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Letters of John Randolph of Roanoke [manuscript] 1808 and 1817.

Randolph, John
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Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Summary
A letter, 1808 February 15, Randolph to Joseph Clay briefly mentions the embargo and the political apostacy of an unnamed friend, discusses a recent accident, requests a copy of a biographical index to the House of Commons, and comments on chances in the next [presidential?] election, noting that Pennsylvania will be the deciding state.
A letter, 1817 February 22, to Joseph A. Clay, notes that he is very ill and asks Clay to let his brother Henry Tucker know of his condition.
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2 items.
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John Randolph, Letters, 1808 and 1817, Accession #6015, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| A letter, 1808 February 15, Randolph to Joseph Clay briefly mentions the embargo and the political apostacy of an unnamed friend, discusses a recent accident, requests a copy of a biographical index to the House of Commons, and comments on chances in the next [presidential?] election, noting that Pennsylvania will be the deciding state.
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    a| A letter, 1817 February 22, to Joseph A. Clay, notes that he is very ill and asks Clay to let his brother Henry Tucker know of his condition.
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    a| John Randolph, Letters, 1808 and 1817, Accession #6015, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Clay, Joseph, d| 1764-1811 e| recipient.
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