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French Revolution

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Monroe Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 01/Mss. 82 M75
Scope and Contents Correspondence, chiefly 1803-1839, of members of the Monroe family while in London, England, Paris, France and in Virginia. Includes letters received by James Monroe while minister to Great Britain, from Sir Alexander Munro; letters of George Hay and his wife, James Monroe's daughter, Eliza Kortright (Monroe) Hay. Letters contain information concerning Hortensia (Hay) Rogers and Lloyd Nicholas Rogers. These letters deal primarily with family matters, but include material on the French...

Monroe-Hay Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 01/MS 00053
Scope and Contents Papers, 1795-1834 and undated of Eliza Kortright Monroe Hay (1787-1840), daughter of U.S. President James Monroe. The collection includes letters written by and to Hay and to her father James Monroe. Correspondents include her former teacher Madame [Jeanne Louise Henriette] Campan, her daughter Hortensia M. Rogers of "Druid Hill" near Baltimore, Maryland , her son-in-law Lloyd N. Rogers as well as the daughter of the Marquis de Lafayette, Marie Antoinette Virginie de Lafayette Lasteyrie du...

John Randolph of Roanoke Letter to Citizen James Brown

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00565
Scope and Contents Letter from John Randolph, Bizarre, to Citizen [James Brown] about "the bearer...brings...Tobs..." and "Quasha brings Mr. Brown some Butter..."  He writes that  "...we are almost frozen to death, & if the weather continues as it is now, expect to hear that all the northern trade is embargoed - which will be very unfortunate for our Yankee brethren since they will have no stories to give us of French Piracy - Mr. Webster must then be dumb."  Dec 22, 1798.  He noted date as:  22d Decr. 22d...