Papers, 1781/1801.


Glen, Henry, 1739-1814. Papers, 1781/1801.

Papers, 1781/1801.

The Henry Glen Papers consist of fifteen letters written to Mr. Glen over a period of twenty years by family members and business acquaintences. All but one of the letters was written while Glen was a representative in Congress. Nine of the letters date between February 1795 and February 1796, including five discussing the Jay Treaty, from its arrival in Philadelphia through ratification and the ensuing political turmoil. Three additional letters discuss troop supply in northwestern New York.

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