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Box 3

 Container

Contains 56 Results:

Phoebe Gardiner Horsford, Cambridge, MA, to Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 January 27

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130231
Scope and Contents

Offers condolences on the death of Mr. John Tyler; hopes to hear from her soon; wants news about Julia Tyler. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, Staten Island, New York, to Miss Cooper, 1862 January 31

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130234
Scope and Contents

Reports that she has been refused a pass "for military reasons." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Pass for Juliana McLachlan, 1862 March 8

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130236
Scope and Contents

Pass granting permission for Juliana McLachlan Gardiner and 2 children to go to Virginia. 1 p. PDS.

Louise Ludlow, Baltimore, Maryland, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 March 23

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130243
Scope and Contents

Wishes that she had some intelligence to communicate, but observes that contact with Virginia has been cut off; promises to relay any information they might receive concerning Julia Gardiner Tyler; does not believe that there is any chance that Mrs/ Gardiner might travel south at present. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Louise Ludlow, Baltimore, Maryland, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 March 28

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130246
Scope and Contents

Reports that enquiries made among prisoners about the condition of Mrs. Julia Gardiner Tyler and family have revealed only that nothing serious has ahppened; states that "Mr. Ludlow has again made a request to Gen Wool for permission to send a flag over to you ladies, but it remains to be seen what the cross old man will do." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, Staten Island, New York, to Mrs. Crane, Elizabethtown, New Jersey, 1862 April 14

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130247
Scope and Contents

Asks that an enclosed letter to Julia Gardiner Tyler be delivered to the gentleman who offered to take charge of the letter; reports that "Alexander Gardiner Tyler is very measy and anxious to return South." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, Staten Island, New York, to Miss Cooper, 1862 May 18

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130249
Scope and Contents

Reports that Julia Gardiner Tyler is determined to remain at "Sherwood," "under any circumstances;" mentions that the papers reported that "the Union gun boats have met a repulse near Richmond." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

S.P. Scott, Norfolk, Virginia, to Juliana McLachlan Gardiner,, 1862 May 29

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130250
Scope and Contents

Acknowledges receipt of a letter addressed to Julia Gardiner Tyler; reports that it is being sent to the nearest military fort of the "insurgents;" disclaims any responsibility if the letter is lost. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Mattie T, Smith, Maysville, Kentucky, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 June 7

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130251
Scope and Contents

Regrets to hear of Mrs. Julia GardinerTyler's illness; is happy to hear that she has been allowed to remain at "Sherwood," "in comparative peace and quiet." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, to Miss Cooper, undated

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130252
Scope and Contents

Discusses her attempts to reach "Sherwood" by mail; notes that there have but fears "the appropriation made by Congress for prolonging the war will make peace measures a slow business." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

L.F. Cooper, Magnolia, New Rochelle, New York, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 July 22

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130254
Scope and Contents

Believes prospects for the South are looking brighter; discusses reports from foreign newspapers about the war; wishes that "the Southern Confed. could maintain their own independence without the aid of foreign powers." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Mary E. Moseley, Norfolk, Virginia, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 August 2

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130257
Scope and Contents

Offers to provide assistance to her to contact her daughter, Mrs. Julia Gardiner Tyler; reports the description of battles received from her uncle, Dr. Minge; notes that the Federal soldiers "have laid waste, the beautiful estates of "Westover" and "Berkeley," and in fact, all the country around here, not leaving a blade of grass, or living thing upon the land;" gives a forwarding address where letters to Julia Gardiner Tyler might be sent. 4 pp. ALS. Including TCy of above ALS. 3 pp.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, New York, New York, to "Friend", 1862 August 2

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130258
Scope and Contents

Discusses her attempts to get a pass to meet with her daughter at "Sherwood" as she had heard reports that Mrs. Julia Gardiner Tyler was ill; states that she is now awaiting a reply from Major Ludlow on the matter; wants to bring Julia Gardiner Tyler north, as "the climate during the summer is all but death to her." 2 pp. TCy of ALS.

William H. Ludlow, Headquarters Seventh Army Corps, Fort Monroe, Virginia, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 August 17

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130259
Scope and Contents

Reports that permission is still not being granted to civillians to travel up the James River as preparations are pending for the removal of their forces; promises to notify her as soon as he has favorable news. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Mary E. Moseley, Norfolk, Virginia, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 August 19

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130260
Scope and Contents

Informs her that it will be possible to travel to Charles City County, Virginia "under a 'flag of truce'" to meet up with her daughter, Julia Gardiner Tyler; notes that Norfolk is "only peopled by women, children, and men incapable of bearing arms;" reports the rationing of tea and salt; describes the effect of the war; discusses the possibilities of her, Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, traveling to meet with her daughter. 4 pp. ALS.

L.F. Cooper, New Rochelle, New York, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 August 20

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130261
Scope and Contents

Mentions that Julia Gardiner Tyler has been ill again; believes it would be best for her to go north; does "not feel at all alarmed about Julia - now that the northern vandals have retired from the James River;" notes that communication with richmond has been reopened. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, Staten Island, New York, to "friend", 1862 August

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130262
Scope and Contents

Discusses the prospects of meeting up with Julia Gardiner Tyler and bringing her north; argues that since the Federal army has left the immediate vicinity of "Sherwood," she ought to try to get Julia Gardiner Tyler; fears the effect of the weather on Julia; reports the current opinion concerning a batle to be fought on the Rappahannock River with Gen. McClellan uniting with Pope. 2 pp. TCy of ALS.

James A Hardie, Lieut. Colonel, Aide de Camp, Washington, DC, to Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, Castleton, Staten Island, New York, 1862 September 4

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130264
Scope and Contents

Regrets that the "military condition of things was such as to prevent a favorable consideration of your requests" by Major General McClellan. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Phoebe Gardiner Horsford, Cambridge, MA, to Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1862 September 9

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130265
Scope and Contents

Asks to be kept informed of any news of Juliana McLachlan Gardiner Tyler; discusses the rumor that the "Villa Margaret," in Hampton, Virginia had been burned; mentions that Mr. Horsford was in Washington, DC right after the battle of Bull Run. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, to Miss Mary E. Moseley, Norfolk, Virginia, 1862

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id130267
Scope and Contents

Assures her that her sympathies are with the south; feels that "the state of the country is most sad and lamentable;" hopes to see her soon. 1 p. TCy of AL.

Mr. Dayton, Catleton, New York, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1863 June 30

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id130269
Scope and Contents

Gives a favorable report on the scholastic achievement of the "young gentlemen" under his instruction from her home. 1 p. TCy of AL. Incomplete.

Phoebe Gardiner Horsford, "The Abbey Manor," New York, to Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1863 August 2

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id130271
Scope and Contents

Mentions her surprise at hearing that Julia Gardiner Tyler had returned to Virginia; discusses her husband's involvement with the Runford Chemical Works and the Commission for the Defense of Boston Harbor. 1 p. TCy of ALS.

Receipt, circa 1863 August

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id130272
Scope and Contents

Receipt signed by George Mackerley for payment received from Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner for tuition and expenses for Alexander Tyler and Henry Beeckman [sic]. 1 p. ADS.

L.T. Cooper, Albany, New York, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1863 September 9

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id130273
Scope and Contents

Reports that Mr. Tyler has an office in the government at a salary of $ 3,000; discusses the activity on the Potomac River - believes that the Northern papers cannot be trusted to print news of defeat; encourages her to keep her spirits up; quotes Mr. Tyler as saying "we have no more fear of the Yankees than if they were Hottentots - not a bit more - God is with us and will whip them badly." 1 p. TCy of ALS.

I. Meta Lewis, Castleton, Staten Island, New York, to Mrs. Juliana McLachlan Gardiner, 1863 September 9

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id130275
Scope and Contents

Relays news from a relative that Julia Gardiner Tyler is well; states that "we do not think the state of the Confederacy by any means gloomy - on the contrary it is brighter than it has ever been;" believes that France will soon recognize the south; discusses the current status of their warships and the denunciation of Admiral Dahlgreen. 1 p. TCy of ALS.