Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 00670
Scope and Contents Letter, January 18, 1796, of John C. Jones of Boston, Massachusetts to Moses Myers of Norfolk, Virginia, concerning the ship Newport. Jones asks that tobacco be consigned to Messrs. Fermin, Deporter & Co., London. Also concerns M. M. Hays and expresses his confidence in ship's Captain, William Robinson.
Identifier: SC 01650
Scope and Contents A two-page letter from Petersburg, VA informing Maury of the inability to pull into the Harbor ar Norfolk due to the high winds and the desire to protect the cargo for the owners. Additionally, he gives reports on behalf of Captian Bliss of the cargo on board other vessels, chiefly cotton, tobacco, flour, and wheat.
Identifier: SC 00555
Identifier: SC 01273
Scope and Contents Deposition of Thomas Smith of Matthews County, Virginia in a controversy with Alexander Maccaulay of Yorktown about the ship "Charles Carter", then docked in Norfolk, Virginia. Written on the verso of "The Virginia Gazette &c. Extraordinary" dated December 16, 1795
Identifier: SC 01520
Scope and Contents Seven letters addressing various topics, but mostly related to familial concerns, estate opportunities, the Brittish Blockade off the coast of Norfolk, and Virginia law. Many of the letters mention Williamsburg, family, and colleagues including Dr. Galt and Ellison Currie, Mary Randolph, and William Coles.Below is a list of the letters in chronological order along with a brief description of their contents.July 10, 1807 Written from Richmond, Virginia to Cabell in...