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Box 18

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Contains 228 Results:

John Mason, George Town to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 February 17

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242526
Scope and Contents

Received his two favors of ? and 9th. With enclosures. Mr. Bacchus refused to pay Mr. Skipwith's draft for M. Tascher. Don Fernandez cannot make further advances for him. Self would have preferred William and Mary with its superior advantages, but religion probably obstacle. Contains copy of Tucker's letter, 1794 February 23 which see. (all enclosures lacking)

Dates: 1794 February 17

George Wilson, Petersburg to St. George Tucker, 1794 February 22

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242527
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I am assured you will lose at best 2/ if you mean to lay it out in tobacco. The draft you mentioned on the gentleman could not be negotiated as cash.

Dates: 1794 February 22

Thomas Mann Randolph, Monticello to Mrs. Judith (Randolph) Randolph, 1794 February 22

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242528
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Concerning your legacy. The mill and lands of Dover are conveyed by the will to you and your four younger sisters. The property is worth 6,000£. The will says it must be sold and divided between you. Have already advertised the land. Enclosed in letter of Ann C. Randolph Morris, 1794 March 2.

Dates: 1794 February 22

St. George Tucker (1752-1827), Williamsburg to George Mason, 1794 February 23

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 9
Identifier: id242529
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Received his of 27th. Regrets derangement caused by Mr. Bacchus's refusal to pay Mr. Skipwith's draft in affairs of Monsieur Tascher. Will write Mr. Brown to have draft duly protested. Self can make no commitments for boy, though would see that he did not want, were he sent to self. Copied on letter of John Mason, 1794 February 17.

Dates: 1794 February 23

Ann Cary Randolph Morris, Bizarre to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 2

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242530
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Small pox prevented me from getting a letter to the Post Office for you. Enclosing a letter containing all the information I have concerning my father's affairs. Letter of 1794 February 22, from Thomas Mann Randolph. Enclosure.

Dates: 1794 March 2

Fulwar Skipwith, St. Eustacia to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 7

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242531
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I committed to your patronage a son of a Baron De Tacher an inhabitant of Martinique and recommended my friend Don Juan Fernandez who had charge of the child. Last month I took passage at Martinique for Philadelphia, but was seized by an English privateer. The British armed vessels have captured upwards of 300 sails of American vessels. The patriots are buring about 500,000 feet of my lumber. The British pirates have robbed me of $25,000 of island produce.

Dates: 1794 March 7

John Barnes, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 March 15

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242532
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I received J. Brown's renewed draft on Mr. Randolph. Your articles on the unfortunate sloop Fanny will be replaced.

Dates: 1794 March 15

James Breckinridge, Fincastle to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 March 15

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242533
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Introducing James Preston. He intends to become a student at law.

Dates: 1794 March 15

Thomas Tudor Tucker (1745-1828), New York to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 March 16

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242534
Scope and Contents Vessel just arrived from Bermuda with account of Henry Tucker's (of Scrogham's Point) death. Hopes sister's (Mrs. Frances (Tucker) Tucker) fortitude to support her on this occasion. Poor Nancy Tucker over 6 months in distressing condition. Sister Elizabeth Tucker almost fatigued out of life. Account of Nancy's illness. Thrown into convulsive fits by slightest noise. Arrival of sister (Mrs. Frances (Bruere) Tucker, from Edinburgh) comforting. Brother (Henry Tucker of St. George) anxious about...
Dates: 1794 March 16

John Page (1743-1808), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg Virginia, 1794 March 17

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242535
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Received his of 10th. Brother (Thomas T. Tucker) gone to New York. Encloses notes on Algerine business. Speaks of contemptible situation of government. Brissot and French revolution. Will send Bach's or Colonel Oswald's paper to him. Needs ten votes against "them" in Congress. Will adjourn soon. Laments case of poor Doctor Innes. Admires Tucker's epigram, which is admirable.

Dates: 1794 March 17

John Coalter to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 March 18

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242536
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I intended a visit to Richmond, but was afraid of the small pox. I had planned to bring you a keg of fresh butter. This is court week.

Dates: 1794 March 18

William Nelson Jr., Abbyville to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 23

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242537
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Gives facts in Mr. Broadhead's case. If you have any information concerning this case let me know.

Dates: 1794 March 23

William Coleman to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 March 25

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242538
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We have been out of wheat. Thank you for your offer of the Corotoman wheat.

Dates: 1794 March 25

John Page, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 26

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242539
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Encloses paper. On Monday gained victory over 15,000 men (who would have been under command of A. H-n, S-c of Tr.) (Alexander Hamilton, sec. of Treasury) without firing a gun. Yesterday found that men who had rejected embargo unless it were laid out by President, brought in resolution which is in enclosed paper. (lacking) Endorsed: "Enquiry into the principles and tendency of certain public measures."

Dates: 1794 March 26

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 27

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242540
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The order on the Treasury is refused. I will give $150 to John Randolph.

Dates: 1794 March 27

John Barnes, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242541
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Mr. E. R. says he will not accept Mr. Brown's draft until he hears from him. Am returning the draft for $150 which you omitted to endorse. Enclosing invoice of sundries per Captain Lewis.

Dates: 1794 March 29

John Page (1743-1808), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to St. George Tucker, 1794 March 30

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 10
Identifier: id242542
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French almost conquered British. Madness in Hamiltonian party which is overpowered in H. of R. Self attacked it in Brown's paper. Cannot get a printer to publish his speech on Madison's resolution. Not tried Oswald yet. Inconsistency of Sedgwick Ames Smith and Company, unparalleled. Revocation of proclamation of Nov. 5th. Plan of defense considered. John Randolph of Roanoke not heard from Tucker since Mr. Blair delivered letter.

Dates: 1794 March 30

St. George Tucker (1752-1827), 1794 April

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242543
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Address to the Grand Jury, stating they are to consider themselves censors of the republic for that district with the object of their inquiries to be abuses of every kind.

Dates: 1794 April

John Laurence, Norfolk to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 April 3

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242544
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I have your note for 10,150 wt. of tobacco due Jan. last. How soon can you discharge this note.

Dates: 1794 April 3

Thomas Mann Randolph, Monticello to St. George Tucker, 1794 April 3

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242545
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You should consult the will of the testator as far as it concerns your ward. Am copying a section of the will that applies to your ward. The land which the girls received is now planted in wheat. Should this go to them or the estate.

Dates: 1794 April 3

Donald Campbell, Norfolk to St. George Tucker, 1794 April 4

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242546
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Uncertain how long the embargo, which took place two days ago, will last. We talk of nothing, but war. Am sending toys for the children.

Dates: 1794 April 4

William Nelson Jr., York to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 April 5

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242547
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I have been trying to raise money by borrowing on this year's crop, but have not been able to get one shilling.

Dates: 1794 April 5

Alexander Donald, London to St. George Tucker, 1794 April 7

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242548
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Happy to hear of the addition of your family. Sorry to hear you seldom see our friends at Brandon.

Dates: 1794 April 7

Robert Taylor, Norfolk to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 April 10

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242549
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You request a bundle of nankeen. I am sending it by Captain Jack Jones.

Dates: 1794 April 10

Christopher Roane, Prince George to Administr,ors of Benjamin Powell, 1794 April 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 11
Identifier: id242550
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Order to pay to James Innes and St. George Tucker, money decreed by Court of Admiralty of Virginia as libellent against the Nancy, Captain Bentley, by Benjamin Powell, late marshall of said court. Sum afterwards affirmed in court of appeals.

Dates: 1794 April 12