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Collection, 1791-1845.

Author: Horatio BridgeIsaac ChaunceyOliver Hazard PerryHugh L CampbellDavid PorterAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection consists of letters gathered by Paymaster General Horatio Bridge. The letters are chiefly correspondence to and from several Secretaries of the Navy. In the second series are an 1823 certificate of guardianship of Stephen Borders signed by the Governor of Georgia; an 1814 letter to President James Madison concerning Lieutenant William S. Cox, signed by Richard Dale and several Navy officers; letters  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Records and correspondence
Sources
Correspondence
Named Person: Paul Hamilton; William Jones; Benjamin Williams Crowninshield; Smith Thompson; Levi Woodbury; Mahlon Dickerson; George Bancroft; George Bancroft; Benjamin Williams Crowninshield; Mahlon Dickerson; Paul Hamilton; William Jones; Smith Thompson; Levi Woodbury
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Horatio Bridge; Isaac Chauncey; Oliver Hazard Perry; Hugh L Campbell; David Porter; Thomas Macdonough; Thomas Ap Catesby Jones; Matthew Calbraith Perry
OCLC Number: 53004057
Description: 0.5 cubic ft.

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This collection consists of letters gathered by Paymaster General Horatio Bridge. The letters are chiefly correspondence to and from several Secretaries of the Navy. In the second series are an 1823 certificate of guardianship of Stephen Borders signed by the Governor of Georgia; an 1814 letter to President James Madison concerning Lieutenant William S. Cox, signed by Richard Dale and several Navy officers; letters from the Mayor and City Council of Savannah and petitions from the District of Maine seeking protection during the War of 1812.

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