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- Papers, 1794-1841, of David Watson (1773-1830) of Louisa County, Virginia, consisting of letters to Watson during his student years at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, tuition receipts, and letters addressed to David Watson in Louisa County. Also included are some letters addressed to David Watson's son Thomas S. Watson, while at the College of William & Mary, and later at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Correspondents include: C.H. Harrison, Elijah Hutchinson, R. Lewis, Garrett Minor, John W. Tomlin, John Weylie, and David Yancey. Includes an oration published by the Tau Chi Society at William & Mary in 1840
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- David Watson (1773-1830), a graduate from the College of William & Mary, and a resident of Louisa County, was a member of the Virginia General Assembly, 1822 to 1829.
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