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Letter written by Mahlon Taylor to Samuel Clarke commenting on US troops during Fort George occupation - July 26, 1813
A letter written by Mahlon Taylor to his uncle, Samuel Clarke, dated at Marcellus [New York], July 26, 1813. Mahlon Taylor writes that he believes the mail he has sent out is not making it past Princeton, as he has not ...
List of Officers of the reduced Independent Companies who are to receive half pay - 1791
A List of Officers of the reduced Independent Companies who are to receive half pay from the days hereafter mentioned, to the 24th of December 1791, both days inclusive, or to the days of their death or Provision ...
Schooner Ranger document, 1810-1815
A page of entries detailing the financial history of the Schooner Ranger, a Great Lakes cargo ship, from 1810-1815. The ship sustained damage in 1811 on its journey from Detroit to Black Rock, in which 3 people drowned. ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 3 January 1920
The letter describes pictures Eleanore Celeste had received from Arthur. The second part of the letter discusses a trip to the Metropolitan to see three one act Italian operas. The singers mentioned are Farrar and Amato. ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 10 September 1918
This letter describes outings with Gus and going to the Broad Theatre to see the play "Oh! Boy". She also mentions her friend Margaret who will be married in Atlanta. This letter is labelled number 158.
H.A.S. Dearborn letter - May 29, 1812
A letter addressed to H.A.S. Dearborn in Boston, dated May 29, 1812 at Concord, N.H [New Hampshire]. The letter was written by Capt. A.M. Clary and describes his success at recruiting troops for his company, likely in ...
James Monroe letter of marque, ca. 1812
A letter of marque addressed to Captain James Rogers, commander of the boat Retaliation, and signed by James Monroe, secretary of state. Letters of marquee provided legal authority for an armed vessel to capture enemy ...
The War, 19 July 1814, (vol. 3, no. 109)
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 20 & 21 September 1918
The first letter begins with Eleanore Celeste writing a few words in french and discussing a song "oh! Frenchy" that has become popular. She continues to study French and plans to study American History. The second letter ...
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, Friday P.M. (2)
The letter reads: "My dear Artie, Thank you so much for the perfectly exquisite La Valliere. I just love it, and it is what I have always wanted. With great sincerity, Lessie. P.S. I am looking forward to seeing you ...