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Papers of the Nourse family 1768-1904.

Author: John AdamsJohn Quincy AdamsRobert CarterHenry ClayCharles Josephus NourseAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The papers of Joseph, James and Charles J. Nourse contain copies of a letter, 1828 Aug. 26, John Quincy Adams to Charles Josephus Nourse of the War Department regarding courts- martial of three officers, a poem by Adams, an invitation from John Adams, a letter from Henry Clay recommending William Jordan Graves, and a note re a visit to Philadelphia.
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Genre/Form: Account books
Commonplace books
Diaries
Inventories
Invitations
Journals (Accounts)
Land grants
Named Person: W J Graves; James Nourse
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Adams; John Quincy Adams; Robert Carter; Henry Clay; Charles Josephus Nourse; James Nourse; Joseph Nourse
OCLC Number: 647899097
Description: 16 items.
Other Titles: Nourse family papers.
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The papers of Joseph, James and Charles J. Nourse contain copies of a letter, 1828 Aug. 26, John Quincy Adams to Charles Josephus Nourse of the War Department regarding courts- martial of three officers, a poem by Adams, an invitation from John Adams, a letter from Henry Clay recommending William Jordan Graves, and a note re a visit to Philadelphia.

Other papers include: a military service record of Charles J. Nourse; 1768 notebook of James Nourse containing real estate notes, inventories, and reasons for emigration; 5 volumes of Joseph Nourse as follow: a journal, 1786-1790, relating to his business as a treasury official, domestic affairs, readings, and reflections; a domestic account book; a register of accounts from the Register's Office of the Treasury Dept. with copies of Congressional acts regarding ships and trade later reused as a scrapbook; a commonplace book and diary, 1792-1839, chiefly of religious sentiments; and a letter and account book, 1822, 1832-35, with some official letters, but chiefly personal.

There are also two English indentures, 1805, regarding the settlement of James Nourse's estate, and a copy of 1724 Northern Neck land patent signed by Robert Carter.

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