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Letters, 1801-1813.

Author: John Randolph
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This Accession consists of two letters. One, to St. George Tucker in 1801, refers to a favorable ruling on inheritance. The second, to Charles Fenton Mercer in 1813, refers to Randolph's dishearted state caused by the death of an admired female friend.
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Genre/Form: Engravings
Letters
Personal papers
Portraits
Transcripts
Named Person: Charles Fenton Mercer; St George Tucker; Randolph family.; Charles Fenton Mercer; Randolph family.; St George Tucker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Randolph
OCLC Number: 122654062
Reproduction Notes: typed transcripts.
Description: 4 p. and 6 leaves in : Bound v.
Other Titles: Personal papers collection;
26526.

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This Accession consists of two letters. One, to St. George Tucker in 1801, refers to a favorable ruling on inheritance. The second, to Charles Fenton Mercer in 1813, refers to Randolph's dishearted state caused by the death of an admired female friend.

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