Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 01386
Content Description Two page letter from Amelia Court House, Virginia regarding the need for a loan in order to pay for debts. Tinsley does not go into great detail as to why he has fallen on such hard times except to blame the war for his embarrassing situation. He also informs his recipient that he cannot put up any sort of collateral against his loan except his honor.
Identifier: Mss. MsV Scb1
Scope and Contents Scrapbook, 1876-1887, of an unidentified person which contains newspaper clippings and printed correspondence from a newspaper concerning business, financial, and banking matters.
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...