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Papers of Dr. James Carmichael [manuscript] 1816-1834, and N.D.

Carmichael, James
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
Dr. James Carmichael papers
Finding Aid Note
Summary of the collection with an itemized listing of letters discussing the health of slaves is available.
Related Resources
GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
Summary
This collection contains letters to Dr. Carmichael, 1819-1834, requesting medical treatment, prescriptions, and visits. There are also a few accounts and receipts, some dealing with the purchase of reference books and medical supplies, often from a Philadelphia firm run by Thomas and Judah Dobson. Dr. Carmichael's day book, 1816-1817, completes the collection.
James Barbour, Edmund Berkeley, St. Ledger Landon Carter, Burr Harrison, Fontaine Maury, Hugh Mercer, Hubbard T. Minor, Mann Page, and Bushrod Washington are among the correspondents requesting treatment as are members of the Alexander, Alsop, Banks, Battaile, Brooke, Herndon, Hooe, Maury, Pratt, Selden, Stanard, Straughan, and Taliaferro families.
Letters of special interest include one from Robert Carter from Sabine Hall, 1828, concerning the dispositions of slaves in whom Mrs. Carter had a life share and from J[ohn?] Gray at the University of Virginia, March 1825, who agrees to comply with a [subpoena?]
Description
675(ca.) pieces.
Cite as
Dr. James Carmichael, Papers, 1816-1830 and n.d., Accession #11373, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Biographical Note
Scottish-born physician of Fredericksburg, Va.
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    a| This collection contains letters to Dr. Carmichael, 1819-1834, requesting medical treatment, prescriptions, and visits. There are also a few accounts and receipts, some dealing with the purchase of reference books and medical supplies, often from a Philadelphia firm run by Thomas and Judah Dobson. Dr. Carmichael's day book, 1816-1817, completes the collection.
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    a| James Barbour, Edmund Berkeley, St. Ledger Landon Carter, Burr Harrison, Fontaine Maury, Hugh Mercer, Hubbard T. Minor, Mann Page, and Bushrod Washington are among the correspondents requesting treatment as are members of the Alexander, Alsop, Banks, Battaile, Brooke, Herndon, Hooe, Maury, Pratt, Selden, Stanard, Straughan, and Taliaferro families.
    520
      
      
    a| Letters of special interest include one from Robert Carter from Sabine Hall, 1828, concerning the dispositions of slaves in whom Mrs. Carter had a life share and from J[ohn?] Gray at the University of Virginia, March 1825, who agrees to comply with a [subpoena?]
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    a| Dr. James Carmichael, Papers, 1816-1830 and n.d., Accession #11373, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Scottish-born physician of Fredericksburg, Va.
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    a| Summary of the collection with an itemized listing of letters discussing the health of slaves is available.
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    a| Alsop family.
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    a| Alexander family.
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    a| Banks family.
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    a| Battaile family.
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    3
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    a| Brooks family.
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    3
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    a| Herndon family.
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    3
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    a| Hooe family.
    600
    3
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    a| Morey family.
    600
    3
    0
    a| Pratt family.
    600
    3
    0
    a| Selden family.
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    3
    0
    a| Stanard family.
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    3
    0
    a| Strachan family.
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    3
    0
    a| Tolliver family.
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    0
    a| Child health services z| Virginia x| History y| 19th century.
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    a| Medicine z| Virginia x| History y| 19th century.
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    a| Physicians z| Virginia z| Fredericksburg.
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    a| Slaves z| Virginia x| Social conditions.
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    a| Women's health services z| Virginia x| History y| 19th century.
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    a| Spotsylvania County (Va.) x| History y| 19th century.
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    a| Berkeley, Edmund e| correspondent.
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    a| Carter, St. Leger Landon e| correspondent.
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    a| Carter, Robert, d| fl. 1828, e| correspondent.
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    a| Dobson, Judah, d| fl. 1830, e| correspondent.
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    a| Dobson, Thomas, d| fl. 1820, e| correspondent.
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    a| Gray, John, d| fl. 1825, e| correspondent.
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    a| Maury, Fontaine, d| 1761-1824 e| correspondent.
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    a| Mercer, Hugh Tenant Weedon d| 1776-1853, e| correspondent.
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    1
      
    a| Minor, Hubbard T., d| fl. 1825, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Page, Mann, d| 1749-1781, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Washington, Bushrod, d| 1762-1829 e| correspondent.
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