Bill of complaint, 1786, of William Harvey of Spotsylvania asking that a writ of subpoena and injunction be issued to Morto Brien (Mort O'Brien) and Joseph Prentis, his attorney, to retain the amount of a judgement against William Harvey until the lawsuit can be tried. Bears affidavit, 1786, of G[eorge] Weedon as alderman of Fredericksburg, Va. Undated.
October 10, 1815 letter from J. H. (John Hartwell) Cocke to John Allan of the House of Ellis and Allan, London about Judge (St. George) Tucker sending an order for items to import.
A short letter from Senator James Barbour, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, to The Honorable John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State, March 26, 1818. In the letter, Barbour asks Adams for a response from the Department of State on four specific matters relating to maritime restrictions of American vessels, if they exist, what regulations they must adhere to, and access as it related to European colonies except those of Great Britain.
Collection of 30 letters from President James Monroe to Secretary of the Treasury, William H. Crawford, drafts of Crawford as Secretary to President Monroe, and one letter from P.P. Saint Guirons [?] to President Monroe. 25 of the letters are from President Monroe, four are from Secretary Crawford, and one is from P.P. Saint Guersani[?].