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Box 18

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Contains 228 Results:

D. Call, Petersburg to Honble St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 November 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 6
Identifier: id242484
Scope and Contents

This will introduce Archibald Thweat, son of John Thweat of Prince George county, who wishes to attend William and Mary university. Has already studied at seminary in Whitehaven. Law is main interest, but wishes advice on other lectures to attend. Self considers him young man of application and discretion.

Dates: 1793 November 29

John Blair, Williamsburg to St. George Tucker, 1793 December 2

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242485
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Sends Tucker a draft for 145 dollars on the Treasury of the United States and a bill for five dollars on the Bank of Pennsylvania. Requests Tucker to repay it as soon as possible.

Dates: 1793 December 2

Samuel Myers, Petersburg to St. George Tucker, 1793 December 2

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242486
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I have your order on James Brown of Richmond for £8.4.6.

Dates: 1793 December 2

John Coalter (1771-1838), Staunton to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg. Favour of Mr. O'Neal, 1793 December 5

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242487
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Mr. O'Neal, Rector of Academy here, is on visit to Bishop to obtain orders. Will appreciate Tucker's attention. Army have gone into winter quarters. Self has given up visit to South Carolina mentioned in last letter by Miss Hornsby. Business has increased due to vacancies at bar, viz.: Captain Bowyer and Mr. Holmes. Would like to exchange venison for oysters. Mr. Heiskell got up six bushels of oysters by wagoner from Richmond.

Dates: 1793 December 5

William L,ham, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242488
Scope and Contents

I am sending you one of my subscription papers. Please send me your arguments soon, I shall produce a valuable book especially for students of law.

Dates: 1793 December 12

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 22

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242506
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Banks and Hatcher have agreed to take your tobacco. A loan of a few hundred pounds will be acceptable.

Dates: 1793 December 22

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 26

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242507
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We will honor any of your orders.

Dates: 1793 December 26

William Cole to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 27

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242508
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Captain Todd has asked me for my accounts with him respecting the tobacco paid you on account of his order on me.

Dates: 1793 December 27

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 30

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242509
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Your draft on the Treasury will be brought to your credit as will as the 300£ from Banks and Hatcher.

Dates: 1793 December 30

Archibald Freeland, Manchester to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 30

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242510
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I hear you have disposed of the crop of tobacco of J. Randolph's estate. I hope you will enclose an order on Messrs. Banks and Hatcher for the amount owed me.

Dates: 1793 December 30

John Marshall, circa 1793 December 31

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242511
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Decision that the wheat growing on Colonel Thomas Mann Randolph's land should pass to the devisee.

Dates: circa 1793 December 31

John Osborne, Petersburg to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1793 December 31

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 7
Identifier: id242512
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I will buy your lots on Blandford Hill. Please let me know your price.

Dates: 1793 December 31

James Davis, Williamsburg to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 January 4

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242513
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The draft on me is not due til Feb. 15. You will pay me when you can.

Dates: 1794 January 4

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, 1794 January 5

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242514
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Your draft will be honored. This week I will have the sum you can draw upon me. I am sending £45. Send your wheat to Philadelphia or New York.

Dates: 1794 January 5

Henry Banks, Richmond to St. George Tucker, 1794 January 8

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242515
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Enclosed is an order of Henrico Court appointing you guardian to Miss Ann Randolph.

Dates: 1794 January 8

John Barnes, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 January 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242516
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I have assured Mr. Brown of Mr. Edmund Randolph's promise to pay a third draft. Ship your wheat in a good vessel.

Dates: 1794 January 12

St. George Tucker, Williamsburg to John Page, Philadelphia, 1794 January 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242517
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Page's disposition of their model of the telegraph. He wishes it had been thought of as a memorial of his attachment to the United States. No doubt Page judged right in depositing it where it will be regarded as a curious trifle rather than an useful invention. Giles' motion respecting titled nobility becoming citizens. Approves of Page's, Giles' and Madison's speeches. Don't lose this amendment to the Constitution. Enclose an epigram which he thinks deserves a place in Oswald's paper.

Dates: 1794 January 12

William Nelson Jr., York to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 January 17

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242518
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I cannot make you a payment immediately. I will be in Williamsburg on Monday.

Dates: 1794 January 17

Don Fernandez to Madame, St. George Tucker, 1794 January 27

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242519
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Self is charged with letter of recommendation from Fulwar Skipwith concerning Monsieur Tascher of Martinique. He is to be place in Catholic college. Affairs with Skipwith compel his return. Has remitted letter to him to Mr. John Mason of this town. In letter of John Mason. Written in French.

Dates: 1794 January 27

John Mason, Georgetown to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 January 27

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 8
Identifier: id242520
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Remits letters from Fulwar Skipwith, Don Fernandez and bill on Gurdeon Bacchus. Monsieur Tascher placed in Catholic college here (Georgetown University). Refers Tucker to Judge Blair and C. Griffin of Williamsburg for references of self. Brother Thomas Mason, merchant in Richmond, will offer convenience for forwarding drafts. Enclosure.Encloses Fernandez' letter, 1794 January 27. Skipwith's letter filed 1793 September 22.

Dates: 1794 January 27

Samuel Booker, Prince Edward to Colonel St. George Tucker, 1794 February 6

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242521
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I find it out of my power to purchase your land.

Dates: 1794 February 6

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, 1794 February 6

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242522
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I received your draft of Fulwar Skipwith for $200.00.

Dates: 1794 February 6

Don Fernandez, George town, Maryland to Mr. St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 February 11

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242523
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Introducing Monsieur Tascher who is to be put in a Catholic school. Written in French. 1794 February 23. (Copy of St. G. Tucker's answer on 3rd page of above letter). Regrets that Gurdeon Bacchus will not honor Skipwith's draft. Self promises to be of all possible help but will not advance money.

Dates: 1794 February 11

St. George Tucker (1752-1828), Williamsburg to Don Fernandez, George town, Maryland, 1794 February 11

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242524
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1794 February 23. Regrets that Gurdeon Bacchus will not honor Skipwith's draft. Self promises to be of all possible help in affairs of le petit Monsieur Tascher from Martinique but will not advance money. Written on 3rd page of letter of Don Fernandez dated 1794 February 11.

Dates: 1794 February 11

John Page (1743-1808), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to St. George Tucker, 1794 February 16

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242525
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Brother (Thomas Tudor Tucker) here. Will return to New York soon and may sail to Charleston. Bermuda friends well. John Randolph well but looks badly. Mentions Daedalus firing on Norfolk. Action in Congress on arming ships. Guadeloupe asked for aid. Cannot risk fight against two kings (English and French). War Board must be enforced by Navy Board. Has work to prepare on Algeria business.

Dates: 1794 February 16