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Fri Mar 21 17:15:27 2014 UTClccn-nr940024630.00Letter from the commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Hon. Powhatan Ellis, on the subject of private land claims. : February 1, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States0.791.00Discourse of the Hon. Powhattan Ellis, at a public dinner given to him on the 17th of September, in Natchez, with notes by the committee73733432Powhatan_Ellisnr 940024633536487Ellis, Mr. (Powhatan), 1790-1863lccn-nr93019641Ellis, Thomas H.(Thomas Harding)1814-1898lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n88274031Bragg, Braxton1817-1876np-slaughter, james edwin$1827 1901Slaughter, James Edwin1827-1901lccn-n83185212Confederate States of AmericaArmy of Tennesseelccn-sh85042609Ellis familylccn-n81112114United StatesEmbassy (Mexico)lccn-nr98008102MexicoMinisterio de Relaciones Exterioreslccn-no97052781Ortiz Monasterio, José María1807-1869nc-united states$congress$1827 1828$senateUnited StatesCongress1827-1828)SenateEllis, Powhatan1790-1863GenealogyEllis, Powhatan,United StatesPolitical scienceLegislatorsUnited States.--Congress.--SenateUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaDraftEllis familyVirginiaMississippiMexicoLand grantsInternational relationsTucker familyEllis, CharlesMerchantsTobacco industryVirginia--RichmondMumford familyMunford, George Wythe,Poe, Edgar Allan,United States.--CongressUniversity of VirginiaJames River and Kanawha Company (Richmond, Va.)American Civil War (1861-1865)Virginia--Amherst CountyEllis, Thomas H.--(Thomas Harding),Wickham, WilliamAppomattox Campaign (1865)Land titlesLouisiana--New OrleansEngland--LondonRoane, Spencer,Bolling, William,StudentsCabinet photographsTravelTalbot familySouth Carolina.--General AssemblyVirginia--James RiverUnited States Military AcademyHealth resortsTobacco--MarketingWebster, Daniel,Tucker, St. George,Crockett, Davy,Brady, Mathew B.,Tolliver familyUniversity of Virginia.--LibraryRelations1790186318261827182818321836183718401842186218631887190619341951199819991153137929.2E487281ocn020120088book18620.97Confederate States of AmericaSpecial orders, no. 292ocn003170056book19060.28Ellis, Thomas HA memorandum of the Ellis familyGenealogy52ocn054277134book18370.95Documents relative to the demand made for his passport22ocn030375638book18321.00Ellis, PowhatanDiscourse of the Hon. Powhattan Ellis, at a public dinner given to him on the 17th of September, in Natchez, with notes by the committee21ocn081626875book1828United StatesLetter from the commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Hon. Powhatan Ellis, on the subject of private land claims. : February 1, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States11ocn030352495mixPoe-Allan-Ellis papersThe collection contains letters, personal records, and financial accounts of John Allan and his business partner Charles Ellis and their families and friends. Includes twenty-nine letters written by Edgar Allan Poe, mostly to his foster father John Allan, and a manuscript page of Poe's "Poetic Principle." Also includes correspondence between Thomas H. Ellis and Edward V. Valentine, letterpress accounts, price lists, and letters sent between London and Richmond concerning the Allan-Ellis business11ocn145410351mix1827Ellis, PowhatanRed Hill (Amherst County, Va.)This letter from R. S. Ellis of Red Hill, near Lynchburg, Virginia, was written to his brother Powhatan Ellis in Washington, D.C., on 4 December 1827. The letter mentions a law suit, politics, and family matters including the health and family of their sister Jane Eubank11ocn065096220book18281.00United StatesLetter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Hon. Powhatan Ellis, on the subject of private land claims11ocn030793101mix1.00Ellis familyPapers of the Ellis familyThe papers of Charles Ellis include: 1809 and 1810 passports, an 1819 deed for Ellis and Allan (tobacco firm), 1824 agreement to dissolve the firm, 1827 appointment as director of Richmond Dock Company; Powhatan Ellis, Mississippi, an 1836 appointment by Andrew Jackson as chargé d'affairs11ocn083792147book1828United StatesIn Senate of the United States, January 15, 1828. : Mr. Ellis, from the Committee on Public Lands, to which was referred the petition of the representatives of William Scott, deceased, with the accompanying documents, made the following report11ocn867635658book1826Address, delivered by the Hon. Powhattan Ellis at a public dinner given to him by the citizens of Vicksburg. Published by the Committee of Arrangement11ocn647951369book1.00University of VirginiaMinutes and papers of the University of Virginia Faculty Library CommitteeThe collection contans a volume of minutes, 1902 Oct.-1906 Oct., of the U.Va. faculty committee for the Library11ocn071010039mix1.00Ellis, PowhatanPowhatan Ellis papers443ocn022481441book18630.95Ellis, Thomas HHon. Powhatan Ellis, of MississippiBiography11ocn029489790mixEllis, PowhatanPapers : of Powhatan EllisHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateThe collection includes letters to Ellis from members of the Cocke, Ellis, Munford, Taliaferro, and Tucker families, some describing the spas at Healing Springs and Warm Springs, Va., St. Paul's Church in Richmond, and the University of Virginia library; correspondence among these families; Ellis's accounts, cancelled checks, and invitations to weddings and dances; George Wythe Munford's accounts; advertising and visiting cards; and an autobiographical sketch of Ellis's Civil War service11ocn709966028book1842Ellis, PowhatanPowhatan Ellis letter to Brantz MayerAutograph letter, signed, from Powhatan Ellis to Brantz Mayer, dated New Orleans, May 23, 1842. Ellis comments on the much-changed attitude of the people of New Orleans "since they have come to a knowledge of the facts in regard to my diplomatic course in Mexico."11ocn647812236mix1.00Stephens, John LLetter to [ ? ] SargeantStephens thanks Sargeant for a favor and discusses a package from the State Department which included a note from Daniel Webster introducing him to Powhatan Ellis, minister to Mexico; mentions being at home, apparently ill; and invites Sargeant to visit11ocn753956646art18870.10Lanman, CharlesEllis, PowhatanBiographyRegisters11ocn038588275book19511.00Isaac, Paul EdwardThe early career of Powhatan Ellis11ocn122611910mixMunford, George WytheThese items consist of records relevant to Munford and his family, in addition to documents which he appears to have obtained while Secretary of the Commonwealth. Several items concern Powhatan Ellis, Charles Ellis, and Thomas H. Ellis. Included are two sermons which appear to be those of the Reverend John Buchanan, rector of St. John's Church, Henrico Parish, 1785-1822, and a history of the Buchanan Springs Quoit Club, which was an influential group of prominent Richmond men who met to socialize and discuss politics and government11ocn052859484art1999Ellis, PowhatanBiography11ocn039858494book19341.00Baker, MiriamThe diplomatic career of Colonel Powhatan Ellis11ocn040736992mix0.10Dameron genealogical papersGenealogy11ocn020019188mix1.00Munford-Ellis familyMunford-Ellis family papersHistoryMilitary historyPersonal narratives ConfederateCorrespondents and persons mentioned include John Allan, John D. Blair, Heros Von Borcke, Alexander Brown, Agnes S.B. Gamble Cabell, R.H. Dabney, John W. Daniel, Charles Ellis, Clement A. Evens, J.B. Floyd, Henry Gannett, Carter Glass, Wade Hampton, R.M.T. Hunter, Andrew Johnson, J.W. Jones, Fitzhugh Lee, G.W.C. Lee, Stephen D. Lee, John Letcher, James Longstreet, W. Gordon McCabe, J.Y. Mason, D.H. Maury, Lucian Minor, John S. Mosby, Edgar Allan Poe, Roger A. Pryor, William Radford, Wyndham Robertson, Thomas Rutherfoord, Edmund Schriver, Philip Slaughter, William Smith, J.B. Tabb, Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, Martin Van Buren, H.A. Wise, Marcus J. Wright, and members of the Allen, Nimmo, Pegram, Talbot, Taylor, Tucker, and Radford families12ocn207132112book1836Ellis, Thomas HThis journal, kept from March to May, 1836, is Ellis's record of the voyage he made from New York to Mexico in order to take his post. Entries are frequent, but not daily, and include descriptions of Ellis's stay in New York and Boston while awaiting passage, events aboard ship, the weather, etc11ocn070810738mix1.00Ellis, PowhatanEllis, Powhatan, papersHistoryArchivesCorrespondence of Powhatan Ellis concerns unpaid debts11ocn156892785art19980.10Ellis, Powhatan11ocn022390597book18320.47Public meeting, of the political friends of Judge Ellis11ocn070981148mix1.00Ellis & Allan Company (Richmond, Va.)Ellis & Allan Company recordsRecords and correspondenceBusiness and personal correspondence, journals, ledgers, daybooks, cashbooks, tobacco books, and other records of the firm known variously as Ellis & Allan Company, Thomas & Charles Ellis, Ellis & Sons, and Thomas and Charles Ellis & Company of Richmond, Va., general merchants and tobacco traders. Includes records of the counterpart firm in London, Allan & Ellis, as well as those of several subsidiary companies organized in Lynchburg and in Amherst County, Va., for the buying and selling of tobacco. Also includes letters from Charles Ellis, Jr., a student at the University of Virginia in the 1830s, describing his activities there; letters from his brother, Thomas H. Ellis, student at the United States Military Academy; and records (1830-1850) of the James River & Kanawha Company, chartered to build a canal from Richmond westward along the James River. Other correspondents include William Bolling, Archibald Cary, John Hartwell Cocke, Powhatan Ellis, Armistead Gordon, J. B. Harrison, Carter Page, John Randolph, Thomas M. Randolph, and St. George Tucker. Among names found in the ledgers are those of Peter Francisco, James Monroe, Spencer Roane, and William Wickham11ocn761325140mix1.00Smith, Francis HAutograph album of Francis H. SmithAutographsSmith's album was signed by professor Gessner Harrison (in Greek) and fellow students John D. Pennybacker, R. G. H. Kean, Fleming Saunders, Powhatan Ellis, Jr., Richard Shelton Ellis, Jr., Richard T. Davis, James M. Huston, George B. Hunter, John L. Williams, and James Pleasants11ocn025066578mix18400.47Crockett, John MPapersContains two letters from John M. Crockett (Davy Crockett's son) to Sec. of State John Forsyth, asking for the state's help in investigating the rumor about his father being alive in Mexico. Also, a copy of a letter pub. in the Austin City Gazette from William C. White who claims to have met Davy Crockett in a silver mine in Mexico. A third letter is from Powhatan Ellis to John Crockett, denouncing the rumors of his father's existence after the Alamo. All items dated 1840Fri Mar 21 15:07:15 EDT 2014batch18134