendleton 23 August 1783. Concerns the sale of lands belonging to Carter's grandfather Robert "King" Carter,  to pay off Charles Carter's debts to the estate of John Robinson being administered by Pendleton.

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Indenture of the apprenticeship by the Overseers for the Poor of the Parish of Bridgewater in Somerset of William Harris to Robert Poasey, a mason.  8 July. 1691.  DS.  1 p.

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter from John Randolph, Bizarre, to Citizen [James Brown] about "the bearer...brings...Tobs..." and "Quasha brings Mr. Brown some Butter..."  He writes that  "...we are almost frozen to death, & if the weather continues as it is now, expect to hear that all the northern trade is embargoed - which will be very unfortunate for our Yankee brethren since they will have no stories to give us of French Piracy - Mr. Webster must then be dumb."  Dec 22, 1798.  He noted date as:  22d Decr. 22d...

Small Collections Box 19

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Bond of Benjamin Robinson with John Curtis, Jr. and Charles Holden of Northampton County, [Va.].  January 29, 1678.

Letters, 1860 Jan. 7, Feb. 29

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 19, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, 1860, of John S. Millson (1808-1874), US Congressman, and autobiographical data submitted for Charles Lanman's Dictionary of the United States Congress.

Papers, 1888-1928

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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letters, 1888-1928, written to William G. Stanard, secretary of the Virginia Historical Society and editor of the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography concerning historical and genealogical matters. Includes letters from Benjamin Stoddert Ewell, J. Franklin Jameson, Lyon G. Tyler, and W. A. R. Goodwin. Some of the letters concern the College of William and Mary and the history of Williamsburg, Va. June 15, 1925, letter from W. G. Stanard to E.G. Swem concerning a portrait of General R. E....

Letter, 1799 Oct. 29

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 19, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter from William Russell, Middletown, to William Augustine Washington, Gaywood, near Fredericksburg, Virginia about Russell's offer to sell lands in Stafford County to General Lee and his friend.