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Guidebook to the James Russell correspondence in the Coutts & Company Papers in the Great Britain National Register of Archives 1956.

Author: Fendell familyGalloway familyJenifer familyJohns familyWarfield familyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The guidebook, compiled in 1956 by the Historical Manuscripts Commission of the Great Britain National Register of Archives, outlines the 18th century business correspondence of James Russell, a London merchant. The correspondence [not extant] is mostly with agents and firms in Maryland and Virginia concerning tobacco and wheat cargoes.
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Named Person: Richard Henry Lee; Thomas Sim Lee; George Plater; James Russell
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Fendell family; Galloway family; Jenifer family; Johns family; Warfield family; Washington family; Great Britain. National Register of Archives. Historical Manuscripts Commission.
OCLC Number: 647845219
Description: 1 v.

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The guidebook, compiled in 1956 by the Historical Manuscripts Commission of the Great Britain National Register of Archives, outlines the 18th century business correspondence of James Russell, a London merchant. The correspondence [not extant] is mostly with agents and firms in Maryland and Virginia concerning tobacco and wheat cargoes.

People mentioned include Thomas Sim Lee, the Virginia Statesman who helped frame the Declaration of Independence. Corrspondents also include members of these Maryland and Virginia families: Fendell, Galloway, Jenifer, Johns, Warfield and Washington.

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