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Box Manuscripts Oversize Box 10

 Container

Contains 22 Collections and/or Records:

Folder 4: Letter, John Page, Richmond, Va. to "Dear Sir" , 1804 May 24

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Oversize_Folder: 4
Scope and Contents (Addition, Mss. Acc. 2000.21) Letter, 24 May 1804, of John Page, Richmond, Va. to "Dear Sir". Explains why he never repaid a debt of one hundred dollars plus interest to recipient's father who has since died; sends payment of one hundred and forty four dollars. 1 p. ALS.

Folder 2: Letter, John Page to Henry Tazewell, 1798 June 11

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Oversize_Folder: 2
Scope and Contents (Addition, Mss. Acc. 1993.40): Concerns Republicanism versus Federalism; Alexander Hamilton's ambitions; and whether or not Page would run again for Congress.

Folder 3: Letter, John Page to General George Weedon, Williamsburg, Va. , 1777 November 7

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Oversize_Folder: 3
Scope and Contents (Addition, Mss. Acc. 1999.10) ALS of John Page to General George Weedon, Williamsburg, 7 Nov. 1777 regarding military matters of the Revolution including forts on the Delaware; Cornwallis assaulting Fort Mifflin; mention of Howe, Burgoyne; Pearce's letter was foolish; queries Rowland's rifle scheme; "fine figure" Burgoyne and his troops will "cut in England".

Folder 5: Letter, John Page, New York, N.Y., to Philip Mazzei, Paris, France, 1789 April 8

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Oversize_Folder: 5
Scope and Contents (Addition, Mss. Acc. 2001.06B) Letter, 8 April 1789, of John Page, New York City, to Philip Mazzei, Paris, France. Expresses renewed friendship with Mazzei; laments the loss of his wife two years before; thanks God for his children who resemble their mother; remarks on Mazzei's "Recherches sur Etats Unis" even though he dissapproved of the new government; congratulates Mazzei on his new appointment and asks him to give his love to Mr. Jefferson. 1 p. ALS. Note: Endorsement on verso shows...

Blockade Running Speeches

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 1
Identifier: id90579
Scope and Contents Typescript of the address made by Col. William Lamb in 1893 before the Military Society of Massachusetts on the subject of blockade running during the War Between the States and 2nd address to the Phillips Exeter Academy, 1886.

Blockade Running Articles

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 2
Identifier: id90580
Scope and Contents Four articles on blockade running during the Civil War.

S.S. Hebe Notes

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 3
Identifier: id90581
Scope and Contents Typewritten notes by Col. Lamb on the fight over the British S.S. Hebe and one plate showing the Whitworth Gun.

Resolutions - Battle of Fort Fisher, 1907

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 4
Identifier: id90582
Scope and Contents Typewritten resolutions signed by the representatives of the Confederate survivors of the Battle of Fort Fisher and presented to Col. Lamb, January 14-15, 1907.

Fort Fisher Paper, 1893 and 1896

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 5
Identifier: id90583
Scope and Contents Paper written on Fort Fisher at the request of the Cape Fear Camp of Confederate Veterans of Wilmington, N.C., May 1893. Read before the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts on February 4, 1896.

Williamsburg in the Civil War

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 10, Folder: 6
Identifier: id90584
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents Paper on the Civil War plus the City of Williamsburg, Virginia and its residents during the Civil War. Line one" The Venerable City of Williamsburg in which we are assembled is unsurpassed in this country for historical interests..."