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Various correspondence relating to the law practice of William P. Preston, 1834-1851, and undated

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Summary:Various correspondence relating to the law practice of William P. Preston. Documents include: note written in German from Julius Richter[?], April 1834; letter written in German to Fraulein Smith from [?], March 24, 1836; letter to Samuel B. Hugo from [?], March 10, 1843; letter to Cowell from S. Marble, May 26, 1844; letter to J. B. da Camara, consular agent of Portugal, from DeFigamien, November 5, 1845; letter to Mary A. Carroll from [?], June 2, 1850; letter to Major George H. Crosman, US Army, from Thomas S. Jesup, Quartermaster General, relating to an order for Brevet Major J. B. Scott at Fort Washington, March 8, 1851; list of deeds dating from 1721 to 1743 for a property in England; undated ruling in the case of Stewart vs. the State; undated, unsigned draft of contract involving Chesapeake Bank.
Creator:Marble, S.
DeFigamien
Jesup, Thomas S.
Richter, Julius
Century:1801-1900
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Place of origin – Region:District of Columbia
Washington
New York
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Place of origin – Settlement:Buffalo
York
Deer Park
Temporal subject: 1701-1800
1801-1900
Topical subjects: Preston, William P. -- Correspondence
Genre:Letters
ArchivesUM location:Preston Family papers
  • series 2
  • box 5
  • folder 14
  • accession 72-12
Repository:Historical Manuscripts
Browse terms:Economics, Business, Commerce, Labor
Education
Government, Law, Politics
Personal and Family Lives
Religion
War, Military
Women's Studies
Copyright holder:Public domain
Collection:Digital Collections
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