Receipts regarding Richard G. Dunn, as trustee and guardian to Cornelia Adams. 1854 and 1857.
Papers (including correspondence) of Thomas Adams, Richard Adams and Richard Adams, Jr., of Richmond, Va. Includes papers concerning the erection of burial monuments for members of the family and a printed bill of complaint concerning the private cemetery of the Adams family which details their genealogy. Includes Thomas B. Adams' receipts and a reward for a stolen horse, 1782, 1787.
Certification acknowledgment of Henry Edloe, Mayor of Williamsburg, for the foregoing affidavit of Burwell Bassett, signed by William M. Moody and Henry Edloe with the affixed paper seal of Virginia and wax seal of Williamsburg, Virginia. May 17, 1837.
Document with paper seal where Preserved Alger of Warren County, Rhode Island, appoints Thomas Goodwin, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, as his attorney. December 29, 1803.
An extensive collection of business correspondence, financial papers, daybooks, legal papers, and account books, chiefly 1800-1850, of Col. Daniel Philippe Aunspaugh, documenting his work as tanner and justice of the peace at Bedford County, Va. The collection also includes accounts, 1832-1857, of James Oney.
Indenture between Henry Banks, Richmond, Virginia (heir of John Banks) and Ichabod Burnet, late of Charleston, South Carolina with Nathaniel Greene of Charleston for land sold by John McQueen of Charleston for lots in Brunswick, Georgia. Signed by Henry Banks. Notarized by Archibald Blair, Notary Public in Richmond, Virginia and John Harvie, Mayor of Richmond. January 1786. Includes a paper seal and partial red wax seal.
Photocopies of 15 patents issued to James Barron by US Patent Office between 1816 and 1837.
This collection includes biographical materials about Bland; list of books owned by Bland; clipping about books donated to the College of William and Mary library; briefs and transcripts of record. Cases included in the collection are "Grand Union Tea Company versus I.C. Lord" and "George H. Holt and Company versus Norvell L. Henley."
Bond between William Angell and Francis Angell for the performance of covenants. Names mentioned in the bond are William Montague, the elder and Richard Mar(?) of Suffolk. Witnesses are Nich. [illegible], Ben: Nedham and Jo. Floyd. June 21, 1687.
Bond of Benjamin Robinson with John Curtis, Jr. and Charles Holden of Northampton County, [Va.]. January 29, 1678.
Papers, 1801-1860, of the Britt family of Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Includes documents, deeds, accounts, and bills of sale for slaves and references to John Cartwright.
First folder contains an admission ticket to the "La Fayette Ball Room" with a notation on the reverse, "card of invitation to the ball ... to be given for LaFayette at Yorktown...did not take place until afterwords and at Williamsburg." Signature illegible.
Handwritten promissory note from J.B. Brock to William B. Massey for $150, dated January 9, 1861. Reverse side has handwritten note by W. B. Massey stating he paid $19.78 due Brock, dated December 2, 1865.