Letters : concerning the Hay family, 1809-1830. (Archival material, 1809) [WorldCat.org]
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Letters : concerning the Hay family, 1809-1830.

Author: James Monroe; Eliza Monroe Hay; George Hay; John Francis Mercer; Samuel Ringgold
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Monroe writes to George Hay about James Madison and Albert Gallatin visiting Thomas Jefferson, his displeasure with government policy, and contemplates re-entering national politics, 1809; expresses concern for Eliza's health, and mentions selling a slave, 1810; making arrangements for his brother, Joseph Monroe, to move to another farm, 1826; health of Eliza, his wife Elizabeth, and himself, 1830; sends copy of
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Genre/Form: Affidavits
Letters
Named Person: Eliza Monroe Hay; George Hay; Hortensia Hay; Thomas Jefferson; Elizabeth Monroe; James Monroe; Joseph Jones Monroe; Nicholas Rogers; Hayes family.; Monroe family.; George Hay; Hayes family.; Thomas Jefferson; Elizabeth Monroe; Monroe family.; James Monroe; Nicholas Rogers
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Monroe; Eliza Monroe Hay; George Hay; John Francis Mercer; Samuel Ringgold
OCLC Number: 30820444
Notes: In the collections of the James Monroe Museum & Memorial Library, Fredericksburg, Va.
Reproduction Notes: Copies.
Description: 15 items.

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Monroe writes to George Hay about James Madison and Albert Gallatin visiting Thomas Jefferson, his displeasure with government policy, and contemplates re-entering national politics, 1809; expresses concern for Eliza's health, and mentions selling a slave, 1810; making arrangements for his brother, Joseph Monroe, to move to another farm, 1826; health of Eliza, his wife Elizabeth, and himself, 1830; sends copy of reply to attacks by his political enemies and concern for Eliza's health, 1816.

Monroe writes to Eliza about everyone's health, n.d.; concern for her health, 1809; illness of Maria Gouverneur's child, 1821; illness of Hortensia Hay, 1821; advice on drawing up a deed, and dispute between the Hays and their son-in-law Nicholas Rogers, 1830; and concern for Eliza and George's health, 1830.

Monroe writes to Samuel Ringgold that Hortensia Hay is recovering at Ringgold farm, 1821. Monroe signs an affidavit stating that George Hay is unable to travel because of injuries from falling off his horse, 1830. George Hay writes to Monroe reporting that Joseph Monroe has gone to Baltimore to marry, 1819. Hay writes to John F. Mercer about James and Elizabeth Monroe's confinement in bed with colds and fever, 1829.

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