1 edition of [Letter to] Wm L. Garrison, Esq"r found in the catalog.
1868 in Philadel[phi]a, [Pa.] .
Written in English
|Series||William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)|
|Contributions||Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879, recipient|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 leaf (4 p.) ;|
to bring Renaissance to the table to renegotiate the terms of the lease. (Exhibit i 07, pp. MeV i ). Despite some efforts at negotiating a different rent amount, I find that no. CHICAGO. One North Franklin Suite Chicago, IL T Charles Wells went early last winter to seek a place in the western country - - a few days ago he returned & will soon go off. Robert Little and William Hartgrave has made but one crop, and had been preparing to remove to Cumberland 6 weeks before orders-- One of the William Taylor's lives in side the line - tends a little ground out -- Much more might be said on the concern. A member of the Continental Congress (), Hancock was President of Congress from and was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence. Light show through at right margin from docket on verso. ½-inch separation at blank mid-horizontal fold, pinhead-size hole at cross folds touches 1 letter.
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William Lloyd Garrison wrote to Benjamin Lundy: "We shall fare on bread and water a long time before we strike our flag. Whether we sink or swim in this new enterprise, we shall remain the unyielding advocates of the poor slave." This quotation is from a letter by William Lloyd Garrison to Benjamin Lundy, January Pages: 3.
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Typewritten copy. On verso is an incomplete copy of a letter from William Lloyd Garrison (Roxbury) to Francis Jackson Garrison wishing that he might accompany him to New York, 9 Dec. Hale, John P. on March 5,submitted an application to lease wharfing privileges along the river, likely as a partner of [see] Wm.
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A letter from Mr. Merril, of the 25th upon one writ him the 23rd instant, relating to this Board's desire of some information from Mr. Pulteney [fo. ], His Majesty's Secretary at War, about the state of the garrison at Annapolis Royal and of the province of Nova Scotia, was read, and an answer agreed and ordered to be sent.
Letter, James Garrison to S. Adair Author: Garrison, James Date: Decem James Garrison wrote from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio to his cousin Samuel Adair. The letter concerned relief efforts on behalf of the free state settlers and concerns about fraud on the part of agents collecting money and goods.
Caldwell County Ky Court Order Book B in Capt Garrison Anderson Compy. Sam l Watkins in Capt D Ordered that Wm Chandler Esqr administrator of Jacob Langston dec d pay over to Nancy Langston Widow of said decedant the sum of Twenty two dollars and Twenty five cents being the amount of corn sold that ought to have.
(Jefferson Co, Tennessee Deed Book F, p. ) John CUDE of Grainger Co., to John PANGLE, acres poles, $ on HANESES Branch of Bent Creek. Test: Wm HORNER, Sr, Jessee JAMES. Signed: John CUDE. Recorded 01/22/ 2. Ezekiel Cornell (–), was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Rhode Island –83 and member of the Board of War.
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(1) James Gedion Senr. (1) Richard Gedion (1) Wm. Gedion (1) Charles Gee (1) Barnet Geeter (1) Benjamin Geezling (1) Charles Geezling (1) Sally Geezling [widow] (1) Samuel Geezling (1) Charles Gent (1) Tyre Gentry (1) William Gentry (1) Bailey George (1) Benjamin George (1) Daniel.
Letter Book, Copies of letters sent by John E. Harwood and poems by John E. Harwood. Physical Description: 1 vol. Robert COOKE m 2nd, caprobably in White Co., TN to Sarah (_____), (Sally), b cawidow of Elijah SAWYER; in they were listed,in White Co.
Per the Carson Family History (WS# Cooke TN39), a letter written in by Robert COOKE to his grandson and namesake was signed "Robert E. COOKE" or "Robert F. COOKE". COLLECTION DESCRIPTION (MS 4) Material shelved at MS 4 Books apparently collected by the family. Box 1 Folder 4A:1 A book of Elizabethan letters and verses covers ca.
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