Box MsV Box 161
Contains 8 Results:
Notebook, 1863-1864, of "Prudie" (Prudence)] Saunders of "Rocky Hill," near Courtland, Alabama, a student at Tuskaloosa [sic] Female College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The book which contains French exercises, also includes a diary, April 1-23, 1864, verses, and a list, May 1, 1864, of students at the college.
Notes, 1705, taken by Archibald Stewart, from a book by Charles Davenant, Discourses on the Public Revenues; and on the trade of England which more immediately treat of the foreign traffic of that kingdom. (1678)
Notes, circa 1779-1844, of James Lewis [Gloucester County, Virginiaa. ?] concerning farming and math (using farming examples). The book contains some dated entries ranging from about 1779 to 1847 and includes loose newspaper clippings.
Manuscript Latin exercise book. English exercises consisting of original aphonisms on schoolmasters, rules of life, extracts from contemporary letters, notices of a few remarkable events, etc. on one page with the Latin translation opposite 1672-1674. 180 pp. Latin exercises done by Richard Wardell. At end of book, the exercises were done by Thomas Bullen in 1721.