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Box 18

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Contains 228 Results:

Gray Skipwith, Camp near Brighton to Sir Peyton Skipwith, Mecklenburgh, 1794 June 26

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242577
Scope and Contents I am sending you the heads of a deed of conveyance of the estate of Sir Thomas Skipwith. Thank you for your generous offers which will enable me to discharge the greatest part of my debts. I am sure Sir Thomas Skipwith intended that the nearest branches of your family should enjoy his estate after the death of his Lady. A company in the Warwickshire militia has been given me. This causes me to be in camp. I have not yet taken my degree at College. It seems that the event of this war may...
Dates: 1794 June 26

John Page (1743-1808), Rosewell, Gloucester county, Virginia to Citizen St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 June 28

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242578
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Health forced him to leave before Congress adjourned. Simcoe's movements caused movements for strengthening government. Tucker's remarks on Hamilton's tax on wheel carriages good. Self believes it unconstitutional. Is writing Ode for July 4th. Daughter Peggy, Tucker's god-daughter, has whooping-cough. Subscribed to Eleazer Oswald's paper Independent Gazetteer for Tucker.

Dates: 1794 June 28

John Barnes, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 June 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242579
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On a vessel coming? to York Town, I shipped some marble for H. Tazewell and also a few of your packages. I will get the tea tray and china set in New York.

Dates: 1794 June 29

Danl. L. Hylton, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 June 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242580
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I drew an order on you in favor of William Moody, I understand from him you did not accept the order. I am sending you a copy of our specie and paper money account. If the principal of my statement be all right, maybe you will accommodate me.

Dates: 1794 June 29

Thomas Tudor Tucker (1745-1828), Charleston, South Carolina to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 June 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 14
Identifier: id242581
Scope and Contents St. George's intention of setting out on circuit business prevented self from writing immediately. Concern at loss of St. George's little infant. Sister's (Mrs. Lelia (Skipwith) Carter Tucker) severe indisposition gave uneasiness. Circumstances he mentioned of Richard Randolph truly shocking. Feels sympathy with him and connections in their sufferings from so cruel suggestion. Sends kind regards to Richard, family and John Randolph of Roanoke. Has written son Harry (Henry Tucker) to embark...
Dates: 1794 June 29

Frances Hill Currie Allison to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, circa 1794 July

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242582
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I am looking forward to your visit in September. Tell Charles his gloves will be knitted when I hear he goes to college.

Dates: circa 1794 July

William Nelson Jr., York to St. George Tucker, 1794 July 1

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242583
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My brother Francis Nelson has gone to Hanover and will sell the tobacco immediately. This money will be applied to the interest of the bond.

Dates: 1794 July 1

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, 1794 July 16

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242584
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I cannot state your account. You may draw on me in favor of Mr. Lang.

Dates: 1794 July 16

Danl. L. Hylton to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 July 17

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242585
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I received your statement and it is founded in error. Especially the tobacco purchased of Peyton Randolph.

Dates: 1794 July 17

John Page (1743-1808), Rosewell, Gloucester county, Virginia to St. George Tucker, 1794 August 1

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242586
Scope and Contents Sending butter to Williamsburg. Letters can be sent by Sally Nelson, Bracken's boat or Lee's mill. Heard of brother's (Thomas Tudor Tucker) safe arrival in Charleston. Wishes members as good as he could take places of Fisher Ames of Mass., Theodore Sedgwick of Mass., Samuel Dexter of Mass., Uriah Tracy of Conn. and Zephaniah Swift of Conn. Thinks their re-election would be highway to destruction or revolution. Eleazer Oswald published pamphlet and papers of the Democratic societies in his...
Dates: 1794 August 1

John Coalter, Stauntion to St. George Tucker, 1794 August 5

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242587
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This is by my friend Mr. Moore who is spending a few days in Williamsburg. He is president of the Kentucky Academy. He comes to Williamsburg to see the Bishop. Please give him your favor.

Dates: 1794 August 5

John Barnes, Philadelphia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 August 8

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242588
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I went to the painter of the floor cloths with your letter. He says he will repaint them. I am sending the tea china. Enclosing invoice for the goods.

Dates: 1794 August 8

John Page (1743-1808), Rosewell, Gloucester county, Virginia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 August 9

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242589
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Approves his plan of sending essay to Democratic society in Philadelphia. To such societies self looks for securities against tyranny of bold imitators of British government. Knew president wishes to give office of treasury of Mint to an inhabitant of Delaware. Does not know who has it. Hopes brother (Thomas Tudor Tucker? gets Smith's seat in Congress.

Dates: 1794 August 9

William Nelson Jr., Abbyville to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 August 11

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242590
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Our friend W. Nelson of York has given me a mortgage on the debt due you. Please send the enclosed mortgage to Hugh Nelson, Jr.

Dates: 1794 August 11

William Nelson Jr., Abbyville to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 August 12

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242591
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I will send you the papers in the suit of Jones v. Spears.Miss Betty Carlos spoke to me about her suit vs. Dandridge's executors.

Dates: 1794 August 12

Robert Innes, Gloster to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 August 21

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242592
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I am somewhat fatigued. My infirm parent had an attack last night. Mr. and Mrs. Page are ill.

Dates: 1794 August 21

Hector Kennedy, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 August 25

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 15
Identifier: id242593
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I am sending you £25. The order on Crew is accepted.

Dates: 1794 August 25

John S. Ravenscroft, Lunenburg county to St. George Tucker, 1794 September 7

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242594
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Has not received answer to letter (1794 May 28) offering to buy Johnny, Negro boy left at Colonel Burwell's, by Thomas Ruffin. Repeats offer.

Dates: 1794 September 7

Thomas Tudor Tucker (1745-1828), Charleston, South Carolina to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1794 September 7

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242595
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Informs of death of son (Henry Tucker). He arrived here by way of Beaufort and was seized with fever. Remembrances to sister (Mrs. Lelia (Skipwith) Carter Tucker) and children. Postmarked Charleston, September 8.

Dates: 1794 September 7

John Page (1743-1808), Rosewell, Gloucester county, Virginia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 September 22

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242596
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Was at General Court on Tuesday. Had orders to send off quota of militia against Pennsylvania insurgents, to take command of regiment at Winchester, to attend on 13th court martial at Willamsburg. Is chosen colonel out of his brigade. Heard insurgents were repulsed in attempt to take arsenal at Fredericksburg. Asks Tucker to pay Doctor Philip Barraud for him. Will balance what self paid Carey for Museum and other papers. Endorsed: "Nov., paid Barraud Two Dollars"

Dates: 1794 September 22

James Brown, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 September 26

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242597
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Swan declines shipping the coal. The floor cloth is ready. I hold Richard Randolph's bond to Ben Harrison for £125.

Dates: 1794 September 26

Burwell Starke, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg. Favor of Mr. Wickham, 1794 September 29

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242598
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Case of Love v. Ilam set for 4th day of Williamsburg district court. Self, only counsel defendant (Ilam) has, cannot attend. Case was tried in Petersburg court and set aside. If Love gets verdict wil be returned to Chancery court. Are no witnesses.

Dates: 1794 September 29

H,cher and Banks, Manchester to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 October 1

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242599
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We have procured for you 500 bushels of lump coal.

Dates: 1794 October 1

Hector Kennedy, Richmond to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, 1794 October 1

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242600
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The order on the Auditor will have to wait as there is no money in the Treasury. Your draft to Charles Hunt for $100 is accepted.

Dates: 1794 October 1

George Lang, Williamsburg to St. George Tucker, 1794 October 3

 Item — Box: 18, Folder: 16
Identifier: id242601
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I will give 6/ for 60 pounds delivered. Half the money paid on delivery and the other in 60 days. Included Tucker's answer, 1794 October 3.

Dates: 1794 October 3