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Fri Mar 21 17:06:42 2014 UTClccn-n851741900.00Letters to John Francis Mercer,0.721.00Papers,1448257Richard_Dobbs_Spaightn 851741901554008lccn-n81146695Center of Military Historylccn-n87913906North CarolinaGovernor (1792-1795 : Spaight)lccn-n88654996Wheeler, John H.(John Hill)1806-1882lccn-n86084981Stanly, John1774-1833np-irving, thomas pIrving, Thomas P.lccn-n00065545Andrews, Alexander Boyd1873-1946np-clarkson familyClarkson familyfmolccn-n82122632Clarkson, Francis O.fmolccn-n98032610Clarkson, Heriot1863-1942fmolccn-n79103778Watson, Alan D.1942-Spaight, Richard Dobbs1758-1802Records and correspondenceHistorySourcesArchivesPersonal narrativesNorth CarolinaSpaight, Richard Dobbs,United StatesConstitutional Convention (United States : 1787)Constitutional historyQuarantineEpidemicsPublic healthYellow feverBibleStanly, John,GovernorsNorth Carolina--Craven CountyWashington, George,Political scienceBlount, William,Williamson, Hugh,Manners and customsKnox, Henry,Hawks, Francis L.--(Francis Lister),Jackson, William,Mifflin, Thomas,Davie, William Richardson,Gaston, William,MarylandHamilton, Alexander,Dickinson, John,Madison, James,Families--Social life and customsMarshall, John,Speight familyKing, Rufus,LawyersMartin, Alexander,Sargent, Winthrop,Coler, Martin,Desaguliers, J. T.--(John Theophilus),Bryan, William SSherman, Roger,Gorham, Nathaniel,Nugent, George Nugent Grenville,--Baron,Military pensionsGallatin, Albert,Reusner, Nikolaus,Bassett, Richard,Linck, Heinrich,Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth,BudeĢ, Guillaume,StudentsBancroft, George,1758180217841793179517991800180218061824187918801911192319243783349Z12151008ocn062834028file17930.88North CarolinaState of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq. ... Whereas I have been informed, that a pestilential fever at present prevails in the city of Philadelphia ... Given under my hand and the great seal of the state ... at Newbern, the 28th day of September A.D. 179311ocn020274499mix1.00Spaight, Richard DobbsPapersLetters and papers of Spaight and of his son, establishing the claim of the elder Spaight to a large tract of land in Craven County; and a paper endorsing a political appointment, 1785. There are also papers of his son, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr., including a certificate of William Hill's appointment as secretary of state, 1836, and a letter from William Gaston, concerning a meeting of the trustees of a New Bern theater11ocn038198861book17931.00Spaight, Richard DobbsState of North-Carolina11ocn861635631mix1.00Knox, HenryHenry Knox papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceLetters and other papers of General Henry Knox. Letters pertain to his military duties, to various campaigns of the Revolutionary War, and to his duties as United States Secretary of War, including securing pensions for wounded soldiers, administration of naval embargoes, and the repatriation of prizes taken by proscribed privateers. Recipients include General Henry Jackson, Edward Carrington, Samuel Huntington, and Richard Dobbs Spaight. Other papers include discharge papers, requests for land surveys, and payrolls of invalid pensioners signed by Knox11ocn433579619book17840.47Spaight, Richard Dobbs[Letter] 1784 Aug. 22, Port Tobacco [to] Jacob ReedThe letter concerns his difficult journey homeward towards South Carolina from Philadelphia, complicated by a fever and "still labouring under the disagreeable feelings of uncertainty." Transcription available. -- Also, Spaight's signature on the title page of Edward Gibbon's: History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, v. 6, Dublin, 178111ocn122499820mixMercer, John FrancisLetters to John Francis MercerHistoryArchivesPersonal narrativesSourcesRecords and correspondenceThe letters from John F. Mercer's agents Muse Battaile and John Colquhon concern with the financial and legal matters, including the lands in Kentucky11ocn270663929book17990.10Spaight, Richard Dobbsto Governor DavieAsking that Dr. Francis A. Loi be appointed physician to the port of Washington01ocn013929595book1795Spaight, Richard DobbsDS, New Bern, North Carolina. Land GrantHistoryA printed land grant of 265 acres in Moore County to David Allison. Attached official survey document dated 1794 November 20, also pendant Great Seal of North Carolina1541ocn013243340book19860.66Richard Dobbs Spaight353ocn004724626book18800.73Wheeler, John HSketch of the life of Richard Dobbs Spaight of North Carolina,274ocn318919696book18020.95Controversy between Gen. Richard D. Spaight and John Stanly, Esq. To which is annexed an extract from a funeral discourse, intended to have been delivered by the Rev. Thomas P. Irving on the death of the formerBiography202ocn841574453book19240.29Andrews, Alexander BoydRichard Dobbs Spaight : governor of North Carolina, 1792-1795Biography143ocn017445571book19870.25Watson, Alan DRichard Dobbs SpaightHistoryBiography21ocn078652917book18060.92The self-interpreting Bible containing the sacred text of the Old and New Testaments : translated from the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised : to which are annexed, marginal references and illustrations, an exact summary of the several books, a paraphrase on the most obscure or important parts, an analysis of the contents of each chapter, explanatory notes, and evangelical reflectionsCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn047205708art19240.92Andrews, Alexander BoydRichard Dobbs Spaight11ocn019788944book19871.00The Founding fathers : a brilliant gathering of reason and creativity11ocn851571731book19870.27Craige, BurtonThe Federal Convention of 1787 : North Carolina in the great crisis11ocn642210685book19231.00Grady, Henry AThe two Spaights : address of Judge Henry A. Grady at the unveiling of the granite boulder to Governors Nash and Spaight, at Newbern, N.C., under the auspices of the Daughters of the American Revolution, June 7th, 1923Biography11ocn608629606book1824Stanly, JohnTo the freemen of the counties of Carteret, Craven, Jones, Lenoir, Greene, Wayne, and Johnston. :11ocn047206217art19241.00Correspondence on Andrews' Richard Dobbs Spaight11ocn084677991book1.00Portraits : engraved portraits of eminent jurists and writers on legal subjectsPortraits11ocn023712475mix1.00Donnell familyDonnell family papersThe collection includes papers of John Robert Donnell (1789-1864), New Bern, N.C., lawyer; his brothers; his son, Richard Spaight Donnell (1820-1867); his daughter, Mary Spaight Donnell Shepard (1817-1883); and his in-laws. The materials are almost entirely business and property papers, including many notes, receipts, and accounts, along with a lesser amount of correspondence about legal and financial transactions. They concern principally the estates of Governor Richard Dobbs Spaight Jr., United States Representative Charles Biddle Shepard, and Joseph Leech in North Carolina; J.R. Donnell's property in Montgomery, Ala.; and R.S. Donnell's Hyde County, N.C., farm in 1866-1867. The only items pertaining to public affairs are 17 letters, 1866-1867, regarding the dispute between Edward Conigland (1819-1877) and Edward Jenner Warren (1826-1876). R.S. Donnell's activities as state legislator and United States representative are not reflected in these papers11ocn019933651mix1.00Iredell, JamesJames Iredell, Sr., and James Iredell, Jr. papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers of James Iredell, Jr., pertain mostly to his legal career. Other topics include his student activities at Yale, national and North Carolina politics, patronage matters, the nullification crisis, and family affairs. Correspondents in the collection include John Branch, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, Samuel Chase, William R. Davie, Oliver Ellsworth, Robert Y. Hayne, Joseph Hewes, William Hooper, John Jay, Charles Lee, Henry Lee, H.E. McCulloh, John Marshall, A. Nielson, William Paterson, Timothy Pickering, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Sr., Zachary Taylor, and John Tyler12ocn173203688book1.00Washington Irving's Life of George WashingtonHistoryBiographyPortraitsPictorial worksSources11ocn025327452mix1.00Bryan, William SWilliam S. Bryan papersHistoryBryan's papers include some legal correspondence, including two from Roger B. Taney, but consist chiefly of letters from his family at Raleigh, N.C., in the 1850s, especially from his brother, Army officer Francis Theodore Bryan of Florida and Washington, D.C., and members of the Pettigrew and Battle families of North Carolina. Also included are political correspondence, 1818-1835 (26 items), and a personal account book of his father, John Heritage Bryan (1798-1870), Whig U.S. representative from North Carolina. Correspondents include William Gaston, Francis L. Hawks, Richard D. Spaight, George E. Badger, Daniel Webster, Edward Everett, and Nathaniel Macon11ocn767585567visu1.00Kestner, MelvinHistorical project showcasing the Spaight-Stanly duel11ocn024561286mix1.00Hawks, Francis LFrancis L. Hawks papersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceScattered items relating to Francis L. Hawks's work in preparing his "History of North Carolina," consisting primarily of microfilm copies of items at the Episcopal Church Historical Society, Austin, Tex. Included are extracts from court records, church records, legislative and council journals, correspondence and other papers. Significantly represented is the correspondence of Clement Hall and that of John Stanly (1774-1834) relating to his disagreement with Richard Dobbs Spaight. Also included are lists of additional Hawks material in Austin, and two original items: a letter, 12 April 1858, to Hawks from historian George Bancroft, and a letter, 10 February 1860, from Hawks to North Carolina governor David L. Swain regarding a catalog of Bancroft's manuscript collection11ocn586009043book18791.00Wheeler, John HRichard Dobbs Spaight, of North CarolinaBiographyFri Mar 21 15:43:16 EDT 2014batch17301