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William Edmond personal and family papers, 1773-1893.

Author: William Edmond; John Chandler; Booth family.; Sanford family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Primarily letters written by Edmond, mostly to his wife and brother, while he was serving in Congress from 1797-1801. A graduate of Yale, Edmond was a lawyer in Newtown, Connecticut. His letters describe strained relations with France, the defeat of Bonaparte, a duel, the theater, and a presidential ball. He also gives ample advice to his wife on her spiritual and physical health. His papers also contain legal notes  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Edmond; John Chandler; Booth family.; Sanford family.
OCLC Number: 75183517
Notes: Only portions of this collection have been digitized. Please visit the library to view the entire collection.
Target Audience: Connecticut History Online.
Description: 2.5 linear feet (1/2 box)

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Primarily letters written by Edmond, mostly to his wife and brother, while he was serving in Congress from 1797-1801. A graduate of Yale, Edmond was a lawyer in Newtown, Connecticut. His letters describe strained relations with France, the defeat of Bonaparte, a duel, the theater, and a presidential ball. He also gives ample advice to his wife on her spiritual and physical health. His papers also contain legal notes from cases he took, deeds, a journal page written while in Congress, and a statement of his injury in the Revolutionary War. Family papers include deeds for land in Newtown bought and sold by John Chandler, Edmond's father-in-law, and correspondence, receipts, notes on births, marriages and deaths, and assorted documents relating to the Booth and Curtis families, his daughter and granddaughter respectively.

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