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Joseph C. Cabell Papers [manuscript] 1706-1920 (Bulk 1800-1856).

Cabell, Joseph C; Betts, Samuel Rossiter; Dubois, Lewis; Lee, Richard Henry; Livingston, Edward; McGuffey, William Holmes; Thomson, Charles
Format
Manuscript/Archive; Online
Published
University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, VA
Language
English
Variant Title
Cabell family papers
Finding Aid Note
Detailed guide / inventory available up through 1836. For listing of correspondents through 1836 see also the bound RR guide under "Cabell." Card index including correspondents from 1837 also available.
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GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
Summary
Personal and business papers deal with family affairs, the University of Virginia, and educational and political matters. Major topics include 19th century Virginia social life and politics; agriculture; slavery; and the founding and early years of the University of Virginia. Other topics include national politics and government; the College of William and Mary
Specific topics of interest include slaves escaping to the British during the War of 1812; as well as John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, DeWitt Clinton
Correspondents include members of the Cabell, Carr, Cocke, Randolph, Tucker and Wirt families as well as many other nationally prominent figures including John Quincy Adams, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, George Clinton, William Duane, Robley Dunglison, Gessner Harrison, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, Chapman Johnson, Arthur Lee, Richard Henry Lee, Benjamin Watkins Leigh, Edward Livingstone, William Holmes McGuffey, James Madison, John Marshall, John B. Minor, James Monroe, Gouverneur Morris, John Singleton Mosby, Wilson Cary Nicholas, Thomas Nelson Page, George Wythe Randolph, John Randolph, Peyton Randolph, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Thomas Mann Randolph, Merritt M. Robinson.
Of interest is a notebook of George Tucker's lectures on moral philosophy belonging to Merit M. Robinson, 1831-1832.
Included are letters of: John Quincy Adams, 1824 Mar. 27 (copy of a document requested by Cabell); E. Benson and Melancton Smith, 1777 Mar. 5 (land abandoned by Tories); Samuel R. Betts, 1827 Oct. 1 (order to pay U. S. branch bank); John C. Calhoun, 1824 Nov. 22 (direct election of presidents); Henry Clay, 1831 April 13 (requested letters of recommendation and possibility of defeating Jackson in 1832); George Clinton, 1809 Oct. 10, to Matthias Tallmadge (land purchase and family health); Isaac "Baron" Dubose to John Hartwell Cocke, Jr., 1825 Apr. 30 (letter of introduction and humorous comments regarding Yale); William Temple Franklin, n.d., Peter Gansevoort, 1778 Nov. 6 (news from an Oneida that a council of Indians on the Tioga River had decided to attack Cherry Valley with young Butler leading the Tories); Wilhelm von Humboldt, 1805 March (invitation to Cabell and Washington Irving to an assembly); John Jay, 1780 Mar. 2 (news from Spain, the possibility of war among France, England and Spain over the islands and the Spanish disapproval of the New York constitution which "tolerates" Jews); Thomas Jefferson, 1772 Sept. 3 (boundary dispute)
Arthur Lee, 1778 Feb. 17 (dispute with Silas Deane and French commissioners); William Lee writing under his alias Baron de Bach, 1780 Oct. 8, (the capture at sea of Henry Laurens, English hiring of more German mercenaries for Henry Clinton and British moves against Jamaica and the West Indies); Richard Henry Lee, 1778 Feb. 17; James Madison, 1826 Jan. 25 (law vacancy at the University of Virginia); John Marshall, 1833 Sept. 17; Col. Walkill Malcolm, 1780 Apr. 26 (compensation for property destroyed by the British and a state election); James Monroe, 1804 Sep. 27 (engagement with Lord Harrowby?); Gouverneur Morris and Franics Lewis, 1778 Aug. 25 (slaves in New York who have run away to the British army) ; Richard Morris together with Robert Yates and John Price, 1781 Mar. 8 (clemency for a prisoner); & Apr. 30 (requested military appointment); John Randolph, 1824 Jan. 8 (thanks for a publication); Philp Schuyler et al, 1781 Jul. 26 and Aug. 6 (pleas for troops to defend New York frontier after attacks in the Mohawk Valley
Arthur Sinclair to John Hartwell Cocke, 1809 Aug. 2 (British ambassador Erskine, Napoleon's attitude, preparations for war, the schooner Nautilus); James Tallmadge, 1826 Dec. 13 (family news, Daniel D. Tompkins and DeWitt Clinton as political rivals); Abraham Ten Broeck, 1780 Apr. 1 (New York frontier defenseless as militia have marched to Saratoga); Charles Thomson, 1783 Aug. 21 (Congressional proceedings regarding return of archives and papers); Robert Van Rensselaer, 1781 Apr. 26 (delinquent military returns); Gose Van Schaick, 1780 Dec. 16 (depreciated pay of New York troops); George Washington to Edward Carrington, 1797 June 26 (an improved threshing machine); William Wirt to James Stephenson, 1822 Nov. 30 and John Dickinson (requesting clerkship for William Brent); and William Yates, 1776 Aug. 30 (extract from proceedings of New York Committee of Safety).
Also an agreement between William Cabell and John Cook, and Jesse Thomas for sale of the slave Sampson, 1771 Nov 22; a regimental return compiled by Lewis Dubois, 1777 July 18; and a petition to Zachary Taylor to appoint David S. G. Cabell as private secretary signed by 42 Virginia legislators, 1849.
The collection also contains Cabell's personal correspondence with William Brockenbrough, 1798 -1800 (French Revolution as a justifiable and fortunate event; alien and sedition laws, impressment, articles published under pen names including Peyton Randolph as Gracchus, law practice); Col. Nicholas Cabell, 1803 (J.C.C.'s European tour); William H. Cabell, 1800-1806 (personal news, Republican victory in 1800, J.C.Cabell's ill health and European tour, Hay-Callender affair, slave representation in General Assembly, marriage prospects, law studies, horse purchase); Wills Cowper, 1800-1801 (personal news, horseracing); Isaac Coles 1801-1808 (balloon launch in Williamsburg, wedding, division of slaves, management of Corotoman); Benjamin Watkins Leigh, 1801 Aug. 7 (studying law, Jefferson's patronage to Republicans only); Arthur Sinclair, 1809 Aug. 2 (preparations for war, the schooner "Nautilus"); Henry St. George Tucker, 1802 March 28 (student riot at William and Mary); David Watson, 1801 (running for election, brief mention of alarm over the slave revolt of 1802)
The collection also contains letters to William Brent, Jr., from Walter R. Daniel, Peter V. Daniel, Peter V. Daniel, Jr., Edward Livingston and William Wirt, 1824-1840, concerning a petition/memorial to the Virginia legislature on a political matter possibly the appointment of Presidential electors, Thomas Ritchie and the Enquirer, a copy of Bacon's works, the press of legal business, Edmund Randolph's papers, Wirt's court obligations in Baltimore, the dangerous electoral system and need for constitutional amendment, a position as clerk of the Supreme Court with mention of John Marshall and Benjamn W. Leigh, Andrew Jackson, internal improvements, tariff, economy in government, patronage, John C. Calhoun, 2nd Bank of the United State, Thomas W. Gilmer, local and state politics, a naval appointment, Martin Van Buren, Daniel Webster, the Whigs, the Smithsonian fund, and the ill health a servant necessitating a sea shore excursion.
Also letters to Peggy R. Cabell from Elizabeth Hare, 1803 (family news); the Rev. Drury Lacy, 1803 (spiritual advice); J. League, 1805 (personal news); Sarah Douthat, 1806 (illness of a friend); Anne Rice, 1806 (family, religious sentiment); Herringnam C. Bernard, 1806 (family); and Nicholas Cabell, 1808 (family)
Description
2415 items.
Cite as
Joseph C. Cabell papers, 1706-1920, Accession #38-111, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Notes
Material regarding Aaron Burr : microfilmed on M-763.
Biographical Note
Planter, political leader, and statesman of Amherst (Nelson) County (Va.); co-founder of the University of Virginia with Jefferson, Madison, Monroe and John Hartwell Cocke.
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    a| Specific topics of interest include slaves escaping to the British during the War of 1812; as well as John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, DeWitt Clinton,
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    a| Correspondents include members of the Cabell, Carr, Cocke, Randolph, Tucker and Wirt families as well as many other nationally prominent figures including John Quincy Adams, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, George Clinton, William Duane, Robley Dunglison, Gessner Harrison, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, Chapman Johnson, Arthur Lee, Richard Henry Lee, Benjamin Watkins Leigh, Edward Livingstone, William Holmes McGuffey, James Madison, John Marshall, John B. Minor, James Monroe, Gouverneur Morris, John Singleton Mosby, Wilson Cary Nicholas, Thomas Nelson Page, George Wythe Randolph, John Randolph, Peyton Randolph, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Thomas Mann Randolph, Merritt M. Robinson.
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    a| Of interest is a notebook of George Tucker's lectures on moral philosophy belonging to Merit M. Robinson, 1831-1832.
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    a| Included are letters of: John Quincy Adams, 1824 Mar. 27 (copy of a document requested by Cabell); E. Benson and Melancton Smith, 1777 Mar. 5 (land abandoned by Tories); Samuel R. Betts, 1827 Oct. 1 (order to pay U. S. branch bank); John C. Calhoun, 1824 Nov. 22 (direct election of presidents); Henry Clay, 1831 April 13 (requested letters of recommendation and possibility of defeating Jackson in 1832); George Clinton, 1809 Oct. 10, to Matthias Tallmadge (land purchase and family health); Isaac "Baron" Dubose to John Hartwell Cocke, Jr., 1825 Apr. 30 (letter of introduction and humorous comments regarding Yale); William Temple Franklin, n.d., Peter Gansevoort, 1778 Nov. 6 (news from an Oneida that a council of Indians on the Tioga River had decided to attack Cherry Valley with young Butler leading the Tories); Wilhelm von Humboldt, 1805 March (invitation to Cabell and Washington Irving to an assembly); John Jay, 1780 Mar. 2 (news from Spain, the possibility of war among France, England and Spain over the islands and the Spanish disapproval of the New York constitution which "tolerates" Jews); Thomas Jefferson, 1772 Sept. 3 (boundary dispute);
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    a| Arthur Lee, 1778 Feb. 17 (dispute with Silas Deane and French commissioners); William Lee writing under his alias Baron de Bach, 1780 Oct. 8, (the capture at sea of Henry Laurens, English hiring of more German mercenaries for Henry Clinton and British moves against Jamaica and the West Indies); Richard Henry Lee, 1778 Feb. 17; James Madison, 1826 Jan. 25 (law vacancy at the University of Virginia); John Marshall, 1833 Sept. 17; Col. Walkill Malcolm, 1780 Apr. 26 (compensation for property destroyed by the British and a state election); James Monroe, 1804 Sep. 27 (engagement with Lord Harrowby?); Gouverneur Morris and Franics Lewis, 1778 Aug. 25 (slaves in New York who have run away to the British army) ; Richard Morris together with Robert Yates and John Price, 1781 Mar. 8 (clemency for a prisoner); & Apr. 30 (requested military appointment); John Randolph, 1824 Jan. 8 (thanks for a publication); Philp Schuyler et al, 1781 Jul. 26 and Aug. 6 (pleas for troops to defend New York frontier after attacks in the Mohawk Valley;
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    a| Arthur Sinclair to John Hartwell Cocke, 1809 Aug. 2 (British ambassador Erskine, Napoleon's attitude, preparations for war, the schooner Nautilus); James Tallmadge, 1826 Dec. 13 (family news, Daniel D. Tompkins and DeWitt Clinton as political rivals); Abraham Ten Broeck, 1780 Apr. 1 (New York frontier defenseless as militia have marched to Saratoga); Charles Thomson, 1783 Aug. 21 (Congressional proceedings regarding return of archives and papers); Robert Van Rensselaer, 1781 Apr. 26 (delinquent military returns); Gose Van Schaick, 1780 Dec. 16 (depreciated pay of New York troops); George Washington to Edward Carrington, 1797 June 26 (an improved threshing machine); William Wirt to James Stephenson, 1822 Nov. 30 and John Dickinson (requesting clerkship for William Brent); and William Yates, 1776 Aug. 30 (extract from proceedings of New York Committee of Safety).
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    a| Also an agreement between William Cabell and John Cook, and Jesse Thomas for sale of the slave Sampson, 1771 Nov 22; a regimental return compiled by Lewis Dubois, 1777 July 18; and a petition to Zachary Taylor to appoint David S. G. Cabell as private secretary signed by 42 Virginia legislators, 1849.
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    a| The collection also contains Cabell's personal correspondence with William Brockenbrough, 1798 -1800 (French Revolution as a justifiable and fortunate event; alien and sedition laws, impressment, articles published under pen names including Peyton Randolph as Gracchus, law practice); Col. Nicholas Cabell, 1803 (J.C.C.'s European tour); William H. Cabell, 1800-1806 (personal news, Republican victory in 1800, J.C.Cabell's ill health and European tour, Hay-Callender affair, slave representation in General Assembly, marriage prospects, law studies, horse purchase); Wills Cowper, 1800-1801 (personal news, horseracing); Isaac Coles 1801-1808 (balloon launch in Williamsburg, wedding, division of slaves, management of Corotoman); Benjamin Watkins Leigh, 1801 Aug. 7 (studying law, Jefferson's patronage to Republicans only); Arthur Sinclair, 1809 Aug. 2 (preparations for war, the schooner "Nautilus"); Henry St. George Tucker, 1802 March 28 (student riot at William and Mary); David Watson, 1801 (running for election, brief mention of alarm over the slave revolt of 1802)
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    a| The collection also contains letters to William Brent, Jr., from Walter R. Daniel, Peter V. Daniel, Peter V. Daniel, Jr., Edward Livingston and William Wirt, 1824-1840, concerning a petition/memorial to the Virginia legislature on a political matter possibly the appointment of Presidential electors, Thomas Ritchie and the Enquirer, a copy of Bacon's works, the press of legal business, Edmund Randolph's papers, Wirt's court obligations in Baltimore, the dangerous electoral system and need for constitutional amendment, a position as clerk of the Supreme Court with mention of John Marshall and Benjamn W. Leigh, Andrew Jackson, internal improvements, tariff, economy in government, patronage, John C. Calhoun, 2nd Bank of the United State, Thomas W. Gilmer, local and state politics, a naval appointment, Martin Van Buren, Daniel Webster, the Whigs, the Smithsonian fund, and the ill health a servant necessitating a sea shore excursion.
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    a| Also letters to Peggy R. Cabell from Elizabeth Hare, 1803 (family news); the Rev. Drury Lacy, 1803 (spiritual advice); J. League, 1805 (personal news); Sarah Douthat, 1806 (illness of a friend); Anne Rice, 1806 (family, religious sentiment); Herringnam C. Bernard, 1806 (family); and Nicholas Cabell, 1808 (family)
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    a| Joseph C. Cabell papers, 1706-1920, Accession #38-111, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Planter, political leader, and statesman of Amherst (Nelson) County (Va.); co-founder of the University of Virginia with Jefferson, Madison, Monroe and John Hartwell Cocke.
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    a| Detailed guide / inventory available up through 1836. For listing of correspondents through 1836 see also the bound RR guide under "Cabell." Card index including correspondents from 1837 also available.
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    a| Napoleon b| I, c| Emperor of the French, d| 1769-1821.
    600
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    0
    a| Burr, Aaron, d| 1756-1836.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Butler, Walter, d| 1752?-1781.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Cabell, David Samuel Garland, d| 1825-1893.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Callender, James Thomson, d| 1758-1803.
    600
    1
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    a| Cabell, Joseph C. q| (Joseph Carrington), d| 1778-1856.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Calhoun, John C. q| (John Caldwell), d| 1782-1850.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Clay, Henry, d| 1777-1852.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Clinton, DeWitt, d| 1769-1828.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Clinton, Henry, c| Sir, d| 1738?-1795.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Deane, Silas, d| 1737-1789.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Erskine, David Montagu, d| 1776-1855.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Gilmer, Thomas W. q| (Thomas Walker), d| 1802-1844.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Hay, George, d| 1765-1830.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Irving, Washington, d| 1783-1859.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Jackson, Andrew, d| 1767-1845.
    600
    1
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Laurens, Henry, d| 1724-1792.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Leigh, Benjamin Watkins, d| 1781-1849.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Randolph, Edmund, d| 1753-1813.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Ritchie, Thomas, d| 1778-1854.
    600
    1
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    a| Robinson, M. M. q| (Merritt M.), d| -1850.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Tompkins, Daniel D., d| 1774-1825.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Tucker, George, d| 1775-1861.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Van Buren, Martin, d| 1782-1862.
    600
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    a| Webster, Daniel, d| 1782-1852.
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    a| Great Britain. b| Army. b| Butler's Rangers.
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    2
    0
    a| Bank of the United States (1816-1836)
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    2
    0
    a| College of William and Mary x| History.
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    0
    a| College of William and Mary x| Alumni and alumnae.
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    a| College of William and Mary x| Riots.
    610
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    0
    a| Corotoman (Lancaster County, Va. : Estate)
    610
    2
    0
    a| Nautilus (Schooner)
    610
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    0
    a| New York (State). b| Committee of Safety.
    610
    2
    0
    a| Smithsonian Institution x| History.
    610
    2
    0
    a| Whig Party (Va.)
    610
    2
    0
    a| University of Virginia x| Curricula.
    610
    2
    0
    a| University of Virginia x| History.
    610
    2
    0
    a| University of Virginia x| Students.
    610
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    0
    a| University of Virginia x| Students v| Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.
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    a| Alien and Sedition laws, 1798.
    650
      
    0
    a| American loyalists z| New York.
    650
      
    0
    a| Antisemitism z| Spain x| History y| 18th century.
    650
      
    0
    a| Balloon ascensions z| Virginia z| Williamsburg.
    650
      
    0
    a| Electoral college z| United States x| History.
    650
      
    0
    a| Ethics x| Study and teaching (Higher) z| Virginia z| Charlottesville.
    650
      
    0
    a| Fugitive slaves z| New York.
    650
      
    0
    a| Horse racing z| Virginia z| Richmond.
    650
      
    0
    a| Marriage z| United States x| History y| 19th century.
    650
      
    0
    a| Presidents z| United States x| Election y| 1800.
    650
      
    0
    a| Presidents z| United States x| Election y| 1832.
    650
      
    0
    a| Public works z| United States.
    650
      
    0
    a| Real property z| New York.
    650
      
    0
    a| Slave insurrections z| Virginia.
    650
      
    0
    a| Slave trade z| Virginia.
    650
      
    0
    a| Slaves x| Social conditions z| Virginia.
    650
      
    0
    a| Slavery z| Virginia x| History y| 19th century.
    650
      
    0
    a| Tariff z| United States.
    651
      
    0
    a| Cherry Valley (N.Y.) x| History y| Revolution, 1775-1783.
    651
      
    0
    a| France x| History y| Revolution, 1789-1799 x| Foreign public opinion, American.
    651
      
    0
    a| New York (State) x| History y| Revolution, 1775-1783.
    651
      
    0
    a| United States x| Foreign relations y| 1775-1783.
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    a| United States x| History y| Revolution, 1775-1783 x| Personal narratives.
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    a| United States x| History y| War of 1812.
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    a| United States x| Politics and government y| 1783-1865.
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    a| Letters (Correspondence) 2| aat
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    a| Minutes. 2| aat
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    a| Returns (Military reports) 2| aat
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    a| Adams, John Quincy, d| 1767-1848, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Alden, Ichabod, d| 1739-1778, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Benson, E., d| fl. 1777, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Bernard, Herringnam, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Betts, Samuel Rossiter, d| 1786-1868.
    700
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    a| Brent, William, c| Jr., e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Brockenbrough, William, d| 1778-1838, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Cabell, Margaret R. Venable, d| 1782-1807, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Cabell, Nicholas, d| 1750-1803, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Cabell, William H., d| 1772-1853, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Calhoun, John C. q| (John Caldwell), d| 1782-1850, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Carr, Dabney, d| 1773-1837, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Carr, Peter, d| 1770-1815, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Carrington, Edward, d| 1749-1810, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Clay, Henry, d| 1777-1852 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Clinton, George, d| 1739-1812, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Cocke, John Hartwell, d| 1780-1866, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Cocke, John Hartwell, d| 1804-1846, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Coles, Isaac A., d| 1780-1841, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Daniel, Peter V. q| (Peter Vivian), d| 1784-1860, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Daniel, Walter R., d| fl. 1824, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Dickinson, John Dean, d| 1767-1841, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Douthat, Sarah, d| fl. 1806, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Duane, William, d| 1760-1835, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Dubois, Lewis, d| b. 1744?
    700
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    a| Dubose, Isaac, d| 1804-1832, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Dunglison, Robley, d| 1798-1869, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Franklin, William Temple, d| 1760-1823, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Gansevoort, Peter, d| 1749-1812, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Hare, Elizabeth, d| fl. 1803, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Harrison, Gessner, d| 1807-1862, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Humboldt, Wilhelm von, d| 1767-1835 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Jay, John, d| 1745-1829 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Johnson, Chapman, d| 1779-1849, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Lacy, Drury, d| fl. 1803, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Lee, Arthur, d| 1740-1792, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Lee, Richard Henry, d| 1732-1794.
    700
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    a| Lee, William, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Leigh, Benjamin Watkins, d| 1781-1849, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Lewis, Francis, d| 1713-1803, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Livingston, Edward, d| 1764-1836
    700
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    a| McGuffey, William Holmes, d| 1800-1873.
    700
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    a| Madison, James, d| 1749-1812, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Madison, James, d| 1751-1836, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Malcolm, Walkill, c| Col., e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Marshall, John, d| 1755-1835, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Minor, John B. q| (John Barbee), d| 1813-1895, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Monroe, James, d| 1758-1831, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Morris, Gouverneur, d| 1752-1816, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Morris, Richard, d| 1730-1810, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Mosby, John Singleton, d| 1833-1916, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Nicholas, Wilson Cary, d| 1761-1820, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Page, Thomas Nelson, d| 1853-1922, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Randolph, George Wythe, d| 1818-1867, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Randolph, John, d| 1773-1833, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Randolph, Peyton, d| approximately 1778-1828, e| correspondent.
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