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Box 2

 Container

Contains 29 Collections and/or Records:

Box 2

 File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Correspondence of Jonathan Boucher, Anglican clergyman of Virginia, Maryland, and England. He was a prominent loyalist during the American Revolution and later a prominent figure among conservatives in the Anglican church in England. His principle correspondents in this collection include John James, James Maury, Charles Daubeny, Sir Frederick Morton Eden, William Knox, and William Stevens. The principle subjects covered by this collection include Virginia social customs and...

Folder 9

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 9
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...

Folder 8

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 8
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...

Folder 7

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7
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 on...

Folder 6

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6
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...

Folder 17

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 17
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. Joshua...

Folder 16

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 16
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...

Folder 14

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 14
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....

Folder 25

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 25
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 for...