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Correspondence of James Lawrence Cabell 1829-1863.

Author: J L Cabell; William Frederick Steuart; Joseph C Cabell
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence with his uncle, Joseph C. Cabell, during the period of Cabell's pre-medical and medical studies at the University of Virginia, the Baltimore Alms-house, and in Paris, containing observations on student life, expenses, national politics, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and travel between Princeton and Philadelphia. Persons named include Eliza Cabell, Nancy Carrington,
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Named Person: J L Cabell; George Blaettermann; Charles Bonnycastle; William Brent; Eliza Cabell; Nancy Carrington; John Hartwell Cocke; Robley Dunglison; Thomas Addis Emmet; Francis Walker Gilmer; Andrew Jackson; Chapman Johnson; St George Randolph; Thomas Jefferson Randolph; Conway Robinson; Alexander M Sheppard; James P Tyler; Martin Van Buren; Daniel Webster; William Wertenbaker
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J L Cabell; William Frederick Steuart; Joseph C Cabell
OCLC Number: 647962275
Description: 89 items.

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Correspondence with his uncle, Joseph C. Cabell, during the period of Cabell's pre-medical and medical studies at the University of Virginia, the Baltimore Alms-house, and in Paris, containing observations on student life, expenses, national politics, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and travel between Princeton and Philadelphia. Persons named include Eliza Cabell, Nancy Carrington, Charles Bonnycastle, George Blaetterman, Robley Dunglison, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, William Wertenbaker, William Brent, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Emmett, John Hartwell Cocke, Conway Robinson, Francis Walker Gilmer, St. George Randolph, Martin Van Buren, Daniel Webster, Alexander M. Sheppard, James P. Tyler, and Chapman Johnson.

Of interest is a letter dated 1863, Apr. 19 to W.F. Steuart regarding an assignment as surgeon at the Confederate Hospital in Charlottesville.

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