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Correspondence, 1813-1821.

Author: William Turnbull; George Turnbull
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, 1813-1821, consisting of about 28 letters from William and George Turnbull to their sister Ann, with a few letters to their other sisters. Many are written from New York while Ann was away on visits, and discuss gossip and social life in New York. A letter from William Turnbull, dated March 1, 1818, discusses the election of Cadwallader D. Colden as Mayor of New York, and comments "Mrs. Colden will  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Ann Turnbull; Cadwallader D Colden
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Turnbull; George Turnbull
OCLC Number: 58773266
Description: 1 volumes

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Correspondence, 1813-1821, consisting of about 28 letters from William and George Turnbull to their sister Ann, with a few letters to their other sisters. Many are written from New York while Ann was away on visits, and discuss gossip and social life in New York. A letter from William Turnbull, dated March 1, 1818, discusses the election of Cadwallader D. Colden as Mayor of New York, and comments "Mrs. Colden will become quite grand." Other letters are written while the brothers were abroad on business. George Turnbull writes one letter from London in 1818, and William Turnbull writes from Gibraltar and Smyrna in 1817, and in 1820-1821. Some letters are written on shipboard, on the brig Aid in 1817, and the brig Minerva in 1820-1821. George Turnbull accompanied William on the second voyage, and there is a letter from him written aboard the Minerva. William Turnbull writes a letter from Smyrna, dated September 1, 1821, describing conditions there after the outbreak of the Greek War of Independence.

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