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Papers, 1853-1861, of John Sizer of King William County, Va. Includes manuscript volumes of notes taken while traveling to and at the World's Fair of 1853 in New York, N. Y.; will (copy), 1860; and account, 1861, of the sale of goods from his estates. Typescript of World's Fair notes available in library.
Research notes, 1930-1939, compiled by historian Abbot E. Smith for his monograph, Colonists in Bondage: White Servitude and Convict Labor in America, 1607-1766. His notes cover indentured servitude in the colonies -- convicts shipped to the colonies, legal status of indentured servants and their life in the colonies during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Arithmetic book, 1826, of Jacob B. Smith.
Notebook, 1809, on philosophy used by Frederick Snyder, New Market, Shenandoah County, Virginia. The volume includes notes on anatomy, botany, and military theories.
Notes, 1768-1784, of sermons of David Sommervill.
Notes, 1705, taken by Archibald Stewart, from a book by Charles Davenant, Discourses on the Public Revenues; and on the trade of England which more immediately treat of the foreign traffic of that kingdom. (1678)
Notebook, 1872, containing a Greek exercise written by A. G. Stuart at the Staunton Male Academy, Staunton, Virginia.
Notes, circa 1874, taken by John C. Stubbs, student at Washington University, Baltimore, Maryland. Includes diary, 27 July-14 September 1874, and several unfinished stories. Washington University in Baltimore became defunct in 1877. See Baltimore: Its History and Its People (N. Y., 1912), I, 595-596.
This collection contains fliers and calendars for activities at or by the Student Recreation Center at the College of William and Mary. The collection also holds material for predecessor and related bodies and activities related to intramural sports at the university.
Arithmetic book, 1766, of John Sublet, Cumberland County, Virginia, and Warren County, Ohio. The book includes later notations, including a problem based on the distance from Cumberland Court House, Virginia to Williamsburg, Virginiaa., page 51. Records the death of John Sublet, 19 December 1815, on page 78. Verse giving John Sublet's place of residence is on page 42. Cover is partially made of burlap.
Notebook, 1806, written by Theodore Mazurie, Norfolk, Virginiaa. concerning the pronunciation of the French language.
Notes, 1871-1878, taken by Thomas Fendal West and Marcellus E. Kleberg, students at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginiaa.] concerning law.
Law journal, 1837-1856, of Thomas Gregory Smith of Petersburg, Virginiaa., summarizing his practice.
"Notes on medical jurisprudence," by Thomas H. Tutwiler, 1840; and "Notes on the study of law, Blackstone, Vol. I." by Tutwiler, 1841. The volume includes a record, February 16, 1845, of the birth of Thomas Peyton Tutwiler, son of Thomas H. and Harriet M. Tutwiler.
Mathematics notebook, circa 1820-1822, of Thomas P. Watkins, a student at the College of William and Mary. Includes Watkins' notes on plane trigonometry, likely taught by Ferdinand Stewart Campbell. Includes theorems, proofs, and corollaries, as well as drawings which illustrate each of them.
This collection contains six composition books of sketches created by Thomas Elston Thorne, a faculty member in the Fine Arts Department at the College of William and Mary. Most of the sketches are of human models but there are drawings of still life as well. One of the sketchbooks also contains notes about composition taken by Thorne.
Papers, 1750-1935, which are miscellaneous manuscripts with Tyler family connections. Include a scrapbook which includes correspondence of John Tyler, Thomas Walker Gilmer and St. George Tucker mostly with nineteenth- century Virginia politicians. Papers also include printed material, photographs of people and buildings and miscellaneous notes perhaps collected by Lyon G. Tyler and Sue Ruffin Tyler.
Mathematics book, 1802-1805, of John Tyler, of Spotsylvania County, Virginia.