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Letter from James Maury to Jonathan Boucher, 1763

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents Item 1: [James Maury], Albemarle [Co.], [Va.], to [Jonathan] Boucher, 22 Nov. 1763 7 pages. Autograph Letter. (B/1/2). Detailed consideration of a poetical letter by Boucher which is to be published by Royle; Boreas Self bowing to publish an article through the Maryland Gazette which vindicated the Virginia House of Burgesses voting an award of 2500 to Mr. Randolph for defending the House's opposition to the Governor's demand for a pistole for every land patent he signed because the Virginia...
Dates: 1763

Letters from James Maury to Jonathan Boucher, 1764 - 1767

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 24
Scope and Contents Item 1: James Maury to [Jonathan] Boucher, 7 July 1764 4 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/1/4). He apologizes for not having written since he had the pleasure of seeing Boucher. The death of Mr. [Robert] Jackson is their common loss. He hears Boucher is taking on the glebe of St. Mary's, and wishes him success. Comments that he thinks Boucher told him his sister is living with him. Item 2: [James] Maury, Albemarle [Co., Va.], to [Jonathan] Boucher, 30 Aug[ust] 1764 4 pages. Autograph...
Dates: 1764 - 1767

Letters from James Maury to Jonathan Boucher, 1768 - 1769

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 25
Scope and Contents Item 1: J[ames] Maury, Albemarle [Co., Va.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 29 Aug[ust] 1768 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/1/9). Tickell will attend the Treaty at Chiswell's mines with Boucher, if possible; the Indians may, however, insist on the Commissioners meeting them around the boundaries of the lands to be sold. Maury has been asked to preach in a remote corner of his parish to some of his parishioners who "are perpetually attacked by Childs [or Chiles] and his brother enthusiasts." He...
Dates: 1768 - 1769

Letter from Myles Cooper to Jonathan Boucher, 1773

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 26
Scope and Contents M[yles] Cooper, Kings College, New York, to [Jonathan] Boucher, Upper Marlborough, Maryland, 14 June 1773 3 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/2). Washington has brought hm Boucher's letter; he urges him to come to New York. Mr. Custis [Washington's stepson and Boucher's former pupil] is to enjoy special privileges at King's College as he is older than the other boys. Congratulates Boucher on his victory over two lawyers. Deplores number of Dissenters in America and is glad to hear that...
Dates: 1773

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1777

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 27
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Broadstreet, [London, Eng.] to John [Boucher] i.e., [Jonathan Boucher], 17 May 1777 1 page, Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/1). There is to be a hurried meeting of the Committee. He has endeavored to make Boucher's peace with Dr. Glasse [Rev. Samuel Glasse; D.N.B.]. "No engagement that may not be postponed to Bishop-making." Item 2: [William Stevens], Broadstreet, [London, Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 17 June 1777 1 page. Autograph Letter...
Dates: 1777

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1778 - 1780

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 28
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Broadstreet, [London, Eng.], to [Jonathan] Boucher, 9 April 1778 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/6). Stevens will call on Boucher with the Rector of Otham [his cousin, William Horne]. Item 2: [William Stevens], Broadstreet, [London, Eng.], to Jonathan Boucher, 9 July 1778 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/7). His time is taken up by rival commitments; he wishes Boucher success with his school, and enquires after...
Dates: 1778 - 1780

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1782 - 1784

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 29
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens] to [Jonathan] Boucher, 11 Jan[uar]y 1782 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/10). He has sent Boucher's bill for acceptance, but this cannot be done in time for his purposes. He has lent 200 to the Rector of Hanwell [Dr. Glasse]. He and Old Jones will visit Boucher on Sunday. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 17 April 1782 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed.  Signed with monogram. (B/3/11). He hopes to see Boucher...
Dates: 1782 - 1784

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1784 - 1785

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 30
Scope and Contents Item 1: W[illiam] [Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 15 Sept. 1784 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/16). He is directing this letter to Cyfarthfa where Boucher will be staying for two weeks; he hopes to see him in London on his return from Canterbury. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 26 Nov[embe]r 1784 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/17). Murder will out! He has been charged with the...
Dates: 1784 - 1785

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1786 - 1787

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 31
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to Jonathan [Boucher], 31 May 1786 1 page. Autograph Signed Letter. Signed with monogram. (B/3/23). He begs to be excused the task of finding lodgings for two single ladies. He is sorry to hear of the illness of John James [see A/1/54; he died 23rd Oct. 1786]. Old Jones is to preach at Shoreditch on Tuesday. Sam Glasse expects a letter from Boucher. Item 2: William Stevens, Otham, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 27 June 1786 2 pages. Autograph Letter...
Dates: 1786 - 1787

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1788 - 1789

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 32
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher] 9 Feb. 1788, 9 Feb. 1788 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/30). He asks for details of Boucher's visit to Lambeth. Boucher would appear to have written an injudicious letter to the Bp. of Carlisle [John Douglas, later Bp. of Salisbury; D.N.B.]. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 13 Feb[ruar]y 1788 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with Monogram. (B/3/31). He...
Dates: 1788 - 1789

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1790

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 33
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Kentbury, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 31 July 1790 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/38). He has heard that the living of Rochdale has been presented to one of his friends; can Boucher throw any light on this? He is going to stay with Dr. Gunning near Bath; should Boucher wish to go to Cyfarthfa, he would be tempted to accompany him. Item 2: [William Stevens], Kentbury, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 20 Aug[us]t 1790 2 pages. Autograph...
Dates: 1790

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1790 - 1791

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 34
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to Jonathan [Boucher], 24 Nov[embe]r 1790 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/45). Stevens has had visits from Peter Francklyn and Peter Waldo; "Gib." whom he calls the "Marquis de Tobago", is pressing Mrs. Richardson to settle a debt or to make over her estates to him as a security. Item 2: [William Stevens], Bath, [Eng.], to Jonathan [Boucher], 21 Dec[embe]r 1790 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram....
Dates: 1790 - 1791

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1791

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 35
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Bath, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 20 July 1791 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/50). He commends Boucher's business ability in dealing with the Robinson affairs. Has he met with a pamphlet called The English Freeholder ? Item 2: William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 27 July 1791 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed.  Signed with monogram. (B/3/51). He deplores his own lack of business ability; had he and Boucher trusted...
Dates: 1791

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1791

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 36
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Kentbury, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 25 Aug[ust] 1791 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/3/55).  He is returning to town, then to Otham. Frere writes that the Bishop [of Norwich] was well enough to preach the Infirmary Charity sermon. Stevens feels unequal to meeting the Richardson creditors without Boucher's support. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 1 Sept[embe]r 1791 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed.  Signed with monogram....
Dates: 1791

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1791 - 1792

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 37
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 9 Nov. 1791 1 page Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/61). From G.F.'s letter, it appears he is determined wilfully to misunderstand their actions; Mr. [?Brook] Bridges will see him to talk the matter over. Stevens does not recommend buying G.F. out because of a possible indebtedness to the Bacon estate. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 15 Nov. 1791 1 page Autograph Letter...
Dates: 1791 - 1792

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1793 - 1794

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 38
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 8 Feb[ruary] 1793 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/67). He does not think that he is qualified to look over Boucher's discourses. He has delivered Boucher's injunctions to Frere, and his answer to Dr. Morrice's invitation. Item 2: [William Stevens], Otham, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 11 Sept[embe]r 1793 2 pages Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/68). He gives an account of his...
Dates: 1793 - 1794

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1794 - 1795

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 39
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 15 Octo[ber] 1794 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/3/73). He has read and approved Boucher's letter to Anthony. He intends to visit him on Saturday, but unless his eyes recover from their complaint, he will have to travel by post chaise. Item 2: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 25 Octo[ber] 1794 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/74). The state of his eyes is improving....
Dates: 1794 - 1795

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1798 - 1799

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 40
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to Jonathan [Boucher], 25 Jan[uar]y 1798 1 page. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/78). However Miller Southgate may like the principles of Boucher's book, what will he think of his practices? He will probably expect to see a calf's head on the table at dinner. Item 2: [William Stevens], Kentbury, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 5 Sept. 1798 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/79). He and Boucher are both...
Dates: 1798 - 1799

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1800

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 41
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], London, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], 16 Jan[uary] 1800 1 page Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/81). As a tribute to Mr. Jones [Jones of Nayland, died 6 Jan.] he, Dr. Glasse, and Frank Randolph are to assist Mr. Gifford in publishing a biographical sketch; he asks Boucher to help them. Item 2: [William Stevens], Otham, [Eng.], to Jonathan Boucher, Epsom, [Eng.], 21 April 1800 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Signed with monogram. (B/3/82). He...
Dates: 1800

Letters from William Stevens to Jonathan Boucher, 1801 - 1803

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 42
Scope and Contents Item 1: [William Stevens], Kentbury, [Eng.], to Jon[athan] Boucher, Epsom, [Eng.], 1 Sept. 1801 3 pages. Autograph Letter. (B/3/87). He warns Boucher not to expect great things from his letters; he bears news of him through Tom Calverley and John Richardson; Boucher has been having trouble with his agent for his property in the North; it is surprising that he has not learned from experience. He is sorry to hear that Boucher has had trouble with his assistant; he hopes that the connection...
Dates: 1801 - 1803

Letters from Sir Frederick Morton Eden to Jonathan Boucher, 1786 - 1791

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 43
Scope and Contents Item 1: Sir] Frederick Morton Eden, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, [Eng], to Jon[athan] Boucher, Epsom, [Eng.], 8 Nov. 1786 2 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Bears seal. (B/4/1). He has been entertaining Mr. Zimmerman [see A/3/1] in Oxford. He agrees with Boucher on the subject of the Commercial Treaty with France and thinks that more might have been done. Problems with "Billy's Commission" by which he lost 6 months rank. Hopes to come to Epsom soon. Item 2: [Sir] Frederick Morton Eden, Lambeth...
Dates: 1786 - 1791

Letters from Sir Frederick Morton Eden to Jonathan Boucher, 1792 - 1800

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 44
Scope and Contents Item 1: [Sir] F[rederick] M[orton] E[den], Lincoln's Inn Fields, [England] to Jon[athan] Boucher, Epsom, Surrey, [Eng.], 25 Jan. 1792 3 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/4/6). His mother, Lady Eden, has been in poor health; his wife [daughter of James Paul Smith] is also unwell. The Chancellor has given him a Commissionership of Bankrupt [sic]. Item 2: [Sir] F[rederick] M[orton] Eden, No. 100 New Bond Street, [Eng.], to [Jonathan Boucher], [Eden], 12 Nov. 1792 3 pages. Autograph Letter...
Dates: 1792 - 1800

Letters from Charles Daubeny to Jonathan Boucher, 1789 - 1799

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 45
Scope and Contents Item 1: Char[le]s Daubeny, Bath, [Eng.], to Jonathan Boucher, at Joshua Watson's, No. 16, Mincing Lane, London, [Eng.] 7 May 1798 4 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. B/5/1). He has received Boucher's valuable and interesting publication [his American sermons] from Mr. Watson [Joshua Watson; D.N.B.; wine merchant and philanthropist; married to Daubeny's niece]; he sees in this country the principles which led to the American Revolution. In an article on his Guide to the Church, the Analytical...
Dates: 1789 - 1799

Letters from Charles Daubeny to Jonathan Boucher, 1799 - 1800

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 46
Scope and Contents Item 1: Daubeny, Bath, [Eng.], to [Jonathan] Boucher, Epsom, Surrey, [Eng.], 10 April 1799 4 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/5/8). He is revising the last part of his work, incorporating many of Boucher's suggestions; he hopes it may be better received than the Guide which had a very poor review in the British Critic; his friend, the author of Reform or Ruin, [John Bowdler], does not wish to undertake a review; Daubeny considers Boucher the fittest person to do this.  He commends the...
Dates: 1799 - 1800

Letters from Charles Daubeny to Jonathan Boucher, 1800 - 1801

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 47
Scope and Contents Item 1: Charles Daubeny to [Jonathan Boucher], 27 Feb[ruar]y 1800 4 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. (B/5/14). He has read through Boucher's papers and returns them with his comments. The tenet that Faith is necessarily productive is very near the Calvinistic doctrine of the irresistibility of divine Grace; as long as Mrs. More continues to frequent independent chapels he will doubt her attachment to the Church of England; he gives her credit for much good done on the best principle, but not...
Dates: 1800 - 1801