The Resource TO THE FREEHOLDERS OF THE DISTRICT OF FAIRFAX, LONDOUN, AND PRINCE-WILLIAM, 1795, relates to Lee's desire to develop land while serving as a member of the House of Representatives from Virginia

TO THE FREEHOLDERS OF THE DISTRICT OF FAIRFAX, LONDOUN, AND PRINCE-WILLIAM, 1795, relates to Lee's desire to develop land while serving as a member of the House of Representatives from Virginia

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1815-1820
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1815-1820
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Language
eng
Summary
These five letters from John Augustine Smith, Williamsburg, Virginia, to Richard Bland Lee, Washington, D.C., October 30, 1815 to June 5, 1820, concern land owned by the Virginia Company in Richmond, Virginia. Smith was serving as an agent for Lee in regards to the land's possible disposition
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Biographical or historical data
John Augustine Smith (1782-1865) was a physician. He was serving as president of the College of William and Mary in Virginia at the time these letters were written. Richard Bland Lee (1761-1827) was a Virginia planter and had served as a Congressman from 1789-1795.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Letters
Label
TO THE FREEHOLDERS OF THE DISTRICT OF FAIRFAX, LONDOUN, AND PRINCE-WILLIAM, 1795, relates to Lee's desire to develop land while serving as a member of the House of Representatives from Virginia
Note
TO THE FREEHOLDERS OF THE DISTRICT OF FAIRFAX, LONDOUN, AND PRINCE-WILLIAM, 1795, relates to Lee's desire to develop land while serving as a member of the House of Representatives from Virginia
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Chronological.
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  • The Library of Virginia
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12
Immediate source of acquisition
Rose, Craig W.
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000491727
Type of unit
pages.

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